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Susan Comeau '63 "In 1963 I was getting a job to pay the rent, not entering a career," said Susan Comeau '63 in her office at State Street Bank and Trust Company in Boston. But what a career it's been since she began working as a research correspondent in State Street's mutual funds division. Over the years mutual funds experienced "growth and opportunities," she said, "and a rising tide lifts all boats."

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Robert D. Haggett '60 is the new director of institutional development at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, N.Y. . . . The Washington Post caught up with "Hong Kong toy tycoon" Dennis H.S. Ting '60 for an article about the trade in toys from China to the United States. . . . Dennis Kinne '62 did a Q & A with the Hartford Courant about his three decades as girls basketball coach at Suffield Academy. . . . Plymouth, Mass., private eye Barry Wallace '63 was profiled in the Brockton Enterprise. "The role of the private investigator is changing from a lot of running around to a lot of sitting in front of a computer," Wallace told the paper. . . . Ellen Tower Mulvaney '63 is the new librarian at the Free Library in Argyle, N.Y. . . . Richard W. Davis '65 was appointed to the board of directors of the Gaudette Insurance Agency in Massachusetts. . . . William Loveday '67, president and CEO of Methodist Hospital of Indiana Inc., was profiled in the Indianapolis Business Journal. . . . Joseph Jabar '68 was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame. . . . William McKinney '68 was elected president of the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, Calif. . . . Reflecting on the anniversary of the Challenger accident for the Sunday Cape Cod Times, Michael Morris '68, one of the finalists in the quest to be the first teacher in space, said, "[The] continuance of discovery is the finest memorial we can leave--not only to the astronauts who died but to all scientists and explorers." . . . The classroom edition of The Wall Street Journal lifted an article from its parent publication in which Fidelity Investments stock-fund manager George Vanderheiden '68 is quoted. The article's title? "Revenge of the Nerds." . . . Barry M. Arkin '69 was appointed medical director of the Kalman Inpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at New England Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. . . . George "Bud" Higgins '69, who heads the emergency department at Maine Medical Center in Portland, was the subject of a feature article in the Maine Sunday Telegram. . . . John McClain '69 was named associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and chief student affairs officer at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Deaths: Stephen S. Garment '62 in Septmoncel, France, at 54. . . . Phyllis Campobasso Flannery Senn '61 in Blackville, S.C., at 56.