University of Rochester

Class Notes

River Campus Undergraduate: 1960s

Reunion News

College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering classes celebrating reunions

October 6–8, 2006

Slater Society: All post-50th Reunion Classes
65th Reunion: 1941
60th Reunion: 1946
55th Reunion: 1951
50th Reunion: 1956
45th Reunion: 1961
40th Reunion: 1966
35th Reunion: 1971
30th Reunion: 1976
25th Reunion: 1981
20th Reunion: 1986
15th Reunion: 1991
10th Reunion: 1996
5th Reunion: 2001

More about Meliora Weekend

Steve Kapner traveled to Libya last January to establish an American School. He writes, “Tried to do the same in Afghanistan in January 2004 but was defeated by security concerns. Would love to hear from old friends at sonomakapner(at)yahoo(dot)com.”

Patricia Hendrickson Dickman W wrote in January, “At the end of March, after 29 years of government service in Orchard Park, N.Y., including the last 16 years as mayor, I plan to retire. I also have been a high school math teacher and realtor and have raised two sons: David retired from Microsoft at age 31, and Michael teaches and is a contractor in Syracuse. I am relocating to Baldwinsville, near Syracuse, where I plan to continue as a realtor and spend a great deal of time with my grandchildren!”

Jim Frost writes, “I retired from Wellington Management Company and am working part time for New Directions, a career counseling/life transition management firm based in Boston, where I live. I have a second home on Cape Cod. I’m happily married to Peggy Tulley Frost (37 years last November) and have two grown children: Greg, a journalist who is married and living in Cambridge, Mass., and Jennifer, a marketing consultant, living in Chicago.” . . . Marianne Carlson LoGerfo ’66W (Mas) retired after nearly 22 years as director of the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell, Wash. Marianne is credited with transforming the center from a small operation when she took over in 1983 to one of the largest in the nation. Her husband, Jim LoGerfo ’68M (MD) directs the University of Washington’s Health Promotion Research Center, which runs a national project on healthful aging sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. . . . Daniel Walkowitz ’72 (PhD), a professor at New York University, is the author of City Folk: English Country Dance and the Politics of the Folk in 20th Century America. He and his wife, Judith Rosenberg Walkowitz ’67, ’74 (PhD), also celebrated their 39th wedding anniversary.

A play by Linda Chalmer Zemel ’68W (Mas), Reunion!, premiered at the University at Buffalo’s Center for the Arts in March. In addition to her work as a news stringer, she also lectures in the English department at Buffalo.s

Judith Rosenberg Walkowitz ’74 (PhD) (see ’64).

Neil Baldwin is the author of The American Revelation: Ten Ideals That Shaped Our Country from the Puritans to the Cold War. . . . Michael Isaacs has been elected president of the town council in East Greenwich, R.I. He is an attorney in private practice. . . . Lawrence Kudlow has been appointed chair of New York Gov. Pataki’s tax-reform commission. He cohosts CNBC’s financial show Kudlow & Cramer.