Bill Rubenstein ’74

During 2018, thanks in part to Thacher-inspired outdoor skills, I enjoyed three rewarding volunteer adventures. First, in January, accompanied by a local guide and one porter, I trekked into a remote region of Nepal where villagers were still living in makeshift huts after the recent, devastating earthquake and hand delivered dozens of warm jackets. Later, […]

Sarah Morrow ’00

I moved from San Francisco to Ojai for a change of pace and scenery and I am loving life here. I adopted a puppy and it’s such a treat to take Tintin up to Thacher… he loves watching soccer games and is mesmerized by the horses. I work in travel so I’m often away exploring […]

Scott Ream ’71

Debra and Scott are doing well; sold ‘the big house’, dropped the landline (now using cell phones), and are now ‘animal free’ (no pets) after over 30 years of having various dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, etc. They LOVE the freedom of their new lifestyle splitting time between the NJ townhome (Nov-May) and their cottage in […]

John Heard ’59

John and Anne have moved to Florida, East Ridge at Cutler Bay, just South of Miami, a continuing care retirement community. Son David (class of ’79) is just North of us in Miami with wife and two grandchildren. It is beautiful and green here. We are surrounded by peacocks. I’m is battling health problems, but […]

Natalie Selzer ’08

In summer 2016 three of us from the class of 2008—Meredith Dworkin, Douglas Land, and Natalie Selzer—reconnected in the old Thacher way: during a weekend camping trip (this time with a car full of snacks parked nearby and something other than water in our Sierra Cups). Our outdoor excursion in San Simeon, California, brought back […]

Michael Morse ’69

Michael and wife Sandra are in the earthworm business, raising earthworms and producing castings for soil supplements and leachate for liquid fertilizer. Earthworms are amazing creatures, and could provide part of the solutions to several severe problems: food quality and yield, soil renewal, water conservation and waste disposal. Michael Morse CdeP 1969