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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| ’92 | Lisa Diamond was married to David A. Berger on November 22, 2003 at Temple Emanu-El in Closter, N.J. Lisa, a CPA, is vice president of finance and operations at Globe Scientific Inc., a family-owned corporation. David is a financial consultant with Carl Berger Associates in Totowa, N.J., specializing in commercial property and equipment loans. The couple resides in Hackensack, N.J. Laura (Sabol) and Lee Shelly ’90 have two children - David, age 5, and Jillian, 8 months. The family lives in Lansdale, Pa.

| ’93 | Kim Cottingham graduated from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia on May 18, 2003. She was ordained on July 6, 2003 at her home congregation, Prince of Peace, Marlton, N.J., and installed on August 3, 2003 as the pastor for St. John’s Lutheran Church (County Line), Scribner, Neb., and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Uehling, Neb.

| ’94 | Erica (Carlstrand) Coverley and her husband, Trevor, moved from Long Island to the Allentown area in July 2002. They live in Orefield, Pa., with their son, Trevor Richard, who was born July 9, 2003. Erica spent her first year living in Pennsylvania as an elementary school teacher in the East Penn School district. She is currently taking time off from teaching to be at home with her son. Her sister, Christa, is currently a junior at Muhlenberg. Heather (Skilton) married Santo Giampapa, III, on May 24, 2003, in Spring Lake, N.J. The wedding party included bridesmaids Jennifer (Pollock) Keelen and Sunita Venkatraman and groomsmen Matthew Skilton ’00, Michael Doyle and Bret Kobler. Other Muhlenberg guests were Kristi (Gundell) and Ron Moser ’96, Andrea (Pantos) Berger, Andrea Zelenetz, Jacqueline Indelicato, Kelly (Rodgers) McIntyre, Meredith Friedman, Jayanthi Gandhi ’93, Colleen Scollans ’93, Corrie (Grissinger) Thomas, Lucille Barchitta and Phil Tancorra. The Giampapas live in New Rochelle, N.Y., where Santo is a firefighter; Heather is the membership manager for The Metropolitan Opera in New York City.

Muhlenberg alumni at the wedding of Heather and Santo Giampapa: Kristi (Gundell) Moser ’94, Andrea (Pantos) Berger ’94, Ron Moser ’96, Jennifer (Pollock) Keelen ’94, Andrea Zelenetz ’94, Jacqueline Indelicato ’94, Bret Kobler ’94, Kelly (Rodgers) McIntyre ’94, Meredith Friedman .94, Jayanthi Gandhi ’93, Sunita Venkatraman ’94, Michael Doyle ’94, Lucille Barchitta ’94; center: the bride and groom; seated: Matthew Skilton ’00, Colleen Scollans ’93, Corrie (Grissinger) Thomas ’94.


Delta Zeta sisters at the wedding of Jennifer ’95 and Scott Bell. L-R Alyssa (Cramer) Cohen ’95, bridesmaid Jennifer Perry ’95, Arden (Teurfs) Borboroglu ’95, bridesmaid Daria (Schnibbe) McHugh ’94, Jennifer and Scott, Beth (Regan) Jacobs ’95, Lacey (Lockward) Tortoriello ’96, Eileen (Shannon) Saunders ’96, Carti Saunders ’96.

| ’95 | Jennifer (Hannig) and Scott Bell were married August 30, 2003, in the Poconos, where they now live. Mike Benninghoff, D.O., recently presented an oral abstract at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics Conference in Washington, D.C., in September. The topic of research was vascular complications following use of hemostatic closure devices after cardiac catheterization. The conference is the largest international conference held for invasive cardiologists each year. Mike and his wife, Erin, live in Bucks County, Pa., with their daughters, Jenna, Elana and Ava. Mike is an internal medicine resident at Abington Hospital in Abington, Pa. In October, Melissa Fischbein was promoted to vice president of human resources at Integrated Loan Services in Rocky Hill, Conn., after she passed the PHR (Professional in Human Resources) designation offered by SHRM. Ann Goropoulos has been named as the part-time head softball coach for Franklin & Marshall College after serving as the assistant coach for the past two years. In addition to her new role at F&M, Ann continues to work full-time at St. Joseph Health Ministries, a local non-profit community health services organization in Lancaster, Pa., as the director of community initiatives. Rich Lospinoso packed up his life in New Jersey and his job in New York City for a simpler life in Sarasota, Fla. His wife, Heather, being a native of Florida, was quick to point out the advantages of year round life in Florida...Rich concurred, found a new job and has started a new life...and is loving it!


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