Class Notes November 2004

Hockey Night. Yale v. Harvard, Saturday, January 29. Tony Dunn and Jeff Miller have reserved a dining room at Mory’s and a limited number of tickets to the Whale. Look for details and reservation form in the mail. Good work, guys. Congratulations to Lee Lundy on his election as chairman of Meritas, an international alliance of nearly 200 independent business law firms in over 50 countries. Meritas firms “offer high quality legal serviceā€¦and are subject to rigorous selection and ongoing monitoring.” Lee is a partner at Tydings and Rosenberg, LLP, a Baltimore law firm. Attendees at our Class Dinner a couple of years ago were treated to an insightful and humorous account by Larry Meyer of his years as a governor of the Federal Reserve, 1966-2002. Larry’s adventures are recounted in his new book, A Term at The Fed – An Insider’s View, describing “the people and policies of the world’s most powerful institution.” For several years, we have sponsored two undergraduate participants (at $2500 each) in Yale’s Community Service Summer Fellows program. Last summer, we supported Jacques Ntonme ’05 at Ron Wilmore’s Northwest Settlement House in Washington, DC. We recently received a letter from Ron describing Jacques’ outstanding performance as a summer camp counselor at NWSH and thanking us for our help. Thank you, Ron. Similarly, we got a nice note from the Yale Club of Southern California describing the work of Santiago Iturbe ’05 at Las Familias, a non-profit community center that serves disadvantaged children and families in downtown Los Angeles. The CSSF program seems to be working.