Becky Beckett ’80

I have retired from my position as Director of Alternative Education for the Ojai Unified School District. I submitted my letter before the Corona Virus hit, but I think my timing was pretty good!! I am fostering kittens, getting back into dog training/behavior modification (really more for dog owners) going for long walks, reading and […]

Leslie Sligh ’07

After serving in the Peace Corps in Namibia from 2015–2017, I returned stateside accompanied by Mukwetu, a sage, sweet bush dog who adopted me in the village. Her name means “friend.” Mukwetu and I now live in DC where I’m pursing a Masters in Global Human Development at Georgetown’s School of Foreign service. Leslie Sligh […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Kelsey McCarty McRichards ’99

2016 has been a big year. My husband, Andrew, and I married in April on Lake Como and we are now expecting a baby girl at the end of January. We also bought a house, both changed jobs, and adopted a very lovable and energetic puppy named Sota. We are anticipating all of this year’s […]

Meredith Bressie Herrenbruck ’94

Our lives are going well in San Anselmo. Our chickens and two dogs happily co-exist. Our want-to-be sustainable garden is slowly coming along, with lots of great fruits and veggies being enjoyed by us and the squirrels. My first book Becoming Ridiculously Awesome will be coming out in a few months. Writing that was more […]