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Accommodations 2014

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The W&M Alumni Association has arranged for the following hotel special discounts for homecoming.


Fairfield Inn & Suites Williamsburg

Offering rooms with two double beds for $109 per night.

For reservations, call 1-888-236-2427 or 757-645-3600 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 2004.


Hilton Garden

Offering rooms with two double beds for $139 per night.

For reservations, call 757-253-9400 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1979.


Kingsmill

More information for Kingsmill will be provided when it is available.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 1994.


Residence Inn

Offering rooms at $115 per night for a Studio room; $115 per night for a one bedroom suite; $169 per night for a two bedroom suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-2000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 16. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1999.


SpringHill Suites

Offering rooms at $99 per night for a Studio room; $119 per night for a bedroom with two queens; $199 per night for a corner junior suite.

For reservations, call 757-941-3000 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code W&M Homecoming.

This offer is available until September 15. This offer is recommended for the Class of 1984.


Westgate Resort

More information for Kingsmill will be provided when it is available.

This offer is recommended for the Class of 2009.


Williamsburg Lodge

Prices start at $226 per night.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1969 and 1989.


Woodlands Hotel & Suites

Offering rooms at $135 per night for a guestroom; $164 per night for a suite.

For reservations, call 800-261-9530 and identify yourself as being with the W&M Alumni Association Homecoming Group with the group code 26468.

This offer is available until September 19. This offer is recommended for the Classes of 1974.



Call the Alumni Association Events Office at 757-221-1184 for more information on homecoming accommodations.

Reunion Class Years

Hello Class of 2009!  We hope you are as excited as we are for our first big reunion.  It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since we graduated!  We hope that you’ve kept William and Mary in your life after graduation, whether it is through keeping in touch with friends, joining an alumni chapter, or visiting Williamsburg.  Supporting the College is a great way to ensure future students have as great an experience as you did.  With monthly giving an option, contributing is as easy as ever.  Please reach out to us for any questions, and thank you for supporting William and Mary!

-Christina Bianchi, Ryan Forster and Eric Scruggs

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Christina Bianchi
  • Ryan Forster
  • Eric Scruggs

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Anne Allen
  • Lara Curtis
  • Kevin Dua
  • Samantha Fien-Helfman
  • Alice Hahn
  • Cody Hill
  • Jenny Huebner
  • Mary Murphy
  • Katie Hidalgo Pierce
  • Andrew Pike
  • Kathryn Wilkerson Pike
  • Ashley Bevis Rector
  • Cabell Rosanelli
  • Ricky Trotman

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $100,000
Percent To Date: 88%
Class Participation: 20%
$100,000
$88,091
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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The Class of 2004 has only gotten better over the previous 10 years. We boast an international professional basketball player, and many filmmakers, professors, lawyers, doctors and political strategists just to name a few. Our 10th reunion is a chance to reconnect with friends, reminisce about the best four years of our lives, and rediscover the Tribe spirit that makes us all great. Take a few minutes to consider what you can do to maintain that wonderful spirit on campus through a pledge to our class gift. Then, book your room, plan your travel, and head to Williamsburg in October. The reunion committee can’t wait to see you all on campus for an amazing 10th reunion on Homecoming Weekend (October 16th – 19th)!

-Jacob Rooksby, Ben Rothermel, Katie O’Neal Sterba and Stacey Busbee Summerfield

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Jacob Rooksby
  • Ben Rothermel
  • Katie O'Neal Sterba
  • Stacey Busbee Summerfield

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Brian Cannon
  • Katie Dahill
  • Chilly Tinaves Goodman
  • Shemeka Hankins
  • Kevin Heraldo
  • Marc Johnson
  • Bonnie Lane
  • Blair Myers McDuff
  • Katie Moore Robbins
  • Beth Plambeck Walk
  • Mitch Walk
  • Katie Webb

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $200,000
Percent To Date: 55%
Class Participation: 16%
$200,000
$110,825
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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Welcome to the reunion website for the last graduating class of the second millennium!  It’s been 15 years since we threw our caps in the air and bid farewell to the College, and we’re marking the occasion with a gift.  Our goal is to set a new record for class participation, and we can do it with your help.  Please consider making a contribution to our effort, no matter how small.  Then, book your hotel room and make your plans to join us in Williamsburg for Homecoming Weekend, October 16-19, 2014.

