On Friday, April 12, nearly 130 alumni and guests returned to Browning for the annual Alumni Reunion. Alumni ranging from the Classes of 1949 to 2015, along with a number of current and former faculty, attended the Donor Recognition and Award Luncheon as well as the evening Reunion reception.
This year, the Alumni Association’s highest distinction, the Charles W. Cook ’38 Alumnus Achievement Award, was presented to Andrew Lack ’64, chairman of NBC News and MSNBC. Mr. Lack was honored during the Donor Recognition and Award Luncheon, led by Head of School John Botti and Alumni Association President Andy Sandberg ’01. Esteemed members of the Browning community attended the luncheon and were treated to a special musical performance by Browning’s a cappella group, the A CaPanthers.
The evening reception featured the presentation of the Stephen S. Perry ’76 Memorial Class Representative Awards to the following alumni:
Most Outstanding Class Fundraiser: Edward Kent ’02
Most Outstanding Class Correspondent: Steve Schott ’72
Most Outstanding Class Representative: Harrison Messer ’12
The Alumni Association is grateful to all who helped make this event possible!