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FAL-WIN 2016

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56 PIERCE / FALL 2016 CLASS NOTES manager for Coretech, a WPP company. I am married to my wonderful wife, Concetta. We have two children: Melissa, Stonehilll College (2010), and Justin, Boston University BA (2015) and Master of Public Health (2016). We live in Cortlandt Manor, New York. 1977 Susan (Coffin) Babb '77 writes, "I have been the library director of the G.A.R. Memorial Library in West Newbury, Massachusetts, for almost three years. I have just moved to West Newbury as well!" Peter Weber '77 is one of the new owners of Tresca Restaurant in the North End in Boston along with Bruins legend Ray Bourque. "I want to invite all FPU alumni that travel into Boston to come visit Tresca!" Mary Ann "Maggie" Zadorozny '77 writes, "I celebrated 30 years with the National Park Service in March. Look me up in Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C., before I retire sometime in 2017. Carpe diem..." 1978 Gregg Woolston '78 writes, "I am happy to report that I married the lovely Pamela Macrini in Yorktown Heights, New York, on May 22. Cooper was best dog. We traveled to France for our honeymoon with stops in Paris, Beaune, La Rochelle, and Bordeaux plus an extended stay in Biarritz, where we traveled to all parts of the beautiful Basque Region, with several day trips into Spain. We love living in the Hudson Valley. I'm still selling wine and playing baseball! Pamela loves to cook and ride horses. Feel free to drop me a line: gwool08@gmail. com. Cheers." 1979 Arthur Casey '79 writes, "I have retired from my job as a supervisor with the DTA, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, after 36 years." 1980 Gregory "Greg" Franks '80 writes, "It has been 36 years now since graduating hard to believe. I have spent thirty-three years on Wall Street, which took me around the world having lived in New Orleans, Houston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, London, Dubai, and New York. After 29 years with one firm, we now have our own company, Snowden Lane Partners, based in N.Y.C, where I am president and man- aging partner. I met my wife overseas, and we have three children, two of whom are now in college. If anyone is ever in the city, let's get together for a drink and catch up on our times at Franklin Pierce!" Stephen "Steve" Rodio '80 writes, "I'm living and practicing law in Rhode Island. I have two lovely daughters, Yamila (16) and Isabella (12). Took an exciting trip to China last month, where I married my lovely wife, ChunMei, in her hometown of Fuling, in Sichuan Provence, China. Hello to all my long-lost Franklin Pierce classmates and friends!" 1981 Bev (Rocho) Moore '81 has retired from teaching middle school students. She and husband, Marv, and basset hound, Penelope, have retired to their Florida home on the Gulf. She now spends her time playing cards and Mah Jong with friends, yoga at the beach, and long walks with friends and dogs. She is actively involved with a life-long learners group and has decided to spend any remaining free time reading. Her goal is to read a biography of every president in chronological order. "Hello to every- one, and you're welcome to visit anytime you're in the Gulf of Mexico area. We're between Sarasota and Ft. Meyers." 1983 Waverly (Clingman) Knize '83 writes, "I'm a nurse in a health and rehab center. Other than that, I remain an avid outdoorswoman. I work hard/play hard, and life has been full of surprises and rewards." A'Lisa (Underwood) Tello '83 reports, "I recently relocated to beautiful Colorado Springs! I absolutely love the area and seeing the mountains every day. In February 2016, I joined Special Robert "Bobby" Kuhsel '79 writes, "On my way to Sturgis, South Dakota, I stopped in to see Julie (Jorgensen) Dreebin '79 in Illinois." Anthony "Tony" Savageau '86 and Karen (Rose) Savageau '85 write, "We had a great time during Reunion Weekend and would like to encourage our classmates to join us next year! You won't regret it!!"

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