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Succeeding against all odds
Class Notes Form, In Memoriam, Special Notices

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'90   Madeline (Walling) Becker and her husband Frank are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Denise on February 6, 2001. She joins big brother Karl, who celebrated his third birthday on July 1, and cat Cupcake at the family's Middletown, Del. home. A part-time teacher with the children's play program Gymboree and full-time mom and homemaker, Kathy (Elliott) Pfanzelt lives in Southington, Conn., with her husband Carl and their two sons. Big brother Lucas Carl "Luke," is 2 and William "Will" John celebrated his first birthday on February 21.

'91   Gwen Angert works with mentally ill clients as a rehabilitation therapist with the Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk, Calif. Deanne (Edelman) Fenstermacher and her husband, Ivan, are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Travis John, on August 15, 2000. Deanne is a senior manager with Deloitte & Touche, L.L.P. and the family lives in Coplay, Pa. Jo Ann (Gallo) Gittleman and her husband Matthew Gittleman joyfully announce the birth of their daughter Emma Hope on February 11, 2001. Jo Ann reports that she has resigned from her position at CAN Insurance and is presently enjoying being a stay-at-home mom. Jon Lieb announces his December. 16, 2000 engagement to Sarah Lewy. Jon, a former Muhlenberg Weekly sports editor, proposed in a letter he wrote to the sports editor of the New York Post. After Sarah read the letter in the newspaper, he got down on one knee and asked her in person. Jon has lived in Manhattan for the past seven years and works for Hill & Knowlton Public Relations. Kevin "Earl" Mahn and his wife Debbie (Ceresi) welcomed their second daughter, Brianna Erin, on May 8. She weighed 7 lbs. 12 oz. and measured 19 inches. She joins big sister Amanda, who turned 2 in January. The family lives in Morris Plains, N.J.

Alison (Lehmann) Mahoney and her husband Patrick helped their son Seth Andrew to celebrate his first birthday on April 11, 2001. Allison works part-time as a social worker in a long-term care facility in New Jersey. Deb (Coppola) Scaringi, Stephen Scaringi '92 and son Nathan bought a home in Westborough, Mass. Deb has been named the director of marketing for the law firm of Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C. and is based out of the firm's Boston office. Stephen is a senior engineer for Storage Networks in Waltham, Mass. Catasauqua, Pa. resident Carole (Schmickle) Silvoy brought her talents back to campus, working with Muhlenberg's theatre department on a variety of projects. A performer and interpreter, Carole combines voice-over, singing, and acting with professional ASL interpreting for the deaf. Susan Toso is working in Collegeville, Pa., as a senior analyst in research and development competitive intelligence with GlaxoSmithKline. Richard Zuckerman and his bride Brenda were married on February 18, 2001 at the Shelter Rock Jewish Center in Roslyn, N.Y., surrounded by Muhlenberg friends. Guests included: Richard Coster, Elias Economopoulos, Dina Levinson, David Nelkin, Ray Bhatia '90, David Fisher '90, Erik Qualben '89, Stewart Polsky '90 and Felix Svider '93. Richard is an attorney in Manhattan at the law firm of Fischbein, Badillo, Wagner and Harding and Brenda is a school teacher.


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