Dr. Frederick Sanders '44

A few weeks ago, The Boston Globe included an obituary about our classmate and dear Phi Psi brother, Frederick Sanders.  While the news of Sandy’s death was painfully shocking—who among us is comfortable with the rate at which our contemporaries depart?—my sadness was partly relieved by the accompanying newspaper photo.  The imminent smile was that of the boy we began to know sixty-six years ago.

Dr. Frederick Sanders '44

A few weeks ago, The Boston Globe included an obituary about our classmate and dear Phi Psi brother, Frederick Sanders.  While the news of Sandy’s death was painfully shocking—who among us is comfortable with the rate at which our contemporaries depart?—my sadness was partly relieved by the accompanying newspaper photo.  The imminent smile was that of the boy we began to know sixty-six years ago.

Dr. Frederick Sanders '44

A few weeks ago, The Boston Globe included an obituary about our classmate and dear Phi Psi brother, Frederick Sanders.  While the news of Sandy’s death was painfully shocking—who among us is comfortable with the rate at which our contemporaries depart?—my sadness was partly relieved by the accompanying newspaper photo.  The imminent smile was that of the boy we began to know sixty-six years ago.