Class NotesEditor: Susan Hyland Brickell '87
Colorado College Alumni Office
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'28 Preston Albright recently celebrated his 89th birthday. He cooks his own meals at his 100-year-old home on one-half acre in Dufur, Ore. He would love to hear from fellow alumni. * Mary Clark Edmiston enjoys excellent health and would love to hear from friends.
'29 Helen Lindahl Michelson was honored on her 89th birthday in March by the Colorado Legislature for being "a political activist, community leader and renowned educator who has influenced the lives of many students, including Colorado Springs Mayor Bob Isaac and State Sen. Ray Powers."
'33 Lewis January is professor emeritus of medicine at the University of Iowa College of Medicine in Iowa City. * Lyle Jones resides in Anchorage, where he retired in 1973 as the chief director of engineering for Alaska Bureau of Land Management. He remains active in land survey organizations. At the 1996 Alaska Surveying and Mapping Convention in February, he was inducted into the "Hall of Fame" of the Alaska chapters of the American Congress of Surveying and Mapping and the American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. * Ken Peterson lives in an assisted living home in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.
'35 Wilbur Larson is retired and lives in Grand Junction, Colo.
'37 Leonard von Bibra Sutton received a first-time award from the Inter American Bar Association at its 32nd International Conference in Quito, Ecuador, for 40 years of work on court reform and in providing justice for indigents and their attorneys.
'39 Charles Boyce completed a second term on the Las Cruces Symphony Board of Directors at New Mexico State University.
'44 Thomas Fox is a financial consultant with Triple Check Tax & Financial Service in Peoria, Ariz. He enjoyed visiting with President Kathryn Mohrman during her visit to Arizona in February, and wanted to send a special thanks to Ed Robson '54 and family for hosting the get-together at their home.
'47 Eric Bransby was awarded an honorary doctorate of fine arts at the December commencement exercises at Park College in Kansas City, Mo. * John Zorack successfully lobbied to have the downtown Colorado Springs post office's name changed to the Winfield Scott Stratton Post Office. The Myron Stratton Home, a Stratton legacy, was John Zorack's home for eight years when he was a child. The home aids the elderly and orphaned or abandoned children from poor families.
'48 Betty Sue Kurie Uptegrove has two daughters and two grandchildren. She would love to hear from friends at 8919 Park Road, DC41, Charlotte, N.C. 28210.
'49 Dale and Barbara Reynolds '48 Romsdal are retired and living in Kapaa, Hawaii.
'50-'53 45th Reunion: Oct. 18-20
'50 Francis Balensiefer is retired and lives in Alta Loma, Calif.
'51 Jane Stevenson Day has retired as chief curator for the Denver Museum of Natural History, but will continue part time as Latin American curator, museum consultant and teacher of pre-Columbian archaeology. * Following 40 years of active ministry in rural areas and on Indian reservations as an Episcopal priest, George Smith retired after touring Israel and Great Britain.
'52 Helen Kuh Changras, happily resettled in the Bay Area, is basically retired but has a notary service. * Joan Tutin Weiss and her husband enjoyed their third trip to Sydney, Australia, where they visited their son's family and attended their grandson's bar mitzvah.
'54 Kathleen Smith Scott represented Colorado College at Mt. Holyoke's presidential inauguration in May. She recently gave a public lecture in paleography at Kings College in London and has a book due out this summer.
'55 Suzie Beer O'Neill organized a dessert and conversation with President Mohrman for Phoenix area alumni and parents at Ed Robson's '54 home this past February.
'57 Meredith McCombs Dalebout was a school library/media specialist for School District 11 in Colorado Springs for one school year. * Michael Bradford retired in 1989 from Lockheed Software Technology Center and lives with his wife of 35 years in Austin, Texas.
'58 After six years of producing a monthly community newsletter, Molly Bradshaw Adams has retired and now devotes her energy to collecting local history and supporting historic preservation. * Coralie Allen owns Editorial Eyes, an editing and proofreading home-based business. She is actively involved on the vestry and in the choir at her church. * Gale Koschmann Belinky is a nurse-technician at Compassion Veterinary in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. She spends her free time in the Adirondacks hiking, camping and canoeing. She recently attended an Amazon Rainforest workshop in Iquitos, Peru. * Barbara Drevdahl Benson teaches kindergarten at Conejo Valley Unified School District in Thousand Oaks, Calif. * Nancy Brownell is a designer with Thurston Kitchen & Bath in Denver. * Donald Clay is retired after 33 years of college and university teaching and administration. He is currently traveling, visiting family and friends, and consulting as a senior geologist with Western American Mineral & Chemical Consultants. * Don Wishart received the 1995 Engineering Achievement Award from The Association of Professional Engineers of Saskatchewan. Don is a senior principal in the consulting firm Donovan Engineering Ltd. in Regina, Saskatchewan.
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'59 Robert Tanner is retired and living in Edgewood, N.M.
'60-'62 35th Reunion: Oct. 18-20
'60 Andy McClintock, with the help of Bob '61 and Diane Elliott McConnell '62, hosted a pre-game brunch before the NCAA Hockey Championship Game in Cincinnati for alumni, parents and fans of Tiger Hockey. * Janice Jilka McElroy is publisher and editor of "WOMANSWORD", a national monthly newsletter for activists that provides current news and legislative alerts on issues impacting on women. It also tracks and provides updates on the implementation of the U.S. commitments made to the Platform for Action adopted at the Beijing Fourth World Conference on Women. * Terrence Witt is principal of Witt Strategies in Tokyo, Japan, where he is currently elaborating a new concept on the physiopathology of AIDS.
'61 James Grace is a representative with Quaker United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland. * Dick Stephen-Hassard is managing director of Q.D.S-H Consulting in Dillon, Mont. * Mary Elizabeth Bradley was granted a sabbatical from the College of the Ozarks to teach piano at the Xian Conservatory of Music, Shaanxi Province, People's Republic of China, during the fall semester, 1995. She and her husband, Leon, each gave solo recitals and prepared their students for performances. Mary Elizabeth taught 13 of the most advanced students and lectured on the history of the piano and piano pedagogy.
'62 Yves Geneste is retired and living in Newport News, Va. * Robert Price and Rube Melle Garibay were married July 30, 1995. He is an assistant building engineer in San Francisco.
