|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XX NUMBER 3 Spring 2005|
IN MEMORIAM: John W. Geary '71 of Charlestown, N.H., died Jan. 14, 2005. He taught social studies for 30 years at Bellows Falls Middle School and coached soccer and track. He was voted Outstanding Teacher in Vermont in 1982.
David Westover of Walpole, N.H., writes: At age 54, I qualified to represent New Hampshire in the National Senior Track and Field Championships to be held in Pittsburgh in May. I will compete in the 100M and 200M dash.
IN MEMORIAM: Douglas A. Sauer '72 died Oct. 29, 2004, in Sarasota, Fla. He served in the U.S. Marines in Vietnam and owned his own business as a financial planner.
Clara Giovannangeli received a letter from Andy Corrigan '88 with the following news: "We were thinking of you when we named our daughter Clara-Li Corrigan. We adopted her in Changsha, Hunan Province, China, on Aug. 10. Li was the name given by her orphanage and means beautiful. Our first daughter, Dorothy-Rui, just turned three on Sept. 23. Dorothy is from nearby Jiangxi Province, where we adopted her in November 2002. They're happy as sisters and quite a pair." Dorothy is named for Andy's aunt and Clara's good friend, Dorothy Kingsbury '30.
IN MEMORIAM: Robert C. Schoefman '74 died Dec. 28, 2004 in Keene. He had worked at Vermont Medical, Timken Super Precision, and Monadnock Lifetime Products. He was a hockey coach, scout leader, and historical re-enactor at Fort No. 4 in Charlestown, N.H.
IN MEMORIAM: Sister Lorraine Trombley M'74 passed away Oct. 16, 2004. Formerly known as Sister Mary Simeon, she was a teacher and administrator in Catholic schools in New Hampshire and in Massachusetts.
From Phil: Just checking in with all of the '76ers out there. How are you all doing? Are you having fun yet?
Michael C. Gale is chief financial officer at Bournewood Health Systems in Brookline, Mass. He writes: "I live in Newburyport, Mass., and have been married to Laura for 20 years in August. Daughter Katie is a senior at Bishop Fenwick High School in Peabody, and son Dan is a sophomore at Pingree School in South Hamilton."
Roger Memos is a coordinating producer for the daytime reality show, Starting Over. He writes: "I am so honored to have been interviewed for the last issue of Keene State Today. I have had quite a journey from little old Keene to Los Angeles. I thank God that I had a year in Boston before heading out to LA. That year sorta "hardened" me and opened me eyes to life in the big city. Since the article was written, we ended up getting a pick-up of an additional 65 shows, so we produced a total of 155 shows. I've been off now for about a month. I am just getting my strength back after almost eight months of working six days a week, mostly 12-hour days. Still, it was all worth it. The shows look marvelous and I am so proud of the work I did.
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