Alex Jackson Rieser

Profile Updated: August 25, 2019
Alex Jackson
Residing In: Wilmette, IL USA
Spouse/Partner: David Rieser
Children: Graham, 9/7/91
Alanna 7/21/95
Occupation: attorney, interior designer
Yes! Attending Reunion
Junior High?

Central

During reunion weekend (Oct 10-12th)would you be interested in gathering with any subgroup either from NT or to share current interests/ occupations? Anything is possible!

Theater folks and dancers

Did you attend college? Which one? Do you remember other New Trier classmates who attended the same college? If so, who?

Colby College, Washington University School of Law

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Alex Jackson Rieser has left an In Memory comment for Nora Schwartz.
Mar 18, 2017 at 3:33 PM

Oh my gosh-I just learned that Nora died on 9/3/16.  What a loss.  I was always intrigued by her, as she seemed so talented, strong and comfortable in her own skin.  We were never close, but it seemed appropriate that she would follow her talents and succeed in NY's performance world.  how sad that we keep losingour classmates.  Carpe Diem.

 

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Mar 06, 2015 at 3:33 PM

What sad news.  I had a wonderful time chatting with him and Cathy Lee at Happ Inn reunion weekend.  His entusiasm and kindness were as evident then as 40 years prior.  I know many will sorely miss him.  Alex Jackson Rieser

 

Oct 12, 2014 at 12:58 PM

Hey, Lady. We missed you last night! Hope you are well. Alex

Alex Jackson Rieser has left an In Memory comment for Lisa Humphrey.
Oct 10, 2014 at 11:32 PM

Lisa died our freshman year of a drug overdose.  Her passing so affected the Glencoe community that we created the Glencoe Youth Center in 1971.  It continues to thrive and provide a safe, welcoming place for high school kids even now (its 43rd year).  In a way, it is Lisa who has helped so many hundreds of kids over the past decades.  Thank you, Lisa.