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Alumni Newsletter (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1976-1977, March 01, 1976, Image 3

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Jug m m m m CONTINUED FROM PG. 3, COL. RAYMOND D. FILBEY *71 TF of 110 Northwest 27th Street, Corvallis, OR 97330 is now at­ tending the School of Forestry, Oregon State University, and his wife, Colleen, is teaching music in the local school. ERIC HAPP T71 PF of 709 Lansing Station Road, Lansing, NY 14882 is presently working for the Tompkins County Health Department in Ithaca, NY as an Environmental Health Technician. He graduated from Cornell University in 1973 with a degree in Fishery Biology. Eric would like to hear from the gang from Lambert House. FAE(NEWTON) t 71 TH and BOB MURPHY T70 TH own and operate the Dos Rios Motel. Their Motel- Restaurant is open year-round and is located 60 miles north of Ottawa on Route 11. Fae, Bob and their three children live at Dos Rios Motel, RR 4, Wright, Quebec, Canada. EDWARD M. SWIDER T71 PF is presently working at the Joseph Aronauer Co., Inc. as Production Supervisor in the wood assembly department. The company is a major supplier of wire pro­ ducts and wood frames to Metropolitan New York-New Jersey area. Ed and his wife, Aileen, live at 116-11 240th Street, Elmont, NY 11003. VINCENT BERNSTEIN T72 RO enlisted in the United States Marines for four years. He will be discharged in August of 1976. Vincent is now on a four-month tour of the Philippines, Japan, Thailand, etc. His present address is: Sgt. Vincent Bernstein, 102-46-5241; tTI\ Btry. 3rd Bn., 12th Marines, Bit. 3/4, 3rd Marine Division. (-) (REIN) FMF, F.P.O. San Francisco CA 96602. MICHAEL EYER f72 TF is now a Park Ranger for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (U.S. Civil Service) at West Point, Georgia. M i k e Ts address is: P.O. Box 65, West Point, Georgia 31833. MARK JACOBY r72 TH is employed by Del W e b b Ts Mountain Shadows in Scottsdale, Arizona as Sales Representative. He is married and resides at 5050 N. 15th Ave., No. 40, Phoenix, AZ 85015. DAVID C. KING T72 PH graduated from Cornell University in 1974 and was hired by Western International Hotels as a Management Trainee at the Continental Plaza in Chicago, Illinois. Since June 1974, David has completed his Food & Beverage and Rooms Training and have recently been promoted to the position of Assistant Manager. DavidTs address is 74 East Elm Street, Apt. 2R, Chicago, IL 60611. D o n ' t F o t y / ) l u a m r \ i t / J e c k t h d I JAMES KING, JR. T72 PF resides at 120 Main Street, Apt. 9, Oneida, New York 13421. Jim is an Assistant to the President of Oneida Foundries, Inc., Oneida, New York. He was recently married to Frances Sturgis from Rochester, NY September 20, 1975. Congratula­ tions T. MICHAEL LANGDELL r72 PF spent three years surveying at Cape Cod and is now doing engineer­ ing work for the Soil Conservation Service. Mike married Sharon Wilcox of Saranac Lake and they have a little girl, Mary Ann Lee. The Langdell's live at R.D. Silver Ride Road, Hyde Park, VT 05655. KENNETH R. LAUGHLIN T72 PF is working for Burke-Parsons-Bowlby Corporation at DuBois, PA. Ken and his wife, Kathleen, and son, Keith, live at Box 974B, Rt. 2, Brockway, PA 15824. MELANIE MENKINS T72 LA of 110 Ferguson Park, North Syracuse, NY 13212 is employed by Onondaga Nature Centers Inc. as an educator. Her job consists of teaching environmental education in various schools in the county and also a naturalist at Beaver Lake Nature Center. ROBERT H. MUELLER r72 PF of 515 Painter Road, Lima, PA 19060 and his bride (as of last June) are living in the TTWhite Cottage” at the John J. Tyler Arboretum. LINDA POWELL r72 TH of 12 North Davis Street, Orchard Park, NY 14127 is working for the Federal Food Stamp Program in Buffalo as an examiner. Linda reports that MARY ANN CYREK r73 PH is working as an examiner in the legal division for the department of Social Services. ALUMNI WEEKEND ! Weekend of October 9th & 10th • Roger Kerr T50, Mrs. Kerr, Richard Dearborn T50, Mary and Frank Lenney T50, Tom T50 and Pat Cunningham, Mrs. Scudder and Bud Scudder T50, Gene Raybuck T50, and Mrs. Judy Dearborn all enjoyed themselves at Alumni Weekend last fall. It was the 25th year reunion of the Class of 1950. Alumni Weekend this year will be held the weekend of October 9th & 10th and will be in conjunction with the Paul SmithTs Invitational Woodsmen1s Meet EDWIN SAUER T72 TH is manager of the Dietary Department at E.A. Horton Memorial Hospital. E d Ts address is Steven Manor Apartments, Apt. 20, Middletown, NY 10940. SCOTT TIRRELL T72 PF of 9225 Marlow Ave., Norfolk, VA 23503 married Debra Lundgren of Manlius, NY. They are on a staff with Campus Crusade for Christ and Interdenomination Christian Movement working with military per­ sonnel in Norfolk, Virginia. WALTER VISNESKI, JR. T72 RO was discharged from the Army on September 22, 1975. He is now attending the University of Wyoming in the Parks and Recreation Administration Program. Walter has informed us that EDWARD J. BEATTIE T73 RO is also attending the Uni^- versity of Wyoming in the Parks and Recreation Program. WalterTs address is: 574G, Route 1, Laramie, Wyoming 82070. EdwardTs address is: Box 104, Centennial, Wyoming 82055. JAMIL ANTZES T73 