Scott Reynolds works for Major League Soccer Camps. • Kate Wilkinson-Thomspon is a partner with Gleaves, Swearingen, Potter, and Scott in Eugene, Ore.
Casey Clapsaddle is president of Rivers Unlimited in Steamboat Springs, Colo. • Sally Clark and Steven Guarascio were married July 16 in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Alumni in attendance were Christina Hurvis and Camilla Nestor. • Scott and Missy Machetta Hoge have been married for nine years and have a 2-year-old son, Nathaniel. Scott received his Ph.D. in 2001 and is an instructor of radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Missy has been with the New England Aquarium for 10 years; she is a biologist in the rescue and rehabilitation department, where she responds to and rehabilitates stranded whales, dolphins, seals, and endangered sea turtles. • Jennifer Rodi Hoglin and family moved to Park City, Utah, a year ago, and they “LOVE it!” According to Jennifer, “It is great to be back in the West, although we miss CC hockey games against Minnesota.” She currently works in marketing at C.R. Bard, and offers her home to any interested CC ski bums in need of a place to stay. • Jay Mick is proud to announce the release of his novel, “The Neptune Consortium.” • Tracy Stegall and her partner, Susie Pringle, volunteer for Olivia, a travel company for women. They spent a month in Greece and Italy last summer, “a perfect respite” before Tracy began her new job as the assistant principal at Monarch K-8 School in Louisville, Colo.
In an homage to the Page Six-style of the New York Post, Doug Lansky’s Christmas mailing, written by “Liz Smith,” featured 2005’s tawdry tales from his Stockholm-based family. Highlights include the following: “The ever-smiling 11¼2-year-old India reportedly kept her parents busy, largely due to a vocabulary and analysis capability more limited than George W. Bush. Sienna, now nearly five years old, is barraging her parents with annoying questions in both fluent Swedish and English.” It was speculated that Doug’s wife, Signe, “unlike Brad Pitt and Paris Hilton, has taken a job as a family doctor.” Doug himself, “after pumping out four books in the last 18 months,” has “technically qualified” as an “international best-selling author” — a title also claimed by Tom Clancy, Kitty Kelly, and L. Ron Hubbard. • Rebecca McQuitty is a veterinary intern working with small animals at Michigan State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. • Currie Jacobus Meyer is happy to report that her husband, Stephen, has just completed (“well, mostly”) their new post-and-beam timber-framed home in Steamboat, Colo. She invites CC friends to come visit. That is, once their home is actually complete. • Susan Patrick and Dan Lascell were married Oct. 1 in Wrightsville Beach, N.C. • Beth Sarro is a sand-dune surfing aficionado, catching waves of grain and teaching her trade to adventure-seeking tourists in Swakopmund, Namibia, on the southwestern coast of Africa. There she founded, owns, and operates the premier sandboarding outfit in the area, Alter-Action.
After Susan Duncan Albright earned her Ph.D. from Colorado State University in 2000, she and her family returned to Colorado Springs, where Susan is a registered dietician and does part-time nutrition counseling at CC’s Boettcher Health Center. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Mike, and their two children, Chris and Sara. • Wendy Powers Borchert, her husband, Shane, and sons, Ray and Jeff, have moved from Phoenix to the Bay Area, where she is a technical training developer for Chevron’s eProcurement group. • Michael Drennan and his partner, Professor Matthew Kisner, live in Columbia, S.C. Michael recently accepted the position of executive director of the South Carolina Equality Coalition. They are remodeling their home and are considering starting a family. • Lara Dunn and Michael Collins were married July 2005 in Hood River, Ore. She and Mike work as speech pathologists in the Columbia Gorge area. • Scott Givens has opened a used bookstore, Browser’s Bookstore, in Corvallis, Ore. He is married with two children, 4-year-old Amanda and 2-year-old Annie, and he volunteers for his local library. • Jennifer McLean and L. Michael Brooks Jr. were married Sept. 18 in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Michelle Connor Harris ’94, Karen Metzger Keithley ’67, Lisa Knowles, Sean McLaughlin, Melinda Sharkey, Tricia Holwell Smith, Genevieve Greer Steensma, Jeanne Ulmer, Willett Willis IV ’92, and Janet O’Brien Winterburn. • Sharleen Pisciotta works for the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs as an instructor for the writing program. • Rey A. Phillips Santos passed the Illinois Bar. He received his J.D. in June from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. • Karen Belote works for Serengeti Genesis in Palo Alto, Calif.