'63 Gordon Allott reports that he continues to practice law, the kids are gone, there's one dog left, "still not free." * William Alt lives in Pueblo, Colo. "I inherited a farm. That should be self-explanatory!" * Betty Harrison Andrews is a housewife in Colorado Springs. She enjoys showing Golden Retrievers, decorative painting and floral design. * Alice Brooks Barnes is owner of Barnes and Barnes, a bookkeeping service. She says she is too busy with business to have any interesting outside interests. One son graduated and is now working for Kemper. "Our two 13-year-old dogs died and now we are looking for fresh dogs. That's the total story." * Bill Bentley is president of Bentley's Produce, Inc. in Claremont, Calif. He is an avid bicycle rider who can lead a demanding tour. * Art Berglund resides in Colorado Springs, where he is USA Hockey's director of national teams and international programs. * Juliana Bohlke Berry works part-time at the Renew Christian Resource Center in Hastings, Neb., and makes miniature quilts in her spare time. * Betty Rouse Cahill is retired and living with her husband in Durango, Colo. They sold their California business in 1992. * Charles Campbell has been an architect in private practice for 20 years, designing medical and recreational/institutional facilities and doing custom residential work. He is married to Deborah Adams-Campbell '74, president of the El Paso County Bar Association. One daughter, Heather, is in graduate school in Seattle and another daughter, Colie, lives in Bozeman, Mont. Charles says they have plenty of room for visitors. They live in Colorado Springs and can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. * Brad Chase is senior vice president and director of trading at D.E. Frey and Co. Inc. He lives in Littleton, Colo. * Lynne Vincent Cheney lives in Dallas and commutes regularly to Washington, D.C., to co-host CNN's "Crossfire" on Sundays. She also works as senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. She serves on a number of corporate and philanthropic boards, including the Reader's Digest Association, Lockheed-Martin and the Grand Teton Music Festival. In 1995, Simon & Shuster published "Telling the Truth," her book on the culture wars. This year, they will also reissue an updated version of "Kings of the Hill," a book Lynne co-wrote with her husband, Dick, about Congress. Dick is now chairman and CEO of Halliburton Company. They try to get to Jackson Hole, Wyo., whenever they can. Their most important news: "We have a granddaughter, Kate Perry, now 2 years old."
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'64 Sarah Clifford Sheehan organized the 14th annual "Books on the Beach" with History Professor Tim Cheek. "Books on the Beach" is an event for San Francisco Bay Area alumni and parents held each spring at the beach house of Bob '61 and Joyce Archer '62 Selig. * William Ward was named to the board of trustees of El Pomar Foundation in Colorado Springs. He is senior vice president of NW Transport Service in Denver and a trustee of Colorado College.
'66 Robert Archer lives in Portland, Ore., with his wife, Linda, and their two sons. He is a journeyman union carpenter, a self-employed contractor/carpenter and a real estate investor. * Kate Bevlin Cruikshank is assistant professor in the department of curriculum and instruction at Indiana University in Bloomington. * Teri Lumley Huff is vice president of production, distribution and revenue at Junior Achievement, Inc., in Colorado Springs. * Richard Johnson is director of enterprise development for Europe and N.I.S., U.S. Agency For International Development in Washington, D.C.
'67 Neil Hamilton is the author of "Zealotry and Academic Freedom, A Legal and Historical Perspective." He is a professor of law at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minn.
'68 Steve Andrews is sole proprietor of Solar Spectra in Denver. * Eve Tilley Chavez was pictured in costume on the cover of the Gazette Telegraph's Arts & Entertainment Guide on March 22, which was showcasing Colorado Springs' local theatre scene. * Dixie McGuire is retired and living in Colorado Springs. * Don Salisbury, owner of Knights Creek Nursery in Weston Township, Wis., made the Dunn County News after donating 1,200 shrubs to the Menomonie School District for placement at the district's schools.
'69 Stoddard Crane has accepted a position as vice president of business growth for Darden Restaurants (Red Lobster and Olive Garden), headquartered in Orlando, Fla. * Sarah Daniel is the author of a sonnet, "After the War," which was published in the January 1996 issue of Auberon Wauph's Literary Review. * Mike Egger is a candidate for U.S. Congress in Texas. * Patricia Ferullo Halperin and three colleagues have opened RiverWay Center for Psychotherapy, Education and Expressive Arts in Augusta, Maine. * Robert Kidd is a consultant in Hillsborough, Ore. * Jane Lubchenco, a professor in the department of zoology at Oregon State University, along with her husband, also on faculty at OSU, were appointed as Wayne and Gladys Valley Professors of Marine Biology. This appointment extends the scope of their work while offering financial assistance and enhanced research opportunities to their graduate and undergraduate students. * Catherine Meier Taylor is office manager at Minkemann & Associates, C.P.A., in Anchorage, Alaska.
'70 Kathy Adelsheim co-owns Airport Road Videos in Santa Fe, N.M. * John Campbell, in anticipation of the CC Tigers making it to the NCAA Final 4 in Cincinnati, helped fellow alumni with the initial plans for events before going to Australia on business. He made it back to Cincinnati only days before the tournament started. * Kathleen Johnson Pigott is manufacturing and engineering manager at Kraft Foods in Woburn, Mass.
'71 25th Reunion: Oct. 18-20 * Susan Bagley is associate professor in the department of biological sciences at Michigan Technological University in Houghton. * James Berry is chief operating officer at Holland Systems Corporation in Lansing, Mich. * Kerry Smothers Freeman is taking courses at Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif. * Roger Hein is vice president and public finance banker at Kirkpatrick Pettis in Denver. * Gail Turner, a cardiologist at the Golden Rainbow Valley HeartCare and Healing Center in Payson, Ariz., was given master faculty status in the American Medical Women's Association Project on Coronary Disease. * Marcie Wexler lives in Toronto, where she is the Eastern Canadian district coordinator for Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches, a position that, she explains, is comparable to a bishop in other denominations.
'72 Craig Honeyman is vice president of operations and administration for the 1998 NIKE World Masters Games in Portland, Ore. He is married and has two children. * Brier Rentsch Miller Minor is self-employed as a family therapy teacher/consultant in Minneapolis. She is married with three children and one grandchild. * Sylvia Sample-Moore is vice president for technology at Dayton Technology, a division of Alcoa in Monroe, Ohio. * Iain Sherwood owns Cuillinn Craft Ltd. in Oakland, Calif.
