Lycoming College Class of 1972

JERRY BOONE 50 CELEBRATION 4 Lyco Friends Bob McLain ’72, Barry Solnick (freshman year, but he transferred), and my fraternity brothers Stay in Touch Animal-Kevin Foord and Moanz-Mike Maloney Interests Sales: Xerox and Kodak Difference Lycoming Made Lycoming allowed me to develop close friendship and create lasting memories in my fraternity. Post-Lycoming Experiences Family time, playing tenor sax in my band, and living life to the fullest Greatest Accomplishment I worked in sales until this year, making commissions in my sales job which put me in a good position to retire comfortably and have plenty left over for my kids when I croak. I did not admire guys who retired early and had their wife continue working. I am glad that after my wife had our children, she stopped full-time sales, and she did part-time jobs around bringing them up. It made a difference. Both kids have a strong work ethic — one was a soloist at ABT and did ballet around the world, and the youngest is making big bucks saving people as a nurse anesthetist. Reunion? Yes Jerry Boone 68 Misty Pine Road Fairport, NY 14450 (585) 223-4585 (585) 766-1035 Employment Retired Employer RAVEL Market Research Position Senior Director of Sales Spouse Sue Boone Children Kristi (40) and McKenzie (36) Grandchildren Kennedi (8) and Emmie (5) Community Involvement Founder of The Skycoasters, a 9-piece party band who have performed at Super Bowls, two Summer Olympics, Yankee Stadium, and local events and weddings in Rochester, NY Lycoming Memories My fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi, was my favorite, and Mrs. Betty King was my favorite professor Lycoming Involvement Alpha Sigma Phi Lycoming Escapades Greek Week: We did the last Yatsesool – stay loose night. Pledging was fun, but I can’t tell those stories.