Roger Valliere’s son, Jeff, started dental school at Indiana University in July. Jeff plans to join Roger, Roger’s wife, Brenda, and his father-in-law, Ralph, in their Fort Wayne, Ind., dental practice when he graduates in four years. Roger notes that his father was a dentist too, so Jeff will be the third generation on both sides! * After 18 months in Maine restoring their 1937 ketch, Arabella, Jen Maire Hagemann and her family have moved aboard and launched. They plan to live on the boat and cruise for a year or so, and Jen would love to connect with any Colby classmates along the East Coast and ICW. * Ann Renner Stillwater graduated from Cambridge College with her M.Ed. in school nursing this summer. She reconnected with Ron Shapiro in Boston while in college in July 2012, and Ron and his spouse visited Ann in Harrisburg in July 2013. * For the past nine months Lesley DeYulio DeFio has been a clinical enrollment manager with Parexel International, and her job allows her to travel. She recently visited with Mimi Brodsky Kress ‘80 in Baltimore and Beth Garrido Graham ’81 in Boston. * This summer Walter Judge caught up with Adam Weiss ’83 and Becca Cunningham-Weiss ’84, who also live in the Burlington, Vt., area, and with Jamie Engert, who came through Burlington for a visit. Adam and Becca have two daughters currently at Colby. Walter traveled to the wilds of western Maine and visited Geoff ’81 and Barbie Fallows Ives at their beautiful spot in Cornish. While there they went to Ebenezer’s Pub in Lovell, Maine, which has been rated the best beer bar in America and where they ran into Laurellie Jacobs Martinez ’84 and her lovely family. * Duncan McGillivray (Pomona exchange student, fall ’81) has many fond memories of his time at Colby, especially of Kim Konieczny ’83, whom we lost too soon, and the Class of ’82. He wishes everyone well. Duncan currently serves as the chief operating officer for Healthcare Community Development Group, LLC, a hospital- and medical clinic-focused financial advisory and investment company. * Nancy Briggs Marshall’s son Craig ’15 is spending a junior semester abroad from Colby in New Zealand, where he is taking classes and ski racing. He’s had some great race finishes while there. He will be back in time to compete with the Colby ski team this winter. Nancy planned to head down under to spend two weeks with him in October. * Jim Sullivan has been hard at work for the past 31 years not sending any information about himself to Colby. He has two daughters and two grandsons, lives with his wife, Leslie Addison, in North Bennington, Vt., is employed as the executive director of the Bennington County Regional Commission, and occasionally dabbles in politics. He fully expects to submit another update 31 years from now. * That’s all for now, folks!