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'73 Patricia Flaster is CEO of Botanical Liaisons in Boulder, Colo. * Lissa Halper and David Prill were married July 27, 1995. Lissa is a sales manager at Llewellyn Publications in St. Paul. * Don Hinman is assistant professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin in Superior and extension specialist in community economic development in the Wisconsin Extension Service. He enjoyed watching the CC hockey team "demolish" University of Minnesota-Duluth in January. * Scott McDaniel is a senior geologist with Tank Management Services, Inc., in Topeka, Kan. * William Milliken established Milliken Realty Company, a full-service commercial brokerage firm in Ann Arbor, Mich. * Ron Rubin is vice president of investments at Norwest Investment Services, Inc. in Colorado Springs. * David Tyner was named director of human resources operations for U S West Communications in Denver.
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'74 Tom Dumler is assistant professor in the department of radiology at Baylor College of Medicine, as well as chief of radiology and medical director of the department of radiology at the Polly Ryon Memorial Hospital in Houston. * Gilbert Jones is president of Southwest Records in Colorado Springs. Class Secretary:
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'76 20th Reunion: Oct. 18-20 * Mette Brogden is working on her Ph.D. in cultural anthropology at the University of Arizona. She is an EAP Counselor at Jorgensen Healthcare Associates in Tucson. * Nancy Gerrie is a partner in the law firm of McDermott, Will & Emery in their Chicago office. * Thomas Kaplan is director of community relations and marketing for Columbia/HCA Healthcare at Chicago Lakeshore Hospital. * Clark Lehman is general partner at Logos Partners in San Francisco. He and his wife, Deirdre, have two daughters. * Constance O'Connell and Thomas Curtin were married Jan. 20 in New York. Alumni in attendance were Leslie Call and Susan Mott MacLeod. They spent their three-week honeymoon exploring the beauty and wineries of New Zealand and Australia. Constance is vice president of marketing product development at BJ Schroeder Bank & Trust Co. in New York.
'77 Marion Searle is director of Kinship Corporation in Northbrook, Ill. * Sue Stacey joined the Minnesota Department of Corrections as restorative justice associate planner which, she explains, is an outgrowth of her victim/offender mediation, writing and training work related to restorative justice. * Kat Johnston Walter was pictured in costume on the cover of the Gazette Telegraph's Arts & Entertainment Guide on March 22, which was showcasing Colorado Springs' local theatre scene.
'78 Catherine Craig Murphy is director of sales and promotions at Cuchara Ski Valley in Cuchara, Colo. * George Nickerson teaches at the Land of Lakes Senior Public School in Huntsville, Ontario. * Steve Olshansky is nearing the completion of his master's degree in telecommunications at the University of Colorado in Boulder. He is the webmaster for the official state of Colorado website, and is training and consulting in the fields of data communications, networking and the Internet. * James Regan and Nita Howard '83 were married Aug. 12 in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Eric Berkman, Ken Jacobs, Harold Thurman, Kim King Perutz '80, Rob Osgard and Pamela Beck Pluss '85. The two met at Homecoming '93 and Nita now strongly suggests people attend their reunions "not only to see old friends but you just may run into the love of your life by the football field!" * Carolyn Silver is an organizational development consultant with Silver Lining in Boulder, Colo. * Jonathan Starr and Nancy Barber were married Aug. 19 in Golden, Colo. Alumni in attendance were Randy Case '59, Mike Hubbard '76, Ted Berridge, Hill Blalock, Tom Bloom, Linda Johnson Boyles, Bill Bradley, Jon Lavoie, Terry Leyden, Ray Leenhouts, Charlie Loomis, Jeff and Sharon Gates '79 Moulton, Tony and Cass Heck '79 Palazzari, Ed Starz, Scott Van, Rick Weisman, Phil West, Steve Brown '79, Mark '79 and Betty Anderson '77 Ehrhart, Ed Goldstein '79, Bill Guild '79, Bill Starr '79, Terry Swenson '79, Tim Zarlengo '79, Craig Fujii '80, Jerry McHugh '80, Dirk '80 and Nancy Noah Tyler '79, and Greg '80 and Chris Pottle '81 Moffet. Jon is with Community Financial Services, Inc., in Denver.
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Raleigh, NC 27615
'79 Annie Chappell lives in Leeds, Mass., where she is finishing a master's degree in environmental studies and doing freelance natural science illustration. * Curtis Christofferson is president of Christofferson Commercial Builders, Inc., in Colorado Springs, where he lives with his wife, Connie, and their two children. * Diana DeGette is running for the 1st U.S. Congressional District seat in Colorado with children and family as the cornerstone of her campaign. * Gordon Johnson and Janet Russell were married Jan. 14 in Washington, D.C., right after the "Blizzard of '96". Gordon said it "made D.C. seem almost like C.C." Gordon is a facilities assistant for WETA in Arlington, Va. * Lori Kennedy owns High Peaks Gallery in Breckenridge, Colo. * Nancy Melzer and Phil Lemaster were married Oct. 20 in Ann Arbor, Mich, where Nancy is a financial analyst at Ford Motor Co.
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'80 Nancy Bristow was granted tenure at the University of Puget Sound, where she is an assistant professor of history. * Brian Feeney is a graduate student in the department of mass media and communication at Temple University in Philadelphia. * Katheryn Myrick Schneider lives in Rice Lake, Wis., and teaches Introduction to Computers and Word Processing part-time at the Barren Center at the University of Wisconsin. * Scott Schoelzel is executive vice president and portfolio manager of Janus Olympus Fund at Janus Funds in Denver. * Orville Seschillie is a physician assistant at the V.A. Hospital in Seattle, Wash. * Janet Smith and Tim Bair were married Nov. 22 in Los Altos, Calif. Janet is director of product quality at MDL Information Systems, Inc. in San Leandro, Calif. * John Thwaits is the Colorado projects director for The Trust for Public Land in Denver.
