I.E. Millstone, EN 27, GR 94; May ’09 • Elaine (Debus) Afton, LA 29; June ’09
Kathryn Sutor Brownlee, LA 31; Jan. ’09 • Elizabeth Reitz Hebert, LA 31; Dec. ’08 • Evelyn K. Shapiro, LA 31; Feb. ’08 • Elmira Woodward, LA 31; June ’09 • Audrey (Hiemenz) McRae, FA 32; Dec. ’08 • Fern M. Oestereich, LA 33, GR 35; Oct. ’08 • Elizabeth (Greenland) Shaver, LA 33; Feb. ’09 • Rex L. Becker, Sr., AR 34, GR 35; May ’09 • Howard C. Close, EN 34; April ’09 • William L. J. Dee, UC 35, GR 39; Jan. ’08 • William J. Freschi, BU 35; May ’09 • Francis B. Klein, EN 35; May ’09 • Philippe G. Mutrux, AR 35; Nov. ’08 • Victor M. Hermelin, EN 36; May ’09 • William F. Hood, LA 36; June ’09 • Ernest L. Ohle, Jr., LA 38, GR 40; April ’09 • John H. Pahlmann, BU 38; May ’09 • Oliver D. Schweizer, BU 38; April ’09 • Jack E. Fink, LA 39, GR 40; March ’09 • Robert L. Jordan, EN 39; April ’09 • Annette Wortman, SW 39; March ’09
John A. Agnitch, EN 40; Nov. ’08 • Robert B. Kothe, EN 40; May ’09 • Hortense (Hartkopf) Kuehner, LA 40; April ’09 • Lillian T. Carney, OT 41; Nov. ’08 • Donald M. McElroy, MD 41; May ’09 • George M. Rayburn, Sr., BU 41, GB 47; March ’08 • Russell F. Schoenbeck, LA 41, GR 42; May ’09 • Harold R. Kessler, UC 42; May ’09 • Sheldon W. Kirsner, BU 42; May ’09 • William A. Andrews, EN 43, SI 48, SI 54; April ’09 • Alvin W. Holstein, EN 43; March ’09 • Jean (Mears) Yemm, LA 43, SW 45; Feb. ’09 • Patricia (Hinchey) Fleshman, BU 44; March ’09 • Doris (Knodel) Barrow, LA 45; May ’09 • Norma (Breihan) Silber, LA 45; April ’09 • Lewis H. Sachs, EN 46; March ’09 • Hughes A. Bagley, Sr., BU 47; April ’09 • Leslie H. Grodsky, BU 47; April ’09 • Jane L. Spieker, OT 47; Jan. ’09 • Bernard I. Zeid, BU 47; Feb. ’09 • Marjorie (Rosenbloom) Berg, OT 48; May ’09 • Aline (Schulz) Cunningham, FA 48; April ’09 • Elinor (Dunn) Fischer, NU 48; March ’09 • Robert V. Petracek, LA 48, SW 53; Nov. ’08 • Victor R. Reichert, EN 48; Nov. ’08 • Donald B. Wildman, BU 48; March ’09 • Linn R. Coffman, UC 49, GR 50; April ’09 • Burton S. Gale, EN 49; May ’09 • James A. Jernigan, MD 49; April ’09 • L. Jack Kratky, BU 49; Sept. ’08 • Rudolph Ludwig, BU 49; Jan. ’09 • Evelyn (Zimmerman) Orenstein, LA 49; March ’09 • William K. Saigh, BU 49, GB 50; April ’09 • Marvin Stein, MD 49; May ’09 • Marvin A. Tzinberg, BU 49, GR 63; March ’09
Joseph Desloge, Jr., UC 50; March ’09 • Leonard I. Finn, BU 50; Oct. ’08 • Allan G. Herrmann, BU 50; Jan. ’09 • Martha M. Lasche, OT 50; April ’09 • Jack R. Mandel, LA 50; April ’09 • Alois G. Neuwirth, Jr., EN 50; April ’09 • Virgil J. Schwable, LA 50; Aug. ’08 • Robert O. Segraves, EN 50; March ’08 • Robert E. Shepack, UC 50, GR 56; Feb. ’08 • Harold L. Waldman, LA 50; June ’09 • Ann (Harper) Dienel, SW 51; Oct. ’08 • Thomas A. Graven, UC 51; April ’09 • Donald T. Peak, GR 51; Jan. ’09 • William C. Weaver, MD 51; Feb. ’09 • Burton A. Williams, SW 51; April ’09 • Duane S. Myers, BU 52; May ’09 • Kenneth L. Nabors, LA 52; May ’09 • Lexie (Tolman) Snyder, LA 52; Jan. ’09 • James A. Warnhoff, LA 52; March ’09 • Cay G. Weinel, Jr., EN 52; Oct. ’08 • Jean A. Chapman, MD 53; March ’09 • Don L. Coleman, DE 53; Nov. ’08 • John M. Drescher, Jr., LW 53; June ’09 • Eugene E. Hirschberg, BU 53; March ’08 • Jewel (Blackburn) Hoglen, GR 53; April ’09 • Delmar O. Koebel, LW 53; Feb. ’09 • Vern L. Watts, LA 53; April ’09 • Robert C. Ahlvin, MD 54; May ’09 • Dale Behm, AR 54; May ’08 • William F. Dean, Jr., BU 54; April ’09 • Velera (Williamson) Jones, GR 54; March ’09 • Robert E. Martin, MD 54; April ’09 • Phillip L. Neuroth, BU 54; July ’08 • Noel L. Robyn, LA 54, LW 55; March ’09 • Earl R. Billen, Jr., EN 55; June ’09 • Richard M. Hoover, SI 55; March ’09 • Royal O. G. Schwendinger, GB 55; March ’09 • Madelyn (Blackwood) Hubbard, NU 56; April ’09 • Robert Linstrom, SW 56; Aug. ’08 • Rene D. Tegtmeyer, EN 56; June ’09 • Richard E. Kramer, LA 57; March ’09 • Frederick H. McCann, Jr., GB 57; June ’09 • Karl W. Rutz, GR 58; Jan. ’09 • Ronald Sher, BU 58; March ’09 • William L. Wickham, Sr., EN 58; Jan. ’09 • Richard L. Bayer, BU 59; April ’09 • Evelyn A. Bradley, GR 59; Jan. ’08 • Melvin J. Breidenbach, GR 59; May ’09 • H. Wayne Crawford, UC 59; June ’09 • Richard A. Hunt, EN 59, GR 63, GR 65; March ’09 • Myrtle Kornblum, FA 59; March ’09 • Benedict N. Messina, UC 59, LW 64; April ’09
Gerold G. Chaklos, EN 60; Feb. ’09 • Marshal G. Maggard, HA 60; March ’09 • Mary (Hosch) Patterson, GR 60; May ’09 • Robert H. Beer, TI 61; April ’09 • Gerald J. Bockwinkel, Sr., EN 61; April ’09 • Joseph D. Hale, GR 61; May ’09 • Mary Sauer Price, LA 61; May ’09 • Robert J. McCarthy, UC 62; June ’09 • James E. Skaggs, UC 62; April ’09 • Emmett J. Senn, Jr., BU 63; June ’09 • David W. Welch, BU 63; May ’09 • Betty (Outlaw) Coleman, PT 64; June ’08 • Margaret (St. John) Beeman, GR 65; April ’09 • Judith (Hickey) Engelsmann, FA 65; Nov. ’08 • Howard H. Snyder, UC 65; April ’09 • Gerald A. Blassage, SW 66; April ’09 • Jeanelle Bogue, UC 66; June ’08 • J. David Emerson, MD 66; April ’09 • Harold F. Steinmetz, SI 66; May ’09 • Charles A. Fischer, BU 67; March ’08
Gloria J. Guetzke, SW 70; June ’09 • Edward Y. Ku, LW 70; March ’09 • Russell H. Webbink, UC 70; April ’08 • Barbara (Ward) Essen, LA 71; May ’09 • Robert V. Kintner, Sr., EN 71; March ’09 • Kenneth E. Runyon, GB 71; Dec. ’08 • James F. Groesch, TI 72; Nov. ’08 • Alan N. Willer, EN 72; May ’09 • Robert Lee Porter IV, EN 75, EN 76; March ’09
Linda (Lerner) Schneider, LA 81; Nov. ’08 • Annabelle Renick, LA 83; April ’09 • L. Claire (Wool) Lander, UC 84, SW 85; May ’09 • Craig S. Catanzaro, TI 86; April ’09
Barbara (Evans) Loveland, TI 90; April ’09 • Diane (McLaughlin) Herzberg, OT 92; Aug. ’08
Russell G. Monika, EN 04; March ’09
Rex Becker, BArch ’34, MArch ’35, a prolific architect in the St. Louis area, died Friday, May 29, 2009.
