page 23: ’54 - ’80
page 24: ’81 - ’91
page 25: ’92 - ’95
page 26: ’96 - ’98
page 27: ’99 - ’00
page 28: mini-mules ’84 - ’92
page 29: mini-mules ’93 - ’98
page 30: ’01 -’03
page 31: in memoriam
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| ’92 | Cheryl (Schwartz) Goldman married Dr. Daniel Goldman, November 15, 2003, at The Mansion in Voorhees, N.J. Muhlenberg alumni in attendance were Laurie (Rubin) Lachs, Shara Gorsky, Rick Howard ’91 and Dan Zolin. Victoria (Ameer) Kiely and her husband, John, have two children, Alex and Hannah. The Kielys recently started a company, RandomLine, and have created two games: Squiggle and Alphabet Squiggle are sold in specialty stores and online. In addition, Victoria is the vice president of marketing at Peoples Publishing Group, an educational publisher in Saddle Brook, N.J.
| ’93 | In addition to teaching English in the Arlington (Wash.) School District’s Freshman Academy program, Robert Allen owns a combination bookstore/internet café/gallery/performance space. He continues to be involved in directing, choreographing and designing for the theatre, most recently directing a highly acclaimed production of “The Wrestling Season,” currently touring the Northwest. Robert is on the board of directors for Village Community Service, a vocational and residential service for the developmentally delayed, and is president of the Arlington Arts Council. He remains devoted to his two Min-pins, BoBo and Tito. Jonathan and Kristen (Wogman) Baron were married in August 2003. In attendance were Andrew Wogman ’00, Jennifer Boudreaux and Michele Irwin. The Barons live in Cromwell, Conn., and Kristen continues to work in North Haven, Conn., as a middle-school mathematics teacher and gifted-program facilitator.
| ’94 | Bart Semcer was recently promoted to the position of Washington, D.C., Representative for the Sierra Club, America’s oldest and largest grassroots conservation organization. His role includes managing the club’s fish and wildlife policy and hunting and fishing programs. At press time, Jennifer (Maffei) and Matthew Shea – who met the first week of college in Prosser Hall – were planning their 10th wedding anniversary celebration for June 18. Jen is a stay-at-home mom to Madeline, William and Charlie. Matt is a lawyer in Boston. The family lives in Wakefield, Mass.
| ’95 | Michael Benninghoff, D.O., M.S., recently was named chief resident for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Abington Memorial Hospital in Abington, Pa., for the upcoming academic year. His long-term goals include a fellowship in pulmonary/critical care medicine. Mike will present research at the American Thoracic Society Annual Conference, held this summer in Orlando, Fla. Barry and Miriam (Rifkin) Cohen were married August 10, 2003, in Piermont, N.Y. ’Berg alumni in attendance included Deb Zamboni, Amy Jahn, Jason Shutters, Deb Nelson, Shelley DePinto, Marie Ruth ’94, Karen Billger ’93, Rosanne (Bock) ’96 and Chris Keep ’96, Boris Harmeyer ’96 and Sara Spiro ’97. Lydia (Kendis) Rehrman writes that she is a full-time mom to two-year-old twins Maddie and Amelia. She and her husband, Mike, are expecting another pair of twins this summer.