Class of 1979: Class Notes

In Chicago

Deerfield Boys ’77-’79 In Chicago 10/25/2019. Reed Webster 1979

Art Dwight ’79

John Knight reports that Art Dwight ’79 is starting the Appalachian Trail in a day or two. John Knight 1983

Update from ’79

I am unfortunately not able to make our 35th reunion this year, but would love to catch up with anyone who gets through the southern

Class of 79

The attached picture, taken on 6 Jan 14, is me being sworn in by the Borough Attorney as the newest councilman for the Borough of

JW Memories!

Been 35 years since walking the JW halls but seemed like yesterday having dinner with Steve Schmidt near Stanford U. We’re both entrepreneurs but he’s

Madison River Valley

Scott Kleberg ’76, Jay Wagley ’79 and Bob Swain ’77, September 2013 in the Madison River Valley of southwestern Montana, where they were guests of

Relocation

All things come to an end and so it was with our time in Hawaii. The long arm of Washington, DC, reached out again and

Beginning our empty nester phase

Just beginning our empty nester phase with both boys now in college. Will is a senior at Connecticut College and Ned is a freshman at

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