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1996-2006

Alumni Weddings


 


1996
Class Co-Chairs
Jennifer E. Burns
Holly R. Khachadoorian-Elia, M.D.
Christopher L. Sears

Carol A. and Joseph F. Bird announce the birth of their daughter, Katie Ann, on July 6. Nikki M. Clemente writes that she currently works for the FBI in Northern Virginia. Joanne (Correllus) Crane and her husband, Brad, announce the birth of their son, Jacob Anthony, on Nov. 10, 2005. Julie (Wright) DelPrado and her husband, Juan ’95, announce the birth of their son, Joaquin Mateo, on March 10. Carolyn Kiley-Formichelli and Paul M. Formichelli announce the birth of their son, Patrick Charles, on March 10. The Oct. 6 edition of the Boston Business Journal included a profile of Kimberly M. Steimle Gori, who was recognized by the journal as one of its “40 outstanding professionals under the age of 40”; selection was based on “business success and community contributions.” Gori serves as the vice president for marketing and business development at the Suffolk Construction Co. in Boston. Christina (Fasy) and Christopher F. Lynch announce the birth of their daughter, Catherine Lucey, on April 11. Gina M. Miele and her husband, Mariano DiFabio, announce the birth of their son, Jay Valentino Miele-DiFabio, on June 22. Tye J. Morancy writes that he recently accepted a position as lead physicist in brachytherapy at the Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Rosemary (Bonanno) and Timothy J. Stewart announce the birth of their daughter, Meghan Grace, on Aug. 2. Jeanine (O’Brien) Waldron and her husband, Brian, announce the birth of their son, Owen Michael, on May 21.

MARRIED: Kristyn S. Kusek and Jay Lewis, on April 22, in Savannah, Ga.

1997
Class Co-Chairs
Marnie J. Cambria, M.D.
Kristin M. O’Connor
Julie E. Orio

William V. “Bill” Bandoch Jr. writes that he received his executive M.B.A. last May from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Mary (Hooper) Buckley and her husband, Bill, announce the birth of their son, William Hooper Buckley, on June 8. Founder of Signs & Smiles, Buckley writes that she continues to teach “Sign with your Baby” classes and workshops for parents to learn to sign with their babies; she adds that she is expanding her business to include professional conferences for librarians, educators and childcare providers. James Christopher Carty continues to work as an engineer at Intel in Hudson, Mass. Amanda (Foster) and Carlos C. Clark announce the birth of their son, Jameson Foster Clark, on June 22. Sarah Coyle and Capt. Craig M. Clarkson, USMC, announce the birth of their daughter, Eva Lauren, on May 4; Craig recently assumed command of the Engineer Company at Marine Wing Support Squadron 272, at New River Air Station, Jackson, N.C. Nicole (Eichin) Doyle continues to work for the company, College Coach, as an education consultant. Carol McKenna Faherty is an associate in the New York City office of the law firm Kelley Drye & Warren. Clinton T. “Clint” Greenleaf III is the chairman and chief executive officer of the Greenleaf Book Group—“a publisher and distributor dedicated to independent authors and small presses,” based in Austin, Texas. Inc. Magazine, in its September issue, ranked the Greenleaf Book Group 224th on its Inc. 500 for 2006—a listing of 500 “of the nation’s fastest growing privately held businesses”; the edition also included an interview with Greenleaf as part of its “How I Did It” feature. Erica L. Hill writes that she is now working as an optometrist. Marina M. Hoffmann recently accepted the position of senior vice president, managing director, chief of staff, at Rubenstein Public Relations Inc. in New York City. Caitlin Houlihan-Kawamoto and her husband, Kensaku, announce the birth of their son, Keean, on Oct. 6. Susan (Ferguson) Jackson writes that, in May 2005, she received her master in social work degree from Salem (Mass.) State College—and adds that she is currently a licensed certified social worker, serving as a child and family clinician at Riverside Community Care. Katherine A. Genga Kay and her husband, Timothy, announce the birth of their daughter, Sophia Helen, last March. Kelly (Meno) Lochmuller writes that she is an assistant clinical professor with Duke University, Durham, N.C., where she serves as full-time faculty in the master’s program for nurse anesthesia. Rebecca (Martel) Lopez and her husband, Michael, announce the birth of their son, Matthew Benjamin, on March 15. Mark A. Marinello, M.D., writes that, upon completing his pediatric residency at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., he accepted a fellowship in pediatric critical care in Richmond, Va. Maura Collins Matthews and her husband, Steve ’95, announce the birth of their daughter, Katherine Irene, on May 11. Robert W. McDade and his wife, Heidi ’95, announce the birth of their son, Owen Clement, on Feb. 27. Marissa (Kelly) McDermott and her husband, Tom, announce the birth of their son, Patrick. Jill Jeffrey O’Connor is a librarian at Primary Source in Watertown, Mass. Erica Driscoll Ribeiro and her husband, Anderson, announce the birth of their daughter, Hannah Marjorie Antonia, on Feb. 25. Ribeiro writes that she continues to work as a realtor for Re/Max. Heather N. Sullivan received her master of arts degree in international affairs from the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Tracy D. Sullivan writes that she recently joined the corporate communications team at the independent technology and market research company Forrester Research Inc., based in Cambridge, Mass.; she adds that, as a senior public relations specialist, she is responsible for coordinating media relations for the company—promoting its research and industry analysts to various media outlets. Thomas A. Walsh and his wife, Elizabeth ’98, announce the birth of their daughter, Mary Louise, on Sept. 19.
MARRIED: James Christopher Carty and Megan Cassidy, on Oct. 15, 2005, in Bar Harbor, Maine. Erin A. Cleggett and Sean P. Munroe, on Oct. 8, 2005, at St. Mary’s Church, Quincy, Mass. Nicole C. Eichin and Timothy Doyle, on April 22, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Erica L. Hill and Joel D. DeAngelis ’95, on Oct. 9, 2005, on Cape Cod, Mass. Thuy A. LeDang and Christopher Collins, on April 8, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Carol J. McKenna and Ryan C. Faherty, on Nov. 5, 2005, at St. Patrick’s Church, Southold, N.Y. Kelly M. Meno and Charles H. Lochmuller, on May 6, at Sacred Heart Church, Stamford, Conn. Julie A. Mills and Paul Gagliardi, on May 26, in Old Saybrook, Conn.

