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1990s– 2001

Greetings to all! A few folks sent me news via email, and those emails were deleted by accident. If you sent me an email message, and you don’t see your news in the column, please resend it. Sorry about that. Adam Page wrote that he and his wife, Kelly, welcomed their daughter, Lillian (Lilly) Grace Page on February 22, 2001. Adam graduated from Boston College Law School in 1998, and he is a corporate attorney with Gadsby Hannah LLP in Boston. They live in Newburyport, Mass. On September 3, 2001, Kendall McCauley Manzo and husband Patrick welcomed their first child, John Patrick (Jack) Manzo. Following Jack’s arrival, Kendall resigned her position as director of alumni relations at Milton Academy to stay at home full time, and she’s never been happier. The Manzos are currently living in Boston. Kurt Weisenfluh is living in Larchmont, N.Y. He and his wife of eight years, Maura (Meskill) have two healthy boys, Matt and Owen. They keep Kurt and Maura on their toes. Maura is a real estate salesperson for Julia B Fee, and Kurt is a bond trader working for Merrill Lynch & Co. in New York City. John and Anne (’91) Lucey announced the birth of their daughter, Danielle, on September 27, 2001. She was born on her Dad’s birthday. Sharon Winter Donahue teaches reading recovery as well as one session of kindergarten at Bristol Elementary School in Bristol, Vt. She is taking a reading recovery course at UVM this year. Heather Schermerhan King of Charlotte, Vt., married Brian King of Reading, Mass. They have two children, Pembroke and Trenton. Heather is an event manager at Castle Hill in Ipswich, Mass. Michele Keefe Martin and husband Philip of Williston, Vt., welcomed their son, Noah, on July 31, 2001. Robert Rosen is working as a strategic media consultant at the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C.

Themarge McLellan Small, a med student at UCLA, and her husband, John, a project manager at Western Allied Corporation, are enjoying being the parents of daughter Isabelle Maireed McLellan Small, who was born March 14, 2001. They are “blissfully”" living in Pasadena and would love to hear from old friends. Their email address is tsmall@ucla.edu. John Quinn, the executive director for ACT, Action for Community Transformation, a Washington, D.C., based non-profit organization, was tragically killed on August 25, 2001, by a Honduran gang member. John had been organizing a scholarship fund for low-income secondary school youth, working on AIDS/HIV prevention with local health workers, and establishing a neighborhood soccer club. The John O. Quinn Scholarship Fund will award grants to secondary school students in Honduras. Deanna Damiano Bastianich and her husband, Joseph, are proud to announce the birth of their third child, Ethan Alexander, born November 8, 2001. They live in Greenwich, Conn., with their daughter, Olivia, and sons Miles and Ethan. Living in Columbus, Ohio, Karen Shore Meyer is a stay-at-home mom of two: Sydney and Max. She recalls how much fun our reunion was last June. Liz Katz and her partner, Letitia, let us know that they are expecting their first child. Stephen Mayhew of Bloomfield, N.J., graduated from Seton Hall Law School in June 2000. He has been working as a law clerk for a family court judge but hopes to find a job as an associate in a firm practicing civil law. Dr. Connie Hunt is the behavioral health consultant for the Pacific Northwest region of Indian Health Services. An enrolled Puyallup tribal member, she works in both mental health and chemical dependency. Susan Langenheim of Windsor, Mass., wrote that Tara Fleming Patterson and her husband, Rob, are the proud new parents of Emma Katherine, who was born in September. The Pattersons live in North Carolina. Tammy Cousino married Randy Lear on May 14, 2000, in New Haven, Vt. Last February, they welcomed Jack Randall Lear, and “he is a joy.” Tammy works part time as a physical therapist. She keeps in touch with Heather Matthew Dibenedetto, who lives in Boston, and Carolyn Gagne Hoffman, who lives in Maine with her husband, Eric, and their two children. Bryan Biederman and his wife, Elaine Adrian ’90, spent a week out in Seattle visiting Bryan’s UVM roommate, Chuck Tompkins, last October. They had a great time catching up. Bryan and Elaine enjoy living in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., with their three children. He wrote, “Last August, we toured the UVM campus with two kiddy strollers. It was quite bizarre!” Steven Ratner wrote that he has expanded his Manhattan elder law practice by opening an office in White Plains, N.Y. Eric Patel and his wife, Diana, bought a house in Chelmsford, Mass., in September 2000. Eric works for Nokia in Burlington, Mass., as a QA and test manager. Susan Grimes and her husband, Chris, are the owners of the Stowehof Inn in Stowe, Vt. Susan is a former teacher at St. Albans, Vt., Elementary School. Christopher McCabe and his wife, Helen, have two daughters, Molly and Charlotte. He is a vice president with WWF Entertainment in New York City. Jay (’90) and Heather Campbell Wager happily celebrated the first birthday of their daughter, Amanda Starr, on January 6, 2002. Along with friends and family, godparents Jim and Suzanne Sammis Cabot attended the party. Happy New Year, everyone! Here’s to a healthy and happy 2002. I know that many of you read class notes to see what is happening with our classmates, so now it’s your turn to send us a note so we can include you and your news. By the time you are reading this issue, the deadline may have already passed for the summer issue, so send your news right away to either one of us (see addresses at top of column) or via email to alumni@ uvm.edu. Lets get reconnected with our class. Thanks to our classmates who did send news for this issue.

