classmates
50
arches
spring
2013
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Retired educators from the Bremerton School District, Wash.,
got together for dinner in Kihei, Maui, on Jan. 20, at the home of
Alex. Bennett ’63
and
Dorothy Ghylin-Bennett ’67
.
From
left: Dorothy, Alex., and
Bea Keefer Maulsby ’73
.
The Bennetts
found out after they arrived on Maui that the Maulsbys were go-
ing to be visiting mutual friends who also are former employees of
the Bremerton School District.
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From left:
Dorothy Dooley Daun ’69
,
Prof.
Mike Veseth
’72
,
Trustee Emeritus
Lowell Daun ’68
,
and
Patrick Egan ’03
at the historic Buena Vista Winery in Sonoma, Calif. Patrick is the
marketing director for Boisset Family Estates, the owners of Buena
Vista. The Dauns had agreed to be Mike’s, er, “research assistants”
on the trip. Buena Vista, California’s oldest commercial winery,
recently completed a renovation of its historic champagne cellars.
The 2012 harvest is the first vintage to be made in the cellars in
decades.
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UPS friends gathered for dinner at Harbor Lights restaurant on Tacoma’s waterfront on March 3.
This photo was reportedly taken moments before the SWAT team arrived! Appearing mild-mannered,
from left:
Robby Schwyzer ‘75
;
Margo Wilson Macdonald ’76
;
Hadley Alley, and dad
Bill Alley
’76
;
Lori Bonvicini ’75
;
Pete MacDonald ’76
;
Barb Lidikay M.Ed.’92
and her husband, Robert
Huey; John West;
Bob Patterson ’74
;
and
Bruce Macdonald ’76
.
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Christine Hansink Muenz ’88
recently hosted a mini-reunion for some Puget Sound friends
at her home in Kirkland, Wash. They all were members of Alpha Psi Omega, National Theatre Honor
Society, and performed many plays together at the old Inside Theater. One highlight of the evening
was when they all discovered they remembered the words to a song they performed in
Dogg’s Ham-
let, Cahoot’s Macbeth
by Tom Stoppard in 1985! Back, from left:
Alisa McKay ’88, Glenn Geiser-
Getz ’88
,
Don Davis ’87
,
and
Francisco Menéndez ’84
.
Front:
Kelly Joyner Delaney ’87
and
Christine.
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On March 11
George
Mills ’68, M.S.’72
and
John Finney ‘67, P’94
gave a 125th-anniversary talk
on college history. Among
things the SRO crowd in the
Rotunda learned: How Uni-
versity Place, where there is
no university, got its name,
and that the site for the cur-
rent campus was chosen in
large part because a streetcar
line went past it.