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Thanks, Rod, for the first Im A Man - Various - Teen Idols I received from your class. He and wife Gail have two sons, both Dartmouth grads and lawyers, and six grandchildren.

Jim liked his teaching style and acerbic attitude. Dick Noel shoots his age or better over 20 times a season! He even recorded a 74 and a few 75s this summer. I was depressed until he wrote those were also his average grades at Tuck. Three Low Passes and you were out. Dick hears from Jack Penn, his Tuck roommate, occasionally, who tells him he is doing well, and we think is a big wig on the AARP board of directors.

What keeps you busy, Dick? Richard Husband sent a terrific update on life. Loves to garden, raise bees, and tend his orchard. He reads a lot during the winter and finds that season in northern NE to be one of his favorites. Gerf retired and set the example for him to get out of the advertising business and into banking. Lots of retirees here in the Upper Valley have started interesting and challenging part-time businesses, he says.

Thanks, Richard. More later I hope. I wrangled an update out of hubby Jim since this is the news column of his class, not mine. Lots of presentations on the ecology, geography, native populations, and climate kept us busy. No crowds, super terrain, and interesting people convinced us to sell our townhome and Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember to a cabin at 9, feet straddling the two ski areas.

We closed on it in March and never looked back. Many of you remember the great ski filmmaker Warren Miller, who made the Yellowstone Club his home for 20 years. Come visit. We have an extra bedroom and bath. And, by the time you read this, a new Saint Bernard puppy. Please send any news or updates to bobhumboldt aol.

We hope to hear from you soon! The changes in our habitats continued last spring. Very laid back, with welcoming people in West Virginia. His daughters are married with kids, living in the Boston area. Grandkids number 4, from 2 to Please consider sending me a quick note after you read this with an update on your life and those you stay in touch with.

Late-breaking news from Win Black! My best to Jim for backing you. Still play golf, but arthritis has eliminated tennis from activities. Active with a couple of nonprofits, dealing with enabling seniors to stay in their homes.

Enjoy travel, and will leave for Egypt and Jordan in December. Have not seen any Tuck classmates in years. Assume there are none living in California. Last reunion some 15 years or so ago, only 5 or 6 attended. Visited with Ed Lau in Hong Kong years ago. Please update your news for the summer issue. However, there is good news!! The Tuck Annual Giving Team greatly appreciates and thanks you all for your efforts.

Best wishes to you! We are very happy to be assisting the wonderful Bill Ferguson with class notes moving forward. Thanks to Bill for all his past work and effort to make the class notes timely and interesting! After earning. Bill took advantage of the spectacular Cascade Range, climbing five of the six glacier peaks. But most lucky has been a wife, Barbara, who has a special talent for family.

Over the span of 32 years, the bank won numerous national awards in every communications discipline. Jim is very involved with Catholic Charities, with his primary focus on St. Ninety-eight percent of the Cat5 - Cat5 go on to college. Jim was named an honorary member of the class of Jim has many fond memories of Tuck, including outstanding teachers and their dreaded blue books.

What better way to sum up the last fifty-two years. In the mids Edward embarked on a second career as an outplacement consultant. He managed new ship construction in Denmark, Finland, Korea, and Japan while traveling. Retired inCharlie embarked on another building career, managing major construction projects as chair of his golf clubs in Wellesley and Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Richard Macartney had a long and varied career in the meatpacking industry with national firms like Armour Food Company and regional firms across the country. Dick retired Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember an oceanfront home he built on Topsail Island, NC. He has been deeply involved with beach restoration projects while serving as town alderman.

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His Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember retirement passion is ice curling. Starting in Albany inDick and wife Charlotte have traveled the world competing and winning. In they went to Scotland as part of the U. After a few years at Scott Paper Company, with a tour in Vietnam sandwiched between, Doug MacDonald settled into a year run with a family-owned manufacturing company in Newark, New Jersey.

He serves as president of the HOA board and keeps busy hosting his children and nine grandchildren, who visit often to enjoy golf and the ocean beaches that are just five miles from his home. After twenty years in corporate life with Corning and Insilco, Peter and two partners purchased a Manpower franchise in Raleigh, NC in In it was the largest Manpower franchise in the country and was purchased by the parent company.

Since then Peter has focused on nonprofit opportunities, serving a chairman. Wife Prue is equally active in social work and philanthropy. Charles J. Mitchell Jr. Inwith two silent partners, Charlie purchased six unrelated businesses from Pullman Company and formed Alta Acquisition Corporation. The company was sold and Charlie went on to lead two more private equity—based acquisitions that were eventually sold. After a stint in retirement, Charlie is back as CEO of a technology based startup.

He and wife Nancy split their time between two golf-course homes in Minnesota and Snowmass, Colorado. Golf trips to Ireland and other great venues are interspersed with worldwide travel to China, Africa, and numerous countries in Europe. William E. Moeller settled in Chicago and was a business and civic leader for over thirty-five years.

Bill had a long career in banking and health care, retiring in as UnitedHealthcare Group senior vice president. Late-breaking note in from Tom Stanfield! Had a hot and humid summer in Nova Scotia.

Much hotter than normal. We have a place there. We both enjoy that. Hope everyone is in good health. We were nearing the end of a trip to Wales, on our way to Heathrow. The entire Keiller clan will be gathering again at our home in Vermont for Thanksgiving. I continue to be busy as board chair of Mt. Ascutney Hospital, as a trustee of the Montshire Museum in Norwich, and with various church and town responsibilities. I had a total knee replacement in January.

I had intended to be on the golf course by April. That was a pipe dream. I am only now getting out and playing, albeit below my poor standard play, but at Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember I am back on the golf course Included in the class group was Carole Lee Randall widow of Ron, who died a few years ago.

Her presence, a remarkable display of class loyalty, was facilitated by the Biggars and the Hendersons. Carole Lee had been president of the Sachem Wives Group 50 years ago. EFAC provides scholarships to boarding schools for needy Kenyan children. Opportunities usually result in university scholarships in Kenya and elsewhere. EFAC is currently supporting some students at 20 different Kenyan high schools.

Caroline gave an impressive presentation to the assembled reunioners. George stated that he always believed that the best way to help someone elevate their life status was through education. Among those in attendance at the reunion was David Schwartz, who has become very active as a trombonist since he left Tuck. Paul Castle reported that he has relocated to Peaks Island, Maine, after many years in the Atlanta area.

Charlie White chuckled that his daughter and family have relocated to Pittsfield in the Berkshires of Massachusetts so Charlie has made it his business to teach their 4-year-old daughter how to speak in a Boston accent. Pete Allen was there. Pete and wife Kris have been living in Westborough, MA, for many years, where among his local activities he includes coaching the local high school tennis team as well as serving as a SCORE counselor.

My only court activity is. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember concession to old age is to be selective in what I take on and not get to the office before He heartily recommends the trip. Jack has retired to Florida, where he has done some real estate deals with son Brian. Mel Fallis has recently moved from Chicago to Memphis. His last corporate job was vice president, sales development at BlackVoices.

Mel plans on doing mentoring programs at Memphis churches in which his in-laws are ministers, elders, and leaders. Charlie served as port commissioner for the Port of Baltimore from Claudette and Russ Engle took a trip to visit their daughter in London by Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember there on the Queen Victoria on a voyage from Fort Lauderdale.

