Alexander (Sandy) Neave

Our classmate, Sandy Neave, passed away on Sept. 24, 2018. He practiced Trusts and Estates Law in NYC for 52 years! He leaves behind his

Mike, Moose, Bobby and Terry

Betsy and Mike Grant visited with Meg and William (Moose) Morton who live in Boston, MA. While visiting with them they admired two of Bob

A Mini-Reunion

Terry Fuller, Michael Mayor, and Erik Esselystyn enjoyed a “delightful” three day mini-reunion in May. Erik was the event planner for the get-together in New


Martin and Barbara Kruming visited Mongolia in July because their small San Diego neighborhood of Switzer Highland enjoys a cultural, educational and business partnership with


In June, I received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Bright Star Secondary Charter Academy located in Los Angeles. I also continue to coach track and

Madame Pele Speaks Out

Kathy and Pete Clapp are fortunately able to say that “We’re above most of that at 2600 feet” regarding the Vog that the Kilauea Volcano

Reach Michael and Ilse in London

It was good to hear from Michael Godfrey again. He and Ilse have chosen to live in London. He continues to stay active in Statistics

Just Married

We got married on December 9, 2018 at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, FL. We had the perfect weekend surrounded by our closest family

Surveys, Brilliance and Magic

In the May 27, 2017 issue of the Deerfield Scroll, there was an interesting article about surveys conducted by several New England boarding schools that

A Legendary Lesson

Last spring, Rod Laver, the only player to have ever won the Grand Slam tennis classic two times, was hosting his annual tennis event at

Jay Newton-Small ’93

A Former Journalist Tells The Stories Of Those With Dementia Who Can’t “Former Time Magazine correspondent Jay Newton-Small used to cover politics and foreign policy.