Art Wahl ’72

It was my great pleasure to lead about 75 members of the South Coast Geological Society on one of their annual field trips, this time into the local patch of “Franciscan mélange” located near Midland School. Pictured is the group assembling on a blueschist “knocker.” I revisited this area – after mapping it 30 years […]

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 […]

Ric Laurence ’54

Hello all, Unlike 2013 when our activities were somewhat slowed by my wife’s foot surgery, 2014 was a totally different year. In early March we made a trip to San Antonio, Texas and enjoyed the River Walk and the Nimitz Museum at nearby Fredericksburg. The weather was iffy but the restaurants were good. In late […]

Ric Laurence ’54

Spent nine days exploring San Antonio, TX, during the first week of March. Saw all the sights, the Alamo, the River Walk, numerous great restaurants, side trips to Gruene (old German settlement) and Fredricksburg (Nimitz Museum). The weather was “iffy” but the people were great and it was a wonderful time. Ric Laurence CdeP 1954