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255 Sixth Ave.
New York, NY 10014
In September 1999, Elaine
Allen was appointed professor of mathematics and statistics at Babson College
in Wellesley, CA. She continues to consult in the biotech and healthcare areas
through her consulting company, MetaWorks.
Marsha Bayly Schoene
teaches elementary special education in Seattle. Son Tyson, 23, is in Seattle;
son Blair, 21, graduated Phi Beta Kappa with high honors in geology from Colorado
College in May 1999 and now teaches geology there; Peter, 16, is a high-school
junior, who plays soccer year round, as does daughter Katie, 13, a high-school
Fredie Bishoff Halvorsen
completed a masters in education from the University of Colorado in July
1999 and is now director of a brand new preschool. She and husband Rich have three
children Josh, 17, Rebekah, 15, and Jonathan, 11 and live in Denver.
Jane Cady Haley
and husband Peter have been in the Greenwich, CT, area for 12 years, after three
years in Tokyo. Jane keeps busy with children Betsy, a senior at Princeton, Meg,
a first-year student at Boston College, and Pete, a third grader. She also does
volunteer work, golfs, and plays tennis.
Ann Diller has been
living in Saratoga Springs since she graduated from the University of Southern
California in 1977 with an M.S.W. Her private psychotherapy practice passed its
14th anniversary. For fun, Ann plays tennis, travels, and is learning to weave.
Melissa Eichler Stephenson
enjoys her visits to campus three decades after graduation to see daughter Hannah
Jean Fei is a member
of the NAACP of Saratoga County and president of Saratogians for the Equality
and Acceptance of Diversity.
Alice Flax Avigal
is a registered music therapist in San Diego, CA. Her daughter, 22, is a junior
at Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.
Although Laurie Hamilton
has a general psychology practice, she does most of her work in treating traumatic
stress. She trains mental-health professionals in critical-incident debriefing
and is the Red Cross disaster mental-health coordinator and trainer for western
North Carolina, where she and her family have lived since 1991. Husband Jack has
a busy tax law practice. Their sons are both at UNC-Chapel Hill, Jake in his first
year of medical school and Will in his junior year, majoring in medical anthropology
Judith Joslin Mariano
looks forward to retiring from teaching high-school art and pursuing other interests.
Daughter Meghan will graduate from Ohio State University in August to pursue a
career in sports management. Son Matt survived his plebe year at the U.S. Naval
Academy and is enjoying his second year as an engineering major. Husband Pete
began a new venture managing a golf course.
Lanie Lippincott Peterson
moved for the fourth time in five years, this time to Vancouver, WA, just north
of Portland. Husband Larry is city editor of the Columbian. Lindsay, 11,
is in sixth grade, gets too much homework, and is training on a gymnastics team.
Lanie writes on architecture for the Seattle Times magazine in addition
to being Lindsays chauffeur and cheerleader.
Barbara Lydecker Crane
juggles two careers administrator, as co-director of Lexington Communication
Education, and artist, making, exhibiting, and selling landscape quilts. One of
her quilts was on the cover of The World, the journal of the Unitarian-Universalist
Association, and another is in Fiberarts Design Book 6. Barbara also gives
slide lectures and teaches workshops. Daughter Sarah is considering Skidmore,
and Elizabeth is a science teacher at the Fieldston School.
Mary Ann McKay is
contracts manager for Netscape Communications, a new subsidiary of America Online.
Mary Ann and Marcia Huntoon Kelley had a brief fun reunion in Leesburg,
VA, in October, when Mary Ann was visiting on a business trip to AOL headquarters.
Susan Necarsulmer Goldsmith
hopes to see us all at our big reunion in June. She is in her fifth year teaching
at Greenwich Country Day School in Greenwich, CT. Last summer, she visited Lucia
Berger West in northern Michigan, with lots of talk and laughter, and recently
had a visit from Cheryl Rogers Green and husband Bob, when they stayed
overnight with her.
Last fall, Jondra Nolan
exhibited Reflections in the hallway at Art Resources Transfer in NYCs
Alice Phillips Zelkha
lives in Palo Alto, CA, with husband Eli and children Darius, a recent graduate
of Oberlin, Jeremy, 18, and Chloe, 8. Alice is a registered labor and delivery
nurse at a local hospital.
