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In the coming weeks and months you will be contacted by classmates describing themselves as “ambassadors.” They are NOT fundraising. They want you!

These gracious volunteers have a singular mission: to persuade you return to the big one—The 50th Reunion. 

Your presence is really important to them, and to our class. They have all the information you need for registration, housing, travel, and, if necessary, financial and other support. It’s every ambassador’s goal to encourage and guide you back to Williamstown for this momentous life event.

Each ambassador was asked to pick half their contact list from old friends, and half from people they wished they knew better. Not a single name was “assigned“. 

If an ambassador is calling you it’s because they wanted to speak to you. And see you at Reunion, June 12-15, 2025!

50th Reunion Ambassadors for the Williams Class of ‘75:

Martha Coakley and Joe Bonn, Co-Presidents

Peter D. Kiernan, Coordinator 

Barbara Austell

Hardin Coleman 

Clive K Connor

Hope Coolidge

Fred Dittman

Fred Geilfuss 

Robyn Geissler

Peter Hillman

Joe Hutcheson

Nancy Reese Jones

Peter Keller

Melissa McGuire 

Bob Morin

Jon Myers

Tom Parker

Rich Pickard

Gwen Rankin

Dave Reimann

Tim Reny

Rick Richards

Mike Rosten

Judy Serkin

Connie Sheehy

Paul Skudder

Michael Snyder

From John Berringer '76:
On a recent trip to Costa Rica to celebrate various 70th birthdays, the woman we rented our house from recommended Sunset Catering in Tamarindo. To our great surprise, we discovered it was owned and operated by Richard MacSherry, Class of 1975. Our dinner, prepared by Richard and his wife, was delicious and lots of fun.
Here's a photo of the occasion, with (left to right) John, Rob Cramer '76, Richard, and Peter Larson '74.

Four men with gray hair stand in a line with arms around each others' shoulders
Williams alums Berringer, Cramer, MacSherry (the chef), and Larson

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Friday, October 20 to Sunday, October 22, 2023 Enjoy faculty lectures, a Friday multi-class dinner, home football game with tailgate, and farewell breakfast on Sunday morning hosted by the 50th Reunion Program. This is a wonderful opportunity to be on campus and see friends from your class and beyond! Keep an eye on your inbox – the Mini-Reunion 2023 invitation, registration materials and weekend schedule will be shared in early September. ACCOMMODATIONS: Room blocks are now available at the 1896 House Inn and the Williams Inn on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please note that all reservations must be made directly with the hotels.

  • THE 1896 HOUSE INN: A two-night room block is available from Friday, October 20 - Sunday, October 22, 2023. To reserve a room, please call the 1896 House Inn at 413–458–1896 and reference “Williams Mini Reunion 1973 – 1978” to ensure the group reservation rate of $169/night (not including tax and fees.) The room block will be held until Sunday, October 1, 2023.

  • THE WILLIAMS INN: A three-night room block is available from Thursday, October 19 – Sunday, October 22, 2023. To reserve a room by phone, please call the Williams Inn at 413–458–9371 and reference “50th Mini Reunion Weekend 2023” to ensure the group reservation rate of $399/night (not including tax and fees.) Alternatively, to reserve your room online, please click on the custom link here. The room block will be held until Tuesday, September 19, 2023.

  • A complete list of additional local accommodations is available here.

QUESTIONS? Contact or call 413–597–4284.

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