Elizabeth Solomon Hubbard ’87
Bernard Place
Evanston, IL 60201
Next Reunion: 30
, 2017 (
cluster with ’86, ’88)
As I write this column, it is summer in Chicago;
hot and humid one day, cool and rainy the next. I
hope you all enjoyed relaxing and fun summers. If
you went on any great vacations, I’d love to hear
about them!
In a brief update to the Alumni Office,
wrote, “I’ve returned to Canada after 20
years in Australia and am living in Vancouver with
my 17-year-old daughter.”That is just a teaser; let us
hear more about what you’re up to inVancouver.
A press release from the Museum of Modern
Art in New York announces the appointment of
David Platzker
as a curator in the Department
of Prints and Illustrated Books. “Platzker, widely
known for his expertise in artists’ books, mul-
tiples, and ephemera of the post-1960 period,
will work closely with Chief Curator Christophe
Cherix, participating in the curatorial program,
including exhibitions, special projects, and ac-
quisition initiatives,” the release stated. He was a
curator there from 1989 to 1998, producing the
catalogue raisonné
Claes Oldenburg: Multiples in
Retrospect 1964–1990
and curating the exhibition
of the same name, which traveled to various in-
stitutions across Europe between 1992 and 1997.
From 1998 to 2004, he was executive director
of the non-profit bookstore Printed Matter, and
from 2004 to 2008 he was project director for
Art Spaces Archives Project (AS-AP), New York,
a non-profit research initiative dedicated to the
documentation and preservation of the archives
of alternative art spaces nationwide.”Next, he was
president of Specific Object, a curatorial project
and bookstore that he founded in 2004 with a
specialized inventory in Pop, Minimal and Con-
ceptual artists’publications and artworks.
David toldme he’s beenmarried to Susan Inglett,
an art dealer/gallery owner. We’ve got a 13-year-
old daughter and we live in SoHo.”Over the years,
David has been in touch with
Vivian Dwyer
ana Stratton-Crooke,
Michele Foster Swatek ’88,
Steve Amick ’86, ElizabethWyckoff ’81 and emeri-
tus art professor Guy Berard. Congratulations to
David, on the wonderful new opportunity!
I often miss Denver so I especially enjoy hear-
ing what
Scott Forbes
is up to. Scott sees
fairly often and
John Fields
from time to
time. Scott and Chris skied last winter at Vail and
enjoyed the great skiing, food, drink and cigars. I
guess some things never change!
Scott also reported seeing
Sam Hovey
at a
St. Lawrence event. And
Cathy Hallett DeLoren-
andMolly ReamsThompson ’86were inDenver
for two different business-related conventions at
the same time last October, andmet upwith Scott.
It sure sounds as though a lot of our classmates
get to Denver. I'm thinking we should plan some
sort of ski/reunion trip there soon.
Susie Somerville Swindell ’88
Weed Street
New Canaan, CT 06840
Next Reunion: 30
, 2017 (
cluster with ’86, ’87)
Samantha Semerad Guerry
lives in Washing-
ton, D.C., with her husband, Bill, and their son
who is a senior in high school. She joined the
St. Lawrence Board of Trustees in 2011 and has
found this to be a wonderful way to reconnect
with the school. Samantha is on the board of the
Glen Echo National Park in Bethesda, Md., which is
dedicated to the arts. After a long career in mar-
keting and communications, she is now focusing
on home and health and runs her own healthcare
foundation, Samantha is a silver-
smith, artist, beekeeper and master gardener.
left theMarine Corps in 1994 and
has since been living on Long Island with his wife,
two sons and two daughters. He commutes into
New York City, where he works in finance for ITG,
Inc. Terry keeps in touch with
Nick Stevenson,
John Butsch, Dave Thrun, Peter Jette, Erik
Brian Grady
to name a few.
Former managers and big college hockey fans
Dave Martin
Andy Sikorovsky
have been
carrying on an annual tradition that Dave’s fam-
ily started back in 1977: going to the Frozen Four
men’s college hockey finals each year. They now
attend with their own sons, and ran into
center) at the 2012 tournament in
Tampa. Dave and Andy also attended Joe Marsh’s
Retirement Weekend and had a great time con-
necting with many former teammates and friends
celebratingCoachMarsh’s 26 years at St. Lawrence.
Lynne Faden Byrne
and her husband, Lloyd,
live in Darien, Conn., with their four boys. They
spend much of their summer hiking and water-
skiing on Squam Lake in New Hampshire, where
they often see
Carol Burroughs Batchelder
her family. Much of their winter is spent playing
hockey; their boys enjoy being coached by
and Jed Stevens ’85. Lynne also plays
hockey with the Mother Puckers (a mom team
that includes Wendy Scott Cutler ’89 and Marty
Behrens Connolly ’77). She continues to run mar-
athons, volunteers at her children’s school and, in
the past year, has taken her interest in photog-
raphy to a new level, focusing on nature/macro
photography. She exhibits and sells her work
professionally; visit
Susie Rust
has been living in New York City for
years. Earlier this year, she resigned from her
role as executive director of talent at mcgarry-
bowen (with John McGarry III '91) to take a year
off and travel before heading back into the ad-
vertising game. Susie has been having a blast
splitting her time between NYC and Barbados,
where she plays and follows polo. Last summer,
she participated in the New York City triathlon as
part of the Team in Training for the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society.
Whitney Flegal
Charlie Pierpont
live in
New Canaan, Conn., with their two children and
numerous rescue pets. Whitney is a Barre instruc-
tor and works part-time managing the Wilton
Riding Club, where she enjoys training and rid-
ing horses. For the past 10 years, she has been
involved with Shakespeare on the Sound, a non-
profit professional theater company, along with
Bob Lawrence
and his wife, Leslie, and
s wife, Alex.
Kristen Snyder Vogel '89
assistant principal at Bedford (Mass.) High School, learned in the past
year that a parent of both the senior class president and vice-president were also Laurentians. At
graduation on June 6, they got together for a picture. From left are
Wendy Atwood Stacey '85
Eliza Stacey, Vogel,
Judith Kravitz '78
and Benjamin Kaplan.