Greetings, members of the Class of ’84. While we have some news to report, sadly, it is not all good. I regret to inform you that Alice Seney Lumpkin passed away July 5, 2014. After graduating from Colby with a degree in geology with an environmental science option, she worked for six years at the Brandywine Conservancy in Chadds Ford, Pa., attended Widener University Law School, received the prestigious Zelda Herrmann Memorial Cup Award and the American Jurisprudence Award in Torts, and graduated magna cum laude from Vermont Law School with an M.S. in environmental law. After passing the bar, Alice worked for the Wilderness Society in Washington, D.C. She and her husband, James C. Murray, settled at Mary’s Meadows, a family farm in Maryland, raising sheep and Christmas trees and overseeing an ongoing triad of yellow labs. Our condolences go out to her husband. * On the brighter side, Andrew “Masher” Brown ’85 and Ogden White planned to host their 26th annual ice fishing tournament March 5-8. Attendees were to include Brian Preney, Dan Toomey, Dave Augeri, Mike Brown, Tom Cushman, and many others. Masher, I heard Nils Gjesteby and Bernd Hefele were planning on crashing it. * Eric van Gestel still lives in the San Francisco Bay area, where he is building a nonprofit to help create awareness of male breast cancer (notjustpink.org). He’s been cancer-free for more than a year now, and all is well! * John Tawa and his family live in Oregon, where his sons, Tim, Jordy, and Casey, are excelling at baseball and basketball. * Becca Cunningham-Weiss is proud to report that all of her children are either Colby grads or soon to be. * Craig and Diane Perlowski Alie have relocated back to Dover, N.H., where Craig is producing Granite State Challenge. * Kathryn Soderberg has been traveling extensively, most recently to India, Dubai, and Ecuador. * Vanessa Alonso DeSimone met up with her old roommates Laurie Rutherford Slap and Kathy Musser Marshall for a day of fun in Cambridge, Mass. * Nathan “Waldo” Emerson and his wife, Lindsay, welcomed daughter Quincy. Mom and baby are doing very well and enjoyed the winter in Jackson Hole. * Bill Sheehan has been seen around town with George Harrington ’85. * I ran into John Olson ’83, Neil Wysocki, John Ayer, and Lisa Wormwood at a Charlie Baker (now Governor Baker of Massachusetts) fundraising event a few months back. * Warren Burroughs recently shot his first eight-point buck while hunting in Maine with Juan Colon. * Keep the news coming in. Kathy, Joy, Feta, and Lori … if I don’t hear from you, I’ll make something up for the next edition.