In Becker’s 50-year career, he designed more than 300 buildings, including 150 churches. Some of his projects included the old Lutheran Hospital, schools for the Ritenour School District, Ladue City Hall, Webster Groves fire and police department headquarters, the library and tower at Concordia Seminary in Clayton, and buildings at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
He served as president of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects St. Louis in 1956 and as national treasurer from 1969 to 1971. Becker persuaded the St. Louis chapter to offer scholarships that now have helped more than 700 architects.
For 27 years, Becker was a member of Ladue’s Architectural Review Committee. In 1995, Washington University presented him with its Distinguished Alumni Award.
David Felix, professor emeritus of economics at the University, died Saturday, June 13, 2009.
Before beginning his career in academia, Felix served as lieutenant in the Pacific during World War II. He later went on to become a professor of economics at Wayne State University in Detroit and then at Washington University in 1964. He retired as professor emeritus of economics in 1988.
His research interests included economic development, history,
and international trade and finance. Felix served as an economic consultant to the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund. He had research appointments at Harvard University; the University of Sussex, England; and the London School of Economics. He received fellowships from the Fulbright, Rockefeller, and Ford foundations.
Felix’s grandson, Seth M. Bloom, is pursuing an MD/PhD at Washington University.
Robert F. Furchgott
Robert F. Furchgott, DSc ’01, former faculty member at the School of Medicine and a Nobel Prize winner, died Tuesday, May 19, 2009.
Furchgott was one of three American scientists awarded the 1998 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for the discovery that nitric oxide transmits signals within the human body. This led to several breakthroughs, including a new treatment for newborns with dangerously high blood pressure in their lungs and drugs for the treatment of shock.
He held teaching positions at Cornell University and Washington University and conducted research at both schools, before accepting the post of chairman of the department of pharmacology at The State University of New York in Brooklyn in 1956. Furchgott was head of that department until stepping down in 1983 and continued as a professor until retiring in 1989.
Victor Hermelin, BSChE ’36, founder of KV Pharmaceutical Co., died Monday, May 11, 2009.
While attending Washington University, Hermelin worked as a lab assistant for Carl Cori, a Nobel Prize-winning professor. Soon after graduation, Hermelin invented the skinless frankfurter, which saved millions of dollars for Swift & Co., where he worked.
In 1942, he and a friend started their own drug-making company, KV Pharmaceutical Co., in St. Louis. Hermelin went on to hold nearly 100 patents, including one that allowed pharmaceuticals to be produced in the now familiar timed-release form.
He developed a process for producing multivitamins called spheroids in 1944. The Department of Defense used that medical breakthrough in World War II to help prevent night blindness for soldiers in the Pacific Rim. Due to Hermelin’s help with this, government officials allowed him to become one of the first civilians to ride on an atomic submarine.
Hermelin received an Alumni Achievement Award from the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in 2009.
Hortense “Horty” Kuehner
Hortense “Horty” Kuehner, AB ’40, a longtime, generous supporter of the University, died Friday, April 10, 2009.
After graduation, Kuehner worked in the University’s War Training Office. The University was one of many institutions across the nation under contract with the U.S. Office of Education to train workers for the defense industry.
Over the years, Kuehner and her husband, Howard A. Kuehner, BSBA ’40, have been generous supporters of the University. In memory of Mrs. Kuehner’s father, they endowed a chair in finance, the Harry C. Hartkopf Professorship in Econometrics and Statistics, at the Olin Business School in 1995.
The couple established the Kerry S. Kuehner Endowed Scholarship Fund at the College of Art in memory of their daughter in 2005. Kerry received an MBA from the University in 1987 and died in 2005 after a brief illness.
The Kuehners also established two more endowed scholarships at the business school in honor of their daughter and their son, Kim Kuehner, MBA ’77. In addition, they sponsor an annual scholarship in business.
Horty Kuehner was a strong supporter of the Humane Society of Missouri.
I.E. Millstone, BS ’27, a prominent St. Louis businessman and philanthropist, died Saturday, May 16, 2009.
He began his career in business at the United Hebrew Temple, where as a boy he established a coat-checking service. Later, Millstone established himself as a major builder of roads and public facilities both in the St. Louis region and in Israel.
Beginning in 1930 and thriving over the next eight decades, his business, Millstone Construction, was engaged in almost every major project of consequence in St. Louis, from paving runways at Lambert Field to building the double-decked highways that shot U.S. 40–64 through downtown; from the erection of the graceful apartment towers along Skinker Boulevard to construction of the old Busch Stadium and Northwest Plaza. Many of Millstone’s projects, such as Milles Fountain near Union Station, have stood the test of time.
In the 1950s, Millstone donated the grounds for the Jewish Community Center in St. Louis, which was named in his honor.
