59th Reunion, 30 May-2 June 2019

The University’s general information about Reunions is  here .

This year, we are a satellite Class for the 60th Reunion Class of 1959; as such, our participation in Reunions activities is essentially free, and thanks to the generosity of 1959 we can even eat free with them once registered. Remember, in accord with the procedures set up four years ago, registration and wristbanding take place in Alexander Hall, NOT at 1959's Reunions site in Holder/Hamilton Corridor (where our 55th Reunion was). Information about the satellite process is  here .

Evan Bush has organized a light pre-P-rade lunch with wine, this year once again on campus at Prospect House, Room E, from 12noon to 130pm on Saturday, at a cost of $20 per person, payable there. If you are planning to attend this lunch, please sign up below, so we can get an idea of who and how many will be there. Evan's email announcement can be read  here .

First Name:
Last Name:
Guest Name:

Here is a list of those who have already said they are planning on attending:

Roger Barth
Evan Bush
Philip Detjens
Alban Forcione & Joyce Gardiner
Tex Harris & Jeannie Harris, Sophie & Eddie
Ren Keller
Rich McGlynn & Vicky McGlynn
Terry Mecray
David Pearce
Andy Prindl & Deborah Robbins
Mike Southwell


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