After a year in England,
Marjorie Russell Peff returned to Rhode Island. Son Robert Peff
99 was an art major, daughter Laura Peff 01 is in her junior
year at Skidmore, and son Alex is a senior at Green Mountain College. Marjorie
and Peter have a new arrival of the four-legged variety.
JoAnne St. Mary Foster,
who lives in Stafford, VA, got married again in 1996. "Threes a charm,"
she says. "This husband is wonderful!" Hes a retired Army colonel,
now a project manager for SY Technologies. Son Robert graduated from the U.S.
Military Academy at West Point and is now an Army lieutenant. JoAnne bought a
horse last year a continual challenge and constant source of joy, but she
no longer has time for volunteer work as a master gardener. She still enjoys annual
vacations in Virgin Gorda.
Carolyn Schatz is
associate producer in the science unit headed by correspondent Robert Bazell at
NBC. She works from her home office in Winchester, MA. "I was researcher
for his book that came out last fall, whose title I will shorten for the sake
of brevity to Her-2, " says Carolyn. "Its about herceptin,
a therapy for breast cancer. I still hope to put my masters degree from
Harvard to use at some point." She has spoken with Barbara Cushing Schultz
and visited with Betty Gelburd Gass.
Pam Schick Kelsey
is at work planning our 30th reunion with Jan Johnstone, Carol Hammer,
and Candice Tasman Varley. Pam served on the inauguration committee for
President Studley for nine months and, therefore, was pretty close to the backstage
workings of the event. As alumna trustee and reunion planner, shes on campus
"all the time." Last fall, Pam ran into Wendy Berman Bloom at
the Rhode Island School of Design parents weekend.
Judy Strohmeier Reece
lives in Brookline, MA, with husband of 22 years Brooks and sons Brooks, 17,
and Nick, 15, who attend Noble and Greenough School. Having trained for a year
at the Carroll School in the Orton Gilligham method for teaching dyslexic learners,
Judy now enjoys tutoring language arts to elementary-school students.
Gretchen Traas Spencer
is head of the lower school at St. Patricks Episcopal Day School in Washington,
DC. After 20 years in the classroom, she says, "Its quite a switch.
Im enjoying the challenges. There is at least one parent I know who graduated
from Skidmore." Husband Bailey works for SAP America, a software company.
Daughter Sarah is steeped in the college search and will graduate from Georgetown
Day School this year. She loved Skidmore but is leaning toward a bigger school
such as the University of Virginia.
Elizabeth Tuchols Colby
retired from teaching art on Dec. 12, 1992 (Im fascinated by her recitation
of that exact date), and now spends a lot of time traveling, playing bridge, and
golfing. She has 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Elizabeth says its
has been wonderful watching them grow up and taking them to museums, theater,
and amusement parks.
Condolences to Lynn
Doe Shipway, whose mother, Marty Lynn Doe 45, died last August.
Candace Keeler Krop
1629 Godfrey Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
is advertising director at Horticulture magazine, where Tom Cooper
76 is editor.
While cleaning out closets
for a yard sale, Vini Norris Exton came upon a 1978 issue of Mademoiselle
magazine containing an interview with her when she worked for the National Outdoor
Leadership School, as well as a full-page Rossignol ad featuring Holly Harman.
"Boy," says Vini, "did we look young!"
Janet Lee Beach
had dinner with MB McDonald in San Francisco. They had a great time, as
usual. Both women are consultingJanet is managing partner for U.S. Marketing
Services, and MB consults in technology and organizational change.
Sue Anne Steffey Morrow
visited Skidmore with her oldest child and was impressed with the College, the
students they met, the classes they attended, and with Saratoga Springs"all
changes for the better," says Sue Anne.
Nicole Visconsi Mawbys
kids are growing up and leaving the nest. Daughter Idie, 26, lives and works in
Ketchum, ID; son Tony, 24, spent last summer working in Nantucket; daughter Tommie,
21, is a senior at the University of Dayton; and Claire, 15, is a high-school
sophomore. Nicole still ballroom dances and recently started rehabbing a 60-year-old
house for resale. She is looking for studio space to return to her artbatik
10419 Cable Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63131
Betty Smith Crawford
would love to hear from Karen, Diana, Astrid, and Marty "my very best
wild and crazy friends for four fabulous years," she says.