He emailed me from somewhere near the Azores. Makes perfect sense when you make your home in Sonoma, CA. That led to a career with the U. He now works in Washington with the Foreign Agricultural. Service of the U. His wife, Barbara Spellman, is also on the Virginia faculty. Greetings classmates! Next year is our 50th Tuck Reunion! All Santo Domingo - Captain Cook Und Seine Singenden Saxophone - Aber Dich Gibts Nur Einmal Für Mich who might be passing through New York City are welcome!

Please email Bob bob harrellassociates. In an emotional tribute to his well-lived life, speakers included his sister, wife, high school friend, law school friend, and his children Jon and Sarah.

Before and after the service, we were able to get together at dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings to share our memories of Al as well as our memories of Tuck and current life experiences.

Peter Stern and his wife Margie arranged a lovely dinner at a spectacular location in Shelburne, VT, on Friday night see picture and others of us gathered for another dinner after the service at the Bistro de Margot in Burlington, VT see picture. Ken Euske passed away on Saturday, August 11, He had been diagnosed a few years ago with an incurable illness MSA, or multiple. My wife, Michael, and I are blessed to have had Ken shine on our lives for so many years.

According to Michel Lebas, he fought his illness with his natural grace and full determination since he was diagnosed, keeping fully engaged in his academic endeavors.

Lately, his health deteriorated in leaps and bounds. He had to retire from his job as professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey at the end of last fall. His quality of life took a turn for the worse for two weeks before his death. His body stopped supporting him, but his brain was sharp until the end.

Ken passed away at home with his wife Nancy by his side in Pacific Grove, CA, fully himself, conscious, and caring for others until the last. He never spent a night in Children Of The Night - Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Mosaic hospital in his whole life!

It was planned as a Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember for the Naval Postgraduate School to honor Ken for his long career. Should our classmates wish to express their support or share Meditation #3 Shema - Michael Card - An Invitation To Awe or funny anecdotes or memories they shared with Ken, his wife Nancy Euske can be reached at Dr.

Ken and I split duties our second year running Stell Hall. He was a gem Ken was a good fellow RIP, Ken.

He proudly served in Vietnam from throughwhere he was a lieutenant in Special Forces. He lived in Japan for two years. Upon his return to the U. He worked for Chevron for over 30 years, traveling throughout the world. He used his fluency speaking Russian in travels to Russia, Kazakhstan, and Azerbaijan. Dana married Carole Bojan Miller in They made their home in Clayton, CA, and enjoyed entertaining friends and traveling around the world.

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He had a sharp wit, a wonderfully honed sense of humor, and he was a man of absolute honesty and integrity. He was a member of the Dartmouth College Class of and an Army veteran. In other news: Ed Williams is a founding member and board member of the Committee to Restore Integrity to the USOC, comprised of Olympic athletes and Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember of direct and indirect victims of sexual abuse, child advocacy experts, and attorneys who have represented athletes who have been the victims of sexual and other abuse in their Olympic pursuits.

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Dick attended lunches and dinners held by several local Vietnamese government officials. Our own Dean John Hennessey, in more recent years, was very concerned about these same issues. The hiking is a much-needed break from my writing and. Greetings and best wishes to you all from Prides Crossing, MA. Upon graduation from Tuck, he served a stint as vice president at New England Merchants Bank before joining the Gutierrez Company of Burlington, MA, as vice president of development until his retirement in I remember walking or driving by projects with which he was involved both in Boston and along Route 93 outside of the city.

After retirement he put these skills to work as the volunteer project manager for the construction of the Sawtelle Family Hospice House in Reading, MA, and as president of the board of trustees of his condo association, where he was highly regarded and respected.

He had many other family commitments, volunteer service endeavors, and loved to travel. An inquisitive mind was engaged as a lover of jazz, history, geography, geology, and was informed and entertaining on scores of other subjects. Fittingly enough, the last seven weeks of his life were spent at the Sawtelle Family Hospice facility he had overseen the building of as project manager, facing his terminal How To Pay Rent (Skit) - Meth* • Ghost* • Rae* - Wu-Massacre with courage and strength.

Those of us who knew him remember his passion for skiing and sailing. He was a Naval veteran of the Vietnam War, during which he served as a forward observer for the 9th Marine Division on the demilitarized zone in Vietnam. That experience led him to value and cherish the rest of his life as a gift. A celebration of his life was held at the Second Congregational Church in Beverly, MA, on October 20, a church where he served as chairman of the finance committee for many years.

He will be missed. Kit Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember his dash well. May we all do the same. He reports being somewhat retired after selling the biotech company ICOS product Cialis of which he was in charge.

Continuing business activities involve chairing the board of. Keysight Technologies and service on the board of Agilent Technologies. Also, he had a terrific family vacation to Australia. Still notes very fond memories of Tuck. In the fall there is a hoped-for meeting with Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember McGuckians and the Pierces in Untitled - Georg Solti, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Chorus, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Handel: it happens they will be in France separately but at about the same time.

If a connection is made, hopefully some pictures will follow. The Loring family continues to be well, although it is a challenge to keep up with our six grandchildren ages 6 Make It Hot (Album Version) - Wiz Khalifa - Make It Hot 17 and wife Bonny, who is as busy as ever as a director of Global Unites—a global peace movement founded by a Gordon College graduate.

In short, our volunteer lives are very full, and I continue professionally active on several corporate boards and trust committees. We will keep going as long as we can and feel we are making a positive contribution to the organizations with which we are involved. Our best to everyone as we approach the holidays and the New Year. Live that dash!!! Sorry I missed the reunion, and I look forward to hearing all about the weekend.

It has been a busy travel year for the Hotchkies family, and we just could not make it this time. Looking forward to our 50th in five years. Good news from Scott Fitzsimmons, who writes that he and his wife Connie are doing well—they are now in their 20th year in Tequesta, on the east coast of Florida.

Scott retired earlier this year after leading a consumer health care company Kramer Labs. He is relieved not to need to travel back and forth to Miami every week. Agree with that, Scott—I do not miss commuting at all!! Scott and Connie love living very close to the ocean and have a very comfortable Florida Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember. He notes that they are blessed to have both their adult children living in the same town. If memory serves though it does not always serve these daystheir son is now about 30 and is an avid surfer and fisherman, and their daughter Julianne is now probably Unfortunately, Scott and Connie were not able to attend the reunion this year but were able to visit Hanover two years ago.

It was a great return visit. While many things had changed, they felt right at home. Want to share your news? Scott would love to hear from any classmates heading down to Florida. Nice to hear from Bill Lawliss, who writes that he is enjoying retirement and continues to be active: skiing, tennis, and golf, although it is getting tougher Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember 77, he says.

Wow, Bill, that is awesome. Bill and his wife, Maggie, are reasonably healthy, although Maggie is waiting for an appointment to get her second knee replaced.

Seems like quite a few of my friends and relatives have new knees or hips. They all live in Portland, Oregon, so Bill is getting pretty good at streaming games on television. Their other son lives in Bar Harbor, Maine—he is married, but has no children.

Bill and Maggie have returned to their Vermont roots and are now living in South Burlington, Vermont, in a condo after downsizing from a house on Lake Champlain. Gary Fradkin had a wedding to attend in Atlanta over the reunion weekend so, unfortunately, had to miss the reunion. Gary is still working contract part time with Hentzen Coatings in Milwaukee—ouch, that commute from Nashville to Milwaukee must hurt!!

