Author: Alec Haverstick

  • March 2024 Class Notes

    March 2024 Class Notes

    For much of the last ten years, writing the class notes has, in the main, been both a joy and a labor of love. Close friends and family have long noted that pitting awriting instrument in my hands is even more problematic than handing me themicrophone on any occasion but especially at any one of…

  • January 2024 Class Notes

    January 2024 Class Notes

    Compiled January 8, 2024 It is January 8th, 2024. Three Kings Day has passed as has the third anniversary of the assault on the capitol (facts are facts; we all saw it and it was no Progressive Insurance ad), and not only has the assault on our senses that will be the 2024 presidential campaign…

  • November 2023 Class Notes

    November 2023 Class Notes

    Compiled 11/8/23 Author’s plea: if we don’t have your current email address, we don’t know how to send you stuff on the reunion. If you get this and haven’t given us your email, please send it to Stu won’t sell it to just anybody. It is November 8, 2023. I don’t believe I can…

  • September 2023 Class Notes

    September 2023 Class Notes

    Compiled 9/4/2023 First, let me thank many of you for your good recent correspondence including Ted Over, Carl Wells and Steve Kase. I appreciated each note very much from Carl, who asserted that, while good fences don’t necessarily make good neighbors, they do prevent his dogs from bolting, to Steve who, while not being able…

  • 50th Reunion dates finalized

    50th Reunion dates finalized

    THE 50TH REUNIONOF THE CLASS OF 1974WILL BEGIN ONTHURSDAY MAY 30TH 2024AND CONTINUE TOSUNDAY JUNE 2NDOF THAT SAME YEAR! Save the datesand stay tuned for more informationfrom your 50th Reunion Steering Committee See the Who’s Coming list so far

  • Vic Corcoran (1951 – 2023)

    I have been honored and grateful for a stream of communication from McKim Symington – one of our class Vietnam vets – about the passing of Vic Corcoran [SM] in Tahiti on March 23rd. It appears Vic eschewed the “grim professionalism” Kingman Brewster claimed to see in us and led a life that more belongs in a novel…