Class Notes

Robert Walbridge 1967

November 18, 2011

Robert Walbridge ’67 writes, “After 40 years of life in the Ivory Coast, I have been living as a ‘refugee’, against my will, in my hometown of Babylon, NY since last December. This is due to a profound post-presidential-election crisis in my adopted country, involving the refusal of the former president to recognize and accept his electoral defeat, followed by a 5-month political stand-off and a two-week civil war. As a result, I have decided to remain, at least for the time being, in the relative security and tranquility of the USA for the next 2 years as my daughter, Naky, completes her secondary studies. Still enjoying lots of swimming, walking, reading, and listening to music in my retirement.”