The University Magazine

Class Notes

1940s - 1960s


Norman Biggart ’49 (GAP) is still involved with the “Westford Knight,” two mineral clubs, the Burlington Historical Commission, the New England Antiquities Research Association and RIT.


Richard Warner ’54 (GAP) and Marilyn (Teolis) Warner (GAP) ’54 will celebrate their 57th wedding anniversary in December 2012. Both were employed at Kodak. Rick worked ... more »



D. John McCarthy ’70 (GAP) was the Republican candidate for State Representative from the 12th Hampden District, Massachusetts. To learn more, go to


David Bewley ’71 (GAP) recently retired after 39 years working as a photographer. He was employed at InCameraStudio as the owner and head photographer. During his career, Bewley ... more »



Timothy Beatty ’80 (CLA) recently accepted a position at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C., as the chief of the independent living unit. Beatty was employed at State of California/Department of Rehabilitation as staff services manager II/chief, IL unit. “This position is similar to what I was doing in ... more »



James Austin ’90 (KGCOE) recently accepted a position at Advanced Micro Devices as senior member of technical staff.

Michael Karpovage ’88, ’90 (FAA) writes that in August, Karpovage Creative Inc. launched the Savannah (Ga.) Historic District Illustrated Map. The culmination of a three-year design, illustration and research effort, this is his first ... more »



Patrick Flaherty ’00 (KGCOE) recently accepted a position at Worcester Polytechnic University in Worcester, Mass., as assistant professor in the biomedical engineering department.

Elizabeth Kowaluk ’00 (CIAS) recently accepted a position at Diamond Packaging in Rochester as project coordinator. She was employed at Mosaic as project manager.

Brian Moon ’00 (CLA) was recently ... more »