Jennifer E. Burns
Holly R. Khachadoorian-Elia, M.D.
Christopher L. Sears
Michelle J. Beaupré, M.D., and her husband, George Archambeault, announce the birth of their daughter, Gerty Michelle, on Oct. 24. Troy P. Constantine and his wife, Kelley, announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Therese, on Jan. 20, 2005; Constantine is a sales representative with the respiratory division of GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals. Kara (Rozendaal) Hankes and her husband, Matt, announce the birth of their daughter, Lily Jordan, on July 3, 2005. Tara Jones and Scott T. Hughes announce the birth of their daughter, Keira Margaret, on July 21, 2005. Marc A. Jacques and his wife, Heather, announce the birth of their son, Rémi Joseph, on Oct. 30. Renee T. Rejent-Bowser and her husband, Jim, announce the birth of their daughter, Lauren Renee, on Nov. 14.
MARRIED: Troy P. Constantine and Kelley O’Meara, on Dec. 31, 2003, in St. Agnes Church, Arlington, Mass. Brenda A. Coogan and Scott A. O’Leary, on July 23, 2005, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel. Kathleen D. Perkins, D.M.D., and Timothy Kubicki, on Sept. 10.
Marnie J. Cambria, M.D.
Kristin M. O’Connor
Julie E. Orio
Kathleen (LaScola) Bodenrader and her husband, Mike, announce the birth of their daughter, Chace Kathryn, on Sept. 17. Jeanne (Dennehy) Borawski and her husband, Michael ’95, announce the birth of their son, Raymond Joseph, on Sept. 17. The April 30 edition of the newspaper Cape Cod Times included an article about the work of Craig M. Cookson as deputy director of the Massachusetts Office of State-Federal Relations in Washington, D.C. Justin F. DeVito, D.O., who completed his pediatrics residency at Keesler Medical Center, Keesler AFB, Miss., in June 2005, is serving as a pediatrician at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C. Ian A. Dombroski, who was promoted to sergeant with the Baltimore City Police Department in October 2004, received his degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Damion Ezell, who works in the financial planning field, is now associated with Capital Planners in Beachwood, Ohio. Sharon Karg Holbrook and her husband, Scott, announce the birth of their son, Adam Clifton, on Sept. 9. Sarah (Maney) Lane and her husband, Sean ’98, announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Elizabeth, on Oct. 3. Colin C. McGowan teaches Eastern and Western civilization classes at Hudson (Ohio) High School. Laura (Nielsen) McGowan currently serves as the assistant vice president of the McGowan Companies—specializing in umbrella liability insurance—in Fairview Park, Ohio. Jonathan A. Nitche, D.M.D., continues to practice general dentistry in Roseland, N.J. Kelly (Sierkowski) Nolan and her husband, Paul, announce the birth of their daughter, Claire Brigid, on March 16. Donna (Kerr) O’Connell, M.D., is in her second year of private practice as a pediatrician at Pediatric Associates of Norwood and Franklin in Massachusetts. Benjamin E. “Benji” Zawacki, an associate protection officer with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, writes that he has been reassigned from Kasulu, Tanzania, to Kanchanaburi, Thailand.
MARRIED: Ian A. Dombroski and Meredith Engelhart, on Aug. 13, 2005, in Baltimore. Matthew J. Ford and Janis-Lynn Chicatell, on Sept. 9, at Water’s Edge Resort and Spa, in Westbrook, Conn. Donna M. Kerr, M.D., and Kenneth O’Connell, on Sept. 17. Jonathan A. Nitche, D.M.D., and Wendy Henderson, on Oct. 15, in St. Joseph the Carpenter Church, Roselle, N.J.
Christian P. Browne
Eric B. Javier
Alyssa R. MacCarthy
Elizabeth-Anne Finn writes that she received her MBA and her master of science in accountancy degrees this past fall from the University of San Diego; she is currently working for KPMG in San Diego. Sean M. Lane and his wife, Sarah ’97, announce the birth of their daughter, Grace Elizabeth, on Oct. 3. Nicole (Bell) McLoughlin administers grants as project manager in the Community Development Office of the town of Holbrook, Mass. Amy (Spada) Michel writes that, last December, she received her DESS (Diplôme des etudes supérieures spécialisées) in lobbying and European relations from the Institut Catholique de Paris, after completing an internship with the director of international relations at the Caisse nationale des allocations familiales (CNAF)—one of the three main branches of the French social security system. Lauren DePaul Schreiber and her husband, Jeremy, announce the birth of their daughter, Katie Hanley, on Dec. 10. Schreiber serves as a production manager for People magazine in New York City. The Oct. 14 edition of the Boston Business Journal included the announcement that the Boston-based land-surveying firm Harry R. Feldman Inc. has employed Peter E. Sullivan as a land surveyor.
