Thomas E. Ryan
Thomas C. Healey
The justices of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently announced the appointment of William F. Kennedy, current member of the Board of Bar Examiners, to the post of chair. Kennedy, who is a partner in the Boston office of the law firm Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP, practices in the business department and chairs the public policy group; a member of the adjunct faculty of Suffolk University in Boston, he also serves on the board of several institutions and nonprofit organizations.
Glennon L. Paredes
Deborah A. Pelles
Sharon Gardella Garvey writes that she has been a graphics consultant with PepsiCo since 1997, overseeing in-house design and video production, as well as digital archiving services.
J. Christopher Collins
Kathleen L. Wiese
Jeffrey E. Smith writes that he has founded a new high-tech start-up company — Black Lab Security Systems Inc. — based in Columbia, Md. Catherine (Carstens) Wilcox writes that she was nominated for the Carl D. Rolfsen Foellinger Foundation Award "for outstanding volunteer service to a non-profit organization in northeast Indiana." Wilcox adds that the nomination "is to recognize work implementing best practices in corporate governance for Northeast Indiana Public Radio."
James G. Healy
Katharine Buckley McNamara
Elizabeth Stevens Murdy
William J. Supple
Karen Kolb Greene writes that she is now working as the technical director for DDL, Inc., a package and product testing and consulting services company, headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn. — with West Coast operations in Costa Mesa, Calif.
Jean Kelly Cummings
Susan L. Sullivan
The Dec. 11 issue of the Hartford(Conn.) Business Journal (HBJ), included a profile of Michael J. Hallisey, M.D., in its Advancements in Health Care column, titled "Radiologist Revolutionized Stent-Graft Treatment to Save Lives." Hallisey was recently recognized as one of Connecticut's Health Care Heroes — for advancements in Health Care — related to his work in the development of a stent graft to treat patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms. Hallisey is an interventional radiologist with Jefferson Radiology in Hartford. Mary (Oakes) Laub writes that she is now the budget officer for the George C. Marshall Center for International Security Studies in Garmisch, Germany. Christopher M. Millard writes that his latest book, titled Awesome Bill from Dawsonville: My Life in NASCAR — co-authored with stock-car race driver Bill Elliott — has been published by HarperCollins.
Patricia G. Haylon
David J. Trasatti
Jane Zelazny Belz writes that she recently accepted a new position as the director of estimating for The Frank McBride Company in New Jersey.
Susan F. Feitelberg
Edward J. Lynch III
Fred J. O'Connor
Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Ian Bowles, announced in January the appointment of Jane E. Corr as the chief of staff of his management team; her responsibilities include focusing on intergovernmental relations; serving as liaison to the governor's office and oversight management of the secretariat.
Thomas M. Flynn
Joanne S. Niland
Gabrielle E. "Gaby" Higgins and her husband, Bill Steinmetz, announce the birth of their daughter, Fiona Elizabeth Steinmetz, on June 6. Christopher P. Reilly writes that, on Sept. 9, he was ordained to service in the Church as a permanent deacon by Cardinal Seán O'Malley; the ordination took place at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. Maureen B. Waterbury and her husband, Jim Lawentman, announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Richard Lawentman, on Sept. 6; Waterbury continues to work for the Chubb Insurance Company in New Jersey. Springborn Staffing, a placement agency of temporary, direct hire and temp-to-hire employees located in Portland, Maine, announced in October the appointment of Maryann "M.A." Watson to the position of president and chief operating officer. Watson, who has worked 15 years for the company, had most recently served as executive vice president. .
Virginia M. Ayers
Patrick L. McCarthy Jr.
Edward T. O'Donnell
Kathleen Quinn Powers
Michael J. Chojnacki and his wife, Gloria, announce the birth of their son, Stephen Michael, on Aug. 17. Francis X. "Chip" Flaherty Jr. and his wife, Leslie '90, announce the birth of their son, Francis Xavier "Trey" III, on Oct. 22. Andrew R. Guillette and his wife, Lauren, announce the birth of their daughter, Caroline Rose, on June 19. Guillette writes that he continues to manage Cerulli Associates, a financial services research firm, with offices in Boston and Singapore. Stephen M. Pecevich and his wife, Cathy, announce the birth of their son, Tristin Jerome, on Aug. 10..
Kathleen E. Moylan
James W. Nawn Jr.
Kimberly Ferri Cakebread writes that, in April, she accepted a position as senior technical writer at Carrier IQ Inc., a start-up software company in Mountain View, Calif. Kenneth J. Cammarato currently serves as senior legal counsel with the United Technologies Corporation in its fire and security division — located in the corporation's Mebane, N.C., offices. Julie (Reeves) Campbell and her husband, Drew, announce the birth of their daughter, Genevieve Ferguson Campbell, on Aug. 9. Kristan M. Higgins writes that she has written a book titled Fools Rush In — a romantic comedy published last November. Douglas S. Lloyd and his wife, Jennifer, announce the birth of their son, Alec, on Sept. 27. Stephen J. McCormack and his wife, Patricia, announce the birth of their son, Marius James, on Sept. 19. Patricia A. Oliver-Shaffer writes that she has been promoted to associate director of process chemistry and manufacturing at Momenta Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, Mass. Joseph N. Sidari, M.D., is now working at the Fallon Clinic, Worcester, in the ear, nose and throat department, and serving as director of the Allergy Clinic.
