Milne Alumni July Newsletter
July 15, 2007
(Revised for Web publication.)

by Mary Welch, '71

Dear Classmates & Milne Alumni,

Topics of this newsletter:

1) Milne Alumni Locations
2) Milne Family List

I have been working with Judy Koblintz Madnick, 1961, on a location list of where known Milne Alumni now live. (See Locations.) Judy supplied me with a ZIP Code list sorted from the alumni database she has been collecting and organizing. I took this list and broke it down by state and city and in the case of New York State by ZIP Code.

This list is based on the most up-to-date information when I started it, but I realized as I worked on it, that there are several addresses that need to be updated in my Class of 1971, and perhaps you will see others that are missing or maybe even your own. I would like to make this the best list of this information possible, so I welcome your help in supplying me with additional and corrected addresses.

Some addresses in NY, such as Loudonville, also list as Albany, as does Niskayuna, which lists as Schnectady. We will update these addresses as either Loudonville or Niskayuna in the next revision of the list.

(Note: If this list was printed out it would be over 34 pages long in 10-point typeface.)

I am also sorting out Judy's database against the Milne Alumni Directories that you can find on the Milne website so there will be an idea of who we are missing by name and by class year. This will take a little longer to complete. This information will not be shared with any vendors, but when there is another All-Milne Reunion, we hope to let as many Milne Alumni know about it as possible, either by e-mail or regular mail.

If you have any questions or comments on this Milne Alumni Location list, I look forward to hearing from you.

I hope to have the revised Milne Family List added to the Milne website soon. There will be a link on the Milne Alumni site.

I hope you are having a wonderful summer.

Thank you for your continued interest and e-mails.

Mary Welch, '71

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