1990 Oliver Bergmann ’90 and his family enjoyed their first visitback to Woodberry since Oliver was an ASSISTstudent from Germany during the 1989–1990academic year. John Reimers joined the family ona visit with Emmett Wright, who served as Oliver’sadvisor while he was at Woodberry. Oliver hopesto return to campus for future reunions, andperhaps as a Woodberry parent if his son, Niklas,attends. Shown in the back row are Oliver, Mr.Reimers, Claret, and Annika, and in the front areNiklas and Mr. Wright. 1
Over the summer, Kajetan von Eckardstein ’90and many other Tigers met in Berlin to celebratethe 50th anniversary of ASSIST, the Europeanstudy abroad program that sends studentsto Woodberry. Pictured in the back row areWolfgang Krämer ’91, Johannes Reck ’03,Balázas Barra ’92, Kajetan, Max Knof ’ 20, andMatthis Rau ’06, and in the front row are KasimirKhadjavi ’ 22, Tao Tao ’03, Navin Olschewski’09, Timmy Nguyen ’ 10, Frido Wagner ’ 20, andRytis Masiliunas ’06. Photo courtesy of ASSIST/Nikolaus Brade. 2
1991 This summer Brooks Hathaway ’91 and his son Davis ’ 23 spenteight days hiking the South Downs Way, ahundred-mile-long trail in southern England.The Tigers, who enjoyed their time togetheroff the grid, represented Woodberry with theirMoubray wear. 3
1993 Michael Dean ’93; his wife, Amy; and their daughter, Cora, attendedThe Game this November. The family enjoyed theCapital Association tailgate held in Alexandriabefore they cheered on the Tigers. 4
1994 Todd Sears ’94 received the Beyond Duke Service andLeadership Award this year. Todd graduated fromDuke in 1998 and has worked for the inclusion ofLGBT+ people in business. The Beyond Duke awardwas established to recognize alumni who havedistinguished themselves through service to theircommunity, their country, or to society at large.
1997 Old Cars Weekly featured an article by Barnett Greenberg ’97about his 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible thisyear. Barnett lives in Florence, South Carolina,with his wife, Heather, and children, Phillipand Loryea. He works as a full-time realtor andbroker-in-charge of his firm, Greenberg RealEstate, LLC. He is heavily involved in the Florencecommunity, serving as the treasurer of the PeeDee Realtor Association and as a trustee at BethIsrael Congregation.