J.P. Manoux ’87

J.P. Manoux and Tom Cole (CdeP87) celebrated their 50th birthdays with pickup soccer in Tanzania and a summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. The adventure introduced eight of Tom’s buddies to some of the wonders of Africa, where he and his wife have worked to better the lives of thousands for many years. J.P. Manoux CdeP 1987

Victor Wykoff ’88

After 5 years in Cupertino, the Wykoff-Piñón family has settled in to Silicon Valley life. Vic Wykoff (CdeP 88) celebrated his 2-year anniversary as chief data scientist at SAP Ariba this September. Vic still enjoys camping and sports, but now he’s the coach! Vic is coaching Little League baseball in the spring and AYSO soccer […]

Sarah Morrow ’00

I moved from San Francisco to Ojai for a change of pace and scenery and I am loving life here. I adopted a puppy and it’s such a treat to take Tintin up to Thacher… he loves watching soccer games and is mesmerized by the horses. I work in travel so I’m often away exploring […]

Marian Huntington Schinske ’82

My son Robert just started his first year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, so we’re experiencing the eerie quiet of the “empty nest.” I’m sure many of my classmates are going through or have gone through the same thing. My heart goes out to you all! In other news, through my nonprofit NovatoSpirit, I’m […]

Nicholas Cunningham ’46

Unlike most of my classmates, I have (so far… still hoping) but two grand children. But they pack a lot of talent. My grandson Adrian just got admitted to American University on his writing, advocating & basketball skills. His sister Ruby is at Bronx HS of Science, just came back from a soccer tournament in […]

Andrew Holman ’77

Had a great visit with Faramarz Rabii and Mark Petschek in Boston and am looking forward to the reunion. I am bringing our autonomic nervous system (ANS) EKG-based prototype originally used to measure stress state for NFL, Olympic and elite pro soccer players. It’s more important applications are in autoimmune disease and cancer prevention and […]