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1946
she passed away at the age of 85 in a nursing home in Ocala FL after a lengthy illness due to Alzheimer's Disease.
1965
Diana Boggs Stern, director of the Woodstock Public Library District was awarded the 009 NYLA Otstanding Service to Libraries Award at the 2009 New York Library Association Conference held in Niagara Falls in October 2009.
1976
Doug Kulmacz just completed 23 years with the CT. Department of Coreection, serving as a Department Head direction Volunteers, Interns, and Professional Partners (VIP's). He also coordinated inmate recreating services in Connecticut's eighteen correctional institutions and centers. Doug and his longtime partner Sharon Marcantonio live in Haddam Neck, CT and enjoy frequent visits to Block Island, RI and Mami, HI. Dough also holds a M.A.L.S. from Wesleyan University in CT.
1987
Wendy Youmans is now a licensed clinical social worker living in Bethal, ME. She primarily does hospice work and has a small private practice. She also is a Kripalu Yoga, teaching several classes a week.
2000
The Cazenovia College Art Gallery presenented Claire Hedden's work in the group exhibition titled "WONDERLAND." After AU, she earned a post-bacccalaureate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. She is an adjunct instructor of art in the Ceramics and Fundamentals Programs of the College of Fine Arts at Illinois State University. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and is included in several private collections. She recently received a sculpture fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts.
2002
Laura Schreffler is moving to Hollywood to serve as the West Coast Bureau Chief for the soon-to-be re-launched women's celebrity and style Web site. She will leave her former position as the 'Gatecrasher' columnist at the New York Daily News. In her new position she will work on editorial strategy, content development and overall direction of the site.
The Cazenovia College Art Gallery hosted Thea Eck to present her exhibition "Ulluq: Encountering the North" in September and October of 2009.