Notable Alumni

Major: Liberal Arts

Most memorable Keystone moment:
There were so many. George McGovern and the Presidential election of 1972, Watergate, the end of the Viet Nam war, changing seasons on campus, watching the wrestling team, student government elections, applying for transfer to four year schools, the plays in the "experimental" theater, George Winterstein, Professor Abe Bernstein, Professor David Brahinsky, the ski trip to Vermont, Keystone's first interdisciplinary course "Water ," Professor Cupillari landing a telescope on campus, making lifelong friends, Keystone changed my life.

What are you doing now?
Shareholder in large Philadelphia law firm.

Most interesting life experience:
Watching my sons grow up.

Married to Linda Peyton also a lawyer who is the Executive Director of the Legal Clinic For The Disabled here in Philadelphia, son David is 25 a part time student at Temple and full time seller of aftermarket parts for exotic sports cars, son Daniel 21 a senior at Franklin & Marshall College chemistry major plans to go to graduate school to study chemistry.

What you hope to be doing in the future?
Watching my grandsons grow up.

Message to the students of today:
You learn more from failure than success. The baseball Hall of Fame is full of .300 hitters who failed 70% of the time.