More and more ex-C/Ders are discovering this website!
Welcome Martin Grant! And Jack Ginsberg provided me with contact info for Julie Nakagama. (Thank you, Jack!)
Martin and Julie: please click on the Comment line and let us know what you're up to these days. (And for the benefit of everyone, tell us what you did at Chiat/Day and when you were there.)
This is a good opportunity to explain how the Lost and Found list works ...
When I started this website, I received a list of contacts from Adelaide Horton and Roseann McNulty. It was the same list that was used to issue the invitations to Jay's memorial in NY. I also culled some names and email addresses from the emails that Carol Madonna in LA sent out about Jay's memorial.
The list was obviously incomplete, because hundreds and hundreds of people worked at Chiat/Day over the years. Sometimes I had absolutely no idea what the person's name was because all I had was their email address, not their full name. Sometimes I had a name, but no email address.
From these fragmented sources, I slowly started to build the "Lost and Found" list on this website.
If I had a name and a valid email address, your name was placed in the "Found" section. If I had a name but no valid email address, your name went into the "Lost" section. If I had a valid email address but no name, your name might not appear in either the Lost OR the Found section. (How would I know, for example, that firstname.lastname@example.org was actually "John Doe?")
So this is the lengthy story of how the Lost and Found list got created and why it is so incomplete.
If you know of the email address of someone who worked at Chiat/Day whose name is in the Lost section, please send me that email address. If you remember someone's name, but don't know their email address, send me their name and I will put them in the "Lost" section.