All Alumni Reception

Friday, May 31
6:00 – 9:00pm
583 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
The 2019 reunion is a special moment for the School as we are honoring Mr. David Kersey’s historic 50 years at Allen-Stevenson as a faculty member since 1969. Alongside the 4’s and 9’s milestone Reunion Classes, this celebration will recognize Chris Brozyna, Susan Etess, Peter Haarmann, Tom Sullivan, and Monica Matthew for their many years of service to Allen-Stevenson. 

We invite alumni from every year, their parents, as well as spouses and partners to join us for this momentous occasion.

Reunion Leaders

Andrew Sereysky '64
Nicholas Schutt '94
Lincoln Paine, Jr. '74 Alexander Appel '99
Christopher Miller '79 Matthew Elkin '99
Clinton Johnson '79 Maximilian Warncke '99
Andrew Goodwin '84 Thomas Zipser '99
John Henry, Jr. '84, P'17, '20, '23
Alex Ingram '03
Kevin Koplin '84, P'23 Reed Katz '03
Marc Rice '84 William Hershey '04
Philip Utsch '84, P'28 Alessandro Giacometti '09
David Herzberg '89, P'22 Alexander Selz '09
John Lazar '89 Alexander Tomashoff '09
Pierre Bonan '89 Harry Whitney '09
William Hamilton '94 David Koch, Jr. '14
Daniel Rosen '94
Charles Peltier '14

*Don't see a Reunion Leader for your Class? Reach out to Jennifer Ziplow ( or call 212-933-5240 if you are interested in helping for the 2019 Alumni Reunion. 

The David W. Kersey h’98 Half-Century Scholarship Fund

This endowed scholarship fund, established in 2019 by the generosity of alumni with a lead gift by Louis Rose ’86, honors Mr. David Kersey on the occasion of his 50 years of teaching at The Allen-Stevenson School.  The earnings from this permanently restricted fund will provide general scholarship support for admitted boys with a demonstrated financial aid need.  

If interested in making a gift to the David W. Kersey h'98 Half-Century Scholarship Fund, please click here.

Look Who's Coming!

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Get Involved

Allen-Stevenson is happy to support individual class activities during Reunion Weekend. Please contact Jen Ziplow at if you are interested in volunteering or organizing class-specific events.

Allen-Stevenson’s distinctive “enlightened traditional” approach educates boys to become scholars and gentlemen.