1998
Class Co-Chairs
Christian P. Browne
Eric B. Javier
Alyssa R. MacCarthy

John M. Beczak and his wife, Laura Lee, announce the birth of their son, Cole Ryland, on July 5. Edward F. Campbell III and his wife, Antonetta, announce the birth of their daughter, Melia, on July 27; Campbell serves as a vice president of operations for Macy’s. Jennifer (Andrews) Donnelly writes that she received her M.B.A. degree in finance last May from Providence (R.I.) College and is currently working at Fidelity Investments, Boston, as an accounting manager. Anne (Cloherty) and Timothy M. Fortune announce the birth of their daughter, Nora Elizabeth, on April 15. Andrew C. Lin writes that he completed his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at Stanford (Calif.) University in January 2006 and is currently working as an analog integrated circuit design engineer for Aeluros, Inc. in Mountain View, Calif. Aileen (Hughes) Memoli is a special education teacher at the Pelham (N.Y.) Memorial High School. Anabela (Vasconcelos) Shaughnessy and her husband, Peter, announce the birth of their son, Luke Thomas, on Nov. 13, 2005; Shaughnessy continues to work on staff with the Inner-City Teaching Corps in Chicago. Elizabeth Moore Walsh and her husband, Thomas ’97, announce the birth of their daughter, Mary Louise, on Sept. 19.
MARRIED: Aileen M. Hughes and Matthew Memoli, in August 2004, at the Immaculate Conception Church, Tuckahoe, N.Y. Megan F. Pinch and Daniel Robinson, on March 18, in Tucson, Ariz. Brian T. Scott and Mary-Beth Kalafatas, on June 24, at the Immaculate Conception Parish, Weymouth, Mass.

