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Make plans now to attend our 30th Reunion in June! Past attendees know how much fun it is to reconnect with old friends and places. At the same time, so much of Skidmore is new and growing. Come see for yourself! Volunteers needed. Get involved!
Lauren Clark Hutton has lived in England for 15 years. She sees Cindy Knauer Hogan and Lorraine Rogus Sager during summers back in the United States. Their visits are “wonderful but too short!”
Maitland Lawson sent the sad news that Christopher Bou passed away in May of liver cancer. For the last 10 years he had been living in Teluride, CO, where he was director of the jazz festival. Upon diagnosis, he returned to Washington, DC. Christopher has a one-man show up for auction in NYC for what Maitland understands to be one of the best private collections of steamship memorabilia in the world. Maitland lives with Michelle Heck ’78. He is in touch with Karl Kaess and wife Lisa Will Kaess ’81, Jonathan Ohare ’81, Oskar Ibru ’81, Willie Ortiz ’78, Eric Essig ’78, and Fred Cocca.
Michelle Smith Meth has fond memories of our mini-reunion at the races. Daughter Danielle graduated from Penn State University in May and works for GE Healthcare. Michelle, her sister, and Danielle are off to Tanzania to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. Michelle purchased a Skidmore golf towel she plans to display when they summit. Husband Bruce is holding down the fort at home with daughter Jacqueline, who is a junior at UMass-Amherst.
Barbara Griffin Roberts, first VP of investments at Merrill Lynch, has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for dedication, leadership, and excellence in financial planning. She has been at Merrill Lynch for 29 years, overseeing wealth management.