|• Summer 2003||Magazine Archive & Search • Muhlenberg Home|
| ’86 | Robert J. Brown, Jr. has joined the Litigation Support Group of WithumSmith and Brown, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, in the firm’s Red Bank, N.J., office. Before joining WS+B, he spent nearly three years in the forensic accounting field working in the areas of matrimonial/divorce litigation, oppressed shareholder/commercial litigation, economic damage assessment and business valuation.
| ’87 | Suzanne Seplow has been named director of the office of residential life at UCLA, which houses over 7,000 students on campus. “Seppy” began her new job in mid-December 2002.
| ’88 | Ray Handel is director of marketing and promotions for Millennium Radio New Jersey and the state’s biggest radio station, New Jersey 101.5. He resides in Hillsborough, N.J., with his wife, Jill, and daughters Rachel, 7, and Katelyn, 5. Nicholas Small and his wife, Michele, have relocated from Jacksonville, Fla., to Dublin, Ireland, for two years. Nicholas is the European controller for the CIT Group, centralizing all CIT European Operations (10 countries) to Dublin.
| ’89 | On June 8, 2002, Paula Hering and Andreas (Andy) Asch were married in Middlefield, N.Y. Muhlenberg alumni in the bridal party included the bride’s father, Bruce Hering ’66, bridesmaids Ingrid (Fisher) Green and Reed DuBow, and groomsmen James Green, James Mahon, Joseph Livezey ’90, Thomas O’Brien ’88 and Robert Creveling ’88. Other alumni in attendance were: Robin (Balla) Mahon, Sue (Berge) Buhr, Leigh Anne (South) Muller, Ken Rosenberg ’90, Nicos Elias ’87 and Diane (Krill) Holben ’87. The couple now resides in Browns Mills, N.J. On July 21, 2002, Diana (Weinapple) married Richard Hegmann, an Elizabethtown College graduate. The happy couple are expecting their first child in August 2003. Diana is a business education teacher at Dulaney High School in Timonium, Md.
| ’90 | Scott M. Behren has become a partner with the law firm of Waldman Feluren & Trigoboff P.A. in Weston, Fla. Scott will continue his practice in the areas of commercial, employment, franchise and intellectual property litigation in state and federal courts throughout the state of Florida. Scott resides in Weston, Fla., with his wife Michelle and their sons Ryan, age 5, and Justin, age 3. Mark S. Morginstin is completing his three-year internal medicine residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia where he will serve as chief internal medicine resident for 2003-04. In July 2004, he will pursue a hematology-oncology fellowship at the University of Connecticut. He continues to serve his USAF Reserve duty at McGuire AFB in New Jersey. Mark and his wife, Nancy, are expecting their second child in October 2003; their daughter Carly is almost 3. In January, Gladys (“Gogo” Dayoub) Wiles became a partner/shareholder in the law firm now known as Snyder & Wiles, P.C., in Allentown, Pa. Her practice primarily focuses on civil litigation, business and real estate law. She and her husband Dale Wiles, who is also an attorney in Allentown, have been married for eight years.
| ’91 | Michelle (Potuto) and John Morris ’88 live in Stamford, Conn. John is an obstetrician-gynecologist and Michelle is a full-time mom to Madeline, 4, and Jack, 2. “We keep in touch with many alumni and enjoy our time spent together,” she writes.
| ’92 | Angela Montana Reamy is now officially a stay-at- home mom. After teaching high school science at Northport H.S. for six years and on Metro Learning Channel (a local cable station), she has decided to be a full-time mom to Brandon, 8; Abigail, 3 and Grace, 2.
| ’93 | Margaret (Kotler) and John Hinsdale were married October 12, 2002. ’Berg alumni in attendance were Gigi Gugliotta, Drew Cardinale ’91, Ann-Marie (Samoylo) Neary ’92 and Nikki Smith ’92. Margaret and John live in Tarrytown, N.Y. Margaret is a physical therapist at an out-patient facility in Briarcliff, N.J.
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