Classes from 1920-1959

Boyd Lewis (SMG’28) and Hazel Bestick Lewis (CAS’27) of Vienna, Va., celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary in September at a large outdoor gathering with family and friends. They both have written a “millennium memoir.”

Betty Segel Williams (CAS’29) of South Harpswell, Maine, according to her hometown paper, the Harpswell Anchor, is “well known for her community service, her spirit and her unabashed opinions on local issues in letters to the editor.” She recently celebrated her 90th birthday.

Vahe Aslanian (CFA’40) of Salinas, Calif., retired in May as director of the Camerata Singers, a volunteer classical chorus that performs in the Salinas Valley area. Vahe has transcribed several Italian choral works. He taught at Hartnell College for 30 years.

Maryrose Jordan Baiano (PAL’42) of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., directs local-level services in public health nutrition for Westchester County. In 1998, she won the Honorary Life Membership Award from the New York State Public Health Association for her contributions to the field of public health.

C. Herbert Picht (STH’44,’51) of York, Pa., suffered a severe stroke about three years ago and is confined to the hospital, where he has made some progress in recovering. Friends and well-wishers may write to him at 250 S. Royal Street, York, PA 17402.

Marian Spector Kleiman Katz (PAL’54) of Chesterfield, Mo., celebrated her 65th birthday on the Fourth of July in Philadelphia. She marched in the holiday parade and visited Irma Linkin Foreman (PAL’54), who lives in Havertown, Pa. They would both enjoy a reunion of friends from PAL and Lambda Kappa.