Tom Saidy ’82

Living in Washington, DC, in the Trump era is anything, but boring. I can see flames coming out of White House chimney from my office! Crazy days. Very different from my days working for George H.W. Bush back in the late 80s and 90s. He was such a great man. Went to his funeral and […]

Beth Roberts Farley ’84

Better late than never: I successfully completed my Master of Education in Professional School Counseling in June 2019. It was a challenge paired with working full-time, parenting 3 kids (still at home), and getting a divorce. But I have learned the true meaning of the saying, “That which does not kill you, makes you stronger” […]

Michaela Andrews ’99

On April 4th, Michaela Andrews and husband, Dr. Jan Bruder, were thrilled to welcome into the world their daughter, Elin Christine Bruder. They continue to live in Münster, Germany, where Michaela has been teaching English, learning German, and studying history, but for now she is enjoying the luxury of some time off from work to […]

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 […]

Robert Rex ’74

The last two years, I participated and rode every mile of the Pablove Pediatric Cancer Fundraiser. The event starts north of San Francisco and ended in Hollywood, 540 miles in seven days, 340 in the first four. At 62, it’s reasonably grueling… I was on the bike 9.5 hours on day three.  Our four man […]