Stephen Scott ’71

Unique times we’re in. Lynne, our kids and their kids, are all handling the Covid-19 event well, and our son-in-law’s deployment (Marine pilot) was postponed, so that’s a great thing! We’re feeling lucky that we have only the first-world problems of missed skiing and missed trips, and that in retirement we’ve figured out how to […]

Peter Nielsen ’71

How we spent our time in lockdown. We accepted a request from the Ojai Retreat, next to the Krotona Institute, to caretake the vacated cottages. We picked a room as compensation and we weeded, mowed, blew and cleaned for weeks. We enjoyed one of the most beautiful views of the Valley including looking up to […]

Rodd Kelsey ’85

Greetings fellow Toads. In these uncertain times, I hope everyone is doing as well as possible and staying healthy. We are doing fine and while my wife works in healthcare, we’ve avoided any direct impacts so far. I’m still living in Sacramento after 17 years. I continue to work for The Nature Conservancy, now leading […]

Tom Hale ’86

Like everyone one else, I’ve found myself at home with my kids and spending more time on Zoom. While Zoom is no substitute for in person connections, I’ve really enjoyed reconnecting with lots of people from years past, in particular, the memorable filmmakers of Tri-Snake Productions – Mike Kim, John Redfern, and Dave Richardson, all […]

Martha Gregory ’06

Greetings from Brooklyn! After 3 years of teaching film at Kenyon College I’ve moved back to NYC to continue making films full time. I’m working on a few documentary projects and also just navigating quarantine life. I’m feeling even more grateful for the Thacher community in these strange times. Sending CdeP lots of love and […]

Scott Ream ’71

Debra and I have moved to Maine! We sold our NJ home last summer and have been very busy with renovations of our Bar Harbor home. We also are new grandparents. Our youngest daughter Penelope and her boyfriend gave birth to Everett Angelo Yodice the day before Thanksgiving. Mom, Dad, and baby are hunkered down […]