Joe and Kay Rigter celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary with an expedition to Antartica.
I am a December 1981 graduate, and had the pleasure of attending Clemson’s 1981 National Championship in the Orange Bowl. While my thoughts were with Clemson this year during the 2015 championship, I was not able to watch game, because I was in a remote region of Ethiopia on a short term mission trip. Immediately upon returning to South Carolina, I watched a recorded version of the game. Although the final score ended in a win for Alabama, I was very proud of our Tigers’ performance on the field. I am even more impressed with our Tigers’ performance off the field. Coach Swinney’s testimonies, Deshaun Watson’s Habitat for Humanity contributions, and Tony Elliott’s success story are all positive representations for Clemson. Go Tigers!!!!!!
Dolores ’91 and Beau Long ’93 proudly showing the Tiger Spirit in Saint Barthelemy in December, getting ready for the Tigers’ run in the Orange Bowl and Fiesta Bowl. # GoTigers
Bob Lentz and Nancy Lentz (71-72) enjoyed a five-day sail in the British Virgin Islands in February. As always, it was great to see Tiger tracks all over the islands.
Jim Morrow ’76, M ’78 and Peggie Morrow enjoyed a five-day sail in the British Virgin Islands in February. As always, it was great to see Tiger tracks all over the islands.
Robert Duvall ’84 and his wife, Phyllis, display their Tiger rag at Manoa Falls in Oahu.
Devar ’63 and Suzie Burbage, with Ed ’66 and Lynda Tennent show the flag among ancient Buddist Stupa in Inle Lakes, Myanmar (aka Burma) in January, 2016.
These Tigers have each toured over 50 countries!
Mike ’67 and Becky Hugg and Richard ’66 and Nancy Cottingham cruis’n to Margaritaville after Miami game.
Taken while traveling in Cancun on an annual company trip.