After running his own successful groundwater consulting company in Jacksonville, Fla., for 15 years, Andy Miller has taken a job as senior project manager with environmental consulting firm Terranear PMC in St. Augustine, Fla. Andy’s been doing consulting work in Los Alamos, N.M., for the past six years, so this move will put him much closer to his daughters in Jacksonville. * Since May 2013 the Reverend Jane Dibden has been pastor of Forgan United and Gate United Methodist churches in Oklahoma. Her family is loving life in the Panhandle, where Jane reports “the people are very warm and loyal.” * Kitty Weil Dove spent MLK weekend at Sugarloaf with Bill Muller ’79, Bruce Forsley ’79, Lindy Williams ’79, Nancy Piccin ’78, John Carpenter, and Betsy Morrell. A fun time was had by all (except Kitty, who tore her ACL). * John Sylvan is running a new startup, Zonbak, and hoping to beat the sales records of his last company, Keurig. His kids are starting to look at colleges. One plays basketball, so, despite constant bribes of Colby sportswear, UConn seems to be the draw. * Sonia Turcotte Fois gets to visit Goldman Sachs’s NYC headquarters frequently, enabling her to see her oldest son at NYU. * Cate Talbot Ashton, Colby’s associate director of career services, frequently sees Class of ’80 offspring around campus—most recently Charlie Madden ’15 (Bev Nalbandian Madden), Elisabeth Chee ’16 (Jackie Low Chee), and Kelsey Davis ’15 (Glenn Davis). She reports that there are 17 class of ’80 offspring currently enrolled, and there will likely be more with this year’s admission decisions. * I had a phone call from Esme McTighe as she was driving back to Maine from visiting her daughter, Petra, at Harvard. Esme’s working as an elementary school librarian, fixing up her house in Edgecomb to put on the market, and contemplating a move. * It’s not too early to mark your calendars for our 35th reunion June 4-7, 2015.