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Join your classmates May 1-3, 2015

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Directions

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Driving Directions to Campus

From the Richmond Airport and points west:

  • Interstate 64 East
  • Exit 234 to the right (199 East)
  • Travel 8 miles, then turn left down Jamestown Road

From the Norfolk Airport and points east:

  • Interstate 64 West
  • Exit 242-A (199 West)
  • Travel 5.2 miles, then turn right down Jamestown Road

For more information and additional maps, visit the Directions to Campus page at the William & Mary website.

Driving Directions to the home of Howard and Mary Busbee

Directions to the home of Howard and Mary Busbee – The Busbees’ home is at 721 College Terrace in Williamsburg, on the corner of College Terrace and Brooks Street, two blocks west of the Alumni House. From College Corner (“Jockey Corner” or “Confusion Corner”) travel west on Richmond Road 6/10 mile and turn left on Dillard Street. Go one block and turn right onto College Terrace. The Busbees’ home is at the end of the block. Even though signs indicate that parking is restricted, arrangements have been made for you to park in the neighborhood.

Driving Directions to the home of Babs Dunaway Bowers

For driving directions to Babs Dunaway Bowers, please visit Google maps here

 

Re-Echo

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The submission deadline for the Re-Echo has closed. Please contact Megan Taylor at mctaylor01@wm.edu with any questions or concerns.


Accommodations

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A block of rooms has been reserved for the Class of 1965 at the Williamsburg Lodge. To make a reservation, call 800.261.9530 and use the booking code 32128. The reservation block at the Fairfield Inn and Suites has closed.

Miss the hotel block deadline? Try one of these hotels located close to campus:

Hilton Garden Inn: 757.253.9400

Residence Inn: 757.941.2000

Springhill Suites: 757.941.3000

Embassy Suites: 757.229.6800

Parking Information

The gravel parking lot and spaces behind the Alumni House will be available for parking throughout the entire reunion weekend. Listed below are parking arrangements per event:

Academic Symposium - The Old Dominion parking lot in front of the Sadler Center will be available.

Welcome Reception - Guests can park along James Blair Drive (the road that extends from the Zable Stadium parking lot running parallel with the Sunken Garden).

Breakfast & Student Panel - The Old Dominion parking lot in front of the Sadler Center will be available. Guests can leave their cars there until after the Gift Presentation Luncheon (a bus will be transporting guests back to the Sadler Center after the lunch).

Gift Presentation Luncheon - If you opted not to participate in the Bus Tour and are driving straight to the luncheon, handicap parking will be available in Hunt Circle (right by Trinkle Hall). Other guests are asked to park in the large parking lot behind the Campus Center.

Reception, Dinner & Dance - Handicap parking will be available directly in front of Miller Hall. All guests are welcome to park in the large lot along Jamestown Road - be advised that multiple events are taking place around Phi Beta Kappa on Saturday. If parking is unavailable in the main parking lot, spaces in the parking garage along Ukrop Way have been reserved.

Old Guarde Induction Ceremony - Parking will be available at the Alumni House and buses will be transporting class members (and guests!) to the Wren Yard for the ceremony. Buses will also transport everyone back to the Alumni House after the service.


If you have any special parking requirements, please contact Leah Reinhardt, lkreinhardt@wm.edu, for coordination.

 

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Class of ’65 working to super-size our reunion gift!

The extraordinary Class of '65 has exceeded our $15 million fundraising goal, a new W&M class gift record. The $1 million target for the Alumni House expansion also has been exceeded.

Now we need 45 more donors to reach our ambitious participation goal of 50%! If you are one of these special people, please give or pledge today.

LET’S DO THIS TOGETHER!


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Class of 1965 Project: Alumni House Expansion

Artist rendering of the Alumni House expansion

As the sixth oldest alumni association in the nation, the William & Mary Alumni Association is focused on fostering the lifelong relationships and culture of engagement alumni have with their alma mater. By expanding the Alumni House, the Alumni Association will gain the much needed capacity to ensure that members of the class of 1965 and all alumni will have a warm and welcoming environment in which to renew friendships and forge new bonds when they return to their lifelong campus home.