A lot has changed about our beloved alma mater, but the light that has carried her through all the ups and downs of the last 320 years still shines brightly in the Class of 1999.  We can’t wait to see you all again! 

Tonight, we’re going to party like it’s….

-Brian Diffell, Mark McFadden, Nathan Stump, Margie Marbella Woods

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Brian Diffell
  • Mark McFadden
  • Nathan Stump
  • Margie Marbella Woods

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Sarah Denhardt Cissna
  • Meredith McGuire Corsino
  • Dana Horning Crepeau
  • Brooke Geller
  • Eric Haas
  • Kristin Hayes
  • John Henry
  • Rhian L. Horgan
  • Matthew Lambert
  • Cristie Lauranzon Lucas
  • Oz Parvaiz
  • Rachel Pulver Thompson

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $500,000
Percent To Date: 61%
Class Participation: 15%
$500,000
$305,164
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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Greetings Class of 1994! It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since we took our last walk through the Wren Building and out into the rest of our lives… Whatever your life since College has been, we hope that William & Mary has maintained a special place in your hearts, and that you are as excited as we are about this tremendous milestone!

To mark our big Reunion, we are asking you to join us in giving back. Your gift, no matter how big or small, will help ensure that The College is able to continue to provide for the generations ahead of us. Every contribution is valued and appreciated!

Homecoming is set for October 16-19, 2014… We hope to see you there – to reminisce, to celebrate, and most of all to share in our love for The College of William & Mary.

Hark upon the gale!

Craig Anzalone & The Class of 1994 Reunion Gift Committee

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Craig Anzalone

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Wasfi Alnabki
  • Brian Baker
  • Stephen Byrd
  • Virginia Marbella Damron
  • Jennifer Corcoran Ford
  • Craig Franco
  • Alice Givens
  • Karen Wehrheim Gring
  • Tim Heath
  • Tracey Landa
  • Jill Lord
  • Heather Maples
  • Steven Newman
  • Christine Petrovits
  • Janet W. Reid
  • Brian Smith
  • Pete Snyder

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $850,000
Percent To Date: 66%
Class Participation: 16%
$850,000
$560,459
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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As we make plans to join classmates for our 25th Reunion celebration in Williamsburg, we call to mind the quieter pleasures of our time on campus: studying in a Wren Hall window nook; rowing on Lake Matoaka on a sunny fall afternoon, the leaves on the surrounding trees radiant in their splendor; enjoying a Cheese Shop sandwich in the Sunken Gardens with friends; possibly taking a stroll across the Crim Dell bridge.  And of course, the intellectual challenge presented to us by a group of devoted, caring professors.  These are the things, along with the friendships forged, that sent us forth into the world, better for having attended William & Mary.  For many of us, the path was made easier thanks to generous scholarships, aid packages, or reasonable tuition rates.  If our tradition of excellence at William & Mary is to continue, we must join other classmates and alumni in giving back to future generations.  Today’s students face much higher costs of attendance, and enjoy nowhere near the level of support from the state that we did:  the state today provides 11% of the College’s budget vs. 40+% when we were there.  To that end, won’t you join us in contributing as much as you can over a five year pledge to help our Class reach our Reunion Gift goal of $1.25 million?  Together we can ensure that the College of William & Mary will continue to produce more graduates worthy of “The Alma Mater of the Nation”.

We also hope to see as many of you as possible at Homecoming, October 16-19, 2014.  It will be a great opportunity to catch up with friends and to see the many changes on campus and in Williamsburg.