1999
Class Co-Chairs
Margaret E. Devine
Thomas C. Soper

Erik R. Cafarella writes that he received his degree last June from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Hanover, N.H., and accepted a position at a private equity firm in Connecticut, effective this past summer. Heather (Tonkin) Callaghan teaches Spanish and serves as the director of community service at the Avon (Conn.) Old Farms School. Stephanie (Hurley) Canham and her husband, Curtis, announce the birth of their daughter, Chloe Jean, on June 2. Andrea Rodriguez Coello, who is a board certified behavior analyst with a master’s degree from Columbia University, New York City, writes that she has been working for Behavioral Concepts, Inc., for more than two years, providing consulting services to the Worcester Public Schools; she adds that her specialty is autism/PDD. Amy O’Brien Davagian and her husband, John, announce the birth of their daughter, Alison Mary, on Sept. 15. The July 16 edition of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette included a profile of Davagian in its second of nine-part “Whatever happened to …” series in the sports section—highlighting her personal, professional and athletic accomplishments. Megan (Norton) and Mark S. Eskander announce the birth of their daughter, Lucy Megan, on Sept. 29. Karen (Woodland) Flanagan and her husband, Greg, announce the birth of their daughter, Kayla Mae, on May 6. Megan (Walsh) Giaquinto and her husband, Bill, announce the birth of their son, William James, on Dec. 29, 2005. Alicia “Ali” Roberts Hawk and her husband, Charles, announce the birth of their son, Jonas, on May 12. Cristine (Picariello) Kardas and her husband, Michael ’00, announce the birth of their son, Tyler Michael, on June 28. Michelle  (Ricker) Keaney and her husband, Jonathan, announce the birth of their daughter, Emmaline Marion, on April 8. Sarah J. Laduzenski, M.D., writes that she is in the first year of her anesthesiology residency at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Capt. Griffith M. “Griff” Marshall, USMC, and his wife, Caryn, announce the birth of their son, Evan Adair Marshall, on July 19. Kathleen A. “Katie” McGurn-Cave and her husband, Colin, announce the birth of their daughter, Colleen Anne, on Sept. 30, 2005. Keith E. Murray and his wife, Michele, announce the birth of their daughter, Gianna Morgan, on Feb. 24. Michael B. Nozzolillo and his wife, Lindsay ’00, announce the birth of their son, John Bryson “Jack,” on March 15. John D. Plummer received his degree last June from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. Michael J. Schmid and his wife, Cari, announce the birth of their son, Xander, on March 17, 2006. Lt. David P. Wroe, USN, and his wife, Rachel, announce the birth of their daughter, Kaitlyn Elizabeth, in May; Wroe adds that he, with his family, has recently relocated to Virginia where he has been assigned as the engineer officer aboard the USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98). Kathleen “Katie” (Bowes) and John C. Zimmermann announce the birth of their son, Charles Andrew, on June 14.
MARRIED: Adrienne A. Agnes and Daniel Pearl, on March 4, in Huntington, N.Y. Christine A. Collins and Rob Grant, on July 1, at Holy Trinity Church in Washington, D.C. Lauren A. Desaulniers and Alexander K. Horan, on Aug. 19, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Jessica C. Shade and Clarke R. Morrison, on Sept. 16, in Falmouth, Mass. Heather A. Tonkin and Graham Callaghan, on July 29, on the campus of Avon (Conn.) Old Farms School.

2000
Class Co-Chairs
Elizabeth S. Berberich
Kathryn Remmes Martin

Sheila L. Arvikar, M.D., writes that, after receiving her degree last June from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, she accepted a residency in internal medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Christine (Carr) Carrillo and her husband, Jorge, announce the birth of their daughter, Kiara Marina, on May 19; Carrillo writes that she received her master’s in teaching degree last May from Aurora (Ill.) University and is currently serving as a Spanish teacher at the Plano (Ill.) Middle School. Sean W. Cullinan writes that, after receiving his degree last May from the Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.—and before relocating to Chicago to practice dentistry—he joined the mission group Healthcare Ministries; traveling to South Africa, he treated the dental needs of members of impoverished communities there. Maquel (Salley) Derosby is currently working as a registered nurse at the Family Medical Institute—part of the Maine General Medical Center—in Augusta. Kimberly C. Hemming writes that she is teaching French and Spanish at Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Mass. Katherine (Gundaker) “Kate” Hoffman writes that she has been promoted to project manager for the Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals marketing team in Cincinnati. Julie (Virzi) and Timothy M. Jarry announce the birth of their daughter, Cecilia Elizabeth, on April 8. Michael J. Kardas and his wife, Cristine ’99, announce the birth of their son, Tyler Michael, on June 28. Heather (McArdle) Kendra and her husband, Mike, announce the birth of their son, Christopher James, on Dec. 13, 2004. Kendra writes that she received her master’s degree in political science from Kansas State University. Megan (Dwyer) Kerr and her husband, Edward, announce the birth of their daughter, Maggie Patricia, on May 23. Daniel Webster College, Nashua, N.H., recently announced the appointment of Daniel P. Monahan as the director of admissions at the college. Lindsay (Rose) Nozzolillo and her husband, Mike ’99, announce the birth of their son, John Bryson “Jack,” on March 15. Scott A. Sanderson writes that he accepted a position, effective this past fall, as an associate in the intellectual property litigation group of the Chicago law firm Marshall Gerstein & Borun; he received his degree last May from the Northwestern University School of Law in Evanston, Ill.
MARRIED: Sarah E. Dolan and Carl W. Moeller II ’01, on May 20, at the Mystic (Conn.) Congregational Church. Rev. Katie E. Lyon and Anthony Arana, on May 6. Katherine Lyrintzis and Kostas Theodorakis, on May 6. Maquel S. Salley and Alan Derosby, on July 2, at the Moody Memorial Chapel in Hinckley, Maine. Roseanne L. Shields, M.D., and Ian S. Rogers, M.D., at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Greenwich, Conn. Angela M. Smith and John Schwenkler, on May 27, in Upper Saddle River, N.J.

