I need your help. This web site was developed to supplement Ken Perry's PAW material
and to memorialize class notes and memorials and Mini Reunions. If you access this site
please let me know at chrose@alumni.Princeton.edu. You kind assistance is much
appreciated. Come back good buddy.
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE INDICATED THAT YOU ARE RETURNING FOR REUNIONS,
PLEASE RESPOND TO DOTTIE WERNER'S MAILING IN FEBRUARY WITH YOU PREFERENCES.
At the ReunionFriday dinner at the Nassau Club were , Alexander H’50,
Anderson H’50, Campbell, Duncan, Erdman, Haynes, McAlpin, Rivinus,
The food and company were great,
We decided to come back to the Nassau Club for our 70th Friday night
Reunion dinner. Beds at Forbes are free as are golf carts for the P-rade.
Undergraduates driving golf carts are all over the place so getting around is easy.
Bill Haynes walked the whole P-rade, as did the oldest returning alumnus. Tex rode in
There was another great dinner on Saturday, hosted by
Judy Schiede in honor of the Old Guard.
Beth Rose '77, Bob Dyer, Charlie Rose '50, Bill Dyer and Meg McFarland.
Daughters and Grand Sons. The Grand Sons gave the cheer for the President
at the end of the P-rade. Pix taken at GCEPS lecture by Bill Frist '74. Bill's
undergraduate theis was on the need for a student center. His family gave one.
From PAW . Saturday
began with a surprise for one of 77's P-rade marshals, Beth Rose. She was named
the 2019 recipient
of the Thomas
Behind that rather long name is recognition
for "outstanding long-term service to the
one and only Princeton University P-rade." Inaugurated in 2010, it was named for a vice
president of Trans World Airlines and later
of the Conference Board who died in 2008.
But here's why his name is on this award: He
served as a marshal in 65 P-rades. And here's
why this year's winner deserved it: For Beth,
it hasn't just been about getting to 08544
every year (after all, she lives in New Zealand)
or keeping an eye on the marchers. Grand
marshal Heather Butts '94 credited Beth with
encouraging her to become a marshal. Beth
is not the first Rose to receive the Huntington
award. Her father, Charles' 50, pictured with
Beth, won in 2011 (and proudly noted that he
and Beth were the first father and daughter
Rivinus, Haynes, McAlpin, Dicki Ann Boal
Bob Dyer K50, Stu Duncan, Bill Dyer K50, Grand papa Charlie Rose
Erdman, Mary Hopkins, Bill Campbell, J Q Robinson
Background, Bob Dyer, Duncan, foreground Anderson H 50
Fou '94 S H 50, Alexander H 50
Pictures taken by Beth Rose '77 and Meg McFarland K'50.
Aline Haynes used the "Time to spare, go by air" system in her flight
from the west coast and missed the pictures.
Be sure to go to www.princetonianamuseum.org.
Bill Haynes, Charlie Rose, Bill Campbell, our Piper playing The Artillery Song,
Schluters in the golf cart.
We're not old, we're dignified.
J Q Robinson, Joan Abbottts, Peter Erdman, Beth Rose '77, Marion Cronheim, Bob Cronheim,
Bill Haynes, Alene Haynes, Kent Young, Bill Dippel (son), Bill Dipple, Sue Dipple, Will Rivinus,
Dickie Ann Boal.
Charlie Rose, Mary Alexander H'50, Sue Fou '94 S H'50, Nick Anderson H'50
Mary Alexander H '50, Nick Anderson H '50, Stu Duncan, David McAlpin
Back row, Lamont Adams, Nancy Schluter, Charlie Rose, Bill Schluter.
Cans courtesy of Ken Perry
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