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Deena Mack and John Ibsen Retire

Deena Mack joined the Alumni/ae and Development Office eighteen years ago, after extensive volunteering at Hopkins. As part of the Development team, she helped manage planned giving in the form of The Edward Hopkins Bequest Society, which recognizes the generosity of friends of the School who have chosen to remember Hopkins in their wills or through a charitable trust, gift annuity, or life insurance plan. She enjoyed and valued working closely with alumni/ae, parents, and volunteer organizations to promote community and support of the School. Mack has been involved in projects such as the 2017 Greater New Haven Alumni/ae Gathering. She spent her final year at Hopkins as the Senior Development Offcer.

John C. Ibsen has been working for Hopkins under Maintenance and will be retiring this August afer twenty-six years of service. He has been a friendly and helpful face around The Hill, assisting with repairs and construction. In his “off time,” Ibsen enjoys fy fshing—he makes his own flies from unusual materials—and carpentry. Ibsen moved and rebuilt his own antique home. He says that he is going to miss his staff buddies, but will defnitely enjoy settling down once the school year comes to a close.
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