Thursday, November 10, 2005

Alumni News

Culled from the pages of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine:

Tri-Kap Class of '47-

"Bill and Jean Hallager enjoyed an early 55th wedding anniversary celebration with their entire family at the end of July in Lincoln, New Hampshire."

Tri-Kap Class of '63-

"Head agent Bob Bysshe led '63s to a $295,897 fundraising total, a 13 percent increase over 2004 and 7.5 percent more than the 2005 goal. Bob, who splits his time between New Hampshire and Florida, lunched in Hanover with Josh Faiola '06, a pitcher whose recruitment was funded by our class. Bob and Beth also hosted a reception for football coach Buddy Teevens '79 at Harbour Ridge in Palm City, Florida."

Tri-Kap Class of '94-

"I also heard Greg Park was recognized as a rising star in the world of capital markets in Euroweek magazine's "Celebration of Excellence" issue. After holding a position as head of Asian securitization at Credit Suisse First Boston, Park became the head of securitization, ex-Japan division, at Calyon in July 2004. He currently resides in Admiralty, Hong Kong, with his wife, Carol Lee, who was kind enough to write in with the news."

Tri-Kap Class of 2001-

In answer to the question,of what would surprise his freshman year roommate most about how he is now living, Jeff Kinkaid (see picture) wrote:

"I've spent more money on artwork than dining this year."

That's all for now. Formal pictures to be posted soon.

Thanks go to Tri-Kap David Lindenbaum '08 for compiling this list based on the reports of Donald Page '47, Harry Zlokower '63, Suzie Fromer '94, and Amy Salomon '01.

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