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  Class Notes
     
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1990-1999

 


1990 
Class Co-Chairs 
John P. Faggiano 
Camille A. Gartner 
Mary Buckley-Harmon and her husband, Steve, announce the birth of their daughter, Leah Elizabeth, on Feb. 13. Lisa (Demko) Cohen and her husband, Mitch, announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Harris, on Jan. 23. Susan (Ashe) Dudley and her husband, Dane, announce the birth of their son, John Patrick, on May 10. Kim Morrow Laguzza is an attorney with the San Francisco, Calif., law firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal. JoAnn J. Maroto, M.D., is a hospitalist at Danbury (Conn.) Hospital. Rev. Michael C. Randone, who is parochial vicar of St. Michael's Church, North Andover, Mass., also serves as the chaplain for the North Andover police and fire departments. Kathleen Butler Smith and her husband, James, announce the birth of their son, James Patrick IV, on July 24.  
MARRIED: Karen Hoffman and Michael J. Bonney, on May 8, at Holy Innocents Roman Catholic Church in Neptune, N.J. Kim A. Morrow and Gian-Carlo Laguzza, at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Greenwich, Conn., on Oct. 10, 1998.  

1991 
Class Co-Chairs 
Peter J. Capizzi 
Kristin M. Kraeger 
By George Grattan: 
Dear Classmates: 
Be Careful What You Ask For Department: Many classmates have responded to recent calls here and in our class letter for more green slips and more information. Taking the cake and the bakery it came from this time, however, is Katie Connorton, who really ought to consider private investigation as a career. Katie writes: "Sue Stewart Durkin and her husband, John '90, had a baby boy named John "Jack" in April. Erin Cahill O'Hearn and her husband, John, had a baby boy, also named John, in February. Caroline Kersten Delaney and Mike Delaney recently bought a house in Manchester, N.H. Kate Carrington just bought an apartment in New York City and is working at Spin Magazine. Meg O'Hara and John Sasso bought a house in Long Beach, L.I. - John is graduating from Hofstra University in May with an M.B.A. and Meg continues to work at HBO. Last year her documentary Roe V. Wade (which she co-wrote, co-directed and co-produced) was bought and aired on CineMax.  Tere Matta and her husband Ian had a baby girl named Sophia. Stephanie Bormann is still with Hewlett-Packard in San Diego and just bought a condo. Anne Riley, who is back in Seattle, has graduated from law school, and is clerking for a judge. Kellie Donnelly left the U.S. Department of Interior recently and is now with the Washington, D.C., firm of Verner and Liipfert. Caitlyn Gilhooly Parker and her husband have moved to Seattle, where he's stationed with the Air Force. Katie Morris, who is living in New York City, works for Sumitomo Corp., and is in her second year at Stern Business School." Whew! It seems that the Katies (Connorton and Morris) garnered much of the preceding information enjoying springtime margaritas on a balcony in D.C., which just proves that a blender and an open ear are valuable commodities in that town. Katie (Connorton) and her husband, Mike Fogarty, provided the balcony and the blender. Mike's working at America Online and has just finished an M.B.A. program at the University of Maryland; Katie's graduating from American University with a masters in (you guessed it) broadcast journalism this July. Thanks for all the info, Katie. Megan Clark writes to let us know that she's now practicing labor/employment law in her hometown of Cincinnati, and that she recently spent some time in Paris with Eileen Hattan (who was taking a break - or is that a junket? - from her job working for Senator Kohl of Wisconsin). Megan's also bought a house and, having turned 30 like so many of us, is "finally accepting that adulthood has arrived." (Did I miss the memo on that?) C'mon Megan, you'll always have Paris! Want a second opinion in the D.C. area? Check with any of these classmates: Amy Burke is in her medical residency at Georgetown University, and Tim Donahue is spending his third year of urology residency at Bethesda Naval Hospital. Tim reports that Mark Miller and Mike Biondi are also at Bethesda.  Tim and his wife, Christine (who's a pathologist at Johns Hopkins University), seems to manage a mini-menagerie at home: two dogs and six fish.  (That's either a line from a Dr. Seuss book or a great name for an alternative Rock band.) Being Shown the Money is Doug Lilly, who just became an agent with the National Football League. Doug, also an attorney, represents artists and business managers in the entertainment industry, so he's going to have to sue me for the Jerry Maguire copyright infringement above. Doug tells us that he sees Gerry Giaimo in court on occasion, but declines to elaborate; we can only assume the worst: Gerry is a courthouse groupie. Anne Marie Lizzi is now the production manager of Time Warner Advertising in Albany, N.Y., and serves as the Albany Chapter President of American Women in Radio and Television. Anne has run into Lisa (Duffy) Dilley, Mary Frances Carney, and her old roommate, Kim Davis-Basso, over the past few months. And rounding out the general bits of news is a guy who has no excuse for spelling his boss' name wrong: Joe Spillane, formerly an A.D.A. in Worcester, has joined the Worcester firm of Spillane and Spillane, LLP. When caught performing an unauthorized musical number with some wacky neighbors named Fred and Ethel down at the courthouse, Joe was told he had a lot of 'spillane-in to do.  (Hmmm, first I swipe a Cuba Gooding Jr. line, then throw a Ricky Ricardo reference . geez! There's almost a motif going here.) Weddings, Weddings, Oh We've Got Your Weddings Right Here: Tom Weber D.M.D. and his wife, Elizabeth Ann, were married in Florida on Nov. 28, and then sank their teeth into a honeymoon in Costa Rica. (Thus almost giving me a Cuban pun trifecta, but not quite.) Tom raves about the cigars, the rain forests, and the waves of Costa Rica, but wasn't thrilled with the roads. Well, Tom, the road doesn't always rise up to meet you, sometimes it plunges you off a switchback into a ravine. Chris Farrell and Kurt Grochowski were married by Holy Cross' Fred Enman, S.J., in September 1998 and had Ann Farrell Leslie, Maura Damiata, Rose Baker, Maureen Cavanaugh, Roseanne Achin-Houseman and Caroline Edward Kurzwell as attendants and guests . Marty Teevan and Shevaun Mellifont were married in Holmdel, N.J., on Apr. 17 . Julie Solinski joined Robert J. Faller Jr. at the altar on Dec. 5 in White Plains, N.Y. Thomas B. Miller married Wendy Ann Messina in Fairfield, Conn. on May 23, 1998 . Rosemarie DeCicco and David Crowley '92 were wed on Oct. 18, . and the dual '91 couple of Lisa Dunn and Sean Mckeon made things legal on June 27, 1998 in St. Joseph Chapel. And now, the moment that none of you are waiting for: an update on the contest for the most unusual greenslip. Given the absolutely underwhelming number of entries thus far, I've decided to extend the judging period - look for the winners (and losers worthy of honorable mention) next time.  

