David C. Weber had a busy year volunteering in his retirement community, acting in two plays, leading monthly nature walks, and drafting a book on collegiate library management summarizing the challenges he faced in 45 years as an academic librarian. His family grew with his seventh, eighth, and ninth great-grandsons—Leo, Connor, and Hector—all near him in Southern California. A time-consuming and greatly rewarding project was working with his daughter who, at 50, embarked on a career as a big rig coast-to-coast truck driver. For three years she sent Facebook updates with tales of wild adventures driving to ports mostly from southern California to East Coast states. These adventures required weeks of time assembling her reports into a detailed, illustrated book, designed by David and available as Rockin’ in a Big Rig: Grammie’s Log by Sarah Weber. “Following my successful library career, what a delight to work three years with her on this acclaimed publication widely available,” he writes. Classmates may also be interested in David’s 2016 illustrated publication Our Final Chapter: Life in Regents Point, a Continuing Care Community, a booklet promoting his community. Request an e-book from David at email@example.com. David’s next excursion is to Cuba with his wife early this year. Later in the spring, they’ll visit his artistic sister, Dorothy Weber Trogdon ’47, on Orcas Island, Wash. After her architectural career, she turned to poetry, her latest being The Presence Of Absence: Poems, published by Langtree Press, Camden, Maine.