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1941
Joseph Dauchy died July 7, 2010. His son writes "He loved his time at Alfred and talked about it many times over the years."
1943
J. Leonard Reisman died March 19, 2010. He may have been the first totally deaf student to have attended AU. He attended the Rochester School for the Deaf from the time he was 3 years old until he completed high school. His family is very proud of his determination to graduate from a hearing university. Leonard was also proud and fond of AU. His daughter, Belina notes, "We are very thankful that Alfred U. accepted a deaf student at a time when the deaf and other disabled people were not as socially accepted as they are today
1945
Richard Dale Faulkner Sr. died Feb. 11, 2010. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, and grandfather. A ceramic engineering major at AU, he was a member of Keramos, the ceramic engineering honor society. Dick was employed by RCA for 43 years as a product development engineer. While working at RCA, he contributed to the military effort during World War II by improving the production of radar kinescopes for the U.S. Navy and making other technical contributions. He was awarded over 40 U.S. patents during his career. In the 1950s, Dick was on the team that developed color picture tubes for television and he contributed to the development of new equipment for photographing the lunar surface during NASA's missions to the moon in the mid-1960s. Other technical innovations included developing photomultiplier tubes used in night vision equipment and medical imaging technology. Dick was an avid photographer. He was also director of the Pennsylvania Guild's Craft Show at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, for 15 years. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Marion L. Faulkner; a son and daughter; two granddaughters; and several nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews. Donations may be made in memory of Dick to the Alfred University Office of University Relations, Fasano House, 1 Saxon Drive, Alfred, NY 14802.
1952
Val Cushing '52, '56, AU professor of art emeritus, and five AU alumni presented pottery shows/sales in Seagrove, NC, late this spring. Val joined Bruce Gholson MFA '07, and Samantha Henneke '95 at their Bulldog Pottery studios. Allison McGowan MFA '01 joined Fred Johnston '93 and Carol Gentithes '93 at their Art Pottery Studios. For more details visit http://www.cousinsclay.co... .
1956
Class Correspondent Douglas Wilson sends the sad news of the death of Barbara Ann (Scouler)?Mahoney of Yakima, WA, on Jan. 10, 2010. Barbara is survived by her husband of 53 years, David, who she met in Alfred; three children, James, Donna, and John; and four grandchildren, Kristi, Shane, Patrick, and Brian
1957
Angela VanDerhoof , who has directed The Arc, Oneida-Lewis Chapter for 31 years, will retire at the end of 2010. Arc is an organization providing services for those with physical and intellectual disabilities.
1959
Grace Bentley-Scheck '59, '60 had a print accepted for New Prints 2010/Spring at the International Print Center, New York, NY. The exhibition consisted of 67 pieces by 67 emerging-to-established artists selected from a pool of nearly 2, 200 submissions.
1961
Joel P. Moskowitz , president and CEO of Ceradyne Inc., Costa Mesa, CA and AU trustee, was a guest speaker at the Ceramic Leadership Summit in Baltimore early this summer. His topic was "Emerging Business and Technology Opportunities and Challenges for the Ceramics Community."
Bette Blank's work, "Bette Blank: Icons, Idols and True Confessions," was be displayed at the Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ, March-May 2010.
1962
Ken Wildman retired in 2001 after 34 years in academics. In his last position, he was hired in 1974 as professor of psychology and department chairman at Ohio Northern University. He was also Division of Social Sciences chairman and did some consulting on the side. He writes, "I am now working for Penny (Brownell '63) and her over-flowing 'Honey-Do' jar. I do Alternate Dispute Resolution including arbitration, mediation, and judging professional boxing matches." He also noted he was surprised to be invited to submit his biography to "Marquis' Who's Who in America" and was listed in the 2010 edition. Penny and Ken have two sons and four grandchildren, and do some traveling to keep busy.
Rick Denton did not attend Reunion this year, but sent wishes to those who attended to have fun. He did attend the NCAA Division III football game and enjoyed seeing many old friends and alumni. He still works part-time and tries to golf more. His wife, Myra, continues to teach piano. They will be going on a river cruise in France and after they return, he will make a mission trip to Romania. After the summer, Rick and Myra will travel to the Carolinas. Rick is a financial adviser and a registered representative with New England Securities.
Class correspondent Maxine Lurie will "retire" this summer having been professor of history and former chairman of the History Department at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ for the past 17 years. She will continue to teach occasionally, as well as to work on several historical projects, visit her family, and travel.