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Gary is, however, pretty sure that he will wrap up his work life sometime next summer. Gary and his wife, Carol, really enjoy living in Nashville and expect to stay there for the long term. It is not too far to visit their granddaughter, Quinn Noelle, in Atlanta— she will turn two in December. It has been a busy travel year for Gary, with three weeks in Spain last winter, including one week on Gran Canaria island, then a family get-together for a What You Want - Richard Marx - Paid Vacation in Asheville, Beastmode (Edit) - Various - Defqon.1 2017 (File, MP3, MP3) Carolina, in May.

Then a Baltic cruise in the summer with some extra days in Copenhagen before and after the cruise. Next year Gary has scheduled only one big trip—a river cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam. Happy cruising, Gary—great thing to do as you retire. Charlie was at the reunion and notes that we. Most with Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember but not all.

We all expect that more people will make it to the 50th. Charlie noted that Hanover looked pretty much the same, although he thought that Sachem Village has changed quite a bit over the years—much improved. Janet Ganson is continuing her volunteer work in plant conservation and is excited with her first grandson, who was born last Christmas yes, Janet—grandies are so much fun.

Every other week Janet visits her year-old mother in Connecticut plus manages her finances. Janet expects that with these genes, we will be seeing her at many future reunions. The turnout of only about 20 in our class was disappointing, but I really enjoyed the more in-depth discussions it afforded, especially with spouses and the students who lived in Sachem, whom I had not known well on campus. I encourage all who did not come to plan to attend the 50th.

A new feature many of us enjoyed was Tuck Talks: individual alums from a range of classes talking My Baby Just Cares For Me - Nina Simone - What Happened, MIss Simone? a worthwhile retirement project, and experiences at Tuck or in the workplace.

But we had some less common subjects, like Kavney and Halstedt. Rachel Logan of Tuck staff told me that the 45th was universally the least well attended of any reunion year. We especially need to rally some classmates who have periodically attended in the past, like Kelliher, Baxter, Raether, Pfohl, Rauh, and Hotchkies. Our prayers and condolences go out to his family. Don Wilson has had a wonderful summer with his family: the British Open at Carnoustie in Scotland, followed by some glorious African Mirrors, Part 4 • Incl.

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After all that traveling, Don and his wife, Lynn, were eager to return to Vero Beach, Florida, in October— their new home after many years in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Don continues publishing his limited-edition golf books. The next book is in final proof with the printer—Machrihanish: Machaire Shanais Golf ss. Machrihanish is in famous for sunsets and a classic links golf course designed by Old Tom Morris. All is well with Het Werd Zomer - Rob de Nijs - Zijn Allergrootste Successen Hotchkies family.

Like all retirees we seem to travel a lot. We did our first-ever cruise, with ten days from Seward, Alaska, to Vancouver, British Columbia—great cruise and the best way to see Alaska highlights. In September, we did a looong road trip—from Oakland to Port Townsend, Washington, for another Scottish dance weekend then into Canada to Lake Louise, Alberta, which we had last visited in as students on a round North America trip on Greyhound—still as beautiful as ever.

This time we could afford to stay at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise— lovely hotel but The Iceberg Waltz - Beneath Fire & Smoke - The Iceberg Waltz disappointing dining.

Luckily for us the Going-to-the-Sun. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember trip. In the nearby pic we are freezing our tails off near Jasper on September The dates for our 45th!

Reunion are now set for October Watch your mailbox and email inbox for more information as the date approaches! Just a reminder to everyone that we now have a class page on Facebook! On to the news Congratulations to Jim Coakley, who recently celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary.

Jim is retired, and he and his wife live in Maine. Congratulations too to Nick North, who with his wife Susan Keeler North enjoyed their 45th anniversary! Nick was in Boston this summer for an American Brands alumni reunion. Former AB execs from all over the world met in Beantown, taking in a Red Sox game, sightseeing, bar hopping, and restaurant sampling.

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Check out our Facebook page—a great shot of Todd dancing with the bride! It was a busy summer for John Bello. Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed the last issue of Tuck Today, and thanks so much to all of you who sent news, photos, reading suggestions, and feedback! Jim Head vacationed in Moscow and shared many photos through Facebook—looked like he especially enjoyed the chandelier-festooned halls of the Moscow Metro system, Red Square, and the presidential palace.

Lots of cycling through the picturesque French. Larry Edgar took an extended vacation through France, Switzerland, and Italy, his first there since he backpacked across Europe after graduating from BC. Kudos too to Larry, as he just celebrated 45 years as his class secretary for Boston College!

Menno van Wyk is also in Europe as I prepare this column. Before setting off on his trip, Menno kept active with his usual routine of hiking and climbing near Bend, Oregon, and in the North Cascades. John McQuiston dropped me a note just before my deadline, checking in from France. From there it was off to Rome, mixing business with pleasure. Rita leads a family business that provides production support for the Italian film and television industries.

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Fellow Denver resident Jack Tankersley stayed busy this summer too, with syndications for two Meritage portfolio companies and a new fund for individual investors. Tank also serves as a trustee at both his undergrad alma mater, Denison University, and with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Linda and Blaine Gunther have returned from their Latter-day Saints mission to Cyprus and are back home, safe and sound, in Utah. He and Becky have just completed their third year in the Cyprus Friendship Program.

This great initiative involves pairing teenagers from the northern Turkish speaking and southern Greek speaking regions, for a monthlong stay with a U.

The experience includes courses at Stanford, team-building exercises, surfing lessons, and camping, all with the goals of building personal bonds and helping overcome the enmity and mistrust. Before attending the Uf Runca Spinas - Peter Zinsli Und Sini Churer Ländlerfründa - Peter Zinsli Und Sini Churer Ländlerf graduation ceremonies in Cyprus, Brad and Becky journeyed to Indonesia for scuba diving, underwater photography, and hanging out with Komodo dragons.

HJ Markley has been up close and personal with all of the volcanic activity and nasty weather in Hawaii starting back in May.

He was watching intently when Hurricanes Lane and Olivia hit. Good to hear everything was ok. Got a great update from Bill Weston! He retired from Dentsply International in and now divides his time between residences in Switzerland and Florida. The home in Switzerland sits on beautiful Lake Constance, and Bill and family spend summers there.

The restoration of this ca. When the weather turns nippy, he heads to Bonita Springs, FL, where golf, Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Rememberand tooling around on a Harley keep him busy. The Weston clan includes 2 daughters and two granddaughters. Daughter Kathrin is an attorney and lives with her 2 daughters in Zurich; daughter Alexandra lives and works in Munich. Other news from Bill—inhe and a partner bought a sailing yacht in the Med, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

Alas, he ended up selling his share of the boat after a falling out with his partner, proving the old adage that the two best days of boat ownership are the day you buy and the day you sell! On the health front, Bill reports that he has fully recovered from a cycling accident suffered while training for a Transalp bike ride, where his injuries included Myers area. Checking in from the Florida Keys, Jake Jacobsen Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember that the rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Irma are now completed, just in time for the next hurricane season!

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The Kellers always summer on their boat at the top of Vancouver Island. This year featured a family reunion aboard, with kids and grandchildren, all enjoying great fishing, crabbing, and wildlife sightings that included bears, eagles, porpoise, and humpback and killer whales.

Before heading out on the boat, though, the Kellers went to Arusha, Tanzania, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the school they support there. Daughter Jen and her family still live in Nairobi, so Jim and Judy stopped in for a visit with them on the way to Arusha.

From there, Jim still regularly commutes to his box plant in Hawaii; Barons Winery in Washington, where he is a partner; and UVM, where he serves as a trustee.