Millstone had an international impact, as well. Not long after the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, he was called upon to help build the infrastructure of the new Jewish state. He built housing for refugees and led that nation in its public housing efforts.
At Washington University, dozens of students attend, and have attended, on Millstone grants. His foundation has contributed millions to the Mathews-Dickey Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs, the United Way, the Boy and Girl Scouts, Operation Food Search, Saint Louis University, the Saint Louis Symphony, the American Cancer Society, and many other charities.
A life member of the Board of Trustees of the University, Millstone received an honorary degree in 1994.
Powell Niland, professor emeritus of management at the University, died Sunday, April 19, 2009.
Niland came to the University in 1957 from Harvard Business School, where he earned a doctorate and taught for six years.
Robert L. Virgil, Olin Business School emeritus dean and professor, was among Niland’s first students at the University. He remembers Niland fondly as a teacher, mentor, and friend.
“Powell’s contribution to the Olin School was enormous,” says Virgil. “He was very influential in the shaping of the MBA program. Powell’s strengths were teaching and research in the areas of manufacturing, production, and operations management. This always has been a strong, even distinctive, part of the Olin program. It is today. This special strength started with Powell and traces to him.”
Niland retired in 1989.
Ronald E. Schuchardt
Ronald E. Schuchardt, former member of the University Campus Police Department, died Tuesday, March 17, 2009.
Schuchardt served as a marine in the Korean War. He worked for the City of St. Louis Police Department before joining the Washington University Campus Police Department in 1970. He retired as captain in 1996.
In the mid-1970s, he managed a boys’ soccer team in St. Louis. Under his guidance, the team went on to win two U.S. titles, one in Washington, D.C., and one in Omaha.
Four of Schuchardt’s children are associated with the University. Steven works in Maintenance Operations, and Robert, Jeffrey, and Craig are all former University staff members.
Robert Sparks, former director of the Biological Transport Laboratory at the University, died Saturday, March 21, 2009.
Sparks served in the Army Chemical Center in Edgewood, Maryland, during the Korean War. After the war, he worked for Exxon for three years before joining the faculty at Case Western Reserve University.
He came to Washington University in 1972 and became director of the Biological Transport Laboratory. In 1994, he left the University and founded Particle and Coating Technologies, Inc., a St. Louis–based research and development company.
A lifelong music lover and talented tenor, he sang with the Handel Choir in Baltimore, as well as the Cleveland Orchestra and the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Chorus.
Marvin Stein, MD ’49, a pioneer in the investigation of the brain, behavior, and the immune system, died Saturday, May 16, 2009.
After serving in the U.S. Air Force as a flight cameraman, he completed both his internship and psychiatric residency at Washington University. Stein then continued his training through the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Post Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, where he began to focus on psychosomatic medicine.
He also graduated from the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute in 1959 while on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
In 1963, Stein moved to Cornell University Medical College before joining the faculty of The State University of New York, Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn in 1966. He became the Esther and Joseph Klingenstein Professor and Chair of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1974 and held that post until his retirement in 1994.
He held several influential positions in his lifetime, including president of the American Psychosomatic Society, chairman of the medical board of the Mount Sinai Hospital, chair of the research council of the American Psychiatric Association, chair of the benevolent medicine study section of the NIMH, and chair of the National Advisory Committee on AIDS of the NIMH.
Joyce Trebilcot, former professor of philosophy at the University, died Wednesday, May 27, 2009.
In 1970, Trebilcot was the first woman to become a regular and later tenured faculty member of the Department of Philosophy in Arts & Sciences. She also co-founded the Washington University Women’s Studies Program and was its coordinator from 1980 to 1992.
Trebilcot also was a founding member of the Society for Women in Philosophy and Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, and she served for many years on the editorial boards of Hypatia, Social Theory and Practice, and the Journal of Social Philosophy.
L. Glen Zahnd
L. Glen Zahnd, JD ’58, a prominent Missouri judge, died Friday, June 5, 2009.
Zahnd served in the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps from 1953 to 1955. He then practiced
law in Savannah, Missouri, from 1958 to 1987 before being appointed by Gov. John Ashcroft as associate circuit judge of Andrews County. He served in this position until his retirement in 1998.
Interested and active in politics, he was the Andrew County coordinator for the campaigns of Gov. Kit Bond in 1972, 1976, and 1980, and of Gov. John Ashcroft in 1984 and 1988.
Zahnd was a member of the board of governors of the Missouri Bar Association and served on the board of directors of the Missouri Association of Probate and Associate Circuit Judges. He was a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel.
In 1999, he received the Sam Walton Community Leader Award and was named an honorary member of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce in 2000.
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Robert L. Brooks, GR 52, lives in a retirement community owned by Delmar Gardens. He would love to attend alumni events.
John H. Manhold, GR 56, published his third novel, Lobo: The Strange Life of William Jameson. His first two novels received multiple national awards.
Wayne F. Schlosser, FA 58, received the prestigious Rotarian of the Year Award from the Rotary Club of Swansea, Ill. A 24-year veteran Rotarian and Paul Harris Fellow, Schlosser also has received the coveted Four Avenues of Service Citation, recruited 66 new Rotarians to date, and written and directed seven Rotary Foundation Grants. He is the recipient of six Rotary International’s Public Relations Awards and is a past president of a 100-member Rotary Club.
George M. Bohigian, LA 61, HS 69, was elected president of Cogan Ophthalmic History Society for 2010–12. The society fosters communication, scholarship, and fellowship among individuals interested in ophthalmic history.
Louis Susman, LW 62, was nominated by President Obama to be ambassador to Britain. Susman was a top fundraiser for Obama’s presidential campaign and served as national finance chairman for Sen. John Kerry during his 2004 presidential bid.
Susan Grossman Alexander, LA 63, wrote a suspense novel, A Quicker Blood (BookSurge Publishing, 2009). The book is about a young lawyer who is disillusioned with her life in New York City and impulsively decides to assume another woman’s identity. In her new setting, she relishes being a small-town lawyer and begins a sizzling romance, but soon she uncovers terrible secrets that lead her to fear for her life.
Janyce (Helgeson) Olson, SW 64, received a Distinguished Service Award from the Shepherd’s Center of Richmond in recognition of her important role in the development and successful operation of the center during the past 25 years. Olson served as executive director of the center from 1993 to 2004. After her retirement, she became a senior services volunteer for the center, helping elderly citizens in a variety of ways.
Jo Ann (Jennings) Schmits, UC 64, moved to Shiloh, Ill., where she is living close to her children and grandchildren.
Josh Grossman, MD 65, provided volunteer advanced cardiac life support instruction (ACLS) in June 2009 in Tri-Cities, Tenn.
Edson M. Outwin, LA 65, recently retired and lives in Cape Cod with his wife, Kay Anna Bulbrook Outwin, LA 65.
