26 REMEMBER HOMECOMING SEPTEMBER 23, 1989 During the SAS Phonathon, Walt Liefeld had a chance to chat with a number of classmates. He learned from Doug Evans that he owns an oceanographic consulting firm and comes up the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal occasionally to check on equipment. Max Alston's daughter was married over the June Reunion Weekend and his son graduated from the United States Air Force Academy this month as well. Bob Richards is the Senior Warden at his Episcopal Church in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, where Terrell Glenn '76 is the Associate Rector. '58 James lB. Wigglesworth Rural Route, Box 32 Belvue, KS 66407 For a week in March, Bulent Atalay was the guest of the University of Vienna where he delivered a pair of lectures, one in which he wore the hat of artist and the other that of theoretical physicist. '59 Warner W Price, III 4 Foxglove Court Brookside Yarmouth, ME 04096-1156 Jon Balch has lived in Haverford, Pennsylvania, and worked in the electronics industry for most of the past thirty years. Since the late 70's, Jon has been with a small electronics manufacturing company, responsible for their marketing, sales, personnel, credit and quality control. Jon's wife, Peggy, suffered a fatal heart attack in December, 1988. Jon has three children, Owen, Tim and Lisa, who graduated from Immaculata College in May. When Jon is not involved with coaching Little League, he vacations in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, which is just down the road from 'Mose Price. Russell Chesney has recently been named Chairman of the Veterans Administration Merit Review Board for scientific grants in kidney disease and appointed a member of the National Kidney and Urology Diseases Advisory Board. The Board assesses the needs of kidney disease patients and writes reports commissioned by the U.S. Congress. Russell's son Chris is in the IV Form at St. Andrew's. '61 Charles E. Hance John M. Pinney Box 41 5036 Westpath Terrace Hollow Brook Road Bethesda, MD 20816 Pottersville, NJ 07979 During the academic year '87-'88, Malcolm Muir was SECNAV Research Fellow and visiting professor at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point. '62 Lawrance M. Court 232 Owensville Road West River; MD 20778 Larry Court has laid claim to having the first offspring of the Class of '62 enrolled at St. Andrew's. His son, John, is II member of the Class of '92. Larry received a note from John Lawrence assuring that he and his family are doing fine and that his law practice continues to be successful. The Fairfax County Circuit Court appointed him Commissioner in Chancery. Rodger Melling is suffering from diabetic retinopathy which has left him legally blind. He writes that there has been some good news with the condition of his eyes. He adds that "If you're going to go blind, legally is a helluva lot better than functionally or totally. At least this way you have 'walking-around' vision and can do some of the old stuff.... Makes the game of golf interesting. too." Rodger is still "fighting to return to useful work." '63 William Pfeifer 1035 Kaolin Road Kennett Square, PA 19348 Kent Hughes has moved to Philadelphia to become the co-managing head of the investment banking section of the firm of Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. He is charged with building up their mergers and acquisitions division. '65 Orrie L. Tawes 288 West Street, Apt. 7E New York, NY 10013 Dan Smith is living in Oxford, Maryland, working for Classic Crafts, a boat restoration and repair company that is carrying on Oxford's great tradition of wooden boat building. Dan's daughter, Melody, is attending The Country School in Easton, Maryland, the alma mater of many former and current St. Andreans. '66 George B. Smith Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor 110 West Pine Street, P.D. Box 594 Georgetown, DE 19947·3571 From Win Schwab we learn that his daughter, Amanda, is "enjoying fourth grade, ballet and piano," and his son, Dan '86 is a junior in Product Design at North Carolina State. Win's wife, Carroll, is moving the furniture showroom from the Washington Design Center to Falls Church, Virginia; it will be open to the public. Win continues to represent Kindel of Grand Rapids which produces reproduction furniture for the U.S. National Trust and Winterthur. Buck Smith has become a partner in the law firm of Young, Conaway, Stargatt and Taylor and will be located in the Georgetown, Delaware, office. Buck lives in Bethany Beach and commutes to Georgetown.
