Class Notes

’38 Update

January 30, 2012

Charles Kennedy ’38 writes: “I gave up my appointments at Georgetown University and the National Institute of Mental Health at the age of 75 to find a home in Maine having had enough of metropolitan life of the DC area with all of its noise and traffic. My wife’s paintings and sculpture adorn our home not far from Freeport. The piano and reading fill my days when not enjoying outdoor life. Bowdoin College in nearby Brunswick welcomes area residents to audit its courses and also provides magnificent recitals and concerts. Maine Medical Center has gone a long way in keeping me abreast of the fast moving research in medical science. Our daily companion, a somewhat autistic Papillon,  guards the front door. I often reflect on my good years at Deerfield. “