For future brews, sgoehner, take the advice above and relax...
If you can start it closer to your desired range, better...but not critical. Moving it to the cooler environment certainly APPEARED to stop your yeast activity, but you did nothing of the sort. As long as you're within the range, you're fine. The yeast know what to do.
I ferment all my ales at 62. they settle in, get comfortable, and then go crazy. Yours will be fine too.
Welcome to HBT, to brewing, to this new hobby...and congrats on the brew!