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Foulke [Harper], Kathy

Singing in the choir, especially on Sunday mornings. Alpha Xi Delta and my friends there. Dr. Devor, driving 80 miles to visit my mother in Erie in her last illness. Education after Allegheny No additional formal education, but I have certifications in IBM IT and business skills.  Marriage In July of 1967, I married Tom Harper, formerly of Allegheny and Delta Tau Delta, who was an Electronic Warfare Officer in the US Air Force.  We lived in Sacramento California (close to Mather AFB) and on base at Ellsworth AFB in Rapid City, South Dakota.  He had 6 month tours to Vietnam, and we divorced in 1970.  We remain friends, and last saw more »

Ball [Socci], Cyndee

South Hall, 4A, freshmen year – those names and faces are still so very clear and accessible, whether fit for public viewing, or even in those crazy big hair rollers many of us had! Self discovery came in many ways – late night chats, unexpected grades both good and bad, surprising friendships made and cherished, and the deep exposure to liberal arts. The smallest moments are among the most treasured. I want to also keep alive the memory of my dear friend Anne Lyndall also from 4A, who became our daughter Annie’s namesake and Godmother. I’ve added a photo of her too. Education after Allegheny After having been a math more »

Fee [Van Zuiden], Janet

Greek Sing, fishbowls at Teddy’s, trips to the Red & White, selling doughnuts for the Angel Flight Education after Allegheny I took a few graduate courses while working at Pitt.  I finished my masters in counseling psychology at Seton Hall in New Jersey. Marriage I was briefly married in the early ‘70s.  I moved to Chicago in 1980 and met my husband, Paul, in 1982.  We’ve been married since 1983.   Where I’ve lived I moved to NYC after college with Isabelle Crabb, Sandra Millard and Cyndee Ball.  We had a wonderful apartment on E 72nd Street.  I lived in Pittsburgh from 1970 to 1973, New Jersey from 1973 to more »

Holmes [Areson], Ann

As you may remember, Allegheny had some pretty rigid curfews for freshman women. I guess they thought if we were locked up in our dorm early in the evening, we couldn’t get in trouble nor would there be as many problems on campus in general. The only ”late minutes” I got in my freshman year were when my adviser, Professor (Captain) Kidd, took my roommate Leslie and me to Hank’s for frozen custard one spring evening. He got us back to South Hall a few minutes after the doors had been locked. Fast forward to senior year. I was a Resident Adviser in South Hall and, as part of the more »