I was saddened to learn of the passing of Dick Morrison. He was one of my most faithful contributors to class news. He will be missed. * Elaine (Healey) ’62 and Paul Reichert enjoy life in Westmoreland, N.H. Paul has found that in small towns you’re recognized as a newcomer and people are willing to offer their assistance. However, no one offered to repair the old barn roof, so he can cross roof repair off his bucket list. He can also take off his list digging a hole for a 1,000-gallon propane tank. Elaine said if he made another one twice as long (40 feet) and filled it with water, she would have a lap pool. Paul’s oldest granddaughter is now out of the Army (two tours to a war zone) and in college. Number-four grandchild graduated in June and will go to college this fall. The latest wildlife count includes four fawns, five baby Canada geese, and 30 baby turkeys, and so far the garden has survived. * Bob Younes provides medical care for inmates detained in five county jails in Maryland. In the past he has served as a Peace Corps doctor in Tunisia, a pediatrician, head of the pediatrics department at a community hospital in Dorchester, Mass., an HMO medical director in Washington, D.C., and a community college medical director in Springfield, Va. Bob and his wife, Anne, are in the process of launching their two children into the world of work and independence. Bob is also busy organizing all the items that he failed to organize during his lifetime—pictures, family history, genealogy, documents, and other detritus of life of historical interest to future Youneses and Mathews. * Tom Connors writes that on Dec. 31, 2013, he will retire for the third time, this time as vice president of development of Old Salem Museums and Gardens in Winston-Salem, N.C. It has been a great experience. He previously retired from the University of Virginia and from Massanutten Military Academy. Tom and Jocelyn plan to stay in beautiful Winston-Salem, home of Wake Forest University, which brags that they copied Colby’s new campus on Mayflower Hill when they moved from Eastern North in 1959. They used the same architect, design, and building materials. Tom and Jocelyn live less than a mile from the university, and Jocelyn walks the campus almost every day. * After serving in the Navy and in positions at State Street Bank and Trust, Greg MacArthur moved to White Weld and Co., where he was a stockbroker for more than 35 years. He then moved to Paine Webber and became a VP of investments for more than 23 years. During that time Greg and his wife had three children, and Greg became involved in Little League baseball as a coach for 10 years and with Mite as a coach for 15 years through bantam travel teams. Greg is still active in business with his own firm, Viewpoint 2000, with emphasis on the telecom sector and videoconferencing. In addition, he at times contributes articles on stocks in Forbes and, in the past, Business Week. * Condolences to Jack Pallotta and family on the death of his wife and our classmate Barbara Hunter Pallotta, who passed away October 5. Look for more about her in the obituaries. * Next June is our 55th reunion. Planning has already begun. Let’s make the news column leading up to it a good one, and I look forward to seeing you at Colby June 5-8, 2014.