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Evie (Hagstrom) Bowers ’51 recently moved from her stand-alone house of 14 years to an apartment in the same retirement community. She remains active with gardening and at church. She continues to get together a couple times each year with Beth (Reed) Cupp ’51. They have enjoyed traveling and visits with Marilyn (Miller) Taylor ’51 in Forest, Va., and Marian Solleder in Colfax, N.C.
Noel Holland ’51 is enjoying retirement and travel, including a three-week trip to his wife’s hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden. His second son, a commander in the United States Navy, got married.
Eileen (Tubough) Simpson ’51 moved from Cincinnati to Hamlet Village in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, a retirement community.
Richard Hoeh ’52 and Lorrie (Bencina) Hoeh ’55 keep busy by keeping up with six grandchildren and their various activities.Richard continues fishing and is active in a local land trust. Lorrie works two afternoons a week at a local library and is active in drama through Senior College.
Betty (Smith) Green ’53 continues to play the organ and direct the vocal and hand bell choirs at church, teaches piano lessons and leads the Madison chorale and a small recorder ensemble. She has seven grandchildren.
Anne Pennock ’53 has six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and still loves to visit the Hill.
Ellen Wolfe ’53 is active at First Baptist Church Winnemucca and Red Hat Society American Legion Auxiliary. She travels to California often to visit her sons and grandchildren.
Margaret (Baker) Wente ’55 downsized to a pleasant apartment close to her home of 40-plus years. She is in a retirement center and busier than ever with friends and activities. Her son and his family live close by as well.
Eleanor (Bowe) Wood ’55 is still working in the same law firm she has been employed by for the last 33 years. She still goes dancing every Friday night, even though she has had a hip replacement and a partial ankle fusion. She says that it just goes to show you how important it is to stay physically and mentally engaged.
Alison Hubbard-Miller ’56 reports she and her brother, David Heym ’53, attended his 60th class reunion, enjoying the refreshing and exciting approach to higher education.
David Keymer ’58 has directed a play (“Three Days of Rain”) and staged two play readings for the Prospect Theater Project in Modesto, Calif., where he lives, and has posted hundreds of book, music CD and play reviews. He traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, and visited with Mary Ann (Gander) Perry ’60.
Paul ’59 and Carol (Johnson) DuBois ’58 look forward to celebrating 54 years of marriage in August. They recently took a train trip to Wisconsin and Minnesota, where they visited son Christopher. Mary (Olds) Foote ’58 and Jerry Foote ’58 also spent several days visiting at Christopher’s home in Stockholm, Wis. The four celebrated a mini reunion just about the time of the 2013 class reunion. They have also recently spent time on Nantucket Island visiting daughter Megan and her family.
Judith (Hollenbank) Miller ’58 continues her 35 years in the real estate business selling Alexandria, Va., one house at a time.