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Barbara Vaskis Crapa ’67

Barbara Vaskis Crapa ’67 has two grandson: Baird, 14, and Sebastian, 12.

Magalay Lopez Lohnes ’66

Magalay Lopez Lohnes ’66 is sad to report that her husband of 44 years, Robert C. Lohnes, passed away on March 15 while awaiting a bone marrow transplant. In May, his family and friends took part in a 5K fundraiser at Roosevelt Island for the Icla da Silva Foundation, to raise money for transplants.

Christina McCullagh Cronin ’65

Christina McCullagh Cronin ’65 celebrated the wedding of her daughter, Deirdre, in August 2013. The ceremony was held at Church St. Barnabas in Yonkers, with the reception at the Bronx Zoo. In attendance at the wedding were 1965 classmates, Margaret McCartney Leder, Barbara Sekula Waldron, Maryann Finnerty Zacchea and Margaret Morrow Becht.

Class of 1962

On March 24, Class of 1962 graduates Mary Gallagher Alban, Cathy Davis McKeon, Stephanie Becht Carty and Maureen Coonan Brolly, along with their husbands, met for lunch in Princeton, New Jersey. It was the first time in six years that they were all together. The Albans, now living in Virginia, were visiting family in New Jersey. The McKeons came from their home in Pennsylvania and the Brollys came from New York with the Cartys. It was a lovely opportunity to create more warm memories within treasured friendships.

Class of 1961

Class of 1961 graduates Elizabeth Hussey Jennings, Carole Rooney Morris, Rosemary Reilly Pfaffle, Mary McLaughlin Regan, Dorothy Renkowski and Marletta Stevenson all gathered at the Alumni Fall Luncheon in October to celebrate the life and accomplishments of their classmate and honoree, Joan B. Carey ’61. Joan had a distinguished career and had positive impact in her work as a lawyer, assistant district attorney and Supreme Court judge in New York City. They all think that Joan is a shining example of St. Joseph’s College motto: Esse non videri — “To be, not to seem.”

Elizabeth Hussey Jennings ’61

Elizabeth Hussey Jennings ’61 became grandmother of twins, a boy and a girl.