When Joe Stookins started as a French teacher in 1936, he lived in what was known as Maher House. At that time the dairy barns were on campus, basically across from where Maher House stood, which is the current site of Harman Hall.
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When Eugenie Montague ’97 arrived at Loomis Chaffee, her prefect in Palmer Hall was Maya Shanbhag Lang ’96. Thus began a long friendship between the writers. Maya and Eugenie read some of their work and reflected on their road to becoming published authors during a visit to campus on October 19, which was supported by the Ralph M. Shulansky ’45 Lecture Fund.
When former teacher Anne Sbarge was 15, she was acknowledged by a New Jersey newspaper for taking 100 books out of the library. In her 90s now, she has remained the very definition of a lifelong learner, a person who does not sit on the sidelines.
Rod Johnstone ‘54 had the design knowledge. Bob Johnstone ‘52 had the marketing magic. ogether the brothers built a sailboat company, J/Boats, in 1977 that would eventually land them in the International Sailing Hall of Fame.
As life moves along in its daily rhythms, there seldom seems time for deep reflection. But every so often, that hour does arrive. For John Foster ’51, one of those times came when he turned 90 in May and sent an email to Loomis Chaffee.
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