Class of 1969: Class Notes

New Grandchild!

Granddaughter, Ella Jane Boghosian (to my elder daughter Morgan), 03/26/2020 John F. Lacey ’69

Stephen Bisbee

After a 40 year hiatus I have returned to my native state of Colorado. I have moved to Durango, a town and an area of

John G. Mills, III

John Gladstone Mills III, Class of 1969, has been appointed as a Research Associate at the Center for Innovation of The Cooper Union for the

Robert Muse

Retired, enjoying Florida, Arizona and golf. Robert Muse 1969

Andrew Gibson

I have been teaching High School history for fourteen years and loving it (both World History and American). It has been an excuse for me

Herschel Collins

I sold my final Vermont home in 2016 and am settled in a home I built for Dad in 1995. I retired four years ago

Steven Esthimer

Busy as ever in retirement. Nora and I travel, read, spend time with family in GA, NC and MA. Both have volunteer activities. She with

Douglas Arnstein

After 38 years of working at many corporations building and managing the delivery of systems and ensuring adaption/success, I hung up my laptop last year.

Alexander “Sandy” Weissent

2017-2018 is my 27th year as chairman of The CEO Round table – Chicago. Splitting my time between Chicago and Scottsdale with my girlfriend/significant other,

W. Casey Reed

I am enjoying playing over 55 soccer with some other old guys down here. W. Casey Reed 1969

William Richards

I am an investment officer for The Amelia Peabody Foundation. William Richards 1969

Moved

Moved from New Mexico to Lynn, MA Daniel McNulty 1969

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