Alumni reunion 2015 was a resounding success! Below, you’ll find a selection of memories. Add your comments at the bottom! We’ve also posted image galleries from Jay Collier, Russ Fortier, Susheel Bibbs, and Ralph Schuetz. (Contact Jay Collier at   to find out to submit your pictures.) Help us identify people by adding comments on those gallery pages.…

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Please let us know if you’re planning on attending by sending an RSVP! Want to see the newest RSVPs? Check out our list sorted by submission date RSVPs received as of April 30 — In alphabetical order Your first name Your last name Years at WGBH Will you attend? Your comments Departments/shows/roles Chip Adams 1977-1981(WGBY)1981-1994(Webb staff and…

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Please let us know if you’re planning on attending by sending an RSVP! Want to see if a colleague has sent an RSVP? Check out our list in alphabetical order RSVPs received as of April 30, 2015 – In order of receipt Most recent RSVPs are at the bottom, just before the comments. Timestamp Your first name Your…

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As of September 20, 2018 Fran Abramowicz John Ackles Lillian Akel Ambrosino Ken Anderson Sharon Angert James Armsey Bill Aucoin Rose Baboulian Dasal Banks Bob Baram Lew Barlow Pat Barnard Virginia Bartlett Jean Becton Leonard Bernstein Virginia Biggy Kate Billings Walter Bischoff Al Boyns Beatrice Braude Jeanne Brodeur Howard Brown Leigh Brown Kirk Browning Werner…

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From Cynthia Broner WGBH notes the passing of lifelong activist and former ’GBHer Bernice “Bunny” Olenick on 12/22. Bunny joined the sports and specials unit at WGBH in 1976 as an assistant working on tennis programming. (Historical note: In 1963, WGBH introduced tennis to American TV, with sportscaster Bud Collins and the National Doubles from…

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From “The first 24 years: A somewhat random compendium of milestones along the way” 1836 John Lowell Jr., leaves a bequest creating free “public lectures for the benefit of the citizens of Boston.” 1946 The Lowell Institute forms a cooperative venture with six Boston colleges (spearheaded by Ralph Lowell) to broadcast educational programs on commercial…

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Positions (from 1958 until 1984): Lighting Consultant, Production Manager, Producer-Director. From WGBH QuickNooz — 8/10/2005 A link with WGBH’s earliest days was broken last week with the death of Greg Harney at age 78. “Many ‘GBHers know Greg’s name because of the Harney Scene Dock, dedicated in his honor by WGBH donors Bill and Anne…

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