As I complete these Notes at the onset of Real Winter in January, I find that most of us seem to be “running in place” as we observe life around us.
Bud Johnson writes that he and Lynn’s biggest thrill right now is the upcoming graduation of their oldest grandchild from the University of Chicago, all set to join Goldman Sachs in June.
Terry Hatter sends greetings to all of us from “Sunny Southern California.” On New Year’s Day, Terry saw Bill Christopher and his wife, Barbara, at the Rose Parade. Terry’s oldest grandson just started at Georgetown Law, following his graduation from Williams. The young man’s sister is soon to graduate from Claremont McKenna College, from which she will head to Queen’s University in Northern Ireland. Terry’s two other grands, a boy and a girl, are both 11 years old; Terry calls them “fraternal twin cousins.”
Bill Drury reports that all is well in Nashua, N.H.
Ken Davenny reports from Washington State that “the weather is behaving and all are in good health.” Ken is a director and treasurer of a local nonprofit that just received a statewide award for excellence of service to the community. Ken says he keeps in touch with Ed Dewey and “Mo” Dietzer.
Your Scribe, Bob Carey, saw a third granddaughter graduate from college last December, this time at the U. of Colorado in Boulder. Libby and I also traveled during the fall of 2015 to the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia, San Diego (daughter and family), Boston (daughter and family), Bentonville, Ark. (son and family), and to NYC to tour the most impressive September 11th Museum at Ground Zero. Off to Sanibel Island for January and February…All the best to all of you.
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