1964
Cynthia Bringle's 40-year pottery career was the subject of a June 3, 2010 article in The Daily Times.
1965
Joel Karasik and his wife were visiting Paris and cruising the rivers of France during Reunion 2010, but said their thoughts were with the class of 1965 in its 45th reunion year. "See you at our 50th!"
1966
David Perlstein has just published "God's Others: Non Israelites' Encounters With God in the Hebrew Bible" (New York and Bloomington: iUniverse, 2010). Rabbi Martin S. Weiner, former president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, wrote the foreword. "God's Others" tells 25 stories of Biblical characters or groups with direct or historical experiences with God. They include Hagar, Abraham's concubine; Zipporah, Midianite wife of Moses; the pharaoh of the Exodus; Balaam, the Midianite prophet; Rahab, harlot of Jericho; Naaman, general of Aram; Ruth, Moabite great-grandmother of David; and Job - an Uzzite, not an Israelite. "God's Others" is available at iuniverse.com, amazon.com and bn.com (Barnes and Noble) in print and digital versions. A retired advertising creative director/writer/producer, David also authored "Solo Success: 100 Tips for Becoming a $100,000-a-Year Freelancer" (New York: Crown Publishers, 1998). He will release a novel during winter 2010-11. David and his wife, Carolyn, live in San Francisco. They have three adult children.
1968
was honored may 20, 2010 by Rochester Business Journal as an outstanding financial executive
Mike Johnston Sr. is the new football coach at Watkins Glen (NY) High School.
Ronald Little , senior vice president of finance and advancement at Heritage Christian Services, was honored as one of nine outstanding financial executives at the 2010 Financial Executive of the Year awards presented by Rochester Business Journal and Financial Executives International.
1969
The Hebrew Home at Riverdale, NY, notes that its board Chairman Jeffrey Maurer , Alfred University trustee, has been recognized by The New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aged (NYAHSA) with its 2010 Trustee of the Year Award.To read the full article, go to: http://www.alfred.edu/pre... ?
1970
Bunny McBride is retiring as a professor and head of the University of Iowa's ceramics program in the School of Art and Art History. He leaves behind a legacy of work that has been honored nationally, a philosophy of creating utilitarian, functional pieces, and a teaching method where students not only learn how to make something but also how the process works.
1971
Your Class Correspondent Cathy Clarke Baumgarten writes: "I retired from NYS Civil Service on April 28, 2010, having been employed for seven years in the Department of Labor and five years in the Division of Temporary and Disability Assistance. I am enjoying reading, crossword puzzle time, and meetings of book review, musicals, and religious study. And Alfred has been a meeting place three times this summer to see family, classmates, sorority sisters, and friendly University staff."
1976
A piece by William Carlson is featured in the University of Miami (UM) Lowe Art Museum as part of the UM Faculty Exhibition. His piece is titled "Aquila Non Capit Muscas" (An Eagle Does Not Catch Flies).
1978
Kathleen McDermott writes: "I have just illustrated and published a book on the history of fashion. Title is 'Style For All: How Fashion, Invented by Kings, Now Belongs to All of Us.' Find a free slideshow of the entire book at: web.mac.com/hautehistory/iWeb/Style%20For%20All/Style%20For%20All.html> My Web site: www.hautehistory.com > Book available for sale at: http://stores.lulu.com/st... Facebook fan page: Haute History's Fashion and Hats
1979
Michael Everett received a master of business administration degree with honors from Babson College, Babson Park, MA, this spring. He writes, "My new designated hobbies are golf and fishing (ocean). I have recently purchased a vacation home on Cape Cod (Chatham) and encourage my AU friends to look me up if they are in the area."
1980
Maureen Costello Van Cura , assistant professor of nursing and coordinator of the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at St. John Fisher College (SJFC), Rochester, NY, writes, "Many of you may remember that the nursing students at AU did their junior year of nursing at SJFC. When Alfred decided to close its nursing program, the SJFC Department of Nursing was instituted. Thanks to a large grant from the Wegman's family, we now have a new state-of-the-art building and our program is the Wegman's School of Nursing. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees. Many of you will be pleased to know that at each of our pinning ceremonies the dean provides a rich history of the School of Nursing and how it grew from AU's program. We end our pinning ceremony with AU's tradition of lighting the candle of knowledge that is passed from the dean down to faculty and then to the graduating students. It gives me a warm feeling every ceremony … such good memories of Alfred and the wonderful education it provided. In addition to myself, Nancy Bowllan, also a 1980 graduate of AU, teaches at Fisher. Keeping with history, we both received our doctoral degrees from Fisher in 2008. Who would have thought I would come full circle, back to this institution, strongly rooted in AU's history, and educating today's nurses?" Maureen also earned a master of science degree and certification as family nurse practitioner from the University of Rochester. You can reach her at mVanCura@sjfc.edu .
