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 […]

Bill McNabb ’54

Bill McNabb in Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame On October 5, 2018, Bill McNabb, CdeP 1954, was inducted into the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Paso Robles. Bill has long been famous at Thacher for the photo of him picking up an orange at a […]

1982

MIKE VOEVODSKY reporting in for the class, has the following update.  TOM SAIDY; still in DC, Saids says his girls are now in high school and dealing with all those joys.  A new lab puppy is soon to join the family; labrador of course.  Tom, put your good shoes out of reach. MARIAN “MUFFET” HUNTINGTON […]

Marian Huntington Schinske ’82

My son Robert just started his first year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, so we’re experiencing the eerie quiet of the “empty nest.” I’m sure many of my classmates are going through or have gone through the same thing. My heart goes out to you all! In other news, through my nonprofit NovatoSpirit, I’m […]

Eliza Gregory ’99

Eliza, Ryan, Ainsley and their dog Poppy moved to Woodland, Ca this summer. What on earth is Woodland and why would one live there, you ask? It’s a small town just north of Davis, where Ryan is leading a research center focused on community and citizen science. Eliza is now commuting back to SF (womp […]

Lee Follett ’53

Thanks to Pete Voevodsky, our class learned of Jim Griffith’s latest honor. The U of AZ College of Social & Behavioral Sciences has named The Jim Griffith Chair in Public Folklore. Previously Jim received an award from the National Endowment and he also founded the annual Tucson Meet Yourself Festival. Tallying early commitments to the […]