Charles W. Jirauch, EN 66, was listed in the 2009 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers magazine as among the top 5 percent of attorneys in Arizona and New Mexico. He practices at Quarles & Brady LLP in Phoenix in the area of intellectual property litigation.
William Siedhoff, UC 68, SW 73, received Washington University’s 2009 Gerry & Robert Virgil Ethic of Service Award. This prestigious award is given annually to a select group of University community members who believe in and shape the future of the St. Louis region. Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and Francis G. Slay, the mayor of St. Louis, spoke at the award reception held at the Knight Center. Siedhoff is the director of the city’s Department of Human Services and serves on more than 35 boards and committees at the national, state, and local level.
John A. Palen, UC 69, retired in May 2009 after 26 years on the journalism faculty at Central Michigan University. He published Drizzle and Plum Blossom: Four Poets of the Song Dynasty (March Street Press, 2009) with Li C. Tien. A chapbook of translations from 11th- and 12th-century Chinese, the work is his seventh book of poems.
Barbara (Nelson) Goldman, LA 70, GR 82, recently completed her 15th year as a guidance counselor at Henry Elementary School in the Parkway School District in St. Louis. She has a granddaughter, Sinalei, who resides in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Sanford V. Teplitzky, LA 71, was selected by Nightingale’s Healthcare News for its 2009 ranking of “Outstanding Healthcare Fraud and Compliance Lawyers.” He is one of only 12 attorneys from across the nation selected for the list. Teplitzky is the chair of the health law group at Ober|Kaler law firm.
Robert Atcher, LA 72, is the University of New Mexico/Los Alamos National Lab Professor of Pharmacy in the College of Pharmacy at the University of New Mexico. He is completing his year as the president of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, which represents 17,000 physicians, technologists, scientists, and pharmacists working in the field.
Barbara (Guzofsky) Goodman, FA 72, exhibited her watercolors in a solo show at Copperwood Artware in Orange, Calif., in summer 2009.
Norman Rose, GR 72, LA 72, published his seventh instrumental music album, Sunstreams. The album describes the moods of a day, from morning in the woods to midday in a room of memories to evening in a meadow. Web sites:TouchTheLight.com and cdbaby.com/all/touchthelight
Abraham C. Lin, GR 73, retired from the United Nations Secretariat as a translator/revisor in 1991. He teaches tai chi and qi gong at senior centers in his neighborhood.
Mark J. Meister, LA 74, was named the 2008 Ohio Museums Association Professional of the Year. The award is presented for outstanding leadership over an extended period of time resulting in the continual growth and development of an organization. Meister is the president and CEO of the Dayton Society of Natural History, which operates the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery and SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park.
Omar Ali Othman, LA 74, is a licensed psychologist, a certified school psychologist, and an ABA certified behavior analyst. He is a school psychologist at Kelso School District in Kelso, Wash. Othman also runs a private practice as a psychologist/behavior analyst in Vancouver, Wash. He specializes in autism and Tourette’s disorder.
Nancy (Karp) Warshawsky, LA 74, has two children: Arielle and Jonah. Arielle attends the University of Pittsburgh and intends to major in elementary art education. Jonah is a high-school student. Nancy is looking forward to teaching kindergarten Sunday school at her synagogue next year.
Alex H. Kosloff, LA 75, is an internal medicine specialist in rural Wisconsin.
Edward A. Wise, LA 75, was recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner of the National Academies of Practice, a nonprofit professional organization comprising 10 different health professions. Wise was honored for his innovative intensive outpatient programs treating psychiatric and substance abuse patients.
Stephen Yablon, LA 75, designed sustainable offices for Enterprise Community Partners in New York City. The centerpiece is a lively intersection of two interior streets defined by meeting rooms covered with images of Enterprise projects. The “green streets” lead out to collaborative open office areas with spectacular natural light and city views. Yablon is the founder of Stephen Yablon Architect in New York. Web site: www.syarch.com
Bruce Gartner, LA 76, is chair of the Division of Arts and Letters at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus. He also is associate professor of language.
Edwin M. Goble, MD 76, is an orthopedic surgeon in private practice, where he specializes in disorders of the knee. Goble is the founder of iMDS (formerly MedicineLodge Inc.) and Facet Solutions. He has 12 grandchildren.
Mary Ann (Trockman) Greenblum, LA 76, SW 77, has lived in Titusville, Fla., with her husband, David, for the past 25 years. David is a psychiatrist, and the couple has three children: Ariel, 28, Jacob, 26, and Leah, 21.
Virginia (Lang) Ruder, LA 76, counsels adults throughout their job loss and search in New York. She also presents workshops to recent college grads. Her husband, Brian Ruder, LA 76, is doing consultant work and is on four not-for-profit boards, two as chairman.
Glenn L. Dalton, LW 77, started RKD Group in Chesterfield, Mo., in 2000. RKD Group specializes in strategy execution by working in the space between traditional strategy consulting firms and traditional human resource consulting firms. The group’s target clients are mid-cap companies that are underserved by larger management consulting firms.
Robert Singerman, LA 77, was recently invited to give a keynote speech at the Western Australia Music Industry Music Business Conference in Perth, Australia. He also organized and moderated a panel at Canadian Music Week in Toronto, Canada, entitled “Music with Subtitles.” Singerman recently decided to focus full time on creating solutions to the challenges of understanding lyrics across language boundaries. He works with LiveWired, Inc., a nonprofit organization, to launch a crowd-sourced authorized and monetized lyric translation database. He lives in New York City with his wife and 10-year-old son.
Paul Wolman, LA 77, created P.W. Feats, Inc. in 1985. The firm has been ranked one of the world’s top 50 event companies for four years. Wolman has been recognized for his work by the International Council of Shopping Centers, Special Events magazine, and the International Special Events Society. Event Solutions magazine honored him with its first Samaritan Service award, and the Maryland Chamber of Commerce named P.W. Feats, Inc., the Small Business Philanthropist of the Year. In 2007, Baltimore Magazine credited the firm as one of the “Best Places to Work.”
Carol B. Woody, SW 77, retired in May 2008 after working in psychiatric, medical, and educational settings for more than 30 years.
Diane (Schaffer) Lucas, BU 78, received a Master of Arts and teacher certification, both in 2006. She teaches personal finance. Lucas became a grandparent in 2007.
Vicki (Rosen) Soukup, LA 78, GB 78, is an accountant at Warfield & Sender CPAs, LTD. Her son, Rick, graduated from the Olin Business School at Washington University in May 2009.
David R. Arday, EN 79, remains on active duty with the U.S. Public Health Service. Arday is detailed to DoD Health Affairs, TRICARE Management Activity, Office of the Chief Medical Officer. He is responsible for disease management programs, as well as alcohol and tobacco control programs and population health initiatives within TRICARE.
