Reunions 2009

[attendees] Thanks in part to Roger Barth and Evan Bush’s efforts to organize a pre-P-Rade lunch at the Nassau Club, we once again enjoyed a relatively large turnout for an off-year. At lunch were: Bush and Mack Emmert, Barth, Detjens, Harris and wife Jeanie, Hopper, Keller, Limoges, Maloney, Joan Sachs Shaw, Seabring, Southwell, Tellander, Wing, Williamson, Yeckley

Not at lunch but in the P-Rade were: Beaver, Chang and wife Adele, Willard and wife Peg, Maloney’s daughter Virginia ’10

Signed in but not seen otherwise were: Howson, McGlynn


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Lunch at the Nassau Club
Lord, Yeckley, Maloney, Limoges (hidden), Tellander

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Bush, Barth, Williamson, Seabring, Keller, Detjens

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Hopper, Mack Emmert

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Joan Sachs Shaw, Jeanie Harris, Wing

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Dave Willard, daughter Sarah with Freddy and Henry, wife Peg

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Jeanie Harris, Keller, Willard, Sachs Shaw, Southwell, Chang, Detjens, Limoges, Tellander, Seabring, Harris, Williamson, Bush

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the 1960 banner, carried by Ana Sollito ’11 and Julia Keimach ’12

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