Susan Colantuono has a TED talk online (ted.com and search for Susan). She enjoys her career as CEO of Leading Women and traveling the globe to help close the leadership gender gap. She and her team deliver programs in Dubai, Paris, Milan, Bonn, Sao Paolo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Chennai, the United States (of course), and other locales. Anne O’Hanian Szostak is on her advisory board and is an invaluable resource. Susan spent three weeks over Christmas with her son at her home in Rincon, Puerto Rico. * Erl and Janet Veasey McLetchie became residents of Venice, Fla., and hope to take several road trips. They wanted to do Alaska this summer, but with a new granddaughter (the first McLetchie female in a long time) due in May, their plans changed. They opted for the Grand Canyon, a visit to see their son Andy in Golden, Colo., for their grandson’s sixth birthday, and a stop in Vegas to visit a sister-in-law. They plan to visit wine country and San Francisco in the fall. * Since 1976 Ann Bonner Vidor has lived in Atlanta, a location way too far away from the ocean for someone who grew up in Maine and Massachusetts. She and her husband will both retire from Emory University in 2015, when their new house in Ponte Vedra, Fla., is finished. Their son, Alexander, 26, graduated from Emory and works in Wilmington, N.C., while taking courses for his M.B.A. Their adopted daughter, Margaret, is a freshman at Stetson University. While cleaning closets in preparation for moving, Ann spent time going through old photos from her Colby years—favorites are those from her junior year in Caen, France. She has wonderful memories of Colby friendships, experiences, and travels. * April Nelson McKay retired in April! “Woo hoo!” She looks forward to having more fun and less stress. She’s planning a trip to New England and Florida in late spring and to London and Scandinavia this summer. She had the pleasure of seeing Chris and Deb Trescott Pinkham at her home in Venice, Calif., last winter. “Hard to believe that we have known each other for 47 years! Time flies. But Colby connections run deep, don’t they? Life is good.” * Lee and Anne Howard Cotton enjoy retired life on Kiawah Island, S.C. Golf is lots of fun, but so is exploring the historical charms of Charleston as well as its fantastic restaurants. By May it is too hot for them, so they migrate to their home in Harpswell, Maine, where they play a little more golf and enjoy their family members who congregate there—four kids and four grandchildren who will join them for Anne’s birthday in July. * Will Perricelli reports that although his life has not included a perfect career path, he has been an admitted attorney in the state of New York and federal courts. He invites classmates to connect with him on LinkedIn. He was moved by an article in the Fall 2012 Colby Magazine by Bill Holland’s daughter, for it evoked the power of the ’60s. He sends regards to all, especially Tracey Danyluic Brennan. * Elizabeth “Tabby” Nitze Clark married Jim Winchester after graduation—they were married 16 years. Their oldest child, Kelley, and her husband, Matt, (both from Colby Class of 1997) married in 2002 on Kiawah Island, S.C. Their son, James, is also married and has provided them with two grandsons, 8 and 10. Tabby has been remarried for 27 years. She worked at Pfizer in Connecticut in the clinical department, and her present husband worked in research and development at Pfizer, but they’ve retired and live on Kiawah Island. * Joan and Bill Alfond had a great trip through Southeast Asia with daughter Kenden, her husband, Charles, and granddaughter Yaël. Highlights included Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi (including the Hanoi Hilton), boating the Mekong and Ou rivers in Laos, and a stay at Kenden’s home in Battambang, Cambodia, where they celebrated Yaël’s fifth birthday. They enjoyed the education they received visiting two of the world’s communist countries, Vietnam and Laos.