Not Lost, Found

A couple of years ago, I delivered a eulogy for Bob Alley. Fraternity brother, college roommate, best friend. Maybe you believe that connections like that are never broken and become permanent residents in a greater eternal consciousness. Or maybe, upon reading that last sentence, you’d say what Bob would, “Oh, please.” Continue reading Not Lost, Found

Ron Pace


“Music on the Square” has been going strong since 2001, when Ron Pace (Knoxville ’64, ’69) and his wife, Sandy, hired the first band and handed out the first fliers. Continue reading Waverly

Eat Tennessee

Before farmers’ markets became all the rage, Joe Gaines (’69, ’76) was working on a plan to make Tennessee’s small-scale producers more profitable by helping them grab a larger share of the markets. Continue reading Eat Tennessee