1992 
Class Chair 
Renee L. Martin 
Nicholas J. Aieta, who is completing his Ph.D. in American history at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, is an adjunct professor at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, and a full-time history teacher at St. Cecilia Academy in Nashville. Stephanie K., M.D., and Michael S. Fowler, M.D., announce the birth of their daughter, Amanda Victoria, on Nov. 8, 1998. Stephanie, who recently completed her family practice residency at Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., has accepted a position in private practice. Michael, who completed his internal medicine residency at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., has accepted a cardiology fellowship at Hartford (Conn.) Hospital. Heather (Fouche) and Sean T. Keaveny announce the birth of their daughter, Caitlin Elizabeth, on March 31. Mark A. LaCamera is an equities trader at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in New York City. Laura Macca, who received her master's degree in taxation from the University of Hartford, is working as a senior tax manager for Deloitte & Touche in Hartford, Conn. Her responsibilities also include overseeing Deloitte and Touche's efforts to familiarize employees in the Hartford office with the company's programs, such as flexible work schedules, career planning and development, mentoring and networking. Laureen (Miffitt) McGourty and her husband, Sean, announce the birth of their daughter, Julia Grace, on June 17. Kerry Robertson O'Brien and her husband, Tim '91, announce the birth of their daughter, Ciaran Patricia, on Nov. 15, 1998. O'Brien, who received her M.P.H. degree from Columbia University, is now coordinating the disease management programs at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. In May, Suzanne M. O'Conor received her degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Erin Kelly Regan, who is a second-year law student at St. John's University, has accepted a postgraduate clerkship with U.S. District Court Judge Richard Conway Casey '55, in New York City. John J. Richard is now working as a portfolio manager at State Street Global Advisors, Boston. Sean W. Sullivan and his wife, Sarah '93, announce the birth of their son, Seth Robert, on March 10. Michelle R. Tourigny recently received her Ph.D. in immunology from the Joan and Sanford Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University in New York City; she is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow, studying the causes of B-cell cancers such as multiple myeloma.  
MARRIED: Nicholas J. Aieta and Janelle Strandberg, on May 23, 1998, in Lincoln, Neb. Christina E. Boyle and Michael R. Cush, on July 17, at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in New York. Tracey L. Cadigan and Marc C. Cammarota, on Oct. 17, 1998, at Holy Trinity Abbey, Adare, County Limerick, Ireland. Mark A. LaCamera and Nicole M. Asselin at Assumption Church in Chicopee, Mass. Christina J. Reilly and Scott A. Bell '91, on June 13, 1998, at St. John the Evangelist Church in Schenectady, N.Y.  

