Class of 1981: Class Notes

Busy year

It’s been a busy year already. I joined the board of directors of the Professional Squash Association and co-produced a documentary on the Syrian refugee

Regi Allen and Scott Aiges Reconnect

On a trip to celebrate his son Ben’s 11th birthday in Washington, DC, last November, Scott Aiges ’81 reconnected with classmate Regi Allen. They hadn’t

Skiing Alaska Style

My son, Cole ’15, and I are pictured here after I landed our ski plane at the top of Mt. Susitna near Anchorage for a

NORLI 2014

Scott Aiges was accepted into the 2013/2014 class of the New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute (www.norli.org). Since 2000, the program has invited 40 people each

Peter Dinneen told me…

“Everyone has a book in them (a story to tell).” So when McGraw Hill called one day and asked me and my business partner Nick

ANDY GLUCK

Hello to all ’81’ers from Newton, MA! 2014 is going to be a big sports year for me. I will be back working with NBC

’81 in NYC

Here is a photo of a reunion of sorts with some of the Class of 1981. From left to right are: Rob McDowell, Derek Reisfield,

’81 News

I spoke with Andy Cohen ’81 recently, as well as Craig Slater ’81 and Andy Freedman ’76. I spent an afternoon with Alex Navarro ’82

Pete Nelson ’81 to be featured on new TV show

Pete Nelson ’81 will be featured on a new Animal Planet series, “Treehouse Men”, coming this spring! http://www.architizer.com/en_us/blog/dyn/71433/keeping-up-with-the-tarzans-new-animal-planet-series-treehouse-men-coming-this-spring/#.UQGU02eWQi

’81 News

I wanted to update the news and notes from the past year on two fronts. First, the good news. My wife, Kati, and I had

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