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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| ’96 | Aaron Goach has joined Merrill Lynch’s Office of the General Counsel in Hong Kong. Previously, he was an associate with Freshfields in Hong Kong, and is a co-founder of Magellan Solutions, a Philippines-based English-language call center. Adam Kaufman is a housing advisor with Educational Housing Services in New York City. He also has a fledgling theatre and film company with fellow alumni Pete Barry ’97 and John Dowgin ’97 called Porch Room Productions. Their website is Mark and Alicia (Zmijewski) Reiser reside in Bethlehem, Pa. Alicia has received her master’s in occupational therapy and has been working as an occupational therapist for three years. In July, the couple welcomed their first son, Logan Maxmillian. John and Bridget (Mulhern) Lamancusa were married June 28, 2003, in Downingtown, Pa. They honeymooned in Bermuda before returning home to West Chester, Pa. Carey Kotula ’98 was a bridesmaid, and Judy (Jones) Krug ’68 was in attendance. Bridget works for Henkels & McCoy, Inc., and John works for The Vanguard Group.

| ’97 | John and Amy (Hill) Greenleaf were married June 14, 2003. Alumni in attendance included Sonja (Schneider) Sturek, Amanda (Peters) Kinney, Eric Hill ’94, Amy Lombardi ’98, Adam Marles ’02, Charles Peters ’54, David Hill ’64 and Richard Bonser ’64. Amy is a chemistry teacher at the Pingry School in Martinsville, N.J., and is pursuing an M.F.A. in photography at the Art Institute in Boston; John is a Ph.D. candidate at Lehigh University, studying environmental science. John and Amy live in Center Valley, Pa. Beth Rogers-Ho sends this happy news: “I was married to Van Ho on May 24, 2003, at the Franklin Country Club in Franklin, Mass. It was a real Muhlenberg-centered wedding! With special permission from the governor of Massachusetts, Jennifer Blair served as our celebrant and married us. Todd Rothman performed two readings, and my bridesmaids included Stacey (Munsky) Acquaro and Ayla Tezel ’99. Though he didn’t attend Muhlenberg, my husband had a few ’Berg connections of his own at our wedding – Van’s childhood friend Rob Smith ’95 served as a groomsman, and one of our guests was his employer’s wife, Anne (Krajsa) Snyder ’64.” Other alumni in attendance were Lesley Grunbaum, Jacqui Haag, Kate Moyer, Chris Futrick ’99 and Meredith O’Gorman ’96. After their honeymoon in Belize, Beth and Van celebrated a traditional Vietnamese wedding ceremony and reception in Florida before buying their first home in Stratford, Conn. Beth is the interlibrary loan supervisor at New York Medical College’s Health Sciences Library and is working on her master’s degree in library science at Southern Connecticut State University, and Van is the web and database developer for Private Client Resources in Wilton, Conn. Meredith (Frimpter) Sossman has joined the law firm of Maron & Marvel in Wilmington, Del. Maron & Marvel is national counsel to a Fortune 5 Oil Company and its subsidiaries. In her new position, Meredith will litigate cases in the Philadelphia and Wilmington areas and manage nationwide toxic tort litigation. Meredith and her husband, Logan, have purchased their first home in West Chester, Pa.

| ’98 | Jason Davidov is an arborist with R.A.R Landscaping Company in Baltimore, Md. He and his fiancée, longtime friend Jaime Sisserman, are planning a summer 2004 wedding and recently purchased a house in the Baltimore area. Jaime is the head administrator at a cosmetology school. At press time, Lisa Grandinetti was celebrating her May graduation from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. She will begin a dermatology residency at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. Robby Lobel, the self-proclaimed “greatest golfer in Mule history and former icon of Tau Kappa Epsilon,” recently became engaged to Dory Pass of Hartsdale, N.Y. They are planning an October 10, 2004, wedding, with many Mule alumni in attendance. On January 10, Brian Teta proposed to Heather Austin, an animator with the Cartoon Network and a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. They are planning a September wedding in Hilton Head, S.C. Brian and Heather currently reside in New York City, where Brian recently accepted a position as talent coordinator for the Late Show with David Letterman.

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