Congratulations to the Rev. Jane E. Dibden, who married Michael A. Bishop last June. Michael had a crush on Jane when they were 9 years old, and when Jane moved back to Johnson, Vt., last year, they met again and started dating. Diana Small Snow was present at the wedding, and the two old friends spent an afternoon together before the non-rehearsal dinner. Mike is a retired manager for Meineke, and Jane still pastors and is a substitute teacher. Jane keeps in touch with Kathy Quimby Johnson ’79, who lives in neighboring Cambridge, Vt. * Glen Coral and wife Amy have raised three great kids. Their oldest, Jason, completed a chemistry degree at West Virginia and heads off next fall to graduate school in environmental toxicology at Clemson. Son Jon is in his senior year at Millersville U. playing on the number-one ranked Division II club lacrosse team in the country, and daughter Stacey is a senior in high school. Glen recently reconnected with Ron Levine through LinkedIn. * In November Lynn Collins Francis started a new job in clinical data management at Boston Scientific. She, too, keeps in touch with classmates through LinkedIn and Facebook. * Glenn Rieger will represent the Class of 1980 as a new Colby Overseer. Congratulations Glenn! * Tom Eyman traveled to Mayflower Hill in November to watch Colby trounce Bates (where his daughter is a freshman) on the football field. He was planning a trip to Brunswick to watch Colby try to capture the CBB hockey title. Tom was traveling with Scott Butterfield’s brother, Mark, who reported that Scott was unable to make the trip due to “domestic sanitation engineering issues.” * Our last two columns have been a little sparse, so I encourage those classmates who haven’t written in recently to send me an e-mail and let us all know what you’re up to.