Many thanks to those who returned the questionnaire. For those of you who still have them, please let me hear from you. * After Colby Jerry Baker earned a master’s from Boston University. He then served as an officer in the Army during the Korean War. He met his wife of 59 years when she was a senior at the University of Michigan. She “worked him through Harvard Business School,” where he earned an M.B.A. Jerry served as president of several companies, retiring at age 76. He and his wife have three children and three grandkids who all live close by in New Jersey. Of all his travels, he loved the European trips best. Jerry and his wife play bridge regularly, and he takes courses at Brookdale College each semester. He gave up tennis four years ago but works out at his gym every day. * Newton Bates has been happily married to his second wife, Carolyn, since 2000. He has seven children, eleven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. He loves retirement! They had a camp at Great East Lake, N.H., for 28 years, where he did a lot of fishing. They sold the camp in 2008 but plan to rent each summer. Each summer they also visit Carolyn’s son’s cabin on the Ausable River in Michigan. Newton and Carolyn are active in the First Baptist Church of Vineland, N.J., where they live. * David Armstrong lives in Helena, Mont., where he retired as the administrator of the Veteran Affairs Division of the State of Montana. His wife died two years ago after a long illness. He has three sons—his oldest does research for lung Rx, the middle son retired from the Navy as a captain, and his youngest sells real estate in Los Angeles. David retired in 1982 and spends his time hunting, fishing, caring for his yard, and raising and running a two-dog team. He volunteers at the Montana Military Museum as a docent for the Camp Rimini War Dog Reception and Training Center. During WWII Dave was stationed at the center as trainer of sled dogs and men. Sled dogs have been a part of his life since 1936. He has written a book, Camp Rimini and Beyond, WWII Memoirs, which he hopes will be added to Colby’s library collection of WWII books. * Leanne Shibles Eaton lives in Southport, Maine, with her husband. They have two very busy and active grandchildren. She’s retired and spends time traveling, sailing, and fishing on the ocean. She also volunteers at the Congregational church and the Southport Historical Society. * Allen Pease’s wife, Violet, died last year. He has two daughters and a son. One daughter and her husband live in Santa Fe, and the other lives in Portland. His son and family live in Buxton, Maine. He also has two grandchildren. Allen gardens, writes, studies genealogy through sources on the Internet, and three times a week he exercises at the gym. In the last few years he’s visited New Mexico and Colorado. He also plays a little golf and has taken a drawing class at Maine College of Art. * Hurricane Sandy put two trees through the roof of Janet West Williams’s family room and they lost power for four days. However that did not put a damper on their 60th wedding anniversary, which they celebrated with their children and grandchildren over Thanksgiving. * Neil Leonard passed away Nov. 13 after a stroke. Neil was a jazz historian and critic and a retired professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania, where he taught from 1961 until the 1990s. Our condolences to his widow, Dorothy Washburn Leonard ’52, who sent in the news.