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 […]

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, […]