Tag Archive for 1971

CLASS OF 1971 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Aloha, classmates. With a little prodding, here are the notes. Grant Hawkins is starting his 17th year on the bench in Indianapolis. He presides in a court where only major felony cases are filed. Michael Mullally, after 25 years in the film industry, has moved to Woodstock, where he owns a design-build company. He has…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Aloha, Class of 1971. Reunion number 45 has come and gone, but in a short time the big FIVE-0 will be upon us (and I don’t mean Hawaii Five-0). There was a recent e-mail from Peter Michaelson that I thought bears repeating. We should really start planning this event now and try to get more…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Well, we had a successful Reunion with more than 30 signed up. Great to see all the “old” classmates (not in years, but…) We received a really great class memento; you may be sorry you didn’t attend. This jacket will be a classic to desire. Below are notes from the class as they wrote in…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Greetings, Thank you for responding to the request for info and whether you plan to attend Reunion 2106 (Yes, some of you caught that), but I hope you will all attend Reunion 2016! John Cuddy intends to come to the Reunion. Ian Hunter wrote: “Both my daughters have quit gainful employment and returned to school this fall. My older…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Aloha, classmates. Just a few notes for you (saving room for May 2015 reunion classes). Heard from Peter Michaelson and he writes…”One of the wonderful characteristics of Wesleyan is that, even if one does not go on to accomplish much of note in one’s own life, there is always the opportunity for the reflected glory of one’s roommates.…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

Aloha. Well, I did ask for news and all I can say is, “when it rains it pours,” or if in Boston, “when it snows it definitely snows!!!” I received so much news you are going to have to go to: classnotes.blogs.wesleyan.edu/class-of-1971. Please read the long version, I could not do justice to your informative…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

  Newsmaker: Michael Yamashita ’71 A photographer with National Geographic, Michael Yamashita ’71 received the National Journalism Award from the Asian American Journalists Association for his work, “DMZ: Korea’s Dangerous Divide.” The award, presented at the Unity Journalists of Color Conference this summer, recognizes excellence among Asian American journalists and outstanding coverage of Asian American…

JAMES C. NEVIUS ’71

JAMES C. NEVIUS, 64, who retired from the Amerada Hess Corporation, died July 13, 2013. He was a member of Chi Psi. After retiring from Amerada Hess he formed his own consulting firm. Survivors include his wife, Angela Nevius, three sons, and one grandson.

WILLIAM A. MAILLET, MALS ’71

WILLIAM A. MAILLET, a teacher at Choate Rosemary Hall for 20 years, died Oct. 21, 2012, at age 84. He served in the U.S. Navy in World War II and in the Korean War, and he received his bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin College. A teacher at the Kent School and at Williston Academy, he joined…

CLASS OF 1971 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

Aloha; just a little news this time. Many of you are recovering from a really bad winter, hope you fared well. It is any wonder why some of us left winter for permanent summer time, but I won’t rub it in. Peter Michaelson says, “I don’t have any significant news for the class notes, as…