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Barbara Crossman Bell
Physician Jan Brydon’s daughter Elissa Nadworny ’10 has completed her freshman year at Skidmore, where she enjoyed the Honors Forum and first-year seminar. In fact, the subject of her seminar, “German Cinema,” was so interesting it convinced Elissa to visit Berlin in May.
Mary Ann McKay married Ed Pease in July. Mary Ann’s son Eddie will be a senior at Syracuse University this fall, majoring in television, radio, and film; son Chris will be a high-school junior. Karleen Erhardt ’69 visited Mary Ann and Ed on Long Island last April, and they returned the visit in San Mateo, CA, in October. The couple also stayed with Karolynn Siegel ’71 in Riverdale, CA.
Margery Mellman sent notices of Jean Feinberg’s Constructions show at the Beth Urdang Gallery in Boston this past spring, and Betsy Mallory MacDermid’s artist talk at the Paesaggio Fine Art gallery in Hartford, CT, in January.
Our class agent Jane Roberts Alpert is active also with Tufts University as an alumni parent; husband Mark is president-elect of the Tufts alumni association. This past spring the Alperts helped kick off the Tufts International Campaign with a cocktail party at the National Portrait Gallery in London, then extended their trip to visit Scotland. Daughter Lauren is pursuing her master’s at the London School of Economics.
While returning to her 40th high-school reunion in Newton, MA, Vicary Clark Thomas got together with Sandy Gross Bressler and Jennifer Walter King at Jennifer’s home in Chestnut Hill. They were joined by Ross House alums Carter Coates Donovan and Kate Stephenson Taylor. Vicary says, “We continue to treasure our longtime friendships.”
Ellin Kaknes Spenser plans to treat herself to a weekend at the Broadmoor Spa in Colorado Springs, CO, when older son Rob graduates from Colorado College this fall. Son Tim finished his first year at Sarah Lawrence and will spend a semester at a National Outdoor Leadership School before continuing with his sophomore year. Ellen says life on Bainbridge Island is good.
We extend our condolences to Jane Cady Haley, whose mother, Patricia, passed away in March.
I am married to a very efficient man who tosses away “junk mail”—and in this case he inadvertently threw away a couple of your postcards in April. If you don’t see your news here, please resend it.