Mark Allen Baker ’79 Battling Nelson, the Durable Dane McFarland & Company Inc., 2016. The incredible story of Oscar “Battling” Nelson is a rags to riches—back to rags—tale. As one of the toughest and most durable professional boxers to enter the ring, Battling Nelson held the world lightweight championship title from 1908 to 1910. Sharon
On the SUNY Oswego campus, it wasn’t unusual to see Professor Emeritus of Physics Paul Liebenauer heading off to a course in French. For years, Liebenauer studied the language so that he and his wife, Margreta, could travel, which they did extensively throughout France and other European countries. “The [French] department was kind enough to
Berta Culver Van Loon Stebbins ’45 of Lake Wales, Fla., died May 29, 2016. She taught for more than 30 years in the Odessa-Montour (N.Y.) Central School District. She was predeceased by her first husband, Harold Van Loon. Berta is survived by her second husband, Arnold Stebbins; three children, 16 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. Sylvia
Richard Woolley ’89 opened the doors to Weathered Vineyards near Allentown, Pa., with his wife of 30 years, Dana Master Woolley ’87, in 2014. The winemaker shared his experiences – and some memories of SUNY Oswego – in an interview in 2016. How did you and Dana meet? Richard Woolley: Dana and I met in
For students (and others) seeking a photography minor, the lake is a source of artistic fodder, with hours spent perched on its shore seeking the perfect picture. The lake is among the most popular spots to gather for a sunset photo session during Reunion Weekend. Jim Russell ’83, SUNY Oswego’s campus photographer, has spent decades
Elizabeth Crowley ’11 and Mark Martin ’09 were married Sept. 4, 2015, in Sherrill, N.Y. Pictured (from left) are Shawn Axtell, Nicholas Mayba ’10, Charles Hibson ’10, Michael Collier ’10, Elizabeth Crowley ’11, Rachel Newport ’10, Mark Martin ’09, Valentina Capone ’10, Andrea Ritter ’11, Sean Bellinger ’08, Lauren Clark ’12 and Kelsey Bennett ’11.