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Emma Thorn Crockett Lively feels sad when there’s no news from the Class of 1938 in University of Mary Washington Magazine. Emma is 96, lives at home, and still drives. She lost her husband in 1985 and has had health problems, including cancer twice, but, as a friend said in a birthday message, “You’re like a Timex. You take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’!” Emma’s daughter lives in Fort Myers, Fla., and spent Emma’s 95th birthday with her. Her three granddaughters live in Purcellville, Va.; Rye, N.H.; and Monroe, N.C. She has six great-grandchildren, planned to attend the May graduation of the eldest from Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Va., and has bed-and-breakfast reservations for all 14 family members. Emma belongs to UMW’s 1908 Society and had a wonderful time when she came back for her 50th class reunion.