News and Updates

Annual Class Connections Trivia Night

1969/2019 Trivia Night on April 8


Sandy Alderson '69 in the news

A nice article in the March 10th, 2017 New York Times about Sandy Alderson '69.  An excerpt:

Class dues

Here is a list of classmates who have paid dues for 2016-2017.


Mourning the loss of a friend

The Class of 1969, offers its sincere condolences to James and Susan Wright for the loss of their beloved grandson, Adam.  We hope they know how many friends they have, and how much we all care about them at this most difficult time.  Our thoughts and prayers are with them, with Adam’s parents, and with the entire family.  May he rest in eternal peace.


Boston Mini Reunion May 3-5, 2017

Dear Classmates,

Before we review the status and planning of our May 3-5th Boston Mini Reunion, we have two quick questions:

  • If you are interested in attending but haven’t filled out the survey, please use the ‘Reply to Sender’ link to let us know.
  • If you are planning to attend to Red Sox - Orioles game on Wednesday, we need to lock in those seats, so please sent your $38/ticket to Jeff Bloomberg as soon as possible (262 Woodland Road, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167)

Now for an update about the event…

Wednesday, May 3

Alumni Council Report October 2016

Jim Staros, our class Alumni Council representative, provided the following report of the October 2016 213th ACR meeting. More information about the Alumni Concil is here

Reunion 50 - Save the Date!

By now, most of you have probably received the 'Save the Date' Fiftieth Reunion Mug and letter. How many of you have marked it on your calendar. (I have.)  How many are planning to attend. (I am.)


About our In Memoriam pages

As of today, the site contains two current listings of classmates no longer with us, one alphabetically and one chronologically.  Each listing has the name and date of death for the classmate, and links to a page with (when available) pictures from the Green Book and Aegis, and an obituary. 

Homecoming 2016 Report

The usual suspects (and more than a few unusual suspects) met at Molly's Friday night for a gathering of about 29 classmates and partners.  Molly's was able to accommodate us with a little squeezing.

It had snowed that morning and rained much of the day, sometimes quite hard, but the rain stopped for our parade.  As always, the Class of 69 got special recognition from the crowd.  As Dick Glovsky used to say, they should have skipped 69 like the 13th floor of a hotel.


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