Helene Morneau has lived in Northern California for the last 30 years practicing landscape architecture in Santa Rosa. Her husband and partner, Bob Landman, recently retired from ER medicine, freeing them to travel. They will visit Myanmar, then sail off the coast of Phuket, Thailand. “Life continues to be good to us, and I’m always amazed as to how many Colby graduates I cross paths with.” * Richard Clampitt, who has provided legal services to the WD-40 Company since his graduation from law school in 1981, is now VP, general counsel, and corporate secretary for the company. * Alan MacEwan hopes the family’s Colby tradition will continue: his son Graham has applied to Colby. * Stephen Roy has been laid up after ankle fusion surgery. His wife, Valerie (Jones) ’76, is nursing him through it (and will continue provided that Steve doesn’t drive her crazy). They always look forward to visits with their two grandchildren. * Roger and Joanne Karlin Giudicelli celebrated 25 years of marriage. They now have two grandsons, so the boy trend that started with their own three sons is continuing. After 25 years of tennis, Joanne moved on to Western riding (she owns two horses): “I’m learning how incredibly technical and time-consuming this sport is.” The transition began five years ago, and it aligned with a career change into the frozen yogurt business. Joanne now runs three popular self-serve shops in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California, as well as a dairy plant that packages and sells frozen-yogurt treats to a dozen supermarkets and to more than 40 schools in northern California. She looks forward to reconnecting with Amy Schenck Frankel in the coming year. * Having previously run the Nature Conservancy’s Maine, Australia, Canada, and global land conservation strategy programs, Kent Wommack is now the organization’s senior strategist for international projects. When not traveling for work, Kent serves as vice president of the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation, which donates about $8 million annually to Maine nonprofits. * Jo-Ellen Bois Smith could not feed her Olympic fandom with a hat trick visit to Sochi in February, but she hoped that memories of London 2012 and the 2010 Vancouver Olympics (where she volunteered and cut the ribbon to open the Whistler Athletes Village) would tide her over. She will join husband Greg Smith ’74 at his 40th Colby reunion in June. Jo-Ellen enjoyed a pre-Thanksgiving lunch with freshman roommate Peggo Horstmann Hodes in November, “sharing our joys over our adventurous kids and sorrows over aging parents.” * Carolyn Frazier lived in Chicago for 15 years, working in digital advertising in client services or project management. On Oct. 1, 2013, she made a big move, becoming client services group account director at Seattle Wunderman Network, leading the Microsoft U.S. commercial account. Her husband, Duncan, is wrapping up their life in Chicago, “selling our lovely house and garden, reassuring my parents and friends that we’ll still come visit, and making final decisions on furniture that we should have gotten rid of eons ago.” So far, Carolyn loves Seattle: she walks to work and is a five-minute jog from the bay. She invites any Colbyites in the area to reach out (firstname.lastname@example.org). * Ehrhardt Groothoff and his wife, Grace, keep busy homeschooling their three kids (15, 14, and 12) and being crazy traveling soccer parents: “During these last six months, the boys have played in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denmark, and Sweden! My daughter has also added lacrosse to the mix.” Ehrhardt hopes to retire soon from his fire/EMS job after 32 years. He and Grace are considering a move back to Maine.