March 6, 2019
California Alumni Receptions
February 27 and March 1, 2019
Last week, the Allen-Stevenson Alumni Association headed to California! A-S hosted two alumni gatherings in San Francisco and Los Angeles, where alumni, past parents, spouses and friends reunited for an evening filled with cocktails, conversation and memories!

A special thank you to our hosts Ian Kasman 84 and Zak Penn 83 !
Alumni News
Paul Grellong 93 is in South Carolina working on his new play Power of Sail . The play will make its world premiere from March 15-31. Click here to learn more.
Phil Proctor 55 performed as the wise and knowing town physician Doctor McSharry in The Cripple Of Inishmaan in Glendale, California.

Back to Berlin , a film by Dewey Wigod ’77 , will be screened in New York on Sunday, April 14th at Temple Emanu-El followed by a discussion with Director, Catherine Lurie. The film is about a team of Israeli motorcycle riders who carried the Olympic torch across Europe to plant it in the  Olympiastadion  for the opening ceremonies of the European Maccabee Games of 2015. If interested in attending, RSVP here.
On February 9, 2019 Blake Davis '85 welcomed a sweet baby boy, Crosby Southworth Davis, into the world. Best wishes to you and your growing family!
Matt Levinson '02 Performs at Allen-Stevenson
Matt Levinson ‘02 (Stage Name:  Matt Butler ) returned to Allen-Stevenson last week to meet with the Upper School boys on February 27.

He sang and played his guitar, while recalling his time at A-S, "I was at Allen-Stevenson from Kindergarten to 8th Grade. I played baseball with Mr. Zufall and I wrestled. I enjoyed English and history with Mr. Haarmann, Mr. Holt and Mr. Kersey. I was a member of the Student Council. I also recall science with Mr. Herschenhous and Mr. Ripple and math with Mr. Zufall."

Click here to read more!
A-S Memories
This year, David Kersey h’98 celebrates 50 years of teaching at Allen-Stevenson—a huge milestone worth commemorating. 

He has inspired the minds of future bards, taught us in clever and memorable ways about history, coached developing athletes…for which we are incredibly fortunate. 


We regret to inform you that Edward Bakwin '43 recently passed away.
Alumni Updates

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