30 Owen Ave.
Queensbury, NY 12804
Joan Carey and husband
Andy Baron are adjusting to their empty nest by walking, biking, kayaking, and
skiing. Son Andy is a junior at Middlebury College, and daughter Sara is a freshman
at Dartmouth College.
Eugenia Harper Jones
researches human papillovirus in college-aged women and enjoys the hours that
nursing research allows her to spend with her family. Josie is in seventh grade,
Jessica is in third, and husband Tony, says Eugenia, "is living the dream
of his life surrounded by women!"
president of the Staten Island Symphony and associate provost of Wagner College,
was named president and CEO of Snug Harbor Cultural Center and is the first Islander
to hold the position. She assumed her post in November. Susan is also a member
of the board of State Island Academy and is chair of the education and strategic
planning committees at the school.
150 Main Street
Wellsboro, PA 16901
Kathleen Biggie Peterss
daughter, Jennifer, got married last May. She and husband Steven are students
at Purdue University.
Patti Brennan and
family had a great time at Reunion and then enjoyed a trip to England. Patti has
opened her own law office in West Chester, PA, and focuses on family law, estate
planning, and divorce and custody mediation.
Meg Brinster Michaels
oldest daughter, Alexis, is a sophomore at Barnard. She rides competitively and
has qualified to ride in the Marshall and Sterling Class at the Washington International
Horse Show. Katie is a junior at Stuart Country Day and is looking at colleges,
and Caroline is in first grade.
Lynne Catero Weinlandts
whole family enjoyed being at Skidmore for Reunion in June "especially
the kids," says Lynne, "who loved all the special events planned for
Ella Crow was appointed
walks and workshops coordinator for Mt. Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene, OR, and also
serves as education program assistant.
Brad and Robin
Friedman Klatt 76 live in Livingston, NJ. Their oldest of four, Sam,
is a freshman at Johns Hopkins. Brad is a partner at Roseland Property Company.
Since her familys
move in 1995 from Philadelphia to Baltimore, Susan Doran Weitzmann left
teaching to spend more time with her family. She volunteers a lot at the Friends
School of Baltimore where children Peter, 13, and Leigh, 10, attend. Kerry
Crist and daughter Allison toured Williamsburg with Susan and kids in June.
Susan also keeps in touch with Sally Remick Colacicco and Debbie Bottomley
Nelson and has enjoyed watching their children grow.
On Jan. 1, Judith Ferrell
OShea of Elmira was sworn in as a New York State Supreme Court justice
in the 12-county sixth judicial district. Elected to a 14-year term, she is the
first female justice in the sixth district.
is working on two commissioned folding screens while trying to cut back hours
as a case manager at Orick Herrington.
Margie Larkin Hutchison
has a boarding and training facility for horses in Valatie, NY, just south of
Albany. She competes in combined training and enjoys every minute. Her PE roommate
and best friend, Paula Voight Jause, is nearby, and Paulas daughter,
Beth Anne, rides with Margie.
Laura Lasker was
proud to bring son Ryan, 17, to Skidmore last summer for a tour her first
visit in 25 years. "Skidmore has emerged from the all-girls school it was
in my day into a terrific, classy co-ed college that compared extremely favorably
with other colleges we visited. Go Skidmore!" says Laura.
Denise Marcil hosted
the Fairfield alumni club millennium potluck reception at her home on Jan. 16.
James Melville is
president of Melo Company Inc., manufacturers of soft luggage. The business is
doing well, and he has expanded into the European market. After purchasing Oncan
Industries in Syracuse, NY, he has over 70 employees.
Lisa Merrick Munsey
and Brian, married for 26 years, have three sons James, a junior at the
University of South Carolina; Chris, a high-school junior; and Robbie, a sixth
grader. Lisa has stopped teaching but tutors in the elementary school and volunteers
for the public library by reading to children (and encouraging their parents to
read to them) while they wait to see a doctor at the regional hospital. Lisas
parents have moved closer to them on Hilton Head Island, SC, after living most
of their lives on Long Island.
Selma Papperman Suzuki
checked in from the West Coast. She has earned two masters degrees and has
combined her teaching experience (age 2 through adults) with counseling. She is
a family and business therapist, seeing clients for counseling in her private
practice and providing training and consultation in work settings. Shes
also an active community member and a regular on the local TV morning news, addressing
topics related to emotional-skills development and connecting that to breaking
news. Happy and well, Selma loves her home in the Santa Cruz Mountains, 20 minutes
from the Pacific, where husband Kei surfs. Selma would love to hear from others.