Gene Foley, Martha McGlothlin, Amy Smith Jasper, Susan Spagnola Rutherford and John Windt

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Gene Foley
  • Martha McGlothlin
  • Amy Smith Jasper
  • Susan Spagnola Rutherford
  • John Windt

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Lynne Bushey
  • Sean Connolly
  • Anson E. Christian
  • Kiki Dunton
  • Stephanie Gray
  • John R. Hugill
  • Keith Jasper
  • Dee Dee Vantree-Keller
  • Marnie Mitchell Keogh
  • Jonathan Legg
  • Jennifer Sage Lian
  • Gretchen Hohleweg Lusby
  • Marianne Mannschreck
  • Doug Manya
  • Monty Mason
  • Steven McCleaf
  • Sallie Wellons McOwen
  • Steve McOwen
  • Will Mennen
  • Joe Mondoro
  • Traci Heath Mondoro
  • Delta Pelgrim
  • Robert Pivarnik
  • John Powers
  • Cathy Puskar
  • Catherine Nelson Schlawin
  • Carolyn Lampe Taylor
  • Trish Tobin
  • Shannon Watson
  • Doug Williams

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $1,250,000
Percent To Date: 78%
Class Participation: 21%
$1,250,000
$970,303
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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Welcome to the Class of 1984 30th reunion website.  Please check back often to stay up-to-date on 2014 Homecoming weekend events.  Homecoming 2014 falls on the weekend of October 16-19, 2014.  Please mark your calendar, we hope to see many of you in October when we will have the opportunity to reminisce and catch up with our classmates.  Working collaboratively with representatives at the College, the class of 1984 has set reunion goals of $2,000,000 and 38% participation in giving toward our reunion class gift.  Due to the generosity of some of our classmates, we are on our way to achieving our goals.  If you have not made a pledge, we appeal to your sense of generosity so that the College can maintain the high standards we have come to expect from our alma mater.  Go Tribe!

Greg Althans, Caleen Norrod Johnson and Lucy Martin Wysong, Co-Chairs, Class of 1984 Reunion Gift Committee

 

Check out our class yearbook!

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Greg Althans
  • Caleen Norrod Johnson
  • Lucy Martin Wysong

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Carl Adkins
  • Ron Andrews
  • Lilly Armistead Andrews
  • Joanna Ashworth
  • Janet Rollins Atwater
  • Lorraine Audia
  • Nancy Obadal Bryant
  • George Cruser
  • Mary Obata Forde
  • Diane Broach Forthuber
  • Scott Gehsmann
  • Luanne Spruill Gutermuth
  • JJ Johnson Head
  • Gus Lee
  • Mark Linaugh
  • Barb Jerome Marchbank
  • David Murphy
  • John Ottaway
  • Susan French Owens
  • Mario Shaffer
  • Michelle Albert Vachris

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $2,000,000
Percent To Date: 69%
Class Participation: 26%
$2,000,000
$1,382,969
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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As we celebrate our 35th Reunion, many of us remember the “secret” joys on our beautiful campus: finding the steam tunnels; appreciating the plants in the hothouse atop Millington; reading the “Dear John” letter of the bronze statue of the couple in the woods between the Sunken Garden and Crim Dell.  Many of us also had the privilege of graduating from the College thanks to scholarships and the reasonable tuition available.  We need to continue this great tradition now more than ever.  To remain competitive costs have risen but unfortunately support from the state has dropped from over 45% of the budget in our day to less than 12% today.  The Class of 1979 Reunion Gift goal is $1.5 million and we hope that you will join us in contributing as much as you can over a five year pledge so that the College of William and Mary will continue to produce more graduates worthy of “The Alma Mater of the Nation”.

We also hope to see as many of you as possible at Homecoming, October 16-19, 2014.  It will be a great opportunity to catch up with friends and to see the many changes on campus and in Williamsburg.