'81 Bruce Atkinson is an account executive in glass sales at Consolidated Glass Co., Inc., in New Castle, Pa. He comments, "Please call or write! Everyone & anyone!" * Kim Miklofsky Bayne, president of WolfBayne Communications, spoke at UCLA in January on "Marketing on the Internet and Online Services." Kim can be reached via E-mail at kimmik@wolfBayne.com. * Jennifer Zimdahl Galt is a foreign service officer with the U.S. Information Agency based in Taipei. * Catherine Wolfe Hansen and Barry Stamp were married Oct. 7 in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Priscilla Weed Allen, Kim Hanson, Chris Pottle Moffet, Kristen Fowler Tourangeau and Kathy Volz. * Roddy and Rowena Reyes Magallanes live in Santa Clara, Calif. with their two children. Rowena is a software engineer at Tandem Computers and Roddy is an electrical engineer at 3Com Corporation. * Deb Scott works for the Australian Geological Survey Organization as a senior research scientist with the North Australian Basins Resource Evaluation Project. The research allows her three months per year in the field in the Northern Territories and Western Queensland where she is still looking for her very own Crocodile Dundee! * Tina Scott and Michael Perkocha were married in September of 1994. Alumni in attendance were Nancy Hezlep Belinsky, Jenny Peterson Hill, Ren Moore, Kathy Balderston Rogers and Nancy Longton '82. Tina is an associate at Edaw, Inc., in Oakland, Calif. * Jennifer Shaddock is an associate professor in the English department at the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. * Curtis Simpson and Lucy Gibson were married Dec. 30 in Tucson, Ariz. In attendance was Brian O'Connor '82. Curtis is in his third year at a middle school, where he teaches computers and coaches basketball. He reports his teams were about as good as a CC team known as Gangja's Monsters "if you know what I mean." He hikes and mountain bikes in his spare time, and would love to hear from fellow classmates. * For the past three years Debora White Szymkowiak has been working as an actor/singer/dancer in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area. * Jennifer Wood is a doctor at Kaiser Permanente in Lakewood, Colo.
'82 Lorenzo Cusani-Visconti is a traffic network manager at Allergan Inc. in Waco, Texas. * Antonette DeLauro and Jeff Smith were married Sept. 23 in Denver. * Scott Hampson and Julie Jackson were married July 2, 1995, in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Alumni in attendance were David Schaeffer '81, Peter Carlson, David and Stacey Moreno Hicks, Bruce Sarbaugh, John and Camille Bzdek '84 Winsor and Greg '83 and Kathryn Parr '84 Hampson. * Jim Johnson is executive vice president of Johnson Storage & Moving Co. in Denver. * Rich McClintock lives in Denver, where he is executive director of COPIRG. He is also serving with fellow alumnus, Bill Hybl '64, on Colorado Gov. Roy Romer's blue ribbon panel on transportation. * '82 Mary Meyer, MAT, is a sales associate at Mason & Morse Real Estate in Aspen, Colo. * Spencer Nassar is self-employed as a software developer/consultant in Redwood City, Calif. * Vern Twombly is a research fellow at Harvard Medical School. * Risa Wolf-Smith lives in Denver, where she is a partner with the Holland & Hart law firm, practicing in the area of general business, bankruptcy and tax law.
'83 Laura Baird-Laylin is assistant vice president at New York Life Insurance Company in New York. * Jennifer Lidke Barber is a library assistant at the Library Processing Center in Ft. Myers, Fla. * Bettina Gelbjerg-Hansen and Mark Michaels were married Aug. 26, 1995. They live in Prague where Bettina studies photography. Over Christmas they met up with Ted Sulger '84 and his wife, Leslie, in Chicago, where Bettina and Mark plan to return to live next year. They welcome visitors to Prague, saying it's worth "CZECH-ing out!" * Todd and Laura Harvey Olds live in Annapolis, Md., where Todd has a home renovation business. * Karl Rysted and his wife, Sharon, live in Moore, Okla., with their two children, Kirsten and Kevin. Karl is running for state senator in suburban Oklahoma City. * Beth Shubart-Goldstein is an associate attorney with Nichols & Hecht, LLC, in Denver.
'84 Doug Bagge works at Crossroads Orthopedics in Cortez, Colo. * Sherrie Del Monte is an analytical chemist at Syntex Chemicals, Inc., in Boulder, Colo. * John DeLong and Sue Dubois were married July 29, 1995, in Lyme, N.H. Alumni in attendance were Peter Butler '83, Ed Calvin, Russ Johnson, and Rolfe Spiegel '87. John is a senior financial planner with Exxon Energy Ltd. * Scott Eaton and Pamela Fenton were married Sept. 16 in Santa Fe, N.M. Alumni in attendance were Kelly Powers, Steve Faciszewski '85, Carie Freimuth '85, Jeff Faunce '85 and Amy McClellan '86, Dave '85 and Katie Hite '85 Wilkins, and Troy '85 and Nancy Anderson '86 Tafoya. * Doug Ebner has completed a three-year assignment in Polznan, Poland, with the U.S. Information Agency. He has returned to Washington, D.C., for a two-year assignment as Country Affairs Officer for Russia at U.S.I.A. * Susan Kotval Figgs and her husband, Jeffrey, have started a Calvary Chapel in Greeley, Colo. * Carol Horton and Gary Herrigel were married June 11, 1994. Carol is an assistant professor in the political science department at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. * Lisa Bryce Lewis and husband David live in Bellingham, Wash., where Lisa is regional director for the Global Rivers Environmental Education Network. In August, they combined work and play for a month-long trip to Australia. * Suzanne McKinney and Timothy Mueller were married in September 1995. Suzanne is a medical professional with Branwen Care in Springfield, Ore. She plans to publish her first novel, "Singing River," in 1997. * Katy Polite is photo manager at Chris Ranier Photography in Aspen, Colo. * Sarah Wells is a social worker for the school district in Douglas County, Colo.
'85 Julie Tramutola Barbadillo was promoted to associate professor at DeVry Institute of Technology in Phoenix. * Holly Ornstein Carter arranged for New York City area alumni and parents to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the New York Times. * Linda Francis is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. * Christy Onelsager and David Voegtle were married Nov. 4 at Shove Chapel. They live in Englewood, Colo., where Christy takes language classes and works retail. They are always happy to hear from old friends. * Robyn Waltz VerHoeven is a pediatric physical therapist at Novacare Pediatric Therapy in Colorado Springs. She and her husband, Rick, have two daughters. * Mary Warner is returning to graduate school at University College in Dublin, Ireland, for an M.B.A. in tourism.
