Ned Cahill ’70

Ned and Carol Cahill are recovering after two fabulous weddings for Chris ’03 and Edward ’05, both of which were on the East Coast. They also now have seven doctors between them and their extended family. Busy lives but still hiking, traveling and snow skiing–albeit Ned occasionally has to recover with orthopedic repairs from his […]

Newlin Hastings ’70

Heading into the stretch to our 45th Class Reunion… the proverbial “time flies.” Liz and I will be there with bells on and hopefully with the best turnout in class history. We remain working and playing in Paso Robles with everything to do with wine, vineyards, real estate and basically trying to keep up with […]

Tad Paul ’70

I find life after 60 remarkably satisfying. Still practicing architecture in NYC, working on a small new apartment building at the moment. Happy with my (younger) business partner, so retirement isn’t in the picture yet. Spend a lot of time out at my house on Fire Island, love being out of doors there. If any […]

William Rigby ’70

Son married, daughter graduated, both employed, still doing research and seeing patients as a Professor of Medicine and Microbiology at Dartmouth. I am a boring guy–e.g. one of the longest (32 years) serving members of the Department of Medicine. A life in biomedical research was keyed by two Thacher Science teachers (Milton Frye, Chuck Warren) […]