In 1995 there were 53,000 alumni and that number has grown to over 92,500 today. It is estimated that by 2020 there will be 108,500 W&M alumni. Plans call for the addition of new meeting spaces, the largest with a capacity for up to 300 people; a business center; gathering spaces for visiting alumni; a catering area; and a new entrance with an expanded reception area to better accommodate our growing alumni body. A dedicated room will feature William & Mary’s history and a display of memorabilia. The Alumni House also will support expanded programing for alumni, students and the William & Mary community. With new and larger spaces, the Alumni House will be a key location for starting the lifelong engagement with students while they are still on campus. The Alumni House will serve as the western gateway to campus and as a visible statement of the importance of alumni to the College.

Current plans estimate the cost of the project to be $8 million. In addition, the Alumni Association is seeking to establish a $2 million building maintenance endowment that will ensure the new facility stands in excellent condition to serve the William & Mary’s growing alumni community for the long term.

The Class of 1965 is taking a leadership role in helping to raise funds for the expansion of the Alumni House by designating it as the class’s 50th reunion project. In recognition of our class gift project, a prominent space in the expanded facility will carry the Class of 1965’s name. Please show your support for the expansion of the Alumni House in ways that others will hear the thunder of our chorus – alma mater hail!

 

Giving Honor Roll

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50th Reunion Gifts & Pledges

