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’80
After 13 years in Australia, Heidi Cost and her three children are living in Santa Fe, N.M., where she manages family vacation rental properties in Santa Fe and Akumal, Mexico. • Paul Hudnut received a special appointment to the College of Business at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. He splits his time between teaching undergraduate entrepreneurship courses and helping commercialize university-based technologies. Annie Hall Hudnut stays busy tap dancing, playing the piano, and launching a new business as a professional organizer. Their oldest child, Peter ’05, will be a senior at CC this fall. • Joan Ludeke has retired to Albuquerque, N.M., where she was elected to the board of directors of the Hispanic Women’s Council, the first non-Hispanic so honored. She is also a member of the Humanist Society of New Mexico and the New Mexicans for Science and Reason. • Ann Steinhauer is a mental-health therapist for Kaiser Behavioral Health Services in Wailuku, Hawaii.

’81
Citigroup has appointed Peter Eliot country head for Indonesia, based in Jakarta, where he lives with his wife, Heidi, and their ten-year-old twins, Tom and Katie. • Bryan Gianesin and Kathleen Roth were married May 1, in Dana Point, Calif. • Ann Siner lives in Paradise Valley, Ariz., where she owns My Sister’s Closet, a chain of consignment shops in the Phoenix area.

<strong>Vic Koby ’82</strong> and <strong>Mark Reedy ’82</strong> recently returned to Maui’s North Shore, where they enjoyed a spring break trip in 1982, to work out with local surfers and soak up the sun. “Invariably we reminisce about our college days and how lucky we were to go to CC — where we had the times of our lives and met the girls of our dreams,” says Vic.
Vic Koby ’82 and Mark Reedy ’82 recently returned to Maui’s North Shore, where they enjoyed a spring break trip in 1982, to work out with local surfers and soak up the sun. “Invariably we reminisce about our college days and how lucky we were to go to CC — where we had the times of our lives and met the girls of our dreams,” says Vic.
’82
Kay Conger
lives in Denver. She took part in a Valentine’s Day trunk show and open house to raise money for battered women with a show and sale of her jewelry. • Rand Kannenberg is executive director of Criminal Justice Addiction Services in Lakewood, Colo. He is the author of “Sociotherapy for Sociopaths” (2003) and “Case Management Handbook for Clinicians” (2004). • Vic and Mary Snyder ’85 Koby live in Carlsbad, Calif., with their two sons. Vic is a senior vice president of a national investment bank. • Mary Lou Erb Layton and family are loving their life in Alpine, Utah. They enjoy skiing, camping, riding mules, hiking, and running. • Wesley Niewoehner is a professor of anthropology at California State in San Bernardino. He reconstructs ancient hand bones of Neanderthal man, and his computer-model research was published last year in the journal, Nature. • Mark and Lynn Peterson Reedy live in Wilmette, Ill. with their seven children. Mark is the founder/C.E.O. of a global HVAC contractor.

’83
Erich Anderson-Krengel
was ordained as a priest at St. John’s Church in West Hartford, Conn., in 2002. Erich is the third deaf priest ever to be ordained as an Episcopal priest in Connecticut. With his ordination, Erich became assistant pastor of St. Paul’s Mission to the Deaf as well as the Ascension Mission to the Deaf at St. Luke’s Church in Darien. • Cooke Fisher invented the Yogasizr Power Pyramid, a whole-body stretching apparatus providing four-dimensional yoga. • Stacy Henry is divorced and living in Louisville, Ky. • Chris and Debbie Dawson Jones have opened a new jewelry, arts, and appraisals shop, The Great Southwest, near Giuseppe’s Restaurant in Colorado Springs. • Paul Osmundson is director of real estate at the Presidio Trust in San Francisco. The Presidio is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and is a national historic landmark with over 400 historic buildings. • Vivian Ota Wang lives in Nashville, Tenn., where she is a program director for the ethical, legal, and social implications program at the National Institutes of Health’s National Human Genome Research Institute.

’84
20th Reunion – Oct. 8-10, 2004!
Jennifer Cook
is the director of the Foothills Art Center in Golden, Colo. • Jocelyn Bailey Esch lives in Richmond, Ind., with her husband, Brian, and their son, Jakob. • Jane Fromme portrayed Blanche DuBois in the Theatreworks’ production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” in Colorado Springs, in April. • Paul LaStayo is an associate professor at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

’85
Ted Gates
is an economics instructor at Southern Utah University in Cedar City. • Rina Plattner is an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington. • Sandy Urioste Tsao is clinical director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She lives in Newton with her husband of five years, Hensin, and their sons, Sebastian and Hunter.

In March, <strong>Stephanie Strum Donaldson ’87</strong> hosted her book club, the Summerwood Book Club, at her home in Columbus, Ohio. Guest author, <strong>Ann Deines Honious ’87</strong> (right) was invited to speak about, and sign, her book, “What Dreams We Have,” about the Wright Brothers, which was given rave reviews from the book club. Stephanie was nine months pregnant at the event.
In March, Stephanie Strum Donaldson ’87 hosted her book club, the Summerwood Book Club, at her home in Columbus, Ohio. Guest author, Ann Deines Honious ’87 (right) was invited to speak about, and sign, her book, “What Dreams We Have,” about the Wright Brothers, which was given rave reviews from the book club. Stephanie was nine months pregnant at the event.
’86
Betsy Vosburgh Bartlett
and her husband, Ben, live in Newport, R.I., with their daughter, Emma, and Betsy’s stepdaughters, Ana and Phoebe. • Rick Chase is director of Borderlinks, a not-for-profit organization that conducts travel seminars focusing on the issues of Mexican border communities. • After living in Holland for a year, Mary Clarke Dixon is back in Seattle, Wash., where she lives with her husband, Joseph, and their son, Leo. • Ken Filbey has been living in Germany for the past 16 years. • Katitza Nadramia lives in Weston, Fla., where she is manager of financial planning and analysis for Motorola, Inc. • Michelle Sullivan-Kuehl is president of the Ucross Foundation in Clearmont, Wyo. • Russell Wirth is vice president of sales for Coremetrics in Burlingame, Calif.

’87
E.J. Bernacki
and Ryan Foley were married Feb. 15, in San Francisco. Alumnus Tim Wirth ’89 attended. • Deanna Martin Dern lives in Fort Collins, Colo., where she works out of her home as the strategy director for Eagle Marketing Services. She sees Troy ’85 and Nancy Anderson ’86 Tafoya at their kids’ basketball games and C.S.U. basketball games. • Daryl Jefferies is an assistant professor of religion at Central Methodist College in Fayette, Mo. • Bret McClanahan exchanged salutations in Spanish and shook hands with President George W. Bush at an invitation-only event in Albuquerque, N.M., in March. • Linnea Aukee Nurmi lives in Lake Orion, Mich., with her husband, Kevin, and their sons, Esa and Timo. • Megan Gray Paterson-Brown and her husband, Willy, are loving life abroad and are putting down roots after buying a home on the shores of Lake Geneva, Switzerland.
Last summer, class of ’87 friends gathered on Decatur Island, Wash., to catch up on each others lives. From left, <strong>Robin Miyahara, Linnea Aukee Nurmi, Ann McLuckie,</strong> and <strong>Diane James Weber</strong>.
Last summer, class of ’87 friends gathered on Decatur Island, Wash., to catch up on each others lives. From left, Robin Miyahara, Linnea Aukee Nurmi, Ann McLuckie, and Diane James Weber.
They had a visit from Gautam Gujral and family last fall, and heard from Pat Gorman, who is raising funds for the Irish democrats in Washington, D.C. She also spoke with Caroline Harvey Brennan who enjoys her life and work in Madison, Wis. Megan also wants to wish the best of luck to Andrew Subin, who is putting together a documentary on the real African Queen ferry on Lake Taganyika. Lastly, she offers her heartfelt support to Dave Lazerwitz ’88 and his wife who are raising funds and consciousness about Angelman Syndrome on behalf of their son. • Gayla Sullivan lives in Delmar, Md., where she teaches first grade at Frederick Douglass Elementary School. She was honored in December by her school district for attaining National Board Certification. • Brian and Jay Ferguson Wenzel live in Bartlesville, Okla., with their children, Sami and Zach. Brian still works for ConocoPhillips, and Jay is busy with various committees and responsibilities within their kids’ school district.

’88
Steve Franklin
is manager of organizational change and training for Great-West Life and Annuity Insurance Company in Denver. He lives in Centennial, Colo., with his wife, Leslie, and their children, Daniel and Jenna. • James Quirk is a doctor with the Deaconess Billing Clinic in Red Lodge, Mont. He has two children, McKenna and Colton.

Horst Richardson, men’s soccer coach and German professor at CC, met up with former CC soccer players at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention in Charlotte, N.C., in January. From left, <strong>Arron Lujan ’95</strong>, former All-American, who is now an assistant coach at Virginia Wesleyan College, <strong>Chip Sagal ’89</strong>, a sports psychologist living in San Diego, <strong>Karen Willoughby ’89</strong>, former All-American, who works for Nike in Beaverton, Ore., and Horst.
Horst Richardson, men’s soccer coach and German professor at CC, met up with former CC soccer players at the National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention in Charlotte, N.C., in January. From left, Arron Lujan ’95, former All-American, who is now an assistant coach at Virginia Wesleyan College, Chip Sagal ’89, a sports psychologist living in San Diego, Karen Willoughby ’89, former All-American, who works for Nike in Beaverton, Ore., and Horst.
’89
Heather Carroll
is the executive director of the Joseph Henry Edmundson Foundation in Colorado Springs. • Michael Church is a Ph.D. candidate in archaeology at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. • Gheda Gayou is a preservation specialist with the State Historical Fund in Denver. • Dana Nogg Kiper is the manager of business affairs for the Osbourne family (yes, those Osbournes!) and their entities in the U.S. She lives in Pacific Palisades, Calif. • Suzanne Leahy is a senior researcher and vice president with OMNI Research and Training, Inc., in Denver. • Chip and Courtney Cutter Sagal live in San Diego, Calif., with their son, Simon. Chip is the managing partner of Winning Mind, L.L.C., and Courtney is a deputy public defender. • Tim Swope and Patti Baker were married Feb. 14, in Boulder, Colo. Alumni in attendance were Christopher Barnes, Bill and Alice Fiori ’90 Campbell, Erik Danesh, Jud and Lael Ford-Hinds, Mary Bevington ’90, Melissa Etheridge ’90, Ian ’91 and Jennifer Merritt ’91 Swope, and Arden Trewartha ’91. Tim and Patti live in Boulder, where Tim is a city planner with SEH, Inc. • Gail Thoms and Brian Kozeliski were married Nov. 22, in Portland, Ore. They live in Rochester, Mich., where Gail is a sales director for TRW Automotive.