’83 classmates in CT

Sandy and I along with the boys (Hunter-12 and Max-7) caught a Central Connecticut State basketball game today, thanks to Paul Schlickmann, the University’s AD. While Paul had official duties to tend to, we did get a chance to chat for a few minutes at halftime and at the end of the game. Paul has been at Central for the past three years, and the job is treating him well. He and wife Kristin were heading to Syracuse after the game to visit family and catch the CCSU-Syracuse basketball game. Both will be at our 30th reunion!

We too will be at the reunion with the boys and are looking forward to it! Hunter and Max thoroughly enjoyed the basketball game and can’t wait to catch the next game. Had hoped to see Jim Wareck at the game as well, but he changed plans due to an impending snow storm. The weather has not been kind to Connecticut of late.

Looking forward to seeing everyone back at Deerfield this Spring! Hope you enjoyed the holidays.


Dean Singewald

Class of 1983

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