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Angela Alexander Maher ’56

Angela Alexander Maher ’56 visited her daughter in Alaska. The visit was both enjoyable and enlightening.

Carolyn Black Sedacca ’56

Carolyn Black Sedacca ’56 was overjoyed that she could make the trip to see her grandson graduate from Harvard.

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53, an author and food enthusiast, published her fourth cookbook, All Are Welcome to This Table. The 430-page book includes a generous selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and casserole recipes; sections on grilling, dressings, sauces, gravies and dip; and an informative chapter on cheeses from 14 different countries.

Carol Humphrey Pecoraro ’57

Marie Guarracini Cimino ’50

Marie Guarracini Cimino ’50 and her husband, Vincent, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on November 22, 2012, at a Mass at St. Vincent Martyr Church in Madison, N.J., followed by a reception at the Madison Hotel. Their son, Dr. Tony Cimino, is married and lives in Florence, Italy. Her other son Paul-Andrew and his family live in Madison, N.J.

Mary A. Rossman ’50

Mary A. Rossman ’50 spent her entire teaching career in Brooklyn and now shares her home with Teresa H. Rossman ’50, who is helping to keep her well as possible.