Class of 1955. Row 1 (seated, from left): Phyllis McCannon Townsend, Ann Holcomb Carlson, Kathleen Lewis McGilvrey, Donita Brown Wise, Joan Zitt Schlosser. Row 2: Warren DePrenger, Chuck Olson, JoAnn Schilling Jones, Shirley Knox Frei, Mary Pat Miller Fisher, Phyllis Kirkpatrick Wasta, Wayne Wasta, Jerry Kline, Bob Funston. Row 3: Jane Greer Vaughan, Marjorie Morningstar Morris, Winifred Oswald Tillman, Jim Claypool, Jerald Kakac, Janet Berg Brown, Betty Fortna Moser, Gary Grau, Brooke Henderson. Row 4: Miriam Temple, Shirley Hieronymus Rodgers, Carol Heath Hecht, John Lively, Carol Hills Linder, Duane Carlson, Don Lindell, Fred Johnson, George Youtzy. Row 5: Bill Charters, Richard Ripple, David Kirk, Stan Scholl, David Ives, Dick McKeen, Bob Engel, Dick Brubaker.
Three Cornell chemistry professors and their students--Addison Ault, Richard Kraig '71, Truman Jordan, Bill Deskin, and Ray Kraig '68 (from left)--reunited in March when Richard Kraig presented a Dimensions-sponsored campus seminar, "Neurological Preventive Healthcare--Bench to Bedside Strategies," visited a genetics class, and lunched with students. He is professor of neuroscience at the University of Chicago and an expert in migraine patient care, migraine research, and cerebrovascular disease research.
Gretchen Sutherland, Allan Ruter '76, Professor Rich Martin, and President Les Garner (from left) shared their memories of Professor Geneva Meers at the dedication of an ornamental apple tree in her honor. "Surely this tree will flourish near South Hall as she did here," Gretchen said, "giving herself to her students and colleagues in their love of learning."
Lori Hylbak Burns '80, Andrea Clements '01, and Alison Edwards Mitchell '87 (from left) enjoy the San Diego alumni luncheon March 19 at Balboa Park.
Bob Wolfe '58, Jean Listebarger Humphrey '51, Aileen Pfeiffer Nichols '50, and Frank Nichols '49 (from left) gathered to hear about Cornell's extraordinary opportunities at an alumni even in Fort Pierce, Fla.
Bob McDermand '63, Dennis Zuber '63, Elaine Zuber and Nancy Connolly McDermand '64 (from left) ventured to Turkey in October. Their travels included the site of an ancient rock-cut Christian church in Cappadocia.