Brian Deutsch and Laura Peyser were married Oct. 30, 2004, in New York City. Alumni in attendance were David Davies, Stephen Mahoney, Ted Nusbaum, Chris Peper, Greg Pritham, Chris Smith, Chris Soskin, and David Walsh. Brian and Laura live in New York City with their new baby, Ava. • Matthew Hilton Frances and Shara Kaufman were married Aug. 7, 2004, in Muir Beach, Calif. • Curtis Hagedorn is a physician with Retina Consultants of Colorado. • Laurisa Rogers Lusby is clinical director of Ada Family Services in Boise, Idaho.
Jeff Bush, president of CSI Recruiting in Denver, was named to “Forty Under 40” by The Denver Business Journal. The award honors 40 of the most accomplished and influential young executives in Denver. • Claiborne Carrington is a conservation writer for the Nature Conservancy in San Antonio. • Ryan Ehrhart and Michele Cobb Summers were married Oct. 1 at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tenn. Ryan is a senior vice president for Morgan Keegan. • Charles Park is participating in a one-year fellowship in addictions psychiatry at the University of Colorado-Denver. His wife, Hy Gia Young Park, and baby daughter, Mia, are living in Hawaii, where Hy is in her second year of medical school at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.• W. Bosier Parsons lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Kari, and daughter, Mia, where he is a sales representative for Pella Windows & Doors. • Bryan Roeder has served as the state threatened and endangered species biologist for the Colorado Department of Transportation since 2004.
10th Reunion, Oct. 6-8, 2006!
Amy Dounay and her husband, Chad Atwood, are currently living in Ann Arbor, Mich., where Amy is a medicinal chemist in the drug discovery division of Pfizer. Chad recently resigned his position in the toxicology department at Pfizer to become a full-time stay-at-home dad. • Scott and Kathryn Jones Grosscup have moved to Glenwood Springs, Colo., with their two children. • Nancy Hernandez is pursuing her master’s in nonprofit management from Regis University. • Jamie Roberts is director of programs for Chorus American in Washington, D.C. • Ariella Randle Rogge works as an assistant director for Sanborn Western Camps in Florissant, Colo. She and her husband, Matt, had a baby boy, Lairden Fielding Rogge, in November 2004. She “ran into Joe Carpenter last winter while skiing and would love to reconnect with other CC friends. Send an e-mail or come on up for a hike!”
Barry Balof is an assistant professor of mathematics at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash. • Meagan McGuire Frank was recently hired as a reporter at The Dunn County News in Menomenie, Wis. • Carlo Reyes and Cheryl Laquindanum were married Feb. 19, 2005, in Burbank, Calif. • Eric Rud is an assistant hockey coach at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minn.
Theodore YuChiang Cheng and Sheron Li were married July 2 in Napa Valley, Calif. Alumni in attendance were Hitesh Patel ’99, Daniel Lopez-Uribe ’99, and Renee Urbanowicz ’99. • Joshua Messer is a resident M.D. at the Swedish Family Medical Center in Denver. • Jett Nilprabhassorn is a designer at Rowell Brokaw Architects in Eugene, Ore. • Melanie Thielen and Albin Ulle were married Aug. 13 in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Hannah Duggan, Keith Mottram ’93, Steve Mottram ’92, Alyssa Federline Schroeder, Erik Schroeder ’91, Liz Snyder, Eric Sondermann ’76, Megan Tropea, and Robyn Wood.
Kimm Buettner Lucas is a fourth-grade teacher at Denver’s Montclair Academy where she lives with her husband, Tim, and daughter, Emma, and is a member of the Junior League. • Meghan McKeever and Michael Anderson were married July 23 on Lake Washington in Seattle. Alumni in attendance were Marjory Abbott ’44, Brooke Dunitz-Johnson, and Ari Long ’98. Meghan and Mike live with their dog, Abby, in Rochester, N.Y., where Meghan is a resident in obstetrics and gynecology. • Jill Ogata is an English teacher at Konawaena High School in Kona, Hawaii. • Amy Stetson is pursuing a master’s in teaching secondary Spanish with an endorsement in art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. • Nathan Welton is a health reporter at the San Luis Obispo Tribune. He sends an enthusiastic hello (“hi!”) to his fellow CC grads.