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Cherie Studwell Lazaroff Class of 1965
August 31, 2008
Cherie and David Lazaroff, '65, Tom Studwell, '67, Kathy Studwell Sabino, '71 and Phil Studwell, '73 joined a bunch of extended family at a family reunion on Mere Point, outside Brunswick, Maine in early August.
Hope to see more AIS'ers at the 2010 reunion in Washington! Cherie and David missed the Tahoe gathering while helping David's mother move into assisted living near them in Tucson, Arizona.
Thanks for the photos and updates on the website, Tim!
January 23, 2007
David and I celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary with two weeks on the Big Island, Hawaii, snorkeling, birding, hiking, kayaking, feasting on tropical fruit and YES, watching red-hot lava drip and explode into the ocean! Worth the wait, and an occasion well worth celebrating.
Hawaii seems far away today, the very first SNOW DAY in my 30 years teaching at Tucson Community School. An inch or less will do it, in the desert.
We're happy to hear from so many folks who have happened upon the website and remember some of the earliest days at AIS, Delhi American School, AES...whatever we call our alma mater. Anyone who spent time in India has had a life-changing adventure.
Cherie Studwell Lazaroff '65
[Cherie's husband of 40 years, David Lazaroff, is also AIS class of 1965.]
June 22, 2005
Cherie Studwell Lazaroff and David Lazaroff (both '65) had to celebrate their 40th high school reunion at home in Tucson. David's father died last September, and David's been very busy helping his mother sell the house in northern California and moving to a condo in southern California. Between extra trips and extra jobs, 2005 wasn't the year for a trip to D.C.
I've (Cherie) just completed my 28th year at Tucson Community School, teaching 3 to 6 year olds. David's proof-reading his book on amphibians and reptiles at Sabino Canyon, to come out next spring. I've enjoyed sending photos for the slide show, reading notes from long-lost alumni and searching the photos on the website for old friends. Someone else from '65, please post some photos soon! Thank you, KC, Tim Brown and all the reunion planners for helping those of us who didn't make it feel a bit connected.