|• Winter 2003||Magazine Archive & Search • Muhlenberg Home|
| ’94 | Todd Morehouse and wife Jennifer (Ingerto) send the following update: They have a daughter, Kaitlin, who was born Nov. 6, 2000. Jennifer is a high school English teacher at Lower Merion High School. She received her master’s in education from Cabrini College. Todd will finish his residency in ear, nose and throat at PCOM in Philadelphia in June 2005. The family resides in Lafayette Hill, Pa.
| ’95 | Caroline (Connelly) and Michael Slade were married at Egner Memorial Chapel at Muhlenberg College. Caroline is a guidance counselor for the Owen J. Roberts School District in Bucktown, Pa. Michael is a financial analyst for the Bank of New York in Malvern, Pa. The couple resides in West Chester, Pa. Alumni in attendance were: matron of honor Christiane (Brosnan) Weiss, bridesmaid Laura (Tichy) Carlantonio ’97, best man Dennis Slade ’99, groomsmen Chris Hall and Anthony Tore III, Ed Rosenberg, Leslie (Korkgy) Valenti, Pablo Arbelo, Mark Youngelson, Jason Denham, Chad Cimo, Andrea (Roman) Bunker ’96, Kate (Hamilton) Cimo ’97 and Elena Lewis ’00. Linda (Corley) and Jason Goldner send the following update: Linda is a third-grade teacher at the Sudbury Public Schools in Sudbury, Mass. Jason is a major accounts district manager at ADP in Waltham, Mass. The couple has a 5-month-old baby girl, Haley Rachel Goldner, who was born on April 18, 2002. She weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces and measured 17 1/2 inches. They reside in Milford, Mass. On November 17, 2001, Molly (Eshbach) and Timothy Leedy were joined together in marriage. The happy couple resides in Lititz, Pa. Bridesmaids included classmates Kate Manzo, Melissa (Whitaker) Oliver, Tricia (Connelly) McLister and Karen (Brown) Slaton ’94. Ben Johnsen has some exciting news. He is featured playing drums on Tom Burris’ new album, “For Sale,” released Sept. 10, 2002, on Tomato Records (TOM-2081). The album is available in all Tower, Virgin, Barnes & Noble and Borders Books & Music stores. Ben lives in New York City and works as a national network media buyer for Carat North America. Jonathan Levinson announces his marriage to Hope Pascal, which took place July 6, 2002. The couple honeymooned in Italy. Jonathan is the owner of EliteLinen, a linen rental and commercial laundry service in Lambertville, N.J. The couple lives in Newtown, Pa.
| ’96 | Lora (Dunchick) Baker recently joined Allentown Family Foot Care practice as a podiatric surgeon and specializes in all aspects of foot and ankle care with a special interest in sports medicine. Her husband Scott Baker ’95 works for Met Life in Allentown as a financial advisor/planner. Eve DeVaro, an acquisitions editor for Rowman and Littlefield Publisher, Inc., announces her engagement to James Fowler. The wedding is set for June 2003. She currently resides in Annapolis. Md. Brian Hoshaw recently received his Ph.D. in experimental psychology from Temple University and is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow in the pharmacology department at the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife Rachel (Braun) ’97 live in Lafayette Hill, Pa. Michael Hug just finished his first Ironman triathlon, helping to raise over $600,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Michael works as a pricing manager for Sun Microsystems in Redwood City, Calif. Betsy (Schultz) Kachel announces her marriage to Eric Kachel on July 20, 2002. She is currently a teacher for the Hanscom Airforce Base Primary School in Lincoln, Mass. She and Eric are enjoying their marital bliss at their home in Somerville, Mass. Fellow alumni present at the wedding ceremony were: Dori Broudy, Wendy (Katz) Wachtel, Lisa (Barnes) and Dennis Adams ’94 and Rachel Steinbrook.
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