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 […]

Lynn White ’59

My next book, called Rural Roots of Reform before China’s Conservative Change, will be published by Routledge in June; the paperback and hardbound editions are scheduled to appear at the same time. More info Barbara-Sue and I still spend springs and autumns in Princeton but other seasons mostly in Berkeley. Retirement is liberation! Lynn White […]

Meredith Bressie Herrenbruck ’94

A rolling stone gathers no moss, and there is no moss under these feet! Marc and I are blessed to have our second child, Olivia Rhys in September. A week later we found our perfect home in San Rafael. Let’s make change all at once! Why not? Now being mostly moved in, I am focusing […]

Rebekah McFarland ’05

Lots of changes this year! I am busy but happy working as an archivist for the Sisters of the Living Word in Arlington Heights, IL; volunteering regularly as a book conservation assistant at Chicago’s Newberry Library; running my own bookbinding business, McFarland Book Repair; and making journals for my relatively new Etsy shop, LyranJournals. On […]

Eugene Lewis ’93

I want to thank all my ridiculously transcendent teachers from Thacher. In particular, there is one visiting teacher, Diana Nieves-Miranda, who should know how much she has meant to my life of music and service. I am teaching voice lessons and singing here and there, mostly in and around Portland, Oregon. I am a program […]

Hans Nielsen ’71

My wife, Nancy, and I sold our mortgage company and home and journeyed south to Ojai end of June. Got to walk the changed campus, visit the dining hall, stand in my favorite room at the Upper School, and take in a sunset at the outdoor chapel. Ojai has a distinctive smell and the best […]

Peter Cole ’83

I am pleased to be currently in residence at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan at Columbus Circle and 58th Street. Each Friday, through the end of May, I will be in the Artist Studio on the 6th floor, from 9:30-5:30. These are two of the pieces I have been working on while […]

John Busterud ’72

Last spring marked a changing of the guard for the Busteruds as we celebrated our son Tommy’s graduation from West Point (USMA 2013). Tommy was commissioned a Lieutenant of Infantry and is now in Ranger School. I was fortunate to have just returned from a nine month deployment to East Africa in support of the […]