Tag Archive for 1954

CLASS OF 1954 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Gentlemen, thanks for your response, and here’s what you sent me: John Binswanger and bride are busy traveling and tracking their grands. John reports that travels to Aspen, Greece, Italy, and South America have “kept us very busy this year.” Their last granddaughter is off to U. of Maryland. Four others have migrated to San…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Gentlemen: Muchas gracias for your prompt responses to my recent request for news—and here it is: Ed Dewey, still happy in Big Canoe, Ga., has had two great trips in 2016. In May, he and three friends went fly fishing in Montana (caught and released 12 rainbow trout), and also visited an abandoned mining town,…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Gentlemen: Thanks for your news bites. Hope all is well as we hit our 84th year! Ken Davenny and wife Kris were off to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival earlier this year, to be followed by a trip through the Panama Canal later. Both are involved in various community activities, and have become “Kindle’s biggest supporters.”…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

As I complete these Notes at the onset of Real Winter in January, I find that most of us seem to be “running in place” as we observe life around us. Bud Johnson writes that he and Lynn’s biggest thrill right now is the upcoming graduation of their oldest grandchild from the University of Chicago, all…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Many thanks to the 15 of my classmates who responded so promptly to my urgent request for news!…So, here’s what your e-mails told me (in reverse alphabetical order): Marshall Umpleby continues to bravely fight AML with two chemo treatments. So far, so good, he says, with no serious side effects. Great! Norm Stuessy has good news in…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Greetings to all my ’54 classmates as we cruise through our 83rd year, and 61st since graduation… Here’s latest from some of us: John Binswanger has been traveling again, to Panama and Colombia in May, then to Aspen in July for three weeks. John is still involved in Fairmount Park in Philly, and he’ll be in Middletown…

NORMAN KAPLAN, M.D. ’54

NORMAN KAPLAN, M.D., a psychiatrist, died Nov. 14, 2014, at age 81. A member of Delta Upsilon, he received his degree with high honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and to Sigma Xi. He received his medical degree from Columbia University. Among those who survive are his wife, Suzanne Kaplan; three daughters, including…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Hello again to my ’54 classmates. Hope all of us are entering our 83rd year with gusto and aplomb! Meanwhile, here’s some news from 11 of us: First, some very sad news from Shep Johnson, who wrote: “A very good year of travel and family came to a tragic end in October with the sudden…

CLASS OF 1954 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Greetings all! Thought you’d be interested in who attended our 60th last May in Middletown: John Binswanger, Hank Bruner, Bob Carey, Eric Cone, Chuck Davis, Marty Feins, Joel Finegan, Bob Gruskay, Terry Hatter, Carter Hearn, Rich Hinckley, Bud Johnson, Bob Montstream, Myron Poliner, George Ray, Zeke Richmond, Bob Schnuer, Art Spada, Bruce Storms, Jim Swain,…