Russell Callander ’59

In my recently published book “Jottings of a Geriatric Judge” I acknowledged Jack Huyler:“The late John S. (Jack) Huyler, M.A., teacher, writer, diarist, horse whisperer and friend, at the Thacher School, Ojai, California, for recommending me to jot.”He did just that. And my treasured copy of his “The Stamp of the School” was exactly that […]

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 […]

John Wright ’70

My passion for languages, first sparked when I move to Switzerland in 2005, continues to grow, and since retiring I have more time to study, though the days go by amazingly quickly. Lately I’ve been referring again to the Latin dictionary that I used while at Thacher. That it has survived 50 years and is […]

Peter Arnold ’42

In the alumni notes over these past 76 years I have watched¬†¬†those of ours of the Class of 1942 go from the bottom right, (the most recent class),creep ever upwards and to the left from the youngest and eventually winding up the very first in line, the oldest. They have chronicled our careers, weddings, births, […]

Justin Faggioli ’69

Sandy and I are ecstatic with the arrival of our first grandchild, Phoebe Sternberg (daughter of Claire Faggioli CdeP 2002 and Daniel Sternberg). We were recently fortunate to spend time in Hawaii with our son and daughter-in-law, Nathaniel CdeP 2000 and Stacie. Clay Pell CdeP 2000 also joined us for a few days. I am […]

Josh Rosenblatt ’76

Kate (EW ’76) and I still loving living in New England, and this summer will mark 16 years since we’ve lived here (longest I’ve ever lived in one place). Our younger daughter has been in Central America for the past four years and married her Guatemalan love last November. The ceremony was held in some […]