A small group of Pi Kappa Alpha brothers from the Class of ’57 met in Wallingford, Conn., in July to celebrate a milestone birthday. From left, are Dave Coffin ’57, Ralph Wilson ’57, Lou Jentzen ’57, and John Campbell ’57.
Three generations: Dave Messer ’60 and his son, Paul Jean Messer ’90, recently donated a paver at the East Campus Athletic Village in honor of Paul Jean’s daughter, Kelsea Messer ’15, who graduated in May with a bachelor’s degree in biology, after having played field hockey for four years.
Bob Bard ’64 stands with his prototype for a self-adjusting Christmas tree stand, which locks the tree in place with no tightening screws. He received a patent for the device in March.
A mini-reunion was held in Turks and Caicos where the following alumni vacationed together: Back row, from left: Rich Forlano ’87, Dave Chaput ’86, Greg Gorton ’88, Russ Welsch ’87; front row: Carol Perrie Welsch ’88, Kyle Kristel Forlano ’88, Chris Friedman Marion ’88, Elaine Harkins ’88, and Cathy Klunk Gorton ’88.