Three generations of U-M grads visited the Acropolis of Athens, Greece. From left to right are Carol Bartell, MA’72; Stacey Bartell, ’91; current student Sydney Bartell; Kent Bartell, ’91, MBA’04; and Ted Bartell, PhD’74.
Gary Trock, ’70, MD’74, took in the Hemingway House outside Havana during a spring trip. Ernest Hemingway purchased the home in 1940 and wrote “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and “The Old Man and the Sea” while spending time there.
Donald, ’58, and Betsi Knapp are seen on their way to Fanning Atoll in the South Pacific. The atoll was discovered by Donald’s ancestral uncle, Capt. Edmund Fanning, in 1798. Donald notes that the latitude and longitude observed in 1798 by Fanning agrees with 2016 GPS by 30 seconds.
Kent Frederick, ’84, and his son, Alex, took this photo near the village of Eiði in the Faroe Islands, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. Behind them are the rock columns known as the Risin og Kellingin (the Giant and the Hag).
Eric Eisen, ’71, JD’75, and Claire Shapiro, ’75, visited Machu Picchu, Peru, in early 2015.
Deanna Beyer, ’82, MS’90, added the 22nd Maratona di Roma to her international race accomplishments on April 10. Deanna began and ended the event outside the Colosseum, following a 26.2 mile course through downtown Rome’s landmarks, cobblestones, and cheering pedestrians—including a few who thought it appropriate to walk their dogs through the roped-off marathon route! Deanna took the interruptions in stride.
Scott Szotko, DDS’99, snapped this photo of his son, Calvin, and wife, Kimber Sherlock-Szotko, ’00, enjoying Calvin’s first U-M football game last fall.
Jolene Eliasson, ’61, took a short hike in the Porcupine Mountains to view the Lake of the Clouds in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Mike Redding, ’78, MA’81, visited Sequoia National Park in California and found that the famous trees were about as big as his pride in Michigan!
Michael Dodyk, MS’70, poses at Orne Harbor, Antarctica, where he traveled with the cruise ship Ocean Nova in January.
While convalescing from a complete shoulder replacement, Chester Summers, DDS’61, MPH’64, RPH’66, MS’70, took a Caribbean cruise. Many alumni and friends of U-M noticed and enjoyed his Block M arm sling.