Enjoying Saratoga in the
summer, Emily Pavlovic and her fiancé came to watch their horse
run at the Saratoga racetrack. They had a wonderful time watching the races with
Kate Ferris and Vicki Greene Aldrich, even though their horse never
got to run after all!
Sara Pedowitz Streatfeild
missed Reunion because she spent the weekend watching her twins graduate from
college Olivia from Princeton and Jeremy from Bowdoin. When her children
started college, Sara started a real-estate management company in Bergen County,
NJ, specializing in relocation housing. She enjoys the work and has met interesting
Anne Peterson Conolly
enjoyed seeing everyone at Reunion. She continues as dean of students at Albany
Academy, has two children in college and two children in school with her.
daughter, Libby, is a freshman at Rensselaer, and son Joshua takes classes there
and at Hudson Valley Community College to satisfy his high-school requirements.
Larry is in charge of the pesticide monitoring program for the state of New York
Department of Conservation. He remains happily married to Susan, his wife of 21
years, and hed love to hear from classmates.
After 22 years of teaching,
Fran Silbert Hewitt is excited to be teaching elementary art again in her
new position for the Franklin, NH, school district. Daughter Sarah is an active
Tobi Solomon Gold
lives with son Ben Halpern, an eighth-grader, and their two cats in Franklin,
MA. She is a technical training consultant. And Ben loves bowling, traveling,
and N64, naturally.
had a ball at Reunion and hopes to reconnect with Debbie Prudden Lathrop,
Pat Eggers, Pam Ulman Schlussel, and Joy Kasper Tina at our
30th, if not before!
Reunion weekend coincided
with graduations for some families. Meg Tippers son graduated from
high school and is now at Bates. After 18 years in their "starter" home,
Meg and family moved. So with one in college and a new mortgage, early retirement
is no longer an option. Megs new address is: 6216 Pinehurst Road, Baltimore,
Condolences to Teresa
Ernst Waterman, whose mother, Faith Hackwell Ernst 46, died in
114 Cushing Ave.
Boston, MA 02125
Jo-Anne Head is
a Web site developer for AT&T and spends 75 percent of her time doing cold-fusion
programming. Her oldest son, George Whitfield, is a freshman at MIT.
Nellee Higgins Fines
work as an oncology nursing consultant is on hold since her move back to Boston.
Carpooling to hockey and football and caring for her mother are priorities. Nellee
has seen Liz Young King 74 and Cindy Kriesmer Carr 74
and hopes to see more classmates at Reunion.
Elizabeth Rose Stanton
saw Skidmore for the first time in 20 years when she dropped off daughter Penelope
for the summer PASS program. Penelope loved it, and Beth got to "walk down
memory lane." She returned home to prepare for a one-woman show of drawings
and paintings at the Martin-Zambito Fine Art Gallery in Seattle, which ran Sept.
2Oct. 6 and was a great success.
Sarah Scannell Hyde
earned a masters from Antioch College in 1992 and now teaches high-school
and elementary-school English. Sarah, husband David, and daughters Erin,17, and
Kathryn, 14, live in Pownal, ME.
Please call us at 518-580-5600
if you have an address for a "lost" classmate:
Mary Ackerman LaRocca
Andrea Altin Lassak
Beverly Balmos Espinosa
Ronald Lee Barber
Ellen Bauer Forlenza
Gabrielle Canino Wickes
Mary Cellucci Woodbridge
Ronald Lee Ceravolo
Maria DAndrea Wallace
Theresa Doran Jeffcoat
Diane Driggs Mallory
Meredith Herndon Merwin
Patricia Hurley Wieser
Beatrice Johnstone Brooks
Christina So Kung
Anne So Kung
Catherine Af Lanpher
Suzanne Mallet Gardner
Mary Beth Mastrianni
Kim Foster McLeod
Michelle Meyer Aulino
Patricia Nolan Shea
Nimet Pamir Gundogan
Lisa Peck Hanabergh
Margaret Rice Campbell
Margaret Schwalm Lauber
Howard Jay Silverman
Susan Tahmoush Brown
Patricia Wassermann Maguire
Dorothy Welch Wallace
Joy Wilcox Elliott
Lillian Zayas Ruiz
Ingeborg Hegemann Clark
26 Kerrington Way
Stow, MA 01775
owns an export company and travels frequently outside the U.S. Wife Nancy owns
a medical supply business. They live in N. Miami Beach, FL.