I can tell it’s reunion time by the floods of information coming in for this column. We’ve tried to get it all in, but in case we didn’t, you’d better come to our 10th reunion so you can talk to people in person. Thanks for all the donations. We are well on our way to hitting our class targets. Have a safe spring and hope to see you all in May. Jodi Wing Flanagan and husband Dan wrote to say that they have another baby, Gray, who was born September 5, 2001. They live in Burke, Vt., with their other son, Yale, who adores the new baby. Jodi looks forward to the reunion and hopes to see lots of old friends. Mark Furr and Melanie Edwards ’93 announced the birth of their first child, Elise LeMoyne Furr, who was born June 3, 2001. Melanie is taking a year off from teaching to stay home with Elise while Mark continues to work as an engineer and project manager. He travels frequently, including trips to projects in Guam and Poland. Gregory Hebert is currently teaching America’s youth, which he self-proclaims to perhaps scare many. Danielle Trudeau let us know that Maurisa Dietle Meyer lives in Keene, N.H. Our class president Tom Gubbins and Jennifer Hatch were married on June 16, 2001, in Bridgton, Maine. Many UVM alumni were in attendance, including Barry Scheff, John and Jenny (’91) Mason, Wayne Chadbourne, Chris Jones, Tod Wehse ’91, Russ Clark ’91, Andrew Meyer, Peter Melnik ’91, Nick Meyer, Taylor Meyer, Kristin Rohrbach, Stephanie MacDonald ’93, and Kate Monglat. Dave Cote started a healthcare consulting business in 2000 upon leaving Kaiser Permanente. He specializes in health insurance-related matters, serving individuals, providers, and employers throughout Vermont. Doug Gilman got together with Chris Lamson, Dave Wright ’88, and Scott Aldrich for a Red Sox game in Montreal last July. Capt. Jennifer Swift wrote that she has just moved from Tokyo to Atlanta, where she is attending graduate school at Georgia Tech. She wrote that it is great to be back in America, and she is looking forward to seeing everyone at reunion. John Woodard just celebrated his seventh anniversary at UNUM Provident Corporation. He works in their Portland Customer Care Center administering short-term disability claims for large case clients. Brian and Kelly Tivnan are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, Brendan Francis, on June 2, 2001. Stephanie Gray Meunier is an account manager with IBM. She lives in Vermont with her husband, Jayson, and their son, Jake. Stephanie regularly keeps in touch with Adri Phillips Ahmed and Kerri O’Brien Hayes. Kevin Schroeder and his wife have a new daughter, Olivia, born on June 21, 2001. Kevin would like to congratulate Gordie and Brooke Spater and Fred Schroeder and Jodi Rathburn on their marriages, both of which took place on June 2, 2001. Cecil Hodges graduated with a master’s degree in nursing and will be working in a local Hingham, Mass., clinic. Trina Harvey began a new job as a kindergarten teacher for the Essex Junction, Vt., school system. Cecil wrote that Laurie Szwez and her husband, Kirby, expect to have some happy news later this year. Tammy Chase Brown welcomed her fourth son, Caleb, in October 2000. Her family moved into a new log home in Westford, Vt., on January 1, 2001. Cedric Charbin and his wife, Stacey, welcomed their son, Alexandre, into the world on June 15, 2001. All three of them are happily living in Montreal, Canada. Kim Schwarzkopf wrote that she had a baby on June 11, 2001. His name is Kai Moss Clarke. Sarah Copeland Hanzas is busy raising her three children and coaching high school field hockey and softball. She stays in contact with Jenn Stone, who is a pilot with United Express. Jennifer Schwartz now lives in Cambridge, Mass., happily working in a consulting firm for private equity clients. Recently, she has been spending time with classmate, Jackie Andre. She also reported that Andre Stabin is doing well in New York City, still working at Merrill Lynch, and that Lisa Aserkoff, an attorney in Washington, D.C., is busy assisting her mom in the planning of Lisa’s wedding. Suzanne Faivre wrote that she was married on September 8, 2001, to Mark Cioffi in Montpelier, Vt. Her brothers, Sam ’90 and Rob ’87, were ushers. Her bridesmaids included Rachel Swartz (’91) Smith and Lauren Aines Collier. Suzanne wrote that she is now related to her sophomore year roommate Trudy Aylward (’93) Cioffi, who is her new sister-in-law. Sarah Eddy Hart married Ian Hart on October 8, 2000. Ian is from Dartmouth, England. They welcomed a baby boy, Jackson Robert Hart, into the world on July 20, 2001. The family makes their home in Marblehead, Mass., and they are loving every minute of it. David Kotz of Far Hills, N.J., received a write up in The Bernardsville News last December. As a member of the Liberty Corner First Aid Squad, he was among those who responded to a call from the parent of a 14-month-old child who had fallen and struck her head. The parent was extremely grateful to David and the others for their outstanding level of service.

