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Tersina DiPietro, Editor February 2012
behalf of the entire Executive Board, I hope that this issue of The
Skirmisher finds you all in good health. Your Executive Board has been working
diligently in planning for another spectacular
We all know the drill. It is not too early to start spit-shining those shoes, shining that brass, getting a haircut and a close shave, and, of course, getting your uniform taken in because of that diet you will start next month. If you have been attending the reunions, you know the good times we have seeing old friends and reminiscing. If you have never attended, then it is time to try us out. You will probably keep on attending just as I did.
If you know of any classmates who are not on our mailing list, please give us their addresses so we can include them when sending out reunion information.
I look forward to seeing all of you in October.
Jack Harkins '67
'38 We received an e-mail from John N. Norton. His father, JOHN J. NORTON, was known
'40 MILTON R. LOCKE wrote, "I am
unable to attend any functions but would like to communicate with anyone from
'44 From Arizona, WALT GODWIN sends his best to all alumni. He reports he is well and happy.
'45 Along with his dues, DICK STANEK sent a note stating, "Enjoying three months on Hutchinson Island. Always good to receive your newsletter."
'46 "A History of Personality Psychology (Theory, Science, and Research from Hellenism to the Twenty-first Century)" is the title of a recent book by FRANK DUMONT. Last summer, Frank made a ninety-minute PowerPoint presentation to the librarians of McGill University. The title of his presentation was "From Illness to Wellness – Models of Human Nature: Born to be Happy."
'49 We heard from PAUL EDMAN who informed us that his wife, Alice, passed away in January. Before Alice's illness, she and Paul were faithful attendees at our biennial reunions.
'53 HERMAN "DUTCH" KUCK tells us that he always looks forward to receiving The Skirmisher.
walking on Farnsworth Avenue in Bordentown last summer, TIBALDO YANES spotted a man wearing a
'58 J. R. ARTHUR (better known as SANTA) wrote, "We were invited to
be Santa and Mrs. Claus in one of the top ten Christmas parades in the
nation. The parade took place in
Alexandria, VA." They were the
stars of the parade, riding in the back of a classic "really red JagUar
(you must simply pronounce it properly if you are going to ride in one)." J. R. added, "We will be leaving our
daughter's home in Fredericksburg, VA, in mid-February and returning to
Pensacola, FL, for a while to ensure that the pipes have not cracked and the
doors still open. Then we will bounce
between these two domiciles before returning to
BURTON WINNICK suggested that alumni meet in Boston, MA, for an informal mini-reunion. If anyone is interested in working on this with Burt, you may contact him at BWinnick@McCarter.com.
'59 We received an e-mail from JOHN MARYANOPOLIS. He wrote, "I have a 1956 yearbook reprint from iMemory still in the box. I mistakenly purchased it thinking it was a 1959 yearbook. The company will not take it back. I paid $89.95 plus shipping for the mistake. Therefore, I am willing to sell it for $60.00 including shipping. If you have anyone interested in buying it, have him contact me at email@example.com and leave his name and phone number."
'61 CHET DERR, JR., wrote "Thank you for keeping our memories alive!"
'63 RONALD "DUTCH" WALDHEIM has a granddaughter, Brittney, who is so proud of her grandfather's military service that she has established a Web site in his honor. To view that site, click on http://88109686.nhd.weebly.com. We believe you will be pleasantly surprised at the talent of this young lady.
"WOODY" WOODSIDE is affiliated with M. Cardadeiro Construction,
Inc. They cater to the in-ground pool trade in the design of patio and deck
installations (new, add-on and renovation) for both residential and commercial
swimming pools in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. If you live in one of these areas and are in
need of swimming pool work, give Woody a call at 908-507-6336. Woody came to Bordentown recently with his
wife Barbara. He visited Tersina and
together they reminisced about those
'66 ANTHONY "TONY" SUOZZO lives in New Paltz, NY. He works for an engineering consultant for road and bridge construction in NJ. He wrote, "I see DICK PHILLIPS once in a while. He is running his father's liquor store in Stockton, NJ. I was the one with the blue supersport chevelle...the fastest car in the corps...and that included the day students!"
ROBERT PENHALLOW (nee JAMES ROBERT
WILLIAMS) is living in San Rafael, CA.
He is currently a Licensed Respiratory Care Practitioner in the state of
California. He wrote, "I enjoy my
patients and the job." Robert
attended Boise State University in the 1980s and received his BS in Public
Health at Colton University. He plans to
return to get his Master's and his Doctorate in Psychology at Boise State. Robert said he misses RICHARD CONTE, a good friend at
OTHER NOTES OF INTEREST
We received an e-mail from Mr. Jim Crossin who has had a life-long involvement in track and field. He is doing research into the life and coaching career of the late Ed Mather in order to write his biography.
Mr. Crossin would like to speak with anyone who might remember Coach Mather. You may contact Mr. Crossin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
remember Mr. Leon Papir who taught at
The officers and members of the Executive Board join
with the entire membership of the
BALDWIN, GEORGE H. '42
HAGAMAN, EARL J. '51-52
PERUGINO, ANTHONY "BUDDY" '68
for 2012 have been mailed. Please note: Dues and other contributions, although much
appreciated, are not tax deductible. We thank you for your support in our effort to
maintain a viable
Be sure to visit our Web site - bmicadets.org. BOB FRISBIE '61 continues to update
that site with pictures, etc., so you might want to go in there
frequently. Also, do not forget that
Medallion w/stand - $5 (reduced from $10)
postage. To order, send check or money
order (payable to
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Most of them are in very good condition.
If you would like one of these items, please send a check for $1.50 to
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Please note: If you move or if you change your e-mail address, please be sure to let us know. We "lose" alumni because they forget to send changes as they occur. Also, please tell us your class year when you send dues and/or letters. It saves work on our part. Thanks.
Calling all former cadets:
Faculty & Staff
October 5 and 6, 2012
Friday, Villa Romanza
Saturday, Elk's Lodge
Contact your classmates. If we can help, let us know.