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 […]

Carol McConnell ’81

I joined CdeP 1981 classmates Dianna Marguleas Dar, Marci Dabbs, Leila Hemaidan, Carolyn Chandler, and Criss Leydecker Troast in Santa Barbara for a fun weekend celebrating shared memories of our years at Thacher. What a joy it was to spend time with life-long friends. Also, I retired in April. Today’s Veterinary Business article Carol McConnell […]

Samuel French ’66

Although I retired in January, 2019, expecting to have a nice long rest with my wife, Gail, she passed away two weeks ago after a long battle with lung cancer. She had chemo therapy and radiation, but the thing that contributed the most to her weakness was the use of opiates to fight spinal pain. […]

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 […]

Sam Wright ’48

Five members of the class of ’48 returned for our 70th reunion in June: John Bissell, Peter Dunne, Sandy Walker, Elliot Hayne (and Judy) and Sam Wright (and Terry) (Terry and I subsequently celebrated our 67th wedding anniversary in September). I heard from both Sid Liebes and Chris Boyle who were unfortunately unable to be there. The […]

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 […]