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Dicker Kurtz & Friend
(Dicker is the one with the blue shirt)

 

 

PSK Capital Fund

Steve Hall '55 has started an endowment fund to provide a capital income stream for upkeep on the PSK gamma house. Initially, the donations will be limited to us" Fifties" brothers.

Progress so far is encouraging. A letter has been sent out to all of us with more details.

Click on thermometer to see details of status.

Click here to see bylaws.


Ronald Fichtl, 73, of Franklin, New Jersey,
passed away peacefully at his home on Sunday, November 2, 2008
.
See his biography

 


Class of 1958 Rogues

Class of 1957 Reunion

Click for latest Morales photos

Click for latest Haynes photos

March 2007 Mini-Reunion
in Sarasota

Class of 1956 50th Reunion


Our Golden Anniversary
and other Haynes photos

See his bio ...


Jack Mannix
1931-2006

John Clark "Jack" Mannix of Queensbury, NY, died
Sunday, April 30, 2006, after a brief illness.

Dave asked me to drink a beer for him

Dave C. Amsler '36
&
John "Pete" Haynes '56
at Sarasota Cornell Club Luncheon.

The latest bio
Do you recognize this
man from the freshman class of '51?

 

Click on the photo to see a bigger version
The Chalfant Mural
Click on the photo to see a bigger version

Click on photo to see bigger picture

2005 Homecoming at The Ferry Farm
Click to see larger view with names

We've got pictures!

Reunions
Weekend Houseparties
Rogues Galleries
Miscellaneous

Repository of Songs

Those important drinking songs, plus many others ...

17 songs posted so far ...
some with sound!
Got another? Send it to
Jim Comly

Just for us
Members Only
Password Required
An unofficial site for PSK stuff from the classes of the Fifties ...
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Credits: This web site is a collaboration between Walt Whitman, Jim Comly ,the late Ron Fichtl, and myself.
They did all the hard work of locating folks, getting their individual input, and putting it in
a form where I could just pour it into the web site. Little of this could have been done without
their tireless help and encouragement. I am grateful. John "Pete" Haynes, WebMeister.


BTW, All mistakes, egregious errors, and misrepresentations of fact are entirely their fault.
Wed 08-Apr-2009