MARRIED: Thomas F. Coonan and Linda A. Mayer, on July 9, at The Harding Allen Estate in Barre, Mass.
Ellen S. Conte
Paul E. Demit
Paul J. Englehart and his wife, Kathy, announce the birth of their daughter, Megan Haley Englehart, on Sept. 22. Victor M. Luis writes that he has returned to Tokyo to serve as president and chief executive officer of Coach Japan, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coach, Inc., marketer of modern classic American accessories. Peter J. Malia and his wife, Katie, announce the birth of their son, Michael Stephen, on Oct. 5. Sean A. Moynihan and his wife, Amy, announce the birth of their son, Evan Michael, on Sept. 12. John J. "J.J." Williams writes that he started his ninth year with the State Street Corporation, working as an Oracle database administrator.
Christina M. Buckley
Sean T. McHugh
Jennifer A. Coyle, who works for Caterpillar Inc., writes that she accepted a new position with the company as head of its Asia Pacific mining finance team in Melbourne, Australia. Annmarie F. Dadoly and her husband, Gregory J. Sieczkiewicz '92, announce the birth of their daughter, Hope, on Jan. 22, 2006; Dadoly works part time as a senior medical editor at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Madeline Rizzo Savas and her husband, Steven, announce the birth of their daughter, Evangelina Madeline, on June 29. Timothy J. "T.J." Treanor and his wife, Keira, announce the birth of their son, Timothy James Jr., in September.
MARRIED: Christopher J. Hardiman and Maribeth Pender, on Aug. 12, at St. Agatha's Church in Milton, Mass.
Nancy L. Meaney
Lisa M. Villa
Mark P. Wickstrom
Robin Arnold Auten and her husband, Kevin, announce the birth of their son, Ryan Brayden, on Sept. 6. Andrew R. Bartolini and his wife, Susan, announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Robert, on July 11, 2003, and their daughter, Madeleine Shea, on Sept. 14; Bartolini serves as a research director at the Aberdeen Group in Boston. Kevin J. Curley Jr., M.D., writes that he recently accepted a position with the internal medicine residency program at Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, N.Y., practicing internal medicine, sports medicine and medical acupuncture; he adds that he was an assistant team physician for the US Open tennis championships. Michelle A. Daunais, who has worked for Biogen Idec, in Cambridge, Mass., for the past 11 years, writes that she recently transferred into the IT technical services department there as a validation specialist. Dan P. DeBono and his wife, Genieve, announce the birth of their daughter, Gianna Maria, on July 19. Leslie Reilly Flaherty and her husband, Chip '86, announce the birth of their son, Francis Xavier "Trey" III, on Oct. 22. Amy (Cotter) Hickey writes that she continues to work part time at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, in the Cell Manipulation Core Facility as a cell processing technologist; she also serves as the varsity head softball coach, the varsity assistant field hockey coach and the middle school assistant ice hockey coach at Milton (Mass.) Academy. Timothy G. Kenneally and his wife, Kimberly, announce the birth of their son, Sullivan Edward, on June 21. Sharon (Duronio) Kophamel and her husband, Frank, announce the birth of their daughter, Lydia Rose, on Dec. 14, 2005. Maureen A. Roy, who serves as the western regional care coordinator for First Health Services of Montana, writes that she took part in the 2006 Summer Intensive program at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, in Missoula, Mont. — and, this fall, opened a photography business in Missoula, specializing in maternity, infant, child and family portraits. Philip Talamo writes that he has recently been appointed director of investor relations at AllianceBernstein LP in New York City.
MARRIED: William D. McKinney and Lauren Boushell, in August 2005, at the Immaculate Conception Church, Stoughton, Mass.
Peter J. Capizzi
John R. Hayes Jr.
Kristin M. Kraeger
James G. Nairus, M.D., and his wife, Deb, announce the birth of their son, Connor James, on Nov. 16. Maura Damiata Silbo writes that she was promoted last July by Aetna Inc. to the position of senior actuarial consultant and supervisor; she works part time in the small group underwriting area of the Hartford, Conn., office.
