Kerry called me in 2010 when she was coming to Paris with a Stanford-led group tour. She came a few days early and the two of us spent three days touring less obvious places and neighborhoods. Among other things, she wanted to locate and see where Jean Seberg lived and died in Paris -- their families had been close in M'Town. I was able to do that for her, and it was an interesting way to see many parts of Paris that a first-time tourist might miss. While she shared a lot of her post-MHS life, she also made clear her desire for privacy, including her preference not to participate actively in the MHS web site. We remained in communication for several years thereafter -- Christmas cards. the occasional phone call or her tricky e-mail (she then preferred not to have the internet in her home but accessed it elsewhere). I had not heard from her recently. She went to Coe College and then off to California; she earned her MBA in San Francisco. She was an early participant in the tech revolution, one of the fortunate few who took out sizeable sums when those first SIlicon Valley entrepreneurial firms went public. This allowed her to retire quite early, although she continued to be active in various ways, especially at near-by Stanford Univiersity. I was glad to learn that, over the years, she kept in regular touch with a group of MHS classmates who met from time to time. During our little adventure in France, she was good company and retained that wicked wit.