Fifty Year Club Luncheon—Class of 1968 and Earlier

Join fellow graduates during Alumni Weekend, Oct. 12-14, to celebrate alumni who graduated fifty or more years ago as the newest members of the Fifty Year Club, and to honor the Class of 1968 on their 50th reunion from DePaul! A. Gabriel Esteban, PhD, president of DePaul, will be the featured speaker, providing updates on the university and sharing his vision for the future.

50th Reunion Committee

Karen Egerer (LAS '68)
Stanley Herzog (BUS '68)
William Hottendorf (LAS '68)
Karen Roysden (EDU '68)
Gregory Schmit (SOM '68, BA, MM)
Robert Minetz (LAS '68)

Fifty Year Club Committee

Carole Bennett (CSH '65)
John Beyer (BUS '65)
Dennis Ciborowski (CSH '66, MBA '78)
John Humm (BUS '63)
Maureen Lyons (LAS '58)
Dorita Malecki (LAS '58)
Marty Malecki (BUS '58)
Eileen Massura (CSH '63)
Daniel McGowan (LAS '56)
Ron Peters (BUS '60)
James Sheedy (LAS '65)
Ann Tuohy (LAS ’61)
David Winter (LAS '61)

Fifty Year Club Luncheon

Date: Friday, Oct. 12, 2018
Time: 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Lincoln Park Campus, 2250 N. Sheffield Ave., Room 120AB, Chicago
Cost: $25 by Sept. 28, $35 by Oct. 5. Includes plated lunch, dessert reception and valet parking. Registration is required.

Alumni and guests are invited to the Fifty Year Club Luncheon to reconnect with classmates, reminisce about your DePaul days and welcome the newest members of the Fifty Year Club—the Class of 1968!

Alumni Weekend events: In addition to the Fifty Year Club Luncheon, the celebration continues with a full weekend of events for you to enjoy. Explore campus life today with a tour, celebrate with loved ones at family-friendly events, show your Blue Demon pride at athletic events, meet DePaul's 12th president, Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban, at the Alumni Weekend Reception, attend Alumni and Family Weekend Mass and Brunch and more. Visit the Alumni Weekend events section for more information and to register.

Celebrate Alumni Weekend with a Gift to DePaul

Join your classmates in making a gift to DePaul University. Whether you lived in a residence hall or were a commuter student, the first college graduate in your family or a third-generation Blue Demon, your DePaul experience has shaped who you are today. Please consider helping today's students follow in your footsteps as dedicated students, proud alumni and supporters of DePaul’s mission.

Ways to make your mark at DePaul: