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'86 - '88

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'89 - '91

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'92 - '93

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'97 - '98

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Class Notes Form, In Memoriam, Special Notices


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'50The Rev. Marvin E. Dewalt reports that on November 21, 2001, he and wife Gloria L. Dewalt moved from the Oley Valley, where they lived for 31 years, to The Highlands at Wyomissing, a retirement complex. Marvin has been retired for the past nine years, but working part-time as visitation pastor at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Fleetwood, Pa. He writes, "I also preach and conduct worship services as needed in vacant parishes for the Northeastern Pennsylvania Synod, ELCA."

'54George Gibbs reports that several of his ATO fraternity brothers from the Class of 1954 gathered in Clinton, N.J., in October for a mini-reunion in preparation for their 50th Reunion celebration in 2004.

Photo of class of 1954 members
Members of the class of 1954 gathred in New Jersy in October for a mini-reunion full of fellowship and lots of reminiscing. George Gibbs '54 organized the gathering.
'56Tommy Coughlin, correspondent for the Class of 1956, sends the following message to his classmates: "It seems like only yesterday that some of your classmates met to celebrate the 45th reunion of the Class of '56. We are already beginning to work on the big "50" in 2006 and we need to hear from you. I need to have your current address and phone number and also the same information for any of your classmates you are in contact with." Members of the Class of '56 can reach Tommy at Jean_Tommy@msn.com or (610) 530-9565. Congratulations to Harry Kreutzberg and his wife, who will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on April 4, 2002.


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'642001 was a pretty exciting year for David C. Fry, who reports that his first grandchild, Matthew Thomas, was born on February 28 and that his daughter, Nancy, was married on June 10. In addition, at the end of the year David retired as director of regulatory affairs for Brisol-Myers Squibb Co., in Syracuse, N.Y. David writes, "My initial plans are to remain in the Syracuse area spending time with family and doing some charity/volunteer work together with some European and Pacific Rim travel with Sylvia, my wife of 37 years."

'65John Henry was recently awarded California State University, Sacramento's John C. Livingston Award, the highest honor given to faculty members at CSUS. The award recognizes preeminent faculty who are not only outstanding teachers, but also outstanding in their service to the university and in their scholarly activity.

'66Raymond J. Gazzillo sends the following message to his classmates: "For those of us who were at the 35th Reunion, it was great seeing you and sharing graduation with the Class of 2001. For those of you who weren't there, you missed a great time, so don't miss your next chance in five years." Jean Dayton Linington would like to announce her son Gregory's success in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jean lives in La Crescenta, Calif., with her husband Peter.


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'70Susan (Eppley) Landrith sends the following news: She and husband E. Lee Landrith celebrated 30 years of marriage on October 9, 2001. Their daughter Jenny was married in November and their son Jeremy completed four years in the United States Marine Corps. He was stationed in Japan for two years.

'71William J. Reaser, Jr. completed his second year as president of the Monroe County Bar Association. His daughter Megan '00 is finishing her second year at Villanova Law School and his son Matthew was married in October. William lives in Stroudsburg, Pa., with his wife Elizabeth.

'73C.L. Boyd, who is a psychologist for the School Board of Polk County in Florida, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Florida Association of School Psychologists. Since 1992, he has also been secretary and member of the Board of Directors of Tampa Bay Arts, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that provides support services and fund-raising assistance to choruses and an annual film festival. He is also keeping busy as a provider of private consultative services to individuals, partnerships and public agencies in deployment of computer resources to support professional practices and in organization and operation of homeowners associations. C.L. and his wife K.M. Gilley, live in Lakeland, Fla. Mark Hettler reports that he recently moved with his wife and five children to Florence Township, N.J., where they have begun attending nearby Columbus Baptist Church, where the Rev. John Grove recently celebrated 20 years as pastor. Mary Lou (Hanna) Jabbour-Carl writes that she married Frank Carl on August 26, 2000. The couple lives in Whitehall, Pa. Mary Lou is a tax specialist for H&R Block in Allentown.

Photo of Janet Moyer and Anne Marie (Hansen) Foster

'76Janet Moyer sends the following news: "Anne Marie (Hansen) Foster and I both missed our 25th Muhlenberg Reunion. We had a better offer. We were in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China, so I could adopt my daughter. Allison was born on June 6, 2000 and I adopted her on May 16, 2001."

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Anne Marie (Hansen) Foster '76 (left) and Janet Moyer '76 holding daughter Allison Ruth at the City Wall in 'Xi'an, China.

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