Rich Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember checked in from Houston. While in Sun Valley for a conference, he and Sandy caught their limit of trout on the Salmon River—go to our Facebook page to see a great photo of Sandy Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember a beautiful rainbow she. A Keeper of Bees, by Allison Wallace. From John McQuiston. Life 3. A book that discusses artificial intelligence and its impact on the future of life on earth.

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Hank Hakewill is keeping busy with his consulting practice, fishing, and family, though not necessarily in that order! By the time this column goes to press, grandchild 4 will have joined the Hakewill portfolio.

Hank and family are all avid fishermen, and Hank noted with some pride that his 8- and 6-year-old grandsons now cast, hook, and land their own fish without any help from Grandpa! Well done! Your classmates offer the following book recommendations for you to check out:. Thanks to all for staying in touch!

More time to travel when and where we like is one of the great rewards of retirement. Please let me know of your travel plans or send me a trip report! Top off the evening with light fare Uf Runca Spinas - Peter Zinsli Und Sini Churer Ländlerfründa - Peter Zinsli Und Sini Churer Ländlerf a glass of wine, premium beer, or other beverages available for purchase on the Esplanade.

Through a regularly scheduled series of concerts each summer, carillonneurs from around the world delight Garden visitors with the captivating music of the bell Theodore C. Butz Memorial Carillon. Sincethe carillon has remained both a noted landmark and a source of remarkable music at the Garden.

Crafted in Holland, the tower's bronze bells and playing device with a range of four octaves constitutes one of the few hand-played carillons in the nation. Watch the sun set over the Smith Fountain. Please Note: You are encouraged to bring your own chairs as the Garden has a limited supply available each evening. Participants may bring lawn chairs and refreshments. Food Trucks:?? Please be prepared to show your ID if you will be enjoying an alcoholic beverage at our concerts.

Leashes must be no more than six feet in length. Visitors may not bring : Outside alcoholic beverages. Parking and shuttle service is available at lower Park West parking lot! Accessible Pets and alcoholic beverages are prohibited at all concerts! Join us for free performances in the park! We are partnering with local restaurants to offer specials at their locations.

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We look forward to another fun and exciting year of Music in the Park. Concerts are held in Towne Center on Wednesday evenings. Due to requests from our business community, sponsorship opportunities will be available. If you would like to receive information on how you can sponsor Music in the Park, or about being a restaurant vendor, please contact Parking spaces are first come, first serve, and tend to fill up early for participating cruisers.

Cruise Night will take place on Main Street near the Concert area. Orange safety cones will mark Cruise Night parking for the event, and will be set up by pm for Cruisers who chose to come and secure their parking spot early!

RiverWalk, Houston St. The concerts will be held on select Wednesdays throughout the summer from pm and will feature a variety of musical acts. Alcohol is strictly prohibited. The Batavia Parks Foundation will also be offering a fun scavenger hunt during the concert on July 24! If you can't join us in person, watch on BATV! Any food brought in should be ready to eat. Cooking food on-site will not be permitted. No alcohol will be sold at the concert.

Attendees are permitted to bring in alcoholic drinks. No smoking is permitted. Dogs are allowed on Village property they must be on a leash at all times. Pack up the family and a picnic dinner and join us for an evening of music and entertainment. No registration necessary, picnic baskets, blankets and lawn chairs welcome.

Performing Arts Center, W. Rain or shine! If it rains at 6pm We will move inside the Library to the Auditorium. Elvis Impersonator Michael St.

Bataan Park, N. Ninth Ave. Proesel Park, N. Kostner Ave. Concerts are located near the big tent in Proesel Park Kostner Ave. Bring your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments, or purchase food and beverages from our concession stand, which will remain open during the event.

William E. Picnic baskets, lawn chairs, blankets always welcome. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be cancelled. Memorial Park Gazebo, 76th Ave. Wheaton Public Library, N. In the event of rain, concerts will be held in the lower level large meeting room. Limited seating provided, please feel free to bring your own blankets or Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember. Our concert series is just like Ravinia,but without the driving,parking or prices.

In case of Aint No Way - Lloyd Williams - Aint No Way weather, concerts will bemoved into the Family Recreation Center gym. For weather and location updates, please call the park district at Concert Weather Hotline -Thursday nights, from June August 1 at 7p Food will be available for purchase from Chase Events, cash only.

Menu on website. Production Deduction - Various - Slithering Out From . Under Floorboards: Live Radio Performances Prairie Bandshell, W. For more information, contact Lori Bachrach at mailto:lbachrach bgpkr. In case of rain, concerts will be cancelled. In the event of questionable weather, you can check our Weather Hotline at Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, friends and family out to the Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember Farm Park for this exciting concert series.

Refreshments will be available at the concession stand. Please do not park on the grass. Turner Park, W. What a great way to meet up Star Trek - Various - Les Plus Grands Thèmes De Science-Fiction your friends and neighbors, listen to some great music, and enjoy our beautiful Turner Park!

Turner Park is located at 81 E. Devon Ave in Roselle. For more information call Bring your lawn chairs and blankets! North School Park, N. Arlington Heights Rd, Arlington Heightsext.

Bring a blanket or lawn chair. Alcohol and dogs are not allowed in any Arlington Heights park. In case of rain, the concerts will be cancelled. Call the Hotline: ext. Illinois Ave. Sponsored by: Glenview State Bank Chestnut Square at The Glen, Inclement weather: Park Center, Chestnut Ave, Call the outdoor weather hotline at after 6 pm the day of the performance or click here to sign up for a text or email alert through our Rainout Line.

Explicit - Various - Accapellas Volume 8 Goal: Zero Waste! Please help us reduce our trash by taking everything that you bring into the park. Bring a blanket, lawn chairs and picnic basket and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Parking; During the concerts the main parking lot is blocked off for handicap and seniors. Performers subject to change based on availability. Seating: In the interest of safety, fairness and maintenance, seating Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember in the Bowl will not be reserved before 6 p.

Items left earlier will be removed. Blankets are not permitting in the main seating grass area and may not be used to reserve Avoid Individual Responsibility - Âmes Sanglantes - Crackdown for chairs.

Lawn chairs no recliners may be used only in the grass; wooden benches are provided on the stone terracing.

Parking: Unrestricted parking in the Gillson Beach Parking lot begins at p. Before p. Starlight Patio: For picnicking pleasure in the park, food and beverages are available at the Starlight Patio. The Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember stand opens at p. Full food services begins at 6 p.

How Can I Resist You? Bring your lawn chair and blankets. The Cafe is open to offer a wide selection of food and beverages. Parking fee may apply for non-Lake County residents, No registration required. CallConcerts are Tuesday evenings throughout the summer starting at p. In the event of rain, concerts will be held on Thursday of the same week. Arrive early to secure a spot; cars are turned away when parking is full.

Pack a picnic, or purchase a light Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remembersnack or beverage from the preserve's walk-up cafe. Bring blankets and lawn chairs.

No rain dates. No concert on July 3. With the exception of service animals, pets are not permitted in this preserve. Highland Ave. Continue until Ridge Road and turn west. Park opens at p. Starry Nights is a smoke-free event. In case of inclement weather, call the rain hotline:ext.

The gates open at 6 p. Village E-mail jmarino village. Note : For the safety, comfort and convenience of attendees, the Village no longer allows tables, tarps, or construction tape at the concert. Sun umbrellas are also prohibited. Chairs and coolers are still welcome and encouraged.

The family-friendly Mid-Summer Classics concert series takes place during the month of July. There will also be four Tuesday night concerts July 9, 16, 23 and 30 held on the Village Green Wellington. The entertainment features music from a variety of decades and genres. Food and drink purchases are available at an affordable price for the family. For the safety, comfort and convenience of attendees, the Village no longer allows tables, tarps, or construction tape at the concert.

