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Reunion Class Years

Hello Class of 2010! We hope you are as excited as we are for our first big reunion. If you’ve kept in touch with the College in the past five years, you know just how much it has grown and changed in our absence. If you haven’t kept in touch, you’re in for a surprise in October. Either way, William and Mary—and everything there that made our experience great—continues to provide a world-class education. Help ensure that future classes have the same exceptional experience that you did. With the option of automatic monthly giving, contributing to the College is as easy as ever. Please reach out to us for any questions, and thank you for supporting William and Mary!

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“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

  • Mireille Williams Sharp
  • Kristen Pantazes
  • Landon Rordam

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Kristin Anderson
  • Nik Belanger
  • Jack Cohen
  • Scott Foster
  • Chase Hathaway
  • Andrew Hord de Michaelis
  • Kristin Krejmas
  • Elizabeth Kwasnik
  • Dawson Lindauere
  • KC Maloney
  • Kate Rhyner
  • Alyssa Scruggs
  • Manbir Sidhu
  • McKinley Sims
  • Jennifer Souers

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10 YEARS. 10 whole years since the Class of 2005 were undergrads. Classes in the Wren. Lounging in the Sunken Garden. Strolls across the Crim Dell. Seems like yesterday and yet it’s been 10 years. We have done so much in that time – started families, completed graduate programs, built careers, opened businesses, pursued our dreams – and it all comes back to the time we spent together at William & Mary. Our 10 year reunion is approaching and we have a chance to relive those memories and celebrate the foundation of what we’ve done since graduating. It’s a time to return to the College, connect with friends, and show off our Tribe Pride!
Please join in the celebration of our 10 year reunion by making a pledge to our class gift that will help ensure the College is able to provide students to come with the same experiences we enjoyed. Then mark October 22nd – 25th on your 2015 calendars and make arrangements to join your friends and classmates in Williamsburg to celebrate our time at W&M and the years since!

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 Carroll
  • Robby Willey
  • Bianca Cornelio Suchter
  • Kay Floyd
  • Kirsten Shiroma

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Wesley Allen
  • Alexandra Barnett
  • Kristina Barton
  • Scott Binnings
  • Lang Campbell
  • Kelly Cannon
  • Krystal Clark
  • Morgan Culbertson
  • Kimberly Deal
  • Seth Finck
  • Thomas Gates
  • Kelly Long
  • Jeff Lunardi
  • Robby McKetta
  • Aaron Mosby
  • Kristen Nilsen
  • Andreas Nydal
  • Daniel Owens
  • Jody Spraker Pozen
  • Emily Preston
  • Chris Renjilian
  • Dan Simon
  • Randy Tripp
  • Holly Wesener
  • Joy Wilder
  • Matt Witham

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Welcome to the reunion website for the last graduating class of the second millennium! (yes, 2000 was the last year in the second millennium for those keeping score).

It’s hard to believe that it has been 15 years since we walked through The Wren Building and graduated on a typically warm Williamsburg spring day. The College has covered a lot of ground since our days as undergrads. There have been major initiatives to improve the campus facilities, quality of facility and the recruitment of great students from around the world into the William and Mary community.

The College welcomes you back and we hope you can help us set a new record for alumni engagements and participation. Please consider making a contribution and annual commitment, no matter how small to support our beloved college.

Don’t forget to book your hotel room early as The Ho House no longer is available and make your plans to join us in Williamsburg for Homecoming Weekend, October 22-25, 2015. 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 321 years still shines brightly in the Class of 2000. We can’t wait to see you all again!

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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 Cole Scott
  • Jessica Muskey

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Andrew Ball
  • Margaux Brown
  • Jennifer Knowles Butler
  • Jon Carroll
  • Eric Chen
  • Amy Cloud
  • Christina Colabella
  • Jared James
  • Matt Lane
  • Mindy Maris
  • Leigh Pence
  • Trisha Ripley
  • Jen Smith
  • Mike Whaley

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Welcome, Class of 1995! Plans are underway for our 20th Year Reunion at Homecoming in October 2015.

It is hard to believe 24 years ago in August – we anxiously made our way to Williamsburg wondering what William and Mary would have in store for us. We sweated through the hottest move-in day, played ice-breakers with our Freshman Hall mates and soon learned the classes were hard, professors tough, but the friendships we made would endure forever! As the years went on, we enjoyed the crisp gorgeous fall days when the Tribe played football at Zable, the beautiful spring days eating lunch in the Sunken Gardens, scenic runs down DOG street, a cappella concerts at the Wren Building, Snacking on Bread Ends and House and donning duck boots and rain coats to catch that 8 am Monday morning class in Morton.

