|KEENE STATE TODAY SUMMER 2008|
Mary E. Creaser writes: "I have lived in Torrington, Conn., since 1995. I work as a registered sanitarian for a health district in Cheshire, Conn."
David Hawley would like to hear from classmates. His e-mail was accidentally left out of the previous issue. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Kevin Dewall writes: "This is the guy who fell off the face of the earth, but I'm still kickin', and wanted to say hello to all my old friends. I have two great kids: Zachary, 10, and Katie, 7. This is mainly addressed to all of the people I knew in the '80s: Pete, Larry, Mike, Don, Diane, Jim, and all the rest. Yes, it is Flashback. I have thought of all of you a lot over the years and have nothing but fond memories of our times together. I still have Larry's postcard from England, and all of the letters from Diane Delisio that kept me up to date with all of the goings on back at the Owl's Nest after I left. I have been doing many things over the years, and fell into construction, particularly masonry, by default. I was married for a while, and now am looking to try my hand at teaching, which should be interesting for a 42-year-old, but at least I will put something from "Kinda Sorta College" to use. I hope that some of you may still be interested in corresponding after all of these years. If so, my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you."
Scott Randall welcomes classmates to keep in touch. His address is 90 Hidden Lake Drive, North Kingstown, RI 02874; email@example.com.
Elizabeth and Timothy Lynch welcomed a son, Anderson Lanier, on Dec. 21, 2007. He is their new bundle of joy. They reside in High Point, N.C. Tim is a landscape designer and estimator.
Kinsey (Sharpe) Slevinsky writes: "My husband, Jeremy, and I welcomed our second daughter, Caroline, on June 1, 2007. Her big sister, Eliza, was very excited about the arrival of her baby sister. We are all doing great and ready for summer. Hello to all my old friends and fellow Deephers. I hope you are doing well."