Summer Concert Series ! Amphitheater, Community Park, E. All performances are free, so pack a picnic, pull up a lawn chair, and enjoy your summer music experience. All performances begin promptly at 7 p.

Klein Park 97th St. Pack your picnic basket, bring your blankets or lawn chairs, and treat your family and friends to some outstanding entertainment. Call the Recreation Department office in case of inclement weather. Concert in the ParkMusic on the Green ! Have dinner at your favorite Village Center restaurant, grab a bottle of wine and a picnic blanket, and join us for a night After The Party - John Ashley - Born To Rock music on the front lawn of Village Hall!

Concerts are held on Tuesday evenings at pm during the months of June and July. Concerts are held at Harrer Park Pavilion in the north end of the park. Harrer Park is located at Dempster Street. At each concert, a different local restaurant is featured.

You will find a complete listing of this year's concert series in the summer brochure that will be posted on this web site in early May. Thank you Park View School! Food and drink available Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember purchase.

Concert in the ParkConcert Series ! For concert updates, please call Join Harris Bank and the Barrington Park District for an evening filled with live music, food, and free iveaways. All concerts will feature free popcorn, compliments of Harris Bank.

Food available for purchase. Concert in the ParkMain Street Nights ! Vendors on hand selling food and drinks! The evening starts at p. In case of rain, performances will be moved to Dining on the Green, Main Street. For weather related changes or cancellations, please callfor general inquiries, River Park, N.

River Lane. Concerts in the Park will be held at River Park, N. River Park is located on the Poison Cherry - Snake Hip Shakes - Worst ~Very Best Of Snake Hip Shakes~ side of the Fox River, just north of Route Parking is available on the street and in nearby city parking lots.

River Park is ADA accessible. Remember Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember bring a blanket or lawn chair. Be sure to check the website for updates. Enjoy dinner from one of our weekly food trucks or restaurants. Relax with a refreshing beverage, live weekly entertainment and Cruise Night! Be sure to check our web site and Facebook page for weekly updates! Plus, concessions available. BYO-lawn chair too! Community Concert Series !

Online ticket sales will end at noon the Thursday before each concert The Iceberg Waltz - Beneath Fire & Smoke - The Iceberg Waltz. Tickets and Memberships may be purchased at the gate.

No advance ticket discounts. Kasey Meadow Park, W. Van Kampen Stage! Free Parking! Park, LaGrange Park, Rain out hotline ext. Downtown Lemont Seating opens at 6 p. All Concerts begin at 7 p. Each week we will feature a different type of music, appealing to all ages.

Free concerts begin at P and run until approximately P. Concessions are available onsite. Bench seating is available, first come first serve. Would you like to perform at a Music Monday event? Performances for Music Monday events have been booked, however, inquiries may still be submitted for future consideration. Concerts are held weekly on Thursday evenings Tiger Stripes - Shellshag - Whyd I Have To Get So High? Towne Park and begin at p.

The FREE concert is a great way to enjoy the summer evening with your family and friends. Richard A. Rock Amphitheater. Terraced seating is available. Attendees are also encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets.

Concessions will be sold by MainStreet Plainfield, Inc. If inclement weather is Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Rememberthe concert will be held in the Village Hall or rescheduled. The concession stand opens at 6 pm; concerts begin at Morris for the past years. The Kable Band is under the direction of Andy Eckhart.

Guest performers contribute to the evening every Wednesday. Ice Cream Social begins at 7pm. Concert begins Lullaby [RS3 Arched-Rs Home Demo] - The Cure - Disintegration - Rare Sessions pm. Wednesday night concerts schedule for begins on June 12 through August 31, Friday nights have now been added to the mix, thanks in part to the Mt.

Morris Village Board and from the idea of Mt. Morris resident Larry Ubben. These concerts provide local talent the opportunity to come to the stage and present a fun evening for the community. Each Friday Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Rememberlocal organizations will be providing food, groups and organizations are also encouraged to sign up for concessions of their own offering sandwiches, etc. Concerts run from pm. NEAT Restaurant will be hosting a lot of new activities including laser tag and live music.

It is our hope to bring visitors to Westmont, which will help promote our central business district and brand our downtown as a destination that provides fun for the whole family. Set-up on Cass begins at p.

Each week will feature classic cars, live bands, kids activities, DJs, radio station promotions, street fair vendors, and more. Two Live Bands Every Event! All Cars Welcome! Concert in the ParkGroov'n in the Grove ! Concession and beverages available for a small fee. Free popcorn! Please call the Community Center at for more information.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase from White Cottage. Outside coolers welcome. Robert O. All concerts begin at 7 pm. Free Admission. Our best to everyone as we approach the holidays and the New Year. Live that dash!!! Sorry I missed the reunion, and I look forward to hearing all about Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember weekend. It has been a busy travel year for the Hotchkies family, and we just could not make it this time. Looking forward to our 50th in five years.

Good news from Scott Fitzsimmons, who writes that he and his wife Connie are doing well—they are now in their 20th year in Tequesta, on the east coast of Florida. Scott retired earlier this year after leading a consumer health care company Kramer Labs.

He is relieved not to need to travel back and forth to Miami every week. Agree with that, Scott—I do not miss commuting at all!!

Scott and Connie Twilight Solo - Yul Anderson - The Wind Starlight living very close to the ocean and have Blood Moon - Dakosa - Blood Moon / So Long (File) very comfortable Florida lifestyle.

He notes that they are blessed to have both their adult children living in the same town. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember memory serves though it does not always serve these daystheir son is now about 30 and is an avid surfer and fisherman, and their daughter Julianne is now probably Unfortunately, Scott and Connie were not able to attend the reunion this year but were able to visit Hanover two years ago.

It was a great return visit. While many things had changed, they felt right at home. Want to share your news? Scott would love to hear from any classmates heading down to Florida.

Nice to hear from Bill Lawliss, who writes that he is enjoying retirement and continues to be active: skiing, tennis, and golf, although it is getting tougher at 77, he says. Wow, Bill, that is awesome.

Bill and his wife, Maggie, are reasonably healthy, although Maggie is waiting for an appointment to get her second knee replaced. Seems like quite a few of my friends and relatives have new knees or hips. They all live in Portland, Oregon, so Bill is getting pretty good at streaming games on television. Their other son lives in Bar Harbor, Maine—he is married, but has no children. Bill and Maggie have returned to their Vermont roots and are now living in South Burlington, Vermont, in a condo after downsizing from a house on Lake Champlain.

Gary Fradkin had a wedding to attend in Atlanta over the reunion weekend so, unfortunately, had to miss the reunion. Gary is still working contract part time with Hentzen Coatings in Milwaukee—ouch, that commute from Nashville to Milwaukee must hurt!!

Gary had intended to stop working this summer but was asked to stay on for some project work for one more year, and he agreed to assist. Gary is, however, pretty sure that he will wrap up his work life sometime next summer. Gary and his wife, Carol, really enjoy living in Nashville and expect to stay there for the long term.

It is not too far to visit their granddaughter, Quinn Noelle, in Atlanta— she will turn two in December. It has been a busy travel year for Gary, with three weeks in Spain last winter, including one week on Gran Canaria island, then a family get-together for a week in Asheville, North Carolina, in May.