  • WRN - Wren Society – Annual gift of $100,000 or more
  • CS - Chancellor's Society – Annual gift of $25,000 or more
  • GG - Green & Gold Society - Annual gift of $10,000 or more
  • PS - President's Society – Annual gift of $5,000 or more
  • FCS - Fourth Century Society – Annual gift of $2,000 or more
  • RBS - Honorable Robert Boyle Legacy Society – Estate plan
  • 30+ - More than 30 years of giving to the College
Donor Giving Society Giving 30+ Years
Leslie Mcaneny Altomonte '65 30+
Quinby James Amory '65
Jesse F. Amos '65 30+
Robert F. Andrialis '65 FCS 30+
Glenda Hudgins Anthony '65
Jay A. Anthony '65, M.B.A. '70
Richard V. Ascoli '65
Kathleen Wiese Astor '65 30+
Linda Mesimer Bailey '65
Melinda Duke Ball '65 30+
Peggy Coddington Barker '65
Elizabeth C. Barret '65 30+
William I. Barton '65 30+
James D. Bassage Jr. ‘65 PS
Jeanne English Bedell '65 30+
Ann Singleton Beebe '65
John P. Bell '65
Janet Beers Bendann '65 30+
Bonnie Burnett Bird '65
Paulette Odom Blankinship ‘65 CC
Scott F. Blankinship ‘65 CC
Ben A. Blanton Jr. '65 30+
Lawrence E. Bolton '65 J.D. '68
Barbara Dunaway Bowers '65 WRN
Mary Kerby Bowman '65
Marion Ostwald Brecht '65 30+
Sue August Bridenstine '65
Ellen Rennolds Brouwer '65
Alan P. Brown '65
Malinda Sproul Brown '65
Patricia Canady Buchanan '65 FCS, RBS 30+
Penelope Sanders Buck '65
Sally Hardy Burke '65 FCS 30+
Howard J. Busbee '65, J.D. '67, M.L.T. '68 CS,RBS 30+
Trilby Busch '65
Patricia Ward Capps '65
Katharine Anderson Carling '65 30+
Linda Harris Carr '65 30+
Courtney Morton Carter '65 30+
Elizabeth Dunn Casey '65 30+
Brian F. Chabot'65 30+
Susan Roberts Chadd '65 30+
George B. Chappell '65
Diane Rassiga Clark '65
Patricia Davis Cleveland '65
Wayne C. Codding '65
Rebecca Ruffin Collins '65
Elizabeth Gebhart Cottingham ‘65 30+
Suzanne Proudman Cowles '65
Joy Edman Crane '65
Nancy Mitkievicz Crouse '65
Clyde E. Culp III '65 30+
Douglas B. Dann Jr. '65 M.Ed. '70
Nancy Diehl Deems '65
Michael A. Deligiannis '65
Thomas L. Demakes '65 CS 30+
Judy Weismann Dennen '65
Kathleen McGurrin Dunlap '65
Patricia Riley Dunlap '65
George M. Dupuy '65 RBS
Andrew O. Egseth Jr. '65 30+
Barbara Anderson Egseth'65 30+
Joseph J. Ellis '65, L.H.D. '98 GG 30+
W. Maurice Enright '65 M.Ed.'69 30+
Joe Anne Smith Erickson '65
Frederick W. Everett '65
Sarah Bailey Everett '65
Thomas A. Ewig '65 FCS 30+
Kathryn Power Fallis '65
Laurence W. Fennelly '65
Pamela Wandell Fleming '65
Francis E. Fletcher Jr. '65, J.D. '68 30+
Virginia Blount Fluet '65 RBS 30+
Zandra Wright Franklin '65
Suzanne G. Frayser '65 RBS
Mary B. French '65 30+
John C. Fuller '65 G&G
Margaret Hodges Furr '65 30+
Richard M. Furr Sr. '65
Helen Routh Gaines '65
Robert A. Gaines '65, J.D. '95 CS 30+
Patricia Niccoli Gasch '65
Robert M. Gates '65, L.H.D. '98 CS,RBS
Henry H. George '65 GG, RBS 30+
Sharon Spooner Gray '65 PS,RBS 30+
James L. Greaves '65
Frances Drewry Green '65 30+
Bonnie Cheshire Greenwalt '65 30+
Martha Boyd Gresham'65
Marjorie Robert Guroff 30+
Lynne Marcus Halpin '65
Bridget Sullivan Hampson '65 RBS 30+
Glenmore Hines Harding '65 CS,RBS 30+
Susan B. Hardy '65 RBS
Judith Pollard Harned '65 30+
Arthur P. Henderson Jr. '65
Sara Shafer Hetzler '65
Charles P. Hoiberg '65
Everett W. Holland Jr. '65 PS
Thomas P. Hollowell '65, J.D. '68, M.L.T. '69 CS, RBS 30+
Priscilla Brown Holman '65
Mary Rowland Holsten '65 PS 30+
Jodi Russell Horton ‘65
Elizabeth A. Hotchkin '65
Ann Cook Howard '65 30+
Joseph L. Howard Jr. '65, J.D. '68 30+
Gretchen Vanderboegh Howell '65
Tracy Debell Hurley '65
Linda Lane Izquierdo '65 FCS 30+
William J. Hurley '65
Mary Erskine Jackson '65
Carol Pierce Jellie '65
Celia Curlee Johnson '65
Ernest L. Johnson III '65
J. Clifford Johnson Jr. '65 WRN 30+
Anne Barden Kirkup '65 30+
Thomas J. Kirkup III '65 30+
James W. Korman'65 PS 30+
Richard C. Kraemer '65 WRN, RBS 30+
Rebecca Ritchie Laine '65 30+
Susan Stevenson Landis 30+
H. Raymond Lankford Jr. '65 30+
Diane Owens Lehner '65 FCS
Mary Kahle LeMat '65 FCS
Dabney Delaney Leonard '65 FCS 30+
Richard K. LeRoy '65 30+
Bernard J. Lieb '65, M.S. '67
Paul J. Lipani '65 30+
Harry E. Litchfield III '65
Patricia Trevvett Lucy '65
Marguerite Furey Maguire '65 FCS 30+
Diane Bright Manning '65
Jane Tuggle Martin '65
Samuel T. Martin Jr. '65 FCS 30+
Dianne Dettmer Maughan '65
Linda Nieder McCarthy '65 PS 30+
Barbara L. McDermott '65
Claudia Mahone McDonald '65
David L. McDonald '65
Peter McIntosh '65 J.D. '73
B. Elise Medinger '65
Barbara Wampler Melby '65 FCS 30+
Pamela Brown Michael '65 FCS, RBS
Bruce C. Miller '65 30+
Marguerite Kelly Morris '65
Martin M. Morris Jr. '65 PS
Janet Neil Morrison '65 FCS 30+
Eugene P. Moser Jr. '65
Penny Plummer Moulis '65
John A. Moyer '65
Joan Robinson Munden '65 30+
Eleanor Blair Murphy '65. M.Ed. '73
James M. Murphy '65 CS
Janet Thurman Murphy '65 30+
Linda Groom Murphy ‘65 30+
Byrd Lacy Murray '65
Joseph H. Nash Jr. '65 30+
W. James Noonan '65
Donald R. Olsen '65
Peter G. Olson '65 30+
Donald G. Owens '65, J.D. '71 FCS 30+
Lynn Meushaw Parent '65 FCS 30+
Marcia Anderson Partch '65
Diane Freeman Pollard '65 M.Ed. '68
Michael B. Pratt '65
Sally Wells Quigley ‘65
Dawn Smith Rawls'65
Jean Freeman Reed'65
Linda Cook Renick '65
Mary Ann Dalton Repass '65 30+
Fredrica Dudley Rice '65 RBS 30+
J. Patrick Ricks '65
John C. Riecks '65 M.Ed.'69 FCS 30+
Anne Kabler Robichaux '65 30+
Ruth Lavaille Robinson '65 30+
Frank W. Roebuck II '65
Mary Liz Smith Sadler '65 PS 30+
Jan F. Sassaman '65 30+
Margaret Temple Sharman '65
Olive M. Shiers '65
Rebecca Mullins Shipp '65
Melissa Skillen Shull '65
Ann-Meade Baskervill Simpson '65 GG 30+
Randolph Venable Sinisi '65
Elizabeth Grillo Skopik'65
Leslie P. Smith '65, J.D. '71 30+
Edward L. Smoot '65
Michael P. Sopchak Jr. '65 RBS 30+
Richard J. Staron '65
Jean Acker Steele '65
Richard F. Stefanelli '65
J. Thomas Steger '65, J.D. '69 30+
Jerry L. Stettler '65
Thomas D. Stieler '65
Martha Leef Stout '65 FCS,RBS 30+
Elizabeth White Suchar '65 RBS
Scott H. Swan'65 30+
Donald B. Swink '65
Malcolm P. Taylor '65
Ruth Garnette Saunders Teass '65 J.D. '68 30+
Luke E. Terry Jr. '65 30+
David F. Thomas '65 30+
Elizabeth Burrows Thompson '65
John L. Trevey Jr. '65 FCS 30+
Diane Kettner Urmann '65
Tommy E. Vaughan '65 30+
Russell A. Vincent Jr. '65
Sallie Shwiller Vollerin '65 PS 30+
Joyce Hoskins Walk '65, M.Ed.'71
Joan Solinger Walker '65
Katherine Roach Wassink '65 FCS 30+
Carl R. Weber '65
William E. Wehner '65, C.L.U. '70 CS
Jay-Louise Weldon '65 PS 30+
William L. Wellons '65, J.D. '68 FCS 30+
Virginia Whitener '65
Diane E. Wilson '65 30+
Edward K. Wilverding '65
Barbara Hopson Witter '65
Margaret Dixon Woerle '65 PS
William H. Wolfe '65
Lucille Minchin Zaleski '65

