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John P. Barlow ’69

John P. Barlow, 70, cyberlibertarian activist, cattle ranger and lyricist for the Grateful Dead, died Feb. 7, 2018. A member of Alpha Delta Phi, he received his degree with high honors from the College of Letters. After graduation he lived in India and New York before setting out for California, where he intended to tour…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2017 | ISSUE 3

Jim Weinstein “saw Suzie and Steve Mathews in Nashville, while I viewed the eclipse. Met their son Topper, daughter Amanda, and two grandchildren. I’ll be singing a Christmas concert at the Kennedy Center. Presents to myself for my 70th—travel to Caribbean, Dordogne, Southeast Asia, Pacific Northwest—still to come, Dubai, Maldives, and northern lights in Alaska.…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2017 | ISSUE 2

Visakha and Ken Kawasaki’s “Don’t know Whether to Laugh or Cry,” is posted at brelief.org. They have maintained a level of humility and compassion longer than most. Bob Dombroski said, “Anita and I spent the winter in South Carolina lowcountry. Daughter Ariel is at Columbia pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology. Back to Traverse City,…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

John Bach “spent time with Chris Palames ’70, who was recovering from an operation. Despite his wrestling accident, Chris has embodied grace, wisdom, and courage from his wheelchair.” Jeff Richards “produced Significant Other in NYC, co-starring John Behlmann ’04, Lady Day with Audra McDonald in London, and a national tour of Fiddler on the Roof.…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Jeff Powell, retired M.D., writes, “I had fun with Rob Pratt as we both have sailboats on Casco Bay near Portland, Maine. Where have the past 47 years gone?” Paul Melrose’s “grandchildren grow bigger. Since we live closer, we are no longer special, just the normal routine. I’m career coaching, especially clergy. Madison, Wis., is…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Dennis Marron “is alive and well in Madison, Conn., with wife of 43 years, Jo-Ann, enjoying time with daughter Dana, her husband Peter, and their children, Carter and Nolan, both Wes material. I saw Jack Ingraham in Tulsa. My best to everyone.” Tony Mohr and “Bev spent a week in Marrakesh, then Lyon for the…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Charlie Ingrao asks where Wes fits into the world of gender-bending politics. “Do grads think about the University/Argus controversy? After four decades at Purdue, I lecture for the Smithsonian in DC and on their cruise and study tours. No exams/papers, mature audiences only.” Bill Sketchley finds a TED.com JP Mari piece a “personal, riveting description of PTSD, the…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Wayne Slitt reported “annual celebration with Charley Ferrucci, Bob Tobias, Jerry Cerasale ’70, at Charley’s summer home in Vermont.” Steve Knox still “commercial litigates. Brother Dave Knox ’72 retired. Bonnie and I visit granddaughters in Asheville and Charleston. I saw golfers Ron Reisner, Jim Martello, Jack Sitarz, Pat Dwyer ’67, Dick Emerson ’68, and Jim Akin ’72. Coach Kenny lives in Pittsburgh. Pat Kelly’s determined to…

CLASS OF 1969 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Guillermo Prada-Silva wrote, “Norma and I went to Italy on a pilgrimage with a priest and church members from Holy Spirit Church in San Jose. Attended a general audience in St. Peter’s Square and stood within 20 feet of the Pope. Visited the Amalfi Coast and hiked Cinque Terra before returning.” Tom Goodman posted several new portfolios…

DAVID CROCKETT ’69

DAVID CROCKETT, who worked in finance overseas, died Nov. 24, 2014. He was 68. A member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, his professional life started in Seattle and then brought him to Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, and Macau. During his lifetime he visited more than 100 countries. In addition to traveling both for business and…