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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| ’01 | Stephanie (Thorpe) Holbus sends this news: “It has been an interesting year for Ben and me. In October Ben received his wings, designating him as a ‘Naval Flight Officer’ with the U.S. Navy. At the same time we received orders to Atsugi, Japan. We left the U.S. on March 31 and arrived at our new home on April 2. Ben is now stationed on the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk, where he flies E2-C Hawkeyes, a radar plane. Atsugi is about an hour and a half from Tokyo by train. Currently I am not working but I plan to teach English when I am settled.” Jodi Siegel has finished her first year at Brooklyn Law School, where she has been elected vice president of the Student Bar Association. This summer, she plans to clerk for a judge in the state court in Manhattan.

| ’02 | Having taught for a year at Stanton College Preparatory School in Jacksonville, Fla., E. Tyler Cathey plans to move to Gainesville, Fla., to attend the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law beginning this August. Allyson Doherty is recently engaged and teaching kindergarten in Ewa Beach, Hawaii. Her fiancé currently is serving in Iraq. After just under two years of working with troubled youths for Eckerd Youth Alternatives in Rhode Island, David Gill is going back to school. “Shortly after a reconstructive shoulder surgery in February, I was hired by Volkswagen, where I will work until this fall, when I will begin pursuing my master’s degree in social work at Boston College,” he says. In the fall, Kimberly Jaykus will enter Lehigh University’s doctoral program in school psychology. She currently works at Concern Counseling Services in Bethlehem, assisting children with emotional and behavioral disabilities. Adam O’Brien lives in Crested Butte, Colo., where he is pursuing a career in alpine ski equipment rental. Adjusting skis for a few hours each day, Adam finds time to hit the slopes nearly every day himself. Marie Petruzzelli and Sergio Masvidal are pleased to announce their engagement. They are planning a November 27, 2004, wedding in New York. Since graduation, Melissa Targum has been teaching special education at the Manville School in Boston. She recently was accepted into Boston University’s graduate program, where she will begin her master’s degree in social work and special education.

| ’03 | Sarah (Hollenbach) and Mitchell Keating were married July 26, 2003, in Allentown. Sarah works for the First Savings Bank of Perkasie and Mitch works for Accupac, Inc. The Keatings live in Hatfield, Pa., and plan to move to Allentown this summer. Tae Y. Kwak has been accepted to Temple University School of Pharmacy’s Pharm.D. program for the Fall 2004 semester. Morgan Maholick was crowned Miss Greater Rochester in March 2004. The Miss Greater Rochester Scholarship Pageant is an official preliminary of the Miss New York and Miss America Scholarship Pageants. At press time, Morgan was planning to compete for the Miss New York title in June. Miss New York will compete in the Miss America competition in Atlantic City in September.

 

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