’84 Beatrix “Trixie” Eliza Simsarian was born on September 15, 2009 in San Francisco. She is the daughter of Catherine Corcoran and Kristian Simsarian ’84.
was not quite what I wanted it to be! Still love the business though and have my hands on a dozen or so MLB players. Presently splitting my time between this, a real estate development company I started (good timing), and a company called Evoshield (see Evoshield.com) where I am a part owner. Hopefully I will be more involved with DA moving forward. Glad to be back!” Mark LaFlamme and his wife moved to Hong Kong from NYC recently—he’s still with Ziff Brothers Investments as far as we know. We quickly got him invited to the
annual Friends of DeerfieldHK dinner scheduled for the very next Friday! Nothing like meeting all DA alums and parents in HK within a week of your arrival. Paul Magee has emailed from Mexico City about watching the World Cup and even the NBA Finals. He promises to send a family photo soon. Rob McGill participated in the North Face Endurance Challenge Half Marathon at Bear Mountain (NY) last May. According to the website he and his fellow runners experienced: technical terrain and rocky footing that
cut to the chase, with some trails heading steeply uphill rather than zig-zagging at a gentler grade; descents that ended in wooded hollows before the next rapid climb, ending with a breathtaking view. Elevation Change: 4 stars, Technical Terrain: 5 stars, Overall Difficulty: 5 stars, Scenery: 5 stars. Eric Peterson has to make important decisions as head of St. George’s School; one of his recent decisions made it into a Frank Deford commentary on National Public Radio, and was featured in other media outlets as well. Go to NPR.org to learn more
about why Eric chose to forfeit a football game and the discussion that followed. Eric Suher was featured in a September 5, 2010 front-page article in the Springfield, MA, Sunday Republican for his revival of the Holyoke property known as Mountain Park. David Ziccardi writes, “Eileen and I made it up to New England in mid-August for a week of cycling from/to Burlington, VT. A little video (turn up the volume): facebook.com/#!/video/video. php?v=1553696452813 Had people carry the gear this trip. Hoping to get back to Montana next summer