Class of 1961

We hope you enjoyed your return to campus to celebrate with your fellow classmates and friends at this year’s Alumni Weekend Class of 1961 Reunion Celebration at Clayton Hall on June 4, 2011. Here is the class photo from the dinner and the names of the class members in the photo are below.


Bottom row from left to right: Brenda Davis Cheadle, Paul Mattheiss, Bruce Fain, Gene Carlisle, Mary Nolan Knotts, Helen Yates Heron, Nancy Ruff Reiter, Connie Reburn Green, Linda Turner Nickel Goode, Nancy Gruber Frisbie, Marci Hudson Abbott, Kay D’Amico Bonn, Deborah Guilloz

Second row from left to right: Dick Humphreys, Francis Ryan, David Beinner, Frank Logullo, Irv Hirshfield, Virginia Novak Ferguson, Barbara Janney Plasker, Miriam D. Collins, Alise Coverdale Rogers, Joseph Marvel, Eric Mayhew

Third row from left to right: Charles Miller, Margie deWilde Booth, Lynda Maddox Callahan, Helen Bertrand, Peg Schaal Lippart, Louise Groove Sipple, Fred Cirillo, Scheila Sweeny Wozniak, Tom Bradley, Virginia Carswell Cestari, Josephine Holmes Hamill Hutcheson, Pat Widdoes Trovinger

Top row from left to right: Charles Guilloz, Ralph Williams, Bill Vaughn, Robert Pritchett, Bill Green, Nancy Parkes Warren, Lawrence Warren, Mickey Heinecken, Marlene Scholl Litchenstadter, Kathleen Wortz Hunt, David Hilt, Norma Page Schellberg, Kent Stoneman, Henry Gunther, Wayne Carmen, Bill Cornwell, Lee Saufley

We look forward to seeing you at Homecoming 2011 (November 11-13) and next year’s Alumni Weekend (June 1-3, 2012).

1961 Committee

Thomas Bradley – Programming Chair
Robert L. Pritchett – Class Gift Chair

Jean Astolfi Bohner
Richard Humphreys
Helen Yates Heron
The Reverend David B. Kaplan
Joseph B. Marvel
Norma Page Schellberg

Patricia Widdoes Trovinger
Drake Williams
Ralph Williams
Sandy Schwab Williams
Ellen Tatum Wooley
Wesley R. Yarnall

- 458 alumni (324 undergrad, 105 grad)

- 83 classmates are Double Dels (7 pairs from Class of '61)


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