2016-2017: Directing Through Recreation, Education, Adventure and Mentoring (DREAM) $10,000 grant
News and Updates
Here is a schedule of events through Spring of 2019:
- September 2016: Panel discussions on careers in education and medicine.
- October 29, 2016: Homecoming.
- April 8, 2017: Second Annual Trivia Night
- July 6-7-8, 2017: Summer of '69 Reinvented
The 1969<->2019 Class Connections Program carries on a unique and special Dartmouth tradition pairing classes that are fifty years apart. Each incoming Freshman Class is connected to the alumni class that will celebrate its 50th Reunion on the same weekend that the undergraduate class has its graduation. The primary goals are to promote inter-class, inter-generational friendships and to strengthen the Dartmouth community through a series of shared events hosted by the alumni class.
Photos from the joint activities of the Class of 1969 and 2019 are in our SmugMug gallery.
Class of ’69 Launches its Class Connections Perspectives Program
Tuck (Maynard R.) Miller died peacefully on October 1, 2016 in Providence, RI at the age of 69. He will continue to be a shining light in the lives of his best friend and wife of 45 years, Ki (Kelly) Miller, and their two children, Jeff and Kim. Tuck took great pride in his family and was a steady source of sage wisdom, encouragement, and love.
Homecoming is fast approaching and here are the final details.
Fred Ochs died on December 31, 2015, in Los Angeles, aged 68. Born in Massachusetts, son of Frederick Walter Ochs, Sr., and Inez Cardinali Ochs. Fred has a vast community of friends and family that will miss him. He is survived by his wife, Leslie Koch Ochs, her three children, his mother in law and a new grandson. He is also survived by an aunt, two sisters, Marianna Estabrooke and Ernestine Reisman, a niece, three nephews and two grand-nieces.
Published in Salt Lake Tribune on Jan. 3, 2016
From David Prentice:
Charles A. Fitz-Gerald III passed away December 30, 2015 after a battle with lung cancer. Following his graduation from Dartmouth he joined the U.S. Navy and trained as an aviator in Pensacola, Florida then spent most of his active duty stationed at China Lake, California and felt those years flying in the desert were the most exciting in his life.