Maura E. McGovern
Timothy D. McGovern
Christopher J. Serb
Christine C. "Christi" Gowen writes that she has been with the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City for about 13 years, serving as both a classroom teacher and member of the development staff. Steven M. Key writes that he has opened his own law practice in Roslindale, Mass. — and adds that he assumed the role of Colin Powell in David Hare's play Stuff Happens, on stage last fall in Boston. Jennifer D. "Jen" Laden and her husband, Tom Murphy, announce the birth of their son, Eamonn John, on Dec. 31, 2005. Karen (Cramer) and Matthew M. Marnik announce the birth of their daughter, Skyler Grace, in September. John S. Moriarty and his wife, Lori, announce the birth of their son, Brendan Thomas, on Aug. 22. Gregory J. Sieczkiewicz and his wife, Annmarie F. Dadoly '89, announce the birth of their daughter, Hope, on Jan. 22, 2006; Sieczkiewicz, an associate in the Boston office of the law firm Proskauer Rose, specializes in intellectual property. Michelle R. Tourigny writes that she has begun a new position, managing the fluorescence-activated cell sorting facility at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in Perth, Australia.
Patrick J. Comerford
Eileen Kasprzak Read
Patricia "Patti" (Smith) and Daniel F. Barrett announce the birth of their son, Patrick Kelly, on Aug. 9. Jennifer (Neville) and Tsuyoshi "Chooch" Fukuda announce the birth of their son, Matthew Takashi Fukuda, on Sept. 18. Tavis L. Knighten writes that, last June, he opened The Law Offices of Tavis L. Knighten in Atlanta; the firm focuses on civil litigation and insurance defense cases. Peter P. LaCamera, M.D., who completed a five-year Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital fellowship in July, has been appointed a staff pulmonary and critical care specialist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston; his responsibilities include caring for patients, teaching and conducting research. Matthew J. McCusker writes that he is now working for the Oracle Corporation in Boston as the Northeast regional manager for the company's retail practice. John B. Mullahy and his wife, Lisa, announce the birth of their son, Conor Brian, on Dec. 29; Mullahy writes that he was recently promoted to partner in the Parsippany, N.J., office of the law firm Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan LLP. Melissa (Humenick) Stango writes that she is now a physics and environmental science teacher at Holy Cross High School in Waterbury, Conn.
Amanda M. Robichaud
Elizabeth "Liz" (Doherty) and Mark E. Baron announce the birth of their daughter, Maeve Elizabeth, on Aug. 11; Liz works as a physician assistant at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston, and Mark serves as patent counsel for Novartis in Cambridge, Mass. Michael P. Carbone is a manager-staff counsel in the legal department of JetBlue Airways. Carol Brewer Guerrero and her husband, Ivan, announce the birth of their son, Andrew Edward, on Oct. 1. Nora O'Connell Hart and her husband, Matthew, announce the birth of their son, Daniel John, on Aug. 17. Tracie Campbell Kosakowski, an attorney, writes that she has accepted a position as vice president within the global wealth and investment management division of Bank of America, focusing on financial crimes. The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) Foundation recently announced that Raymond J. Lustig III has been selected as the recipient of its Rudolf Nissim Prize — presented annually to an ASCAP concert composer "for a work requiring a conductor that has not been performed professionally." Lustig's winning score is Unstuck, a 17-minute orchestra piece in three movements; prize selection is based on the decision of a jury of conductors. Lustig is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at the Juilliard School in New York City. Daysha D. Young-McDaniel and Therman McDaniel announce the birth of their son, Walter "Pierce," on July 26. Jonathan J. Passeri, M.D., and his wife, Gina, announce the recent birth of their twins, Maxwell and Eva; Passeri writes that he is a cardiologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Nicole France and William L. "Bing" Waldert Jr. announce the birth of their daughter, Charlotte Josephine, on Dec. 11.
MARRIED: Elizabeth A. Walsh and Ted Giblin, on July 7, at the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception in South Orange, N.J.
Christopher J. Caslin
B. Timothy Keller
Shelagh Foley O'Brien
Victoria C. Curran and her husband, Trevor, announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Bingham, on Jan. 18, 2006. Patrick J. Flanagan writes that he has recently been named a partner in the international law firm of Latham & Watkins — and that he has relocated to Hong Kong to start a leveraged finance practice. Capt. Sean B. Majoy, USA, who received his degree in 2006 from the Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, North Grafton, Mass., writes that he is now a captain in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps — stationed at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Toni H. Picerno, D.O., and her husband, Jim Reynolds, announce the birth of their son, James Anthony, on Sept. 18. Jose H. Reyes and his wife, Angela '96, announce the birth of their son, Xavier Thomas, on Nov. 21, 2005; Reyes adds that he has started his own business as a professional wedding photographer, with the Web site www.josereyesphotography.com. Christian G. Samito currently serves as of counsel in the Boston office of the law firm Donovan Hatem LLP; last May, he received his Ph.D. in 19th-century American history from Boston College, with the dissertation, titled "Proof of Loyalty: Irish Americans, African Americans, and the Redefinition of Citizenship During the Civil War Era."
MARRIED: Anne M. Donahue and Greg Meurer, on Oct. 7, at St. Cecilia's Church in Boston.