1958 - 50th Reunion

Thirty-two members of our class of 72 graduates were in attendance. Many with their wives or significant others were there to partake of the festivities. Georgeand AnneAghajanianJoeand Ann AngeloJohnand Trudy Arnot, Gerryand Ann BurrowDaveand Helen CarlsonJoe Cilloand Tina Callahan, Johnand Sheila CreaturaBoband Ellen DonohueLarryand Reggie DubinDonand Helen Duncan, Michael and Liz FishmanMarcia Kraft GoinBilland Sue GouldStanand Debbie HarrisErnie HartmannDick HinckleyMikeand Jean KashgarianJayand Barbara KislakTedand Dora LiebermanTomand Karen MauroBillMcClanahanand Anne Bourne, Andyand Lois McGowan, Richardand Eva MillerAland Judie MuggiaBob Neuwirth, Carol PhillipsBill and Dorothy RadcliffePauland Sandra RudnickBruce Sklarewand Margaret Meyer, Rayand Maria TurnerJackand Pauli Wood. We missed Bill Schlaepferwho could not attend and were sorry to hear that Chuck Kashimawas not doing well. Our Friday night class dinner was held at the old Fulton Mansion on Deepwood Drive. We were fortunate to enlist the Union League Café as our caterers since they produce the best French cuisine in Connecticut. Dean Robert Alpern joined us and assured us that the Yale system, although somewhat modified by external influences, is still alive and well and is attracting the very best students. We started dinner with a toast to honor the 10 members of our graduating class who have passed on over the years. John Carlston, Jake Gallagher, Dick Gershon, Jim Greenwald, Ken Jimenez, Mike Lotz, Pat McKegney, Al Phillips, Dave Pugh, Tom Shea, and Bob Wroblewski. Alumni Day began with a symposium on autism that fascinated and enthralled all who attended. The afternoon was occupied by some with a visit to the new West Campus, where new programs in biotechnology, chemistry, physics, environmental sciences and art preservation will take place, while others had some moments of nostalgia by having pizza at Pepe’s on Wooster Street. The weekend ended with dinner with the Friends of the 50th at the Graduate Club, where old friendships were renewed. Mike McCabedid not attend and is still surfing in Hawaii and sends this message “I miss all of you guys. But I love surfing my Hawaiian waves. So, come visit me in Hawaii!”

Mike Kashgarian andGerry Burrow


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