Don Porter ’62

In January I had an opportunity to catch up with Charlie Storke and his wife Nancy Faville at the prestigious Palm Springs Kennel Club All-Breed Dog Show in Indio south of Palm Springs. Roger and Jackie Ignon, and I drove down to witness the dedication Charlie and Nancy have for their Rhodesian Ridgebacks, one of […]

Roger Ignon ’62

Roger sponsored a memorial art exhibition for Gui Ignon, The Gui Ignon Memorial Art Show for Young Artists. Gui was father to Roger ’62, Lance ’74, and Sandy. He taught art at Thacher from 1951 to 1963 and his wife, Olga, was the librarian. Gui passed away the summer of 1963. Don Porter ’62 recalls […]

CdeP 1962 Fire and Flood Reports

1962 Don Porter checked on all 1962 classmates affected by the recent fires and floods. Paul Recsei reports, “We live in a chaparral ‘wild land-urban interface’ and were under mandatory evacuation orders for both the fire and then for the deluge. But mandatory does not mean mandatory in this case, so my wife and I […]

Rich Look ’62

Rich visited Michael Ehrhardt in August, after Michael’s strokes, and reports: “His speech was good enough to understand the gist, with the occasional phrase clear as a bell. He has full mobility with his right side which means he will be able to play a keyboard with that hand and arm at some point in […]

Michael Ehrhardt ’62

Michael suffered a stroke in 2005 and another, more severe one, this past February. He is recovering under the loving care of his sister, Gena, and her family at their home in Georgia. Michael says, “Greetings to all – Thanks for kind thoughts and wishes given after my stroke in February. The left side is […]

Ed Lewis ’62

Ed Lewis has no plans to retire. He is having too much fun “guiding his commercial property management company, Keegan and Coppin, to new heights. With 100 buildings housing 800 tenants, it is the largest such company in the north San Francisco Bay area.” Ed and wife Margaret’s daughter Hope and her husband Seth Fenner […]

Roger Ignon ’62

Roger and Jackie Ignon have just completed a new house in Redondo Beach, CA. With a stunning view of the Pacific, it is a spectacular example of au courant modern design – reflecting Landscape Architect Jackie’s practiced and superb command of the vernacular. Roger is trying, with limited success, to retire from Edge Systems, the […]