Cheryl Beckles attended
the inauguration of President Studley with sister alumnae Angela Alexander
Knight, Bonnie Ashton Brooks, Josie Duckett, and Marsha Levell
81. "We made the weekend a mini-reunion, staying at a wonderful B&B
and finishing the weekend at a day spa!" reports Cheryl.
Newlyweds Lisa Burke
and Wayne Boerem enjoy their new home in Baldwin, NY. Lisa returns to Saratoga
Springs each summer to attend the annual NYS Public Welfare Officials Conference.
Lisa is Nassau County treasurer.
Sue Flanagan enjoyed
having Nancy Andrew Dyer visit her in Washington, DC, while Nancy was working
in the city last year.
Brad 74 and
Robin Friedman Klatt live in Livingston, NJ. Their oldest of four, Sam,
is a freshman at Johns Hopkins. Robin is a fundraiser.
Karen Schwarz Schlansky
started an antiques business, Rose Court Asian Antiques, in 1998 as a result of
her familys travels to China. She lives in Chappaqua, NY, with husband Mitchell,
daughter Dana, 16, and son David, 13.
is senior political analyst, U.S. Embassy, Athens. His work at the embassy was
deeply affected by the war in Kosovo. With 99 percent of the Greek people opposed
to the U.S.-led bombing of Yugoslavia, the embassy became the focus of huge demonstrations
and protest. American claims about "humanitarian bombing" were dismissed
outright. Kosovo restored "anti-Americanism" among Greeks. The familys
latest project has been cleaning one of the family-owned houses on the island
of Patmos. Says Anestis, "Searching piles of ancient stuff, we retrieved
deeds from the early 1800s, 19th-century photographs, and some documents dating
back to the late 1600s. One of the more remarkable findings was a silk Greek flag,
exposed to the elements (all windows of the room where the flag was found are
missing). Remarkably, and after a good wash, the flag is in near perfect condition,
albeit with slightly faded colors and a hole here and there."
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Portland, OR 97229
College of the Redwoods
has a new president, Casey Crabill. At the time she was offered the post
at CR, Casey was serving as the interim president of Gateway Community Technical
College in New Haven, CT. Prior to Gateway, she was a dean and interim president
at Quinebaug Valley Community Technical College in Danielson, CT. Congratulations,
After a few years in St.
Louis, Jennifer Gregory Wehrle is excited to be living back in the Big
Apple. Daughter Eliza is in kindergarten, which allows Jennifer time to look for
Annie Jamison was
recently appointed to the board of directors of the Child and Adolescent Bipolar
Foundation, a new nonprofit organization dedicated to education, support, and
advocacy for children, families, and professionals. Annie co-wrote an article
with her sister that was published in the Bryn Mawr College bulletins spring
99 issue on "Living with a Disability." Annie has juvenile rheumatoid
arthritis, and sister Edie is often her caretaker. The article can be found on
the Web at www.brynmawr.edu/alumnae/bulletin/archives.htm.
No longer a staff accompanist
at Skidmore, Judy Long Avitabile teaches voice at other area colleges
Union and Russell Sage and has a private voice studio. She is also relearning
piano technique by the Dorothy Taubman method.
Ruth Loomis lives
in Los Angeles with husband Josh Silver and daughter Rebecca, 2.
Since 1988, Diane Mastrorocco
has been a Weight Watchers leader and was named Outstanding Leader for the NYC/Long
Sara Maurer and
husband Gregory Johnson announce the birth of Margot Learned on March 22, 1999.
Marilyn Modny Gregory
is still art directing in film but took some time off recently to work on a Designer
Show House in Morristown, NJ, called A Mansion in May. She and a partner designed
a room, and Marilyn painted a few portraits (her side business) to decorate the
Susan Monohan Crua
teaches music in Canajoharie, NY, and is working on a masters in music education
at the College of St. Rose.
Deborah Osman Fieber
is a speech and language pathologist for the Wilton, CT, public schools. Twins
Brian and Gregory are freshman at Williams College, and daughter Sarah Kate is
in the eighth grade. Her youngest, Daniel, is in the fourth grade. Coincidentally,
Sarah Kate is the best of friends with Robin Sanson Shermans daughter.
