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Mary Lou Sinon Sayer
In Montgomery Village, MD, Martha Howe Cadle moved four blocks to a new home at Sunrise Independent Living.
When Hurricane Ivan hit Rachel Bennett Bloomfield’s Jensen Beach, FL, condo, it blew out windows and pushed a wall six inches into the adjacent apartment. Then along came Jeanne, blowing out more windows. Although a permanent resident of Florida, Rachel was in New Hampshire during both storms. In October she attended a class officer’s workshop during Skidmore’s Celebration Weekend for alumni volunteers and parents.
Nancy D’Wolf ’48 and I also attended Celebration Weekend, and drove to campus together. We enjoyed hearing from President Phil Glotzbach about Skidmore’s plans for the next four years. Our new prexy reminds me of “our” prexy, Henry Moore—he is one of us, not just the leader of Skidmore. And I think he will become one of the most dynamic of all presidents we have had recently.
The class is saddened by the death of Jane Smith Austin in October. She was lost to us for 50 years and then “found” for our 50th reunion. Some of us in New Hampshire got the opportunity to reconnect with her; she will be sorely missed.