Daniel Gregory ’69

My book was published June 30, 2020, from Princeton Architectural Press: The New Farm: Contemporary Rural Architecture, with an introduction by Abby Rockefeller. It’s about how recent generations of farmers around the globe have reinvented the family farm and its traditions, embracing organic practices and sustainability and, along with them, a bold new use of […]

Mike Voevodsky ’82

Therese and I are in Croatia for the week. Our daughter Mia spent several days along the Dalmatian coast 5 years ago and raved about it: (lots of history, beautiful architecture, the Adriatic Sea, outstanding sea food and affordable – but that was before Game of Thrones. She said “a must see.” So we’re doing […]

Sam Wright ’48 and CdeP 1948

A nice note from Charlton Lewis saying he was happy to read our class notes in the latest Thacher magazine about our 70th reunion, saying it was a little too far for him. Charlton and Roxane are living in a community in Redding Connecticut, outside of Stamford, conveniently located, he says, about an hour from […]

Jesse Gates ’12

I began a Master’s of Architecture degree in fall 2017 at the Southern California Institute of Architecture. I was offered a full scholarship after I attended the school’s Making and Meaning summer program. In my first semester I designed a public library for the Hyde Park neighborhood in Los Angeles. The two photos are of […]

Sandy Walker ’48

Continuing architecture for my sixth year at a rather slow pace. Still see Sam Wright, Peter Dunne, and Elliot Hayne. Kay and I share four of my grandchildren. One doctor, one film maker, one Fulbright scholar in Turkey, and one making very good Keenan wine, while in Brooklyn I have two high school boys and their mom […]

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 […]

Thayer Hopkins ’70

Thayer is continuing with his architectural firm in San Francisco and also serves as a Trustee of the Cathedral School and class rep for the Town School. Thayer also plugged into the study sessions at Thacher during the last reunion to assist in design criteria of the future design center. Thayer Hopkins CdeP 1970

Michael Voevodsky ’82

Is it me, or are others finding the Thacher network is becoming more prominent? The older I get, the tighter the orbits become – you know, the degrees of separation seem closer. I think Thacher has reached a kind of critical mass now. For instance, I moved to Grand Rapids 2 years ago, and was […]

Michael Voevodsky ’82

Just returned from a trip to D.C. where I spent the night with Hunter Hollins and his family. Our daughter Paule, CdeP 2012, is a senior in engineering at George Washington Univ and as a result we’ve been able to hang with the Hollins clan, as well as catching up with Tom Saidy over the […]