| ’96 | Lauren Curnow is currently a member of the Chicago Lyric Young Artists program in Chicago, Ill. Jeffrey LaFrance writes, “After conducting combat missions with C Battery, 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery, 2nd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division in Bayji, Iraq, I recently returned to the U.S. to attend warrant officer candidate school at Ft. Rucker, Ala. I graduated Oct. 5. I am now currently attending warrant officer flight training at Ft. Rucker, Ala. to become a helicopter pilot. My wife, Amy, is still deployed in Iraq with 1st Infantry Division in support of OIF2.” James H. McMackin, III Esq. has left the firm of Richards, Layton & Finger, PA, where he was a corporate litigation practitioner. Jim has joined the firm of Morris, James, Hitchens & Williams, LLP, where he practices in the field of structured finance and alternative business entities. He resides in Wilmington, Del. Heather Suffin is engaged to be married in May 2005. Heather and her fiancé Marty Delaney are both attorneys and, once married, will live in Wyckoff, N.J. Heather’s matron of honor, Demetra Maurice, is married to Muhlenberg alum Joseph Maurice ’91. Heather works at the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and is assigned to the trial section.
| ’97 | On January 29, 2005, Jennifer Bradley married Captain Michael P. Stewart at the Church of Christ Uniting in Kingston, Pa. The bride received an M.B.A. in operations management and international business from the University of Scranton in May 2003. She also received a Fulbright Scholarship to the Republic of Korea for the 2003-2004 academic year. The groom, a graduate from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, is currently assigned to the 101st Airborne Division in Ft. Campbell, Ky. Nicole Carp currently resides in Hoboken, N.J., and works in New York City at Cohn & Wolfe, a public relations agency, where she is a media specialist and celebrity publicist for several healthcare campaigns. Nicole is also a cabaret singer and performed in her fifth sold-out cabaret show in February at the renowned Danny’s Skylight Room in New York City’s theater district. Melanie Lapointe joined the modern language department as a Spanish teacher at Xaverian Brothers High School, a Catholic boys school in the suburbs of Boston. Prior to Xaverian, she worked for Boston University’s admissions department as an assistant director of undergraduate admissions. Mark and Stacey (Alber) Mondello were married on May 16, 2004. The wedding party included Jill Boren ’82 and Sharon (Weiss) Dornemann ’97. Other alumni in attendance were: Bang ’99 and Jessica (Furrer) Chau ’99, Henry Dornemann ’97 and Susan (Borek) Kuhn ’97. The couple resides in Oradell, N.J. Todd Rothman earned a master’s degree in psychology in education from Columbia University Teachers College this past spring. After working as a staff associate in the Office of the President at Teachers College for over three years, he recently assumed the assistant director of admissions position at Columbia Law School earlier this fall. Lynne Weiner and Brad Wilkins were married July 13, 2003 in Philadelphia, Pa. Alumni in attendance were: Nicole Carp, Sage (Rega) Coady, Jennifer Zwirn ’99, Stephanie (Kelly) Imhof ’98, Adam ’97 and Alexis (Tenedine) Kasowitz ’96, and Allison (Cornish) Perrucci. The couple is enjoying their new home in Hatboro, Pa. Dennis Williams is the new vice-principal at Hatboro-Horsham High School in Montgomery County, Pa. He is the ninth and 10th grade principal of over one thousand students and oversees curriculum and discipline efforts. He and his wife Keisha recently celebrated their third wedding anniversary and the first birthday of their daughter, Maya Denise.