Kevin G. Ewsuk , manager of Advanced Microsystems Packaging Department, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, was a guest speaker at the Ceramic Leadership Summit in Baltimore early this summer. His topic was "Integration of Ceramics in Advanced Microsystems."
Martin Metzger and Mark Witmer's ceramics company, Silicon Carbine Products, Inc., Horseheads, NY, was ranked 21st Best Company to work for in New York State.
"Turbine Form," cast glass and sculpture by Frank Morbillo , was included in "Feinstein, McCall, Morbillo" at the Craighead-Green Gallery, in Dallas, TX this spring.
Martin Metzger and Mark Witmer's ceramics company, Silicon Carbine Products, Inc., Horseheads, NY, was ranked 21st Best Company to work for in New York State.
1981
Gov. David A. Paterson nominated Guy J. Mangano Jr. as one of nine Court of Claims Judges for reappointment. Guy has served as a Judge of the Court of Claims/Acting Supreme Court Justice in Kings County since 2000.
Avi Kempinski , assistant professor of German, has become chairman of the Department of Modern Languages at Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS. And, he has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to teach and do research at the University of Duisberg-Essen, Essen, Germany in spring 2011.
1983
John E. Marra , associate laboratory director, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, was a guest speaker at the Ceramic Leadership Summit in Baltimore early this summer. His topic was "Enabling a Nuclear Renaissance: Better, Faster, Cheaper Using Advanced Ceramics."
John Edmond , co-founder of Cree Research, Inc., will be one of two keynote speakers at the 43rd International Symposium on Microelectronics, Nov. 2-4, 2010, at the Raleigh (NC) Convention Center.
Martha Ungate Hayes writes: "My husband and I are studio potters living in beautiful, rural Mathews County, VA. We have had our business, Summer Haze Pottery, for over 25 years and produce an extensive line of functional stoneware pottery. After years of selling our wares at crafts fairs and wholesale to shops in several states, we have launched our brand new e-commerce Web site for customers to purchase directly online. We are really excited about our new site and invite folks to visit us online at www.summerhazepottery.com ."
1984
Brenda Ecklund is employed at Jamestown (NY) Area Community Federal Credit Union in marketing and customer service. She is involved in many musical events in the community.
Cori Caputo exhibited works in several media including acrylic, oil, watercolor, and collage at the Franklin Gallery during the "Double Take: Two Artists Look at the World" during the month of May 2010.
1985
Robert Scheckman and his wife Ronna met in Alfred and have been happily married for 20 years. Their daughter Rachel just made the JV dance team and track team in her high school and is taking all honors classes. Adam, their son, is one of the starting pitchers on his baseball team.
Glenn Niles was named superintendent of the Arkport (NY) Central School District in May 2010.
1986
Joseph Gerace has announced his intention to run for a fifth term as Chautauqua County Sheriff.
1987
Patricia Nowenter Andrews currently teaches psychology as an adjunct faculty member at Tompkins Cortland Community College in Dryden, NY while also working for MedAssurant doing chart reviews. She has 5 grandchildren and enjoys hiking with her friend Hank. She also spends time writing courses on line for myfreece.com on nursing related issues.
Timothy Casey has been named Pittsburgh Technology Council's 2010 CIO of the Year in the Non-Profit category. You can hear Tim talk about his work by going to http://www.pghtech.org/ev... and clicking on in his named in the list of honorees.
H. Kier Dirlam was named the Allegany County Planner in Belmont, NY.
1988
Work by Atsuko Tajima of Allentown, PA, was part of a four-artist exhibit at the Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA, this summer. Atsuko has exhibited internationally in Russia, Japan, and Romania. Her U.S. exhibitions have been shown in the Ruby Green Contemporary Art Center, Nashville; the National Liberty Museum, Philadelphia; and the Glass Gallery, Bethesda, MD. A recipient of the Contemporary Glass Philadelphia Award, her work explores the themes of healing, dreams, and energy.
Joseph Sapienza was promoted to Executive Director, Equity Operations, UBS Investment Bank in February 2010. Joe, Cindy, Julia and Natalie are doing well.
Kimberly Buff Prado recently earned a doctor from the University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey
1989
Five Star Bank appointed Jeff Kenefick to Southern Tier regional president. He is currently vice president and will continue to serve as commercial market executive.
