GRADUATE NEWS

Read brothers’ updates and submit your own news

 

Thanks to these graduates for sending in their news! If you have any life or career events you’d like to update your brothers on, submit your graduate news today using the form on our new website! You can even upload flashback photos from your era.

Here’s what our graduates had to say:

 

Robert B. Holland ’65 writes, “Betsy and I are moving to Erie, Colorado after spending 50+ years in Chicago. We’ll continue to spend our summers in Tucson but are looking forward to the move.” (1315 Skyline Dr., Erie, CO 80516 or hollandrb1@gmail.com)

Craig Stokely ’67 writes, “Cheryl Nance and I were married November 10 in Tucson, AZ. We’ve recently returned from a fantastic 47-day honeymoon (yes, we are still married!). Santiago, Easter Island, Chilean Fjords, Patagonia, Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Rio, Antarctica (and our Polar Plunge!). We’ve now visited all seven continents since we first met a little over three years ago. Experiencing different cultures, food, beliefs, customs, geography, and history thrills us both. Each time we return home, we’re reminded of the special place family and friends have in our lives… and of the importance of making every day count.” (PO Box 93, Wayne, IL 60184-0093 or c2stokely@gmail.com)

Wick Cochran ’83 writes, “I’m single, retired, and a proud father. I have a son in Texas (23), a daughter in Florida (22), and a son living at home who’s in his senior year of high school (17).” (710 Cochran Dr., Dublin, GA 30021 or cochran-wick@yahoo.com)

Steven D. Wright ’95 wrote and co-produced a new movie called “Allan the Dog” starring Sam Daly, Alison Haislip, Gwen Hollander, and Steven Weber. “Allan the Dog” is now available to rent or own on cable, satellite, and most V.O.D. services like iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, and YouTube Movies. Steve Wright is also the voice and Puppeteer of Allan, the title character. To learn more, please visit www.allanthedogmovie.com. (3839 Los Feliz Blvd #307, Los Angeles, CA 90027 or stevendowdwright@gmail.com)

Matthew Brauer ’11 writes, “I’m an assistant professor of French at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville as of August 2019.” (701 Mcclung Tower, 1115 Volunteer Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37996 or mtkbrauer@gmail.com)

David Gordon ’15 writes, “I just graduated from Syracuse University with a master’s in instrumental conducting. I’m continuing my studies this fall at the University of South Carolina, Columbia to pursue a doctorate in orchestral conducting.” (1601 Main St #302, Columbia, SC 29201 or dgordon650@gmail.com)

 

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