We are saddened to receive this note from classmate Tom Parks:
News and Updates
Here are two photos from what we a well-attended event with engaged students asking great questions.
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.
Jim Staros, our class Alumni Council representative, provided the following report of the October 2016 213th ACR meeting. More information about the Alumni Council is here.
No obituary is available. Please contact us if you have access to one or would like to write one for the Class.
Here is his obituary in the Washington Post.
David Burwell, the co-founder and first president of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a Washington-based organization that has led nationwide efforts to convert thousands of miles of unused railroad corridors to trails and parklands, died Feb. 1 at his home in Bethesda, Md. He was 69.
Ian Douglas Bruce died on February 3, 2006, of complications from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. He was a software engineer with Lucent Technologies for over twenty years, during which time he pursued his hobbies of sailing, woodworking, photography and gardening. While at Dartmouth, Ian was a member of Gamma Delta Chi and participated in the Jack-O-Lantern and Forensic Union. He is survived by his wife, Janice, née Schuler, and twin daughters Elizabeth and Margaret, all of Winfield, Illinois.
The Still North Remembers Jack Bolger
George Henry Selden, Jr. passed away on December 23, 2016, after a 3-year battle with A.L.S. He was ready to join Jesus and passed peacefully with his wife, daughters, sons-in-law, oldest granddaughter, dear friends, John and Judy Rossi, and his two, remarkable care-givers present. He is survived by his immediate family: wife, Linda Gordy Selden, daughters Mandy McClelland and Amy Rowland.
From the Newark News Journal: