1940s - 1960sNov. 19, 2012
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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 as photographer and technical sales representative for 32 years and Marilyn worked in George Eastman’s original office testing color products. They have two children and six grandchildren and live in Whittier, Calif. They say the times they spent with their classmates at RIT were some of the best memories. “Best regards to RIT friends of 1954.”
DeForest Colegrove ’58 (COS), a faculty member with the University of Maryland for the past 15 years, has co-authored a book with Professor James L. Marsis, a faculty member with Salve Regina University. The book, Wall Street’s War with Middle-Class America: A Thirty-Year History, is written for the non-specialist and challenges the notion that modern technology is behind the income stagnation being experienced by the middle class. It is now available in the Kindle Store and can be purchased for $2.99.
Frank Gubernat ’60 (FAA) had a retrospective art exhibit of his acrylics, watercolors, pastels, prints and photographs at the Skulski Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark, N.J., in September.
Ron Sherman ’64 (FAA) is a location, stock and digital photographer based in Atlanta since 1971. He has been published in Time, Life, Newsweek and Businessweek and has had assignments for corporate clients Coca Cola, IBM, AT&T, Georgia Power and MCI. His most recent publication is a two-page spread in the jury-selected Art of Seeing—2012 Creative Photography by Alcove Books.
Louis Andolino ’67 (SCB) is an adjunct faculty member in the political science department at RIT, a faculty member in the graduate program in international studies at St. John Fisher College, and academic coordinator of history and political science at Monroe Community College. In June 2012, he presented the address to more than 2,000 graduates at the annual commencement at Monroe Community College.
Alfred Perry ’68 (KGCOE) has retired after 37 years of government service and nine-plus years as an associate for Booz Allen Hamilton. Perry reports that he is now working on his wife to do the same. He hopes that all of his ’68 EE classmates are doing well.