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ALAN D. ROZINSK Y, Head Class Agent


13620-B Via Flora, Delray Beach, FL 33484

3004 Margaret Jones Ln., Williamsburg, VA 23185 hbucklin3@aol.com

THOM AS B. BY RNE III, Head Class Agent 31 Helena Rd., Avon, CT 06001-3433 tbyrne@thomasbyrne.com

63 JACK R. STOKV IS, Head Class Agent

25 Pine St., Haworth, NJ 07641-1926 smarts@galaxy.net

64 W. B. H ARWOOD III, Head Class Agent 24 Overhill Ave., New Britain, CT 06053 wbhtcc@aol.com

65 PERRY BENSON JR., Head Class Agent

2135 Naudain St., Philadelphia, PA 19146-1218 pb2@jacobswyper.com

66 MICH AEL D. BARKER, Head Class Agent

40 Bay Hill Dr., Bloomfield, CT 06002-2376 barkermike@aol.com

67 JAMES W. CORRIGAN, Co-Head Class Agent

826 Gould Hill Rd., Contoocook, NH 03229 jwc915@gmail.com W ILLI AM F. ROBERTS JR., Co-Head Class Agent

786 Brownsville Rd., Sinking Spring, PA 19608 wfroberts@fast.net

71 TIMOTHY R. BEEBLE, Head Class Agent

63 Grassy Plain St., Bethel, CT 06801 tbeeble@aol.com

72 KEVIN J. DRISCOLL, Class Agent

500 Old Farms Rd., Avon, CT 06001 driscollk@avonoldfarms.com

73 CHRISTOPHER L. ATKINS, Head Class Agent PO Box 706, Hilldale, NY 12529-0706 catkins702@gmail.com

74 GEORGE J. GI ANNONI, Co-Head Class Agent

36 Twilight Dr., Granby, CT 06035-1212 ggiannoni@cox.net EDWARD P. MOLLOY, Co-Head Class Agent

6 Winhart Dr., Granby, CT 06035 e.molloy@cox.net ROBERT M. SULICK celebrates his 40th graduation anniversary from the College of Wooster this year with PATRICK D. HURLEY ’74; JAMES “JEB” BELL ’74, P’14; EDWARD

J. COOKIE BOY D III lives in Whitefish, Mont.,

“NED” THOMPSON ’74, P’03, ’08; BARRIE L .

and writes travel articles. He recently published a book, Life In Montana: A Love Story. He encourages any alumni who venture out to northwest Montana to stop by for a visit.

W ILSON ’74; and ALAN R. SPENCER ’74. He shared that in the spring of 1973, Dean John Green called them into his office and said, “You don’t have to apply to any colleges. You are all going to the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.” Robert said, “I think I speak for all of us when I say that his foresight brought us all a college experience that added positively to the bond we had created at Avon Old Farms. I see several of my AOF/ COW colleagues quite often and recently joined

68 GEORGE L . PURNELL , Head Class Agent

4822 Brighton Lakes Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33436 glpluvssports@gmail.com

69 DAV ID F. COLEM AN, Class Agent

35 Adelaide Ave., Barrington, RI 02806 davidcoleman1150@gmail.com DOUGLAS A. MACLEAY retired in December from his job as a TSA program manager. He retired to Florida and plans to travel; his first big trip will be next year to Australia. He has two children and two grandchildren. He hopes to have his grandson attend Avon, possibly the class of 2036.

TIM L. TR AUTM AN ’75, P’03 and his partner, Joan Blanchard, also an alumna of the College of Wooster, for dinner at my restaurant, Mulberry Street, in Manchester, Conn. Time passes, but the friendships and foundation of Avon Old Farms continue to guide us. It has been a great journey with more to come.”

TOM B. BY RNE is happy to report all is well in

family and life. Tom plays basketball a few times a week with a group that includes his nephew and JOE R. SY LV I A ’12. Joe started a career in the insurance business at Tennant Risk Services in West Hartford, Conn., and has been hard at work passing his exams and learning the ropes. Tom also keeps up with nephew, NICK P. M ALINOSK Y ’00. Nick has experienced substantial success in the high-end real estate business in southern Florida. May 2018 brings the 30th anniversary of the formation of Thomas Byrne Associates, an accounting and finance placement firm Tom has successfully operated in Farmington, Conn. DAV ID M. JACK shared the following:

“I announced the publication of Lila’s Dream, a children’s book for 6- to 9-year-old readers endorsed by No. 1 selling author Sheri Fink. Also, five percent of profits from the sale of Lila’s Dream will be donated to the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy when purchased at BookBaby. Lila’s Dream is the third book published by my company, Sightline Media Entertainment LLC, following The Furnace Room and The Treehouse Adventure.” In February, David was honored to be invited to conduct a workshop at Camp Mariposa, a national addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth. The program is funded by the Moyer Foundation for youth who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families. Lila’s Dream was used as the foundation for the discussion about believing in yourself and your dreams. David said, “The kids were polite, attentive, talented, and genuinely interested in writing down or drawing their goals and dreams. I was inspired by the dedication of the counselors and mentors working with these kids. They perfectly represent Avon’s motto to aspire and persevere!” On the home front he shared, all is well in Florida. He enjoys semi-retirement with his wife, Tammy. Emily, his daughter, graduates in May with a master of fine arts degree and his son, Greg, receives his diploma a day later with his undergraduate degree in criminal justice. David said, “I’m proud of my kids—both are honor society, straight A students. We must have done something right.”

The Avonian Spring 2018


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The Avonian, Spring 2018  

The Avonian, Spring 2018