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In one short month, our class will “come home” to Middlebury for our 50th Reunion. We will rekindle old friendships, see how the College has and hasn’t changed, and celebrate how Middlebury has shaped our lives. We will also present our 50th-Reunion class gift, a tradition that demonstrates our enduring connection with the College and our support for today’s students and faculty.

Our gifts recognize six Middlebury figures who were important to our class: Fred Neuberger, “Duke” Nelson, Arthur Healy, “Ma” Kelly, Charlie Scott, and Jim Armstrong. (See the list of giving levels below.) We remember them with affection, and our class gift will honor their enduring influence.

To make your gift, please visit or call 866.496.6433. We hope that we can count on your participation by June 5 and that we’ll see you at Middlebury for our 50th Reunion celebration.

Sam Gordon ’64Molly Buffum Turlish ’64

P.S. Two exciting giving challenges have been offered by classmates! To learn how your gift can have an even bigger impact, call Deb Wales or Tiffany Stowe, our staff contacts, toll-free at 866.496.6433.
Neuberger Circle

Fred Neuberger ’50 extended nationwide the reach of Middlebury Admissions and had a major impact on the quality and diversity of the student body.
Gifts of $1 - $999
Nelson Circle

Walter J. “Duke” Nelson ’32 modeled sportsmanship for us as he led the Panthers to victory in hockey, lacrosse, basketball, football, golf, and baseball.
Gifts of $1,000 - $4,999
Healy Circle

Professor of fine arts and of history of art Arthur K. D. Healy ’24 inspired us and taught us “to see,” a lesson we carry with us to this day.
Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999
Kelly Circle

In her role as dean of women, Elizabeth B. “Ma” Kelly kept us all in line and made sure that the men stayed on the other side of the women’s dorm doors.
Gifts of $10,000 - $24,999
Scott Circle

Rev. Charles “Charlie” Scott H’55 provided spiritual counsel as chaplain and challenged us intellectually as a faculty member and founder of the Department of Religion.
Gifts of $25,000 - $49,999
Armstrong Circle

President James “Jim” Armstrong brought a breath of fresh air to Middlebury when he arrived our senior year. During his tenure, the College achieved new standards of excellence.
Gifts of $50,000+