Kimberly Kleiman Lynch welcomed the birth of her second child, Gillian Suzanne, in June 2001. She joins her big brother, Connor, in the family’s Bradford, Mass., home. Jennifer Sorenson Buddenhagen and her husband, Erich, were married on June 23, 2001, on Block Island, R.I. Many UVM friends were there, including Annie Newell, Elisa Magnotta, Tiffany Shannis ’94, Emily Farber, Andrea Langlais (’94) Sleeper, Sam Crocker, Kevin Donaldson, Tom McClutchy ’94, and Kevin Sleeper. Jim Keller married Stephanie Hirsch in Tenafly, N.J., on September 7, 2001. Ushers in the wedding included Raj Bharwani, Peter Kim, and Jay Meadows ’94. Jim and Stephanie thank all of these UVMers, some of whom traveled thousands of miles, for joining them in celebration of their marriage.

Sara Cota Daly and husband Christopher welcomed their first child, Samuel, on July 13, 2001. Sara is working as a physical therapist in Middlebury, Vt., and Chris is the assistant to the golf pro at Middlebury College. Sara wrote, “We hope all is well with our UVM friends.” Adam Riley has relocated to Jackson Hole, Wyo., where he is a co-owner of Jackson Hole Housewrights, builders of fine timber frame homes. He and Christina Emde are planning a June 22 wedding atop Shadow Mountain, facing the Grand Tetons. Muffy Lake wrote with tons of UVM news: Johanne Master ’95 and Jon Aigneau are engaged. Perry Fatuova turned 30 in November, and his wife, Rachel, threw a great party for him in their new home in New Jersey. Fun alums who were there included Jon Bennis, Greg Finkle, Abby and Tim O’Brien, Ed Bien (home from China), Drew Shimomura, Brian and Tara Cordino Gibbs, and Pete and Jill Gumkowski Vanderpot. Muffy also recently got together in Charlotte, Vt., at the home of Deb and Eric Morris with Beck Shattles, Chris Kimble, and Jen Gledhill. In December, Deb and Eric had a baby girl named Alexandra Swenson Morris. Jenna Malone ’95 is engaged and living in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Megan Stone Iampietro married Dan Iampietro on October 14, 2000, in Connecticut. Megan worked in advertising and marketing for more than five years and made a big career change two years ago to education. Currently, she is teaching 3rd grade at a private school in Greenwich, Conn., where they live. Megan will receive her master’s degree in education in May 2002. Cyndi Bholin wrote that Jodi VonMaffei and Jen MacInnes both got engaged on the same day, the Saturday before New Year’s Eve. They are both planning weddings in spring/summer 2003. Also, Melissa Gross got married on the same day, December 29, in Boston at the Copley Plaza. There were many UVMers there. Some of the UVM alums who were out and about over New Year’s Eve weekend in Burlington included Narric Rome, Tyler Buck, Andy O’Connell, Paul Zedlovich, Lisa Goodrich ’95, Jeffrey McNulty, Chris Rose ’92, Carey Rose ’93, and Kathryn Selig. Kathryn is a second-year law student at American University in Washington, D.C. Chris Rose ran into Damon Kinsey ’92, his freshman-year Jeanne Mance roommate, at the Strangefolk show in Stowe. Just some of the others rumored to be out in Burlington that weekend