Lloyd A. Sacks ’95

Our twins, a boy and girl, were born a minute apart on January 12, 2012. Ori means “my light” and Romi means “my heights, lofty, exalted” (and is also a derivative of Roma, the Eternal City). Ori came in at 6 pounds, 10 ounces and 20 inches long and Romi was 6 pounds, 6 ounces […]

Peter B. Goodrich ’69

Peter Goodrich participated in the building of thirty houses in Kandal Province, Cambodia, in July for the third year in a row with the Tabitha.org group. After completion, he spent a week visiting Upper-Upper classmate Mui in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, before trekking in Myanmar. From Thailand, Peter then visited Justin and Sandy Faggioli, Dan, […]

Christopher Henze ’59

Couldn’t resist! Am in Bethesda MD, where our daughter, Sabrina, and her husband just presented us with our first grandchild, a boy named Luca. Gorgeous Indian summer here, which must be a good omen for a life just beginning. Here’s a photo of all of us emerging yesterday from Georgetown U. hospital. Best wishes to […]

Emily Kate Wilson ’95

Yes, Jason’s lights are VERY cool! Our son, Jesse, begs to play with it all the time. He especially likes turning off the lights in the bathroom and taking it in the bath with him because it can go underwater! But what he is NOT allowed to do is shine it in his little brother’s […]