1990
Carolyn Clark was recently recognized as one of New Jersey's Best 50 Women in Business at a dinner sponsored by NJBIZ. She is president of Peloton Advantage, LLC in Parsippany, NJ.
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings Ltd. announced that Anthony Kashuba , vice president and general casualty team leader in Bermuda, has been promoted to senior vice president and European general casualty manager.
Matthew McElligott , has two new children's books coming out this fall. One is a picture book called "Even Monsters Need Haircuts." The second is a young adult (YA) book called "Benjamin Franklinstein LIVES!" This is Matt's first YA book and is the first of a series about Benjamin Franklinstein. On his Web site Matt writes: "I have a studio in my home which I share with my wife, Christy (a dynamite Web designer), my son, and several animals, including two horses, about a dozen chickens, a rabbit, some cats, some fish, and a dog. When I'm not working on illustration and children's books, I spend my time teaching as a professor at the Sage College of Albany in Albany, NY. Find out more about both new books and previous works at Matt's Web site at: http://matthewmcelligott.... .
Bryan Sullivan is executive vice president of Write Away, Inc., a public relations and marketing firm based in Weaverville, NC. He also often writes for regional and national publications about local history, farming, culture, and food.
1993
Paul Baker-Porazinski was elected to the Cambridge School Board in May 2010. He is the owner of Heartwood Custom Woodworking and teaches furniture building and woodcarving in Troy, NY.
Sean McCartney , '93, '98, has published his first novel, a young adult adventure titled "The Treasure Hunters Club: Secrets of the Magical Medallions." Learn more at his Web site: wwwsean-mccartney.com.
1994
Nannette Stangle-Castor received the Triangle Business Journal's 40 Under 40 Leadership Award. Nannette is the process director at Fuentek, LLC.
1995
Ceramist Aysha Peltz presented a slide lecture at the second annual "Art -A-Rama" Week at the Skidmore (College) Summer Studio Art Program, Saratoga, NY. Aysha makes wheel-thrown porcelain pottery. She explains, "I alter freshly thrown forms to achieve the look of an action that has just occurred, a moment frozen in time. I think of my pots as imagined space and through them I build landscape and terrain." Aysha's work has been featured in a number of exhibitions, including the annual "Strictly Functional Pottery National in Pennsylvania where she has received a number of awards.
John "Jack" Benjamin was elected chairman of the board of Financial Institution Inc. during the annual recognition meeting on May 6 in Batavia, NY.
Mike Prutsman is defensive coordinator for the Glens Falls (NY) Greenjackets of the North American Football Leagues.
1996
Jermaine Johnson co-owns No Grease, a local chain of barber shops in Charlotte, NC, with his twin brother Damian
1997
Sam Castner is a shop technician and adjunct instructor of art and architectural studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in the Katherine D. Elliott Studio Arts Center.
1998
Adrienne Metzinger and her husband Sung Jin Hong started New York City's One World Symphony in 2001. Their current season received great press by the New York Times and by Time Out New York. When she is not performing and stage directing operas with One World Symphony, she works at Manhattan's design firm Stan Adler Associates as the Design Director.
Erik Myers has started a craft brewery, Mystery Brewing Company, in Chapel Hill, NC. Mystery Brewing Co. is a contract brewery dedicated to the production of small-batch, high-quality ales using non-traditional ingredients and historic recipes. Learn more at www.mysterybrewingco.com .
Jason Green teaches in the AU Freshman Foundation program. He had wall tiles on display at The Cohen Center, 53 N. Main St., Alfred, in late spring. The Cohen Center is a University gallery.
In partnership with the Savannah (GA) College of Art and Design and the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA), Washington, DC, JuYeon Kim is showing her latest work this summer at the NMWA in "The In-Between." The exhibition explores the duality of thinking between cultures ant JuYeon experienced after her move from Korea to the United States and ddraws inspiration form the eighth century Tibetan Buddhist text, "The great book of natural liberation through understanding in the between," also popularly known as "The Tibetan Book of the Dead."
1999
Kim Vose Jones' artwork will be featured in a summer-long exhibit at the Confederation Art Gallery in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Saturday morning April 24 (Hot Dog Day) on Merrill Field, 27 alumni and current soccer players took part in the annual alumni vs. 2010 AU team, under the direction of Coach Jennifer Enke. Becca Pociask '07 and Danielle Evergin '99 were among the alumni players that came back for the game. The game finished in a 2-2 tie. T-shirts for the event were made by current player Amalia Reinhardt, an Art & Design major.
