Alumni Day, 25 February 2017

Alumni Day 2017 featured a luncheon with a modest turnout of classmates, McGlynn, Santy, Seabring, and Southwell, along with Lucia Santy and Ellen Seabring. Present as our guests were this year's two astonishingly accomplished Sachs Scholars, Shannon Osaka (left) and Becca Kerner. The program featured others (seniors, graduate students, and alumni) with similar accomplishments, and produced feelings among us of awe and gratitude at being associated with a University like Princeton.

The luncheon was followed by the annual Service of Remembrance in the Chapel. Southwell represented the Class. The service memorialized those Class members whose deaths have become known over the past year:
Robert Amsterdam Burt, August 3, 2015
Paul Everett Danielson Jr., March 1, 2016
Edward John Flynn Jr., October 7, 2016
Lee Mervin Fuller Jr., January 4, 2016
Walter Richard Hoesel, April 20, 2016
James Vinton Lawrence, April 9, 2016
George Jay Lichtblau, August 3, 2016
Jed Alard Maffenbeier, August 23, 2014
Andrew Jackson Donelson Morrow, October 27, 2016
Meredith Vance Munro, July 5, 2016
Bruce Leighton Sprague, June 20, 2015
Cornelius Morrison Ulman, February 27, 2016


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