Class Notes

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page 31: in memoriam

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| ’02 | Maureen Carmody is engaged to Mike Adamcik of Allentown, Pa. The couple is planning an October 2005 wedding. Elizabeth Jurist is working full time at Helen Hayes Theatre and starting graduate school at New York University for performing arts administration. She is the managing director of the Broadway Intern Group. Sarah Murray was married to Michael Lyons on December 4, 2004. The two were joined by 25 of their closest family and friends, including Muhlenberg alumna Jenny Dussinger, for an intimate ceremony and reception in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The couple currently lives in Philadelphia. Flordelisa Perez writes, “I completed my master’s in political science in August 2004 from Lehigh University, where I was a student in the Community Fellows Program. As part of this program, I had a fellowship at the YWCA of Bethlehem, where I organized a community wide dialogue program called “Study Circles on Racism and Race Relations.” I am currently working at the YWCA of Bethlehem as a program director, where I coordinate, oversee and evaluate our various programs. I enjoy working at an organization whose mission I truly believe in: eliminating racism, empowering women.” Rebecca Richie graduated from Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, Pa., in May 2004 with a master’s degree in pastoral counseling. She is now working as a part-time counselor for Catholic Social Agency in Pottsville, Pa. After her graduation, Perrie Samotin, a New York City resident, became the associate marketing director for an off-Broadway theater company and aided in the commercial transfer of a play from off-Broadway to Broadway. She recently took a job with amNewYork, New York’s first free commuter daily newspaper. She is currently doing research and special projects and is being considered for a columnist position.

Alumni present at the wedding of Tricia Geddes ’03 and Kevin Gibney ’01 were:
Ted Corvino ’73, Kevin Cresko ’00, Erin (Kristel) Cresko ’00, Colleen McMaster ’01, Abby Harvey ’03, Christina Loffredo ’03, Valerie Fenstermaker ’03, Tricia (Geddes) Gibney ’03, Kevin Gibney ’01, Andrea Radicsh ’03, Louis Alloro ’00, Larry Carney ’99, Dana Iannuzzi ’03, Josh Stein ’03, Jenna Bates ’01, Lisa DeCotiis ’03, Robyn Greenwald ’03, Jay Jensen ’03 and Steve Iannella ’03

| ’03 | Tricia Geddes and Kevin Gibney ’01 were married on July 9, 2004. Rene Metzler teaches math and dance at the Perkiomen Boarding School. TJ O’Connell moved to Queens, N.Y., in October and began temping with an agency, which led to a semi-steady arrangement with the Rockefeller Group Business Centers on Wall Street. He just made his off-Broadway debut in an original musical “‘Voices That Are Gone’...The Stephen Foster Story,” playing seven roles (including lyricist George Cooper) with an eight-person cast. The show ran six performances at Shetler 54 Theatre on 54th St., after completing a tour through Long Island libraries. Lastly, he was cast as Matt the suitor in the national tour of “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” with Windwood Productions. The tour begins rehearsals in New York on January 3, 2005, and later begins the tour from Frostburg, Md. He will be touring until April 24, 2005, going all across the country and performing one show in Canada. Christopher Reed will begin attending Villanova University in spring 2005 to pursue an M.B.A. He currently works as a procurement analyst for American Foodservice Corporation. Molly Wilson is pursuing a master of arts in religion degree, with a focus on biblical studies, at the Lutheran Theological Seminary of Philadelphia. With a B.A. double major in English and music, Molly worked for a year at Augsburg Fortress Publishers before beginning her master’s program.

Alumni present at the wedding of Lauren Suckow ‘03 and Matthew Rittenberg ‘03 were:
Back Row: Bruce Walters ’03, Josh Miller ’04, Chris Rassam ‘03
Middle Row: Lauren Vorisek ’04, Catherine Orosz ’03, Erin Kornsey ’03, Efram Abrams ’03, Jolie Rinehart ’03,
Lauren (Suckow) and Matthew Rosenberg ’03, Josh Rittenberg ’05, Lauren Wiesner ’05, Monica Barski ’03, Jeff Stomski ’03,
Chrissy Wilson ’03, Ethan Fearn ‘03
Front Row: Gregory Jacobs ’03, Danielle Snowflack ’03, Michael Lowe ‘04

| ’04 | Julie Snyder is a graduate student in a doctor of clinical psychology program at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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