Monthly Archives: July 2006

Around Dansville – Bill Cook ’66 and Eric Huynh ’07

Received the following email from Bill Cook ’66 this morning about the new Book "Around Dansville". "It is a book of historical photos and captions. The authors are myself and Eric Huynh (Wabash ’07). I had done a similar book … Continue reading

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Nnamdi Nwosa ’04 – New York Broker

At the Bohemian Beer Garden the other evening I had a chance to briefly chat with Nnamdi Nwosa ’04. Nnamdi returned to New York City after graduation and is now a broker with Perrin, Holden & Davenport Capital Corporation. There’s … Continue reading

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Chris Gross ’64 – National Champion

While attending the New York Association get- together at the Bohemian Hall in Astoria last night, I had the chance to chat with Chris Gross ’64. Chris is an environmental specialist for KeySpan Energy in Centerpoint, NY. As it turns … Continue reading

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Rob Zamora ’05 – Also Serving

Andrew McGlothlen ’05, class agent for his class, sends the following report on a classmate: "Given some of your blog topics, I thought you’d be interested to know that Rob Zamora ’05, a TKE and pledge brother of mine, recently … Continue reading

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From Wes Ket ’03: "I flew the flag over the fire station at my last base in Iraq. It is known as Forward Operating Base (FOB) Q-West in Northern Iraq. I believe the correct name is Qayarrah West, but everyone … Continue reading

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Alumnus and Students – Changing The World

Imagine this scenario. You live in a small rural community in southern Indiana but decide to spend a weekend in Chicago. Unfortunately, you’re involved in a serious car accident and you’re rushed to a Chicago hospital. In today’s world, the … Continue reading

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Wow – These guys are good!

I accompanied Howard Hewitt (Blog Link) on the visit to see Pat East ’00 and Ben Esbaum ’07 working together at Hanapin Marketing in Bloomington, Indiana. As we left after the visit, I couldn’t help but think of these guys … Continue reading

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