Jennifer E. Burns
Holly R. Khachadoorian-Elia, M.D.
Christopher L. Sears
Sara (Just) Barber-Just and Christina (Barber) Barber-Just '97 announce the birth of their twins, Henry Thomas and Jackson William, on July 1; Sara writes that she has returned to teaching English full time at Amherst (Mass.) Regional High School. Trevor A. Bonat and his wife, Stephanie, announce the birth of their daughter, Jane Elizabeth, on June 18. Jeffrey M. Dill and his wife, Stefanie '97, announce the birth of their twins, Aimee and Natalie, on July 28. Emily L. and Kevin J. Dixon announce the birth of their daughter, Caroline Louise, on July 20. Dean R. Dragoli is now working for ChemoCentryx in Mountain View Calif.; his work title is Scientist II. Carolyn Dowd and Andrew P. "Andy" Fitzpatrick announce the birth of their son, Evan Andrew, on Aug. 15; Andy serves as a senior relationship manager with the Royal Bank of Canada. Andrew P. Lannon and his wife, Cora, announce the birth of their daughter, Briana Nicole, on Nov. 10. Luciann (Poulopoulos) McMullen and her husband, Christopher, announce the birth of their daughter, Lucy Elizabeth, on July 28. The Milton Center @ Image — "a program dedicated to fostering excellence in creative writing by Christians" — recently announced that Jessica A. Murphy was the recipient of its 2006-07 postgraduate fellowship. The purpose of the fellowship is to allow "a writer of Christian commitment the necessary time and space to complete his or her book-length manuscript of poetry, fiction or creative nonfiction"; participation in the program involves spending an academic year at the center in Seattle and working with the English department at Seattle Pacific University and the editors of the quarterly journal Image. Angela E. Reyes and her husband, Jose '95, announce the birth of their son, Xavier Thomas, on Nov. 21, 2005. Katrina L. Starr-Frederick and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of their son, Alexander, in June 2004, and their daughter, Hillary, last May.
MARRIED: Meredith A. Michaud and Matthew D. Hargus, on Sept. 30, at St. Mary Church, Groton, Mass.
Marnie J. Cambria, M.D.
Kristin M. O'Connor
Julie E. Orio
Meagan M. Bacharach writes that, after receiving her degree from the school of medicine at the Uniformed Services University in 2003, she was commissioned as a captain in the Army; Bacharach adds that, following the completion of her residency in internal medicine in Augusta, Ga., last June, she relocated to Washington, D.C., where she was selected for a nephrology fellowship. Christina (Barber) Barber-Just and Sara (Just) Barber-Just '96 announce the birth of their twins, Henry Thomas and Jackson William, on July 1; Christina writes that she is now working from home as a freelance editor and writer. Kathleen LaScola Bodenrader and her husband, Mike, announce the birth of their son, Cameron Michael, on Oct. 1. Elizabeth A. Cafferty writes that she was recently appointed to the new post of director of United Kingdom operations for Women for Women International, an organization dedicated to assisting women in postconflict regions rebuild their lives; Cafferty's responsibilities as director included opening a London-based office. Christopher A. Crean, M.D., is now an attending physician in the emergency departments of the UMass Memorial Medical Center's University and Memorial campuses in Worcester. Theresa Amalfitano Crean continues to work part time as an American Sign Language interpreter. Erica (Robbins) Cronan and her husband, Earl, announce the birth of their daughter, Madison Rae, on Sept. 10; Cronan continues to serve as a marketing manager at Brine, Inc., a soccer, lacrosse and field hockey sports equipment manufacturer in Milford, Mass. Stefanie Raymond Dill and her husband, Jeff '96, announce the birth of their twins, Aimee and Natalie, on July 28. Timothy F. Doyle writes that he began his residency in ophthalmology last July in Philadelphia. Bryan F. Durand and his wife, Megan, announce the birth of their daughter, Caitlyn Elizabeth, on April 5, 2006. Susan S. Dwyer, who received her degree from the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington last May, currently serves as a deputy attorney general with the Delaware Department of Justice, working as a criminal prosecutor. J. Patrick English and his wife, Nina, announce the birth of their daughter, Maria, on Jan. 19, 2006; English writes that he has left the Marine Corps and is now pursuing his M.B.A. at Tulane University in New Orleans. Daniel J. Gallo and