WGES DC Area Lunch – April 11, 2024

WGES Lunch WGES DC Area Lunch - April 11, 2024 Thanks to all whom came Thursday. Included above from the left are Kersy Dastur '71, Barry Gordon '57,Harry Ridenour '65, John Majane '58, J. Mills Williams '71, Jesse Cantrill college. '63, '73 and Mike Harrigon col.'64 '70. Good conversation. Mike Harrigon hasRead More

Charles G. Oewel

Charles G. Oewel Charles Oewel has completed over 4,700 multifamily housing units and 580,000 square feet of office and retail projects in Texas, Nevada, Washington and California in a career spanning over 40 years. Oewel is the developer of Transit Oriented Development (“TOD”) and mixed-use developments in the San Francisco Bay Area. TODRead More

Gloria Rabinowitz, WG’78

GLORIA RABINOWITZ Prior to entering Wharton, Gloria Rabinowitz earned a Masters in Information Science from The University of Michigan. Immediately after graduation from Wharton with her MBA Gloria (WG ’78) relocated to Detroit, Michigan to work for General Motors. This was a fortunate first step in a career in business and academiaRead More

WGES Spotlight McClain Gordon WG’73

McClain Gordon, WG’73 WGES Spotlight Golden Opportunities After losing touch with his classmates, an emeritus alumnus rediscovers the magic of his fellow Whartonites and their impact on the world McClain Gordon, WG’73 Early on in my first year at Wharton, I had a conversation with my roommate, Barrie Lepley WG73, about what heRead More

Wharton Emeritus Society June 2023 Luncheon

Wharton Emeritus Society lunch June 2023 Wharton Emeritus lunch23 June 2022Potomac MD Another successful get together of like minds and appetites! Six of us met at the Hunters Bar and Grill in Potomac MD last week for talk and food. Attendees were myself (John Majane), Jessie Cantrill, Kersey Dastur, Harry Ridenour (slightly blurred out), Ed Dosik,Read More

Bob Natiello, WG’56

Bob Natiello, WG'56 Bob Natiello, WG'56 Robert A. Natiello, an accomplished advertising executive, award winning author, songwriter, and patron of the arts died on July 3rd in Cottonwood,AZ. He was 88 and lived in Sedona, Arizona. The cause was complications of heart and lung disease. In his 30 years at New York basedRead More