Author Archives: Allan Stern

We Met in a Valley

We met in a valley by Tom Ehrich We met in a Berkshire valley now strangers soon comrades strapping lads bounding to glory We stayed a time in the valley reaching far aiming high climbing beyond our early selves We … Continue reading

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Photos from 55th Reunion

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Deceased ’67 Classmates as of June, 2022

Name   Date of Death   Name Date of Death William G. Gilger III 7-Dec-1967   Paul D. Cowden 23-Sep-2012 Gilles David Adams 15-Mar-1968   Lon Hest 26-Oct-2012 Michael J. Filuta 5-Apr-1968   Stephen S. Mark 4-Feb-2013 David W. Brooks … Continue reading

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Class of ’67 50th Reunion Class Gift – a Follow up Report

Ted McPherson Remarks re-written and summarized from information provided by Development Office Donor Relations staff – delivered by Ted McPherson ‘67 at Williams College Class of 1967 meeting at 55th Reunion June 2022. In celebration of our 50th Reunion, the Class … Continue reading

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50th Reunion Activities

Reunion Seminars 50th Reunion Class Panel: Have We Turned Eating into a Near Death Experience? David McCarron and Jeremy Cone 50th Reunion Class Panel: A Williams Education as an Antidote to Burnout Marty Samuels with Ed Wing, Bob Bahr, Hank … Continue reading

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Class of ’67 Celebrates 55th Reunion at Williams

View Reunion Photos If you have any photos you wish displayed, please email them to Allan Stern If you weren’t able to come to Reunion, you were missed.  If you were there, we write to celebrate and recap our wonderful … Continue reading

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Lee Haynes

O. Lee Haynes, Jr. beloved son, father, husband, brother, uncle, physician and friend, died peacefully with his wife, Dee Karnofsky, by his side on their wedding anniversary Oct. 22, 2017, in Bar Harbor of Alzheimer’s disease. He was born Feb. … Continue reading

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Gary Lamphere

Gary Webb Lamphere, MD Exeter NH – It is with great sadness we announce that Gary Webb Lamphere, MD passed away from pancreatic cancer, June 16, 2021 at his home in Exeter, NH. He was born March 7,1945, the son … Continue reading

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Jeff Eckhardt

(we just received notification that Jeff Eckardt died on Nov. 13, 2020.  Below is the obituary submitted by his family) Jeffrey John Eckardt, M.D. was born in Staten Island, New York to Margaret Bennett Hoover Eckardt and Jack Archer Eckardt. … Continue reading

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Jonathan Lovell

 From Stephanie Lovell: It is with a heavy heart I report the passing of my father Jonathan Lovell earlier this week, on April 14, 2020. Dad died at home peacefully in his sleep. His family and wide circle of friends … Continue reading

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Morgan Nields

Morgan Wesson Nields January 25, 1946 – June 18, 2019Morgan W. Nields, a devoted husband, a loving father and grandfather, a respected businessman and a friend to thousands, passed on June 18, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. Morgan is survived by … Continue reading

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Peter Grossman

Our Classmate Peter Grossman died on March 20, 2019 in a nursing home in Seattle.  He had developed early-onset Alzheimers and had been there for several years. Here is the official obituary announcement: Dr. Peter Lawrence Grossman, beloved doctor, tennis … Continue reading

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Charlie Parham

Charles Verne Parham Jr. was born in Atlanta, GA on June 30, 1945 to Charles Verne Parham and Jane Adair Parham. He had 2 siblings, Lamar and Mary Jane. Charlie graduated Westminster schools in Atlanta in 1963. Several summers were … Continue reading

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Silk Road Incident

By Willie Williams ’68 (formerly ’67) Originally a member of the class of 1967, Willie has given us permission to include this section from a work in progress.  You can also find this on the Class of ’68 website. One … Continue reading

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Class of ’67 Has Featured Role at “Pass the Baton” Annual Dinner

On the weekend of October 20-22, 2017, eleven ’67 classmates and spouses showed up for the annual “Mini-Reunion Weekend,” along with members of the surrounding classes of  ’68, ’69, ’70 and ’71.  Our class representation was small but understandable after … Continue reading

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50th Reunion Welcome Remarks — John Hufnagel

Welcome Remarks on the First Night of the 50th Reunion John Hufnagel June 7, 2017 I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of our classmates, spouses, partners, friends and family. Here we are – assembled again 50 … Continue reading

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Class of ’67 official portrait at 50th reunion!

Class of 1967 – 50th Reunion Portrait June 10, 2017 also available full-size here BOTTOM ROW: Mary Flood & John Ladd, Sharyn & Irv Blond, Suzanne & Harry Tether, Hank Grass, Allan Stern & Susan Scrimshaw, John & Jinx Hufnagel, … Continue reading

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A Quiet Well-Done!

— Written by Edward R. (Ted) McPherson, June 2017 The Williams College Class of 1967 is a transformational group of people of character. At Williams, ours was the first class not to join fraternities, attended when the school was entirely … Continue reading

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The 95 Theses – published Oct 31, 1965

The 95 Theses by The Martin Luther Historical Agnostic Society October 31, 1965 On this date, October 31, 1965, we — the members of the Martin Luther Historical Agnostic Society –come together to commemorate the 448th anniversary of the famous … Continue reading

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Bruce Martindale

From Ken Willcox:  After leaving Williams, Bruce received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. He served in the U.S. Army, then returned to Dallas to begin his law practice. He was affiliated with a number … Continue reading

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