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Dorothy Kanrich Sandford
Kathy Cole-Kelly’s favorite destination is NYC, where she can see both of her kids in one shot. Son Adam lives there with wife Alison; daughter Emily ’99 lives in Brooklyn with boyfriend Nathan. Adam is a television comedy writer. Emily, director of events for the Battery Conservancy, developing Battery Park, is glad to provide a personal tour; contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kathy loves teaching at Case School of Medicine. She tries to balance work with daily runs, bikes, or swims. On weekends she usually commutes to Rochester, NY, to see partner Tom Campbell.
Judy Shapiro Yogman and husband Bob enjoyed the snow this winter at their Vermont home. Judy got elected to the board of their Boston condo and is busy trying to balance the books, keep the building in shape, and deal with disgruntled owners. She was planning on coming to Reunion to reconnect with many old friends.
Niki Holbrook Sabbath is in her sixth year as a technology resource teacher in Loudoun County, near Washington, DC. She enjoys working with elementary-school children. In her free time she takes piano lessons and Jazzercise classes. Daughter Jessica was married last summer and lives in Richmond, VA. She is special projects editor for Virginia Business magazine. Daughter Stephanie is a legal assistant at Ernst and Young in Baltimore and plans on entering law school next year. Niki and husband Larry are celebrating his 60th birthday with a trip to the Galápagos Islands in August. They were inspired by a South African safari two years ago. Niki and Katy Kramer caught up in December. Katy teaches writing at Southern New Hampshire University and the University of New Hampshire. She continues giving voice lessons and gives recitals occasionally. Niki was looking forward to seeing everyone at Reunion.
Although she transferred from Skidmore her sophomore year, Suellen Jacobs Diamond Schaffzin has had fun getting to know everyone again at reunions. She also enjoyed her 50th high-school reunion last year. She and her husband of three years, Ed, visit each other’s grandchildren whenever they can. His five are young and live in the NYC area; her two are teens and live near Dallas.
After 20 years Stephanie Kline Jager retired as head of children’s services at the Harborfields Public Library. She and her husband are relocating to Viera, FL, and plan to enjoy an exciting retirement.
Nancy Reid wrote to correct an error. She has opened a small gallery (not a shopping-mall gallery) located in a 19th-century converted timberframe barn in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.
Cynthia David retired after working 21 years at MD Anderson Cancer Center, which allows her more time with daughters Emily, 12, and Annie, 10. She will move to Seattle, WA, where husband Eli has taken a job at the University of Washington Medical Center and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.
Last June Barbara Kennedy McCarthy, Margy Straley Kirsch, Cathy Dunn Sullivan, and Jane Johnson came to Athene Landis Anderson’s Seattle home for a great weekend mini-reunion. They had a ball visiting the Dale Chihuly Glass Museum and all the Seattle sites. Camille Briggs Wells couldn’t make it and was missed by the rest. Sadly, Barbara died in February after fighting breast cancer for 13 years. The class sends condolences to her family.