Will Wyman ’78

Saludos desde España! Michelle and Will Wyman visited daughter Molly ’12 in Spain to celebrate her 25th birthday and their 35th wedding anniversary on September 29. Arriba los sapos de España!” (Tío Bob would be very pleased to know I’ve finally made the most of his Spanish instruction! 😉 Best to allWill Wyman CdeP 1978

J.P. Manoux ’87

J.P. Manoux and Tom Cole (CdeP87) celebrated their 50th birthdays with pickup soccer in Tanzania and a summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. The adventure introduced eight of Tom’s buddies to some of the wonders of Africa, where he and his wife have worked to better the lives of thousands for many years. J.P. Manoux CdeP 1987

Rhea Wong ’97

It’s been a very Thacher year! Erica Moore, Kayte Fisher and I spent our 40th birthday in Costa Rica together in March. Then, I caught up with Jaime Kellogg in New York at the US Open where we caught up with some great tennis and 23 years. Been traveling for fun this year which includes […]

James “Kirk” Kirkham ’50

Fellow classmate, Miles Carlisle, and I plan to celebrate our 85th birthdays together on May 19, in Bolinas. Included will be mutual good friend, Winnifred Noble, classmate Dr. Morris Noble’s widow. As for me, still married to Kathy Dibblee (57 Years); two children, Lila and James D.; and four grandchildren, Sam and Allison Ansel, Leela and […]

Ric Laurence ’54

This past June, the Laurences and the McNabbs received an invitation from Carol Oxley that their family was planning a surprise birthday party for Bruce on June 26 to celebrate his 80th birthday. Unfortunately Bill McNabb took ill and could not make the trip, but Ann and I did and it was a wonderful celebration. […]

Don Reed ’67

Don celebrated the unveiling of Along the Trail—his sculpture depicting President Reagan astride his favorite horse El Alamein—at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. After 50 years in foundry and sculpting, Don was honored to share his effort as part of the late president’s 105th birthday celebration at the library. His biggest challenge was, “to keep […]