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 the exception of Burger, Robertson, and me (Eaton), the rest of the group have all retired from active and interesting careers. The three still working are doing so to ensure that the others get their Social Security checks. Everyone agreed that it was a great trip, and we are trying to plan another one, perhaps to the wine country of Northern California.”
Peter Helwing ’65 and his wife have relocated to Greenville, SC, where Peter is pursuing his love of painting. Peter had
long painted as a hobby, but following the successful sale of his telecommunications company in 1996, he began pursuing it on a more full-time basis. You can view Peter’s work on his website,
Prior to his passing on June 7, 2019, Bruce Moreton ’69 let us know he’d retired after a 42-year career with Bechtel Corporation as an engineer and project manager. He lived in Oro Valley, AZ, with his wife of 45 years and had three grown children and three grandchildren. He told us, “Menlo holds a special place in my history and heart, probably most notably for old friends and good times on the soccer field.”
1970s Reunion Years: 1974 & 1979
If you graduated from Menlo in the 1970s, we’d love to hear from you! Go to and click “Class Note Submissions” to submit an update, or contact Katherine Kelly at 650.330.2001 ext. 2606 or
1980s Reunion Years: 1984 & 1989
Robert Abbe ’84 shared that he, Doug Herrington ’84, Howard Holderness ’84, Dave Pomeroy ’84, Mike Demetrios ’84, Alex Rubin ’84, and their spouses gathered together in San Francisco earlier this year.
Stacey Simon ’87 notes she’s been County Counsel for Mono County for more than three years now and is adjusting to the
position and responsibility. Her older son, Ben, is entering his senior year and her younger son, Charlie, is entering 6th grade. She adds that she hopes to see many of you at her next class reunion in 2022!
David Zetland ’87 tells us that in the past year he published The Best of Aguanomics as the “final chapter” of his 11 years of blogging and started a podcast called Jive Talking as a means of talking with interesting people.
1990s Reunion Years: 1994 & 1999
In March 2019, Corry (Mehigan) Cook ’90 launched the American Revel Traveler (, a new digital destination designed to unite and serve a highly mobile and sophisticated community—American Global Citizens— regardless of age, gender, politics, or country of residence.
Andrea Miller ’92 updates us that she’s in Texas working as a teacher and tutor while also volunteering as her temple’s treasurer.
Lucia Lake ’94 says she joined her husband in retirement four years ago and has been obsessed with learning Spanish, even spending a month in Mexico in an immersion program. Her son, Shai, is starting his freshman year at Boise State University this fall.
Jordan Zamir ’94 recently became General Counsel at Second Measure, a startup in San Mateo that analyzes U.S. credit card transactions to answer questions about consumer behavior.
Kerrin Mitchell ’97 was featured in a story on about female philanthropic leaders for her work as cofounder and chief development officer of Fluxx, a grant management software platform. (Read it:
      Lucia Lake ’94, her son Shai Welsh, and husband George Lake on Boise State’s campus
Robert Abbe ’84, Doug Herrington ’84, Howard Holderness ’84, Dave Pomeroy ’84, Mike Demetrios ’84, Alex Rubin ’84, and their spouses
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