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Nick Lazares ’73, P’08, P’10

Nick Lazares ’73, P’08, P’10

Nick Lazares is chairman of the board and CEO of Admirals Bank with offices in Boston, MA; Cranston, RI; and San Francisco, CA. Nick and a group of private investors acquired Admirals Bank in mid-2010. With his innovative approach to growth and investment in new...

Paul E. Raether ’68, P’93, P’96, P’01

Paul E. Raether ’68, P’93, P’96, P’01

Having served on the Board of Trustees since 1989 and as its chair since May 2002, Paul Raether stepped down in June 2014 as the longest-sitting chair of the board in the history of the College. He is also the most philanthropic of all alumni at Trinity College. His...

Peter S. Kraus ’74

Peter S. Kraus ’74

Peter graduated from Trinity with a B.A in economics and earned his M.B.A. from New York University in 1975. His financial career is highlighted by an illustrious 22-year career with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. In December 2008, he was elected chairman and CEO of...

Philip Grabfield ’81

Philip Grabfield ’81

Philip Grabfield believes in giving back to his community, which is why he and eight of his fellow graduates from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School spent the summer after graduation volunteering on the tiny, impoverished island of Dominica in the...

Professor Glenn Weaver

Professor Glenn Weaver

Paul S. Sperry ’80 established the Professor Glenn Weaver Scholarship in 2012 to honor the memory of Professor Weaver. Glenn Weaver was born in Altoona, PA, in 1917. He received an A.B. degree from Catawba College, Salisbury, NC, a B.D. degree from Lancaster (PA)...

Raymond E. Joslin ’58

Raymond E. Joslin ’58

Ray Joslin believed that education can profoundly change the course of a young person’s life. He was the first member of his family to attend college, something that was possible because of the financial aid he received, and as an alumnus he devoted much of his time...

Roy Nutt ’53

Roy Nutt ’53

Roy Nutt, who died in 1990, was an early expert in computer systems programming. He was co-creator of IBM’s FORTRAN compiler, the first high-level scientific and engineering programming language. Roy was co-founder of Computer Sciences Corporation, which today is...

Sheila and Charles R. Perrin ’67

Sheila and Charles R. Perrin ’67

Charles Perrin received his B.A. in history with honors in 1967. He then went on to earn his M.B.A. in marketing from Columbia University in 1969. He began his career with General Foods and then joined Cheseborough-Ponds where he worked in a variety of sales,...

William P. Scully ’61

William P. Scully ’61

Bill Scully remembers his time and his friendships at Trinity fondly. His close friendships with classmates who later served in the Vietnam War, some of whom died while serving, was the motivation behind Bill and his wife Marlynn establishing four endowed...

William S. Eaton ’10

William S. Eaton ’10

William S. Eaton was originally from Nashua, New Hampshire. He received his B.A. from Trinity College in 1910. While at Trinity, Bill was a member of the Sophomore Dining Club, the football team, the baseball team, the hockey team, the track team, and Psi Upsilon. He...