his wife, Audrey '99, announce the birth of their son, Nathan Thomas, on Feb. 20, 2006. Amanda (Domijan) Goerke writes that she has been with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals for eight years. Amy D. Kaiser writes that she currently works for TIAA-CREF as a senior marketing manager, specializing in online marketing. Holly Bedrosian MacDonald continues to work as a systems engineer at Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems in Woburn, Mass. Margaret Orser McGuire and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of their son, Andrew, on Sept. 18; McGuire writes that she continues to work part time as a pediatric occupational therapist — and that she is now self-employed in private practice. Thomas S. Monahan III, M.D., writes that he is completing his general surgery training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston — prior to undertaking a fellowship in vascular surgery. Justin M. Opitz writes that he has been working for Neiman Marcus in Dallas for the past eight years; he currently serves as a buyer in the men's division. Anne (Murphy) Parker and her husband, Tom, announce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth "Lizzie," on June 15. Phyllis (Renda) Ruiz and her husband, William, announce the birth of their son, William Elijah, on July 19, 2005. Sarah McSweeney Ryan, M.D., and her husband, Ben, announce the birth of their daughter, Jane, in September. Kathleen "Katie" Keller Smith currently works as the director of the MercyWorks Volunteer Program at the Mercy Home for Boys & Girls in Chicago. Mary (Miller) and Christopher M. Valentino announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Christopher, on Aug. 21. Kelly (Nordt) Williams and her husband, Chad, announce the birth of their daughter, Maeve Elizabeth, on July 6. Williams writes that she is currently working as a pediatric occupational therapist in a school system and clinic. Benjamin "Benji" Zawacki writes that he continues to work with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees in Thailand.
MARRIED: Holly E. Bedrosian and Brian MacDonald, on July 30, 2005, in Salem, N.H. Amanda C. Domijan and Fred Goerke Jr., on Aug. 26, in Hartford, Conn. Amy D. Kaiser and Matthew Mancuso, on Dec. 3, 2005, at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in New York City. Kathleen B. "Katie" Keller and Matt Smith, on Sept. 23, at Our Lady of the Pillar Church in St. Louis. Thomas S. Monahan III, M.D., and Linda Wong, on Sept. 16, at St. Mary's Church in Scituate, Mass. Brian R. Newkirk and Mercedes B. Ramirez '98, on July 29, at Immaculate Conception Church, Marlborough, Mass.
Christian P. Browne
Eric B. Javier
Alyssa R. MacCarthy
Kathleen B. Faggella-Luby is a graduate student at Boston College, studying social work and pastoral ministry. Michael N. Faggella-Luby, an assistant professor in the department of educational psychology at the University of Connecticut, writes that he was selected as the recipient of the 2006 Outstanding Researcher Award from the Council for Learning Disabilities last October. Lt. Scott W. Larson, USN, writes that he recently assumed command of the Patrol Coastal USS Typhoon (PC 5). Amy (Wise) Lawler and her husband, Darren, announce the birth of their daughter, Madigan Kayleigh, on Oct. 19. Kerry P. Mahon Jr., who received his Ph.D. in chemistry last August from Boston College, notes that he has accepted a postdoctoral research position at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Sara (Curtin) and Timothy M. Mulcahy announce the birth of their daughter, Meghan Rose, on Oct. 8, 2005. Andrea L. Nicolay, who received her master's degree in library science last June from the Queens College Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Flushing, N.Y., is now working as a librarian at The New York Public Library. Rachael (Coyne) and Michael G. O'Toole, D.M.D., announce the birth of their daughter, Maeve Olwen, on Oct. 12. Melissa (Whitcher) Peterson and her husband, Steve, announce the birth of their fraternal twin girls, Madison and Kendal, on Sept. 14. Michael B. Robinson and his wife, Julie, announce the birth of their daughter, Madeline Isabelle, on July 24. Bryan T. Sohayda writes that he recently relocated to the Washington, D.C., area in order to accept a consultant position with Accenture.
MARRIED: Stephanie J. LeClair and Scott Spindler, on Sept. 16, in Sturbridge, Mass. Mercedes B. Ramirez and Brian R. Newkirk '97, on July 29, at Immaculate Conception Church, Marlborough, Mass.