'67 Joseph L. Hargrove 9639 Norris Ferry Road Shreveport. LA 71106 Henry Smith is now a manager at the Bank of Bermuda. His wife, Judianne, and her partner formed the all-women auctioneering firm of "Hammers" Bermuda's equivalent of Sotheby's. Henry and Judianne's daughter, Talley, is in the lower school of the Bermuda High School for Girls; their son, Price, is in his first year at Saltus Grammar School. Much of the family recreation involves their Cape Dory 28 motorboat, "Attitude." This month, Henry and Judianne will be in Cannes, where he will be representing the Bank of Bermuda at an international banking conference. Joe Hargrove writes that Roy Foster, his wife Aisling and their two children, Phineaus and Nora, spent the Easter holidays with his family on a ranch 150 miles west of Fort Worth, Texas. Joe, his wife Nancy and their two children, Rob and Reg, enjoyed "reminiscing, fi hing, observing numerous wildlife and just relaxing" with the Foster family. Roy had been in Austin doing research at the University of Texas for his biography on Yeats. Joe reports that his son, Rob, will be entering the III Form at SAS next year. '68 William R. Prier 13220 Fletchertown Road Bowie. MD 20715 Chris Milner left government service after eleven years as a state and federal prosecutor to join the law firm of Gardere and Wynne in Dallas, in their recently formed white-collar criminal litigation section. Chris, his wife Candyce and their three children, Kristen, Tiffany and Geoffrey, are settling into a new home in DeSoto, Texas. '69 Charles E. Kolb 1227 Michigan Court Alexandria. VA 22314 Deputy Under Secretary of Education Charlie Kolb was on hand to answer questions when Education Secretary Lauro Cavazos and Under Secretary Ted Sanders reported at a news conference in early May that "the nation's schools are stagnant." The report called upon state officials to establish higher standards and try to increase high school graduation rates to 90 percent. Charlie was also seen on The Tonight Show last May. Willy Smith enjoys being one of a dwindling number of Eastern Shoremen who manage to make a living as hunters and watermen. In the winter, Willy guides goose hunting parties and procures venison for his own larder; in the spring, summer and early fall, he crabs commercially in his wooden workboat named by him "Pure Putty" to indicate the amount of reconstructive surgery he has lavished upon it. Having "escaped Morocco after three years of awe, excitement, hard work, learning, bombardment by an extremely full but alien culture, and a divorce," Peter Maxson has returned to the States and is now living in Hartsville, Pennsylvania. Peter married Leona Francombe on January 28. David Lyon reports that he is halfway through his tour in Bangkok with the U.S. Embassy. He has no idea where he will be going in the summer of 1990. He hopes to remain overseas but could land back in Washington, D.C. '70 Jay K. Sweezey 4039 Capps Dallas. TX 75209-1701 Bill Brownfield is "still fighting the good fight for democracy, justice and the American way in Argentina" with the U.S. State Department. Bill expects to return to Washington this summer for another "cycle in Powertown." He will spend a year in Congress, then return to Foggy Bottom as Deputy Director for Central America. '71 Mark W Rocha 14 Manning Lane Cherry Hill. NJ 08003 In addition to practicing fulltime emergency medicine at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Townie Townsend is now vice president and half-owner of Olde Towne Ocean City Beer Company Inc.-"the beer with a vacation attitude." Steven Hartsell and his wife had a recent addition to their family. Their daughter, Abigail Jay, was born January 19 and rounds out their family after having two boys, Nathaniel (4) and Gabriel (3). Steve and family found it necessary to sell their first house and move to a larger one in Fort Myers, Florida. Mike Hill was recently a featured extra in the filming of Glory. a movie that tracks the forgotten and inspirational story of the first black fighting regiment in the East, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War. The regiment was formed in 1863 after the Emancipation Proclamation and served heroically during the Civil War. Mike has become a Civil War buff and has gotten involved in a number of Civil War re-enactments around the country. '72 William C. Bean David B. Harms 3810 Rochelle Road Sullivan & Cromwell Irving. TX 75062 125 Broad Street New York. NY 10004 Stew Barroll and his wife, Kim, have a new daughter, Charlotte Stewart, born December 19, 1988. Stew was recently elected treasurer of the Kent County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited and to the executive committee of the Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Maryland. Now settled in Charlotte, North Carolina, Richard Wilson is halfway through a master's program in Computer Science at UNC-Charlotte. His wife, Carol, enjoys her position at a major law firm in town. In May of 1988, Bob Ligbtburn graduated with his master's in Theological Studies from Gordon Conwell