Category Archives: Our Far-Flung Alumni

Our Far-Flung Alumni: Doug Cleland

September 7, 2013 Doug Cleland, an early 1970s graduate of Earlham with a major in Economics has announced he will retire as Lower Merion (PA) Township Manager at the end of January, 2014.  Cleland has served Lower Merion, a suburb … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: James McKenzie Coate, Sr.

June 28, 2013 Accomplishments, diverse interests, commitments to service and an active life are all signatures of Earlham graduates. All describe James McKenzie Coate Sr., an attorney in Philadelphia who was also a very active amateur musician. He was also … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Peter Suber (’73)

May 24, 2013 May 21, 2013—The Harvard Library and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University are pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Suber as director of the Office for Scholarly Communication (OSC), starting July 1, … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Bob Mantock

March 27, 2013 Bob (Robert M.) Mantock passed from this life the day before yesterday. He was not a graduate of Earlham, but he made himself a valuable member of the Earlham community through service as a member of the … Continue reading

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Our Far-Flung Alumni: Eric Dimick Eastman (’96)

November 10, 2012 Eric Dimick Eastman (’96) no longer works in his basement, and I don’t know whether he ever wore pajamas while he worked.  But he has become a successful entrepreneur, working over the internet from Richmond, Indiana, providing, … Continue reading

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