| ’86 | Robin (Graver) Fatzinger was recently promoted to vice president of clinical and regulatory affairs at Kensey Nash Corporation, a medical device and biomaterials manufacturer in Exton, Pa. She lives in Gilbertsville, Pa., with her husband Chris and two children, Noah, 8 and Mackenzie, 3.
| ’87 | Lisa (Pettera) Goldman recently started a new job as a senior medical writing scientist for Johnson & Johnson, Pharmaceutical Research & Development, in Raritan, N.J. She is serving as the lead writer for the women’s health team. Lisa currently lives in Wyckoff, N.J., with her daughters Lauren, 8 and Allison, 4. Jonathan A. Keller, D.M.D., along with wife Marjorie and sons Nathaniel, 6, and Nicholas, 4, have relocated to Chandler, Ariz. He is enjoying the “great golf weather...and still practicing dentistry.”
| ’88 | Linda (McCullagh) Carpenter writes, “My family moved from Oxford, Conn., to Moon Township, Pa., in late August 2004. I am teaching mathematics in the senior school at Sewickley Academy. My husband, Aaron, is attending seminary at Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry. Our daughter, Megan, is enrolled in the third grade at Sewickley Academy and enjoying it a great deal! I spoke with my college roommate, Nicole (Ceresa) Manganelli, on her birthday in September. She, too, is doing well! It is awesome knowing 16 years have passed since graduation and we keep in close contact! Thank you, Muhlenberg College!”
1990 grads Ron Horowitz, Beth (Woolridge) and Lee Herbst and Steve Wolf in Philadelphia.
| ’89 | Patrick J. Brogle, M.D. sends this update: “My family has expanded to four children. The two most recent additions are Alec Joseph, born in October 2001, and Nicholas Dominick, born in October 2003. I serve as chief of the section of orthopaedic surgery at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem, Pa., and I live minutes away in Saucon Valley. I recently received the Arthritis Foundation’s Sir John Charnley Award for excellence in orthopaedic surgery. My wife, Ann Marie, is a busy full-time mom who is also opening a children’s boutique, Che Bella, in the Lehigh Valley. Rick Goukler writes, “My wife Heather and I have relocated back to the east coast, settling in Oxford, Conn. Our 3-year-old son, Davis, now has twin sisters, Grace and Rachel. The girls were born July 5, 2004. Life is good!”
| ’90 | Beth (Woolridge) Herbst finished the Corning Wineglass Marathon (26.2 miles) in Corning, N.Y., on October 3, 2004. Beth and her husband, Lee, celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in June 2004. Lee is an ob/gyn at the Guthrie Clinic in Sayre, Pa. They are enjoying life in Sayre with their two sons, Gabriel, 6, and Brandon, 4. In September 2004, she and Lee celebrated a surprise reunion with classmates Ron Horowitz and Steve Wolf in Philadelphia, Pa.
William and Krisanne (Stocker) Scott ’92
| ’92 | William and Krisanne (Stocker) Scott were married on July 4, 2004 in Basking Ridge, N.J., with a reception following at The Park Savoy in Florham Park, N.J. Bridesmaids were Tracy (Gartmann) Graybeal and Alita (Das) Thomas. Also in attendance was Andrew Wasserman ’91. Since graduating from Muhlenberg, Krisanne has received master’s degrees in language education and in administration and supervision from The Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University. She is an elementary Spanish teacher in Bernards Township, N.J. Her husband Bill is a professional engineer in Watchung, N.J. The couple honeymooned in the Hawaiian islands and resides in Bridgewater, N.J.
| ’93 | Leanne Thayer wed Gregory Iacovone on October 16, 2004 in Delray Beach, Fla. The couple honeymooned in Vermont and will reside in Delray Beach, Fla. The bride’s sister, Lauri (Thayer) Beltran ’92, served as maid of honor. Other alumni in attendance were Natalie Cerciello and Tricia (Spinelli) Madison. Theresa (De Paola) Myers and her husband Jim have recently re-located to their hometown. They reside in Morris Plains, N.J., with their two sons, James, 2 and Colin, 1.
| ’94 | Heather Stamm writes, “2005 is filled with changes for me! New Year’s will begin a four-month online run of my first published short story. Anyone interested in reading “Somerset” can go to www.peridotbooks.com until the end of April. I am also finishing my teaching certificate by the beginning of May. Once I’ve finished with this program, I am packing up my furniture and cat for a move to join my fiancé, Michael Fidler, in Columbus, Ohio. I’m still good friends with Columbus native Ted Duffy from my class, so it should be a smooth transition to a new town.”
| ’95 | Cynthia (Ziemann) Evancho earned her M.B.A. degree with a concentration in human resources from Rosemont College in May 2004. She is currently a full-time mom. Her 3-year-old daughter, Maya, was the “cover girl” for November 2004’s issue of Parenting magazine.