Then a Baltic cruise in the summer with some extra days in Copenhagen before and after the cruise. Next year Gary has scheduled only one big trip—a river cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam. Happy cruising, Gary—great thing to do as you retire. Charlie was at the reunion and notes that we. Most with spouses but not all. We all expect that more people will make it to the 50th. Charlie noted that Hanover looked pretty much the same, although he thought that Sachem Village has changed quite a bit over the years—much improved.

Janet Ganson is continuing her volunteer work in plant conservation and is excited with her first grandson, who was born last Christmas yes, Janet—grandies are so much fun. Every other week Janet visits her year-old mother in Connecticut plus manages her finances.

Janet expects that with these genes, we will be seeing her at many future reunions. The turnout of only about 20 in our class was disappointing, but I really enjoyed the more in-depth discussions it afforded, especially with spouses and the students who lived in Sachem, whom I had not known well on campus.

I encourage all who did not come to plan to attend the 50th. A new feature many of us enjoyed was Tuck Talks: individual alums from a range of classes talking about a worthwhile retirement project, and experiences at Tuck or in the workplace. But we had some less common subjects, like Untitled - Boyzone - Boyzone / Solstice and Halstedt.

Rachel Logan of Tuck staff told me that the 45th was universally the least well attended of any reunion year. We especially need to rally some classmates who have periodically attended in the past, like Kelliher, Baxter, Raether, Pfohl, Rauh, and Hotchkies.

Our prayers and condolences go out to his family. Don Wilson has had a wonderful summer with his family: the British Open at Carnoustie in Scotland, followed by some glorious trout fishing on the Missouri River in Montana, and then wonderful salmon fishing in the Queen Charlotte Islands off the northern coast Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember British Columbia. After all that traveling, Don and his wife, Lynn, were eager to return to Vero Beach, Florida, in October— their new home after many years in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Don continues publishing his limited-edition golf books. The next book is in final proof with the printer—Machrihanish: Machaire Shanais Golf ss. Machrihanish is in famous for sunsets and a classic links golf course designed by Old Tom Morris.

All is well with the Hotchkies family. Like all retirees we seem to travel a lot. We did our first-ever cruise, with ten days from Seward, Alaska, to Vancouver, British Columbia—great cruise and the best way to see Alaska highlights. In September, we did a looong road trip—from Oakland to Port Townsend, Washington, for another Scottish dance weekend then into Canada to Lake Louise, Alberta, which we had last visited in as students on a round North America trip on Greyhound—still as beautiful as ever.

This time we could afford to stay at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise— lovely hotel but somewhat disappointing dining. Luckily for us the Going-to-the-Sun. Great trip. In the nearby pic we are freezing our tails off near Jasper on September The dates for our 45th! Reunion are now set for October Watch your mailbox and email inbox for more information as the date approaches!

Just a reminder to everyone that we now have a class page on Facebook! On to the news Congratulations to Jim Coakley, who recently celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary.

Jim is retired, and he and his wife live in Maine. Congratulations too to Nick North, who with his wife Susan Keeler North enjoyed their 45th anniversary! Nick was in Boston this summer for an American Brands alumni reunion. Former AB execs from all over the world met in Beantown, taking in a Red Sox game, sightseeing, bar hopping, and restaurant sampling. Apparently weddings in Morocco are not for the faint of heart—Bill reports getting only an hour of sleep a night Hollis Jam - Pierre Christophe Trio - Byard By Us Live ! the festivities!

Check out our Facebook page—a great shot of Todd dancing with the bride! It was a busy summer for John Bello. Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed the last issue of Tuck Today, and thanks so much to all of you who sent news, photos, reading suggestions, and feedback! Jim Head vacationed in Moscow and shared many photos through Facebook—looked like he especially enjoyed the chandelier-festooned halls of the Moscow Metro system, Red Square, and the presidential palace.

Lots of cycling through the picturesque French. Larry Edgar took an extended vacation through France, Switzerland, and Italy, his first there since he backpacked across Europe after graduating from BC. Kudos too to Larry, as he just celebrated 45 years as his class secretary for Boston College! Menno van Wyk is also in Europe as I prepare this column. Before setting off on his trip, Menno kept active with his usual routine of hiking and climbing near Bend, Oregon, and in the North Cascades.

John McQuiston dropped me a note just before my deadline, checking in from France. From there it was off to Rome, mixing business with pleasure. Rita leads a family business that provides production support for the Italian film and television industries. The project now underway is the third season of I Medici—Medici: Masters of Florence for all of you non-Italian speakers!

The golf game took a back seat to completing the project this summer, but Vandy did manage to squeeze. As this column goes to press, Vandy and Betty will be in France for a barge cruise through Burgundy, with side trips planned to Dijon and Paris. Fellow Denver resident Jack Tankersley stayed busy this summer too, with syndications for two Meritage portfolio companies and a new fund for individual investors.

Tank also serves as a trustee at both his undergrad alma mater, Denison University, and with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Linda and Blaine Gunther have returned from their Latter-day Saints mission to Cyprus and are back home, safe and sound, in Utah. He and Becky have just completed their third year in the Cyprus Friendship Program. This great initiative involves pairing teenagers from the northern Turkish speaking and southern Greek speaking regions, for a monthlong stay with a U.

The experience includes courses at Stanford, team-building exercises, surfing lessons, and camping, all with the goals of building personal bonds and helping overcome the enmity and mistrust. Before attending the CFP graduation ceremonies in Cyprus, Brad and Becky journeyed to Indonesia for scuba diving, underwater photography, and hanging out with Komodo dragons.

HJ Markley has been up close and personal with all of the volcanic activity and nasty weather in Hawaii starting back in May. He was watching intently when Hurricanes Lane and Olivia hit.

Good to Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember everything was ok. Got a great update from Bill Weston! He retired from Dentsply International in and now divides his time between residences in Switzerland and Florida. The home in Switzerland sits on beautiful Lake Constance, and Bill and family spend summers there.

The restoration of this ca. When the weather turns nippy, he heads to Bonita The Bitch Is Back - Sinergy - Beware The Heavens / To Hell And Back, FL, Bad - U2 - First Night Of The 1992 World Tour golf, tennis, and tooling around on a Razorblade Express - Strong Intention - Razorblade Express keep him busy.

The Weston clan includes 2 daughters and two granddaughters. Daughter Kathrin is an attorney and lives with her 2 daughters in Zurich; daughter Alexandra lives and works in Munich.

Other news from Bill—inhe and a partner bought a sailing yacht in the Med, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Alas, he ended up selling his share of the boat after a falling out with his partner, proving the old adage that the two best days of boat ownership are the day you buy and the day you sell!

On the health front, Bill reports that he has fully recovered from a cycling accident suffered while training for a Transalp bike ride, where his Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember included Myers area.

Checking in from the Florida Keys, Jake Jacobsen reports that the rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Irma are now completed, just in time for the next hurricane season! By the time you read this, Judy and Jim Keller may well have taken him up on the invitation—they have a timeshare in the Keys, not far from Jake and Marnie!

The Kellers always summer on their boat at the top of Vancouver Island. This year Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember a family Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember aboard, with kids and grandchildren, all enjoying Second Time Around - Mindy Simmons - Is That All There Is A Peggy Lee Tribute fishing, crabbing, and wildlife sightings that included bears, eagles, porpoise, and humpback and killer whales.

Before heading out on Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember boat, though, the Kellers went to Arusha, Tanzania, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the school they support there. Daughter Jen and her family still live in Nairobi, so Jim and Judy stopped in for a visit with them on the way to Arusha.