'86 10th Reunion: Oct. 18-20 * Lauren Brown, with the help of Pete '84 and Chris McCluskey Jensen '84, organized a wine tasting event with Emeritus Professor Neale Reinitz, English, for Boulder alumni and parents. * Shep Davis, the ultimate Tiger Hockey Fan, organized events in connection with CC's victories against Wisconsin in December (which both CC Coach Don Lucia and Wisconsin Coach Jeff Sauer '65 attended) and also for the WCHA Final 5 in March. * This spring, alumni in Hawaii met with Philosophy Professor Jane Cauvel, thanks to Suzanne Finney. * Straud Fredregill is a first-year M.B.A. student at the University of Colorado in Boulder. * Emily Goodman is a registered nurse at New York University Medical Center. * Dave Hardie lives in Vancouver, B.C., and welcomes calls from old friends and teammates at (604) 737-7820. * Mollie Holtzman and her husband, David, live in Biloxi, Miss., where Mollie has a practice in physical medicine and rehabilitation. * Thea Keamy lives in Lublin, Poland, where she works for a food wholesaling company. Her new friends have taught her to drink vodka shots and they, in turn, are learning to like buffalo wings, Thea's "contribution to world peace and the economic development of the former communist block countries." * Christopher King and wife, Kappie, live in Kamiseya, Japan, with their two children, Parker and Sara. Christopher flies the S3-B Viking jet attached to SEACONRON VS-21 onboard the aircraft carrier, U.S.S. Independence. * Jonathan Lasley is practicing with the law firm of Stewart, Plant & Blumenthal in Baltimore, Md. * Leslie Welch Lee is an elementary educator at Manzanita School in Tucson. * Rob Mackinlay owns Robert Mackinlay Photography in San Francisco. He lives in Walnut Creek, Calif., with his wife, Mimi, and their two children. * Janet Martinson is a systems developer for the Weekly Construction Reporter in Bellingham, Wash. * Ginger Morgan served as acting chaplain at Colorado College for the spring semester. * Scott Powell lives in Medford, Mass., with wife, Cornelia, and attends The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts/Harvard University. * Alicia Arriaga Solorio and her husband, Mike, live in Tucson with their two children, Mike and Katherine. Alicia is an accounting technician for DFAS on David-Monthan Air Force Base. * Paul Valley teaches biology at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. * Jeff Wolf, after prosecuting criminal cases on behalf of the state of Washington for four years, has joined the firm of Steele & Sales in Seattle. In his spare time, he attends classes at the University of Washington in taxation and trains for a triathalon in which he hopes to compete.
'87 Paul Avant and Kirsten Dreher were married Sept. 2, 1995 in Denver. Paul works for Wright Water Engineers in Durango, Colo. * Rick and Jeannie Smith '88 Boh live in Lethbridge, Alberta with their two sons, Mitchell and Mason. They are both self-employed. * William Dohe is a project architect at RKR Hess Associates in East Stroudsburg, Penn. * Victor Greto, a researcher at the Gazette Telegraph, also teaches history at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak Community College. * Christene Hixson and Duane Taylor were married Feb. 24 in Marysville, Wash. Christene is a library secretary at Shoreline Community College in Seattle. * Matt Kite, along with fellow Cincinnati alumni, planned events for Tiger Hockey fans who made their way to the NCAA Final 4 in March. * Steve McDougal is a management consultant with Venturecraft in Evanston, Ill. * Jennifer Mindel, with Amy Malone Kenrich's help, arranged for Chicago area alumni and parents to enjoy a wine tasting at the House of Glunz in Chicago. Jennifer teamed up with Allison Anderson Baker '88 to put together an impromptu alumni gathering to watch CC take on Michigan for the NCAA Championship. * Ana Pazirandeh and Russell Kemp were married July 1, 1995, in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Bill Kemp '57, father of the groom, Jessie Brown, Dave Klein, Steve Sundstrom, and Martha March-Ossentjuk '88. Ana is a property manager with Ariana Properties in Denver. * Kyle Reichert teaches high school English for Summit County School District in Frisco, Colo. * Ellen Stein and Mike Travers have planned events ( a trip to the New England Aquarium and a tour of the Isabella Stewart Garner Museum ( for Boston area alumni and parents. Mike is currently a visiting scientist at Harvard's Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Division of Applied Physics. * Daniel Weiskopf and Alison Sellin were married Feb. 17 in New York. On hand were Scott and Anita Walls Van Braemer and Charlie Bruce, who seized the moment and proposed to Regina Drexler the morning after the wedding.
'88 Elissa Breitbard reports, "I am living in and loving Albuquerque, teaching a range of adult basic education classes to Mexican immigrants, Cuban refugees and homeless women." * Matt Case lives in Chapel Hill, N.C., where he is development director for Southerners for Economic Justice. * Brian Charles is a corporate finance officer in the real estate capital markets group at First Chicago NBD. * Christian Clay-Mendoza is a consul with the Embassy of Mexico in Ontario, Canada. * Kristen Dillon was featured in the March 24 edition of Grand Junction, Colo.'s newspaper, The Daily Sentinel. She is the first executive director of the Mesa County Civic Forum, where she coordinates governmental affairs and small business education programs for the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce. * Mary Gessley and Bill Nixon were married Oct. 7 in Overland Park, Kan. Alumni in attendance were Elizabeth Tucker Gessley '61, Carey Ewing '87, Monica Nittler '87, Susan O'Hanlon '87, Todd and Helen Durany Breyfogle, Cathy Coppolillo, Becky Derby, and Enid Koski. Mary is a statistician at Westat, Inc., in Rockville, Md. * Jenny Holliday arranged for alumni and parents to enjoy the sounds of the Smith Sisters, a folk rock group comprised of alumna Meg Smith '81 and her sister, at Wolf Trap Barns in Virginia. * Sam Johnston ran into Steve Fry last July at the King Chef in Colorado Springs. They enjoyed a Fink and Fries with an RC Cola. Steve was on a Greatful Dead tour and Sam was in town visiting in-laws. * Munir Maghjee works as an attorney with the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund in Denver. He also taught a course in environmental law at CC during 7th block. * Since spring Helen Marine has been organizing monthly meetings for alumni in the Los Angeles area. * Scott McCarthy and his wife, Heidi, live in Dallas with their daughters, Johnna and Taryn. Scott is vice president of new business development at ABC Radio Networks. * Heather Hudnut Page is a product marketing manager with Medtronic, Inc. in Minneapolis. * Elizabeth Parkinson is an emergency room registered nurse at General Hospital in Washington, D.C.. * David Perlick reports that he "is a New York attorney, living in Boulder, Colo., working as an athletic and personal trainer, and doing business research." * Anne Petersen and Scott Mauk were married Jan. 27 in Poulsbo, Wash. Scott is the son of John Mauk '60 and Susanne Knowles '62 (Mauk) Adams. * Brenda Spoelstra Quinn is a staff editor with Serendipity House Publishing in Morrison, Colo. * Tim and Denise Heidman Sheridan live in Dallas with their son. Tim works for Quaker Oats and was promoted to the Gatorade side of the company. * Robert Vincent is vice president of software development at Willow Pond Corporation in Newton, Mass.
