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1960's and 70's Class Notes

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Marianne Smith '79 writes... I am still living in North Carolina. Aside from my work, my husband and I stay pretty busy. We love to travel and went to Europe last fall. We took a 10-day Mediterranean cruise and added five extra days to explore Italy. It was wonderful to see the country my grandfather was born in! For those of you who remember my parents' farm, we sold it in January of 2016. My mother now lives in an assisted living facility in Skillman, and she is thriving there. She turned 90 in December! My oldest son, Christopher, is a Software Engineer working for a start-up in San Francisco. He loves the weather out there; I worry about earthquakes. My other son, Max, has just moved to Massachusetts. He's more of a free-spirit and is finding his way in the world. He was born and raised in the south, so it remains to be seen if he'll make it through a northern winter without moving back home. If anyone is traveling through North Carolina, please stop in. I would love to see y'all!

A note from Stacie Paulsen Chandler '76:
I hope you will all share this study abroad opportunity with those who might enjoy it. It's perfect for high school seniors and college students, but we also welcome adults who are passionate about photography, travel, or music.
I am a former journalist and currently a student advisor at Penn State University in University Park. My husband, Curt Chandler,is an award-winning photojournalist who was the Director of Photography and Editor for Online Innovation at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He now teaches Multimedia Journalism in Penn State’s College of Communications.
In June 2017 we will be on the faculty of a four-week study abroad that offers participants a one-of-a-kind experience, with a focus on Norway’s music and culture. Students will spend their days learning about Norwegian culture, language, and music and their nights experiencing it firsthand.
The program, run by ieiMedia, a is open to both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as post-graduate interns, non-traditional students, recent college professionals, and experienced travelers looking for a unique experience. Students will receive 3 credits from our partner institution, the University of Jamestown.
The faculty includes veteran journalists with years of experience in photography, multimedia, writing, editing, and broadcast who are now seasoned educators with exceptional credentials. We are passionate about the necessity for students to gain a global perspective gained through personal cross-cultural experiences. Please visit us at http://ieimedia.com/oslo for additional details.

It was shared that the daughter of Sarah Conley Reese '73, Caroline Reese, has released an album and is on tour! Check her out at: www.carolinereesemusic.com.


1980's Class Notes

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Beth Marks '84 is having a great time working at Stuart as the Director of the Stuart Fund (thanks for all your support!), and is happy to share that her daughter Penelope is loving Stuart too! She is currently in 8th grade and excited for the Upper School next year! I've been in touch with Anne Fendrich Stevens '84, who is doing great, living in Michigan, and has 6 children!

1990's Class Notes

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Sarah Byers '95 and Jim Gramling welcomed their baby girl, Elizabeth Anne, on July 15, 2016. Little Elizabeth also has very happy grandparents in Norma and Lance Byers!

Lili Lantin Wierbonics '93 wrote to share of the exciting year the Lantins had! She writes: We celebrated my parents' 50th wedding anniversary by renewing their vows at St. Paul's followed by a reception at the Princeton Hyatt. My sister's (Mary Lantin Casparis '90) children, Stage and Lantin Casparis, along with my children, Rowan and Willow Wierbonics were the ring bearers and flower girl. It was a fun night and we were happy that Regina Guerrero Leopold '93 and her husband David joined us in the celebration!


Sara Burchell Kestner '96 wrote: It was so much fun to be supporting Stuart at the "Speakeasy" fundraising event last month - and with so many fellow alumnae!


2000's Class Notes

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Mary Kate Dahlberg Williams '06 shares that her second book has been published - a collection of short stories - is now available. The Games You Cannot Win: A Collection of Short Stories can be found on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MCU6A0W.

2010's Class Notes

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Stephanie Champi ’12 shares: As a first year teacher in Boston, it was great to come back to Stuart recently to ask for guidance from Alicia Testa about how to improve my Algebra 1 classes. Ms. Testa’s Algebra 1 class was the first time that I loved math and one of the main reasons why I wanted to teach middle school math. While I was there, she even gave me some of her old textbooks and workbooks that I now frequently use to supplement my students classwork. I am so excited to be back at Stuart in April to introduce one of the keynote speakers at the #leadlikeagirl conference! It's going to be an amazing conference, planned for girls by girls, to promote leadership, entrepreneurship, and STEM, which I hope will help me to empower my own female students to persist in STEM beyond my classroom!

Natalie Pontillo '10 shares that she is now the owner/operator of Hasty Acres Farm in Kingston, New Jersey. The 37 acre horse farm has been a staple of the Kingston community for over 45 years. The Farm offers english riding instruction for all kinds of students; welcoming both advanced and beginner students. Check out the website: www.hastyacres.com!

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