Campus Challenge Scoreboard

Greek Groups Percent Participation Campus Challenge Solicitor
Alpha Chi Omega 69%
Chi Omega 59% Dabney Dulaney Leonard
Delta Delta Delta 75% Dabney Delaney Leonard
Gamma Phi Beta 72% Bridget Sullivan Hampson
Kappa Alpha 80% Donnie Owens
Kappa Alpha Theta 74% Anne Kabler Robichaux
Kappa Delta 50% Glenne Hines Harding
Kappa Kappa Gamma 69% Barbara Dunaway Bowers
Kappa Sigma 50% Bob Andrialis
Lambda Chi Alpha 43%
Phi Kappa Tau 11%
Phi Mu 40% Randy Venable Sinisi
Pi Beta Phi 89% Micki Leef Stout
Phi Beta Kappa 68% Sharon Spooner Gray
Pi Kappa Alpha 57% Jay Anthony
Pi Lambda Phi 38% Jim Korman
Phi Mu 40% Randy Venable Sinisi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 11% Clyde Culp
Sigma Chi 50%
Sigma Nu 40% Rich Kraemer
Sigma Phi Epsilon 67% Bill Wehner
Sigma Pi 58% Tom Hollowell
Sigma Pi Sigma - Physics 56% Sharon Spooner Gray
Theta Delta Chi 36% Howard Busbee
Student Activities Percent Participation Campus Challenge Solicitor
Canterbury Club 57% Henry George
Colonial Echo 67% Melinda Duke Ball
Choir & Chorus 71% John Trevey
Dorm Council 75% Kathleen Wiese Little-Astor
Flat Hat 62% Kathie Wiese Little-Astor
Football 80% Scott Swan
Mermettes - Synchronized Swimming Team 71% Margie Kelly Morris
Order of the White Jacket 75% Martin Morris
Orientation Aide 69% Lynne Yerkes Halpin
Student Association 81% Ann-Meade Baskervill Simpson
Society Scabbard & Blade 88% Donnie Owens
Swimming Club 25% Pete Olson
Young Democrats 67% Barbara Wampler Melby