Edward C. Corno, FA 79, was a 2008 Hewlett Packard-EDS Fellow nominee. He authored a Hewlett Packard abstract titled “Cloud Computing Using Ray Technology.”
Jeff Leen, LA 79, has published a book, The Queen of the Ring: Sex, Muscles, Diamonds, and the Making of an American Legend (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2009). The book details the forgotten history of Mildred Burke, the first female athlete to earn $1 million, a professional lady wrestler who started out wrestling men in carnivals. Leen is the assistant managing editor in charge of The Washington Post’s investigations unit, where he has directed investigations that have been honored with five Pulitzer Prizes.
Zach Lemnios, SI 79, was nominated to be the director of defense research & engineering at the Department of Defense. If confirmed, this will make Lemnios the military’s top science and technology executive. He is currently the CTO at MIT Lincoln Lab.
Bruce J. Bikson, LA 80, recently returned from four months in Iraq with the U.S. Army. He was promoted to colonel in February 2008. While in Iraq, Bikson ran his first marathon with a time of 3:47:04. He is the president/owner of Complete Dental Care in Lenexa, Kan. His daughter was accepted at the University of Washington to pursue a graduate degree in marine biology. Bikson’s son is a mechanical engineer with Henderson Engineers in Overland Park, Kan.
Steven Plank, GR 80, won the 2009 Thomas Binkley Award from Early Music America for outstanding achievement in performance and scholarship by the director of a university Collegium Musicum. Plank is the director of the Collegium Musicum at Oberlin College, where he also is professor and chair of the department of musicology. He has taught at Oberlin since 1980.
Larry Robinson, GR 81, GR 84, is the vice president for research at Florida A&M University. He is the director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Environmental Cooperative Science Center housed at FAMU. Previously, Robinson was a professor in the Environmental Sciences Institute at FAMU.
Ilene Fine, LA 82, launched a series of children’s board books, Brandy and Val: Real Dogs with Real Tales, about her two rescue dogs, one a Hurricane Katrina survivor. Web site: www.BrandyandVal.com
Barbara K. Allan, LA 83, SW 85, has been a Spanish teacher for the past 10 years. She previously practiced clinical social work in the private sector. She has two daughters: McKinna, 20, and Kelsey, 18.
Kathi Chestnut, LW 83, received a Trial Practitioner Award as part of the 11th Annual Women’s Justice Awards by the St. Louis Daily Record and Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The award recognizes women making significant contributions in the area of expertise and creating a positive impact on the community. Chestnut is an attorney at Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C. in St. Louis.
Mary K. Connelly, FA 83, received tenure at the University of Colorado in Denver in May 2009. She is the area head of the painting and drawing program. Connelly will be an artist in residence at the Cité Internationale in Paris, France, during March and April 2010.
Evelyn A. Irving, SW 83, is president and CEO of EAI-INC (Employee Assistance and Individual Counselor Consultants). She opened this private practice
in 1989, following 25 years of experience as a counselor, consultant, trainer, and educator in New York City and St. Louis. Irving counsels troubled employees and their family members. In addition to her private practice, she has worked part time as adjunct professor and/or instructor for the social work schools at both Washington University and Saint Louis University.
Andrew J. Maniotis, LA 83, is an associate professor at the University of Illinois, Chicago, where he researches cancer.
Sharon (Johnson) Coleman, LW 84, was elected to the Illinois Appellate Court, First District after serving 12 years on the Circuit Court of Cook County, Ill.
Jayne D. Kramer, FA 84, is the regional manager, northeast, for Verizon Business. Kramer travels the world taking photographs in her free time. She has been to all seven continents.
Glen A. Lewis, GB 84, is the executive director of commercial property & projects at the Ocean Reef Club in Florida. Since 2006, he has managed all of the facilities and grounds of the exclusive private club with 4,000 members. The club grounds span more than 2,000 acres, and its facilities include three championship 18-hole golf courses; a private airport; a world-class marina; 12 five-star restaurants; a conference center; 150 ocean-front luxury lodging rooms; a state-of-the-art hospital; and a retail center with 15 boutique stores. Within the secured community, there are approximately 2,500 luxury estates and condominiums. The Ocean Reef Community Association produces over one million gallons of its own irrigation water per day.
Michael C. Sullivan, GR 84, owns DoveTail Woodshop, By the Hand from the Heart. He is a volunteer instructor in hunter safety education for the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Lisa (Rosenberger) Balbes, LA 85, and her husband, Mark Balbes, LA 86, have a son, Jack, who is a freshman at Washington University. Mark is a vice president at Asynchrony Solutions in St. Louis, and Lisa is owner and sole proprietor of Balbes Consultants.
Peter Baroth, LA 85, won the 2009 Amy Tritsch Needle Poetry Prize for his poem, “Earth Mother,” as voted on by the readers of Philadelpha Poems journal.
Annette (Gray) Frazier, UC 85, is a fourth-grade teacher. Frazier also is an advocate for the homeless. She works with organizations such as Rehabilitation of Arizona and NewLeaf Incorporated. She donates women’s and children’s clothing and other small items.
Cathleen D. Colman-O’Banion, BU 86, started her own marketing consulting firm, Consumer Point Marketing, in January 2009.
Charles Lawton, TI 86, is the only player from the St. Louis area invited to the U.S. Chess Championship. He is the second-highest-ranked player in Missouri and has reached the level of national master. Lawton is the primary engineer at BioMerieux Inc., a pharmaceutical company in Hazelwood, Mo.
Laura (Weber) Lutz, LA 86, is pursuing her master’s in social work degree at the University of Kansas. She has two children: Abigail, 15, and Nathan, 13. Lutz is scheduled to graduate in three years—when her daughter graduates from high school. The family resides in Kansas City.
Laura R. Barton, LA 87, is a government consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton in the Washington, D.C., area. She works in the areas of information technology, specifically public safety communications and emergency management. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
W. Daniel Bickerstaff, LA 87, is the founder of Ubiquitous Design, Limited, an architectural studio. Web site: www.udltd.com
Gina Maria Musolino, PT 87, is associate professor and coordinator of clinical education at the University of South Florida College of Medicine and the School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences.
Sava A. Vojcanin, LW 88, and his wife, Valerie, announce the birth of George Andrew on April 15, 2009. He joins big brother, John, 5, and big sister, Elizabeth, 2. The family resides in Lake Bluff, Ill. E-mail: email@example.com
Kathryn A. Hoppe, LA 89, teaches geology and other science classes at Green River Community College in Auburn, Wash. She is the author of three children’s books, written under the pen name of Charlotte Lewis Brown. Hoppe resides in Issaquah, Wash.
Chris Hutson, BU 89, spent four years after graduation as an infantry officer before attending medical school. While an infantry officer, Hutson led a platoon in combat during Desert Storm and earned the Bronze Star Medal. He currently is deployed to Iraq, where he is serving as chief of anesthesia and consultant in anesthesiology, Southwest Asia Theater. Hutson recently was promoted to lieutenant colonel. His wife, Kate, is an attorney and CEO of MOOMS Inc.