TH and his wife, Brenda, re­ side at 9865 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030. Jamie is presently Manager of the Anchorage Motel in Fairfax. DAVID M. CORR T73 TF is now attending the State University of Utica-Rome in the Criminal Justice Program and will graduate in May, 1976. He and his wife, Kathy, have two children: Kelly and Sherri. The CorrTs reside at: 48 Hartford Terrace, New Hartford, NY 13413. MOHMAD KALIM T73 TH resides at 129 Court Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Mohmad is Assistant Manager of Surrey Lounge in Plattsburgh, NY. GARY L. MAZZONE T73 TF is employed by the State of Connecticut as a Surveyor. GaryTs address is: 107 South Main Street, Warehouse Point, CT 06088. HANS MICHIELEN T73 SO and BARBARA WILSON MICHIELEN T73 LA became the proud parents of a daughter, Carrie Ann, born February 10, 1976. Hans is a Forest Technician at Paul Smith1s College. The MichielenTs address: P.O. Box 181, Paul Smiths, NY 12970. THOMAS TURCOTTE T73 PH was married to the former Cynthia DeMato of Forest Hills, NY on January 24, 1976. Tom is employed by Saga Foods at Rockefeller University in Man­ hattan. The TurcotteTs address is 89 Kirk Drive, Rochester, NY 14610. FRANK ZAGORSKI T73 PF is now attending the University of Idaho on a scholarship from that school. He graduated from Syracuse School of Forestry magna cum laude. Frank is currently residing at: 19 South Hudson Ave., Stillwater, NY 12170. JOHN J. BROADNIX T74 RO and his wife recently became parents of a baby girl in September, 1975. Congratulations1. You can reach John at Box 294C, R.D. #1, Langhorne, PA 19047. ED DAVIS T74 TH is Assistant Manager of Colton Manor in Atlantic City. Ed was married in L974. His address: 705 Plymouth Place, Ocean City, NJ 08226 GARY DUFOUR T74 TH is working for his Master of Arts in American Politics and works for T.V. personality Barbara Howard in Georgetown. GaryTs address: P.O. Box 3697, Georgetown, Washington D.C. 20007. THOMAS DUNDAS T74 TH of 631 McCall Road, Apt. 8, Bldg. 9, Rochester, NY 14619, is working at LaSoupe Shoppe, Rochester, NY. c y c l i s t s — _ C o m i n g > 0 P A U L S M I T H S An arrangement has been made between the U. S. Olympic Committee and Paul S m i t h 1s College for the trials, selection, and train­ ing of the U. S. Cycling Team on the college campus. The cyclists will come on June 1, 1976. Sixty of the finest racers in the United States will come to compete in time trials and determine the team to represent the United States in M o n t r e a l Ts summer games. The U. S. is divided into four sections; each section send their fifteen best cyclists for a total of 60 semi-finalists. Only eight can represent the U. S. in the games so elimination races will take place June 2, 4, 6, and 7. After the eliminations the eight mem­ bers and coaches will remain and train on the rolling hills which made the selection of Paul Sm i t h 1s ideal. They will continue to train from June 7 till July 15 or 16 when they will move to Plattsburgh which is the site of the Olympic Village. The games will take place from July 17 to July 27. With the U. S. team training at Paul Smithrs, teams from Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, and South American countries could also be interested in training here. This exposure on national and international levels will definitely benefit Paul SmithTs College. TERRY (Feb. T62 to Dec. T75) For nearly 14 years Terry, a small brown dog, was a campus fixture. She was the con­ stant companion and faithful friend of Dran Rutherford. Terry supervised classes, field trips and laboratory projects. She enjoyed being with students and did not hesitate to ask for attention and petting from her favor­ ites . Her ancestry was unique--her mother was a Border Terrier and her father a German Police. She was blessed with intelligence, faithful­ ness and kindness. She is missed by all of her friends. OBITUARY DONALD MATTIMORE JR. of the Class of 1949 and his daughter, Lynelle, were killed in a trailer-car accident, Friday, April 16, 1976. Donald, of Oregon, Wisconsin, graduated from Franklin Academy in 1947, Paul S m i t h Ts College and the University of North Dakota and served in the Air Force. He was employed by the State of Wisconsin as Chief Inspector for state-owned power plants in state buildings. Donald, formerly of Malone, was married to 1 the former Joyce Gowan of Saranac Lake. He is also survived by children, Donna, Douglas, and Gail, all hospitalized by the accident; Carleen of Iowa, Wisconsin; his mother; two brothers, Richard of Rochester and Roger of Massachusetts; two sisters, Mrs. Lincoln (Helen) Smith of Malone and Mrs. Gewrald (Linda) Lambert of New Hampshire, and one grandchild. _________ _____ WESLEY J. WILLSON of the Terminal Hotel Class of 1964 passed away February 22, 1976 in Woodside, New York. He had been employed by Restaurant Associates for 12 years and served in the Army with a tour of duty in Vietnam. In 1973, he married the former Leta Bzerdjian and had resided in Woodside since then. Myra L. Willson, sister of Wesley, graduated from Paul Smith’s College in the Liberal Arts program in 1968. Make %urc your Item is within the crtHnhairt of rr<l ----------------------- f ------------------------ I

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