Class Announcements: 2015
Announcements from 2014 are here


Don Malehorn reports that Ruthe Battestin called him to say that her husband, Martin C. Battestin passed away in Charlottesville, VA on May 15th after a long struggle with Alzheimer's Disease. Marty had an outstanding career as a professor of English literature at the University of Virginia.
Posted May 20

We have recently learned of the death of  Edward D. Gregory, Jr. of West Chester, PA on April 11, 2015. 
Posted May 4






We have recently learned from Ted McAlister of the death of  William V. Healey in Westworth Village, TX on April 30, 2015. 
Posted May 2


Class Notes for the June 3 issue of PAW are now posted on the Secretary's Page.
April 21

We have recently learned from Dale L. Piret of the death of Paul David Piret of Panama City, FL on April 9, 2015. 
Posted April 20

We have recently learned from Janet M. Hemminger of the death of her husband Chuck Hemminger  of Northampton, MA on April 15, 2015. Chuck volunteered for many years with the Princeton Alumni Schools Committee.
Posted April 17

Posted April 14 We have recently learned of the death of Klaus Rifbjerg on April 4, 2015 in Denmark at the age of 83 after battling a long-time illness.
Posted April 14

Class Notes for the May 13 issue of PAW are now posted on the webpage.
April 2

We have recently learned of the death of John Bryan of New York, NY, on March 20, 2015.  A memorial service will be held at St. James' Church, 865 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021 on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 1:00pm EDT. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in John's memory to the Central Park Conservancy or the New York Philharmonic.
We have recently learned of the death of Charlie Schaefer of Lafayette Hill, PA, on March 23, 2015.  Service details and obituary will be posted as soon as available.  



James Baker on Public TV:  Now 84, Baker was instrumental in getting three presidents elected, served in top posts for two of them, and was a central player in some of the most momentous events of the late 20th century. As White House chief-of-staff,Treasury Secretary and Secretary of State, he respectively facilitated the Reagan Revolution, negotiated the Tax Reform Act of 1986, and brought the Cold War in for a soft landing. Baker also put together the unprecedented coalition of nations that fought the first Gulf War, and he organized the Madrid Peace Conference that brought Arab nations and Israel to the table for the first time in modern history.Candid revelations from Baker and firsthand accounts from former Presidents Clinton, Carter, and Bush Sr.; former Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Henry Kissinger; and journalists, authors and historians provide an eye-opening, behind-the-scenes story of power, persuasion and diplomacy at the highest levels. The film is written,directed and produced by Eric Stange with John Hesse as executive producer.
. . . And in Time Magazine in the March 30th - current - issue of Time Magazine's 10 Questions section, Jim talks with Michael Duffy of Time about current events and his career.

Posted March 23
We have recently learned of the death of John Bartholomew Lee of Freehold, NJ, on March 13, 2015.  Services were held March 16th at st. Rose of Lima Cemetery in Freehold.  His obituary is posted on the Memorials 2015 page. 
Posted March 23

Princetoniana "Take It or Leave It” Tent
Get your paws on another alum’s unwanted Princeton memorabilia! Rather than discarding your unwanted, small Princeton collectibles and apparel, bring them to the new "Take It or Leave It” tent at Reunions [in May] so that they can be discovered by another alum or guest who will treasure them. Items not claimed by a new owner by 9:00 PM on Saturday will be disposed of. Leaving an item does not entitle giver to an acknowledgment of donation and receipts will not be given. To 9:00 PM. Sponsored by the Alumni Council Committee on Princetoniana and the Alumni Council Committee on Reunions. East Pyne, South Lawn Tent.

Mibs Southerland, Office of Alumni Affairs
posted February 17


We have recently received a letter from Andrew Grant '16, recipient of the Bruce A. Beery Scholarship. 
Posted February 16



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