Speaking of rain – remember that pouring rain that greeted us on that May Graduation Day back in 1995? We didn’t let the rain stop us as we made the long walk across campus, wringing out our caps and gowns once we arrived at William and Mary Hall. After the ceremony, we came out of the Hall to see the most beautiful sunny day. The sunshine seemed to be the perfect metaphor for the bright future that lay ahead. What a wonderful beginning to the rest of our lives! Think of all we have experienced and accomplished since that special day. Think about how the four years at William and Mary have shaped who you are and the life you have made.

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 ask 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 23-25, 2015. Make your hotel arrangements now. We hope to see you there – to reminisce, to celebrate, to make new memories and most importantly to share in our love for The College of William and Mary.

Go Tribe!

Jeff Bauer, Co-Chair
Julie Down Bauer, Co-Chair
Natasha Moulton-Levy, Co-Chair
Kevin “KT” Turner, Co-Chair
Lisa Romano Turner, Co-Chair

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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

  • Jeff Bauer
  • Julie Down Bauer
  • Natasha Moulton-Levy
  • Kevin “KT” Turner
  • Lisa Romano Turner

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Chris Adkins
  • Jennifer Campbell
  • Forrest Church
  • Carolyn Fullilove
  • Heather McGavin Hallett
  • Suzanne Jones
  • Lissa Hedlund Murphy
  • Shawn Smith
  • Betsy Hayes Thomas
  • Erica Wynn

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Are you even thinking about our 25th William and Mary Reunion?
If you’re not – shouldn’t you be?

Some things to refresh your memory and bring a smile to your face:
Cheese Shop with extra house in the Sunken Gardens
Pitchers at Paul’s, College, Mama’s or the Leafe
Five dollar lunch at Sakura
Two complimentary beers at the Busch Hospitality Room
Walking through campus on a crisp Fall Day
Trudging through campus on a rainy day
Jumping the wall at the Governor’s Palace
Ringing the bell as seniors finished with the last exam
Walking over Crim Dell during graduation

Sadly, Sakura, Mama’s and the Busch Hospitality Room are no longer. Fortunately, the statute of limitations on the citation you might have gotten for jumping the wall has most likely expired.

Homecoming 2015 is October 23-25.

We hope you are planning on coming back to the ‘burg in person. But we know your heart is there, because it is such a special place. It is special for all the nostalgic reasons we’ve attached to our college years, and also for the academic respect it has earned through diligent rigor from professors, students, and administrators. The historical significance of the College is without question, as an institution of higher learning, and as a stalwart symbol of our country. Alma mater of the nation indeed.

This doesn’t happen by luck or by accident. It ‘s by the efforts of all W&M people, on and off campus, in Virginia and across the world. We are each responsible for maintaining and improving what is already great. Many of you have helped by contributing your time, talent and treasure, and some of you have helped by sending your children to wave the Tribe flag for another generation. All of those contributions are crucial and are tremendously appreciated. If you will also contribute to our class gift, it would be a wonderful recognition of all the College is by the Class of 1990. This year there is a drive for participation, rather than just for dollars. Every bit counts, and every bit is appreciated. Our goal is donation from at least 25% of our class. All gifts to any part of the College count! Private support has become the lifeblood of William and Mary. The gifts made by alumni like us fund everything – academics, athletics, faculty advancement, student financial aid, and more.

If you are still not sure about attending Homecoming, change your mind! We would love to see you there.

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

  • Audra Lalley
  • Sophie Lee
  • Jennifer Volgenau Wiley

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Kris Williams Aldridge
  • Elaine Anderson
  • Alicia Francis Bond
  • Mary Beth Bracken
  • Kristin Nahill Breen
  • Joie Cooney
  • Melinda Dobson Gable
  • Sean Hart
  • Julee Wallace Kaplan
  • Kelli McNally Lorey
  • Jim Low
  • Jennifer Griffin McDowell
  • Heather E. Rennie

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Welcome to the Class of 1985 30th reunion website. Please check back often to stay up-to-date on 2015 Homecoming weekend events. Homecoming 2015 falls on the weekend of October 22-25, 2015. We encourage you to come to Homecoming to see how the College continues to improve and expand. Homecoming is a wonderful time to reminisce and catch up with old friends and classmates. Working collaboratively with representatives at the College, the class of 1985 has set reunion participation goal of 30% in giving toward our reunion class gift. Due to the generosity of some of our classmates, we are on our way to achieving our goal. When you are contacted about our reunion, 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!