1993 
Class Co-Chairs 
Patrick J. Comerford 
Patrick J. Sansonetti 
Matthew T. Abbott, who received his M.B.A. in June from Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Chicago, Ill., accepted a position with Credit Suisse First Boston in New York City, in its fixed income division. Danielle Tobia Albushies, M.D., who received her degree from Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, N.H., in June, accepted an ob/gyn residency at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, N.Y. Thomas J. Beall is now working in sales for Cisco Systems in Maryland. Sharon L. Beresik teaches high school physics in Oxford, Mass. Kimberly A. Brimus is a legal product manager at First Data Investor Services Group in Boston. J. Philip Calabrese and his wife, Becky, announce the birth of their son, Nathaniel Bynum, on May 15. Kristin Bergin Fitzpatrick and her husband, Jim, announce the birth of their daughter, Claire Elisabeth, on March 21. Colleen (Deters) Gilroy and her husband, John, announce the birth of their son, John Patrick, on May 27. Scott M. Graham received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from Kirksville (Mo.) College of Osteopathic Medicine; he is an intern at Union (N.J.) Hospital. Wendy S. Kennedy has joined the law firm of Pepe & Hazard, Hartford, Conn., as an associate. Andrea Shea McGinn and her husband, Jay, announce the birth of their son, Evan William, on April 21. John P. Nowak is currently attending the University of Richmond School of Law in Richmond, Va. Genevieve M. Schmitt, who received her doctor of medicine degree in 1998 from the Medical College of Wisconsin, interned at the University of Maryland in Baltimore; she accepted a residency in neurology at the University of Maryland effective in July. Kathryn M. Sisk recently earned tenure in her position as a seventh-grade language arts teacher in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Martin D. Spielmann, D.M.D., who is finishing his general practice residency at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Conn., accepted a position with the Walpole (Mass.) Dental Associates. Sarah (Mick) Sullivan and her husband, Sean '92, announce the birth of their son, Seth Robert, on March 10. Elena V. Vasile, who received her M.B.A. in marketing from the Fordham University Graduate School of Business in May, is currently working at Cablevision Systems Corp. in Bethpage, N.Y., as director of video products in the product management and marketing divisions.  
MARRIED: Scott P. Blanchette and Jennifer J. Leach '94, on May 22, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Earl A. Bueno and Theresa Josef, on June 13, 1998, at St. John of the Cross Church, Middlebury, Conn. Patrick M. Mungovan and Jennifer A. Lanctot, on Sept. 6, 1998, in the Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Boston College in Newton. Sara C. Naill and Andrew W. Sullivan, in August 1998, on Cape Cod, Mass. Joseph V. O'Connor and Margot S. Fell, on May 22, 1999, at St. Thomas More Roman Catholic Church in New York. Margaret E. Schaefer and John Farra, on March 21, 1998, in Park Ridge, Ill. Nancy J. Snow and Theodore F. Villa at St. Pius X Church in South Yarmouth, Mass. Danielle M. Tobia, M.D., and Thomas Albushies, M.D., on May 8.  

