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Obituary – Alfons Joseph Korzan
Alfons Joseph Korzan, age 82, resident of Aztec, NM, died October 19, 2014. Al was born in Deerfield, MA on 12/1/1931, at the family home. His parents were Joseph Anthony Korzan and Gladys Charlotte Koldys Korzan, both children of Polish emigrants. Al learned to speak English just before he...
I am happy to announce the release of my first studio album “Departures.” The CD and digital download are available for preview and purchase on cdbaby.com and other outlets for independent music. Page McClean 1998
In England This Fall
Will be a visiting fellow at Cambridge University’s Lauterpacht Centre for International Law from first October. Always love to hear from the DA crowd… if passing through London do give me a sign. Jackson Kern 2005
Jenny Schaetzel weds Brandon Rose
Dear Friends, I have included a photo from my wedding to Brandon Rose, which took place on May 24th, 2014 in Lawrence, KS. I was blessed to have two Deerfield classmates present at this special occasion as well as my sister. Pictured from L to R: Virginia Hernandez ’07,...
’06. ’07. Reunion, Kansas Style
It’s been 8 years since (Left to Right) Ximena Galvez ’06, Virginia Hernandez ’07, Jennifer Schaetzel ’06, & Katie Schaetzel ’07 have been able to all be together! Here they are on top of The Oread Hotel to view the beautiful Univ. of Kansas’ campus. Katie Schaetzel 2007
Brady Coleman ’55
BRADY COLEMAN continues to play guitar and fiddle with his band, The Melancholy Ramblers in Austin. As a member of Screen Actors Guild, he has recently appeared in PBS “American Experience”, “Two-Step” at SXSW and is awaiting the release of his role in a Terrence Malik film this Fall....
update from ’98
I’m currently in Kentucky doing a research fellowship through the Appalachian Sound Archives at Berea College. My work is primarily on multi-generational musical families and how kinship plays a role in the preservation and transmission of traditional folk music. Eventually I’ll edit my field research into a short documentary...
Congratulations to Our Classmate Philip Greer
With great sense of pride I read the excellent profile by Julia Elliott in the Spring 2014 Deerfield Magazine about our classmate Philip Greer. What I like about this article is Julia’s subtle “capturing” of Phil’s leadership and his wisdom. Phil Greer is a very modest man. His accomplishments...
Update from ’57
I retired from clinical practice at the University of Washington in 2004 and have spent the past decade in volunteer positions with the International Society of Nephrology which I served as President (2005-07) and then as Director of the ISN Global Outreach Programs (2008-2013). In the latter position Adrienne...
Judy and I recently purchased a small vacation rental home in Dolores, Colorado to spend more time with our grandchild. It can be available for others when we’re not there. Jack Watts 1959
A note from Mike
Patsy and I continue to enjoy family and grandchildren – somewhat embarrassed at acting out all the stereotypes about how wonderful, smart, bright attractive etc they are – it is fun. I continue to work – management consulting in health care – just finished book The Trust Dimension –...
Pictures from good friend and DA roommate, Ned Post ’65
Ned stepping out with wife Darcy. Ned with brother Bill, DA Class ’67. Ed Flickinger 1965