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Ann Ballinger Wilcox
Judy Rice Vandegriff teaches online courses in government and American history for the University of Maryland. She likes the flexibility of having students in far-flung locations like Afghanistan and Alaska, but misses the classroom interaction. Judy chatted with Sue Davis Tull recently and visits regularly with Caryl Bruns Hutchens. Judy makes regular visits to Saratoga on her way to a family camp in Saranac Lake. “Last spring I found myself cruising the interstate to Keene Valley singing ‘Way Down Among the New York Hills’ at the top of my lungs. Fortunately, I was alone in the car.”
A proud Barbara Hunt Burner reports that daughter Mary was awarded Teacher of the Year in special education for her high-school district. Bobbi is still selling real estate part-time and volunteering for church and charities.
After 55 years Edythe Kopman Tomkinson retired from magazine editing and marketing fine wines, most recently for an award-winning winery near her North Fork, Long Island, home. Koppy now concentrates on maintaining her health and fitness as well as returning to creating art, her major at Skidmore. She sees Pat Kennedy Snyderman and Mary Hamilton McLaughlin from time to time.
Sallie Neuweiler Henrie and Art celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in February with a private safari at Busch Gardens, hosted by their children. They were later guests of honor at a dinner in Naples, FL.
Delsa Walsh Wilson and Steve are planning a move north to Lexington, VA, where they are building a home. They received an official welcome from Dorothy O’Keefe Dube, our “ambassador of hospitality” in Virginia. Delsa and Steve stay in tune with a small singing group and plan to be in good voice come our 55th.
In Potomac, MD, Sue Davis Tull is on the board of the Ivymount School, which serves children and adults with special needs. Her weekly volunteer work there, she says, is an extension of her nursing career. She and fellow nursing grad Carol Leeke Kaijala stay in touch by e-mail. Sue reports that she and husband Bill “are in good shape for a couple of old fogies.”