PENNY Z. APTER, 93, a freelance photographer who received her undergraduate degree in art history at age 62, died May 27, 2017. As a community volunteer, she worked weekly at the soup kitchen in Middletown for 30 years; she had also been an administrative assistant at Wesleyan for many years. She was the first woman elected to the Portland (Conn.) Board of Education. An amateur photographer, she worked entirely in black and white and developed the photos herself. She had several public showings of her work. She was also a lifelong accomplished classical pianist and an avid duplicate bridge player. Her husband, Stanley Apter, D.D.S., predeceased her, as did a close companion, Al Tager. Among those who survive are her daughter; her son, Robert L. Apter ’70; seven grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; her sister; and several lifelong close friends, including Betsy and Al Crosswell, Mel Ellis, and Jackie Zwillinger.