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Mardi Duggan Drebing
Rosanne Brody Raab presented an exhibition and paper entitled Earl Pardon: Palette Master in Memphis, TN, at the annual conference of the Society of North American Goldsmiths in June. Pardon joined the Skidmore art faculty in 1951 and served as chair from 1968 to 1977. If you are interested in an exhibition catalogue, contact Ronnie at rosraab@
Tracy Guthrie reports that Texas finally has rain. The tanks are full, the creeks are running, and the grass is growing. “All is good,” she says.
BA Kalteux Callanan had a horrendous fall last November and is recovering well after brain surgery to clear up a hematoma. She says her life is now getting back to normal, and she’s driving her car again.
Ginny Stevenson Kingsley spent 11 days in Jordan and Israel on a pilgrimage with the Society for Biblical Studies. She sees Nancy Barrett Eadie periodically and is grateful that she is cancer-free.
Sue Warren Campbell played bridge and brushed up on her canasta skills this winter. She traveled to Providence, RI, last July for a Take Off Pounds Sensibly convention, visited her son’s and daughter’s families in Plymouth, and took a cruise around Cape Cod. She will be in Schroon Lake, NY, for a lymphoma and leukemia marathon that her son will run in for the second year. She says she seems to be traveling more with Doug gone, learning to enjoy her freedom and be independent as a widow.
Shirley “Squirrel” Clark Witkop, whose death was noted in the spring Scope, was always a great addition to our get-togethers. We missed her at our 50th reunion. At our 45th, the class had dinner at the old Furness House, which was then owned and operated by her daughter