Class Notes - 1970s

Alumnae

List of 6 news stories.

  • 1976

    Andrea Myles-Hunkin
    Still living in Maine, Andrea Myles-Hunkin sold her N. Yarmouth house in one day and has moved to Cumberland. Lucy the mutt came with. Empty nesting is not what it's cracked up to be! 3 grown children in 3 cities. My eldest Raughley is engaged and we are all headed to the Republic of Georgia for New Year's for a civil ceremony. Then the ten-month Marriage visa wait begins...Rebecca & Myles will join me in December in Tbilisi and again in October for a big celebratory reception! 22 years in Maine, 20 years working for L.L.Bean...time flies.
  • 1976

    Holly Ballard Kreutter
    After 30 years in Asia, my husband and I repatriated to the United States this past June. We've initially settled in Washington DC and are enjoying the many things to do in the Capital City.
  • 1973

    Sally Waters Southard
    It was great seeing so many classmates at our reunion in May! My news since then is that I have decided to retire from nursing in October after 38 years! Looking forward to traveling with Bob, gardening, and continuing to volunteer for our local JDRF until we find the cure for Type One Diabetes.

    Our daughter is getting married at the end of September so lots of exciting things going on for us in Salem VA.

    Hope you will let me know if you are ever in this area. Enjoy what’s left of the summer.
  • 1975

    Eleanor P. Duke
    Turning 60 was a big year of change in my life. I retired from Homes for America after 20 years in November 2017. Tom had retired the year before. We decided it was time for an adventure before we are too old to have one! We moved to Málaga Spain in January. Seven months in, still excited and happy to be here. We are learning Spanish, traveling around Spain, slowly making friends with locals and expats, eating lunch at 3 in the afternoon, dinner at 10, entertaining visitors, and enjoying the many festivals that, at times, seem to be endless. We walk and ride bikes most places and don’t miss having a car. If anyone is planning a trip to Spain, come visit. We will be here for awhile!
  • 1978

    Catherine Tipper
    We are still farming here at Roberts Roost Farm in Monkton, MD. If anyone wants to visit just give me a call:410-218-3620 or send me an email at cathy@futureharvestcasa.org
  • 1979

    Gilly Obrecht Babb
    My husband, Bob, is celebrating his 40thyr as the JHU baseball coach and had the field recently named for him. I’ve always stated that behind every successful coach is a great team owner! Needless to say, that would be me. ??We have three children: Gillian(30 in Dec.) is a special ed teacher, Olivia(27)is in graduate school to become a teacher and Andrew(23) is a rising senior at UMD, which is exciting for us, especially because he has spent many years fighting serious health issues. After being in the classroom for over thirty years, I now spend most of my time tutoring and volunteering. Hoping to see many of my classmates at our 40th!!

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