Grant Fletcher ’78

Hi gang …this is a bucket list year of travel to New Guinea, Nicaragua, Maldives, Thailand, China, Mexico, and more. My kids are doing well… Jamie headed to grad school, Katie finishing Yale with studies abroad in Sydney, and Corie looking at colleges. Busy year, all the best… Grant Grant Fletcher CdeP 1978

Cameron Boswell ’97

Cameron’s family has returned to California after two and a half years living in Sydney, Australia, where Cameron worked as Chief Operating Officer in his family’s farming business. He and his wife, Cherilyn, now live in Santa Clarita with sons Grayson (turns 6 in May) and Henry (4). Cameron is focusing on the strategic oversight […]

Martha Gregory ’06

I just got back from Japan where I was playing with an Australian women’s ultimate Frisbee team at Dream Cup, one of Japan’s biggest tournaments. I’m still living in Brooklyn doing freelance film and video editing. I’m also working on a documentary, called Adaptation Now, about climate change as it starts to seriously affect different […]

Cameron Boswell ’97

I recently had a trip back to the U.S. (I live in Australia) which included a visit with Chris Labbe (CdeP 1997) and family in Oregon. I had the opportunity to visit one of the flour mills his company operates in Portland. I stayed with his family at their property outside the city and am […]

Justine Mc Guinness Sneddon ’84

Unfortunately we missed the reunion – but my daughter Amy and I were able to go to California and catch up with some of my old Thacher buddies. We saw Claudia¬†Orejuela Steeves ’84 and her family, Brooke¬†Boynton White ’84 and Sydney Oakes Jones ’84. Here is a photo of Claudia and I while I was […]

Calvin Kim ’05

In June 2013, I was (honorably) discharged as a 1st Lieutenant from the Republic of Korea Air Force, thereby concluding my 40 month-long military service. During my service, I was an interpreter for the bureau within the Republic of Korea Joint Chiefs of Staff responsible for military-to-military diplomacy with our allies around the world. Thanks […]