Will Wyman ’78

Saludos desde España! Michelle and Will Wyman visited daughter Molly ’12 in Spain to celebrate her 25th birthday and their 35th wedding anniversary on September 29. Arriba los sapos de España!” (Tío Bob would be very pleased to know I’ve finally made the most of his Spanish instruction! 😉 Best to allWill Wyman CdeP 1978

Ella Goodbrod Moench ’00

Back to school feels real in our house as 3 of the 4 of us are in the public school system-my big guy started kindergarten this year & I continue to hang out with middle school students exploring science. Summer of playing in the mountains, picking berries, and road trips. Amazed that this year marks […]

Michaela Andrews ’99

On April 4th, Michaela Andrews and husband, Dr. Jan Bruder, were thrilled to welcome into the world their daughter, Elin Christine Bruder. They continue to live in Münster, Germany, where Michaela has been teaching English, learning German, and studying history, but for now she is enjoying the luxury of some time off from work to […]

Jack Sligh ’11

Recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in composing music for film and video games – happy to be back in the California sun! In the meantime, I’m teaching computer courses for K-6 every day and spending waaaay too much time at Disneyland. (Seven times since moving here two months ago… oy vey.) […]

Roger Ignon ’62

Roger sponsored a memorial art exhibition for Gui Ignon, The Gui Ignon Memorial Art Show for Young Artists. Gui was father to Roger ’62, Lance ’74, and Sandy. He taught art at Thacher from 1951 to 1963 and his wife, Olga, was the librarian. Gui passed away the summer of 1963. Don Porter ’62 recalls […]

Martin Sproul ’71

Martin has dialed back his law practice and uses his law office mainly to pursue his first profession: teaching Transcendental Meditation. On account of the anxious times in which we live, or perhaps because brain science and trauma therapy have caught up with what Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was teaching half a century ago, these days […]

Carrie Johnston ’88

I love living and teaching in Berkeley and feel lucky my kids are in Berkeley schools. When not teaching, reading, or hiking, I spend a lot of time writing postcards to voters; attending political meetings with other middle-aged middle class women; going to marches; and generally rabble-rousing. Our new family pastime (besides protesting) is Family […]

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 […]