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Ingeborg Hegemann Clark
Nancy Reeves Reardon
Susan McCormick is a computational linguist for the multilingual technology group of SAP Germany, where she and her family spent nine years. She has a PhD in linguistics from Cornell. Susan and husband Steven now live in Baltimore, MD. Steve is a member of the department of physics and astronomy at Johns Hopkins. Daughter Martha is a chemistry major studying at Johns Hopkins and Goucher College. Son Thomas spent a year at Cornell and then transferred to Wesleyan, where he studies creative writing.
NYU College of Nursing dean Terry Thomas Fulmer is now a Skidmore trustee. (Click here to read more).
We extend condolences to Deborah Mull, whose sister, Carolyn Mull ’78 died September 30 after a lifelong battle with serious complications from diabetes. Deborah recalls the time when Carolyn took a tumble while visiting Deborah at her Adirondack mountain camp one summer. Deborah’s arms where both in casts from an accident, and she was unable to help Carolyn up. “We were both laughing hysterically. Leave it to a woman who had been knocked down her whole life to laugh in a situation like that.” Of Carolyn’s years as a swimming instructor at the YMCA in Bath, ME, Deborah observes, “It was the one place she could be and nobody could tell whether she had a disability.” After earning a master’s degree Carolyn brought a special sensibility to her work with families battling substance abuse. Deborah notes, “She came in quietly and let the families do the talking.” Deborah and her family are in our thoughts and prayers.