Class of 1949: Class Notes

’49 News

A busy winter and spring for Nancy and Don Dwight of Boston with real estate transactions and romance. We sold our Beacon Hill apartment and

25th Anniversary

Just passed my 25th anniversary on the senior technical staff at Apple. No plans to retire. As the late Steve said, the journey is the

Thank you Harvey…

I just recieved Harvey Loomis’s class letter inviting comments from old classmates. I realized I have not submitted anything for decades. Soooo….here I am 80

Still Working, Still Playing

Still working, still playing. Main outside interest is singing in the New Amsterdam Singers, a NY group that specialized in contemporary choral music. Recently enticed

Notes from ’49

Harvey Loomis (who claims to be healthy, happy, retired (and lazy) living with his wife Linda Francke on the end of Long Island in New

Dick Kaiser 1949

Winter comes early to the high country. While mountain biking is a bit sketchy, early snow has afforded some nice trips to the back country.

George Gallup Jr. 1949

A.P. Cook ’49 sent along the following note: “We have lost our dear classmate George Gallup Jr. George was present at our 60th Reunion two

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