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Trettin, Richard, Class of 1967

I am Richard T. Trettin. Class of 1967. I am retired from the practice of law (40 years) in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. My wife, Diane (Class of 1968) and I live in Sarasota, Florida. I play golf and tend my gardens. Diane is involved in various community affairs.

Paulin, David, Class of 1967

I am a semi-retired manufacturers' rep involved with the sales of polymers and chemical additives to the rubber and plastics industry in the Northeast. I am married (going on forty-five years) to the former Anne Armenio, co-sweatheart of Gamma Upsilon at Miami. We have three daughters, two of whom graduated from Miami. One is a teacher in Boston, the other lives in Vermont and is married to an physician. They have two sons. The third daughter attended Johns Hopkins and is currently a pulmonary fellow. Her husband is also at Hopkins finishing up his residency prior to starting a cardiology fellowship. Anne and I enjoy traveling, especially to Italy and France. I also play tennis and golf and do a little fly-fishing and skiing.

Martin, David, Class of 1969

My wife Barb ('70) and I live in Middletown, OH. After graduation in '69 I spent 2 years in the US Army (no Vietnam though), then "eventually" worked for Procter & Gamble for 22+ years and retired 3 years ago. Barb retired from Coca Cola Enterprises about 2 years ago. I am currently President of TriState Habitat for Humanity and my greatest thrill is that I am the Colony (soon to be Chapter) Advisor for our Gamma Upsilon Colony. Barb and I spend most of our vacations mountain hiking in the Rockies and other western ranges.