Charlie Hickox reports that he is staying in shape and still appreciating the good things in life.
Talbot Adamson writes: “Sad to report we lost Clarence Michalis on March 30 (see obituary, p. 54), only a few days after we had a talk on the phone. The New York Times had a very fine, comprehensive obituary on April 5. Clarence led a very full life, including being mayor of the village of Lattingtown, N.Y., for 48 years. With all that he did, he managed to take a little time off to cruise with Cora and his children aboard his beautiful sloop. I had the pleasure of working with Clarence on SPS matters (form agent, correspondence, reunions, etc.) for over 30 years after my late brother, Bill, and I served as form agents for 35 (alternating) years following World War II. Maisie and I will miss having dinner together with Clarence and Cora every fifth reunion. Time marches on and we are now down to 10 survivors. I am now wheelchair-bound and had to miss our last reunion.”
Herb Barry writes: “I retired from teaching at the University of Pittsburgh 17 years ago, but I continue publishing letters in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and other specialty journals.” The entire form would like to extend sympathy to Byam Stevens on the death of his wife, Priscilla.