classmates
50
arches
summer
2013
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During the first two weeks in May, Beta Theta Pi fraternity brothers (from left)
John Inskeep
’77
,
Ken Johnson ’75
,
Wes Tanac ’75
,
and
Dan Stafford ’76
,
P’06
undertook a true Scottish
golfing experience complete with beautiful courses; high scores; friendly people; cold, rainy, windy
weather; and warm pubs! Off in the distance, in the right of this photo, are the ruins of New Slains
Castle, commonly cited as the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s novel
Dracula
.
The guys explored the
castle remains and even stayed at the nearby inn, where Stoker supposedly worked on his book. They
deemed the place “spooky.”
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After many years of living their lives in different parts of the
country, these Gamma Phi Betas now meet once a year for a week-
end to catch up. In Carmel, Calif., on March 3, from left:
Laurie
Hallwyler ’75
,
Mindy Vokes Schenck ’74
,
Linda Branson
Osborn ’74
,
and
Jan Johnstone Rosenquist ’75
.
We love their
taste in magazine reading, too!
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Another recent Gamma Phi gathering was held in Sammamish, Wash., in April at the home of
Judy Warren Bowlby ’82
;
it was the group’s second annual spring reunion. Front, from left:
Sandy
Creek Baker ’79
,
Carol Headden Reid ’80
,
Krista Pearson ’80
,
and Judy. Middle, from left:
Jody
Bredeson Callan ’79
,
Terri Murphy Gietzen ’81
,
Sarah Schad Giffin ’81
,
and
Kathy Spence
Schiller ’80
,
P’09
.
Back, from left:
Beth Jensen Chew ’79
,
J.D.’85
;
Kim Waller Moore ’80
;
Kar-
en Perry Peavey ’77
;
Janet Elzey Sherry ’77
;
Tracy James-Huntley ’81
;
and
Amy Ford ’79
.
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In mid-March UPS friends gathered in Las Vegas at the his-
toric Little Church of the West to help
Robert Burns ’87
and
Cynthia Nims Burns ’86
celebrate renewal of their wedding
vows on their 20th wedding anniversary. Included were Student
Programs Director
Serni Solidarios
(
best man at the original
wedding),
Katherine Weaver Kehrli ’86
,
Tim Kehrli ’86
,
Mi-
chael Amend ’86
,
Wende Dwyer-Johnsen ’88
,
and
Andrew
Johnsen ‘86
.
As of this year, Bob has been working at Boeing for
25
years, currently as a computing systems architect. Cynthia’s
most recently published cookbook
Salty Snacks
was released in fall
2012.
She continues to write and consult on a range of culinary
projects. If you’re “epicurious,” her website is
.
com.
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