Margaret E. Devine
Timothy E. Horton
Thomas C. Soper
Ashling Ahern Besgen and her husband, Matthew, announce the birth of their daughter, Madeline Gail, on Oct. 12. Daniel C. Boland writes that he is pursuing his master's degree in special education, with a concentration in emotional and behavioral disorders, at the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C. Audrey (Cedrone) Gallo and her husband, Dan '97, announce the birth of their son, Nathan Thomas, on Feb. 20, 2006. Michael E. Holzapfel, an associate in the Red Bank office of the Livingston, N.J.-based law firm Becker Meisel L.L.C., was recently named a 2006 "Rising Star" by New Jersey Monthly magazine and New Jersey Super Lawyers magazine; the honor recognizes approximately 2.5 percent of the state's attorneys who are either 40 years old or younger or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. Sara (Slater) Kellogg and her husband, Matthew, announce the birth of their son, William Slater Kellogg, on Nov. 28. Timothy D. Lyons writes that he is the director of technology and a music teacher at a private high school in Washington, D.C. Matthew J. McDonough writes that he is in his fifth year as an assistant district attorney in Norfolk County, Mass. — prosecuting repeat offenders from the state prison system. Michael A. Pasqua and his wife, Jessie, announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Grace, on Sept. 22. Jennifer (Jenkins) Powers and her husband, Shane, announce the birth of their daughter, Katherine Elizabeth, on Oct. 22. Todd F. Schettini writes that he completed his master of science degree in the health sciences at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) last May and is currently pursuing his master of public health degree at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst; he adds that he continues to serve as a lieutenant and health/safety officer of the Shelton, Conn., Ambulance Corps while working for Pfizer as a senior TSR for the oncology division. Schettini had been deployed with Connecticut's Department of Homeland Security/FEMA disaster medical response team — called CT1-DMAT — for hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Catherine E. "Kate" McCorkle and Jared L. Stauffer announce the birth of their daughter, Evelyn Florence, on March 29, 2006. Matthew R. Steinberg and his wife, Emily, announce the birth of their son, Theodore "Teddy" Robert, on July 28.
MARRIED: Timothy D. Lyons and Moira E. McLaughlin, on Oct. 15, 2005. Andrea E. Merkle and Omar Williams, on Sept. 30, in Wethersfield, Conn. Richard H. Wesolowski and Stacy Mark, on Aug. 26, in White Plains, N.Y.
Elizabeth S. Berberich
Lauren K. Bylinski
Kathryn Remmes Martin
Leah H. Byrne writes that she is now working as a client coordinator for CLG, Inc., a consulting firm in Morgantown, W. Va. Laine (Kittredge) Lovell and her husband, Kurt, announce the birth of their daughter, McKenna Rose, on July 9. Thomas N. Lyons III writes that he recently joined the Hartford, Conn., law firm Gordon, Muir & Foley. Sarah E. Parker writes that she has recently joined the New York City office of the law firm Withers Bergman LLP in its new commercial litigation department — focusing in business litigation, art law, employment matters and IP/trademark/licensing. Nicole (Gribbons) Prisby serves as an occupational therapist at EPOCH Senior Living in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Zvenislava "Zvinka" Gutnikevich Wolynetz writes that she recently received a second bachelor's degree in nursing science from Pace University — and adds that she has been working for the past three years in the admissions department of Northern Westchester Hospital in New York.
MARRIED: Leah H. Byrne and Brian McAllister, on July 3, at St. John's University Parish in Morgantown, W. Va. Nicole L. Gribbons and Edward Prisby, on July 8, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Zvenislava "Zvinka" Gutnikevich and James W. Wolynetz Jr., on June 24, at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church in Kerhonkson, N.Y. Andrew T. Norton and Lynn Carroll, on Oct. 14.
Megan K. Baroni
Catherine G. Bryan
Mary Kathryn "Katie" Medley, who received her degree last May from the Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, Wash., writes that she has a one-year judicial clerkship in Wenatchee, Wash. Julieanne P. "Julie" Sees, a student at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine-Midwestern University, in Downers Grove, Ill., writes that she has been matched to UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine, for residency in orthopedic surgery.
Lauren M. Buonome
Peter D. McLean
Katherine R. Barker writes that she is working as a reporter for a television station in Charlotte, N.C. Jeffrey P. Boden notes his recent acceptance into the biomedical science program at the University of Miami, toward the pursuit of his Ph.D. Kelly E. Holmes currently serves as the assistant director of admission at the Stevenson School, a ninth-to-12th grade boarding and day school in Pebble Beach, Calif. Natalya V. Kascheef writes that, since receiving her degree from the University of Bridgeport (Conn.) College of Chiropractic last spring, she has been working in an established practice in Cumberland, R.I. Last July, Patrick T. Maloney became an assistant director of admissions at Holy Cross.