Susan A. Swan, LA 89, is a freelance writer. She received an MA from SIUE in the teaching of writing and a PhD in rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon University. She has three children: Chloe Isaabel, Cosette Rose, and Anais Kimme. Swan’s hobbies include poetry slamming, beachcombing, watching movies, and reading. She resides near North Padre Island, Texas.
Michael Bender, BU 90, is a partner in the new Fort Lauderdale law firm Kaye and Bender, PL. It is a full-service commercial law firm specializing in the representation of community associations. Michael resides in Plantation, Fla., with his wife, Vicky, and their children, Zack and Brianna.
Michael L. Goodall, EN 90, SI 04, won Boeing’s 2008 Global Diversity and Compliance Award for personal attributes and behavior.
Krista A. Terpack, FA 90, received an MBA from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, where she has worked as the senior graphic designer for more than 11 years. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronald Wilwert, LA 90, is the regional sales director at New Holland, an agricultural equipment manufacturer based in New Holland, Pa. Wilwert completed the executive MBA program at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2007. He resides in Raleigh, N.C. E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brooke (Squire) Wyatt, BU 90, and her husband, Brian Wyatt, LA 92, announce the birth of Camille Rose on Sept. 29, 2008. She joins big sister, Haley. The family resides in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Charlotte Lindell, LA 91, and James Hammond, LA 91, announce the birth of Helena and Mica in March 2009. The twins join big brother, Jacob. Hammond received an MBA from Georgetown University and is a vice president at AOL. Lindell is an associate general counsel at Freddie Mac.
Randy Welcher, TI 91, and his wife, Debbie, opened Chatfields Bridal boutique in Des Peres, Mo. The store has the largest selection of modest bridal gowns in the state of Missouri. Web site: www.chatfieldsboutique.com
Nick Santora, LA 92, and his wife, Janine, announce the birth of Daisy. She joins big sister, Sophie Bella. The family resides in Los Angeles, where Nick writes and produces television and film. His latest feature, The Throwback, is in pre-production and will be released in 2010.
David V. Powers, GR 93, GR 95, is the dean of arts and sciences at Seattle University. He moved to Seattle from the Baltimore/Washington area with his wife, Amy, and their son, Hersh. Previously, David was professor and chair of the psychology department at Loyola College.
Richard J. Tritthart, SI 93, SI 94, has worked at Cherokee Nation for five years in its human resources group, where he develops, prepares, and teaches management classes. Tritthart also works with the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation in preparing and presenting his quarterly news and updates to all employees.
Shari L. Harley, LA 94, launched The Harley Group International, a Denver-based training and consulting firm that helps people manage their reputations and build relationships that last. Harley is the author of the forthcoming book Where Did All My Customers Go and serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Denver. She also is vice president of professional development for the Colorado National Speakers Association.
Shannon Williams Higgins, BU 94, and her husband, Mike, announce the birth of Claire Elizabeth on May 29, 2009. She joins big sister, Emily, 5, and big brother, Jacob, 7. The family resides in Arlington, Va.
Sheryl D. Kennerly, SW 94, established a start-up freelance grant writing business. She focuses on small businesses, nonprofits, community organizations, and local and municipal entities. Kennerly assists with accessing resources available under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds through the federal government.
Dane Roper, LA 94, and his wife, Karin, announce the birth of Meredith Ann on May 29, 2009. E-mail: email@example.com
Lisa Alpart Firestone, BU 95, and her husband, Michael, announce the birth of Daniel Ian on May 14, 2009. He joins big brother, David Ryan, 2.
Anne (Kemerer) Jones, LA 96, and her husband, Charles, recently brought their new daughter, Claire Charlotte, home from China. She was born on Sept. 3, 2007, and became a U.S. citizen the moment she set foot on American soil on March 12, 2009. The family resides in Seattle. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean C. Reilly, EN 96, returned from deployment to Iraq. He has begun a two-year fellowship in critical care medicine at Walter Reed in Washington, D.C.
Amy (Buchholz) Sbihli, PT 96, is a physical therapist at Spinal Dynamics of Wisconsin. She is certified in Schroth, an exercise-based approach to treat scoliosis. Sbihli has helped many scoliosis patients improve postural appearance and breathing. In some cases, curve progression has slowed or stopped—and surgery was avoided. She is pursuing a Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Washington University.
Kevin Tseng, LA 96, FA 96, wrote and illustrated a children’s picture book, Ned’s New Home, published by Tricycle Press.
Amanda Wilson, LA 96, LA 96, and her husband, Darren Wong, announce the birth of Olivia Grace Wong on March 20, 2009. She joins big brother, Evan, 3. The family resides in Danville, Calif.
Jennifer Gauvain, SW 97, co-authored and published the book, How to Marry the Wrong Guy: A Guide for Avoiding the Biggest Mistake of Your Life. Gauvain is a relationship therapist in private practice. Web site: www.coldfeetpress.com
Jennifer (Levison) Izraelewicz, LA 97, GR 97, and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of Eli Asher on July 28, 2007. He joins big brother, Aaron, 3. The family resides in Deerfield, Ill. Jennifer is a full-time mother, and Mark is an equity partner at Marshall, Gerstein, and Borun, a firm specializing in intellectual property law. E-mail: email@example.com
Marjan Mashhadi, LA 97, and Matthew Specter were married on May 30, 2009, in Waterford, Conn. The couple resides in New Haven, Conn., where Marjan is an attorney and Matthew is an assistant professor at Central Connecticut State University.
Angel Yuen, SW 97, is a social work supervisor and acting social services director for a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco.
Christine (Galofre) Allen, BU 98, is taking a fall sabbatical from her marketing position with Frito-Lay to volunteer with needy women and children in Bangalore, India, for three months.
Mehmet E. Dokucu, GM 98, is a faculty member at Northwestern University.
Allison (Gordon) Levy, LA 98, and her husband, Jeremy Levy, BU 98, announce the birth of Adam Tilden and Brooks Gordon on May 7, 2009. The family resides in Arlington, Va.
Phil Radford, LA 98, is the executive director of Greenpeace USA, an environmental group that blends colorful protests, organizing, and lobbying.
Nichol (Lingafelter) Starr, LA 98, and her husband, Bryan Starr, EN 99, announce the birth of Annalie Donna on April 1, 2009. She joins big brothers, Jonah, 4, and Boden, 2. The family resides in Centennial, Colo., where Bryan is an associate structural engineer for S.A. Miro, Inc. Nichol, an attorney, telecommutes on a part-time basis for Veritas School in Newberg, Ore.
Derrick Brooks, EN 99, is the assistant director of retail Web services at Scottrade.