MARRIED: Nicole K. Bell and Evan McLoughlin, on Oct. 9, in Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Kathleen M. Herson and Gregory M. Coté, on Sept. 10, at St. Mary’s Church, Cooperstown, N.Y. William A. Reidy and Jennifer Vasquez, on Oct. 8, in New York City. Elizabeth M. Tivnan and John P. McGuire, on Jan. 7, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel.
Margaret E. Devine
Thomas C. Soper
Karen Miceli Antonetti and her husband, Joseph, announce the birth of their daughter, Isabel Marie, on Jan. 3. Anne (Sullivan) Doyle writes that she recently received her Ph.D. in toxicology and environmental health sciences from the Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, in Baltimore. Meghan Breault Herrmann is a vice president at Goldman Sachs in Jersey City, N.J. The Sept. 29 edition of the weekly newspaper Stowe (Vt.) Reporter included the announcement that Scott M. Nichols has joined TD Banknorth Vermont as a small business lender, serving Chittenden County. Eaton J. Rigg and his wife, Lauren, announce the birth of their son, JonMichael Price Rigg, on Nov. 18. Principal of the Divine Redeemer Catholic School in Colorado Springs, Colo., Rigg also writes that he is taking courses toward his Ph.D. in educational administration.
MARRIED: Michelle N. Belisle and Mark D. Middleton, on July 9, at St. Cecilia Church, Wilbraham, Mass. Meghan A. Breault and William Curtis Herrmann III, on Sept. 17. Stephen J. Brown and Maura Ann D. McGonagle ’00, on Oct. 22, in St. Paul’s Church, Cranston, R.I. Genoa P. Grosch and Bradley Dickson, on Aug. 28, 2004, in San Diego. Elizabeth R. Hanscom and John P. Dragoumanos, on Dec. 10, at St. Philip Greek Orthodox Church, Nashua, N.H. Tara C. Kelly and Brian A. Swanson, on Oct. 8, in Upper Saddle River, N.J. Caroline A. “Carrie” Shay and Ryan Mcghan, on July 17, 2005, in Denver.
Elizabeth S. Berberich
Kathryn Remmes Martin
Isaac W. Andres and his wife, Sarah, announce the birth of their son, Bradyn Isaac, on Dec. 13. Kathryn Lent Schnaars currently serves as the program director at a center for children with special needs. Matthew W. Schnaars is a senior account executive at ESPN.
MARRIED: John M. Aloisi and Katherine L. Pinto, at St. Patrick’s Church, Falmouth, Mass. Susan F. Bodie and Matthew F. Dowgert, at the Holy Trinity Abbey Church in Adare County, Limerick, Ireland. Erin K. Dombal and Joseph R. Gaboury, on Aug. 13, 2005, in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Fairfield, Conn. Michael R. Flynn and Patricia M. Hoy ’01, at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Norwood, Mass. Kathryn Lent and Matthew W. Schnaars, on July 23, 2005, at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye, N.Y. Maura Ann D. McGonagle and Stephen J. Brown ’99, on Oct. 22, at St. Paul’s Church, Cranston, R.I.
Megan K. Baroni
Catherine G. Bryan
Sarah K. Lawlor
Mollie M. Cura, who recently received her master’s degree from the Columbia University Teachers College in New York City, writes that she is teaching at an elementary school in the city’s Washington Heights/Harlem neighborhood. Shelly A. Richard is pursuing her M.B.A. at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. Jonathan S. Rossall works for Escondido (Calif.) Education COMPACT as a program specialist, serving as a case manager and an instructor, teaching at-risk teens work and/or college readiness skills. Diana M. Sperger is pursuing her Ph.D. in pharmaceutical chemistry at the University of Kansas.
MARRIED: Patrick M. Dury and Annalyn Brondyke, on Sept. 24, at St. Bartholomew Church in Needham, Mass. Emily E. Gerstmayr and Paul C. Strehle, on Aug. 6, 2005, in the South Woodstock (Vt.) Chapel. Patricia M. Hoy and Michael R. Flynn ’00, at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Norwood, Mass. Jessica M. Rzasa and Michael J. Macholz, on Sept. 24, at St. Louis de Montfort Church, Sound Beach, N.Y.
Lauren M. Buonome
Peter D. McLean
Michael J. Ballway currently serves as editor of the Webster (Mass.) Times. The law firm Hodgson Russ announced in March that Madeline M. Chiampou had recently been admitted to the New York State Bar; Chiampou is an associate in the general/international tax practice group of its Buffalo, N.Y., office. Elizabeth G. Crowley accepted a position last March as an associate with the Boston law firm of Burns & Levinson LLP. Carolynn (Cavicchio) DeBenedictis writes that she received her degree last May from the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C.—and that she matched at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester for internship and Brown/Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, for her radiology residency. Patrick A. Rissmiller is now playing in the National Hockey League for the San Jose Sharks. Last April, Guillermo Sanchez was named an assistant men’s basketball coach at Holy Cross. The Jan. 12 edition of the Beverly (Mass.) Citizen newspaper included the announcement that Rachel E. Schloth has joined the Beverly law firm of Metaxas, Norman & Pidgeon as an associate.
