NEWS OF 1964
From Kathleen Cavanaugh:
Hello from Haddonfield! Several
months ago, I received an e-mail from Greta Zoe Flint, who reports that
in December 2000 she retired from SunTrust Bank in Richmond, Va., where she was in investment
operations/funds management. Building on the paralegal classes she had taken several
years ago, she has started to take courses in real estate law at the University of Richmond.
Her family, parents, and children still live in Pennsylvania, so there are frequent visits
to Elizabethtown, Souderton, and Bethlehem.
Greta mentioned that she spoke
with Sandy Anderko Kitson before our 25th reunion. At that time, Sandy
lived outside Chicago. Let us know what you're up to, Sandy!
P. Chapin Smith Blair has
sent me several interesting postcards. Many of you may remember Chapin's ever-present
camera, with which she recorded Moravian moments when least expected. She captured football
fumbles, biology experiments, dorm predicaments. She's still at it, and her postcards
are proof! Chapin and her husband, Don, have settled in Dixon, Ill. She has had several
positions with a major film-developing company; and Don, in retirement, teaches at a
community college and writes. They have two children, Doug and Mary, and several beautiful
(and much photographed!) grandchildren.
Pat Schillinger Hensinger and
I have tried to get together several times since we discovered we live eight miles apart,
but the best-laid plans seem to fall apart. Pat and her husband travel across the river
to Pennsylvania for weekly "granddaughter sitting."
Molly Krater Dinneen truly
has "thrown" herself into retirement. During a Vermont skiing trip, the "twisted
ankle" on which she continued to ski for two days turned out to be a serious fracture.
The result: a cast up to her knee. She says she's "too old to strap two boards onto
her feet and hurtle herself down a mountain," but I doubt it!
Keep the news coming by snail
mail or e-mail. I want to hear what you all are up to in retirement—or second,
third, or fourth careers!
NEWS OF 1963 - Reunion
From Bill Leicht:
still with CBS in Los Angeles, and Donald Vogel, still with the American
Lung Association in Cincinnati, have made recent visits to the Lehigh Valley.
Dick Bedics recently
retired as provost of Pensacola Junior College in Milton, Fla. He plans to finish a book
and then travel with his wife, Bonnie.
NEWS OF 1962
From the Alumni House:
Lew Halley and
his wife, Jane, have relocated from Easton to Boynton Beach, Fla., where they moved to
be closer to his daughter Pamela and her family in Delray Beach. Lew retired from teaching
in 1995 after 33 years in the Easton Area School District. The Halleys also visit his
second daughter in Colorado, and each visit to Denver includes a reunion with former
roommate John Schlegel. In June, the get-together included a Phillies-Rockies
On February 24, 2001, Lafayette
College honored Lew for 36 years of service to Lafayette athletics. During the last timeout
of the final regular season basketball game, the athletic director presented him with
an engraved clock and a Lafayette varsity jacket. The crowd of 3,200 gave him a standing
ovation. Though he served in various capacities over the years, Lew was most recently
shot clock operator for men's and women's basketball. Since 1988, when the shot clock
was installed, he missed only one game.
NEWS OF 1961
From Sam Maczko:
John Bregman, Ken
Sepe, Joe Castellano, and I, with our wives, still see each
other regularly. We spent an enjoyable evening together on New Year's Eve. One topic
of conversation was an e-mail from our classmate Richard Hartzel.
The Moravian College Magazine reached
Richard in Perth, Western Australia, where he has lived for the past 31 years. He has
been in all six Australian states and its two federal districts. He welcomes inquiries
about the country and invites his classmates to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard works part-time as
work experience coordinator for a private co-ed high school. He has been there since
1996 after spending more than 30 years as a teacher of English, history, Latin, and geography.
He claims the distinction of being the most distant alumnus, as he is exactly halfway
around the world from Bethlehem.
Joe Castellano has
been busy with meetings on campus for the re-colonization of Omicron Gamma Omega fraternity.
Through his and others' hard work, it is hoped that OGO's proud positive tradition will
I know our classmates enjoy
reading these updates, so please share your news.
From the Alumni House:
Dan Turner retired
from the Vestal, N.Y., school system, in which he was an elementary school principal
and a coach of high school football and wrestling. (He was quite a running back for the
Greyhounds, if you remember, and an MAAC wrestling champ.) Dan and his wife, Barbara,
have been married 36 years and have three sons (a chiropractor, a mechanical engineer,
and one in medical school) and a granddaughter. Barbara plans to retire from Head Start
NEWS OF 1960
NEWS OF 1959
NEWS OF 1958 - Reunion
From F. Jarrett ("Dee")
My two sons, Bart and Ken,
and I have had two additions and one loss. I have a custom walker with a basket and seat,
which allows me to walk far better. The new recliner also works as a bed. I gave up driving
last December and donated my car to a worthwhile nonprofit organization. I feel as though
my '84 Dodge Omni hatchback, "Rusty," retired in dignity! I use taxis for my
I am sure many of us look
forward to the summer. Gardening (flower and vegetable) will be done as weather permits.
Conserve water, keep your
bird feeders filled, and use compost piles. Keep a positive attitude! This is what keeps
I welcome class correspondence.
NEWS OF 1957
NEWS OF 1956