John ’80 and Ronni-Jo Posner Carpenter’s daughter, Alison, is a junior at Connecticut College, majoring in psychology. Son Rob works at National Institutes of Health in Bethesda doing leukemia research, while twin brother Scott works for a marketing company in Boston. Last fall they traveled to England to see Susan Pollis and husband Ted Reed ’80. Susan and family are heading back to Maine after living in England for three years. * Nancy Piccin traveled with her daughter to D.C. They enjoyed the tours, but loved the Newseum and the International Spy Museum best. * Kristin White and husband Jim Shaw ’79 live in Lynnfield, Mass., with their two children. Kristin is a research scientist on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and Jim is a software engineer. * Mary Shooshan Gasiorowski visited India this spring for a family wedding. * Edward Busuttil is assistant district attorney for San Joaquin County in Stockton, Calif. He writes, “My wife and I have three adult sons and two grandsons. Besides them, my passions are the N.Y. Yankees and driving my Porsches.” * Nick Levintow and wife Kathy are still in the D.C. area. Nick works at the Department of Labor in the management division, Office of the Solicitor. They’re looking ahead to possible retirement [?] in Wilmington, N.C. Meantime, daughter Sara graduated from Davidson and will work for a D.C. think-tank doing public health policy research. Son David, still at Davidson, works for A Wider Circle, a nonprofit that assists needy families. Their youngest, Chris, won a couple of hip-hop contests and performs in the Mid-Atlantic. He works in a D.C. restaurant and may try his hand as a sushi chef. * Marty Reader’s daughter, Alison, graduated from Colby with majors in English and theater and dance after a semester in Dijon, France, and another in London. She’ll pursue her M.F.A. at the Actors Studio at Pace University in the fall. * Fritz Martin writes that Jenny Barber has a new book of poetry, Given Away. Fritz hosted an impromptu reunion with Ian Ogilvie, Ann McCreary, and Jenny and Ben Ford ’79 last fall at his Vermont home. They did a little mountain biking and hiking but “mostly just reverted back to acting like we were still in college. Very fun!” Ian, a software developer at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute in Portland, visited Bill Middleton in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where they did some skiing, splitting their time between resort and backcountry. * Al Sheehy continues to play hockey in the Portland area, most recently with Mike Slavin in the 20th annual Portland Old Timers Hockey League Spring Old Farts Classic. Al is a patient quality and safety data analyst at MaineHealth and is renovating a house and cycling in his spare time. * Hronn Rikhardsdottir writes from Iceland, where she’s an elementary school principal and a member of her town council. She’s married with two adopted daughters, from Sri Lanka and India. She looks forward to our reunion in 2013. * Jeff Wheeler is gearing up for serious fishing in northern Maine with Sandy Buck, Bob Underhill, Chris Morrissey, and Peter Schmidt-Fellner, along with Bill O’Donnell ’79, Henry Kennedy ’80, and Gary McCarthy ’79. “We can rehash some great stories and pat ourselves on the back for the great performance four of us had at this year’s alumni lax game.” * As program director of Sirius XM’s 24-hour political channel POTUS, Tim Farley recently interviewed Bill and Chelsea Clinton for a special on the Clinton Global Initiative University. He also attended the White House correspondents dinner and joined George Clooney, Steven Spielberg, and Leon Panetta at their table. Tim also hosts The Morning Briefing. * Tony Lopez is a Navy officer assigned to N.C.I.S., and has served in Grenada (Spear Head Unit), Panama, and throughout Latin America, Kuwait, the Middle East, Africa, NATO, and the Korean DMZ. He hopes to get together with Walter Ollen and Steve Miller this year. Tony has been married for 29 years and has a 25-year-old son. * Thanks to everyone who wrote in!