'89 Steven Barbee is a national account manager for AT&T in Sacramento, Calif. * Kenneth Becker is national political/grassroots project director for American Hospital Association in Washington, D.C. * Charles Billings is a senior consultant at Deloitte & Touche in Boulder, Colo., where he is implementing a statewide automated child support information system for the state of California. * Jimi Biron is a bass player with the punk-rock band, Towncraft Self-Adoration Society, in Portland, Ore. * Laura Box is coordinator for the publisher at Progressive Networks in Seattle. * Christopher Burke is a real estate sales associate with John L. Scott Real Estate as well as an attorney with Roberts, Remisan, Mackenzie, Henley & Wilson, P.C., both in Portland, Ore. * Elizabeth Chase and David Wagner were married Aug. 12, 1995 in Billings, Mont. Alumni in attendance were John Chase '86, Traci Telander '87 and John Carron, Jean Alderson '88, Emma Gardner Griffith '88, Anne Peterson '88, Anne Wagner '88, Mary Collins Clark, Alexis Donahue, Suzanne Louden, Mark Paradise, Tim Wirth, and Holly Wise. They live in Billings, where David is an attorney and Elizabeth is a Spanish teacher. * Greg Damon and Barb Bartelt were married Aug. 5, 1995. Mark attends the School of Business Administration at the University of Washington in Seattle. * Richard Garcia is program manager at Jacob Center West in Woodland Park, Colo. * Shawn and Honey Hogan Holt live in Dallas with their three children. Shawn continues to do research at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Honey, "as you can imagine," is busy at home with the boys. * Jane Jacobson and Chris Goodnight '90 were married May 27, 1995, in Golden, Colo. Alumni in attendance were Patti Vick, Keri Culver '90 and Aaron Moore '90. Jane is finishing her third year of law school at the Hamline University School of Law. Chris works in the technical department of Varitronic Systems, Inc., in Minneapolis, where they are buying a house and living with their two cats, Cleo and Gebbeth. * Dana Nogg Kiper is a business manager with Shapiro & Co. C.P.A. in Los Angeles. * Kristin Smith Landis is company manager with Nebraska Theatre Caravan in Omaha. * Marron Lee is in law school at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn., and reports that it is a "big change from working in the U.S. Senate." * Jon-Mark and Kathryn Lantz '92 Patterson live in Denver, where Kathryn is a customer service representative at Oppenheimer Shareholder Services and Jon-Mark is completing law school at Denver University. * Vic Peterson, a graduate student at Northwestern University, was on campus in April to give a lecture "Why Discourse Ethics? The Appeal of Habemas' Theory of Moral Reasoning." * Christopher Schultz is a television editor at R.F.I. in Los Angeles, doing commercials for "Entertainment Tonight," "Hard Copy" and "Sightings." * Brian Thomas is in real estate sales with Thomas Real Estate Co. in Denver. * Gail Thoms is marketing director at Delphi Automotive Systems in Dusseldorf, Germany. * Dante di Tommaso is a graduate student in public policy at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. * John Tompkins is a student at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. * Margo Weisz is an executive director at Austin Community Development Corporation in Austin, Texas.
'90 Ted Anselmi is a brigade surgeon at Conner Troop Medical Clinic in Ft. Drum, N.Y. * Pearson Grimes is an associate attorney at the law offices of Michael E. Shelton in Aransas Pass, Texas. * Scott Love and Tomoko Shimizu were married Oct. 8, 1995. Scott is managing editor at MacUser & MacWeek Online in San Francisco. * Bill Porter and Kieren Thompson were married Aug. 26, 1995 in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Stewart Bliss '62, Kari Riley '87, Winston Hait '88, Maryrose Kohan '88, Deborah Kerns Lynch '88, Kimberly Race '88, Kathy Benavides '89, Maralee McVean '89, Jim Snell '89, Laura Butterfield, Ian Calkins, Jennifer Gubser, Joe Hrbek, Dave Roark, Andrea Sunset, Brian Weslar, Tripper Bevan '91, Jim King '91, Kelly Niquette '91, Mike '91 and Tina Ellis '90 Roark, Brad Wilson '91, Doug Lansky '92, Mark Weslar '92, and John Calhoon '93. * Christopher Shay is in the sales and trading department at George K. Baum & Co. in Denver. * Giancarlo Small is a partner at the law office of E. Giancarlo in Denver. * Dave Staver and fellow alumni Craig Heacock '89, Suzanne Louden '89, and Tim Metz '89 had a mini-CC reunion in Breckenridge over New Years.