were Phil Grant, Eric Hynes, Sam Weber, the Mahoney trio of Maura, Sarah ’96, and Christine ’97, and Lindsey Cronin ’97. Nancy Hardiman Drew married Del Drew in May 1999. Nancy graduated from UMass med school the next week and moved to Boston, where she completed her residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. While there, she ran into Erin Tremblay, who is working in the anesthesia department. Last year, Nancy and Drew bought a house in Quincy, Mass., and in November, they had a beautiful baby girl, Katelyn Cleo. Nancy is planning on working in a private practice in Quincy starting this summer. The Drews recently visited Jill and Peter Vanderpot in Hartland, Vt., for a fun weekend with Nicole Boisvert, Tom Quinn ’95, and Andrea Noel-Doubleday and her husband, Michael. Jill owns her own gym and runs a gymnastics team in Norwich, Vt., while Peter has started his own contracting business. He has built some beautiful houses in the White River Junction, Vt., area. Anyone looking to build should look him up. The Vanderpots had a beautiful baby boy, Jared Patrick, on Easter Sunday 2001. Nicole and Tom were engaged during the same reunion weekend last year, and they are planning a July wedding in Maine. Nicole graduated from New England College of Optometry last summer and is completing a pediatric residency this year. She plans to work at the college when she is finished. Andrea is a physical therapist in the Deerfield, Mass., area, where she and Michael live. Scott and Melany Desautels Chepow could not make it to the mini-reunion. They were married in August 2000. They have been living in Winooski, Vt., but they were planning to move to Saratoga Springs in February. I hope they’ll look me up. Nancy also keeps in touch with Mandy Daly Hodson. Mandy and her husband, Tim, live in Vergennes, Vt., where they have opened their own store, Addison Outfitters. They have a beautiful daughter, Anna, who was born in June 2000.

John Russell wrote from Kent, Conn., to tell us that he is still teaching but gave up his afternoon jog to become a volunteer firefighter/EMT, which he finds to be just as good a workout. Carl Erickson and his wife, Kerin, are happy to announce the birth of their first child, Carl Douglas, on September 5, 2001. Mom, dad, and baby are doing great. Blake Latta and Penny Stasica were married on September 29, 2001, in Ludlow, Vt. Groomsmen included Ryan Clinton, Peter Keith, Matt Losse, and Joe Nastro. Honor Spire Engle and husband Doug welcomed their first child, a son, Charles Burton Engle, born October 7, 2001. They have been living near Boulder, Colo., for the past three years. Honor is a writer/editor at a marketing company. Jennifer Jacobs is in her third year of law school at New College School of Law in San Francisco. She keeps in touch with Nell Ryan, Jen Hughes, Susie Powers, and Erika Mark. Jennifer wrote that she and Erica Bowman saw all of them and Jill Munger and Samantha Smith Camera at Susie’s wedding in South Royalton, Vt., in June 2001. The class of 1995 has been pretty quiet lately, but I encourage you to write or send me an email with your latest news or messages.

