Hello to everyone from our class. I hope you all had a great summer. * Dave and Linda Loring Shea’s oldest daughter got married last October. Chip and Judy Kelly Lord and Peter and Linda Marsh Foss attended the wedding. Dave and Linda hope to retire at the end of June 2014. Planning lots of golf, gardening, fishing, travel, and a month or two in Florida in the winter. They’ve enjoyed visiting with Nancy Anthony and her husband, Cliff, in South Boston. They plan to see Walter Cotter and Warren Heller ’69 in a golf tournament this summer. * Larry ’69 and Susan Doten Greenberg consider themselves semi-retired. Larry has a website (www.currencythoughts.com) through which he still does analysis of currency markets. Susan has her own business doing bookkeeping for nonprofits. Both their sons live in Seattle, where they have a condo—and now a granddaughter, Paige Lauren Greenberg, born Feb. 4, so they spend several weeks there every few months. However, they still call Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., their home. * Last winter Jane Stinchfield Knapp took a sabbatical from work and rented a condo at Sugarloaf. She had a great time skiing without long lift lines and stopped counting when she had reached 60 days of skiing. * Lona (Eldridge) ’66 and Bill Hardy still live in Napa, Calif., but frequently go to San Francisco to the opera, ballet, and other performances. They have a son who is a neuroscientist in charge of R and D for a San Francisco startup called Lumosity, a daughter-in-law who is a lobbyist, and an 18-month-old grandson who talks a lot of nonsense, “kind of like his grandfather.” They also maintain a home in Portland, Maine, which they visit when there is no snow. * Paul Ford ’72 reported the death of Ann Arbor. He described her as a wonderful, clever, fun person. Ann, a noted former senior litigation counsel in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, passed away peacefully May 31, 2013, in her Washington, D.C., home after a valiant battle with cancer. After her retirement in 2002, Ann volunteered her time teaching adult D.C. residents to read and write, working at homeless shelters, teaching and mentoring younger attorneys at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and assisting cleanup efforts in New Orleans and Biloxi neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Katrina. * Spring 2013 found me (Libby Brown Strough) and husband Bob off on two southerly vacation trips. In April we traveled to Florida, where we visited friends in North Fort Myers, took a five-day sailing course at the Offshore Sailing School on Captiva Island, and met friends from Bob’s Air Force time for several days in Key West. In late May and early June, we joined friends on their yacht in Annapolis for a trip down the Chesapeake and up the Potomac to Washington, D.C., stopping along the way at Point Lookout, Md., Colonial Beach, Va., and the Solomons, Md. Highlights of the trip included a view of Mount Vernon from the river and visits to the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Mall, Vietnam Memorial, and National Air and Space Udvar-Hazy Center, as well as a tour of the Naval Academy in Annapolis by an old grad.