By Deb Corteggiano Kennedy, ’73
2017 Reunion Weekend
The 2017 Reunion weekend planning is well under way. To respect religious holidays, the traditional last weekend in September has been changed to October 5–8, 2017. Alumni were surveyed and many of the activities we have come to enjoy will be repeated. Also, the Hotel Indigo in Baltimore and the Center Club will again be used for the weekend celebration. Look for your Save-the-Date cards soon. Along with celebrating our 50-year alumnae, this year will be especially poignant with three 75-year honorees! Yes, Anita Schauk, Betty Seward, and Berkie Bevans, our longest-living alumni (Class of 1942) will receive special recognition of this Diamond Anniversary.
Class of 1967 Plans
Carolyn Massimore Crutchfield is the contact person for the Class of 1967’s 50th Reunion. Carolyn has reported that she expects 15 classmates to come together to celebrate this milestone.
On October 8, a luncheon is being planned at the home of Sue Rigler as a way to end a weekend of memories and friendship.
Idell Daniels ’42
Charlotte Nash Etchison ’47
Gertrude Armstrong ’49
Wilma Bridger ’51
Carole Hurley Oden ’59
Patricia Connor Holt ’71
A Career to Be Proud of
On March 1, Johns Hopkins honored Susan Riddleberger, ’73 for her 35 years of service in the Department of Cardiac Surgery. Sue has been a long-standing member of the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN), has held state and national office, and has published articles in the AORN Journal. Loved and admired, Sue will be sorely missed as she changes to a life of travel, relaxation, and time with her family and beautiful granddaughter.