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Greetings from snowy Lake Tahoe. We expanded the number of annual geographic dinners with a successful Washington dinner organized by Dave Aylward and a Boston dinner organized by Mike Maynard. Dallas is the next candidate – contact Mickey Stuart if you are interested.
Nels Armstrong reports that he will be taking advantage of Dartmouth’s early retirement program. We will miss his presence in Hanover.
had a birthday phone call with one of our more artistic classmates, Jonathan
"Jon" Frost, who revealed that he has recently opened his very own art
gallery and framing shop in the seacoast town of Rockland. It's called,
appropriately enough, the Jonathan Frost Galleries. Jon is not a real big user
of e-mail as yet, but for views of his gallery and the art that's available
there, including his own, one can visit his web site at
John also reported that our Canadian classmate, Mark Mazurski is living in the Vancouver area and still working full time for the Canadian government in some capacity dealing with the chemistry of water. He also - and this is the amazing part - still plays competitive hockey at the age of 59. We should all be in such good shape.
Sheldon Perry reports that he is living in the still quiet town of Tamworth, NH. He continues to be self-employed as a cabinetmaker, providing high-end, custom, residential wood cabinetry in the northeast region. He and Nina will soon be empty nesters as their daughter graduates from high school this year. Dartmouth is a consideration. Their son has chosen the good life: ski instructing at Keystone, CO.
Bobby Schnabel reports that after 30 years at the University of Colorado he decided it was time for a change and a new challenge so he went to the University of Indiana in Bloomington. He is still connected to Boulder since his wife is mainly still there (she has more sense, really doesn't want to be anywhere else), their two nominally grown kids are still in Boulder, and so he is back there about once a month