Ryan Meyer ’98

Ryan is executive director of UC-Davis Center for Community and Citizen Science which was recently asked by The Resources Legacy Foundation to develop a manual to help people who step forward to lead community restoration efforts to remove dams. “Organizations have recruited citizen-scientists for a long time, but the practice has really taken off in […]

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 […]

Jovi Young Geraci ’94

My family and I are spending a second semester in Bangalore, India, one of my favorite places in the entire world. Robert and I are collaborating on our current research, which involves social media, sarees, community, and Indian identity, and we’re meeting and interviewing some absolutely fascinating people doing incredible work. It’ll be a book […]

John Heard ’59

John and Anne have moved to Florida, East Ridge at Cutler Bay, just South of Miami, a continuing care retirement community. Son David (class of ’79) is just North of us in Miami with wife and two grandchildren. It is beautiful and green here. We are surrounded by peacocks. I’m is battling health problems, but […]

Maggie Reniers ’92

With our son home safely from the Marines and our daughter headed off to Davis in the fall, Gwyn and I are excited to get back down to Ecuador to work on getting our foundation (Latitude) off the ground. We will open both a community acupuncture clinic and an English-language school on our hotel property, […]

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 […]

Stewart Ring ’52

As the President of the Mokule’ia Community Association (MCA) on O’ahu’s North Shore, he continues to be a community activist dedicated to preserving and protecting – and, where possible, improving the quality of life for existing residents. And that means fighting the developers who seek to bring in resorts—and the good news is that he’s […]