Class of 1966: Class Notes

New Year’s Lunch 2019

The Drakes and the Clements got together for their annual lunch on Hilton Head Island this past winter. Art and Elizabeth take a week long

Battocchi and Larsen in Seattle

Ron Battocchi and Gary Larsen enjoyed lunch and catching up in Seattle where Gary lives. Ron was visiting family. Ronald Battocchi 1966

Fun in Spain

Ron Battocchi , John Teichgraeber and their spouses went to Spain in the late spring. They visited Barcelona, Madrid and Toledo. They enjoyed great food,

Chip Bradley

I am proud to say that since our 50th reunion I have two more wonderful grandchildren. Amory and Eli Barnes (D 99) had their third

A baby, a bride and a buggy ride

Jane and I spent January exploring Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar before moving on to Kuala Lumpur to watch our younger son Eli’s new bride, Liz,

Teri Towe

A recent article on Teri Noel Towe can be found here, as reported by Teri. Teri Towe 1966

John Chittick ’66

Featured image is John in West Africa, AIDS works, 2014 Dr. John B. Chittick, Ed.D. 1966

Retired After 41 years in Education

I retired from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey after 30 years in admissions, alumni and career work. My specialty was career work

Retired finally

Twenty-six years in business as electronics marketing manager, then materials manager, four years consulting, fourteen years teaching high school math, inner city Philadelphia, now retiring.

Retired on the California Central Coast

Jeff Wood reports that after 30 years at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (formerly the Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS), he

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