Hi, everyone! We hope you all enjoyed a happy and healthy holiday season. Be sure to let us know of any exciting news in your life. We’d love to hear from you. I wanted to let everyone know that my co-secretary, Michelle, received a Silver Merit Award from the HSMAI annual competition for excellence in marketing in the travel industry. Her winning entry, completed for her employer, Virtuoso, was a series of consumer marketing pieces for luxury hotels and resorts around the world. Scott Bilyeu of Denver, Colo., visited his PT class buddy, Scott Bushweller, and wife Sarah last August. They had a great weekend of eating lobsters, body surfing, and attending the opening round of the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Amy Jo LeCours married Andy Tosch in Vermont in August 2000. They live in Essex Junction, Vt. Colleen Donovan was the maid of honor at her wedding, and Laura Stein and Melissa Stewart were both bridesmaids. Amy is now teaching English in Colchester, Vt. Also last August, Colleen Donovan married Mike Morrison. Amy LeCours Tosch was a bridesmaid along with Paula Cronk Chausse and Kathy Queaely O’Keefe. Other UVMers in attendance included Christie Casey, Jon Gilmore G’94, Erin Nye (’97) Gilmore, Cheryl Rainville, Maureen Barry ’97, Jen Bulger Mitchell, Scott Mitchell ’99, Tom Lyons, Mindy Herrick (’97) Lyons, John Rudick, and Krista Valentino. Whitney Brown wrote that, because she is living in the Boston area, she frequently sees Jess Jonas, Jenny and Dan Whitacker, Elizabeth Dawson, and Grey Lee (who is usually hanging from chandeliers). Whitney was also a bridesmaid in the recent wedding of Elizabeth Dawson ’97. Gray and Whitney say hello to Sladers and L&Lers. Alex Nuttall wrote that in October 2000 he ended a 3.5-year career in environmental consulting to pursue a career in information technology, and in April 2001 he moved to Arlington, Va. Finally, Sean Stevens wrote that he is getting married on May 11, 2002, in Connecticut, and he would love to share the day with any old UVM friends in the area. Johnette Hartnett has been awarded the prestigious Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation Fellowship in Public Policy, one of only four recipients nationwide. Johnette is an assistant research professor at UVM, but she will spend a year on Capitol Hill working on legislation related to individuals with disabilities and their families. She has focused her research on how state and federal legislation affects people with disabilities. That’s all the news for now. Hope to hear from all of you soon.

Todd and Kadi Burroughs Luchsinger have a new son, Ethan, born January 8, 2001. Todd is the controller and assistant treasurer of the Agway Insurance Group, and Kadi is a physical therapist with the Visiting Nurses Association. They make their home in Syracuse, N.Y. Megan Tifft received her master’s in educational leadership in May 2001. She has been working for UVM Extension as a 4H youth educator. Christopher Gouin worked for Morgan Stanley in Burlington, Vt., then left for a short time to become an investment representative to help expand their program before rejoining Morgan Stanley in 2000. He started the Web site thevisastore.com. Christopher is engaged to marry Eva Jensen, who is from Denmark. Ashley Kidder Campbell and her husband live in Bethesda, Md. Jennifer LaVallee works in labor and delivery at Augusta Maine General. She has taken graduate courses at Simmons College and at the University of Maine South Portland. She has been having fun, doing a lot of hiking and biking. Jaime Hanaway is a graduate student at Tulane School of Social Work, and she plans to apply to Tulane Law School. Jaime lives in New Orleans. Jennifer Potvin Fath of Grand Isle, Vt., welcomed her son, Samuel, into the world on January 10, 2001. Sarah Bosley married William Slimbaugh, a 1993 graduate of Holy Cross College, on September 25, 2001. UVM attendees included Sara Vartanian, Nancy Surdek, Dave Westbrook ’96, Heather Blake, and Melissa Caron. The Slimbaughs will live in Duxbury, Mass. Sarah also let us know that Nancy Surdek married Dave Westbrook ’96 on September 15, 2001. Attendants included Phil Eboli ’96, Matt Johnson ’96, Brian Tartianelli ’96, Eric Lavoi ’96, Gino Riffle ’96, Sarah Bosley, Sara Vartanian, Heather Blake, and Melissa Ceron. Sarah also wrote that Heather Blake is engaged to Robert Callum, Kelly Fox is engaged to John Stremel. Prior to moving to Salt Lake City, Utah, in May 2001, Heather McLaughlin and Chris Kolb visited Jay Vandenburg in Hawaii. Heather let us know that she and Chris got together with Joe Woerner for a weekend hiking trip in Grand Teton National Park. Michele Bahnik of Oyster Bay, N.Y., is engaged to a fellow teacher and Ithaca College graduate, Kevin Mercier. They are planning a July 2002 wedding. Sara Wool lives in Boston, where she has worked for Carney, Sandoe & Associates for the past three years. Cara Selchan of Natick, Mass., was recently engaged, and she is planning her wedding for August 3, 2002. Heather Shannon is enrolled in a certificate program in tailoring at FIT. She also volunteers at the Bronx Zoo/Wildlife Conservation Park and the ASPCA. Last June, Heather got together with Jessica Dayton and Dana Rons ’96 in Dublin, and they traveled around Ireland. Jessica finished her first year of law school in San Francisco, and she is studying at Trinity College in Dublin this summer. Dana is working in her field and living in Boston. Heather’s roommate, Jennifer Belter ’99, completed her second year of law school at Yeshiva University. Timothy Kaul of New York City let us know that Dan Flynn works for Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in New York and Christie Millard, who also lives in New York City, was recently engaged.

