|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XXII NUMBER 3 FALL 2007|
IN MEMORIAM: David W. Rajaniemi '70, December 22, 2006, Keene, New Hampshire
Maureen Sheehan Hall writes: "Susan and Dan Marshall are now retired. Susan retired after 35 years with the Manchester School System and Dan with 25 years in the computer industry. Their youngest son, Matt, graduated from KSC in May 2007 with a B.S. in physical education with an emphasis in athletic training. Sue and Dan have two other children: Ryan, 31, and Abby, 28.
IN MEMORIAM: Gerald R. Silvestro '73, 2004
From Jane Capuccio Stauffer: I spoke to Jane McHenry the other day. She teaches in Massachusetts at Beverly High School. I am right next door at Danvers High School. We almost can't believe it, but we are finishing our 33rd year in teaching, and it has been that long since we graduated. I know many from our class are doing the same thing.
From Lin Van Allen: "My son, Ethan Selby, transferred to Keene State this year for its film studies and theatre programs and performed in Keene State's production of Agamemnon in March. I had the pleasure of becoming reacquainted with John Linder '75, his sister Mary, and Peter Thomas '77. In good weather I catch glimpses of Todd Silegy '75 teaching on the playing fields of Peterborough's middle school when I walk to my nursing job across the street. I recently played my oboe with the KSC Chamber Orchestra in April. (Community members can join the group if there is an empty chair!)"
Sanford (Sandy) Shapiro writes: "Robert 'Bobby' Carter died in Traralgon, Australia this past December. He and I traveled over to Victoria, Australia, in 1976. He wound up staying there and had a storied career in education. Bob was married and leaves a wife and teenage son in Australia. As far as I know, he remained in elementary education the entire time, teaching a variety of subjects, including art. He was also a well-respected and deeply cared for principal during his time in Traralgon. Bobby was a great guy and a loyal friend. He was also an integral part of the KSC soccer team of the early 1970s. He also leaves a brother Richard from the Manchester, Conn., area, where Bobby was raised."
IN MEMORIAM: Robert Carter '75, December 2006, Traralgon, Australia
From Philip Bellingham: "Hello '76s. Hope all is well with our class. I was in Orlando for the Christmas holidays. Florida is OK in small doses. Disney World and all that goes along with it is still a lot of fun. Some people just always like to keep the good times rolling. I even found Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville at the Universal Theme Park. That is definitely a hoot.
IN MEMORIAM: Nancy Daniels '76, December 25, 2006, Lebanon, New Hampshire
IN MEMORIAM: Patricia Bergeron '77, December 26, 2006, Keene, New Hampshire
IN MEMORIAM: William W. Pearce '77, April 14, 2007
James R. Hodder writes: "I graduated from Suffolk University Law School on May 20, 2007."
From Donna McKenna: "Our daughter, Colleen, begins her freshman year at Keene State, majoring in biology education."
Edward and Diane (Hellstrom) Gawlinski are proud to announce that their daughter, Allison, graduated with the class of 2007 of the United States Air Force Academy with a B.S. in history and a commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force on May 30, 2007. Allison married Brett DeSimone on June 23. Allison and Brett will move to Montana for Allison's first duty station at Malmstrom Air Force Base.
Amy Lindeman Gouger '79, who is an avid golfer, writes that she had her second hole in one on Dec. 16, 2006, at Holly Ridge Golf Course, in Sandwich, Mass. Amy and her husband, Chip, are celebrating their 10th anniversary by taking a golfing vacation to Bermuda this spring.
Deborah Georgevits writes that her daughter Stephanie will graduate from Keene State this year.
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