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Gregory Loew (MS '54)

After working at Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory for 50 years, eventually becoming Deputy Director of the lab, and teaching a course in the Humanities at Stanford for over ten years on the causes of war, I recently published a book with Mascot Books titled "The Human Condition: Reality, Science and History."

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Sam (formerly Bill) Autrey (BS '54)

Sylvia and I have recently moved into Capriana, a senior retirement facility in Brea, CA with 79 apartments and currently 105 residents - 74 women and 31 men.   We don't have to cook, or clean, or mow, or plant, or weed, or otherwise take care of anything except ourselves.  The meals are very good, and there are lots of local activities plus transportation to off campus activities.  I would guess the average age of the residents to be in the late eighties.  There are not a lot of active golfers, team ball players, or even swimmers.  We mostly breathe in and out a lot, read, and watch movies or TV.  And talk.  We talk a lot about everything.

David MacDonald (BS '53, MS '54)

Visited daughter Cadie Olsen and family in July, with a camping trip to Idaho. Another upcoming visit with daughter Lara Harshfield and family in Golden, CO.
I'm still hiking and backpacking at age 83, but not climbing fourteeners anymore.
In July, hiked to 10,300-ft elevation near Tuolumne Meadows.

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