From there, Jim still regularly commutes to his box plant in Hawaii; Barons Winery in Washington, where he is a partner; and UVM, where he serves as a trustee. Rich Andrews checked in from Houston. While in Sun Valley for a conference, he and Sandy caught their limit of trout on the Salmon River—go to our Facebook page to see a great photo of Sandy and a beautiful rainbow she.

A Keeper of Bees, by Allison Wallace. From John McQuiston. Life 3. A book that discusses artificial intelligence and its impact on the future Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember life on earth.

From Dave Wilhoite. These Truths, by Jill Lepore. A fast-moving and entertaining single-volume history of the United States. From yours truly. The Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember now divide their time between winters in Florida and the rest of the year in Sun Valley. Dave Wilhoite laments that his golf game has been suffering of late, as his handicap has risen 2 full strokes this summer; he thinks it might have something to do with playing too much!

Hank Hakewill is keeping busy with his consulting practice, fishing, and family, though not necessarily in that order! By the time this column goes to press, grandchild 4 will have joined the Hakewill portfolio.

Hank and family are all avid fishermen, and Hank noted with some pride that his 8- and 6-year-old grandsons now cast, hook, and land their own fish without any help from Grandpa! Well done! Your classmates offer the following book recommendations for you to check out:. Thanks to all for staying in touch! More time to travel when and where we like is one of the great rewards of retirement.

Please let me know of your travel plans or send me a trip report! Look nearby for a photo of Nancy with her tour guide! Just last September we were in Alameda to visit our daughter Alanna and her husband, Buck.

She is a practice manager at a San Francisco eye clinic, and he is an engineer at Google in Mountain View. While in Alameda we stayed at a cozy Airbnb that I can recommend highly.

I love having a place with a complete kitchen where I can wreak my culinary miracles, and this kitchen was especially complete—Keurig coffee maker, blender, cocktail shaker, and so on.

Alameda is a good location for a tourist visiting the Bay Area. Kathleen and Tom continue to travel frequently. Tom keeps in touch with Doug Cozad, who still works in his financialplanning business and splits his time between Arizona and Minneapolis. Dean Slaughter said a few Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember. Dean Hennessey was very special to me John Salek retired this past June after 42 years in finance. He continues to do some freelance consulting and develops training programs.

However, his major focus is his son in Philly, daughter in DC, and two soon to be three grandchildren. John still teaches a cash-flow course for veterans starting their own businesses, sponsored by the Wounded Warrior Project and the University of Connecticut. Thank you, John, for your service to veterans. I saw him for a goodbye lunch with Rick Routhier in New York this week. See photo nearby. Bob explains his reasons for retiring now. Seems like a sign that it is time for me to be put out to pasture.

Rick Routhier and I tried to play golf at his club twice last year, and it did not work out. But we finally made it a few weeks ago and had a great time, except for the ferocious black flies that attacked our ankles on the last 7 holes.

Rick had his second hip done earlier this year, is well on the mend, and is as fit as ever. His golf game is better than ever and puts mine to shame. Nearby is a picture of Rick and Sarah on their way to Nantucket this past August for a brief getaway.

Joanie and John Morosani stopped in London prior to boarding a 65th-birthday-present cruise to St. They had a very festive dinner with Anthony Simpson at an Indian restaurant in Westminster called the Cinnamon Club, where they traded stories about their respective children and reminisced about their days in Hanover.

John and Joanie then took a day cruise through the Baltic, winding up in Copenhagen. After spending a few days in Berlin, they returned to Litchfield. I am very lucky to have been joined on the farm by our son Daniel and his wife Bunny, who are enjoying learning the grass-fed beef business, turning it into a real family farm. In addition to the farm work, I was just elected to the Litchfield Board of Education.

I have been trying to bring some of the financial-management skills and accountability that we learned at Tuck to an environment that appears to be lacking in both. I recall those days you lived in Hong. Craig Tapley retired 2 years ago after teaching finance at the University of Florida for 35 years and being an administrator there for 12 of. Although he also taught graduate courses, he estimates that he taught over 40, students in the introductory finance class over those 35 years.

What also took a while to get used to was, in the later years, having a number of students each year who were children of my former students. For current news, Trish and Craig renovated their retirement lake house not too far from Gainesville. To keep busy, I am restoring a little acres private cemetery by our house that had become completely overgrown with weeds, saplings, vines, dead trees, etc.

I now take care of it and keep it mowed. I also use my tractor, with a box blade and a drag mat, to keep our Milva - Tango road graded. Unfortunately, old age keeps coming at me. But I now work out, lost over pounds, and then just got my hip replaced. Plan to do traveling once Trish decides to retire. I have already been checking out Harley and Gold Wing trikes for after I complete my physical therapy.

Cris Jacobs has decided to put together his life-coaching skills and experience as a pension portfolio manager and has become a financial advisor at Edward Jones. They did a lot of work with Peter Drucker years ago, and they actually listened to him I can see his DNA in the culture. He is afraid to send a more recent one.

Think of all the golf balls I can buy with the savings. Golf season is coming to an end soon but not before I was invited to play at Shinnecock Hills and National Golf Links.

See photos nearby. It is considered the oldest structure in America built specifically for the purpose of a golf clubhouse. Meg does volunteering and traveling, like all retirees do. There are Não metas coisas nessa cabecinha - Zé Cabra - Ao Vivo Maxime (DVD) lot of new arrivals on both sides of her family, plus one in Australia.

Well, in the summertime, you would be mostly correct. But Joel Barad still likes to garden, cook French food, and has taken up going to at least one lecture a week, often at the New York Historical Society. I no longer go to the opera. So I gave up my subscription and now pick and.

At National Golf Links, the windmill was erected by C. B Macdonald, the course architect, after Daniel Pomeroy, an early member of the club, had mused that it would be nice to have a windmill there. Macdonald, who owned the land, went ahead, built the mill, and proceeded to send Pomeroy the bill. Admit it. You check on the class notes when you get Tuck Today. So send me some notes to share with the others. Dear folks, We have an update Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember Mike and Nicole Montgomery.

Their son Colyn married a French lass, Lauren, this summer, and French is now their house language. They attached a photo of sunrise from their home in Megeve, France. An update on Arthur and my move to a retirement community: we still love it and are very grateful that we are here.

Arthur has been made the head of the technology committee, which of course our grandson, Aron, to whom we always go for technology help, thinks is hilarious. About five years ago I was given a 5-year life estimate by my wonderful Stanford doctor.

Remember the old trichinosis? Well, it apparently made a mess of Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember diaphragm muscles, which power my breathing. Any little thing like an airplane flight or a flu could be a disaster. The report has always been the same. But in March of this year I saw him again, and he said the tests show Daras Bina - Smt.

M. S. Subbulakshmi* - Meera Bhajans radical improvement in my oxygen levels and now show that if things got bad I could have oxygen administered. I now plan to stay around for awhile. Although I have recently taken to riding battery-powered scooters which are an absolute gasso my deadline might be soon anyway. And Don and Betsy Derrick, who again opened their home for the first-night reception, which always gets the weekend off to a great start.

Green Stars for all! This reunion had a major subplot: the return of the notorious Chase Ghetto. Yes, Walter Wally, Walt, Skip Grodahl, Benjie Byrnside successfully retired after selling his manufacturing companyRoger Soderberg who instigated the minireunionDwight Dingwall poor 3D had some kind of flu bug after journeying all the way from Vietnamand designated Earthling John Heywood.

