|KEENE STATE TODAY FALL 2010|
Flora Ide Perkins was sad to miss her 80th reunion at KSC. It's one of the few reunions she's missed.
IN MEMORIAM: Louise Marquis Burbank '30
Ida Carrie Livingston was sorry to miss reunion, but she was glad to hear about all the wonderful times people had and the changes that have taken place on campus.
IN MEMORIAM: Kathryn Lorden Carlson '34, '61
Alberta Patch-Slegaitis travelled to Keene from her home in North Carolina to attend her 75th reunion along with members of her family. We were fortunate to meet her beautiful great-grandson with red curly hair. He was good as he enjoyed the annual luncheon. "B" helped to cut the ribbon on the new Alumni Center. She was the pride and joy of all alumni the whole weekend.
Barbara Myers is healthy and busy making dolls for church fairs and her three great-granddaughters.
Ferne Coffin Fogg has moved from Roundup, Montana, to Auburn, Maine, where she'll live with her son. We hope she'll be able to attend a Golden Circle luncheon.
IN MEMORIAM: Bernice E. Miller '36, M.Ed. '54
IN MEMORIAM: Robert Frank Edmunds '37
Doris Fowler Saturley is 92 years old. She and her husband have been married for 50 years. They have nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. They still live at home and take care of themselves with help from their kids.
Ruth "Bunny" Berry Dodge keeps in touch with Ruth Jenisch Wivagg '40, Norma Woods '41, Peg Smith Campbell '65, Scottie Bean Smith '38, Phyllis Sherman Clukay, Priscilla Roberts, and her two sisters, Jackie Berry Slade '45 and Betty Berry Manos '49.