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Marion Kiep Morrison regretfully has stepped down as class secretary due to health issues. If you are interested in serving in this role, please contact Mary Monigan at the Office of Alumni Affairs and College Events: 800-584-0115.
Edith Marie Switzer Cox is still living in her own home in Pulaski, NY, with the help of two daughters, who live nearby. Edith’s three other children live in the South.
Dorothy Fisher Terner enjoys having two daughters as neighbors in Boulder, CO, where she spends time at a mountain cabin outside of town and takes psychology courses at the University of Colorado. Dorothy, who winters in Florida, would love to return to Saratoga for Reunion in June.
After weathering three hurricanes in the past year in Vero Beach, FL, Jeannette Meads Hoyt’s home suffered some water damage and she had to cancel a planned trip to China. Her son traveled from California to help her out.
Longtime Vermonter Betsy Mack Schneider enjoys white-water canoeing and camping, often in the company of her three sons, their wives, and a granddaughter. The extended family lives near Betsy’s retirement community in South Burlington. She summers at her cottage near Boothbay Harbor, ME.