That gathering alone was worth the trip, and what a trip it was. Life is good; Nicole and I try to live each day. How about a report and some photos, Carl?? In his session with the reunion classes on Saturday morning, Dean Matt Slaughter Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember a handful of people at random and asked why they returned for the reunion. That captured it. Seeing friends. And not just the people you hung around with back in the day.

Ralph Carlton made it back for his first Tuck reunion. One of our very few classmates who worked for the same employer his entire career, Scott Hunter, is retiring from Ford at the end of this year. Longtime Denver resident Sir Brian Deevy had to work through conflicts during the baseball playoffs, with the local favorite Rockies eliminating his native Cubs, and the Braves, owned by Liberty Media, also in the mix. Linda still runs the best independent toy store you ever saw—Ambassador Toys in San Francisco.

Jack Sullivan, now retired from Samsonite, lives in Denver but remains true to his Boston sports roots, avoiding the conflicted feelings plaguing Deevy. Luisa Hunnewell and Larry Newman are continuing in the investment and real estate management business, respectively, in Manhattan. Still awaiting their eventual relocation to Wellesley. The Macker came back! Mark Kimak cracked everyone up with reminiscences of secondyear job interviews taken only for the purpose of nearby skiing boondoggles.

Randy Miller continues to consult with the boards of public pension plans. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember had a nice visit with Pam and Angelo Ianello while in Tacoma recently.

Rick Mayberry has found the anti-aging formula: put all three of your kids through Dartmouth. Jay Mixter is finding fulfillment teaching entrepreneurship at his undergrad alma mater, Tufts University, Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember mentoring Here I Go Again - The Hollies - Swedish Hits And More companies. Rem Laan joined us from Santa Barbara, where he is in semiretirement, which would translate to overtime for average people.

Among other pursuits, Rem is regional head of the Porsche Club of America. He, Charlie Johnston, and I will always be bound by our Tuck years and by our harrowing time Funk Me - Richard Les Crees - Bahia a company that must not be named.

And, yes, CJ was back for the reunion, his first since the first. Paul still plays old-guy hockey. And let me pause at this point to say that probably around half of our Allegretto - Gitarrenduo Klaus Und Rainer Feldmann* - Gitarrenduo Klaus Und Rainer Feldmann are now retired or engaged with postretirement activities.

If any of you are on the fence, such as Tanna Moore, still young and vibrant in her role as CEO of Meritas, a legal resources network, please contact Mr. Timmins, who will be eager to share the joys of a self-structured lifestyle. As you decade or two ago. And our Guy, on the ocean, and in the sky of the Philippines Randy Millian, as Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember delivering the goods.

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Too much Irish whiskey by this air base outside of the US mainland. This is time for your faithful correspondent. Roger why I cannot make the reunion. And thank you to all our classmates in the rewarded. Attendance mandatory! So I think you may have a sense of what you missed I missed a lot and I was there! We received a wonderful note from Bart Brewer, who promises to be with us next time. Donna will no longer receive class notes solicitation emails.

The waitress commented that I must be very hungry. He had the good sense to marry a fellow Mainer and Bowdoin alum. Arabella and I were out in Taos for two Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember and had a blast skiing, hiking, and partying with all the millennials who gathered for the wedding.

We also see Michael and Denise Stern regularly, as Denise is originally from Portland and visits family there. Started in Newport, Rhode Island, and took five days to get to the finish. Finished near the top of our class. The return trip was even more exciting, as I returned with my daughter, Hillary Beach, as a two-handed crew.

Just the start of a great summer! I think we may spend an increasing amount of time in Taos each winter, as the weather is great but I can still alpine and Nordic ski. Her horse is not going. That is all going to change on or about December 7, when my son, Brooks, Jr. There you go. And stop calling me Paul. Now praying for a little cartilage growth. No excuses.

Of course there was a friendly golf tournament at Saratoga National. There were 5 teams with 4 prizes awarded. It You Dont Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis* - Elvis an impressive showing with Tuck and Thayer well-represented. Who knew? Get those treadmills busy! Rob Jevon—pack some sneakers! We had a great day at the Ryder Cup on Friday.

I get Harry has an encyclopedic knowledge of fine food and wine. I see and talk with Buck Parson frequently. I see Frank Sica from time to time—Frank is the most productive person I know. I was chair of the finance committee for Wellesley low bar, huh? Recent Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember We circumvented Monomoy Island off Chatham in our small craft, got stuck in a tide In My Place (Acoustic BBC Session) - Coldplay - A Rush Of B-Sides To Your Head in Nantucket I Want You - Madonna - Something To Remember amateurs, our kids texted.

My wife was rescued by the Chatham Harbormaster by daylight. I stayed with the boat trying to find my way back in the dark impossible then called the Coast Guard—got to set off flares to get located. Saw polar Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Rememberwhales, and more! Walked on the Greenland Ice Sheet!

Had so much fun that we are. And, finally, news from Michael Stern. The least understandable aspect of our class notes is how close they are displayed to the front of this issue. We have several updates from our classmates. Our very best correspondent, Sherry Kernan, reports in from London, a city she reports as wrapping its thinking around Brexit. We were part of a small but perfectly formed group that included a professional baker who had switched from Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember cakes to medical marijuana edibles, an antique clock expert and former literature professor, a community-health nurse practitioner, and Que Le Besara La Mano - Manolo Caracol - Grabaciones Históricas clinical psychiatry professor.

So we had the bases covered for meeting most of our possible needs on the trail. Needless to say, we had lively discussions and thoroughly enjoyed catching up in a smaller setting than the reunions. Rick Hill also checked in with Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember news. Summer was a great time to kick this journey off—but it is Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember with my crazy passion for skiing that I am so looking forward to.

I hear from my sources that he is a fabulous teacher with kids flocking to his courses. Not a surprise. Both buildings have solid 5-star ratings Katie Dolan visited in June, and she and I walked the trail and had a wonderful chance to catch up!

So the place has become an oasis of beauty, comfort, and healing. Follow more at boothbayadventure. And also lucky to enjoy a fun side of life is Mark Hurst.

I last remember seeing Mark in an adjacent subway car in Manhattan in the s. My wife, Christine, and I have been retired for about 10 years, but we sit on some boards and volunteer in the community to stay active. Christine has itchy feet, so we travel a lot to keep her happy. This summer we met our son in Greece, where he was doing an archaeological excavation in Corinth. They have a Kickstarter preorder crowdfunding campaign.

Before we get into the class news or lack thereofwe must first report on a miracle. The Cleveland Browns won a game. A football game. Apparently, this happens when the Browns score more points than the other team does. A Congressional investigation is under way to try to determine how this happened. Stay tuned for updates. Since news flow has dried to a trickle, Tony and I are going to try a more aggressive approach to extracting input from you slackers next time.

Tony argues for carrot free Tuck pencilI argue for stick we send Jim Gaffigan to sleep on your couch for a week. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remember are working out the details. Meanwhile, just a reminder as to the intricate and difficult process required to submit news: open your email, put in mercer. Talk about your life these last few months.

Or, if that fails, type in your ATM passcode. Either works. Then press Send. Remember, Gaffigan is standing or lying by. Congratulations to Hannah and the groom, Stephen Morris. Moonlight Bay - The Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus* - Something To Remembercongratulations. Hope we can keep this out of the Wareham District Court.

Next, a new feature, Usual Suspects Bingo. Having just asked for your help, we can really energize you to provide same by making fun of those who have already assisted. Slick move, we agree. Activities: hiking, golf, biking, wedding, golf, South America, climbing large geological features, wedding with golfbiking to a wedding and then playing golf, Red Sox.

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