Dorothy Harte McKenna ’52 recently moved from Sedona, Ariz., to Fresno, Calif., to be closer to her family. She finds it strange that she can boast of being able to see, hear, walk and drive, at her residence living. She realized that this merry life will not exist too much longer and intends to enjoy the time that is left.
Dorothy Harte McKenna ’52
Sarah Mulladay ’52
Sarah Mullady ’52 wishes her surviving class the best health.
Marion Martha Munisteri ’52
Marion Martha Munisteri ’52 is so proud of St. Joseph’s and all that has been accomplished in Brooklyn and Patchogue. She loved the guest speaker program and thinks it has been very well received. Marion thanks everyone for their efforts.
Frances Kurdziel Reader ’52
Frances Kurdziel Reader ’52 has started traveling again after her husband’s passing in 2007, and has thus far been to 38 countries and 36 states. Her last visit was to Russia, and this year she will be traveling to Poland. Frances currently volunteers two days a week at her local hospital. She enjoys gardening in her free time.
Jeannette Mazzuka Sombrotto ’52
Jeannette Mazzuka Sombrotto ’52 is retired and lives in a lovely waterfront cottage in Sag Harbor, N.Y., where she spends seven months, and heads to Florida for five months in the winter. She has four wonderful grandchildren. The families of four reside in California and New Hyde Park, N.Y. Jeannette visits her daughter and family in California frequently and her New York group often. Aside from medical issues, Jeannette and husband, Vincent, consider themselves blessed. She has great wonderful memories of St. Joe’s and maintains friendships with 1952 classmates Rita Rutigliano Kagiwada, Phyllis Leo Pagano and Ann Sferrazza Mollica, who now resides in Hawaii.
Class of 1957
Several members of the Class of 1957 all stay connected via email and phone. Margaret Cooney Darraugh, Patricia Higgins, Margaret “Judy” Martin Lucas, Eileen Blaber Maloney and Virginia Mosca are all scattered throughout Washington, Connecticut, Florida and Long Island.