John Loker lives in Indianapolis, where he works for Roche Diabetes Care. His two children are both college graduates and employed; son is a lawyer in San Francisco and daughter is a CPA. John has stayed in touch with Cal Crouch and occasionally hears from Mike “Moose” Hanf. * Bill and Barby Beran Muller still live in Falmouth, Maine, with plans to move eventually to in Pinehurst, N.C. for a warmer climate with much more golf. Daughter Molly ’11 teaches U.S. history and geography at St. Johnsbury Academy, Vt. * Peter Guilbault looked forward to boating on their new cruiser, Incognito, out of Point Judith, R.I., this summer. * Malcolm Foster decided to step down as branch manager of the Annapolis Wells Fargo Advisors Office, but continues on as financial advisor. No management responsibility! He and his wife have graduated four children from college, and all have jobs and live on their own. They’re looking forward to life at a different pace, with fishing, gardening, traveling, and much more time at their log cabin in Damariscotta all high on the agenda. Malcolm’s overall outlook is that, “Life is really, really good!” He had a good time at dinner with Bob Walsh last May in Manchester, N.H. * Roy Hardin’s science fiction short story, “Fast Draw,” was the published finalist in L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future, Volume 28. Roy won a trip to Hollywood to attend a week-long writing workshop given by science fiction luminaries and spoke at a formal Oscars-style awards ceremony (royhardin.info). Roy and his wife, Virginia Day ’74, retired from the computer software industry five years ago and now live in The Villages, Fla. * Carol Majdalany Williams was honored to accompany and cheer on her medical school daughter who completed her first Ironman in St. George, Utah, last May. They then hiked and camped in Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon for four glorious days. Carol felt great that she was able to keep up with her 23-year-old daughter! * Mike ’76 and Mary Bastron Harper’s youngest child, Caitlin, graduated last May from St. Olaf College. They were looking forward to a June vacation in Italy and many summer weekends at Lake Okoboji. Caitlin started at Mayo Medical School in July; their oldest, Nick, works in commercial real estate investment while enrolled in an evening MBA program at the University of Chicago; middle daughter Sarah teaches Spanish and coaches golf at a Richmond, Va., prep school. * Nancy Heiser shared news of a Colby romance: the children of two roommates at Colby (Nancy’s husband Jeff Cohen ’74 and Dave Marshall] are getting married. Nancy and Jeff’s daughter and Dave’s son met in Denver as adults after their moms sent them each other’s phone numbers. Nancy continues to freelance, writing travel stories for the Boston Globe, restaurant reviews for the Maine Sunday Telegram, and features in Down East. Jeff is managing partner in a Maine law firm, and son Dan is moving to N.Y.C. to start in private practice after clerking for a federal judge in Texas. * Pete Coz has become very involved with the Cold War Air Museum near Dallas, helping with the necessary maintenance on Cold War aircraft to make them flyable. The most popular is the Mi-24 Hind Russian attack helicopter. Pete has been selected as the air show demonstration pilot for the Hind and so far has been to air shows in five Midwestern states.