Well, it’s been 42 years since I graduated from Deerfield, and I finally have some news that might be worth passing along: I retired from Goldman Sachs in March of this year (after a mere 35 years there) and have been wearing out my passport (and my welcome) ever since. My wife, Anne, and I have been to Europe, Asia (Turkey), New York City and Colorado over the course of the past 3 months, and it finally feels good to actually sit still for a while. We still live in Weston, Massachusetts, but plan on selling our home and moving to our place in Woodstock, Vermont sometime in 2014 or 2015. I was recently elected Chairman of the Board of the Vermont Land Trust (where I have been on the Board for the past 7 years), and this is proving to be quite a time sink. I love the organization and the work that we do, so I don’t really mind the demands on my time. Anyway…it does keep me off the streets. After a long hiatus I am planning on attempting to resuscitate my golf game (this is still very much a work in progress), and Anne and I plan on continuing to do a substantial amount of traveling: Europe again in September and then New Zealand in February. Best wishes to all ’71’ers. Hope to see you at a future reunion.
Charlie Sincerbeaux Class of 1971