|• Fall 2002||Magazine Archive & Search • Muhlenberg Home|
| ’92 | Dr. Jason Aronovitz completed a family medicine residency at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in June 2002. Currently, Jason is a medical informatics fellow through a National Library of Medicine grant at Boston University. He is also enrolled in a master’s program in medical computer science at Harvard/MIT-HST School. Jason lives in Boston. In January 2002, Sheri (Bryce) Dye began working as an assistant district attorney for Bexar County, Texas. Her office is in San Antonio, where she and husband David live.
| ’93 | Brooke Gelber sends the following update: “I’ve been really enjoying living in San Francisco and teaching first grade. This fall, I will enter the classroom as a student headed for a master’s degree in language and literacy.”
| ’94 | John Donati reports that he is starting his three-year pediatric residency at Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn and Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. Robert Klock, FIC, a Thrivent Financial for Lutherans financial associate, has earned the honor of membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Roundtable. The Roundtable is an international, independent association of leading life insurance producers.
| ’95 | Peggy Pejsa-Celuch is an ob/gyn nurse in Norwalk, Conn. She lives in Wilton, Conn., with her husband Christopher. Susan (Webster) Haskell is currently working as a grant writer for Hurricane Island Outward Bound School in Rockland, Maine. Susan and husband Craig live in South Berwick, Maine, and have a daughter who was born in 2001. After making the trek back east from California, Alicia Herrenkohl married Gabriel Nathanson at the Horticultural Center in Philadelphia on May 26, 2002. In August Norman E. Woolley married Sharon Forsythe and many ’Berg classmates helped them to celebrate their nuptials. The couple now resides in Bridgewater, N.J
| ’96 | Gillian Crane writes the following news: “Greetings! I live in Union Square in New York City and own my own record label called Crane Records. Our current project is a holiday album to benefit the Lupus Foundation of America. I was diagnosed about four years ago and am trying to do as much as possible in my free time to raise money for the foundation. I recently finished performing in a rock musical with the band “Housewives On Prozac.” I am also still the director of summer school for international students at The Masters School in Westchester, N.Y. I am hoping to get in touch with some other ’Berg alums who live in NYC.” Kimberly P. Joseph recently announced her engagement to Fred D. Mongello. Kim works for TRICAT Radiological Centers in Edison Township, N.J. Fred is an attorney with the law firm of Mongello & Scialabba in South Plainfield, N.J. An August 2, 2003 wedding is planned. Hanna Foster Schaffer and Michael Schaffer ’98 were married May 11 in Cape Cod, Mass. The couple has relocated from Philadelphia to Denver, Colo. Mike is a resident in internal medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine. Hanna is an interior designer at DesignWorks, Inc. Denise A. McKissick has lots of news to report. She graduated in May with a master’s degree in school administration from North Carolina State University and plans to embark on a new career path as kindergarten through third grade administrator at the Franklin Academy. Denise will also be following a new road in her personal life. She is engaged to Sean Kent, formerly of Coopersburg, Pa. The couple plans to marry in Pennsylvania on June 28, 2003, and recently bought their first home in Wake Forest, N.C. They are greatly looking forward to their future together.
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