'91 5th Reunion: Oct. 18-20 * Liz Arnold and Gib Weiskopf were married Aug. 5, 1995, on the Colorado National Monument outside of Grand Junction, Colo. Alumni in attendance were Gil '53 and Barbara Trotter '54 Weiskopf, David Lewis '55, Dick '60 and Fran Trotter '61 Welch, Marla Bullock Kauerz '64, David Nock '80, Tom Penzel '87, Kerrie Cella '89, Craig Heacock '89, Greg Kempers '90, Nate Porter '90, Jane Bucher, Kristie Kauerz, Leigh McDonald, Susan Montalvo-Williams, Jenn Tseng, Meg Williams and Jennifer Kauerz '96. Liz is in her fourth year at Beth-El College of Nursing in Colorado Springs. * Heather Berberet lives in San Diego and attends graduate school at California School of Professional Psychology. * John Birkeland is a student in the M.B.A. program for hotel management at Cornell University in New York. * Heather Cowan is an assistant program director at Camp Redcloud in Lake City, Colo. * Jeanne Anselmi Lindberg is an export sales manager at Papeteries Canson & Montgolfier in Paris, France. * Marina Lindsey works for the Department of Environmental Conservation's Village Safe Water Program in Juneau, Alaska. * Michelle McKinnon is a second-year student at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. * Sarah Miller arranged for Washington, D.C., alumni and parents to enjoy the play "Two Trains Running" by August Wilson and a post-performance lecture. * Walter Miller and Mary Jo Wieduck were married July 8, 1995. Alumni in attendance were Todd Dye, Terry Frost and Drake Powell. * Kristy Morlan is working on her master's degree in genetic counseling at the University of California at Berkeley. Friends visiting the San Francisco area can give her a call at (510) 283-5328. * Gail Pinney and Dean Harrison were married May 26, 1995. Gail is a reading specialist at Kumon Tutoring Services in Fremont, Calif. Gail and Dean were high school sweethearts reunited after 40 years. She adds that "dreams do come true!" * Ann Bailey Robinson is a resident in the ear, nose & throat program at Kansas University Medical Center in Kansas City. * Deb Robison attends the masters program in the foreign languages department of the Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences at Hiroshima University in Japan. On a recent trip to Colorado, Deb caught up with fellow grads, Pam Shipp '69, Theresa Ellbogen '87, Alison Dunlap, Beth Farnham, Tracy Stegall, and Becca Felts '94. * Julie Rothschild and Paul Sutter were married Aug. 5. * Courtney Rudd teaches computer education at Yap High School in Colonia, Yap, Federated States of Micronesia. * Lynn Sandifer organized Denver area alumni to participate in a Habitat for Humanity Work Day this past spring. Lynn works for Centennial Communications. * Ben Savery is a student in the M.B.A. program at the University of Washington in Seattle. * Tiffany Shipp lives in Colorado Springs as a trainer for Chili's Restaurants. She has opened 15 restaurants in seven countries and recently spent a month in Cambridge, England. * Collin Stoll, a part-time professor at Maryhurst College and Mt. Hood Community College, is a first-year student at The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland. * Erik Van Bramer and Lisa Hardin '93 were married Dec. 30 in Shove Chapel. Alumni in attendance were Charles Bruce '87, Scott Van Bramer '87, Chris Harrison '90, and Josh Cochrane. They live in Chicago, where Erik is an import manager at Universal Export & Import, and Lisa is finishing her third year of medical school. * Meg Wittwer is the morning show news anchor/reporter at ABC-WMDT-TV in Salisbury, Md.
'92 Susan Anderson would enjoy hearing from friends c/o Peace Corps, P.O. Box 93, Gaborone, Botswana, South Africa. * Rob Gard runs a weekly newspaper in Clinton, Wisc. His business peers recently elected him president of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce. In his spare time, he is a writer/director/producer for the award-winning syndicated television show "Discover Wisconsin." * Randy Holmes represented Colorado College at the inauguration of the new president of Morehouse College in Atlanta. * Kenneth Husney is a supervisor at First Investors Corp. in Denver. * Angela Jackson lives in Monterey, Calif., where she is a cryptologic interpreter for the United States Navy. * Jennifer Lind was promoted to assistant account executive at Richmond Public Relations in Seattle, Wash. * Shana MacKenzie is a project development coordinator/analyst with PhyCor Management Corporation in Brentwood, Tenn. * Susan Patrick is a public communications specialist with University of Southern California Health Sciences Public Relations. * Melanie Merritt Pfaff is celebrating two years of marriage to husband, Steven. She enjoys being mom #2 to step-son Nick and has rekindled her father's candle-making craft for pleasure and business. * Karen Reedy is an elementary teacher at the Renaissance Charter School in Parker, Colo. * Erik Richardson is a third grade teacher at the Anglo-American School of Sofia in Sofia, Bulgaria. * Graham Roy attends graduate school at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. * Chris Schreur is an investment advisor in Asheville, N.C. * Mike Shea and Elaine Walsh '90 were married June 11, 1995, in Denver. Alumni in attendance were Kevin '86 and Moira Curtis '88 McCabe, Tom Walsh '87, Dawn Moore, Carl Pearson, Kathleen Rolinson '90; John Coniff, Amy Hempe, Christine Mack '91; Susan Anderson, Oakley Barber, Mike Dahlie, Laura Tedeschi '92; and Tyler Stevens '93. Mike and Elaine live in Denver, where Michael is doing educational research at McREL and Elaine teaches third grade at St. Francis de Sales. They would love to hear from friends at 155 E. Center Ave., Denver, CO 80209, (303) 722-6419. * Maile Shimabukuro and Layla Johnson Dedrick served as Hawaii delegates for the Military Toxics Project Conference held in December in Maryland. They went to protest the military's open burning/open detonating of non-stockpile hazardous waste munitions in Makua Valley, near their home on Oahu. Layla was a speaker at the press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., which followed the conference and was broadcast live on RNBC radio. * Kirk and Kristen Palmer Solo live in Cambridge, Mass., where Kristen is an ERISA Plans Specialist and Kirk is a candidate for the M.B.A. program at the Sloan School of Business at M.I.T. * Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer is the arts editor at the Telluride Times Journal in Telluride, Colo. * Alison Walter is an archaeologist in the Animas Ranger District for the U.S. Forest Service in Durango, Colo. * Mark Weslar is district sales manager for Frito Lay in Brisbane, Calif.
