Class of '68 - 50
Front Row (L-R): Robert Crossman, Jean (MacNeil) Crossman, Martha (Robertson) Massey, Jacquie (Ewart) Welsh, Jonne Warner, Jon Van Zoost, Maurice Tugwell, Judith Tompkins, Phyllis (Atkinson) Stopps
Second Row (L-R): Deanna Rice, Mary (Ellis) Stokes-Rees, Sheila Stevenson Archibald, Elaine (Steeves) Smith, Romer Shewchuk, Janice (Hicking) Shewchuk, Ibel (vanZwol) Scammell, Nancy (Grainger) Robb, Paul Ritchie, Robert Watt
Third Row (L-R): Cyril Reid, Barb (Wood) Reid, Garth Rayner, Gloria Rankin, Marilyn (Paynter) Prescott, Gwenyth (Mulkins) Phillips, Sharon Pell MacKinnon, Joan Peggs, Edith (MacCaull) Nicholson, Sue (Gass) Morse, Ewart Morse
Fourth Row (L-R): John Mitchell, Wylie McMullen, Kathleen (Downey) McCullen, Robert McLean, Joan (Jamieson) McDougall, Charles Massey, Mary (Gosbee) Martin, Neil MacLean, Richard MacKinnon, Sandra (Johnston) MacKay
Fifth Row (L-R): Shirley (Adams) MacIntosh, Gerald MacGarvie, Robert Lockhart, Donna (Zwicker) Lock, Alan Lock, Ralph Lewis, Elizabeth (Beveridge) Lebrun, Marilyn (Trimper) Krajc, Elaine (Corey) Huntington, Jane (Roxborough) Halisky
Sixth Row (L-R): Alex Morrison, Darryl Gray, Diane (Merrill) Fullerton, Peter Frost, Moira (MacDonald) Forbes, Michael Forbes, Charles Fawcett, Carol Estey, Nancy (Waller) Cutler, Sandra Crabtree, Wade Cook
Seventh Row (L-R): Eugenia (Trueman) Coates, Sandi Jean (Etheridge) Carmichael, Judy (Porter) Cameron, Catherine (Cooke) Byard, Diane (Bryson) Butler, Pam (Steeves) Bowman, Lynn (MacKinnon) Boothroyd, Elizabeth (Hopper) Boettger, Brian Bell
Message from Brian Bell, President, Class of '68
Our 50th has come and gone gloriously, with the participation of over 100 class members, spouses and partners. It was a wonderful opportunity to again toast the spirit of Pumpkin and Sky and to celebrate the impressive growth and success of our legacy project.
A 50th reunion is nevertheless, bitter-sweet as we’ve now firmly established ourselves as the seniors at the table. With this, a whole new set of challenges arises like ‘How much longer are we going to be able to stand on our chairs for our class yell?’
Fortunately there are still lots of opportunities ahead too, as we are freed from many of the constraints of past roles and responsibilities. Let’s embrace this freedom fully and use it to, among other things, keep connected - through this website and through our Facebook page.
Let’s also agree to convene again in 2023 – not because we have to but because we can’t resist – and to continue to share and celebrate the wonderful stories and friendships of Class of 68 members, families and friends that have so touched and enriched our lives.
Class of '68 Entrance Scholarship
The Class of 68 Legacy Project
In 2008, following our 40
reunion, the Class of 68 agree to establish a scholarship as a legacy project. A project committee was struck to work out the details of the scholarship and to oversee a five-year financial campaign for its funding. At our 45
reunion in 2013 the class presented a cheque of 103,068 to Mount Allison to formally launch the scholarship.
The criteria for the scholarship are as follows:
●It is an entrance scholarship.
●It is given to a well-rounded student as demonstrated by their leadership, community service and extracurricular activities.
●The student must have a strong academic standing, though may not be at the top of their class.
●Preference is given to a student with financial need.
In each of the first four years the award totalled a minimum of $4000. In 2018, with the support of the University, it was agreed that the full spending allocation of our endowment would be paid out each year, with the object of our scholarship being a full-tuition cost award. Further, any allotment in our endowment that exceeds the full-tuition cost would be used to fund a second scholarship managed under the same criteria as the first award.
Our enriched full-tuition scholarship is one of only a handful of such awards endowed by a Mount Allison class and available to first year students.
Legacy Committee: (l-r) Brian Bell, Maurice Tugwell, Kathleen McMullen, Nancy (Waller) Cutler, Pam Steeves Bowman, Nancy Grainger Robb, Robert Campbell
2017 - 2018
Sarah Choi, New Brunswick
2016 - 2017
Sarah Sonier, Prince Edward Island
Heather Richards, Ontario
2014 - 2015
Katherine Chamandy, Quebec
First row: Alex Morrison, Wade Cook, Jaqueline Welsh, Cathy Byard, Brian Bell, Maurice Tugwell, Shirley MacIntosh, Deanna Rice
Second row: Nancy (Waller) Cutler, Pam Steeves Bowman, Elaine (Steeves) Smith, Elizabeth (Beveridge) Lebrun, Lee (Walker) Taggart, Gwenyth (Mulkins) Phillips, Mary (Gosbee) Martin, Diane (Merrill) Fullerton, Marilyn (Trimper) Krajc
Third row: Claudia (Lutes) Tugwell, Joyce (Lowther) Nelson, Ibel (van Zwol) Scammell, Wylie McMullen, Kathleen (Downey) McMullen, Phyllis (Atkinson) Stopps, Ann (Cunningham) Falvey, Genie (Trueman) Coates, Diane (Bryson) Butler
Fourth row: Gloria Rankin, Sheila Stevenson, Sandi Etheridge Carmichael, Sandra Crabtree MacGarvie, Nancy Grainger Robb, Ewart Morse, Sue (Gass) Morse, Gerald MacGarvie, Paul Ritchie, Sandra MacKay, Barb (Wood) Reid
First row (sitting): Sheila Stevenson, Gwen (Mulkins) Phillips, Sandi (Etheridge) Carmichael, Gloria Rankin
First row: Claudia (Lutes) Tugwell, Maurice Tugwell, Cathy (Cooke) Byard, Brian Bell, Genie (Trueman) Coates, Bette (MacWilliams) Sheen, Diane (Merrill) Fullerton, Shirley (Adams) MacIntosh
Second row: Kathleen (Downey) McMullen, Judy (Porter) Cameron, Judith Tompkins, Pam (Steeves) Bowman, Ibel (Van Zwol) Scammell, Elaine (Steeves) Smith, Ann (Cunningham) Falvey, Gerry Nixon, Mary (Gosbee) Martin, Lyn (Trimper) Krajc, Elizabeth (Hopper) Boettger
Third row: Wylie McMullen, Sue (Gass) Morse, Nancy (Waller) Cutler, Jane (Roxborough) Halisky, Bob McLean, Moira (MacDonald) Forbes, Ruth (Greenlaw) Swan, Pat (Chappell) DesBrisay, Nancy (Grainger) Robb, Joan Peggs
Fourth row: Ewart Morse, Wade Cook, Deanna Rice, Sandra (Johnston) MacKay, Edith (MacCaull) Nicholson