Class of 1961 Cornell Tech Tour and Lunch, June 2, 2018. Click here for details and registration

Save the Dates: Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference 2019, February 8-10, Boston.

Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) and Class Meeting 2018

A very successful CALC and a class meeting were held in Philadelphia, February 2-3. Attendees from our class were: Class President, Dick Tatlow; Reunion Co-Chairs, Pauline Degenfelder, Carol Franklin, and Jim Moore; Class Advisors, Marshall and Rosanna Frank; Past President, Peter Greenberg; and Webmaster, Larry Wheeler. Click here for photos.

The class meeting focused primarily on early planning and staffing for our very important 60th Reunion in 2021. The reunion theme will be "Great Journeys". Jon Greenleaf has designed the 60th Reunion logo which is posted on the top of this webpage. Click here for class meeting minutes.

Reunion Co-Chairs: Pauline Degenfelder, Carol Franklin, and Jim Moore

Our Reunion Co-Chairs have begun assembling a team of volunteers with areas of responsibility as listed below under each co-chair. Pauline notes: "I am grateful to this team for once again being willing to share their talents to provide our classmates with an extraordinary reunion experience. Although 81% overall of those surveyed after our 55th Reunion were satisfied, there were several opportunities for improvement, particularly in transportation and housing. These areas will receive extra attention."

Pauline:

Marshall Frank: Registration
Pat Richards: Welcome/Information Desk
Robin Bissell: Transportation
John Sobke: Clerk Management
Larry Wheeler: Website
Cornell Alumni Magazine: Doug Fuss
Mailings and E-Mails: Pauline, Jon Greenleaf
Logo: Jon Greenleaf

Carol:

Rosanna Frank: Food and Beverages
Decorations
Singing Groups
Friday Night Host

Jim

Budget
Affinity
Saturday Night Host

Pauline, Carol, Jim and Dick Tatlow

Programs and Entertainment: Survey respondents cautioned against over-scheduling at the expense of social time. We reunion chairs are interested in your thoughts. Please answer this question: If you had to choose one activity, such as entertainment or lecture, what would it be? Please send your suggestions to Pauline at pdegenfeld@aol.com

We appreciate all who have come forward to help with reunion planning and administration. Additional classmates working on our team would be welcome. Please let Pauline know of your availability and interest.

55th Reunion Report - Click here or select Reunion 2016 from the Site Index

Contribute to Our Class Website:

 

Send e-mail with news, pictures, questions, information about classmates, thoughts on reunion, or just about anything to our class correspondents: Susan Williams Stevens or Doug Fuss . Read their current and past class columns In Cornell Alumni Magazine.

Advise the Webmaster of any newspaper, magazine or electronic media articles featuring classmates so we can link them to our Classmates in the E-News page.

Provide contact information for any Missing Classmates.

Scan the In Remembrance page and provide a remembrance or brief bio for a special departed classmate.

And finally, please visit the Class Registration page and enter your latest personal data so that we can be sure you are receiving the latest class information.

 

Cornell61.org E-Mail Addresses

As part of our class website hosting arrangement , we can have free e-mail addresses of the form: name@cornell61.org. If any classmate would like to have such an e-mail address, please contact the Webmaster and specify the "name" part of the e-mail address. You will be provided instructions for setting up your new e-mail address on webmail and on your computer's e-mail program.

 

 

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Date of Last Site Update: May 15, 2018 (ClassNotes, CALC 2019,In Remembrance)

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