Articles & Archives
Can you find yourself in one of these 1953 Party Pictures from “a while” ago?
And, if you have some pictures you want to include in this “60th Reunion Collage” send them up—lots of room!
Class of ’53 Archives
Still More Reunion Pictures by Dave and Bonnie Siegal.
The Barbary Coast Orchestra Goes to Bermuda.
In our memory…
On Wednesday evening , April 16th, at the express wishes of both Bob and Cathy Callender and their son Will, a large and convivial gathering of Classmates and hundreds of other friends was held at the University Club in New York to warmly celebrate the accomplished and giving life of Bob Callender, whose irrepressible good humor and quick but gentle wit served him and us well for nearly six decades. His sterling loyalty to Dartmouth and Tuck, most particularly to our Class and to our Classmates, distinguished his exemplary alumnus years. At what was truly a spirited celebration, our many happy reminiscences of Cal from freshman year onward were enriched by affectionate and moving words from his son Will and a wonderful selection of over a hundred pictures of Bob, his family and friends, screened as a slide show with familiar Dartmouth songs played throughout. It was a fond farewell to cherish.
Security On Campus, Inc. co -founder and former CEO of Rapidforms, Inc. died peacefully at his Florida home Jan. 1st , age 77. He was the loving husband of Constance B. Clery for 51 years and the father of three adoring children: Howard III, Benjamin, and Jeanne.
A man of great character, Howard never allowed adversity to defeat him: his many accomplishments, family and friends who love him dearly are testament to the life of a good man. May all who love him find comfort in their memories of Howard.
Life presented many difficult challenges for Howard Clery. Born in Boston, Howard’s father died in 1941 when he was 11 years old. He became a very competitive athlete at Arlington High School playing varsity football when he was stricken with polio during practice in 1945. Despite a year of rehabilitation at Warm Springs, GA. he would wear a heavy steel leg brace and walk on canes for the remainder of his life.