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1940s
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Mary Mahwinney Puglielli
had
90th birthday visits from her
children. “Terri and family came
up from North Miami where
she is an eye doctor at Bascom
Palmer Eye Hospital. Joseph
and family came from Montana.
Joe is a software engineer with
his own business. Maryann
came from Alexandria, Virginia.
She has a Ph.D. in virology and
is a patent attorney. It was so
wonderful to see them for my
birthday. God bless them all!”
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Suzanne Quinn Gibson
writes, “So
proud to see Immaculata in the
news so many places. Continue
to be blessed.”
Anita Morales McCloskey-Aurelius
writes, “I am retired comfortably
in Naples, FL. I have six children,
seven grands, and three great-
grands. I swim every day and play
lots of duplicate bridge. I have
been a hospice volunteer and
have done lots of other volunteer
stuff. I will always be grateful for
the sense of values instilled in me
at IC, and love seeing the prog-
ress made there since ‘my day’.”
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Rose Marie Wells
writes, “Our
class celebrates its 65th
reunion this year. Some of us
have attended every fifth year
since graduation.
Dottie Walsh
Kelly,
our incomparable rep,
gathers us for lunch at the
Overbrook CC every three to
four months since time began.
From 1954 travels alone, then
introducing family and friends
to wonders outside the U.S., I
fill my calendar. I am either just
off a trip or planning the next
one. The arts—opera, ballet,
theatre—take me around the
country and Europe. Fine din-
ing or just eating well, explor-
ing new wines, and sharing a
glass of favorites top another
list. And hats are my passion.”
1950s
1957
This summer,
Patricia Papawick
Beronio
and husband Al met
with their whole family—their
sons, daughters-in-law, and four
grandchildren, in addition to all
of her husband’s cousins—at
the home of her husband’s
father’s family on the Italian
Riviera near Genoa for a five-day
mini-reunion, as their youngest
son passed through on his way
home for the summer to Delaware
from a three-year job placement
in Hong Kong. Then they took
an escorted tour around Italy
for 11 days to see most of the
main sights north of Rome. Next
year, they hope to do the south-
ern half so they can visit Al’s
mother’s family above Naples.
1958
Carol Chaple Boyle
shares, “Over
the years, God has blessed us
with a 54-year happy marriage,
four children, and ten grand-
children; and after a 16-year
interval of no babies, we await
the birth of an 11th grandchild:
a boy, in early February.”
Gladys Grant Maguire
shares,
“We continue to enjoy our many
volunteer opportunities in our
northern Michigan town, but
still find fun in traveling to new
locations every year. This year
we will go to Portugal, various
towns in Canada, Paris, and we
spend March in Arizona. We are
so thankful to stay healthy. Our
current project is helping with a
conference on China taking place
at our local college with speakers
coming in from many localities.”
1960s
1962
Patricia Kearney Miamidian
writes, “Just a sincere thank you
to my classmates who called
and wrote when I could not
get to our 50th as my husband
landed in the hospital two days
before with a bleeding ulcer! He
has recovered and retired all in
the same month. We are doing
pretty well. The only regret right
now is our daughter, her
husband, and her son went back
to Mozambique—so hoping
they will return at some point
for a visit! All others are fine.”
1963
Rosemary Gallagher Cummings
shares, “June has been a great
month for our Cummings family
‘grands.’ I traveled to Virginia
where Abigail Cummings gradu-
ated from fifth grade with four
awards, and sang in a recital the
evening before. Her sister Emma
was reserve champ, riding her
horse Cody in the Upperville
Horse Show, and her sister Caila
Rose, a Ferrum College junior,
received word she was selected
for the USA South Atlantic
Conference 2014 Academic
All-Athletic Conference Team for
playing lacrosse and earning a
4.0 GPA. Then on to Pennsylva-
nia, where Ryan C. Cummings
graduated from Owen J. Roberts
High School in Pottstown, and
will go to Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity in Baltimore, MD. He
received a Presidential Award,
Key Club Community Service
Carol Night Celebration
7:00PM
Villa Maria Hall Rotunda
Please join us for hot cider and
snacks prior to the festivities
5:30PM
The Great Hall, Lourdes Hall
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