Since graduation John Mosley has worked in the financial services field while living in the Portland, Maine, area. In 2009 his wife, Carol, retired from L.L. Bean and joined John in working with clients. Three years later daughter Sarah, a graduate of the University of Miami, joined the practice, the Mosley Financial Group. In May 2012 John suffered a heart attack and underwent quadruple-bypass surgery. Fortunately, recovery went well, and one year later he participated in and finished the Beach to Beacon 10K Race! Now living in a two-family home in Westbrook, his household is truly multi-generational, with his 90-year-old mother, his daughter, his son, Chris, and two dogs. John thinks this is his first time replying. * Buck Drew and his girlfriend purchased one-way airline tickets to Paris for this spring. They plan to spend most of the year in Provence. Though Buck graduated from Colby with a degree in the sciences, French culture has been his passion. Enjoying the countryside, biking l’Alpe d’Huez, and photographing his muse will take most of the year. To all those classmates who have yet to enjoy semi-retirement, he believes it was John Belushi who quoted Voltaire: “If you don’t fly first class … your children will!” * Last summer Dan Sexton attended a Phi Delta Theta reunion in Biddeford organized by Charlie LeRoyer and Mike Harris ’76. Bob Walsh, Marty Womer, and other Colby alumni joined them. It was a good chance to relive some of their Mayflower Hill exploits. * Rod Jones sent in a great photo [wish I could share it with you!] of a get-together last year with Steve and Katie Ruoff Palmer, Kathy (Donohue) ’76 and Ron Yeo, Jim and Carol Majdalany Williams, Sharon and Dave White, Rod’s wife, Joanne, and daughter Kim ’05. Unfortunately, son Trevor ’12 was not present. They all have gone their separate ways since Mayflower Hill, and Rod found it amazing how they fell back into a familiar and fun camaraderie. * Deborah Seel Palman, a retired game warden K9 team specialist, now spends her time doing search-and-rescue dog training and working at searches in Maine with her dog. She also travels to teach seminars and works on an online course for training dog handlers. Last September she and her dog found a missing man in Benton, Maine. * After eight years as corporate counsel with Massage Envy, Jeffrey Frankel accepted a similar position with International Cruise & Excursions, a global vacation membership organization based in Scottsdale, Ariz. Son Derrick finished his graduate degree in cinematography and works in the Los Angeles film industry. Daughter Rachel is a premed student at the University of Arizona. As new empty nesters, Jeffrey and wife Lydia decided to overcompensate by moving to a new house, requiring them to pack up 20 years of possessions and memories. * Malcolm Foster is staying sane these days, thanks to his fly-fishing expeditions. Son Blake ’07 is planning to get married on Islesboro, Maine, this summer, and youngest daughter Madeleine became engaged over the holidays. Needless to say, Malcolm is still working! * After 17 years of being together, Steve Tait and partner Dave Cook were happy to make it legal last December. In February they headed to Peru to explore the Amazon, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca. * Barb Miller Deutschle works part time as the children’s ministry director at Sarasota Baptist Church in Florida. Husband Mark is a sign consultant for EBSCO Sign Group. Barb doesn’t think that either of them will ever have the opportunity to retire! Daughter Skye graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University last May; son Chris lives and works in Denver and recently returned to school for a B.S. in nursing. For exercise, Barb has enjoyed returning to swimming, the sport of her younger days.