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and at church....Ron Clayton and Dotty Pierce Morris ’52 continue to split time between Chelmsford and Cape Cod.

1954 Reunion 2019, June 7–9 class secretary/treasurer Jonas Klein joklein@maine.rr.com class president Dwight Harvie dwightwharvie@gmail.com Judy Angell Keith works part time as a self-employed land surveyor. She recently took up wood carving....Now in assisted living in Vinalhaven, Maine, Ginger Bailey-Olney lost her husband Michael Sylla in 2016. She has been supported by visits from family and friends. Jan Collier Millard stopped by when vacationing on the island....Enjoying her Southern California hammock, sunshine, and abundance of fresh produce, Maggie Boyes McGall misses being closer to the rest of her family....Ginger Buhl Vetrano represented her Kennewick, Wash., senior community for an awards ceremony in Nashville....Leaving New York for a retirement community in Washington state, Rouben Cholakian now lives close to his daughter....Still in her Lewiston family home, Leona Davis Hendricks recently lost her husband William Hendricks ’51. Her four daughters, 10 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren provide loving support....Still working four days a week, Jane D’Espinosa found time to enjoy nieces and nephews at a Cape Cod family cottage....From Williamstown, Mass., Bob and Pat Tobey Greenberg ’57 write that all family members are well....A new pacemaker may have prevented Tom Halliday from playing squash, but not from either golf or his enjoyment in the water as much as possible....Now in Portland, Dwight Harvie is “a 10-minute walk from where I was born and grew up.” He lives close to daughter Lisa Harvie McIlwain ’83....Bill and Carolann McKesson Laird, in Tennessee, moved to assisted living to have better medical care. “We still have each other, and (are) still having fun.”...In Kennebunk, Angela and Art LeBlanc now live in a condo that works very well for them....Joan Staib Mueller and John celebrated 62 years of marriage. Although retired, Joan has renewed her real estate broker’s license, rejoining both daughters in that practice....Epsey and Don Weatherbee continue “to search for cold, wet, and remote places.” He’s finishing a new book on Southeast Asia....Tom Whitney avoids the Northwest winter by spending a lot of time cruising.... Lynn Willsey returned to Bates for the graduation of grandson Daniel Willsey ’18. “Also enjoying the festivities were three of our four sons plus two more grandsons who are respectively a sophomore and a freshman.

The icing on this cake is that Glenn and Lois Johnson Carson were there to celebrate both a graduation of a granddaughter and a daughter who graduated with one of our sons. How about that?!”

1955 Reunion 2020, June 12–14 class president Beverly Hayne Willsey stonepost@cox.net class vice-President Merton Ricker mertr33@gmail.com

Silver Moore-Leamon ’55 is pleased Bates has helped provide bystander intervention training to the Lewiston-Auburn community. “I’ve come to really value responsible people, don’t you all?” Silver Moore-Leamon “had the enormous pleasure of seeing my grandson, Nate Stephenson ’18, graduate, and to hear Bryan Stevenson deliver a marvelous address.” She’s pleased that Bates has helped provide Green Dot Bystander Intervention training to the Lewiston-Auburn community, a program teaching bystanders skills to help them intervene safely when they see someone is being threatened, harassed, or otherwise harmed. “I’m impressed by the good sense of this approach, since far more of us may observe a situation of power-based-personal-violencein-the-making than will be either the person doing the hurtful behavior or the person being hurt. I’ve come to really value responsible people, don’t you all?”

1956 Reunion 2021, June 11–13 class secretary Frederic “Fred” Huber fredna56@comcast.net class co-presidents Alice Brooke Gollnick agollnick725@gmail.com Gail Molander Goddard acgpension@tds.net Wej Baker Malcolm writes that it’s tough to lose several classmates recently. “Things are the same with me. I visit Dave in nursing daily and continue with other activities. Looking forward to son Ben (’88) and wife coming from South Korea.”... Arthur Curtis says 12 years ago he might have been the first class member to move to a life care community, and now he may soon be the first to voluntarily stop driving. “This has been my goal since taking away the car keys of a relative: stop driving at 85. In preparation I’m down to one board commitment where I have no commuter issues.” He still has free van service at Overlook, his

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Bates Magazine, Fall 2018  

The issue's cover story looks at Bates alumni and their cool Antarctic doings. The photo, by Billy Collins ’14, shows an equipment operator...

Bates Magazine, Fall 2018  

The issue's cover story looks at Bates alumni and their cool Antarctic doings. The photo, by Billy Collins ’14, shows an equipment operator...