'50 Louis S. Whitaker
Wheeling, West Virginia

John A. Horner, Shaker Heights, Ohio, informs us that for two weeks last September he did his dialysis on the Explorer of the Sea, on a cruise to Nova Scotia. Since Jack does his dialysis three days a week, he cannot do much, preclud­ing a visit to Kenyon. The cruise was a chance to get to see some of Canada. G. Robert Nugent, Mor­gantown, West Virginia, reports that at age ninety he is still work­ing part time. Last year was Bob's forty-fifth year as a West Virginia Mountaineers football team doctor.

'51 Douglas W. Downey
Northbrook, Illinois

'52 Richard D. Sawyer
Newbury, New Hampshire

William W. Wenner, Brunswick, Maryland, reports that he has recently suffered an acute stroke, but is doing well.

'53 Arthur "Bill" Sprague Jr.
La Grange, Illinois

William B. Hanaford, Des Plaines, Illinois, tells us that his wife, Judy, passed away on July 27, 2010, of lung cancer at age sixty. Bill has retired from practic­ing medicine and is now living with his daughter, Linda, in Des Plaines. James E. Klosterman, Dayton, Ohio, informs us that he and his wife, Betty, purchased a lot at Apple Valley Lake, which is about ten minutes from Gambier, and hope to move there within the year. Robert K. Warmeling, Beachwood, Ohio, writes that he has a grandson, MacPherson C. Carroll '11, attending Kenyon.

'54 Richard R. Tryon
Frankfort, Michigan

'55 B. Allen McCormick
Indianapolis, Indiana

Leroy B. Goodson, Beavercreek, Ohio, reports that he is now work­ing as an addictionologist at the Dayton Pain Center.

'56 Christian Schoenleb
Phoenix, Arizona

Justin "Bud" Morgan, Matthews, North Carolina, tells us that last fall he taught a seminar at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, South Carolina, called "On-Cam­era Delivery and Writing Skills".

'57 Donald A. Fischman
New York, New York
Henry J. Steck
Homer, New York

Henry J. Steck, Homer, New York, writes that last year, he, Donald A. Fischman, and Don's wife, Barbara Lohse, hosted the Kenyon Ladies Soccer Team and their parents for a pizza party at the Steck homestead. The team was competing in the SUNY Cort­land Classic Soccer Tournament at SUNY Cortland. The Ladies beat Mount Holyoke, 3-0, but fell to Skidmore, 3-1.

'58 Adolph Faller III
Olmsted Falls, Ohio

William R. Morrow, Fort Myers, Florida, informs us that he has been playing fiddle for the past few years and enjoying old-time, Celtic, and English country genres.

'59 William Harley Henry
Grinnell, Iowa
Donald Bomann Jr.
Stamford, Connecticut

James Mahood, Olympia, Wash­ington, reports that he is enjoying retirement in the Pacific North­west. Old friends are asked to please email him (jamesmahood@alumni.kenyon.edu).

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