Class of 1974: Class Notes

Length of Tahoe swim

Recently completed the “Length of Tahoe” swim – a 21.3 mile swim from the south shore (Camp Richardson) to the north shore (Incline Village) of

Stephen Root ’89 Lake Tahoe

Last weekend, Steve Root ‘89 swam the Lake Tahoe Swim Challenge( 21.3 miles)in 9 hours 35 minutes and 39 seconds. As he swam, Geoffrey E.

During My Summer Internship

I had the opportunity to catch up with Foreign Service Officer Don Sheehan ’74 before his move to Texas to become a foreign policy advisor

George Sibley

“George Sibley has concluded his four years at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi and moved this summer to Embassy Rangoon where he is the

Madagascar

Madagascar with Baobabs George N. Sibley 1974

“Life’s been good to me so far”

It was a blessing to trek from Atlanta for our 40th reunion…and a moment of healthy reflection. After Deerfield, I graduated from Trinity College joined

News from ’74

I have the great pleasure of moving to a phase of life: grandfather! My oldest, Sayce, recently had a daughter, Kira. I am awed to

A note from Steve

Looking forward to the reunion in June. I am still active consulting internationally in the energy business. Beth and I are now empty nesters with

Back to India

Returned to India this May as the Minister Counselor for Economics, Environment, Science and Technology — a title that sounds impressive until you remember that

’74 in the Grenadines

Tim Gardner and John Fisher from the class of 1974 spent a week sailing with our wives in the Grenadines in March 2013. It felt

Frequently Asked Questions

Upon graduating from Deerfield, alumni enter a diverse network of former Deerfield students. Deerfield alumni have ventured into almost every area of employment, and many are at the top of their respective fields. The advantages of this vast network are numerous and significant, as every member of the Deerfield family receives the following:

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