Note: Gift Society memberships will be effective for the 2015-2016 fiscal year and based on cash gifts or pledge payments given this fiscal year.

 

About the Olde Guarde

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The Olde Guarde of Their Majesties' Royal Colledge in Virginia is comprised of all alumni whose identified class has celebrated its fiftieth reunion and is part of the Alumni Association of the College of William & Mary. They are dedicated to preserving the heritage of the College of advocating its advancement and reputation among the nation's institutions of higher learning.

Through social, service and educational programs they endeavor to promote among our membership the welfare and support of the W&M Alumni Association. They plan activities, events and projects as opportunities for members to assist in enhancing the life of our alma mater.

Each year the Olde Guarde hosts a variety of activities from the Olde Guarde Celebration (celebrating 55th, 60th, 65th, 70th and 75th reunions), Olde Guarde Day (an annual gathering for all members) as well as an Olde Guarde Luncheon during Homecoming and a float in the homecoming parade. If you have any questions or want to learn more, please visit the Olde Guarde facebook page here or email the Office of Alumni Events at alumni.events@wm.edu

For more information about the Olde Guarde events that will happen immediately after 50th Reunion weekend, please visit our Events page here.

 

Honorary Reunion Committee Chair

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  • Chancellor Robert M. Gates

Reunion Committee Chair

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Reunion Committee Co-Chairs

Reunion Committee Members

Registration

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To register and pricing for the weekend of a lifetime, please visit the registration page on the W&M Alumni website.

 

Reunion of a Lifetime Events

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Plan to come back home to spend time with old friends, make some new ones, and rekindle your love for your alma mater. Do not miss this special opportunity, one that is impossible to describe - the reunion of a lifetime!

Friday, May 1

alumni house

Reconnect with classmates

1 - 3 p.m.
Registration and Barbecue picnic
Alumni House Lawn
3 - 4:00 p.m.
Academic Symposium
Commonwealth Auditorium
6 - 8 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Wren Building

On Friday from 1-3 p.m. we will register and enjoy a barbecue picnic luncheon from the campus food truck. Following lunch, the afternoon gives way to Academic Symposiums which will allow attendees the opportunity to hear from one of W&M's most entertaining professors, Scott Nelson. Friday evening we will gather for a Welcome Reception behind our beloved Wren Building to rekindle old friendships and make new ones.

Registration will remain open at the Alumni House until 8 p.m.

Saturday, May 2

alumni house

Enjoy an event filled day

8 - 10:30 a.m.
Saturday Breakfast and Student Panel
Sadler Center
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
Guided Bus Tour of the Campus
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12 - 2 p.m.
Gift Presentation Luncheon with President Reveley
Trinkle Hall
2 - 5 p.m.
Free Time
5 p.m.
50th Reunion Cocktail Reception
Raymond A. Mason School of Business
6:30 p.m.
50th Reunion Dinner and Dancing
Raymond A. Mason School of Business

Saturday will begin at 8 a.m. with a full breakfast in Sadler Center, followed by a student panel. The students will talk about life on campus today and ask us about life on campus during the 60's. After the student panel, buses will wind through the old and new campus giving participants a view of the transformation of the College over the past five decades. The tour will end at Trinkle Hall where a gourmet lunch will be served at noon. During lunch the class will unveil its gift to the College and present the check to President W. Taylor Reveley III.