Howard and Cathy Walsh Bos, John and Amy Caramanica Boyd and Bill and Heather Ames Brennan, Co-Chairs, Class of 1985 Reunion Gift Committee

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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

  • Howard and Cathy Walsh Bos
  • John and Amy Caramanica Boyd
  • Bill and Heather Ames Brennan

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Jane Knott Powell, Honorary
  • Michael K. Powell, Honorary
  • Todd Stottlemyer, Honorary
  • Marna Ashburn
  • John Bessler
  • Marge Johnson Bessler
  • Susan Bowe
  • Janet Reed Davis
  • Jeff Doyon
  • Lee Glenn
  • Dan Head
  • Jeff Hughes
  • SherryLeigh Gill Hughes
  • Jim Hunter
  • Elizabeth Cabell Jennings
  • Tom Jensen
  • Tracey Wright Laws
  • Lorac Hintz Lawton
  • Dave McDowell
  • Jennifer Campbell McGarey
  • Tony McNeal
  • John Morton
  • Kellie Larsen Murphy
  • J.D. Neary
  • Liz O'Brien
  • Janet McNulty Osborn
  • Mary Ruth Uhrig Phillips
  • Lydia Pulley
  • Teresa Russo Starr
  • Marc Taylor, Esq.
  • Jeff Tinnell
  • Scott Ukrop
  • Christine Villa
  • Rod Willett, Esq.

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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 1980 Reunion Participation Goal is 35% promoting our theme of 35 for 35. We hope that you will take the opportunity to 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 look forward to seeing you at Homecoming, October 22-25, 2015. We hope you can take this opportunity to join us in catching up with friends, seeing the many changes on campus, and experiencing a fun weekend of events and activities.

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

  • Leslie Beck
  • Ed Moreland
  • Bruce Patterson
  • Bruce Young

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Rusty Brown
  • Karen Cooley
  • David Garland
  • Sherry Grosso
  • Rosemary Harold
  • Betsy Harrison
  • Clarke Havener
  • Carol Hill
  • Mary Sue Hunt
  • Phil Kilgore
  • Kathy Koch
  • Nancy Marmion
  • Diane McGibbon
  • Ed McLeod
  • Kimberly Miles
  • Karen Przypyszny
  • Jim Shields
  • Jeff Sluyter-Beltrao
  • Terrie Smith
  • Phyllis Terrell

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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

  • Clare Monahan Dame
  • John Gerdelman
  • Nancy Burgess Gofus
  • Karen Kennedy Schultz
  • Tom Wilke

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Susan Harrison Barshis
  • Barbara Bingham
  • Van Black
  • David Blount
  • Connie Warren Desaulniers
  • Lynn Melzer Dillon
  • Tom Ferguson
  • Patrick Harkin
  • Deborah Allen Hewitt
  • Mike Jenkins
  • Leanne Dorman Kurland
  • David Larson
  • Linda Cool Larson
  • Joe Masterson
  • Marilyn Ward Midyette
  • Payne Midyette
  • Cathy Gonzales O'Kelly
  • Barbara Lee Ramsey
  • Terry Regan
  • Julia Lillard Roberts
  • Marcia Carl Simpkins
  • Jane Koenig Terry
  • Roy Terry
  • Rudy Tucker
  • Lee Walsh
  • Cathy Wilson

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Welcome to the Class of 1970 45th reunion website. Please check back often to stay up-to-date on 2015 Homecoming weekend events. Homecoming 2015 falls on the weekend of October 22-25, 2015. 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 1970 has set a goal of 34% participation in giving toward our reunion class gift (259 classmates giving back). 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!
Betsy Calvo Anderson, Dr. Barbara Pate Glacel and Tom Frantz, Co-Chairs, Class of 1970 Reunion Gift Committee

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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

  • Betsy Calvo Anderson
  • Tom Frantz
  • Dr. Barbara Pate Glacel

Reunion Class Gift Committee Members

  • Lehn Abrams
  • Martin Bailey
  • Kevin Brosch
  • Dr. Cathy Casey
  • Perry Harschutz Field
  • Dr. Kathy Netzley Franco-Bronson
  • Dave Hibbert
  • Carol Good Kloster
  • Jud Mason
  • Joe Mayes
  • John Moses
  • Bruce Myers
  • Steve Russell
  • Mike Schemering
  • Kraig Schutte
  • Ron Stewart
  • Nancy ReMine Trego
  • Cheryl Helms Wade
  • Dick Wade
  • Reid Williamson
  • Cathy Coleman Zychowski

Staff Contacts

  • Development: · ·
  • Alumni Association: Carol Dyke · 757-221-1184 · cadyke@wm.edu

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