Paul Gavin ’71

Class Career Coincidences – Stephen Scott and Paul Gavin, Class of 1971 After graduating from Thacher in 1971, Steve Scott went on to the University of Colorado, met his wife Lynne and raised two children, Tyler and Stephanie, who went on to marry a US Marine Corps Osprey pilot. That same year Paul Gavin went […]

Gwin (Dick) Whitney ’50

Past: Graduate Stanford and Navy OCS, EX and Navagater USS Moctobi ATF105, Treasure dove with Mel Fischer Nuestra Senora de Atocha, Director and Chairman of Board National Association of Brick Distributors, founded, operated and sold Brick and associated construction products company. Currently Florida resident spending 4 months of summer in Duluth, MN. Continue to play […]

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, […]

William Strong ’58

Will and Linda celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 3, 2017. Their daughters, Abigail and Elizabeth, hosted a celebration of dinner and dancing in their honor at The Ballantyne Hotel, Charlotte. They also took a trip to South America in October, 2016. Will, an army veteran, is retired from a 40-year international business career […]

Henry Field ’12

Henry is receiving an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army after a term of service that spanned several years, including a humanitarian rotation to North Africa and a combat tour in Afghanistan. SPC Field served as a senior combat medic on patrols in Eastern and Southern Afghanistan. He intends to return to coastal Maine and […]

John Busterud ’72

I retired this past year as a Colonel in the Army Reserve after a 24-year career and multiple deployments in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom as well as extended service on the Korean Peninsula. With all this spare time on my hands, I still manage to keep busy at PG&E with climate […]

Tim Sodd ’55

Unfortunately, the ravages of time and travel have finally taken their toll. Therefore Liz and I have moved into an assisted living facility in Catonsville, MD, called Charlestown. It provides the two things we most need at this time of our lives-comfort and security. However, they came at the expense of flexibility and mobility. In […]