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Taylor, Kneeland Posted: 7/25/2014 10:27:24 AM
Class of 1970

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I am still climbing mountains, skiing, kayaking and competing in cross country ski races, mountain running races, swim meets and triathlons. In other words, I am blessed with good health and am active. I haven't eaten any meat in 29 years except fish, which is a diet I recommend. I was divorced several years ago and as bad as that was, I have recovered and am having a great time as single person. After Penn I spent a couple of years as a ski bum, and then went to law school. I practice law solo, and will continue for a few more years. My three children are adults and doing well. I have four grandchildren. I would enjoy hearing from my friends from Zeta Psi with whom I lost contact long ago.

Riley, James Posted: 5/23/2013 5:21:05 PM
Class of 1967

I note belatedly that the Directory does not reflect the death almost three years ago of my old friend Tom Vietor '66, who was my freshman roommate and who convinced me to become a Zete. I know many of us will remember him fondly. Posted below is his obituary from the NY Times.

VIETOR--Thomas Frederick III, 66 of Katonah, NY died October 1st of cancer. The son of Carolyn Raymond and Thomas F. Vietor Jr. Tom was born and raised in Manhattan, graduated from St. Paul's School, the University of Pennsylvania and served in the Air National Guard. He was a member of the New York Yacht Club and a former Board Member of the Orchestra of St. Luke's. He spent his career at Johnson & Higgins and then Marsh. He retired as Chairman of Marsh FINPRO Global. He is survived by his wife Jeanne K. Windbiel, son Tommy Vietor of Washington, DC, daughter Taylor Vietor, stepson John Cunningham, sister, the Reverend Julie (Vietor) Kelsey of Branford, CT and numerous nieces and nephews. A service will be held at St. Matthew's Church in Bedford, NY on Thursday, October 7th at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to: GU Oncology Research Fund, Dr. David Nanus, 1305 York Ave., Box 403, New York, NY 10021.

Published in The New York Times on October 5, 2010