Patrick Melville Morris March 25, 2010

Patrick Melville Morris, son of Thomas A. Morris and Lennie Florence Hayden Morris, was a native of Montana, born on February 28, 1938 in Hamilton Montana and subsequently moving to Great Falls, Montana where he spent most of his young life. Patrick died on March 25, 2010 after succumbing to a four year decline as a result of a rapidly progressing Alzheimer’s disease.

Dr. Lloyd Herbert Maurer September 13th, 2009

Dr. Lloyd Herbert Maurer, a man we are proud to know as a classmate – and for many of us a good friend as well -- passed away on the evening of September 13th, 2009, at his home in Norwich, VT after battling recurrent cancer. He died close to the college and in the Upper Valley he loved so much, surrounded by close friends and family. He didn’t take his leave until all of them had arrived. He was 70 years old.

Donald Christie McLellan July 22, 2009

We have recently received report that our classmate Donald Christie McLellan died in San Mateo California on July 22, 2009. He is survived by his mother, Beatrice; a brother Francis Xavier; sisters Ann Teresi, Duff Minor, and Elizabeth Quarrie; daughter, Elizabeth Ann McLellan, son Matthew McLellan, and stepdaughter, M. Kathryn Denney. He is also survived by two former wives, Mary McLellan and Karen Denney McLellan.

Gregor (Greg) Ernest Johnson December 7, 2009

Gregor (Greg) Ernest Johnson died on Dec. 7, 2009, in Falls Church, Virginia after a struggle with declining health since a quadruple bypass about 5 years ago. He came to campus from Harlowton High School in Harlowton, Montana. At Dartmouth he majored in History and was the Managing Editor of Aegis. He was also a member of the U.S. Army ROTC and served in active duty during the Cuban Missile Crisis in the armor branch of the Army as a tank commander. He retired from the Army Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel.

John Widman Appleford October 6, 2009

Word has reached us that our classmate and friend of many, John Widman Appleford died this past October 6 in his home in Waynesboro, Virrginia. John was born June 7, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan to Alexander Arnold and Marguerite (Widman) Appleford.

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Wolf Hall

This historical novel has it all – theology, politics, envy, lust. Portraying the life of Thomas Cromwell, an adviser to King Henry VIII, Mantel steers readers through the Reformation, the cut-throat (literally) jockeying in the royal court, Cromwell's rivalry with Sir Thomas More, and the king's political and theological moves to get papal approval for his plan to divorce Queen Katherine and marry Anne Boleyn. A great read.

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