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“Kip”… A true bohemian … ability to look up at people … “C’est la vie” … Diamonds are a girl’s best friend … wants to study dancing after she graduates.
From Leann’s 50th reunion greeting to classmates…
Wow!! Where has the time gone…?
After graduating from Staples I went to the Boston Museum School where I met my husband, Randy Enos, who is now a well-known illustrator. We settled in Westport and we raised two terrific boys, Kris (48) and Tim (45). When they were still teenagers I began a theatrical career as an actress, acting coach and director for off and off-off Broadway.
In 1998 we moved to a small horse farm in Easton which completely changed our lives. We have four horses, two cats, a dog and three ducks, all of whom we truly love and enjoy. The mucking and riding keep us active and healthy.
So… after 30 years I retired from the theater and started a new career teaching horseback riding with US Pony Club.
I have two fine grandsons, Klay, 15, and Blake, 9, and they live in the East Village in NYC where their father, Kris, is working in feature films as a second assistant cameraman. Our other son, Tim, lives in Fairfield. We are still a very close family which I love. Next year Randy and I will celebrate our 50th anniversary.
NOT TOO BAD!!!
Country horse farm living
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The following photos were kindly provided by Tippi (class of ’52) and Larry (class of ’54) Comden, both close friends of Leann and Randy.
Email: January 22, 2016…
You have done an amazing job with the Staples ’55 site. Thanks for all of your hard work. I can see that it is a work of love.
How are you and Ronnie? I didn’t see anything about our having a 60th reunion last year. I guess the roll call got too small. I was hoping to see you.
Randy and I are doing well. I have six horses and I am still teaching horseback riding and very involved in the US Pony Club. Some of my former students are now in college and one just got married last year. Some have gone on to be very good riders. I ride as often as I can and I am still running around the riding ring with several of my beginner students. Of course my other ongoing activity is mucking horse manure with Randy…
Randy recently illustrated a wonderful children’s book titled Mocha Dick The Legend And The Furry by Brian Heinz. It got a lot of starred reviews: [“A tour de force of design, story and illustration.”] You can find it on the internet.
Our youngest grandson in now in his 2nd year at Cornell University and is studying landscape architecture. The oldest graduated from Alfred College two years ago and is now working with several NY galleries and has become a budding artist. My son, Kris, is still in the film business and his wife is an art teacher for the NYC public school system. Our youngest son, Tim, has a country music band. We all have stayed in the arts in one way or another.
I would love to hear from you if you get a chance. Please say hi to Ronnie.