In March I received a long letter from my 1944 roommate, Howell Clement. It was three full pages in longhand. In the letter Howell discussed many important topics. It is unfortunate that there is not space to include his comments because they are spot on. * Everett Rockwell celebrated his 90th birthday in March 2013 and has moved to an assisted living facility in Massachusetts. He still loves to sing. He and his grandson Chris traveled to the Galapagos Islands in 2008 and to China in 2009. * Janet Gay Hawkins wrote that there was not much to report—just a long, unpleasant winter on Long Island. * Gerald Roy’s wife, Mary, reports that he is now in an assisted living facility. * Dot Worthley Cleaver enjoys being active in politics, writing poetry, and keeping track of her family. She has organized a new committee for providing non-faith, nonprofit, affordable daycare to children at her local preschool. She was waiting for the ice to go out of the Kennebec in front of her house so she could fly-fish. * I still golf two or three times a week but only nine holes and from the forward tees. I wintered in Florida and planned to return Dedham, Mass., in June. My granddaughter, Jessica McNulty ’07, was going to help me close the house and fly to Boston with me.