Tag Archive for 1982

CLASS OF 1982 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Hello, mates! Let’s start with Rob Miller, who is living in Chappaqua, N.Y., “on the other side of the tracks from the Clintons” and has two sons: Joshua, 13 and Daniel, 9. “I had my own entertainment agency for the past 12 years representing production companies mostly in the television world.” He sold the company…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

No big, overarching themes, but a pupu platter of tasty tidbits from the Class of 1982 in these notes! I’ll start with my buddy Roger Hale, with whom I had a delightful, daylong visit in mid-September, strolling the streets of D.C. and exploring the Phillips Collection, an emporium of Impressionist art. Never a dull time…

CLASS OF 1981 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

35 Years! I don’t feel much more than 35 years old!  It was great seeing so many of you.  Joanne Audretsch and I were honored to receive Wesleyan Service Awards for doing what we do.  “The West Wing” of Usdan Student Center was dedicated to (and by) Bradley Whitford (congrats!). And, we got to see…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

The latest edition of our Class Notes Gazette. Rachael Steinberg Adler writes that she is now entering the third year since founding the Waterfront Playhouse & Conservatory in the San Francisco Bay Area. “We are training professional actors in ensemble in the Meisner Technique of Acting, Alexander and Feldenkrais Movement Techniques, Linklater Voice Technique, Shakespeare,…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

How can we not start with a wedding? “I got married last June to Sally Rosenberg in Washington, D.C., at a cool venue overlooking the Mall,” writes Bruce Charendoff. “Our closest friends officiated. We took our honeymoon in South Africa and are living in Chevy Chase, Md., where our families (her two boys, my two girls)…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Newsmaker: Bonnie LePard ’82 Bonnie LePard ’82 was named executive director of Oatlands, a 415-acre self-supporting National Trust Historic Site and National Historic Landmark, in Leesburg, Va. Previously the founder and longtime executive director of the Tregaron Conservancy in Washington, D.C., LePard had worked with the community and the Historic Preservation Review Board in a successful…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

My inbox was fairly bursting (as it has been, come to think of it, since I took over this gig a couple of years ago). Lots of news about the exploits of our classmates and their talented offspring. “I will brag on my daughter Maggie Smythe, off to med school at Tulane University in August,”…

SHARON BYRNE MCGOWAN ’82

SHARON BYRNE MCGOWAN, an ironworker, died Oct. 23, 2014. She was 54. After starting a medical career, she decided to work outdoors and became an ironworker. She also enjoyed restoring VW diesels and doing fine woodworking, in addition to birding. Her father, Dr. Robert Byrne, survives, as do her husband, Philip McGowan, her brother, two…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

If last issue’s theme was emptying nests, this time it was finding our bliss and making a bit more time for our graying selves, Class of ’82. Brian Fahey writes that “after spending my whole life in the Boston area, I’ve moved to Scarborough, Maine, where I’ve always had a second home. With my youngest…

CLASS OF 1982 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

The empty nesters, and almost empty nesters, among us are multiplying. Jennifer Tucker Rosenberg, who works in New York as a psychiatrist in private practice and with children and adolescents in an agency, writes that the youngest of her three children has flown the coop. “We settled our youngest daughter, Raquel, into Barnard, where she…