Tag Archive for 1967

CLASS OF 1967 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Classmates, you should be reading these notes in April, a month or so before our 50th Reunion. Rick Nicita and Mike Feagley generously agreed to chair the Reunion committee that has been planning events for many months, and a crew of about 15 others also have agreed to serve on the committee. Mostly, the committee…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

In the words of singer-songwriter James McMurtry, “It’s a damn short movie—how’d we ever get here?” Right, our 50th Reunion is this spring, May 25 to 28. Hope you can be there. You should have received an e-mail from Mike Feagley and Rick Nicita, and maybe some other e-mails about the Reunion, asking, among other…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Classmates: It turns out that some of you keep running into each other, or arrange to meet with one another, or start what turn into e-mail chains with one another. Nice to know that you don’t have to rely on these Class Notes, which only appear three times a year, and are skewed by who…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Classmates: I head from Karl Furstenberg, who had this to report: “Charlotte and I are still in Lyme, N.H.. Great place to live after many years as dean of admissions and financial aid at Dartmouth. Retired several years ago, as did Charlotte, from research at Dartmouth Medical School. Now busy with granddaughters (Lizzie and Alice), who…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Classmates, I had a note from Susan Edwards McCarthy (Mount Holyoke ’67), telling me that her husband of almost 47 years, Kevin McCarthy, died in March 2015 from pulmonary complications that followed bypass surgery. An obituary appeared in the Los Angeles Times on April 12, 2015. A graduate of Fairfield Prep, Kevin majored in political science at Wesleyan,…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Some good news, and some sad news. First the good news, about my friend Tom Drew. It turns out that the medical staff at the Rhode Island Hospital, where Tom has worked as a cardiologist since 1977, honored him with the Milton W. Hamolsky Outstanding Physicians Award, the highest honor that the hospital gives. According…

STEPHEN A. HASS ’67

STEPHEN A. HASS, a self-employed certified public accountant, died July 31, 2014, at age 72. He received accounting degrees from both Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania, and was active in professional organizations. Among those who survive are his wife, Jean Patterson Hass, four children, seven grandchildren, a great-grandson, and two siblings.

CLASS OF 1967 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

I’ve continued to receive e-mails about memories of Wesleyan people and events, as well as current life experiences. Here’s some more… Don Stone, who celebrated his 35th wedding anniversary with his wife, Betty, not long ago, lives in the Bay Area, with two grown children and two granddaughters within 15 minutes (“it doesn’t get any…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

I did not have room for all the vivid memories that you all (as we say down here) sent me in response to my March 2014 e-mail blast asking for information and memories. First, a few more memories, and then I’ll catch you up on info about some of those who wrote. Peter Kovach wrote…

CLASS OF 1967 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

I used Wesconnect to send an e-blast to all members of the class for whom Wesleyan has an e-mail, asking for info. In that e-mail I also asked what event remains most vivid in your memories. I mentioned that a vivid memory for me was learning about JFK’s assassination (I was in Downey House). The…