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KEENE STATE TODAY VOLUME XX NUMBER 1 Fall 2004
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Class Notes 1972

William and Constance '75 Young spent 17 years in Grass Valley, Calif., and both recently retired from teaching there. They relocated to Lawrence, Kan., home to the University of Kansas. A daughter and three grandkids live nearby. They still have ties to New Hampshire and Keene and enjoy returning for occasional visits.


1975

John K. Shea was appointed vice president of commercial claims for Atlantic Mutual, a property-casualty insurance company in New York. John has 30 years of experience in claims, including time as president of a loss adjusting and case management company.


1978

Chester (Chet) Brach, wife Lauren, and children, Kristin, 9, and Jeff, 13, made a trip back to New Hampshire from their home in southern California. They spent two great weeks visiting family and friends, and showing the kids Chet's home state.

Betty Ann Chasse Singleton writes, "I recently opened a tutoring business in Andover, Mass. I employ 15 tutors and serve more than 45 students of all ages and grade levels in the Merrimack Valley."

From Jane Furlong Rawley of Putney, Vt.: "I received my master of arts degree from Dartmouth in 1994. I will complete my 25th year of teaching English this year."

Carol A. Sheil writes, "Our son, Craig '03, is a high school math teacher. He enjoyed his four years at KSC as much as his mom and dad did. We had fun at our 25th reunion. Wish more of our friends would take the trek back to KSC each year.



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