Phil Tenkhoff ’59

I am retired and living in Olympia, WA. Last May, I organized a 50th reunion of my Naval Reactor Engineering School class in Pittsburgh. We all served under ADM Hyman Rickover, “Father of the Nuclear Navy.”

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George McMichael ’57

My son-in-law, LCDR Dave Schwind, has left the Navy for a civilian position in Northern California. Paddy and I will be following the four grandchildren and returning to California as soon as we can sell our home on the Elizabeth River in Chesapeake, VA. We will be moving to the Central Valley, in or near …

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Clark Leonard ’56

Life is good! Retired for 26 years, still playing tennis twice weekly, only slower than while playing for USC. Also still playing competitive Bridge twice a week. Grandson is a Marine like me! 1stLt deployed to Afghanistan in February 2012. His wife, also a 1stLt, came home from Afghanistan in February – not much   …

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Howard Laverty ’54

I served 7 1/2 years of active duty: 2 years on USS HELENA (CA-75) with 2 WESTPAC cruises, 2 years aboard USS LOFBERG (DD-759) with 2 WESTPAC cruises, 2 years at FLEET ASW School in San Diego, 1 year on USS HAMUL (AD-20) home ported in Long Beach, CA. In 1962, I left active duty …

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Astronaut Gerald P. (Jerry) Carr ’54

Pat and I are living in Manchester Center, VT and enjoying winters. We’re not fully retired, but making a full-time effort in sculpture. Pat, an artist for over 60 years, designs our pieces and I engineer them. We have a large commissioned sculpture on the grounds of the newly opened Crystal Bridges Museum of American …

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Philip Kitchin ’51

We are moving to St. Petersburg, FL in July 2012. Our daughter, LtCol Nancy K. Fagan, re- tired after 20+ years in the Air Force and now works for the VA in St. Petersburg.

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R. Bruce Campbell ’49*

I was a Holloway Plan Ap- prentice Seaman, V-5, USNR at USC in 1946. We lived in Newkirk Hall on campus, wore Navy uniforms full time, marched to some events, did PE in the parking lot daily, and were not allowed to drive cars. That was nearly 60 years ago! The program died after one …

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William T. Burris, Jr. ’45

Bob Benner and I are the remaining half of foursome roommates “Benner-Berhard- Borch & Burris” – exiled with the Drum and Bugle Corps to the “other” dorm whilst at USC NROTC 1942-45.

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H. Lawrence Wilsey ’44

Served active duty in Norfolk, VA 1944 – 45. USNR 1945 – 47. Resigned Naval Reserve Commission at the request of the Navy, since I was then a Foreign  Service  Officer  and  the  State  Department  would   not   release   me.     Served   as   Foreign   Service   Staff   Officer …

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