Class Notes - Spring 2018
Class of 1969
Roosevelt Watson '69 extends a hello to his fellow classmates from the Class of 1969. After retiring from the Air Force after 20 year as an Air Force physician, he is ready to move from Virginia and onto his true passion in life, including golf and overdue reading. Roosevelt now lives in Las Vegas where the weather is great and excitement is alive. He welcomes any classmates to look him up if they’re in the neighborhood!
Class of 1972
Russell Lowry '71 is leaving Connecticut and opening up a new investment advisory and planning practice in Jacksonville, Florida. He shares, “the office is ready, the house is under construction. We are looking forward to year-round good weather, ocean breezes, favorable taxes and competent politicians.”
Class of 2005
Cortnie Yeoman McGinnis '05 currently works for New York City and leads the Trauma Smart program for the Division of Child and Family Well-Being at ACS, which is a ThriveNYC initiative started by the First Lady, Chirlane McCray. The goal of Trauma Smart is to help kids learn how to build healthy coping strategies and provide caregivers with the tools to effectively address the negative impact of violence and trauma. The program is a part of the citys' $850 million effort to prevent and address untreated mental illness and substance misuse.
Class of 2007
Dillon Geyselaers '07 is an actor and known for his work on Irresponsible Santa (2012), The Lost Girls (2014), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2017), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Heckler (2018), and Impractical Jokers (TV Series). He's also appeared as Billy Bad Score in Freescore.com commercials. Most recently, he appears in this Quicken Loans ad that aired during Super Bowl 2018. Dillon is at the end of the commercial wearing a blue fleece in a museum.
Virgil (Mark) Bismark Baldi III ‘79 of Greenwich, CT - January 2018
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