37 Class SecretaryKathleen Coverick ’08;


38 Class Secretary Meg Julian ’03, ’06JD;
804 Jersey Ave., Spring Lake NJ 07762; 646-246-5480; megjulian@gmail.com


39 Still Going!
Was so happy to have a note from John DeCoursey ’77. He is part of a long line of Domers, including his five brothers (Vincent ’64, Thomas ’65, Robert ’67, David ’70 and Stephen ’74), uncles Bill ’42 and John ’53, and aunt Sister Regina DeCoursey ’56. Of note, the family was unaware their dad Vincent was the first ’39 class secretary, from graduation until 1954, just as I was unaware he was also editor of the Dome yearbook. His Class Notes (and all the others) can be found in the digitized Alumnus archive (archives.nd.edu/alumnus/). This is a great resource as those words capture the mood at that time in history — both on campus and elsewhere in the world. Already in 1939 events in Europe were looming over members of the Class. John pointed out that while Notre Dame is 182 years old, in 1939 it was only 97 years old, and already had so much history. It is an honor to share just a bit of it, and I will continue to do so as long as there is news or stories from readers. — Seth O’Donnell ’04; 17 Marion St., East Greenwich RI 02818, 603-828-7335; seth.odonnell@gmail.com