During free time guests will be able to view Swem Library's newly renovated Media Center. If you would like to have your W&M story sound-recorded for University Archives, please contact Leah Reinhardt at lkreinhardt@wm.edu prior to April 27

Saturday evening will be filled with dinner, drinks and dancing. We will gather in the grand foyer of the spectacular Raymond A. Mason School of Business where we will enjoy the beauty of the one of the newer buildings on campus while sipping on one of your favorite drinks and mingling with friends. After the reception we will dine in the lovely Brinkley Commons Room before celebrating the night while dancing to the sounds of the Mystic Soul Bubba's, a popular Virginia band specializing in music from the 60's and 70's.

Sunday, May 3

alumni house

Caps and Gowns - Inductions and Remembrance

8 - 9 a.m.
Coffee and Bagels
Alumni House
9:30 - 11 a.m.
Olde Guarde Induction and Service of Remembrance
Wren Courtyard
Noon
Luncheon
At the home of Babs Dunaway Bowers
5 p.m.
Closing Cocktail Party
At the home of Howard Busbee
6:30 p.m.
Olde Guarde Celebration Dinner
School of Education

As they say, you save the best for last and our last day will begin in the morning collecting caps and gowns at the Alumni House before boarding buses to the Wren Courtyard. There, you will process into the Yard as a class while remembering your graduation day. On the occasion of your 50th Reunion you will be inducted into The Olde Guarde of Their Majesties' Royall Colledge in Virginia and honor classmates in a service of remembrance. Beneath the trees and surrounded by the beauty of the Wren Building you will be transported back to the days you walked this campus every day. This special experience is sure to be the highlight of this weekend.

After a class photo, you are invited to travel to the home of Babs Dunaway Bowers for an afternoon luncheon. Sunday evening we will gather once again to raise a toast to one another and our beloved college at the home of Howard Busbee. This cocktail hour will be the end of our 50th Reunion and the beginning of the journey into The Olde Guarde.

Members of the Class of 1965 and guests are encouraged to join those who graduated 55, 60, 65 and 70 years ago at the Olde Guarde Celebration Dinner at the School of Education.

For driving directions to the home of Babs Dunaway Bowers and the home of Howard Busbee, please visit our Directions page here.

Monday, May 4

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Olde Guarde Day

10 - 11 a.m.
Guest Speaker
Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
11 a.m. - Noon
Bloody Mary Reception
Sadler Center, Tidewater Rooms
Noon
Luncheon
Sadler Center, Chesapeake Rooms

Monday will begin with a guest speaker from the College's administration. Learn more about the campus and the topics that are alive and innovative. From 11 – noon enjoy a Bloody Mary Reception and catch up with fellow alumni who graduated before you. Over lunch you will gather with more than 200 members of the Olde Guarde as President Reveley gives a state of the College to the audience.


All events, times and locations are subject to change

 

Who's Coming

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Note: If you recently registered and don't see your name here yet, check back. The list is updated approximately every few days.


Leslie M. Altomonte '65

Robert Stanley Andrialis '65 with guest Cynthia Andrialis

Jay A. Anthony '65 with Glenda Hudgins Anthony '65

Melinda Duke Ball '65 with guest Harry Stuart Ball III

Janet Beers Bendann '65

Barbara Dunaway Bowers '65 with guest Michael J. Bowers

Ellen Rennolds Brouwer '65

Howard J. Busbee '65, J.D. '67, M.L.T. '68 with Mary Whitt Busbee HON '03

Trilby Busch '65

Katharine Anderson Carling '65 with James R. Carling ' 64, M.B.A. '71

Elizabeth Dunn Casey '65 with guest Robert E. Casey

Susan Roberts Chadd '65 with guest Charles M. Chadd

Patricia Ellen Cleveland '65

Rebecca Ruffin Collins '65

Elizabeth Gebhart Cottingham '65

Suzanne Proudmand Cowles '65 with Carter Cunningham Cowles III '58

Judy W. Dennen '65 with guest David Haydn Dennen

Joseph J. Ellis '65 with guest Ellen Ellis

Kathryn Power Fallis '65 with guest Stanley R. Fallis

Virginia Blount Fluet '65 with guest Joseph E. Fluet Jr.