2000
Abigail Allan visited Anoka Ramsey Community COllege to kick off her solo art show that was displayed in March and April 2010. She also entrhalled onlooker with her PowerPoint presentation which demonstrated her passion for art and how it has been inspired by the beauty of science.
2001
Lara Davis is participating in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's National Design Triennial, "Why Design Now?" which opened this spring. Lara is a member of the Masonry Research Group at MIT's Department of Architecture and of the design and engineering team. The exhibition will be displayed until January 9, 2011. She is currently at MIT completing her architectural thesis research in innovative thin-shell mason construction, and will soon be pursuing further such masonry construction research in Ethiopia and Zurich. More information about Lara and her work can be found at vaulting.wordpress.com or www.cooperhewitt.org/exhi... .
Alice Stage has been named Global Product Manager of Aresters and Transformer Components at Cooper Power Systems. She joined Cooper Power Systems in 2001 as an association design engineer in Olean, NY and later moved into a marketing role as product specialist with a focus on Arrester Products. In 2007, she moved into her most recent role as the manager of order services in the Customer Service Group.
2002
Some of Christina Sirakos' hand-blown art glass was on display at the Clay, Glass and Metal art festival during June 2010.
2003
Rachel Bullard teaches student with special needs in Los Angeles. She has recently published a novel, "Black Geisha," by Rachel Blaze. Find out more about the book and author at: www.blackgeisha.com .
Charlotte Potter recently completed a master of fine arts degree at the Rhode Island School of Design with a specialty in glassblowing. She will soon be teaching at the Haystack Mountain School, Deer Isle, Maine, and in the fall has a fellowship at the Pilchuck Glass School near Seattle.
Mark C. Smith has joined Harter Secrest and Emery LLP's Corporate Practice Area as an associate attorney. His practice is focused on corporate and financial restructuring matters. He received his J.D. from the University of Buffalo Law School and resides in Rochester, NY.
2005
Erin Zellefrow has joined Prairie Center of the Arts, Germantown Hills, IL, as program director. The Center was founded in 2003 as a juried Artist in Residency program to attract emerging and established artists to opportunities in research and development of new work and to an accessible facility for art and creativity that embraces the Peoria area community offering equipment and new technologies not currently available to the general public.
Lisa Koch's glasswork "Cloud Odyssey" was featured at the James Watrous Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin.
2006
Community Bank, Potsdam, NY, has hired Matthew Rollins as commercial loan officer.
2007
Ben Fino-Radin has been accepted in both the Digital Media MFA program and the MSLIS program and will be moving to New York City at the end of the summer.
All Creations, an art/design group founded by Matt Rink and Bland Hoke will be included in a temporary outdoor sculpture exhibit titled, AIR 'Art in Roanoke'. All Creations will exhibit a sculpture created at A as a part of their Senior Show in 2007. The sculpture was originally shown in the Hard Hall courtyard, and will be revised for the Vic Thomas Park in Roanoke, Virginia where it will live for 18 months. This project has previously been exhibited at the Garrison Art Center and the Sculpture Barn since Matt and Bland graduated from AU.
Saturday morning April 24 (Hot Dog Day) on Merrill Field, 27 alumni and current soccer players took part in the annual alumni vs. 2010 AU team, under the direction of Coach Jennifer Enke. Becca Pociask '07 and Danielle Evergin '99 were among the alumni players that came back for the game. The game finished in a 2-2 tie. T-shirts for the event were made by current player Amalia Reinhardt, an Art & Design major.
All Creations, an art/design group founded by Matt Rink and Bland Hoke will be included in a temporary outdoor sculpture exhibit titled, AIR 'Art in Roanoke'. All Creations will exhibit a sculpture created at A as a part of their Senior Show in 2007. The sculpture was originally shown in the Hard Hall courtyard, and will be revised for the Vic Thomas Park in Roanoke, Virginia where it will live for 18 months. This project has previously been exhibited at the Garrison Art Center and the Sculpture Barn since Matt and Bland graduated from AU.
2008
Dan Ohart finished the 10K run first in the 21-29 male age group, and fourth overall in 41 minutes and 14 seconds at the Fun Run to raise funds for the Corning fitness trail. Dan also competed in the FK and placed in the 21-29 male group while taking third overall in 19:50. He works at Dresser-Rand in Painted Post, and began training with girlfriend Ashley Johnson while at AU.
