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Teresa H. Rossman ’50

Teresa H. Rossman ’50 has had a very healthy and active life traveling and working in New York, London and Paris. Now at retirement age, she has experienced health problems, but she accepts them graciously and calmly.

Jean Vallone Gagliardo ’51

Jean Vallone Gagliardo ’51 is very active as a local and state officer for the Order Sons of Italy Fraternal Organization.

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53 authored a menu cookbook in December 2011.

Ann M. Knapp ’55

Ann M. Knapp ’55 is still giving tours in the galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Mary Feeney Dwyer ’56

The past five years, Mary Feeney Dwyer ’56 has taught and served as director of the creative writing program she created called 2Rs4fun. She teaches third- and fourth-grade students from public schools in Shelter Island.

Brenda Buckley Johnston ’57

Brenda Buckley Johnston ’57 had lost her long- and short-term memory. She is doing better, and is currently in an assisted-living facility.