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Bo McCrum ’80 and his wife Barbara opened their lovely home in Tiburon, CA for a wonderful evening of connection and friendship. It was a memorable night as alumni and parents spoke passionately, recounting cherished memories and offering testimonials about the impact of the Salisbury experience on their lives and those of their sons.
Just before the Thanksgiving recess, Headmaster Chisholm Chandler ’17 (Hon.), P’17 and Interim Director of Development Electra Tortorella P’17 gathered at the home of Chris Wiedenmeyer ’92 and his wife Rosie to celebrate the School and share in the holiday spirit. Chris and his family live in the Cherry Creek section of Denver, CO; they hosted a crowd of 35 alumni and parents, both current and past. It was a spectacular evening!
A lively crowd of alumni, parents and friends of Salisbury enjoyed a night at the New York Rangers game as they took on the Toronto Maple Leafs. While cheering on the teams, it was a festive celebration with food, fun and friendship!
For the 16th consecutive year, over 50 alumni, parents and trustees gathered to toast the School and years of Brotherhood and friendship at Old Boys Night at The New York Racquet Club. It was a night of festive celebration!
The Boston “Old Boys” Night was held at Democracy Brewing adjacent to the Boston Common. Over 35 young alumni gathered to celebrate their “common” Salisbury experiences and the strength of the Sarum Brotherhood.
Trustee Shrevie and James Shepherd P’20 welcomed local families to their farm in Sharon, CT. It was a fantastic opportunity to enjoy meeting other parents in the area on a lovely September night.

Salisbury visited Harbor Springs, MI for the first time this summer. Tracy and Trustee Fritz Souder P’18 welcomed the Sarum community to their home for a fantastic celebration of Salisbury. 

Salisbury alumni, parents and friends in Harbor Springs, MI.
A large crowd of Salisbury alumni and parents basked in holiday cheer at the home of Trustee Ken and Ranson Hanau P’20 in Bronxville, NY on December 12. Their son, Jack Hanau ’20, is this year’s School President, capping a brilliant four-year career at Salisbury. This fall’s Varsity Football Captain, Jack will attend Denison University next fall.
More than seventy strong, Fisher Island continues to be a place where Salisbury ties run deep. After a highly competitive golf outing, locals gathered at the home of Amanda and Chairman of the Board Dicky Reigel ’84 on a beautiful August evening to reconnect with old friends and the School.
The reception in Houston, TX was generously hosted by Andi and Jonas Georgsson at their home in River Oaks. Their son, Will, is a member of the Class of 2021. A nice crowd of 20 alumni and parents attended.