Jon Sirockman discussed his glasswork in a June 6, 2010 article in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Jacob Raeder is a Fulbright recipient and will attend the Rietveid Academy to study ceramics.
Grace Stewart and Stephanie Garuti are both attending Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College for the dual degree program that partners with the University of Bologna in Italy. Grace and Stephanie will pursue a master's of Art Management at Carnegie in Pittsburgh the first year and a Masters of Innovation and Organization of Culture and Art at Bologna during the second year of the program.
Jon Wordingham , staff writer for the Messenger Post, Canandaigua, NY, was a member of the swim team while at AU. He recently wrote about participating in a two-mile, open water swim, the first time he has done much along the lines of swimming since he left campus. Read about his "pain" and "gain" at: www.mpnnow.com/sports/x18...
Grace Stewart and Stephanie Garuti are both attending Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College for the dual degree program that partners with the University of Bologna in Italy. Grace and Stephanie will pursue a master's of Art Management at Carnegie in Pittsburgh the first year and a Masters of Innovation and Organization of Culture and Art at Bologna during the second year of the program.
2009
Three of Elena Grajek's works on paper are featured in the Westchester Biennial show at the Castle Gallery of the College of New Rochelle. He recent works are digitally-arranged ambiguous forms coupled with child-like representations of people and animals. The exhibit is on view until June 18th.
Julie B. Gordon is engaged to Jeffrey L. Ohliger, a '08 Alfred State graduate
Works by Jessie Novik , a mixed-media artist from Bridgeport, CT, are included in the group show "Summer Reflections" at the PD Gallery at Performance Dance, Norwalk, CT. The show runs through Aug. 30, 2010.
Gus Golinski was recently hired at Hill Financial Group, Pepper Pike, Ohio, as associate investment and financial planner.
2010
Laura Reyome is attending Carlton University in Canada to pursue a M.A in English-Literature.
Abigail Griffith is off to the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where she will pursue an M.A in English with a concentration in creative writing in fall 2010.
Leah Houk has been accepted to and is attending Alfred University's graduate school psychology program in fall 2010.
Amanda Sullivan is attending the University of Buffalo for her masters in social work.
Ashleigh Hardes moved to Austin, TX where she is applying for non-profit jobs. She also is applying to the Peace Corps and graduate schools for master's degree programs.
Births
Perry Streeter '98 and Jeanne, a son Samuel Lewis, Jan. 9, 2009
Michelle (Kelly) MacEnroe '91 and Paul, a son, Alexander, Jan. 18, 2010
Natalie Krauser McCarthy '98 and Sean, a daughter, Madelyn Rhys, Sept. 24, 2009
Justin Sikora '02 and Dody, a daughter, Searra, Oct. 20, 2009
Deaths - Alumni
L. Donald Morris '34 , April 21, 2010
Jeannette I. Shortell '34 May 11, 2010
Joseph Dauchy '35 , July 7, 2010
John Trowbridge '41 , May 18, 2010
J. Leonard Reisman' 42 , March 19, 2010
Richard Dale Faulkner Sr. '44 , Feb. 11, 2010
Doris C. Gardner '43 , March 13, 2010
Loren B. Manchester Jr. '47 , May 3, 2010
Robert K. McFall '49 , February 24, 2010
Gordon F. Thrall '49 , July 3, 2010
Donald A. Doster '50 , May 15, 2010
Barbara Ann (Scouler)?Mahoney '56 , Jan. 10, 2010
Brian K. Randle Sr. '56 , March 11, 2010
Suzanne (Marsh) Magin '57 , March 20, 2010
William Warren '59 , March 17, 2010
Norman E. DeVolder '62 , March 29, 2010
Roger C. Williams '63 , April 9, 2010
Peter D. Wunsh '64 , May 30, 2010
Robert Cochran Lyon '66 April 8, 2010
Roger D. Worboys '69 , May 1, 2010
Paul Bernhardt '70 , June 26, 2010
D. Michael Ahl '78 , April, 28, 2010
Elaine M. McPherson '86 , March 2, 2010
Trieste Clayton '06 , June 20, 2010
Deaths - Friends
Mary K. Lewis , March 28, 2010
Roland L. Warren , Feb. 14, 2010
Robert A. Howard , Admissions Office, June 27, 2010
Charles Leo Coughlin , ROTC instructor, June 14, 2010
Engagements
Julie B. Gordon '09 to Jeffrey L. Ohliger
Marriages
Fabiene Raszewsi '03 and W. Ronald Johnson, April 8, 2010