Treazure Johnson, Terry Pool, Co-Chairs

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Treazure Johnson
  • Terry Pool

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Karim Ahamed
  • Ann Crossman Berry
  • Mike Bradshaw
  • Emily Yowell Braswell
  • Chris Maher
  • Joe Manderfield
  • Sue Manix
  • Kathy Dalton Mika
  • Sue Snediker Newman
  • Rich Rothschild

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $1,500,000
Percent To Date: 65%
Class Participation: 22%
$1,500,000
$971,817
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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Welcome to the Class of 1974 website that will keep us informed about homecoming weekend (October 16-19) and the plans for our upcoming  40th reunion.  We hope to see many of you in October so that you have the opportunity to reminisce and catch up with classmates.  The 1974 Reunion Gift Committee has been hard at work reaching out to classmates asking for pledges in support of the College’s fund raising efforts.  Working collaboratively with representatives at the College, the Committee has set a reunion goal of $7.4 million and participation rate of 40% in honor of our 40th reunion.  Due to the generosity of our classmates, we have already raised close to $7 million.  Participation is increasing but remains less than 20% in the early stages of our campaign.  As a Class we have much to be proud of.  In comparison with other 5-year class gifts, average gifts are $1-2 million.  We owe much of our collective successes to the College, and the successes of future classes depend upon our alumni contributions.  To complement our large gift, we are also hoping to distinguish our Class through promotion of a very strong participation rate.  Our participation rate for the last 5-year campaign was 34%.  If you have not made a pledge, we appeal to your sense of generosity so that the College can maintain the high standards we have come to expect of our alma mater.  Go Tribe!

Dave Oelberg, Chair, Class of 1974 Reunion Gift Committee

 

Check out our class yearbook!

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • Dave Oelberg

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Jane Bergman
  • Annie Callaway Davis
  • Craig Dewey
  • Larry Dixon
  • Sheri Elston
  • Rob Estes
  • Jesse Farthing
  • Ginny Wagner Foster
  • Don Garber
  • Barbara Grover
  • Beth Stoneburg Malmquist
  • Melanie Pratt Merriman
  • Joe Montgomery
  • Marsha Montgomery
  • Phil Mott
  • Larry Pulley
  • Ron Risdon
  • John Strom
  • Sara Cheney Strom
  • Deb Jones Traskell
  • Joy Topping Unger
  • Tom Watkins
  • Alicia Cotter Wilson
  • Frank Wood

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Stretch Goal: $7,400,000
Original Goal: $7,400,000
Percent To Date: 101%
Class Participation: 28%
$7,400,000
$7,400,000
$7,468,064
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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Welcome to the Class of 1969 45th reunion website.  Please check back often to stay up-to-date on 2014 Homecoming weekend events.  Homecoming 2014 falls on the weekend of October 16-19, 2014, and we are hoping for a huge turnout, so put this weekend on your calendar and book your accommodations soon.  Your Reunion Gift Committee is hard at work to reach our goal of $1,000,000 with 42% participation.  Please make a pledge soon and come to Williamsburg next October so we can celebrate and reminisce together.

Check out our Freshman year Photo Directory publication here.

Go Tribe!  Go Class of 1969!

John Keiter, Gale Gibson Kohlhagen and Art Miller, Co-Chairs, Class of 1969 Reunion Gift Committee

 

Check out our class yearbook!

Homecoming Events

Impact Stories

Dakota1
“William & Mary is prestigious and challenging, yet small enough that I feel like I really matter. I’m not just a number in a sea of thousands of students.”

Reunion Class Gift Committee Co-Chairs

  • John Keiter
  • Gale Gibson Kohlhagen
  • Art Miller

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Sharon Quillen Adams
  • Al Albert
  • Sally James Andrews
  • Jan Ernstmeyer Brodie
  • Jim Douthat
  • Mike Harding
  • Lynn Howell
  • Ed Kellam
  • George Nance
  • Nancy Hulse Oilver
  • Fred Simpkins
  • Susan Small Spaulding
  • Jim Taylor
  • Lou Tonelson
  • Mary Chris Williams
  • Donnan Chancellor Wintermute
  • Donn Wonnell
  • Demaris (Dwe) Eaton Yearick

Staff Contacts

Reunion Class Gift Progress

Goal: $1,000,000
Percent To Date: 92%
Class Participation: 34%
$1,000,000
$923,369
Last updated on 04/18/2014
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