Please check out further information and to read Dan’s story.” Rachel Joan Harris (CAS’68) of Isle Au Haut, Maine, a research scientist and psychotherapist, published describes her findings, including ayahuasca’s effects on depression and addiction, therapeutic breakthroughs, and spiritual revelations. “Additionally, as a photographer for jazz concerts, my photos are regularly included in the 45 years ago at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
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“Discover how to save thousands of dollars on entertainment and travel, shopping and fashion, health and beauty, home décor and more.” Gail Fine (SED’68) of Peabody, Mass., writes that after a 51-year career as a dental hygienist (“less about six years as a stay-at-home mom to raise three children”) she retired in April 2017 from a private practice in Wakefield, Mass..
Harry Flannery (LAW’73) of New Castle, Pa., writes, “I am senior corporate counsel in the legal department of First Energy Service Company, a subsidiary of First Energy Corp. I have been with the company, through mergers, for 40 years. I., writes that he suffered a massive hemorrhagic stroke in August 2007 and underwent surgery at OSU Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.
I also am of counsel in the law firm of Nicolls, Flannery & Palmer, in New Castle, Pa.” Harry has published many books, including (West Bow Press, 2015). Although he has recovered many of his faculties, he regretfully retired from his position as vice president of material analysis at Ohio Precious Metals in Jackson, Ohio. William Mac Mullen (CFA’73) of Hamden, Conn., has been the architectural capital projects coordinator for the city of New Haven for 10 years.
She spent the spring months working in her garden, taking chair yoga, learning Mahjongg, and participating in a candlepin bowling league.