1976: Winter 2015

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Nancy Ludwick Warrenfeltz

Always good to hear from our class. Here’s the latest news. Please email me your updates so I can include it next time. Thanks! Kathy Anderson Jewell reported, “Just after the deadline for the summer issue, our daughter Kristin Jewell Zoller and husband Zack welcomed Ian Michael Zoller on July 24, 2014. Ian joins big sister Nora who is now 3. They recently moved to Bel Air, Md., into a lovely new home. My husband Chip was appointed to the new position of director/chief of the division of Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services for Frederick County, Md., in August 2013. He enjoys his new position and continues to be very busy. I keep active with a new position at our church. I am sewing for pleasure again and helping with the care of our four grandchildren. With all of them 3-years-old and under, it is wonderful to watch them grow and change.” Anna Collins Pasqualucci wrote, “My career in biotech has taken a 180 degree turn into folk art. After more than 25 years in cancer, agricultural and pharmaceutical research, I enjoy painting custom window screens, educating people about this Baltimore tradition and learning to become a web master for my new hobby. I look forward to annual May pilgrimages to OBX with my golden retriever and appreciate living a few miles from my son and his wife and my daughter. Artist member: www.PaintedScreens.org.” Maggie Lindsay Doyle and her husband Paul welcomed their first grandchild Grace Doyle Enslow born on January 20, 2015. Grace weighed 4 lbs. 12 oz. and is doing well for arriving early into the world! Congrats, Maggie and Paul! Donna Parker Bannwolf, P’17 wrote, “Our son Steven is attending Hood and is a sophomore. His favorite professor is Len Latkovski. It’s funny because my roommate Nan Clark had Dr. Latkovski when we were at Hood!  I visited with Len on campus and he is still very popular with the students, who stopped by to say hello in the student center. Also, I ran into Noel Lester at Brewer’s Alley with his kids and grandchildren. He was my music professor at Hood and is doing great–looks exactly the same. From my end, I just started a new job with the Frederick County Public Libraries as the corporate and community partnerships manager, managing public relations, marketing and partnerships for the library system. So far, so good! This is my third time living in Frederick. It seems a well-worn path between Texas and Maryland, for us.” Nancy Strangfeld Cauwenberghs enjoyed a weekend trip back to Frederick last November. They saw a show at the Weinberg Center for the Arts in downtown Frederick and had dinner at the Old South Mountain Inn in Boonsboro… sitting atop scenic, historic Turner’s Gap and still very quaint. They traveled to Harpers Ferry and to other local battlefields. Plus, they stopped at a Virginia Winery. Thanks for the news, Nancy! Sally Woomert Hinder and her husband live in Churchville, Md., where they have been for 37 years. Their children are grown and they have four grandchildren who they are blessed to see on a fairly regular basis. Sally has run a small business selling baked goods at the Bel Air Farmers Market on Saturdays for the past 18 years. In the winter, she substitute teaches in several of the Elementary schools. Barb Woolmington-Smith wrote, “Craig and I are still working, but our kids have moved out (or in one case almost moved out). We are thinking of selling our big house in a year or two so we can downsize. We both think getting out of the SF Bay Area earthquake zone would be a good idea, so we are looking at the Sierra foothills near Sacramento. We also own land in Western North Carolina and could move there, but I am not sure I want to leave California for the mountains of North Carolina. If anyone out there reads this and wants to comment on life in North Carolina, please email me because I would love to hear your views. No permanent decision has been made, but I’m sure we will sell and move somewhere else in just a few years. I realized some time ago that I have only lived in brand new houses my entire life (except for the few years I lived in a condo when we were first married). Both houses I lived in when growing up, my parents were the first owners and the house that we live in now we built back in 1988. Looking at homes that are not new, seems so foreign and hard for me without thinking I have to completely redo and upgrade all the interiors. We have a lot of looking and compromising to do. I am still trying to expand my Etsy business: www.babywearbybabs.etsy.com  by learning and using social media to get the word out. If anyone needs a special handmade baby gift, check out my shop. Both kids are working, but single and happy. No grandbabies anytime soon.” As for us, Larry and I were crowned 2015 King and Queen of my Mardi Gras Krewe of Les Gals. We had so much fun dressing up as Pirates for the skit. With Larry back on two feet, we keep busy with all of our activities. Life is good! Thanks for the news updates! Always good to hear from you!

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