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 […]

Nicholas Cunningham ’46

Cathy & I plan to attend my 70th next spring but worry lest we find ourselves without classmates. So I urge Arnold, Glasgow, Shaw, Van Dyke, & other survivors to plan now to be there. Also George French, who’s flown off my radar and therefore I worry! For those attending, in addition to Thacher events, […]

Michael Voevodsky ’82

Therese and I returned to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and now live in the historic district downtown (not related to our getting older). Our oldest daughter, Paule (CdeP 2012), is studying engineering abroad this semester is Seville, Spain. Mia (CdeP 2014) started architecture at University of Michigan and is going through withdrawals from Southern California weather […]

Julie Huntington de Polo ’86

Feeling some survivor guilt for having missed the Napa quake entirely — for good reason, though. We spent a leisurely week in Ojai dropping off both daughters to Thacher (whiplash, double-take! they’re one year apart, freshman & sophomore, where did the time go?). Dan and I returned to some broken glass, but nothing significant except […]

Adam Geyer ’89

I just completed a 155 mile, 6 stage, self-supported ultramarathon through Madagascar (Racing the Planet). The run took us through breathtaking terrain, ranging from tropical beaches to red rock canyons, vast rice patty fields to rural African villages. It was physically challenging but I felt good through most of the race and I definitely drew […]