1994 
Class Co-Chairs 
Julia F. Gentile 
Amanda M. Murphy 
Jennifer (Leach) Blanchette is currently a trader of international equities with MFS Investment Management in Boston. Kevin R. Bonanno teaches seventh grade social studies in Syosset, N.Y., and coaches high school baseball. In June, Ellen E. DeMarco received her doctor of osteopathy degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford, Maine. Christopher P. Dowd is currently completing his second year of medical school. Matthew B. Dudley is currently an M.B.A. candidate at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Moftah El-Ghadi, who received his degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in May, is currently doing his internship at Dana Farber, Brigham & Womens and Massachusetts General hospitals. Joshua R. Farrell recently completed work on his Ph.D. in chemistry at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Kerry B. Grennan, who has been working in the Massachusetts Correctional Institution at Framingham since December 1997, is the coordinator of the Massachusetts Prison HIV Awareness Project, a program funded by the Department of Public Health to provide HIV testing, education and case management. Maureen E. Haugh is now working for Intertel Publishing, Chicago, Ill., doing marketing on telecommunications trade magazines. Chiara Merlini Kuhns is now working at West Lake Conservators Ltd., Skaneateles, N.Y., as a professional paintings conservator. Michael K. Mahoney is an attorney with Hale & Dorr in Boston. Robert T. Milanette has joined the Boston law firm of Warner & Stackpole as an associate in the litigation department; he concentrates his practice in general civil litigation, securities litigation, shareholder and breach of contract disputes and employment-related matters. Anne Marie Murphy is now a technical support analyst for Carreker-Antinori Inc. Raymond A. Murphy III is now a software quality engineer at Vectis Corp. in Waltham, Mass. Capt. Joel P. Poudrier, USMC, is currently assigned to Marine Corps recruiting station, Twin Cities. Jennifer (Lindwall) Schwab is a pediatric resident at Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford. Michael C. Shutowick and his wife, Melissa, announce the birth of their son, Ryan Michael, on Jan. 5. Shutowick is an independent investment advisor in South Florida. Kathleen (Keating) Strottman, who relocated to Washington, D.C., is serving as a special assistant to U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu from Louisiana.  
MARRIED: Jennifer J. Leach and Scott P. Blanchette '93, on May 22, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Jennifer I. Leonard and Kenneth Barnes on Nov. 7, 1998. Chiara G. Merlini and Christopher C. Kuhns on Aug. 22, 1998. Justin F.X. Picciano and Stacey A. Law, on April 24, at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Norwood, Mass.