Khara Coleman, LA 99, LW 03, and Blaine Washington II were married on May 16, 2009, in Oak Park, Ill. Khara is an associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in Chicago, and Blaine is completing his residency at Rush University Medical Center, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: kharaandblaine.weddings.com
Michael Dahlie, GR 99, won the 2009 PEN/Hemingway Award for his book, A Gentleman’s Guide to Graceful Living.
Arsalan Iftikhar, LA 99, LW 03, is an international human rights lawyer, founder of TheMuslimGuy.com, and contributing editor for Islamica magazine in Washington, D.C.
Ben Lewis, LA 99, started Engage As You Age, LLC, in San Francisco. The organization brings what homebound adults/seniors love to their doorstep, and engages them in anything from opera to physics to crafts. Web site: www.engageasyouage.com
Arthur R. Maines, Jr., SW 99, created and presented two 90-minute presentations at the 2009 NASW state social worker symposium at the Lake of the Ozarks. The presentations were titled “Spiritual Abuse: Helping Clients Overcome Religious Wounding,” and “Towards a Healthy Self: Empowering Clients Recovering from a Narcissistic Parent.”
Julie (Markwardt) Miller, EN 99, and her husband, Jeff, announce the birth of Charlotte Rose on Nov. 10, 2008. The family resides in Ballwin, Mo.
David L. Molfese, LA 99, received a PhD in biomedical sciences in April 2009 from Baylor College of Medicine. His concentration is in neuroscience.
Stella Ng Nguyen, EN 99, and her husband, John Nguyen, EN 01, announce the birth of Jacob Xavier on June 2, 2009. The family resides in San Ramon, Calif., where Stella is a QA manager for Oracle and John is an operations manager for OsiSoft.
Katsuyuki Yamashita, GB 99, received a PhD in economics in March 2009 from Nagoya University in Japan. Yamashita is a lecturer at Otemon University School of Business in Japan.
Aaron H. Averbuch, LA 00, SI 00, and his wife, Joelle, announce the birth of Aviva Tzipora on April 23, 2009. The family resides in Seattle.
Michael Herring, LA 00, received a Master of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He resides in Chicago with his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Julia Grace. Herring is the principal of East Chicago Lighthouse Charter School, where he works with a passionate group of teachers focused on eliminating the achievement gap. E-mail: email@example.com
Joe Jaggie, GB 00, started a weekly newsletter, The Buzz. The newsletter generates revenue from advertising sales and is currently being marketed to entrepreneurs around the country. The Buzz is designed to help small businesses reach their customers and to help people start their own business at a very low start-up cost. Web site: www.buzzthisweek.com
John Gilbert McCurdy, GR 00, GR 04, published Citizen Bachelors: Manhood and the Creation of the United States (Cornell University Press, 2009). He is assistant professor of history at Eastern Michigan University.
Benjamin Myers, GR 00, GR 03, received Oklahoma Baptist University’s Promising Teacher Award in May 2009. He is an associate professor of English. Myers studies poetics and early-modern literature, and his essays on Edmund Spenser have been published in several prominent journals. Also a poet, he has had poems published in Byline, The Mid-American Poetry Review, Mobius, the Lily Review, and volumes six and seven of The Arkansas Literary Forum. He and his wife, Mandy, have two daughters: Grace and Elizabeth.
Rupal (Lakhani) Yu, LA 00, and her husband, Andrew Yu, LA 99, announce the birth of Eeshan Lianh-Weh. He joins big brother, Aanand, 4. The family resides in Carrboro, N.C. Rupal is doing a residency in family medicine, and Andrew is attending law school.
Kara M. Barnett, LA 01, MD 05, is finishing her anesthesiology residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She will be working as an attending anesthesiologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
Joe E. Donlin, LA 01, is finishing course work for dual master’s degrees at the University of Michigan in the School of Public Policy and the School of Social Work.
Michael Fill, EN 01, and his wife, Mary, announce the birth of Jack Douglas on March 17, 2009. Michael completed his emergency medicine residency at Botsford Hospital in July 2009 and now works in the emergency departments at both Garden City Hospital and Allegiance Health in Michigan.
Ian Forshner, BU 01, LW 06, and Michael Smith, LW 06, are both associates at large, nationally recognized law firms in the New York metropolitan area. Their practices focus on real estate and construction-related transactions and disputes throughout the region. Both recently became LEED Accredited Professionals and are focusing their efforts on helping to develop the emerging area of green building law.
Angela (Brickler) Schroeder, EN 01, and her husband, Brian, announce the birth of Emily on Dec. 15, 2008. Angela was named one of the Society of Women Engineers’ New Faces of Engineering 2009.
David C. Zaluski, LA 01, and his wife, Kate, graduated from Creighton University on May 16, 2009. David received a DDS from the School of Dentistry, and Kate received an MD from the School of Medicine. David is a dentist at the Holyoke Community Health Center in Massachusetts.
Monica (Zwick) Zeitlin, LA 01, received an MBA from Georgetown University. She and her husband, Ben, are moving to Philadelphia, where Monica will work in marketing for Johnson & Johnson’s McNeil Consumer Healthcare.
Franci G. Fealk, LA 02, was one of 15 attorneys selected to participate in the Second Annual Arizona State Bar Leadership Institute. She is a litigation associate in the Scottsdale office of Kutak Rock LLP, a national law firm.
Tae Man Kim, GL 02, GL 03, recently finished three years of mission at the Korean Embassy in Washington, D.C. He now works for the Korean Intellectual Property Office in Daejeon, Korea. This is the equivalent of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Patrick J. Longstreth, BU 02, creates 3-D motion graphics for Meet the Press, Nightly News, and the Today Show, all at NBC. He resides in Washington, D.C.
Brian Shiro, GR 02, was selected by The Mars Society as one of six crew members for an expedition to the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station on Devon Island in the Canadian arctic. He and his crew conducted a one-month simulated Mars mission at the remote outpost to improve understanding of how in the future people on Mars will search for resources via aerial, ground, and subsurface geophysical surveys. Web sites: www.astronautforhire.com and www.fmars.org
Sara Sprague, LA 02, graduated cum laude from Roger Williams University School of Law in May 2008. She is practicing municipal law and civil litigation in Providence, R.I.
Erin (Nolan) Tella, LA 02, and her husband, Serafin, announce the birth of Isabella Grace Tella-Nolan on Feb. 15, 2009.
Emily (Brooks) Watts, LA 02, and her husband, Michael, announce the birth of Evelyn Vie on March 21, 2009. The family resides in Dayton, Ohio, where Mike is a pediatric resident at Wright-Patterson AFB and Dayton Children’s Hospital.
Ashley Yarchin, LA 02, is a reporter at KSDK-TV Channel 5 in St. Louis.
