Alumni Class Notes for May 2019
Cindy Watson (’65) and her husband Chris (’68) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and Dr. Joseph H.G. Wint (’68) published Secrets of a Happy Marriage: Fifty Years of Love.
Cindy Watson (’65) and her husband Chris (’68) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They met in 1964 at The King’s College Briarcliff campus and have since enjoyed sharing stories and memories of their classmates.
Watson Swope (’68) serves as a corporate chaplain with Marketplace Chaplains USA for several companies in the Atlanta, Ga., area. His son Rick, vice president of education at eTrade, has visited King’s as a guest speaker. His wife Bonnie passed away in December last year.
Scot William P. Walker (’66), known as the class poet, celebrates his 60th year as a published author. In the past 12 months, he has seen an additional 21 of his dramatic works, seven short stories, two essays, nine poems, and two of his novels published, along with multiple performances of his plays.
Dr. Joseph H.G. Wint (’68), a retired English teacher, celebrated his wedding anniversary last December and has since published Secrets of a Happy Marriage: Fifty Years of Love.
Dana Huntley (’72), has stepped down after 14 years as an editor of British Heritage magazine. He continues writing as a contributing editor and is releasing a book through Lyons Press this summer called America’s Forgotten Colonial History. He spends his semi-retirement traveling, writing, and babysitting for his local granddaughters.
Patricia Davis (’64) passed away after a battle with Alzheimer’s. She was known as a prayer warrior and was involved with her church choir, youth ministry, and women’s ministry. She is also fondly remembered as the social chairman of the Class of 1964.
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