Linda Reynolds Gill lives in Plymouth, Mass. In June 2009 she retired as the student services director for Cohasset Public Schools. Since retiring she has done some consulting for special education directors in local communities and volunteer work for a variety of organizations. She has been teaching adult basic skills at the Plymouth Public Library three mornings a week. Her four sons are married, and son Brian ’98 is the correspondent for the Class of 1998. She has nine grandchildren with number 10 expected in March. Since only three grandchildren live nearby, she often travels to visit. Last summer she visited Maxine “Max” Allison Anderson in Vermont, and they had lunch with Nancy Nahra. * Vic Pinansky’s son, Marc ’00, is getting married in April. Vic still plays or listens to his two grandchildren play their instruments with Marc’s help. As for his work as a dentist, he’s now a part-time independent contractor and loves it. * Last October the University of Denver Sturm College of Law honored John Leopold with its annual Alumni Professionalism Award. A very funny video can be viewed at law.du.edu/index.php/alumni/law-stars/videos. Last fall John and his wife, Terry, took a trip to the Pacific Northwest, Seattle, and the Columbia River Valley. His other big news is the establishment of a Colorado Colby club. They had a large turnout at an August social event—about 90 people. Another informal get-together was held in January. * Joyce Ingram-Chinn enjoys retired life, although she still does an occasional accreditation survey for CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). When not just enjoying the beauty of Hawaii, she finds weaving and spinning both challenging and rewarding. * Donna and Al Gray became first-time grandparents Nov. 16, 2013, with the arrival of their beautiful granddaughter, Avery Elizabeth Gray, born to their son, Christopher, and his wife, Kara, who live in New Milford, Conn. They wish they lived closer but are thrilled with this latest addition to the Gray family. * Arthur Brennan taught two courses last fall at a local community college and now has a new appreciation for teachers. It proved to be more work than he expected, although he actually enjoyed reading some of those old constitutional law cases that he hadn’t looked at in 40 years. He’s still doing some judging on an as-needed basis. * Ted Sasso recently had open-heart surgery to correct a plumbing problem. He would not recommend this procedure for fun: lots of tubes, drains, pain, etc. On the brighter side, he’s recovering at a great pace, walking every day, and hoping to see everyone at the next milestone reunion. * Rich Kuchar and his wife, Sandy, live in beautiful Lancaster County, Pa. After 35-plus years in the property casualty insurance business, he sold his agency at the end of 2012 and retired. Last year he completed a “cross-countries” solo motorcycle trip that took him through the northern United States and western Canada to Alaska, down the West Coast to Southern California, and into the northern Mexican states of Baja California and Sonora. He enjoyed Mexico and still had enough high school and Colby Spanish to navigate and converse with confidence. From Mexico he traveled north and toured northern Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico before heading home. Another trip is planned for this year, route not yet determined. Rich and Sandy’s son, Matt ’97 (not the golfer), left his position at Harvard Business School and moved to Dartmouth. Their daughter, Becky, and her husband and four sons live in Southern California. * Ted Allison continues to live a life full of adventure. He’s gone to Africa to build a school in Zanzibar through a program his son created, GIVEvolunteers.org. After that, he’ll climb Mount Kilimanjaro. He still works as a real estate agent and reports that retirement might come along next decade.