Shadi Abedin, LA 03, graduated from the New York University School of Dentistry in 2007. After completing an advanced education in general dentistry residency at Boston University, she began an endodontic residency there.
Jennifer L. Belmont, LA 03, GR 05, LW 09, and Brent Jennings were married in January 2009 in Graham Chapel at Washington University.
William A. Carden, GR 03, GR 06, is an assistant professor of economics and business at Rhodes College.
R. Ryan Field, EN 03, EN 03, finished his preliminary year in internal medicine in Kansas City. He and his wife, Sarah, moved to St. Louis to begin his residency in anesthesiology at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Sarah is in private practice with St. John’s Mercy Hospital in allergy and immunology.
Scott L. Neuberger, BU 03, and Libby Brown were married on Nov. 8, 2008. Scott sold his business, College Boxes, and moved to Carlsbad, Calif., where he is president of Infocore, a marketing and research firm.
Ilene Shevrin, LA 03, received an MPH from the University of Michigan in 2007 and will return to school in fall 2010 to pursue an MSW. She is interning at Deborah’s Place in Chicago and is a research assistant with Rush University.
Elizabeth Fujii, LA 04, was named a member of Barack Obama’s presidential transition team in November 2008. She helped prepare the president-elect to take over in Washington, D.C.
Julie A. Leibach, LA 04, worked with AmeriCorps in its VISTA program for one year after graduating from Washington University. She then attended graduate school at New York University in the science, health, and environmental reporting program. Leibach works as an environmental journalist for Audubon Magazine.
Mary Logeais, LA 04, and Justin Buszin, LA 04, were married on June 6, 2009, in Minnetonka, Minn. The couple resides in New Haven, Conn., where Mary is a resident physician at Yale-New Haven Hospital and Justin is pursuing a PhD at Brown University.
Lorri (Fehlker) Martin, LA 04, and her husband, Drew Martin, LA 06, announce the birth of Ella Rose on Feb. 17, 2009. The family resides in Columbia, Mo., where Drew is a student at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri and Lorri is a physical therapist at Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital.
Adam Pase, LA 04, is the executive director of the New Democratic Coalition, a group of economically moderate House Democrats that is run out of the office of California Rep. Ellen O. Tauscher.
Jonathan Potler, BU 04, is an accountant for Swift Energy in Houston.
Laura Richards, LA 04, graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine in June 2008. She is in residency for periodontics at Saint Louis University.
Hope V. Welles, LA 04, was ordained as an Episcopal priest in June 2008 at Christ Church Cathedral in St. Louis. She serves as a school chaplain at Episcopal High School of Jacksonville, Fla. She and her husband, Luke Jernagan, who also is a reverend, reside outside of Jacksonville.
Scott J. Bevan, LA 05, and his wife, Catherine Powers Bevan, LA 05, graduated from medical school at UT Southwestern. Both began their residencies at Parkland Hospital in Dallas—Scott in pathology and Catherine in OB/Gyn.
Danielle Borrin, LA 05, is working in President Barack Obama’s Office of Public Engagement. She is the special assistant for intergovernmental affairs and public engagement in the Office of the Vice President.
Matthew J. Minn, LA 05, graduated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in May 2009. He entered a preliminary internal medicine residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine hospitals and clinics in Chicago in July. After he completes that residency, he will begin a diagnostic radiology residency at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Shannon M. Puopolo, LA 05, graduated from the University of Miami School of Law in May 2009. After she took the Florida Bar Exam in July, she began work as an associate litigation attorney at the law firm of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt in Fort Myers, Fla.
Cassidy S. Blackwell, LA 06, is a consultant with Fern Tiger Associates. She recently traveled to Brazil. Blackwell will be riding in the AIDS/LifeCycle challenge—a bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money and awareness for HIV/AIDS.
Anna (Kreisle) Humble, LA 06, graduated from Harvard Divinity School and is working toward her ordination in the United Church of Christ. She and her husband, Robert Humble, EN 06, met at Washington University through their shared love for a cappella.
Beth A. Rubenstein, LA 06, received the 2009 Judge Bernard S. Meyer Scholarship. The award, funded by the law firm of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, PC and administered by The New York Bar Foundation, is presented annually to a student who exhibits excellence in legal writing and advocacy skills. Rubenstein is a student at St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, N.Y.
Ben M. Schumacher, LA 06, recently worked at a language institute in La Paz, Bolivia. He is a graduate student at Harvard Business School.
Jennifer (Prosky) Stone, LA 06, LW 09, and her husband, Scott Stone, SI 07, EN 07, met as freshmen at Washington University. They celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary in August 2009.
Meira Bresler, SW 07, and her husband, Daniel Riemer, LW 08, announce the birth of Eliana. Daniel is an associate in the corporate and finance department at Kaye Scholer LLP in New York.
Jessica Brodbeck, LA 07, is a consultant at the Dairy Business Innovation Center. She markets, develops business, and plans events for specialty and artisan cheesemakers in Wisconsin.
Ilana R. Cohen, LA 07, attends the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. She is working toward a Master of Environmental Management. Cohen’s younger brother, Joel, is a student at Washington University (Arts & Sciences Class of 2011).
David Friedman, LW 07, is working as a contract attorney and teaching juggling and circus arts in elementary schools around Washington, D.C.
Evan S. Goldner, LA 07, is the director of Birch Hill Summer Camp in New Hampshire. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web site: www.campbirchhill.com
Katie (Hagerty) Young, GR 07, earned a Master of Arts in international affairs. She is a teacher at Visitation Academy in St. Louis, where she studies and teaches international affairs, particularly in regard to the Middle East. She and her husband, Hunter, bought their first home in December 2008.
Anastasia Lakhtikova, GR 07, is a lecturer in the School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her translation, Friedman Space by Victor Pelevin, will be published in Best European Fiction 2010.
Angela Markle, LA 07, is a second-year law student and a master’s candidate in English literature at the University of Pennsylvania. She is working for the general counsel for the school district of Philadelphia.
Joy M. Maxwell, LA 07, completed her second year of service with AmeriCorps St. Louis in summer 2009. She is a graduate student at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at the University.
Shekhar Wig, GL 07, is a legal associate at QuisLex Legal Solutions Pvt. Ltd. in India.
Rachna S. Goel, LA 08, completed her first year of law school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Simone T. Yao, BU 08, is pursuing her singing and acting career in Taiwan.
Mary E. Keohane, LA 09, is living in the Boston area and studying for the LEED exam.
Jacob A. Kieval, LA 09, is interning at Meimad Television Studios in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Keith J. Masso, LA 09, is pursuing a Master of Arts in mathematics education at Teachers College at Columbia University.
Joel S. Simon, EN 09, is attending Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Andreas Sobottka, GL 09, has been an attorney in Germany for more than 20 years. He is certified as a specialized lawyer for labor and social law.