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Amanda Oakes (email@example.com) is happy and well in Mystic, CT.
Cindy Nager Goodwin has been living in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire, near Dartmouth College, for the past 10 years. VP of employee education and development at a bank, she focuses on leadership development, one-on-one coaching, and interpersonal communications. Cindy and husband Dean, who recently celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary, have two children: son Taylor, 9, and daughter Julia, 6.
Amy Heinichen Liss was on campus for the Friends of Skidmore Athletics benefit, Hall of Fame inductions, and tennis mini-reunion in October. Amy and tennis-team members Rezan Zia Graf, Cindy Bussiere Sheehy, and Anne Phelps Hamilton were on hand to honor Coach Jeff Segrave.
Molly English is in her sixth year as editor in chief of the Syracuse New Times, the nation’s fourth-oldest alternative newsweekly. She has won numerous awards for her work. After seeing her daughter off to college, Molly remarried last January, gaining five more children to add to her two! Molly ran the Mohawk-Hudson River Marathon in 2006 and ran the Indianapolis Marathon this past October.
Adrienne Alger Buffum works at the Indian Hill School of Music in Massachusetts. Husband Jeff, a Union College grad, works in the high-tech industry in Boston. They are busy “college shopping” with daughter Caroline Jean, 17, a junior at the International School of Bangkok in Thailand, and son Sam, 15, a high-school freshman. Adrienne keeps in close touch with Laurie Angilly Tuck and hears often from Morna Unczer ’81 and Steph Krashes Opalka ’82.
John Harran (firstname.lastname@example.org) returned to Atlanta in 1998 after a few years in Los Angeles, where he ran the Starz/Encore New Media office. He has been with Turner Broadcasting since 2004, overseeing digital distributions and strategy initiatives for TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, CNN, and Turner Sports Properties. John and his wife, Tiffany, celebrated their 10th anniversary in November. The couple has three children: daughter Carson, 8, son Tate, 6, and daughter Shane, 5.
Jennifer Orvis Cline is getting used to being back in the Northeast, after evacuating Mississippi following Hurricane Katrina. Jen’s good friend and ex-husband, US Air Force captain Martin Cline, perished in the storm. Jen’s daughter Kaila, 16, is a high-school junior interested in pursuing art or English at Skidmore. Karin, 9, has been in a French immersion school for two years. Jen has reconnected with Patrick Rooney, a childhood classmate. She plans to attend Reunion in June and welcomes hearing from you at email@example.com.
Dana Thrush Foote lives in NYC with husband Sherman, children Dustin and Lucy, and a silky terrier named Max. Dustin is a seventh-grader and Lucy a fifth-grader at Grace Church School. Dana, a trustee at the school, is a member of the steering committee for its capital campaign and a parent captain of the annual fund. She also codirects its Christmas pageant, which involves over 100 students and was featured in an HBO holiday special, ’Twas the Night, about children’s holiday celebrations in America. Both children sing in the school choir and are active in sports. Sherman writes music for film and television and owns Big Foote Music in NYC. Dana says she “can’t wait” for Reunion.
Christina Campanaro Juarez owns a PR and special-events company. Among her clients are Nancy Corzine, Carolyne Roehm, and Todd Merrill Antiques.
My daughter Danielle, a high-school senior, visited Skidmore in October; she absolutely loved it and is very interested in attending. Son Jason, a high-school junior, is also starting to look at colleges. Husband David and I will still have one at home; son Ryan is a fifth-grader. I am hoping to attend Reunion in June and would love to see the “social-work gang”!