John Harvard's Journal for the Class of 1958

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The class note begin with Harvard Magazine listings since the 50th Anniversary report. The Harvard Magazine issue is identified by the first letters of the month issue (e.g. J/F = January February) and ob = obituary section of the Journal. Where we have received multiple notices for a classmate, we usually provide only the most recent.


Michael N. Margolies

111 Conant Rd.

Weston, MA 02493


Elisabeth R. Hatfield

1 Potter Pond

Lexington, MA 02421


Willliam Allin Storrer

P O Box 1733

Traverse City, MI 49685

Classmate reports

Lowell R. (Rod) McElroy

Roger W. Smith














Anne Baldwin Adams

Eric Martin


Betty Gullatt Budlong

Nan Barkin Case    
Peter Gordon    

REPORTED beginning with the January-February 2018 issue of Harvard Magazine

Viggo Bertelsen Jr., M.B.A. '63 writes, "On September 22, Lowell R. (Rod) McElroy was inducted into the 'Man for Others Hall of Fame' of the St. John;s Jesuit High School & Adademy in Toledo Ohio. Rod was honored for his exemplayr leadership and service to the school-wide community and his accomplishments in 20 years as coach of the SJJ crew." J/F18

Roger W. Smith< received an honorary D.Litt. (doctor of letters) from St. Andrews University on December 8 in recognition of his contributions to the understanding and prevention of genocide. The citation identified him as one of a handful of scholars who created the field of genocide studies. "St. Andrews is Scotland's oldest university, dating from 1413, and it appers that the Winter Graduation ceremony has changed little over at least the past 300 years. As we left the graduation (me in my 'medieval' robe) we were led by the piper, followed by three mace bearers wsith their fifteenth-century macess, the Chancellor, the the rest of us in adademic regalia of many colors. It was a bit cold and windy, but a wonderful occasion and experience. My wife and I have never received more gracious and elegant hospitality than that at St. Andrews. A lof of memories to Keep. M/A 18


REPORTED AS DECEASED beginning with the January-February 2018 issue of Harvard Magazine

Anne Baldwin Adams died May 28, 2017, in Hartland, Vt. She was a founder of the Woodstock Learning Clinic, a pioneering program for children with severe learning disabilities, serving as a volunteer, its executive director, and a member of its board of trustees. She was also an active volunteer with Hartland's public library and historical society and with Aging in Hartland. For years she wrote a nationally syndicated newspaper column that was also broadcast on Vermont Public Radio. She was an ardent gardener and animal lover and could complete the New York Times crossword in 15 minutes. She leaves a daugher, Avery Sargent, a son, Frederick Bross, a sister, Ruth Duell, and a brother, Roderick Duell. M/A 18

Betty Gullatt Budlong died August 2, 2017, in Los Angeles. She was a Realtor in Los Angeles County and an outstanding practitoner of the culinary arts. She leaves her husband, Thomas, and a son, David. M/A 18

Nan Barkin Case died September 23 in New York City. She was a clinical psychologist at North Shore University Hospital, in Manhaset, on Long Island, for 35 years and also maintained a private practice in the city. She leaves a son, Miles, and a sister, Leslie Bachrach; her husband, Robert, died in 2016. J?F 18

Peter Gordon Gragg died October 22 in Rye, H.H. He was a poet, author, playwright, photographer, and craftsman. After serving in the Army National Guard he taught mathematics, first in the Sharon, Mass., public schools and then at Milton Academy. Later he worked for many years for the Boston Library Consortium at Boston Public Library. A writer and artist under the name of Peter Gordon and Green Griffin, he was an active member of the Arlington (Mass.) Center for the Arts. He leaves no immediate survivors.M/A 18

Eric Martin, M.Arch '62, died November 14 in Palm Springs, Calif. He was a designer who did groundbreaking research in digital media and a pioneering teacher of Computer animation. He was a principal consultant to MIT's Lincoln Lab on the development of the Genesys digital-animation system from 1967 to 1971 and an interface design consultant to Apple Computer's Human Interface and Advanced Technology Groups from 1989 to 1993. From 1964 to 1975 he taught photography, film, animation and video in Harvard's department of visual and environmental studies. Later he served in the faculty of the California Institute of the Arts, where he was dean of the School of Art and Design and founding director of the Macintosh Lab. He leaves his life partner, Mary Kay Stolz, and a brother, Mark. M/A