Summer 2003 Magazine Archive & SearchMuhlenberg Home

 


page 21: ’50 - ’59

page 22: ’60 - ’72

page 23: ’74 - ’87

page 24: ’88 - ’93

page 25: ’94 - ’98

page 26: ’99

 

page 27: ’00 - ’01

page 28: mini-mules ’82 - ’90

page 29: mini-mules ’91 - ’01

page 30: ’02 -’03

page 31: in memoriam

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Andrea Hlobik '99

Stephanie Kaliner '99

Matthew Massaro '98

Jason Rubino '99
| ’99 | The following alumni were awarded the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) on June 1: Andrea Hlobik, Stephanie Kaliner, Rachel (Koch) Notte, Janine Rose LoBello, Jason Rubino and Ernest M. Sully. On June 9, 2003, Amy Armbruster-Darr and David Darr were married at Minnewaska Lodge, New Paltz, N.Y. They honeymooned in Toronto, Ontario. Amy and Dave met at an internship program at Lake Placid. Amy is employed by the University of North Carolina-Greensboro as the environmental educator coordinator. Steve Arora and Kelsie Hannaford of Underhill, Vt., became engaged in London, England. At press time, Steve and Kelsie were planning a summer 2003 wedding and moving to London from Munich, Germany. Steve has accepted a new role within General Electric, as an underwriter of catastrophe reinsurance risks. Jason Bergman, Esq., is an associate in the Real Estate Practice Group of Bee Ready Fishbein Hatter & Donovan, LLP, in Mineola, N.Y. In May 2002, Craig Farris graduated from Golden Gate University School of Law with a juris doctorate. He received his legal masters in taxation from Golden Gate in December 2002 and passed the Washington State bar exam in February 2003. He became engaged to Ashley Hirst in March, at high tea at the Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia. They plan to be married in summer 2004 in or around Seattle, Wash. Craig writes, “We currently live together on beautiful Mercer Island in Washington with a new puppy!” Tiffany Griffin recently got engaged to Robert Mercer while vacationing in Paris. A June 2004 wedding is planned. Aaron Kapner is pursuing his dream of being a professional actor – he’s been accepted into the Circle in the Square theatre school in New York City to study acting. His classes began in the fall. Meanwhile, he has performed in an Austin, Texas, production of “Two Gentlemen of Verona.” William McNavage is entering his second year of dissertation status at Penn and plans to finish his Ph.D. by August 2004. He was named a 2002-2003 NASA Earth Systems Science fellow for his current research project studying radicals of atmospheric interest. He also received the Rao Prize at the 58th Ohio State Molecular Spectroscopy Symposium in Columbus, Ohio, for the most outstanding presentation by a graduate student. Brendan Pilder is steadily working as a stagehand in the Tri-State area. He currently lives in Westchester, N.Y. First Lieutenant Robert Stevens is a platoon leader in the U.S. Army with the 7th Signal Brigade, stationed in Mannheim, Germany. He recently returned from a 5-month deployment to Israel, where he was a member of Joint Task Force Cobra in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Joint Task Force Cobra was a combined U.S.-Israeli effort that provided theater ballistic missile defense to Israel during the war using both the Patriot and Arrow air defense systems. Kristopher and Jill (Fornal) Young were married May 17, 2003, in Princeton, N.J. Jill and Kris graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine on June 1, 2003, and moved to Bethlehem, Pa., to begin their residencies at St. Luke’s Hospital – Kris’ in internal medicine and Jill’s in family practice.


Alumni in attendance at the wedding of Jill (Fornal) Young ’99 and Kristopher Young.

L-R: Juda Babuschak ’02, Tiffany Griffin ’99, David Fornal ’02, Lauren Milia ’02, Jeff Brydzinski ’99, Nicole Hanson ’99, Jill and Kris, Lisa Brownstein ’98, Marc Kassenoff ’93, Aimee Van Eeneennaam ’99, and Betsy Anderson ’99.

 

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