Classes ending in 0 and 5 will celebrate milestone reunions this summer.
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Last year we broke our all-time attendance record with over 900 Alumni Weekend participants. With your help, we can break that record again!
Noel Johnston ’70 retired after 37 years teaching public school English and theatre. He now acts and directs for the Stampede troupe in Greeley Colo., and acts for the University of Northern Colorado theatre department. He also serves as an adjunct theatre professor.
Greg Webb ’70 retired from Guardian Protection Products in November 2013, and is enjoying retirement with his wife Deborah and several grandchildren.
Debbie (Andrick) Stout ’71 and her husband David became grandparents in 2012. They also enjoyed their third trip to France together in May 2014.
Reverend Doctor Bonita S. (Bonita) Penfold’72 received the Angus MacLean Award for Excellence in Religious Education from the Unitarian Universalist Association at their June General Assembly in Providence, R.I. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) presents the Angus H. MacLean award each year to someone who has made outstanding contributions to religious education.
Nadia Lahutsky ’73 is completing her second year as the chain of the department of religion at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.
Keith Blackmore ’74 continues working part time doing veterinary work for cats in a house call business. He resides in Clinton, N.Y.
James Malseed ’74 and wife Mary welcome a new granddaughter, born to daughter Sarah. She will join older brother Nico at home in Elmira, N.Y.
Leslie (Wolfberg) Jacobs ’75 is a happy grandmother of two little girls: Ivy born 2013 and Cassidy born 2014.
Harmony Bentosino (formerly Susan Markley ’75) earned a Master of Science degree in counseling psychology with a specialization in mental health counseling from Chaminade University in Hawaii.
Cynthia Hoeh Stancioff ’79 has lived in Maine for over 30 years, the past 27 in Chesterville, where she raised two daughters, now 20 and 24 with her husband Paul who is a professor of physics. Cynthia works as a substitute teacher, hunts wild mushrooms and does other fun things.