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Gretchen Eisner Rachlin
Katey Geyer Winant has missed her deceased husband, Jake, this last year. She says, “I look back on those fabulous weekends at Skidmore when we were dating and engaged. What fun!”
Joan Theobald Mitchell was looking forward to her eldest granddaughter’s wedding in Denver, CO. She and Bill are still in North Carolina, busy with their usual activities. Three of their four grandchildren are in college.
After the death of her husband, Hal Macartney, in 2008, Mary Jane Baker retired from her advertising and graphic-arts job and enjoys doing artwork for fun. Her family is living with her now, in their enlarged house.
Mary Freudenheim Hodes’s husband, Donald, had major abdominal surgery last May and is doing well. They have a great-granddaughter.
G.G. Gillman Taylor will have her debut as keynote speaker at one of daughter Jill’s upcoming conference presentations. They are currently negotiating a movie based on Jill’s book My Stroke of Insight. Mother and daughter then plan to take a month’s rest and relaxation.
Kit Carson Anderson is still trying to get used to Virginia’s climate after moving from Colorado.
Carolyn Countryman Hoppes has an art studio in Murray Hills, the “Little Italy” neighborhood in Cleveland, OH. She and Ed have been married 61 years.
Author Sally Krueger is embarking on a new book about uncovering the role of the subconscious in various events. She would like to be in touch with classmates at email@example.com.
Martha Clark Godden hasn’t heard from anyone from Baker House in ages. She is enjoying retirement from her library work. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Stone Finney’s husband is not well, so she stays close to home in Mountain Lakes, NJ. She plays lots of golf and works out regularly at the Y. Her eldest child, Gretchen, is 58. “Yikes!”—a direct quote!
North Carolina resident Marty Blomberg Beery is the very happy great-grandmother of Owen, born in 2008. Marty shared news of the death of Jean Campbell Tugman in Christchurch, New Zealand, this past summer. Jean was well known for her remarkable career teaching and judging Olympic and world equestrian competitions.
Chicagoan Jill Burnside Zeno sent a long letter describing her activities and family. She included a photo of her father’s Nesting Nantucket baskets, which she gave to the Art Institute of Chicago; they are beautiful.
Sally Cheney Buell is looking forward to the weddings of her two sons (second marriage for each). She’s had a hard time with her knee and is learning how to walk again.
Pat Boan Rothermel is recuperating from back trouble but sounds as lively as ever.
Jane McBride James lives just 15 miles north of Saratoga, her old hometown, so she enjoys time in the city quite often. Jane plays lots of golf and spends time with her family, including great-grandchildren.
Jean Elton Moran notes that she’s “alive and kicking.” She continues to do volunteer work with ESL kids.
Thanks to everyone who has written about the death of my sister Joan Eisner Garb ’50; I am so grateful for your thoughtful words.