Alexandra Bovey is living in the New Haven, Conn., area with Mark Isselhardt. Alexandra is in her second year at Yale School of Nursing, studying to become a midwife. She and Mark both miss Vermont.

Well, 2002 is underway. I am sure most of us are thankful to have a New Year. I hope you are all getting out there and enjoying winter. Make the most of it. I do have some updates for you, some engagements, some moves. Please keep them coming. In this day and age, it is so important to keep in touch. While running the Dublin marathon, Roger Cummins faked a knee injury at mile 16 and proposed to his girlfriend, Anne Virginia McDevitt of Avon, N.J. The wedding is set to take place on August 24, 2002, on the Jersey shore where they met. Roger, congratulations and best of luck to you! I just hope the DPsi boys behave themselves at the wedding. Allison Spies is officially off the market. Rob Stewart surprised her on her birthday with a shiny, round object. Congratulations to both of you! Since winter is underway, I would like to mention how two of our fellow classmates are spending their cold winter nights. Kevin Chipman and Chirag Vyas moved to St. John at the end of September and are “whooping it up” down on the island. After living on a boat for about a month, they finally have settled down in an apartment. I am sure they will welcome any UVMers, so plan your trip now. Chipper, Cheech, I hope you are doing right by UVM down there. Make us proud! Sarah Brown received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Louisiana State University last December. After spending two years in the bayous of Louisiana, Sarah looks forward to returning to the Northeast. Sarah, I hope you are settling into the cold winters once again. Welcome back! John Naso wanted everyone to know that he is a 7th grade science teacher and astronomy teacher in Winchester, N.H. He is also part-owner of a business. Meghan Grantham lives in Newton, Mass., and works in the Newton Public School with children with special needs. Saran MacCallum accepted the position of town planner in Colchester, Vt., in September 2001. She is engaged to marry Eric Hodd in July 2002. In a previous VQ, I mentioned that someone was looking for Suzy Kaplan. You can reach Suzy by email at skg2626@aol.com. Please let me know if there is anyone out there you would like to hear from. I am more than happy to help. It’s great to hear all of your exciting updates. Please keep them coming, even if it is just a funny story to share. Take care!

David Cotoni wrote that he and R.S. Tyzbir of UVM’s Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences were invited to give a presentation at the New England chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Conference in Providence, R.I. They presented on the subject, “Age Prediction Equations Used to Estimate Metabolic Maximum During Physical Activity in Children, Young Adults, Elderly, and at High Altitude.” Veronique Derksen and Peter Mango ‘00 moved to Geneva, Switzerland.01Lindsay Robillard has taken a position as athletic trainer for Yale University’s women’s soccer and men’s baseball teams. She plans to begin graduate work in sports management at the University of San Francisco in September.

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