Robin and husband Howard live in Wilton with their sons, ages 15 and 9, and two
other daughters, ages 11 and 6. Two yellow Labrador retrievers round out the mix.
Robin is a full-time mom.
After living in East Amherst
for 14 years, William and Kathryn Schubert Whyland relocated to Manlius,
NY, for his job as regional sales manager for a waste-management company. Son
Matt is in ninth grade, Liz is in seventh grade, and Meaghan is in fourth grade.
Jenny Sheehan is
a victim advocate at a district attorneys office in Kingston, NH. Husband
Sean McDonnell is head football coach at the University of New Hampshire. Children
Timmy and Tommy are well and love living in a college town.
Congratulations to Pamela
Smith, who married James Tyrrell in Chatham, MA, in June. Nora Berdinella
and Sarah Hibbard Pyle attended the festivities.
Vangelatos is a nurse-practitioner at New York Presbyterian Hospital in an
advanced practice role. She lives in New York with husband Costas and son Spiros.
Cynthia Staats Weed
lives in central New York State and enjoys the nearby Adirondack Mountains. She
began working last year as a preschool teacher a change (and much more
fun, says Cynthia) from junior-high English. Daughter Sarah, 12, is an avid skater,
plays flute, and rides horses, and Colin, 14, is busy with the swim team, marching
band, and Boy Scouts. Husband John is an environmental program manager, working
on his Ph.D. in environmental engineering, and is commander of a Civil Affairs
Army Reserve Unit.
Priscilla Stern Sporl,
a resident of the San Francisco Bay area for 20 years, is a partner in an investment
management firm and stays in touch with Eloise Carriere and Jill Shachat
Congratulations to Millie
Tan, who adopted an 11-month old girl from China in July and named her Eleanor.
She is a real joy, says Millie. Millie is director of marketing at Polaroid and
recently moved to Marlborough, MA, from Chestnut Hill.
Peter Weisman lives
in Bernardsville, NJ, and sells major office and industrial buildings. Twins Matt
and Jordan, 11, are budding athletes Jordan made the all-stars in baseball,
and Matt went to the state wrestling finals.
Condolences to Sarah
Foulke, whose father died in September 1999 of pancreatic cancer.
Loreena Booth Bora writes
that she was recently elected president of the Girl Scouts of Southwestern Connecticut.
In this volunteer position, she leads the board of directors, on which she has
served for four years. She continues at Fleet National Bank as a senior vice president
and team leader in the private clients group. She and husband Doug have two children
Scott, 8, and Libby, 6.
Barbara Haas married
Stephen Kisken on Oct. 17, 1998, in Darien, CT. Barbara has been teaching in Darien
since 1981 and is a special-education teacher at Ox Ridge Elementary School. Stephen
is a pilot with USAirways, and they reside in Stamford, CT.
1245 Arden Rd.
Pasadena, CA 91106
Jim Gluckson is
vice president for communications at Sports Marketing and Television International
in Greenwich, CT. Jim is responsible for all publicity and media relations for
the Breeders Cup Championships and the Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake
Tahoe. He also handles SMTIs corporate communications. Larry Lichtenstein
reports that one of the pleasures of August in Saratoga is the chance to get together
with Jim, who was recently named by the Racing Form as one of the "Ten
Coolest People in Horse Racing."
Andrea Manyon regretted
not being able to attend Reunion but promises to return for the 25th.
Tony Morano started
working for a company that buys and sells computer network hardwarerouters,
hubs, switches, cables. It is one of the more experienced and stable companies
of its kind, having been in existence for 21 years. If you have interest in the
products by virtue of their position in their companies, check out their Web sites
www.cablexpress.com or www.networksnow.comor
e-mail Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tony and wife Leja Kicak have a son,Timothy, 2.
Mary Nelen Whitacre
is in Boston, where she is a reporter for Boston magazine and Mass High
Tech, a weekly trade paper. She also continues to run POP 7, a digital-production
company she started six years ago in New York.
Mary Rech Rockwell
received a Ph.D. in history from SUNY-Buffalo last spring. Her dissertation was
entitled "Elite Women in Buffalo, 1880-1910." Mary is head of the upper
school at Nichols School in Buffalo. She is married and has two sons Rocky,
11, and Charlie, 8.
Condolences to Julie
Hoxsie, whose mother, Katherine Rathbun Hoxsie 40, died July