1995 
Class Co-Chairs 
Christopher J. Caslin 
Shelagh A. Foley 
B. Timothy Keller 
Julie A. Bastarache received her degree from the Vanderbilt School of Medicine, Nashville, Tenn. Michael M. Calorossi, who works at Lifecodes Corp., Stamford, Conn., as an HLA laboratory supervisor, is currently pursuing his master's degree in molecular biology/biochemistry at New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y. Nicole M. Chandler, who received her degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in June, has accepted a residency in general surgery at St. Louis (Mo.) University. Jeffrey T. Cote, who received his degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, accepted a residency in family practice at the Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. Stephanie A. Crescio continues to work as a pension administrator with the New York City law firm of Kelley, Drye & Warren. Eileen K. D'Alessandro is now working for MCI Worldcom in New York City as a conferencing field specialist. George N. Davilas, who graduated in the spring from the Syracuse (N.Y.) University College of Law and the broadcast journalism master's degree program at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, is now working for Court TV in New York City. Susan A. Fani has received her juris doctor degree from the Fordham University School of Law in New York City. Matthew J. Fitzgibbons, who teaches Spanish at Xaverian Brothers High School, Westwood, Mass., recently led student groups to Ecuador and Spain. Fitzgibbons, who is currently pursuing his master's degree in Spanish from Middlebury (Vt.) College, taught English and music last summer at an international school in Lincoln, Mass. Susan E. Hasman, who is completing her master of arts degree in national security studies at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, continues to work full time for CAS, Inc. in weapons systems analysis. Hasman also serves as a senior editor for The National Security Studies Quarterly. Sabatino F. Leo has been commissioned into the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps with the rank of lieutenant junior grade. Lynn A. Liberatore is working as a physical therapist at the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island in Pawtucket. James J. Lyons accepted an internal medicine residency at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. Capt. Peter J. Mahoney, USMC, who was promoted to the rank of captain in June, has been accepted into the material logistics support management master's program at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif. Toni H. Picerno, who received her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree in June from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford, Maine, accepted a pediatrics residency at Driscoll Children's Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas. Christine E. Radice is an associate web editor at Lawyers Weekly Publications in Boston. Caitlin Scanlon is now working for the Appalachian Mountain Club at Pinkham Notch (N.H.) Visitors' Center. Rupal S. Shah accepted a position with Hebb & Gitlin in Hartford, Conn. Rose A. Shorter accepted a residency in internal medicine at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass. Patrick J. and Elizabeth R. (Beth) Slattery announce the birth of their daughter, Michaela Camille, on Feb. 10. Thomas J. Sullivan Jr. is completing his third year of a joint juris doctor-Ph.D. program at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Jennifer S. Thompson is pursuing her Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.  
MARRIED: Julie A. Bastarache and Daniel R. Prudhomme, on May 29, at St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Turners Falls, Mass. Tara A. Cocozza and Gary M. Duvall, on March 13, at St. Joseph Church, Ballardvale, Mass. Kristopher R. Davignon and Kettie Sbrilli '96, on May 8, at St. Jude's Church, Freeport, Maine. Kelly A. Smith and Michael A. Scuderi, at St. Jude's Church, Norfolk, Mass.  

1996
Class Co-Chairs
Jennifer E. Burns
Holly R. Khachadoorian
Christopher L. Sears
Daria J. Blake is now a project specialist with the Portsmouth, N.H.-based Bottomline Technologies, a developer of payment software for 7,300 companies. Blake is also the publicist and Web site developer for the New Hampshire-based rock/funk band Actual Size. Rosemary Bonanno is working as an analyst at Beacon Hill Partners in New York City. Thomas M. Bures is currently working for Ernst & Young. Eleftheria N. Chronas is completing her second year at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. Joseph P. Wilson Cornish is an architectural historian with the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities in Waltham, Mass. Brian C. Daly is in his third year of the Ph.D. program in physics at Brown University, Providence, R.I. Kim M. DiBari is in the physician assistant master's degree program at Duke University, Durham, N.C. Katherine J. (Kate) Duffy received her master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. Kenneth R. GiaQuinto, who is a river guide in Colorado on the Arkansas River, works for Good Times Rafting in Breckenridge. Faith G. Golden is in her second year of the master of divinity program at the Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Mass. Denise E. Hamwey received her master's degree in French from Penn State University in May. Meghan M. Hart, who received her juris doctor degree from Boston College Law School, has accepted a position as an associate with the Boston law firm of Testa Hurwitz and Thibault. In May, Kathleen M. Joyce received her juris doctor degree from Suffolk University, Boston. Melissa A. Merola, who is completing her master of arts degree in forensic psychology, accepted a project position at Quantico in Washington, D.C. Sarah G. Murray, who works at State Street Bank in Quincy, Mass., is pursuing her M.B.A. degree at the University of Massachusetts. E. Charles Pomeroy recently accepted a position as a senior associate at the investment bank, Credit Suisse First Boston. Jean S. Seidler, a second-year student at the Smith School for Social Work, recently began a peace and justice organization in the Boston area. Amy E. Souchuns, who received her degree from the Catholic University Columbus School of Law in May, has accepted a position with Shipman & Goodwin, Hartford, Conn. Cara E. Sullivan is currently pursuing a master's degree in Spanish at Boston College. Lisa C. Thornton and her husband, Jack, announce the birth of their son, Isaac Thomas, in March. Nikole (Bertucelli) Willman, who completed her master's degree in occupational therapy from New York University, is now working at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City as an occupational therapist on the Head Trauma Unit. 
MARRIED: Sarah G. Murray and Robert Belmore at Sts. Martha and Mary Church, Lakeville, Mass., on March 13. Samuel J. Rulli Jr. and Karen R. Huhtala, on April 10, at the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, La. Kettie Sbrilli and Kristopher R. Davignon '95, on May 8, at St. Jude's Church, Freeport, Maine. 

