It was great to hear from so many classmates. In fact, I had to trim the news to make it fit! * Rob Hazard and his wife enjoy their condo in Rhode Island, where they recently put in central air. * Steve Larrabee’s daughter, Morgan ’16, graduated in May from Colby and had a great college experience. Together they enjoyed several move-ins, homecoming weekends, tailgate gatherings, etc. * Cici Bevin Gordon’s son, Tucker, graduated from Johns Hopkins while daughter Tate will be a high school sophomore. After an amazing experience as head of operations for a nonprofit battling sex trafficking, Cici left that position to spend the summer in Maine with her family. * John Robinson and his wife were planning a trip to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Gaspe Peninsula, where John will look at historical stuff and enjoy Canadian beer. * In April Debbie Neumann Dubowsky was in Ithaca and saw Bronwyn Quirk Mohlke. Debbie visited Bar Harbor this summer. * Shireen Shahawy works for Maine Public Classical, a newly formed radio station. * Andrew Castle has one son attending summer camp and a second son going on an exchange program to Australia. Andrew will be in France for two weeks celebrating his wife’s milestone birthday. * Susan Lang headed to Boothbay Harbor, her go-to vacation spot, in July. She works as manager of educational services at Square 9 Softworks in New Haven, Conn. * After 26 years in Concord, Mass., Roy Hirshland and his wife, Chris, moved to the Back Bay section of Boston where George Katz ’83 is their neighbor. * George Barnes’s son, William Walker, recently graduated from Union, where his daughter, Hannah, is a sophomore. * Lou Geremia hosted a sunny summer weekend in Chatham, Mass., that included Sue James Geremia, Cici Bevin Gordon, Katie Hollander Adams, Christine Petersen Wells, Laurie Herlihy Murphy, and Beth Garcia Wiese. * Mickie Linder Simpson was at an alumni event last year in Boston and struck up a conversation with Mark Burke ’86. After discovering that their moms are at the same retirement community in Exeter, N.H., they encouraged them to connect and now their moms are great friends! * Debbie England Gray has done a lot of travel in the last year visiting Tahiti, Bora Bora, Seattle (where she saw Lynn Brunelle Uyekawa), Australia, San Diego, and Denver. * Lori Gustafson Adams’s youngest child just graduated from Elon University. Lori recently earned a certificate in software development that will help her technical-writing career. * Jacqueline White just celebrated 30 years with the FBI! * Matt Smith lives in Park City, Utah, where he’s the principal at Gateway Academy, a center that works with boys challenged by ADHD, anxiety, and depression. Matt’s going to Hawaii with his family in August. * Dave Heller’s son Noah, 10, keeps him and Susan very busy but “he’s simply the best thing that ever happened to us.” * Matt Duffin has been diligently reviewing/studying for the C.P.A. exam, which he hopes to take in the fall. * Sean Padgett and Ann-Meg White traveled to New Zealand in March to visit their daughter, Cat (Colby ’17), who was at the University of Otago in Dunedin on a semester abroad. * Karen Killam Schmuch headed to Iceland over the summer with her family and Colby roommate Andrea Colby ’84 and her family. Karen lives in Rowley, Mass., with her husband, Karl, and two children, Madeleine (Mass Art ’19) and Nathaniel (high school junior), and works in Newburyport as a marketing communications manager. * Keith Turley’s three boys keep him and his wife busy. Robert just graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, David finished his first year at University of Richmond, and Andrew will be a senior at Bancroft. * Pete Marchesi and his wife, Linda, are down to one (of six) left at home, and this time next year they will be empty nesters! They went to Grand Cayman earlier this summer and visited Curacao in early August. * ML McCarthy felt lucky to get together with Swing Robertson, Dali Zimmermann ’87, Peter Coley ’86, and Andrew Myers at the Soho House in New York City this summer.