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Betty (Pratt) Saunders ’57 (SCB) writes that after 31 years as a financial advisor, she is retiring as a senior vice president with Raymond James Financial in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

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William Eatmon ’60 (KGCOE) opened the William Eatmon Gallery in Carmel, Calif., on Feb. 8, 2012. This is a single-artist gallery for Eatmon’s artwork. He has gained international recognition since turning professional over the last two years.


Brian Shapiro ’62 (FAA) recently held a one-person show of selections of his paintings at ... more »



Robert Marion ’70 (GAP) and two of his grandsons, Christopher Bateman, 10, and Ethan Brennan, 8, visited RIT for a hockey game and had a great time. Marion says his grandsons are still talking about the game and he hopes that he is grooming future Tigers.


Robert Kiss ’71 (GAP) writes that ... more »



David Price ’80 (GAP) and John Henry ’76 (GAP) traveled with their wives to Spain and Morocco in September 2011. The two have been friends since they met in 1973 in the School of Printing graduate program. Price recently founded TekBasics, a Macintosh consulting business in Dunstable, Mass. Henry is research ... more »



Robert Bresson ’90 (GAP) writes, “Enjoyed a great time with my son, Henri, at the RIT vs. Air Force hockey game in Colorado Springs. Met Chris Saracino and Cam Burt and Henri had a great time getting to visit the RIT locker room. Thanks to Jeff the equipment manager and the ... more »



Tim Harper ’00 (COS) and Stephen Burke ’06 (GCCIS) have been competing in an automotive race around the country for the past three years called “One Lap of America.” This year’s race started on May 4 and lasted eight days while participants drove around the country from racetrack to racetrack. Burke ... more »



Katie Anderson ’10 (COS) and Jean-Marie Scheid are happy to announce their marriage on Oct. 23, 2011, in Syracuse, N.Y. They live in East Haven, Conn. Alumni Luz Ramirez ’10 (CLA), Bridget Brennan ’10 (CIAS) and Alyx Kasupski ’10 (CIAS) were attendants.

Martin Iwanowicz ’10 (KGCOE) recently started a business to sell ... more »