Class Notes

page 23: ’54 - ’65

page 24: ’66 - ’87

page 25: ’88 - ’95

page 26: ’96 - ’98

page 27: ’99 - ’00

 

page 28: mini-mules ’86 - ’94

page 29: mini-mules ’95 - ’03

page 30: ’01 -’03

page 31: in memoriam

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| ’88 | Jodi Melzer Joskowitz writes, “both of my children were taught by Muhlenberg Alumni this year. I am attaching a photo of my daughter Dylan with her fifth grade teacher, Aimee Knopp ’98. Randi Schnur ’01 was my son Corey’s kindergarten teacher.” Michael E. Sulls is a staff physician at Virtua Health Systems in Westampton, N.J. After graduating from Muhlenberg, he attended the Univ. of Maryland, College Park and received a D.O. from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Med in 1997. He had a rotating internship in internal medicine with the U.S. Naval Hospital in Porsmouth, Va., and was a U.S. Naval flight surgeon from 1999-2001. He was a resident at Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital/University of Medicine and Dentistry of N.J. and University of Medicine and Dentistry of N.J.’s School of Public Health.

| ’89 | Paul Ferdenzi and wife Juliann live in Morristown, N.J. with their two children, Kurt, age 10 and Kaitlin, age 7. Paul is currently the associate general counsel and assistant secretary for Curtiss-Wright Corporation

| ’90 | Benjamin Gitterman writes with this happy news: “I’m living and working in Princeton, N.J. I’m married and have the cutest toddler, a son named Elias.”


Tamara (Marzulli) Krikorian ’91, Stacy (Myer) Zanine ’91, Charlene (Afflitto) Thomas ’91, Kendra (Rupp) Hogan ’91 and Dawn (Kondla) Calabrese ’90 at the ’Berg sorority reunion in May 2004.

| ’91 | Greg and Elyssa (Kravis) Antonelle ’92 joyfully welcomed their third child, Nicholas Parker on February 11, 2004. Nicholas joins big brothers and future Mules, Ryan, age 6 and Tyler, age 4. Elyssa continues to be very busy as a full-time stay at home mom! Greg is the founder and managing partner of AimHire Associates, LLC (www.AimHire.com), a prominent, full-service temporary and permanent placement staffing firm. Greg is well recognized nationally as a leader in the staffing industry. Tamara (Marzulli) Krikorian reports that a great time was had by all at Muhlenberg’s “20 Years of Sororities” celebration in April. “Alpha Chi Omega is what made Muhlenberg so special for me and my friends,” she says. “It was so great seeing all of you! Let’s do it again!” As regional sales manager for Bristol-Myers Squibb, John Lund, Jr. manages the northeast consumer medicines sales region. He and wife Michelle are the parents of two daughters, Gabrielle and Sydney. David Pfisterer has been promoted to the position of head golf professional at The Everglades Club in Palm Beach, Fla., where he has worked since 1995.

| ’92 | Michael Waterman was re-elected to a two-year term on the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Wisconsin.

| ’94 | Sarah (Runke) Caswell and husband Collin are excited to be expecting their third child in February 2005. The Caswells have two daughters, Morgan Lacey, age 5, and Emily Elizabeth, age 2. Sarah is currently a full-time stay-at- home-mom and working part time from home as a mortgage broker. She writes that life is, “busy, but lots of fun and great to be able to be there for the girls all the time.” Julia Schrader will spend the next two years teaching at the American School of Warsaw. She has been a French teacher at Upper Dublin High School in Fort Washington, Pa., for seven years, and this summer spent five weeks teaching in France. Jeremy Warnick and Jennifer Salvatori moved to New Bern, N.C., in October 2003. Jeremy is the senior assistant rector at the Christ Episcopal Church in New Bern and Jennifer is a full-time mom. They welcomed new daughter Abigail Salvatori Warnick, born January 7, 2004.


Alumni at the wedding of Pablo Arbelo ’95
and Christen Powers-Pintane.
front row: Christen and Pablo. back row: L-R: Katie (Schiffman) Slater ’95, Richard Slater ’95, Marc Cabry ’95, Norm Walley ’95, James Burden ’95, Colleen Burden and Brian Benson ’95.

| ’95 | James Burden and his wife, Colleen, and daughter, Courtney Hana, attended the May wedding of Pablo Arbelo and Christen Powers-Pintane. “The wedding took place near Christen’s hometown in northern California,” James writes. “Pablo and Christen exchanged vows at a beautiful little outdoor chapel located on the grounds of Brutocao Vineyards in Hopland, Calif. The setting was perfect.” Other alumni in attendance were Katie (Shiffman) Slater, Richard V. Slater, Marc Cabry, Norm Wolley and Brian Benson. The wedding of David Carl Lam and Laura Beth Dorfler took place at St. Thomas Moore Church in November 29, 2003. David completed his final year of a periodontal residency at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. He was recently hired by Eastern Dental Associates of N.J. and began his post as periodontist this summer. Deborah Zamboni completed the St. Anthony’s Triathlon in St. Petersburg, Fla. on April 25, 2004 in 3 hours, 8 minutes and 42 seconds. She finished the 0.9 mile swim in 32 minutes, the 25 mile bike ride in 1 hour and 26 minutes and the 6.2 mile run in 60 minutes. She competed in the race with Team in Training along with ten other athletes from central Pa. and fundraised over $4800 to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Alumni and friends at the wedding of David and Laura Beth Lam.
Seated left to right are: Dr. Arthur Altman ’53, and Dr. Carl A. Lam ’59. Pictured standing left to right are: Dr. Brian Everhart, John Turoczi, Ann (Patton) Beaurline, Kevin Beaurline, John Deppeler, Eric Blackman and Dr. David Twardzik ’94.

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