Friday evening, May 7, 37 of 40 alums from the Class of 1984 returned to Saint David's School for their class reunion. This was an unprecedented gathering. Traveling from Italy, London, California and Virginia, plus many places in between, these alums joined their former teachers for Chapel and a reception. It was an exciting evening of sharing stories and reconnecting with friends, and a testament to the strength of Saint David’s and her connection to her alums.
Dr. Czuchlewski returned to give a very apt Chapel Talk, where he reflected on the different roles faith can play at different times in our lives. Many of the alums had not sat in chapel since graduating 8th grade 25 years earlier. It was an emotional experience. Following Chapel, the more than fifty guests moved to the Hume Library for cocktails. Several former and current teachers who taught the boys gathered for the occasion too, including William Cantwell, Paul Czuchlewski, George Davison, Michael Imbelli, Gary Kessler, Joe Kilkeary, Rovena Kilkeary, Robert McLaughlin, and Thea Osborne.
Superbly organized by Arthur Samuels III (Sam) '84 and Christopher Dorrian '84, and coordinated by Alumni Director John Dearie '95, the event could not have been more successful.