Dear '66 Classmates,

 

OK. Reunions first. See the quick event summary below, but check the latest "Who, What, When, and How?" page for full details. The page will be updated regularly with the latest information.

 

Service of Remembrance, 1:00 p.m. EDT Friday 21st. This link will be live starting at exactly that time. Don't lose it. A touching masterpiece created by ten of our Classmates. Click here after 12:45..


'66 Cocktail Party, 7:00 p.m. EDT (Doors open at 6:45)  Friday 21st. If you registered, you will be sent a link. If you didn't, you won't.


Princeton Prize in Race Relations Presentation, 4:00 p.m. EDT Tuesday 25th. PPRR may be the most extraordinary creation to come from any Princeton class. Click here after 3:45.


'66 Locomotive Award to our Classmate Mark Levine, co-author of the paper that shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore. 4:00 p.m. EDT Thursday May 27. A special chance to hear from a very special guy. Click here after 3:45.

 

Now on to the unmasked Masked Men.

 

Clay Davis. Born in NY but moved to Florida. Aero and Mechanical Sciences major, Tower, coxed freshman and varsity crews, NROTC Battalion Commander. J.D. U of Florida, took the LSAT under the flight deck of the USS Independence. Navy F4 pilot, then Intelligence up to Commander in the Reserves. Worked as attorney for the TVA for 30 years, failed retirement and became Corporate Counsel for Jewelry TV. He and Anita live in Knoxville, one child and two grandkids.

 

Carl Feldbaum. From PA, majored in Biology, Cannon, IAA sports, J.D. Penn. Has lived the life of a wastrel. Watergate Special Prosecutor, Pentagon Inspector General for Defense Intelligence, Asst. to Secretary of Energy, President of Palomar Corporation, Chief of Staff to Senator Arlen Specter, CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization, many biotech boards, Biotech Hall of Fame. Won the Christopher Medal and chosen a NYT book of the year for Looking the Tiger in the Eye. Two kids, four grandkids, he and partner Barbara live in Ketchum, ID.

 

Ron Landeck. (On the left above with his pandemic non-haircut, Bert Kerstetter on right). From Ohio to Princeton. Turned down Ohio State football to become a Tiger, record breaking tailback on the 17-1 team our last two years, ECAC Player of the Year, and was 12th in the Heisman Trophy voting. Religion/History major, President of Tiger Inn, Chapel Deacons. J.D. Northwestern. Lives with Debby on a homestead in Moscow, Idaho, where they have planted over 30,000 trees and constructed many ponds, while Ron has practiced being what he calls a "small town lawyer," which he loves. Deeply involved in causes related to nature, trails, and all things outdoors. He and Debby have three children, two grandchildren.

 

John McDonough. Winnetka to PU. WWS major, Cap, President Orange Key, Vice Chairman Campus Fund Drive, on board of Memorial Fund Drive, ran proms. Whew!  J.D. Yale, 43 years as Partner at a top law firm in Chicago (trusts/estates/foundations), also 27 years General Counsel of Chicago Community Trust. Dozens of community roles, on the PU Committee to Nominate Alumni Trustees, Princeton Club of Chicago Award for Distinguished Community Service, has been ’66 Class Secretary (interim) and VP. Double whew!  He and Susan have two kids.

 

Bob Nahas. Pennsylvania to Princeton. Politics, Cannon, Keyceptor, ran Student Scarf Agency, famous for biting and beating his sophomore Cane Spree opponent. Fashion/retail executive until 1989, then top executive recruiter same industry and now. Rock star long time AG fundraiser for ’66, at our 50th won for us the Ricardo Mestres Award for highest percentage participation 10th-50th Reunions. Knows everything about everyone reading this bio (we’re not kidding). He and Virg live in Wayne, NJ, had two sons.

 

Bill Torgerson. Maryland boy. Politics major, Campus Club, freshman lacrosse, 150 lb. football, sailing team, catering agency. Navy Vietnam, J.D. University of Maryland. Worked in DC law firm, then hired and worked 27 years at client Pepco Holdings, ultimately Vice Chairman and Chief Legal Officer, retired 2009. Sails all over the world, Commodore of Annapolis Yacht Club. He and Maureen live in Annapolis, one child.

 

We know you were expecting humor, and we hate to Spoil the Fun, but ... Have you remembered Annual Giving? Just click here to contribute by the end of June. The hard-working AG volunteers will be pleased. Time does slip by, and one MMC member, while sincere and of pure intent, has not quite gotten around to AG yet. The interns, enthusiastic Tigers all, gave him stern looks of reprimand, with Jo Oznot looking him in the eye and saying "How could you forget?". Fortunately, there is still time, and the properly humbled MMC member vowed to take swift action and is even increasing his pledge.

 

'66 Geographical Trivia Puzzler - The Puzzler is taking a day off to go fishing. True to Puzzler form, however, he commented on the way out the door that he'd like to call it "catching" rather than "fishing", but it never works out that way.

 

The Masked Man Committee


See our Masked Men Archive here.