We offer condolences to JULIE MAYS CANNELL ’70 in the passing of her husband, H. Scott Cannell, on August 21, 2014. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nytimes/obituary.aspx?pid=172384174 NANCY BUSTON Downs ’56, October 5, 2014. http://www.roanoke.com/obituaries/downs-nancy-virginia-bu
“At last, a reply from me that is far too slow. Becoming an octogenarian is a shock isn’t it? But the alternative is worse. Ed and I have lived in Acton MA for 42 years. Ed retired a number of years ago, though he works 2 days a week to keep busy. We have 2 daughters, both of whom li
“Dear Elaine (Baldwin), What a surprise to hear from a fellow class mate! Thanks for the letter and note. I, too, am having an 80 yr birthday this month. This is really the 1st birthday I have approached that is a shock to my ‘being’. When our mind thinks we are
SALLIE TUCKER Anderson writes, “I am now a widow and am retired from 42 years of business as the Boll Weevil Antiques. I have 3 children (living), Jane, Will and Tucker. And I have 7 grandchildren, Catherine, Mallory, Alberto, Sallie Jane, Amelia, Madolyn and Wesley. Our fami
JANE PERKINS Jones ’56, “ I have 2 girls and 2 grandchildren. One daughter is a doctor, and the other one is a banker. My husband died several years ago. I’m lucky to be healthy and well. I love to travel. My last trip was on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2; two friends a
“I currently do educational consultant work under my shingle, Educational Design Services, having graduated from Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies here in Durham. I have produced five DVD’s, and several articles and one book have been published. Two sons. Keep up
ELAINE BALDWIN’56 7395 Sedgefield Avenue, San Ramon, CA 94583 925-828-3925 - firstname.lastname@example.org I just celebrated my 80th birthday, an occasion that prompted me to much reflection. I feel very grateful for many things: good health, especially for bionic hips that enable me to
The Staunton Alumnae/i Chapter (includes Staunton, Waynesboro & Augusta County)met for their annual Spring Luncheon. The luncheon took place Saturday, May 3, 2014 at Aioli’s Restaurant in downtown Staunton. Pictured are: foreground-JANE PROFITT Pruett ’46 L to R- STEP
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