Tag: Fred Peters

  • 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 srohrer44@gmail.com. Stu won’t sell it to just anybody. It is November 8, 2023. I don’t believe I can…

  • Watch now: “Where do we go from here?” – Class Zoom discussion May 10, 2022

    Alec Haverstick hosted this open conversation on how to make our 50th reunion as meaningful and inclusive as possible. The session began with news of the passing of our classmate Dan Voll, as noted by Sharon Vaino. Then the reunion ideas began to flow from Lisa Goldman, Harry Hamlin, Steve Blum, Bob Martin, Sandy Wood…

  • February 2022 Class Notes

    (compiled February 4, 2022) Good afternoon from yet another ice storm in New Jersey. I thank God (or the manufacturer) every day for my Yak Trax which fit so nicely on my LLBean shoes and add that grip not quite afforded even by the patented chain link tread. It saves this old guy from falling…

  • Year-End 2021 Class Notes

    Compiled 12/2/21 Where has the year gone? I no sooner submit one set of class notes that I get a notice that I’m overdue on the next set.  Ferris Bueller was right. Life happens to fast, and it is increasingly hard to keep up the pace. Seasons seem to come and go with little to…

  • Fall 2021 Class Notes

    Compiled 9/25/21 Allow me to start off by thanking each and all of you who responded to my query about class zooms and lunches. I owe you all emails but will begin by listing what I hope is an inclusive list of those who responded: David Stone, George Hauptfuhrer, Doug Cassel, Phil Clark, Jay Clayton,…

  • Class Notes March 2021 (for May / June YAM)

    On days when I look at my Outlook calendar and see “Class Notes Due,” my first reaction is not often a good one. In fact, more often than not, it’s one of pure panic: what the hell am I going to say? Sometimes the irreverent in me takes over. I think of making stuff up…