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Linda Marlow Castle ’59
P.O. Box 766
Lexington, VA 24450
Next Reunion: 55
May 29-June 1, 2014
Cynthia “Cy” Marker McLean
has moved to
West Calgary, Alberta. She is in a smaller home
with fewer things and less responsibility. Her son
lives nearby; he has two sons, 12 and 14. How
nice to have grandchildren nearby! She sees her
sister in Phoenix from time to time.
Nancy Erler Waldron
sent a great holiday card
of her standing in front of a gorgeous waterfall
in Kilarney, Ireland.
and Betty Ann
sent their news from Phoenix, Ariz., leaving be-
hind the cooler weather at their Maryland home
for sunshine and warmer weather.
and her husband, Peter, also sent news
of their travels and family pictures.
and Ginny spend their summers at
a lakeside home in Maine. Last summer they
were filmed by the Canadian Broadcasting
Company for a program on how families were
affected by multi-generational living during
the economic downturn.
Debbie Castle Fountain
my sister-in-law, is liv-
ing in an Atlanta, Ga., suburb with her daughter
and her family. She enjoys Republican politics,
bridge and the Tri-Delta Book Club. She sees
Dorothy Toth Beasley
often. I chat with Dottie
as well. Dottie travels frequently and remains in-
volvedwith legal seminars, both here and abroad.
Sylvia Ryan Miller
also includes me in her an-
nual Christmas message. She was widowed last
May but has remained in many activities. Seeing
friends and family helps with the loneliness.
gie Phillips LeMaster
and Bill also send me their
wonderful Christmas news and photo collage.
wrote several months ago that he is
still breathing, working and playing”! He report-
ed that his ATO brother, William “Bugsie” Browne
died on February 16, 2013; for more, see “In
Memory.” He also mentioned having seen
and Mary, who have a trawler and sail-
boat in Stuart, Fla.
Nancy Schloss Hirayama
wrote that she had a
wonderful trip to Oahu to visit longtime friends.
She still works two days aweek forTravel Portland.
She stays in touch with
Ann Finkler Padget.
Dr. Frank Stritter
received a Lifetime Achieve-
ment Award from the Association of Professors of
Gynecology and Obstetrics -- congratulations!
Keep our 1959 Scholarship in mind as you con-
sider your donation to the Annual Fund.
AnnYounger Moore ’60
Wilbraham, MA 01095-2122
Next Reunion: 55
A sad message from
Raton, Fla., reports the passing of his ATO room-
He had been at a life-care
facility in Stratford, Conn. Bugs will be remem-
bered as a spirited and dearly loved member of
our class! For more, turn to“In Memory.”
A quick email from
Becky Blaisdell Van de Wa-
states that Peter ’58 has been experiencing
some health issues, but continues with his amaz-
ing energy and enthusiasm for life.
PLEASE drop me a quick note or email!
Hulit Pressley Taylor ’61
Surrey Lane, NW
Washington, DC 20007
Next Reunion: 55
When I requested information for this column,
I included a link to a student video which de-
scribed all that Canton has to offer. One of the
first responses was from
seeing him at our 40th Reunion, I don’t think I’ve
heard from him in the 52 years we’ve been alums.
He asked, “Is the Tick Tock still in operation?” But
he wasn’t the only one!
many new places in Canton. Even so, brought
back fond memories. Is the Tick Tock still there?”
It’s open most weekends, including Reunion, but
closes for student breaks and the summer. But it
is not the same place we knew, and the restaurant
aspect has been discontinued.)
Another person who enjoyed the Canton video
Pat Wright Ingraham
It certainly is not the
Canton we remember, but much improved,” she
said.“I guess there is no longer a Billy's basement.”
were looking forward to a visit from
Barbara Zeidler Lasher
for the Quail Hollow or
Wells Fargo Golf Tournament in Charlotte, N.C.,
every year. In September, Chan and Pat plan to
return to Portsmouth, N.H., where they rent a
small condo on a water inlet – “beautiful sunsets,
great walks, historic homes and the 4-H Fairs all
over Maine and New Hampshire.” They hope to
Mary Frogner Lutz
and Arno, who vacation
in Maine around the same time.
On April 9-12, 2013, brothers, spouses and guests of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity from the classes
of 1958-62, with a few additions from other classes (including
Tony Scalise ’43
age 95), gathered
for a reunion.
Archie Urciuoli ’59
and Maggie welcomed the 52 guests to their home in Casey
Key, Fla. The event celebrated the 75th birthdays of the participants and featured a seafood din-
ner, a pig roast on the beach, golf, sunning by the pool, walking on the beach, and a celebratory
dinner at the Urciuolis’ country club. “Each might have vied for the title of ‘highlight’ had they not
been overshadowed by the pure enjoyment of being together,” said
Dan Goodyear ’60
thoughtfully sent in the picture. Some brothers had seen each other regularly at similar reunions,
while others had not seen each other for decades, he reported.
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