Winter 2004 Magazine Archive & SearchMuhlenberg Home

 


page 20: ’56 - ’66

page 21: ’67 - ’80

page 22: ’81 - ’87

page 23: ’88 - ’91

page 24: ’92 - ’95

page 25: ’96 - ’97

 

page 26: ’98 - ’99

page 27: ’00 - ’01

page 28: mini-mules ’79 - ’93

page 29: mini-mules ’94 - ’03

page 30: ’02 -’03

page 31: in memoriam

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| ’88 | Rickey and Alissa (Robinson) Joe were married October 4, 2003. Alissa and Rickey live in River Edge, N.J. Carla (Smith) Moyer sends this news: “My husband, Pat, is a physics professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. My two children, Mackenzie, age 9, and Tully, age 8, attend the independent school where I teach seventh-grade math. Some of our upper school students here at Cannon School are considering Muhlenberg, so I have been reflecting on my days there. I feel that my education prepared me so well for the challenges of teaching!”


Ian Steinberg ’89, Brian Cohen ’89 and Scott Gerber ’90 and their children, Ally and Meredith Steinberg, Rachel and Danny Cohen, and Marielle, Maya, and Max Gerber, enjoy a fall festival.

| ’89 | Lori (Foerster) Cohen writes that she and her husband, Brian Cohen, have remained close friends with AEP brothers Ian Steinberg and Scott Gerber ’90. “Despite living in different states, our families are growing up together,” she says. Ian, who resides in BriarCliff Manor, N.Y., works for The Hartford Group in N.Y. Lori is a guidance counselor at Cheltenham High School and Brian works for GMAC Mortgage in Mt. Laurel, N.J. The Cohens live in Jamison, Pa. Scott and his family live in Dix Hill, N.Y., where Scott is an attorney. Stephanie Funk is the manager of membership and marketing at the Main Line Chamber of Commerce in Wayne, Pa. The Chamber has over 1,700 members; most are located in Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties. Keri Hayes and Toby Hollis were married in an outdoor ceremony by the ocean in Manset, Maine on October 18, 2003. Guests included Rick Weber, Susan (Folley) and Allen Zdroik ’87, Jill (Santore) ’88 and Gehred Wetzel ’86, and Jill and Gehred’s children, Grace and Zachary. Keri is associate publisher at Soyatech, Inc., a small publishing company in Bar Harbor, Maine. Toby works as a journalist and photographer on Mount Desert Island. The couple resides in Bass Harbor, Maine.

| ’90 | In June, Mark B. Abraham graduated medical school, receiving a D.O. from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has already earned a J.D. from Temple University School of Law. “I am doing my transitional year residency in the Mercy Catholic System in Philadelphia,” says Mark. “I still practice law on the side.” John Boggio, a senior tax manager at DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc., in Phoenix, sends this news: “On October 29, 2003, I was lucky enough to donate a kidney to my younger brother Glen. He has a rare kidney disease called Bergers Disease. Glen was on dialysis for four months prior to the transplant surgery. The kidney transplant took place at the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver, Colo. Glen is doing great. His new kidney started to work immediately. It was amazing. After 10 days from the surgery I was back to work and Glen after one month. Glen will have to take anti-rejection medicine, as well as many other medicines, for the rest of his life. I researched the disease and the kidney transplant process before the surgery. I also called Mike Hoffman ’91, who I have kept in touch with on and off since I graduated in 1990. Mike is a doctor specializing in urological oncology. It was nice to talk to a friend like Mike, who by the way is a ‘kidney doctor’!”

| ’91 | Carrie Campbell and Simon Pritikin ’90 live in Shoreline, Wash., with their two daughters, Jasmine, 3, and Olivia, 1. Carrie is a renaissance woman working as a mom and computer software consultant, while continuing to pursue acting and writing in the Seattle area. Simon currently works in development for the Seattle Intiman Theatre. He also continues his pursuit to climb most of the mountains in the Seattle area; he’s already reached the peaks of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams and others.

 

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