Ed Lyons, WG’64

Ed Lyons WG'64 As I am approaching 9 years on the WGES Leadership Committee, and more as class correspondent, I am proud of our work this past 20 years in bringing more information about Wharton and Penn to Wharton Graduate Emeritus Society members.

Stephen J. Kobrin WG’62

Stephen J. Kobrin, WG’62 Professor Kobrin joined the Wharton faculty in 1987. In 1992, he was named as the Director of the Wurster Center for International Management studies and then named co-director of the Lauder Institute which succeeded it. In 2008, he launched Wharton School Press. Steve was known as an expert in InternationalRead More

Alexander Morisey WG’64

Picture of Alexander Morisey Alex Morisey in June of 1964 received a master’s degree in Government Administration from the Fels Institute of Local and State Government. At that time Fels was a division of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Alex decided that rather than work in the public sector, he wantedRead More

Jack Holton, WG’73

Jack Holton, WG'73

Jack Holton graduated from The University of Pennsylvania with a B.A, in History. While there he played varsity ice hockey and was President of his fraternity, Delta Phi/St. Elmo. After graduation, Jack worked for 2 years as the Executive Director of the Delta Phi national fraternity, before returning to PhiladelphiaRead More

Dick Rappleye WG’65

Dick Rappleye WG’65 After attending Miami University and Boston University School of Theology I took a leave of absence from Deloitte to attend Wharton. My career included profit and nonprofit organizations in management positions, with my last thirty years serving in VP of Finance and Administration positions with the C.S. Mott Foundations (20Read More

DeWitt Peterson, WG’56

DeWitt Peterson, WG'56 A New Jersey native, he grew up in Elizabeth, Westfield, and Lake Mohawk, attending Lincoln School, Sparta Grade School, Hamilton Junior High School, and Newton High School. He majored in Government at Tufts while on a NROTC Scholarship and participated in cross country and wrestling. He managed the 1951 NewRead More