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is a senior in high school and plans to join Connor at Princeton next year. We all enjoyed our Thanksgiving visit to Buffalo, seeing family and friends.”

1976 Edward H. Hoch’s two oldest boys, Andrew and David, are students at the Gilman School in Baltimore. Andrew graduated this June. David Wilcove writes “My new book ‘No Way Home: The Decline of the World’s Great Animal Migrations’ was published at the end of 2007. Researching it took me to some wonderful places for wildlife, most notably the Serengeti.” Jack Walsh ’63, Jim Wadsworth ’57, Bill Mathias ’63, Lynn Hamlin, Warren Gelman ’63, Bill Constantine ’62, Sarah Gelman Carney ’92, Clay Hamlin ’63, Patty Gelman, Connie Constantine, Walter Constantine ’60, Connie Walsh and Chuck Kreiner ’63 celebrate after games and events at the 100 Years of Hockey celebration on Jan. 30.

1965 Richard B. Hinkley is semi-retired, having a great time with gardening, canning, woodworking, etc.

1967 Tom Anderson recently, attended the wedding of Dale Neuburger’s ’67 son, Eric, in Indianapolis. Both daughters are doing well at Vassar and the Landor School of Economics.


1973 Russ Bishop (Former Faculty) writes “I enjoy reading about the lives of many of the students and fellow faculty from my tenure at Nichols. Our lives are truly blessed as we welcomed three more grandchildren to the family.” Nancy Galeota-Wozny is covering opera, ballet, theater and anything else that moves an arts writer. Most recently, she wrote a feature article for Dance Magazine on Elaine Gardner, Nichols’ esteemed dance teacher. She looks forward to catching up with her Nottingham and Nichols friends on Facebook.


Brothers and alumni team elders, Charlie Tracy ’67 and Donny Tracy ’68, after the Nichols Alumni Hockey Game on Jan. 31

Dennis Reilly writes “Denise and I still live in McLean, Va. I’ve ‘gone green’ and am the Vice President of Sales for HydroPoint, where we help property owners and companies conserve water through intelligent use of landscape-irrigation. Cailyn is a Legal Assistant in NYC for Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Brendan is a senior at Princeton and plans to be commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps upon graduation. Connor is a sophomore at Princeton and enjoys playing on the lacrosse team with Brendan. Brian

1978 Chris Kramar went back to school to obtain a B.S. in nursing. He started working in the pediatric ICU of the University of New Mexico Hospitals. He also enjoys skiing in Taos, N.M., and hiking in the Grand Canyon. Melinda R. Saran was recently named Woman Lawyer of the Year by the Women Lawyers of Western New York.

1979 Michael Plager writes “I was very disappointed that I couldn’t attend the ceremony for the Strauss Truscott Field dedication. Bob Strauss ’79 and Ted Truscott ’79 were two of my closest friends at Nichols. Memories of my time with them combined with those from the football field bring me back to a special time.”

1982 Stephen Sanders writes “Wendy and I are psyched that Parker will be attending Nichols for 5th grade. We are looking forward to another generation of Sanders at Nichols!”

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