2001
Class Co-Chairs
Megan K. Baroni
Catherine G. Bryan
Rusmir Music

The Aug. 20 edition of the Attleboro, Mass., newspaper Sunday Sun Chronicle included the announcement that Lindsay Ciombor Brislin recently opened her dental practice in Pawtucket, R.I., in association with Ronald Ciombor, D.D.S.; Brislin received her degree last May from the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston. Matthew C. Conroy writes that he recently accepted a position at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in Boston. Meghan E. Cuff writes that she recently completed her Ph.D. in clinical psychology—and, after graduating in June from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Boston, she is now working at two clinics in Massachusetts, specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents and families. Kara E. Reeve writes that, beginning this past fall, she has been accepted into the two-year master in city planning program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.—with a focus on environmental policy and international and regional policy and planning. Meghan M. Sinton writes that she completed her Ph.D. in human development in June at Penn State and is currently working as a postdoctoral scholar in the psychiatry department at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Margaret (Burke) Stark has begun the Ph.D. program in math education at Arizona State University.
MARRIED: Margaret K. Burke and Patrick Stark, on June 10, at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Tucson, Ariz. Carl W. Moeller II and Sarah E. Dolan ’00, on May 20, at the Mystic (Conn.) Congregational Church. Lauren N. Snayd and Robert Grosso, on June 30, in Aruba.

2002
Class Co-Chairs
Lauren M. Buonome
Peter D. McLean

Kristin M. Griffiths writes that, last May, she received her master’s degree in special education—with a concentration in severe disabilities—from Simmons College, Boston. Joseph A. Petriello, who teaches at Xavier High School in New York City, writes that he has been accepted into the Ph.D. program at the Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education, effective this past September.
MARRIED: Jesse D. Rutter and Marlayna A. Marks, on Aug. 19, at the Rockland (Maine) Congregational Church. Peter D. Summa and Mary Ann Shallet, on June 3, at St. Madeline’s Church in Philadelphia.

2003
Class Co-Chairs
Elizabeth L. Maloy
Inez C. Russo

Patrick M. Britton was recently appointed the director of admissions at Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Kurt J. Hofmann is currently attending the University of Rochester (N.Y.) School of Medicine. Jacqueline V. Martin writes that she enlisted in the Navy and is now studying Arabic at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, Calif.
MARRIED: Kurt J. Hofmann and Mary E. Lydon, on June 25, at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Norwood, Mass.

2004
Class Co-Chairs
Kathryn C. Leader
Kathryn D. Meyers
John M. O’Donnell

Meghan E. Barnes writes that she is now working as conference services manager at the Charles Hotel in Cambridge, Mass. Jennifer R. Corsilli writes that, upon graduating from Drexel University, Philadelphia, in June, with a master of science degree in publication management, she accepted a position at the Trocadero Theatre, also in Philadelphia, doing design, marketing and promotions. Anna G. Harmon writes that, effective this past fall, she accepted a position teaching kindergarten at PS 111 within the New York City public school system. Jill T. Hennigar writes that she recently received her master’s degree in education from Springfield (Mass.) College and accepted a position as a school counselor in Ledyard, Conn. Claudia J. Kulhanek writes that she completed her master’s degree in civil engineering at Columbia University in New York City and is now working as a project engineer for the Turner Construction Co., also in New York City. Brett B. McLaughlin recently noted his acceptance into the Society of Jesus of the New England Province and his beginning the novitiate (combined with the New York and Maryland provinces) in Syracuse, N.Y.—outside LeMoyne College—this past August. Erin E. O’Connell writes that she completed her master’s degree in educational policy at the University of Pennsylvania last June and subsequently joined the Philadelphia Teaching Fellows Program—accepting a position teaching eighth-grade social studies in Northwest Philadelphia beginning this past fall. Patrick M. Tigue writes that he has been accepted into the Masters of Public Policy (MPP) graduate program at Brown University, Providence, R.I., effective this past fall.

2005
Class Co-Chairs
Luz M. Colon-Rodriguez
Elizabeth B. Corridan
Jennifer L. Marcotte

Nicole M. Dominick writes that she served one year as a coordinator at the Holyoke (Mass.) Youth Commission as part of an AmeriCorps program called the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship—and that she has been accepted, effective this past August, at the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. The Aug. 23 edition of the weekly Lynnfield (Mass.) Villager newspaper included a photograph of Kathleen E. Puopolo preparing her classroom as a new teacher at the Huckleberry Hill Elementary School in Lynnfield. Adam A. Stabile is pursuing his Ph.D. in physics at SUNY-Buffalo.

2006
Lisa M. Litterio
Glenn R. McGowan
Ashley B. Scibelli

Jeanean O. Ayala is now working as a catering sales coordinator for the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

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