Suzanne Garnett Frayser '65 with guest Jean P. Thoma

Mary Blake French '65 with Richard E. Crouch '62, B.C.L. '64

John Dwight Fuller '65 with guest Mallory Fuller

Margaret Hodges Furr '65

Robert A. Gaines '65 with Helen Routh Gaines '65

Henry Harman George '65 with Nancy Sadler George HON '03

Sharon Spooner Gray '65

Frances Drewry Green '65 with guest Robert G. Green

Lynne Yerkes Halpin '65

Bridget Sullivan Hampson '65 with guest Harry Graham Hampson

Glenmore Hines Harding '65 with guest Dave Weibel

Judith Pollard Harned '65 with David A. Harned '62

Arthur P. Henderson, Jr. '65 with Nancy Rhodenhizer Henderson '66

Thomas P. Hollowell '65, J.D. '68, M.L.T. '69 with guest Lyttleton Hollowell

Priscilla Brown Holman Ph.D. '65 with Charles R. Holman, Jr.

William J. Hurley '65 with guest Mary R. Hurley

Mary Erskine Jackson '65

Celia Curlee Johnson '65 with James A. Johnson '66

John Clifford Johnson, Jr. '65 with guest Mary Ann Johnson

Thomas James Kirkup III '65 with Anne B. Kirkup '65

James William Korman '65 with Barbara Lewis Korman '66

Richard C. Kraemer '65 with Carole Ann Kraemer

Susan Stevenson Landis '65

Dabney D. Leonard '65 with guest Ronald R. Leonard

Kathleen Wiese Little-Astor '65 with guest Bart Astor

Marguerite Furey Maguire '65 with guest Walter J. Maguire

Samuel Travis Martin, Jr. '65 with guest Elizabeth Despins Martin

Dianne Dettmer Maughan '65

Barbara Louise McDermott '65

Claudia Mahone McDonald '65

Barbara Wampler Melby '65 with guest Tom Melby

Lynn Meushaw Parent '65 with guest Neil Parent

Pamela Brown Michael '65 with guest Robert W. Michael

Marguerite Kelly Morris '65

Martin Matthew Morris, Jr. '65 with guest Gail Morris

Byrd Lacy Murray '65

Joseph H. Nash '65 with guest Janis Callaway Nash '67

Peter Grant Olson '65 with Daisy Molina Olson

Donald Gary Owens, Esq. '65, J.D. '71 with guest Harlean Scott Owens

Marcia Anderson Partch '65 with Harland Bart Partch '62

Sally Wells Quigley '65 with guest David A. Quigley

Dawn Smith Rawls '65

Jean Freeman Reed '65

Anne K. Robichaux '65 with guest Kenneth Paul Robichaux

Mary Liz Sadler '65 with W. Samuel Sadler '64, M.Ed. '71

Ann-Meade Baskervill Simpson '65 with Robert Lee Simpson, Jr. '63, J.D. '68

Randolph Venable Sinisi '65 with guest Joseph Sebastian Sinisi

Michael P. Sopchak Jr. '65 with Dicket Barron Sopchak '67

Shirley Freeze Spalding '65 with guest Bruce Harold Centner

Jean E. Steele '65 with guest Robert E. Steele

Jerry L. Stettler C.P.A. '65 with guest Judy Stettler

Martha Leef Stout '65

Elizabeth White Suchar '65

Malcolm Palmer Taylor Jr. '65 with guest Rita N. Taylor

John Lockridge Trevey, Jr. '65 with guest Ednamae H. Trevey

Tommy E. Vaughn '65 with guest Rita E. Vaughn

Joan Solinger Walker '65 with guest Lewis M. Walker III

William Edwin Wehner, Jr. '65 with Donna Doddson Wehner '67

Jay-Louise Weldon '65 with guest Michael Wynne

William L. Wellons '65, J.D. '68 with guest Jane Dickerson Wellons

 

Directions

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Hotel accommodations are available at the Williamsburg Lodge. Special rates are available at this location as well as other Colonial Williamsburg properties.

To make reservations please call 800.261.9530 and use booking code 32128