by Larry Benjamin RC'66, Class Correspondent

Eric Krebs is in his fourth decade of teaching theater, 34 at RU and 10 at Baruch College of CCNY. He still produces theater in New York and has started a website for students and others of limited means to get theater tickets. It's He still lives in Highland Park, but his professional address is on West 46th Street.

Frank Zaremba retired in 2010 after teaching history at the East Brunswick campus of the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical High School. He is active with the Middlesex County retired educators group involved with government relations and is a former Middlesex County Education Association president.

Ed Malberg has turned to teaching history in retirement, first at Somerville High School and more recently as a substitute at Bridgewater Raritan High and as an adjunct professor at Raritan Valley Community College. Class president Ted Hardies is also president of the Living History Society on campus.

It's always sad to report the passing of classmates, especially belatedly.

Lawrence "Bo" Burr died April 28, 2008 in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. He was president and chief executive officer of Atlas Steel Products, a stainless-steel processor in Twinsburg, Ohio. He was a past chairman of the building committee of the Federated Church in his hometown and its Family Life Center. He served with the Air Force in Vietnam.

John Louis "Jack"Brown Sr., died in Sea Pines, Hilton Head Island, S.C., on Sept. 16, 2009. He was an entrepreneur in computer programming who relocated to South Carolina from Toms River. He served with the Army Corps of Engineers in Germany. He was among the founders of the Ocean Tennis Association in Ocean County.

Peter Richdale, a business leader in the Butler, Pa., area, died Nov. 26, 2013. He managed Sears stores in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania for years and later owned Sir Speedy printing stores in Pennsylvania. He served as president of the Butler Area Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club.

Frederick Ferris of Martins Creek, Pa., died June 13 in Philadelphia. He was an officer with the Air Force from 1966-71 and worked for Ethicon, a medical devices company in Somerville, before retiring. 

It's not too late to write a few words about your campus memories: freshman orientation, dorm life or commuting, classes and professors, fraternities, the JFK assassination, the teach-ins, sports, ROTC, concerts, whatever. Please email them to class historian
Hal Shill