In the aftermath of our boffo reunion and follow up news, we understand that classmates are regrouping. Still, a few have sent along news that we are pleased to share here:
Frances Deann Gallogly recently gave up her “beloved garden” to live in two small condos—spending six months in Florida and six months in Connecticut. Her passion continues to be photography, and her work can be viewed here. She writes, “We had a reunion in June in Maine to celebrate our 60th wedding anniversary with our son, daughter, and niece. We rented a lovely old house on the water in Rockport.” She also shares that she took two photography workshops—one in night photography (Milky Way and star trails) in Big Bend National Park in Texas, and another on the Oregon coast in May.
Paul Schreiber never imagined that he’d be “wearing a face mask everywhere!” He reports that he’s been doing work for a medical marijuana licensing program. Paul and his wife, Merilyn (Klorman) ’65, have eight grandchildren—including Big Red freshman Jason Schreiber ’26, who is a fourth generation Cornellian!
Here’s a puzzler for you. Can anyone identify the incoming classmates shown in this photo from September 1958? Oh, just look at that fabulous hatbox!!!!