Where are they now?
Some people I'd like to get back in touch with, in no particular order, along
with some notes to myself as to their last whereabouts, and perhaps enough
information that this page might be returned as a result if they're ever
- FOUND! Matthew K. Mori
Some middle names, some given, perhaps some adopted later, were Edison,
Matochkin and Kazuhiko. A co-inhabitant of
at Claremont in 1988.
An excellent writer and a sympathetic soul. From Monterey Park, California,
I still have some of his short sci-fi stories, including "Damned Perfection,"
"the morrow," "The City in the West," and "Song of a Wide Street, or Waiting
for Silvia" -- all with a compelling view of the future and our place in it.
FOUND! Kevin Littlefield
- a Bartlett alumnus a year ahead of me. One of a small
group of eccentric young men who ate lunch in Mrs. McDonald's room in '90 -
along with Guy Yelverton, Tim McAleenan, and George Meyer.
One of the first computer geeks I knew, he later became an IT security professional.
This LinkedIn profile may be his. He is the author of a guide on installing Nessus on Max OS X, and the email address that I had for him in
2003 (email@example.com) is no longer valid.
FOUND! Jonathan Coose
- a kid from my neighborhood when I was growing up. There were
a lot of Legos in our summers. We went to the same schools through
high school (Bartlett), but haven't seen him in probably ten years.
The last email that I had for him firstname.lastname@example.org is no longer valid. May have been in Boise at some point.
FOUND! Judylee Glover
- a classmate in Dr. Nunnally's English classes. I'm pretty sure that her first
Rana, but I'm not positive, since Dr. Nunnally only ever referred to
all of us by our last names: "Miss Glover, Mr. Williams."
UPDATE It was Judylee, not Rana!
INTERESTING FACT: Japan has
a fascinating lost-and-found system.
Royce D. Williams (email@example.com)
was last updated: 2016-10-15