USNA Alumni Association & Navy League


MGEN Murray USMC (ret)

General Terry Murphy, UNSA 68, is Executive Vice President of the US Naval Academy Alumni Association and a 1968 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He served in the Marines for 33 years including a tour in Vietnam. The General will be speaking to a joint meeting of the USNA Alumni and the Navy League on October 22 about his career in Corps, current events in Iraq, and the US Naval Academy.

Wednesday, October 22, 2003
The Crowne Plaza Hotel
70 State St.
Rochester, New York

Social Hour begins at 6:30 PM
Dinner begins at 7:00 PM

Menu: Chicken Wellington with Mushroom Duxelle and Light Madeira Sauce with appetizer, salad, potato, roll, butter, desert and beverage

$25.00 per person by October 13th
$30.00 per person after October 13th
No reservations accepted after October18th

Total Attending_______________

Check, payable to:
Rochester Council NLUS
mail to:
David Drozdziel
3088 Bay Front South
Rochester, NY 14622



Ishmael’s Son

CAPT Nelson Blish, USNR (ret) will speak briefly about his exciting new book Ishmael’s Son, at the conclusion of General Murray’s remarks. If you like Tom Clancy you’ll love Nelson’s book. Bring your copy and Nelson will sign it. (A limited number of copies will be available for purchase at the dinner.)

Email Address

If you did not receive this newsletter by email, we do not have your email address. Snailmail is an avoidable expense. Please send your name and email address to Nelson Blish at [email protected].

Directions to Crowne Plaza Hotel

Traveling east on 490
Plymouth Avenue exit (exit 13)
Turn right on Plymouth Avenue
Turn left on Church Street
Turn right on State Street

Traveling west on 490
Plymouth Avenue exit
First right on Spring Street
Left on Plymouth Avenue
Turn right on Church Street
Turn right on State Street

All Military Organizations

All military personal and organizations are invited to this presentation. Please bring your spouse or significant other to this dinner, and feel free to distribute this to other members of your organization. To insure a proper head count, respond early.