MARRIED: Meredith P. Magee and David J. Donnelly '03, on July 22, in Woodbury, Conn. Patrick T. Maloney and Kristine M. Caputo, on Nov. 18, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Rachel E. Wood and Alex Garay, on June 3.
Elizabeth L. Maloy
Inez C. McGowan
George A. Burke has been named press secretary to U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy of New York's Fourth Congressional District; Burke had taken a leave of absence last fall from his former position of legislative assistant to serve as manager of McCarthy's re-election campaign. He is also playing baseball for the Potomac Hawks of Northern Virginia. Michael J. Fedigan is in the final year of an M.B.A. program at Baruch College/CUNY — specializing in finance and real estate. Robert S. "Rob" LeBlanc writes that he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in English at the University of Rhode Island and, also, serving as an adjunct English instructor at Anna Maria College in Paxton, Mass. Seana B. O'Connell is pursuing her master of education degree in mathematics at the Columbia University Teachers College in New York City. Lt. j.g. Christopher A. Torres, USN, writes that he is on his second deployment, conducting diplomacy and anti-terrorism operations in the Mediterranean and Western Africa; he adds that, upon his return in May and promotion to lieutenant, he has been accepted to a position at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., teaching navigation and seamanship.
MARRIED: David J. Donnelly and Meredith P. Magee '02, on July 22, in Woodbury, Conn.
Kathryn C. Leader
Kathryn D. Meyers
John M. O'Donnell
Katherine A. Bagdis, who is the head of the professional women's services team at the AspenCross Financial Group in Westborough, Mass., was recently appointed vice president of finance for the Boston Women's Network. Dara A. Ely recently joined the athletic department of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., as an assistant sports information director. Matthew S. Galligan writes that he accepted a position with MetLife as a tax analyst in its annuities division. Mark W. Milone is working in commercial property management for CB Richard Ellis in Boston. Sara Janecko Milone, who received her master's degree in education last May from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, is now pursuing her master's degree in divinity at the Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass. Meaghan K. Nelan is currently attending the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Kyle N. Thornton writes that he is living in Providence, R.I., and continuing to work for IBM.
MARRIED: Sara R. Janecko and Mark W. Milone, on July 29, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel.
Luz M. Colon-Rodriguez
Elizabeth B. Corridan
Jennifer L. Marcotte
Meaghan L. Fallon writes that she is now working in the Hartford, Conn., office of Deloitte and Touche. Carly K. Fowler writes that she has been accepted into the master's degree program in law and diplomacy at The Fletcher School of Tufts University, Medford, Mass. Elizabeth L. Frisoli notes that she recently accepted a position with the New England Sports Network (NESN) in Boston. Robert H. Guido writes that he is a pricing analyst at Rockefeller & Co., Inc., in New York City. Rebecca C. Hoffman writes that she is attending law school at SUNY-Buffalo. Joseph T. Nawrocki notes that he is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana; his field of study is political science, with a focus on political theory. Melissa E. Nunnenkamp writes that she is currently attending the Boston University School of Law. Celia (Spence) Ozereko and her husband, Jarrod, announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe, on Oct. 19. Noah A. Shier, who received his bachelor of science in mechanical engineering degree from Columbia University, New York City, as part of the combined-plan engineering program at Holy Cross, notes that he is currently serving as a reliability engineer at Hasbro Toys, Providence, R.I., while pursuing his master of science in engineering management degree part time at Columbia. Melissa L. Sousa writes that she is now a political appointee for the Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C., serving as a confidential assistant in the Office of the Secretary. Sara A. Swillo, who has been working at Assumption College since last August as the assistant director of student activities, is also completing her master's degree at Springfield (Mass.) College.
MARRIED: Joseph T. Nawrocki and Hilary Ayers, on June 24. Krista J. Yarashefski and Matt Haith.
