Class of 1967

Class Secretary: Judith Lanouette Nicholson, 15 Heron Cove Dr., Merrimack, NH 03054;

Class President: Jon G. Wilska, 119 Mystic Rd., North Stonington, CT 06359;

Next Reunion in 2007. Got news? Tap out a note to! Geoff Boyer writes that his family did some serious traveling last summer. They went from Vancouver to Alaska and then had a personally guided tour of Washington, D.C., by John Walsh of America’s Most Wanted. Geoff’s financial planning practice keeps him busy and he has been involved in the formation of Embassy Bank…. From Saco, David Howe reports that he is completing his 30th year as administrator of The Pines, a retirement community. He keeps busy with civic projects such as downtown revitalization. He and wife Sally have a spring trip planned to London…. Alan Lewis and wife Susan are first-time grandparents and got hands-on experience as they cared for Geoffrey for a week in August. Alan and Susan are still practicing law in Connecticut. Proudest moment this year? A first ever hole-in-one!… Realizing a long held dream, Judy Lanouette Nicholson ran in the 2002 Bolder Boulder Road Race on Memorial Day. It was everything she had hoped. And, even better, she had a chance to visit with Boulder resident and race veteran Ingrid Earn Shea…. Lucille Sansing is provost at Notre Dame de Namur Univ. in Belmont, Calif. “My teaching interests and areas of research focus on policy, gender studies, and domestic violence. I have one daughter, Dina (26), who has a 1997 B.A. in sociology from Vassar and is the West Coast editor for Seventeen magazine.”… Rita Sorenson Leonard stayed close to home and entertained family and friends who came from all over the United States and the United Kingdom. It’s the first time in 35 years that she and her sisters, Lois Sorenson and Jean Sorenson Grime ’63, have all been together. Rita continues to teach autistic children in the Portland (Ore.) Public Schools. Her daughter Katie is a flying instructor while Sally is a high school senior…. Dave Sutherland and wife Karen have three stores in the Colony Mill Marketplace in Keene, N.H., in addition to their antiques business, Echo Cove Antiques. Life is full with an active 11-year-old daughter, Lauren, three grown children, and two grandsons. Dave continues to be very active in the New England Antique Radio Club that works to preserve vintage radios and their history…. From her hill in Western Massachusetts, Ann Warren Turner continues to write children’s books including a new “diary” for Scholastics’ “Dear America” Series. She also is working on an historical picture book about Sitting Bull and a “rather dark” young adult novel.