'93 Julie Eun-Hui An lives in Albuquerque, where she is a photographic assistant. * Megan Billings and James Killebrew were married Nov. 18 at Shove Chapel. Alumni in attendance were Sarah Burnside Billings '64, Linda Burtschi Eggers '64, Phyllis Nolting Judd '64, Will '64 and Lynn Ayers '66 Pelz, Pam Thatcher Marsh '66, Ted '68 and Diane Brown '68 Benninghoff, Michael '75 and Deb Armstrong '79 Hannigan, David Arnsteen '80 and Beth Brooks '80, John Burbridge '86, Scott '89 and Lisa Beyer '89 Pankoff, Gregory Billings '90, Zell Rector '90, Andrea Sunset '90, Brian Weslar '90, W. Jay '91 and Shawn Butler '93 Mick, Kristin Poulson '91, Alanna Brown '92, Andy Fedorowicz '92, Dottie Barnes Kellner '92, Jennifer Sigafoos '92, Christina Wafford '92, Rachelle Latimer, Kevin Connors '94, Megan Day '94, Melissa Lange '94, Brian '94 and Katie McVeigh '95 Richardson, Chris Hawkins '97 and Scott Hawkins '97. * Phil and Marla Mangeot '92 Brown spent time last summer/fall in Zimbabwe dining on warthog while catching sight of four male lions eating an elephant, and catching a glimpse of three rare white rhinos. After returning stateside, they spent a month driving across the country visiting friends, family and national parks along the way. * Cyndie Decker writes that she is still in Seattle and loving it. She can be contacted via the internet at: email@example.com. * Susan DeCou and William Long were married Jan. 27 at Shove Chapel. Alumna Tricia Holwell attended. Susan is the owner of The Nature of Things store in Colorado Springs. * Gilberto and Kara Ayers '93 Dorantes live in Colorado Springs, where Gilberto is a small business owner and Kara is a dental office coordinator. * Cindy Mitchell Endicott is a physical therapist/athletic trainer at St. Charles Sport & Physical Therapy in St. Charles, Mo. * Leslie Ortman Gilbert is a stylist at the Viva Salon in Fountain, Colo. * Genevieve Greer is a client service representative at Interim Services in Santa Rosa, Calif. * Curtis Gunn and Kimberly Duncan were married Oct. 28 at Shove Chapel. * Jodi Hilton is in the master's program at Missouri University, studying photo journalism sequence. * Jonathan Kelly is an options trader for Group One, Inc., in Evanston, Ill. * Margo Mehl is a veterinary medical student at Washington State University. * Alicia Pulsifer is a digital graphic arts teacher at Image Set, Inc., in Portland, Maine. * Beth Sheffner is an assistant account executive with Ketchum Public Relations in San Francisco. * Calli Thomas and John Hennings were married Aug. 12, 1995. Calli is scholarship coordinator/administrator for Children's Educational Outreach in Little Rock, Ark. * Jeremy Vannatta lives in Chicago and is having fun working in film as a grip/electrician. He worked on the film "Normal Life" starring Luke Perry. * Ranganath Weiner, MAT, was chosen as one of two teachers in the U.S. to participate in research and curriculum development with NASA scientists. He participated in the Summer Teacher Enhancement Program at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, where he helped research ways to enhance student understanding of space and the importance of space exploration. He will pilot the curriculum for NASA at West Middle School in Colorado Springs, where he teaches science. * Brian Wiggett and Laura Gelner '95 were married Jan. 20 at Shove Chapel. Alumni in attendance were Melanie Goodman, Leah Mattheis, Josh Schachter, Dave Walter, Chris Bryan '94, Michelle Connor '94, Megan Day '94, Karen Huber '94, Marc DiBianco '95, Charlie Park '95, Hy Gia Young '95, Michele Brown '96, Nancy Hernandez '96, Michael Kauffman '96, Ashleigh Parsons '96, and Tina Kummerle '97.
'94 Jason Astle is a residence hall director at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo. * Deborah Boekhoff is a computer research analyst in San Francisco. * Chris Bryan spent a few days in March skiing in Val Gardena, Italy, with economics professor Mark Smith and his family. * Dana Centrella and John Meiter were married June 24, 1995, in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Alumni in attendance were Jason Astle, Valerie Struthers, Christi Crumpecker '96, and Jeff Tieman '96. Bruce Coriell, Colorado College Chaplain, officiated. * Megan Day is the office coordinator at Citizens Project in Colorado Springs. * Timothy Deschaines is a graduate assistant in the chemistry department at the University of Wyoming. * Curtis Hagedorn is a student at Rush Medical College in Chicago. * Mindy Klowden is a technical assistance coordinator at Colorado Coalition for the Homeless in Denver. * Brian Krill is living in Crested Butte, Colo., where he is director of athletics/history and English teacher at the Crested Butte Academy. * Theresa Hamby Lee MAT is a kindergarten teacher at Townsends' Tots Learning in Enterprise, Ala. * Sean McBride is a graduate teaching fellow and graduate student in public administration at the University of Vermont. Friends can reach him via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. * Jordan Mechanic is studying for his master's degree in neuroscience at the University of Hartford. * Brandon Nathan is a student at Dartmouth Medical School and can be reached via e-mail at: Brandon.M.Nathan@Dartmouth.edu. * Tim Nordvedt and Amber Boast were married Dec. 24 in Reno, Nev. Tim is on the winemaking staff at Murphy-Goode Winery in Geyserville, Calif. and Amber is studying in St. Petersburg, Russia. * Matthew Price teaches art and English at the Vela School in Umtata, the capital of Transkei, a former black homeland for the Amaxhosa people of South Africa. * Mark Thomas is a staff consultant at Price Waterhouse in Seattle. * Frederick Vanden Bergh and Katrina Blair '91 were married Aug. 19, 1995, in Durango, Colo. Alumni in attendance were Todd Burke '91, Tamar Ehrlich '91, Sue Kerrigan '91, Bill Wagner '91, Rob '92 and June Steely '92 Hunter, Travis Eiseman '93, and Amber Johnstone '93. They live in California, where Frederick attends the University of California at Berkeley for a Ph.D. in geology. Katrina is pursuing her degree in holistic health education. * Alexander Volk is a market assistant for the Taipei Mission in Sweden, based in Stockholm. * Nick Weigel is an animator/designer for Time Warner Interactive in Milpitas, Calif. * Sara Wilson is a health education extentionist with the Peace Corps in Georgetown, Guyana.
'95 Seth Brown is the media relations paraprofessional at Colorado College. * Jeff Brune organized an event at Jackson's Hole in Denver for alumni to gather and watch CC play in the WCHA Final 4. The event was a great success despite the fact that alumni were watching the CC game but listening to the Colorado Avalanche game. * Samantha Elliman is on the ski patrol at Taos Ski Valley in Taos, N.M. * Brett Gardner is a lighting technician at Upstaging, Inc. in Mundelein, Ill. * James Kesler and Emily Aaker were married June 30, 1995. James is a lab technician at Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque, N.M. * Scott Nilsen and Megan Bradley '96 were married Dec. 16 in Estes Park, Colo. * Jennifer Rudnick is a lab technician at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, N.M. * Pamela Stone is a physical therapy rehabilitation technician with The Colorado Athletic Conditioning Clinic in Aurora, Colo. * Sarah VanDeusen and Rey Phillips-Santos '93 were married Dec. 30 in Shove Chapel. Sarah is a group leader at Creative Play Center at Prairie Hills Elementary School in Colorado Springs.
'96 Kishen Mangat completed the New York Marathon in just over three hours. He finished 1,075 out of 28,000 and was the second finisher from Ohio.
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