MARRIED: Shauna M. Kilcoyne and Mark R. Rue, in Southampton, Bermuda. Shannon L. Mayer and Daniel A. Dufresne II, on Dec. 3, at Mary Queen of Peace Church in Salem, N.H.
Elizabeth L. Maloy
Inez C. Russo
George A. Burke currently serves as a legislative assistant in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, who represents New York’s 4th Congressional District. Garrett T. Eucalitto writes that he has received his master’s degree in international relations from Boston University. The March 28 edition of the Lawrence, Mass., newspaper the Eagle-Tribune featured an article about Elizabeth A. Kane and her work as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kyrgyzstan, titled “Plaistow woman making changes overseas.” Robert P. Kavanagh has completed his first year at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. Megan E. Manner writes that she completed her studies and earned a dual master’s degree in forestry and environmental management last December from the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke University, Durham, N.C.; she adds that she is currently employed by The Nature Conservancy in Williamsport, Pa., managing old growth forests. In May 2005, Katherine A. McNamara received her master’s degree in education from the University of Maryland, College Park; she currently teaches English for speakers of other languages in Howard County, Md. Timothy C. Peck is currently attending the New York University School of Medicine in New York City. Allison M. Small, who teaches math at Attleboro (Mass.) High School, writes that she is also pursuing her master of arts in teaching degree at Providence (R.I.) College. According to College history professor, Lorraine Attreed, the Sixteenth Century Journal accepted for publication in its winter 2005 edition, an article jointly written by Alexandra H. Winkler and herself, titled “Faith and Forgiveness: Lessons in Statecraft for Queen Mary Tudor”—inspired by Winkler’s research on Lady Margaret Beaufort for her senior honors thesis at Holy Cross.
Kathryn C. Leader
Kathryn D. Meyers
John M. O’Donnell
Lea M. Koveos writes that, after serving two years as an admissions counselor at Holy Cross, she has decided to continue her education by pursuing a master’s degree in social work at Loyola University Chicago. The Dec. 7 article in the Derry (N.H.) News about the World AIDS Day coffee house held last December at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, noted that Suzanne D. Loisel took part in the event, addressing a group of students about her work as an AIDS activist and researcher. 1st Lt. Patrick J. McKinney, USA, writes that he has deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom IV. The Feb. 22 edition of the Wakefield(Mass.) Daily Item included the announcement that Ens. Shelby M. Nikitin, USN, completed a deployment aboard the cruiser USS Chosin—homeported in San Diego—that included the conduct of Maritime Security Operations and participation in exercise Bright Star 2005.
Luz M. Colon-Rodriguez
Elizabeth B. Corridan
Jennifer L. Marcotte
Jasmine L. Bramble writes that she is a litigation legal assistant in the Boston office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP. Laura T. Curcio is pursuing her master’s degree in public administration at the University of Baltimore and working for the Annie E. Casey Foundation—a private foundation located in Baltimore whose primary mission is “to foster policies, reforms, and supports that will help today’s vulnerable children and their families.” Sandra E. Génere writes that she is currently a national broadcast assistant buyer for MPG/Arnold Communications. Ashley E. Graffeo works as a marketing assistant for the Hit Show Club, a Broadway marketing firm in New York City. The Feb. 15 edition of Weymouth(Mass.) News included the announcement that Ens. Kaitlin M. Hansen, USN, was taking part in a deployment to the 5th Fleet Area of Operations, while assigned to the amphibious transport dock USS Austin; homeported in Norfolk, Va., the ship deployed with the Expeditionary Strike Group 8 to conduct Maritime Security Operations there. Dennis E. Langer is an underwriter with the Great American Insurance Company in Windsor, Conn. Katherine T. Lewandowski is pursuing her Ph.D. in biochemistry at Washington University in St. Louis. Sarah N. Liang writes that, after completing a program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., she is now working as an interactive marketing analyst for L’Oréal in New York City. Lauren E. Liesman teaches Spanish at Dedham (Mass.) High School and serves as the assistant volleyball coach at Bentley College in Waltham, Mass. JoAnna Lou writes that she is working in the logistics department of New York City-based fashion designer Marc Jacobs. Matthew G. Lyons is working as a paralegal in the New York City office of Hogan & Hartson. Candace A. McNamara is attending Suffolk University Law School in Boston.