Below are pictures of Len and Pat Niessen (Farmington, MA) and Jerry and Cam Niederman (Oak Park, IL) taken during the Syracuse football weekend this fall when they spent the weekend at the home of another ND lacrosse alum, Tom Moran. Len and Pat have been married nearly 45 years (and 2 children) and Jerry and Cam not far behind (over 40 years and 5 children). Jerry is a retired Pediatric doctor who spent many years in teaching hospitals and Len has kept working after many years in the IT and electronics industries, kind of a Mr. Wizard with management skills. Also heard from Jim Stoffel, another electronic wizard and big time executive (Sr. VP at Xerox and later Exec VP at Kodak before entering the consulting field), who wrote to wish me well with my cancer treatments. Brian Kenny and his wife Pat are still in Ellington, CT, where Brian is a retired environmentalist with the state of CT that works full time now as his Parish’s administrator while managing a couple of entrepreneurial activities. Dick DiLorenzo has retired after a long career as a Professor at the Air Force graduate school at Wright Patterson. He and his wife, Sharon, live in Beavercreek, OH where he has fully recovered from a heart attack and is back to playing basketball (full court and all). Brian Muskus and his wife, Annie, are raising 2 teenage twin girls, and now living in Ft. Walton Beach, FL close to the air base there to take advantage of being a retired air force pilot. He has spent time teaching at the community college level to keep engaged. Chuck Belding is doing well here in Greenville, SC, enjoying his wife’s retirement as a VP at BMW. Chuck has joined the bionic man group with new knees and hips. Chuck has done tremendous charitable work in the inner city areas of Greenville with his heavy involvement at St. Anthony of Padua Parish, a Catholic Church run by Franciscans that serves the African American community.