A Message from Class President Philip Detjens
Welcome to the Class website. It is intended to supplement the Princeton Alumni Weekly and help disseminate timely information about the varied activities of the Class and facilitate more effective communication and interaction. Its content is constantly changing so please access it frequently and help us by supplying photos and items of interest that concern our Class. Its value is enhanced by your ideas and participation. The Princeton Alumni Weekly is the only vehicle that goes to all members of the Class, not just those with internet connections, so please continue to supply our Class Secretary, Dick Grieves, with news by clicking here .
Our 55th Reunion is now just 33 days away!
We hope to see you soon!
General Reunions information is here . A schedule of events is here . Online registration will be available here for only a few more days; after that, you will still be able to register onsite.
See who's already registered here .
Events from previous years can be found on the Archives page.
Start planning now to attend the following scheduled events:
A not-very-large group of Classmates attended our nearly-annual Class Luncheon
with 1961 at the Princeton Club in New York City on Thursday 19 March 2015, and
was entertained by speakers Dave Lank and Rich McGlynn. Sorry, no pictures.
23 April 2015
Dave Dodge and Rich McGlynn provide an update on our 55th Reunion Annual Giving Campaign
in their letter of March 2015, available
23 March 2015
A modest-sized group of Classmates enjoyed the 100th anniversay of Alumni Day on 21 February 2015.
A brief report with pictures is here .
22 February 2015
The newest class of Sachs scholars has been announced.
William (Billy) Beacom ’15 (left) is a Woodrow Wilson School concentrator who plans to take his Global Scholarship on a ride through five countries of central Asia in search of answers about the influence of China on authoritarian regimes.
Brett Diehl ’15 (right), a history concentrator whose research at the intersection of poverty and criminal justice has already taken him to rural Peru, Brazil, Cuba, and on the trail of Che Guevara in South America, will study economic and social history and criminal justice at Worcester College.
The University’s Press Release is here ,
and the Prince article is here .
12 December 2014
The Fall 2014 issue of the University’s Class Exchange features an article on page 5 on our mini-reunion in Philadelphia, suggesting that it was a model for other classes to emulate, due in part to the excellent organizational work of Terry Mecray, Jim Bromley, and Kurt Medina. The article is available here .
A group of classmates attended the Alumni Association’s Tailgates and our traditional Cocktail Party
before and after the Harvard game.
A brief report, with pictures, is here .
26 October 2014
The Class’s mini-reunion in Philadelphia, on 26 - 28 September 2014, with an emphasis
on historic Colonial Philadelphia, was a tremendous success. A recap, with pictures, is here .
1 October 2014
President Philip Detjens, inspired by who knows what, has created a second edition of his world-famous Trivia Quiz which, like the first, will surely test the knowledge of all of us about Princeton. Take the quiz here .
This list will include all recent deaths of which we have become aware. Watch for Class Memorials in PAW.
If you have additions to this list, please contact us .
Previous years’ lists can be found here .
Harvey Clyde Melick, Jr., 19 December 1990
Garrett B. Richman, 21 February 2011
William James Chalmers Merrill, 6 March 2014)
Richard J. Levine, 14 April 2011
G. Kirk Strong, 27 September 2011
Blair Butterworth, 29 March 2013
Allan L. Griffith, 30 May 2014
Christopher Hail, 17 June 2014
Donald B. Shafto, 30 July 2014
Hal G. Kuntz, 18 August 2014
Edward O. (Ned) Robinson, 10 September 2014
John Hu Sen Chang, 16 September 2014
Victor Sidhu, 17 September 2014
David P. Carlin, 11 January 2015
George B. Stericker, Jr., 10 March 2015
Information about locating Class Memorials is here . Special thanks to Paul Taylor for his work in collecting these.