Lisa M. Litterio
Glenn R. McGowan
Ashley B. Scibelli
Bryan J. Anderson notes that he is currently working as a retirement investment specialist for Fidelity Investments in Marlborough, Mass. Sara B. Barrett writes that she was a volunteer coordinator for the Allianz Championship, a PGA Champions Tour event held in Boca Raton, Fla. Katy E. Bart notes that she is currently working as an auditor at Ernst & Young in Stamford, Conn. Laura M. Bridge writes that she is attending the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Alison M. Brown notes that she is studying applied mathematics at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Shannon R. Bush writes that, in addition to serving as an assistant basketball coach at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., she is pursuing her master's degree in education. Lila Clark notes that she is teaching seventh-grade language arts in Baltimore City through Teach For America. Nicole B. Comi writes that she is attending the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Danielle Conboy notes that she is serving as a corporate sales assistant at Condé Nast Publications in New York City. Nicole M. Dessingue writes that she is working for the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association as a marketing and communications manager. Sara M. DiCiccio notes that she is working at BDO Seidman, LLP, in Chicago. Elizabeth S. Doherty writes that she is working for Interep National Radio Sales. James L. Dolan notes that he is currently pursuing his master's degree in international and European politics at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Caitlin D. Dowd writes that she is working at Northwest Catholic High School in West Hartford, Conn., as an assistant director of advancement and alumni relations. Erin A. Duggan notes that she is now an assistant media planner at Universal McCann in New York City. Edward B. Elliott writes that he is a novice at the English Benedictine Abbey of Saint Mary and Saint Louis. Caitlin (LoCascio) Ferraro notes that she is attending the University of Maine School of Law and, also, working at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, both in Portland, Maine. Emily I. Ferris writes that she is a sales coordinator for Millennium Broadway in New York City. Meghan E. "Meg" Frazier notes that she is working at Merrill Lynch in Boston. John J. "Jack" Hanlon writes that he is working for Pfizer in Dublin, Ireland. Helene F. Horan notes that she is working at Meredith & Grew as a commercial real estate broker in downtown Boston. Meghan L. Kenney writes that she is pursuing her master's degree in student development in higher education at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain; Kenney adds that she is also working at the university as a graduate intern and program adviser in the Office of Student Activities/Leadership Development. Brian R. LaRochelle notes that he is now working for the city of New York as an investigator for the Civilian Complaint Review Board — a mayoral agency that investigates alleged misconduct by members of the New York Police Department. Toma S. Lazar writes that he is serving as the IT administrator in the Conshohocken, Pa., division of Halifax, Inc., and, also, pursuing his master of science degree in information science. Peter J. LeBlanc notes that he is now working as a financial analyst at Pratt & Whitney in East Hartford, Conn. Nicole M. Loughlin writes that she is attending Suffolk University Law School and working for Jager Smith P.C. in Boston. Craig R. Lowell notes that he is now writing for NBA TV. Emily A. Mackell writes that she is serving as a project associate for the communications firm Dunleavy & Associates in Philadelphia. James M. McCloud notes the he is working in advertising sales at the College Sports Television network in New York City. Monica R. McLeggon writes that she is currently doing publicity at Island/Def Jam in New York City. Frederick A. McRoberts II notes that he is attending the Syracuse (N.Y.) University School of Law. Jennifer S. Murphy writes that she is working at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, in the allergy department. Nathaniel T. Murray notes that he is studying languages and translation at the University of Florida. Adam W. Najarian writes that he is pursuing his master's degree in military history at Temple University in Philadelphia. Mark J. Newton notes that he is now working in New York City as the business manager at the Bravo Group — the Hispanic ad division of the international advertising agency Young & Rubicam. Kyla A. O'Neill writes that she is teaching kindergarten at the Shore Country Day School in Beverly, Mass. Katherine E. Petersen notes that she is pursuing her master's degree in nursing at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. Walter J. Phifer writes that he is working with Deloitte & Touche, LLP, in Philadelphia. Heather K. Pilarcik-Murawski notes that she is working at the Nativity House in Tacoma, Wash., as part of the JVC-Northwest. Carissa L. Prosnitz writes that she started working last September at Greater Boston Legal Services as a paralegal through AmeriCorps. Alison C. Quinn notes that she is currently volunteering in Duran, Ecuador, assisting patients with Hansen's disease at a local hospital and running an after-school program in her neighborhood. Valeria Riccioli writes that she is now working at the FOX News Channel as a production assistant. Noah L. Spaulding notes that he is attending Boston College Law School. Jessica J. Spink writes that she is working in the capital giving department of alumni affairs and development at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Anna E. Suojanen notes that she is serving as an AmeriCorps member in the immigration legal clinic at the International Institute of Boston. Murray Tang writes that he is a pharmaceutical representative for Novartis Pharmaceuticals in Norwich, Conn. Brian J. Viola notes that he is currently serving as the combat information center officer aboard the USS Robert G. Bradley — that is deployed to Central and South America.