1997
Class Co-Chairs
Marnie J. Cambria
Brian T. O'Connor
Julie E. Orio
Erica M. Archambault is now working at Ketchum Public Relations in San Francisco, Calif. Audrey J. Blair is attending Baylor Univesity Law School in Waco, Texas. Laura E. Bruckmann, who received her master's degree in French from Catholic University, has accepted a position teaching French at St. Anselm's Abbey School in Washington, D.C. Elizabeth A. Cafferty, who received her master's degree from the University of York in England, is now working at the New York Public Library in development and government affairs. Marina M. Hoffmann is now working as an account executive at Loving & Weintraub, a public relations agency in New York City; she is also pursuing her master's degree in classics part time at Fordham University. Kathleen B. Keller is now working in the development department at the Winsor School in Boston. Marissa J. Kelly attends Notre Dame University Law School in South Bend, Ind. Ricardo D. Machado, who completed his second year teaching advanced placement calculus at Monsignor Pace High School in Miami, Fla., also works in the campus ministry department at the school. Kristina E. Mozzicato attended the University of Florence in Florence, Italy, for the 1998-99 academic year. Giulia E. Saraceno is a first-year medical student at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. John P. Sawicky is completing his second year as a research assistant in the rheumatology division of the New England Medical Center in Boston. Kristin M. Spissinger is currently a marketing manager for Enterprise Rent-A-Car, car sales division, Watertown, Mass. Michele A. Trotta, who received her master's degree from Boston University in September 1998, teaches Spanish at Silver Lake Regional High School in Kingston, Mass. Michael P. Whitehouse, who completed his master's degree in theology at the University of Notre Dame in November 1998, is currently working at St. Joseph Academy, St. Augustine, Fla., teaching theology and serving as the campus minister. David V. Zauner is a certified chef for the Gourmet Kitchen at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. 

1998
Class Co-Chairs
Jamie D. Hoag
Eric B. Javier
Christine P. Barber, who spent a year with the JVC-Northwest, worked as an advocate at the Welfare Rights Coalition. In this position, she informed clients of their rights and helped organize welfare rights groups to impact public policy. Michelle S. Cadin works for AT&T, Boston, in law and government affairs. Anne E. Cloherty, who spent a year with the JVC-Northwest, worked at the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Portland, Ore. An emergency services assistant, she provided homeless and low-income clients with information and services. Tamara E. Konig, who spent a year with the JVC-Northwest, was a foster care caseworker with Catholic Community Services in Tacoma, Wash. In this capacity, she monitored foster care placements, coordinated services for foster children and advocated for disabled, neglected and abused children. Andrew C. Lin, who recently completed his bachelor of science degree at Columbia University in New York City, had been selected as the valedictorian of his class for the School of Engineering and Applied Science. He was the recipient of a Stanford Graduate Fellowship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to pursue graduate studies in electrical engineering at Standford University. Lisa E. Merlini, who spent a year with the JVC-Northwest, managed an emergency food outlet at the main food bank in Spokane, Wash. C. Emil Peñarubia teaches advanced placement Latin at Boston College High School. 

1999
Class Co-Chairs
Roland A. Baroni III
Sara F. Slater
Lindsay I. Freed has been named "Massachusetts Campus Compact Volunteer in Service to America" (MACC VISTA) at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. One of the 20 MACC VISTAs assigned to work in Massachusetts, Freed is responsible for encouraging campus volunteerism at WPI throughout the year. Ian A. Griffin has accepted a teaching position at Burncoat High School in Worcester. Jason K. Hoitt has accepted a research position at the New Medical Center, in Boston. Terra B. Potocky has been awarded a Fulbright grant to conduct research in the drug design of anti-cancer agents at the Institute of Pharmacy, University of Tromso, Norway. 

 

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