A presidential appointee, Pete Velde served as administrator for the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in the Department of Justice. He gave the greenlight and provided funding to produce the first Kevlar suits. “In the first week, two lives were saved, including a vest loaned by me to a DoJ sister agency for an agent’s special mission in Mexico. The agent was shot at least six times with a Colt .45”
Sid Fey founded the nonprofit LoveIsARose.com, which distributes roses with inspirational messages to caregivers, first responders, teachers and others. His company, Sid Fey Designs, has been in business for more than 50 years.
Morton Green is a retired facial trauma surgeon. He earned advanced degrees at UCLA and Howard University; Morton taught at several institutions, including Bradley, and at elementary and high schools. Active in sports, he served as a volunteer trainer and team physician for high school squads and other groups. He lives in Calabasas, Calif.
Ahadi White was named to the board of Art Encounter in Evanston, Ill.
Robert and Verna Hammerlund Bergstrom ’71 were high school sweethearts and best friends while at Bradley. They have three children and three grandchildren. A registered dietitian, she was food service and housekeeping director at Trinity Medical Center in the Quad Cities for 30 years. Avanti’s was her favorite hangout and she enjoys knitting, quilting and reading.
Paul Gollnitz has three children.
Robyn Reid Mannix and her husband, Danny, have two children and a grandchild. She enjoyed Avanti’s and fraternity parties. Her background in physical education led her “to run a tennis center for life.” Robyn also enjoys volunteering for Special Olympics.
Gary McMahill and his wife, Joan, have three children and two grandchildren. He enjoys international travel.
Sue Mehrings remembered speech professor George Armstrong and the great team of Bradley debaters. She taught high school special education for more than 30 years and was the school’s department chair for more than 15 years. She enjoys camping, cooking, gardening and reading.
Lee Montgomery has four children and three grandchildren.
Roger Quin and his wife, Linda, have two children and two grandchildren. He remembered “roaming the halls on crutches” and Steak ’n Shake was a popular hangout. He enjoys golf, cars and grandchildren after retiring as assistant controller at Keystone Steel and Wire.
Janet Proffer Aldrich is an avid gardener who enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending theater productions and reading. She also officiated a same-sex wedding for friends. “Prof” has three children and four grandchildren.
Bob and Kathy Blair Benson have two children. Bob spent 45 years in retail and Kathy taught elementary school. They remembered basketball games and concerts in the Field House.
Douglas Bloomfield remembered his best friend driving from Long Island, N.Y., to Peoria to visit him, and the bar down the hill from campus. He won the Chairman’s Award four times as a store manager for J.C. Penney and now enjoys auto racing, car club and bocce ball. Doug and his wife, Barbara, have two children and four grandchildren.
Karen “Mickey” Watson Bussone and her husband, Frank ’64, have one child and three grandchildren. Avanti’s was Mickey’s top hangout and she recalled the “lovely bathing suits” for swimming class and walking across campus in the snow to attend basketball games. She worked as an educator for about 10 years before switching to nursing and became the first adult nurse practitioner at OSF Healthcare. She now works in critical care services. She took up golf, learned to play the guitar and likes traveling and being with family.
Bob Cluskey Jr. remembered accounting professor John Ruble and sitting on the steps of Holmes Hall with some AFROTC members anticipating an anti-war protest. He likes to travel and volunteer. Bob said the “USAF sent me around the world.”
Larry Coffman enjoys taking vacations with his wife, Belen, and writing books about the history of rock ’n’ roll. They have three children and seven grandchildren. He remembers journalism professor Paul Snider, the Hitching Post and Avanti’s. Larry covered two NCAA basketball finals as a sportswriter.
Ralph Dellar is active in Toastmasters International and was once Toastmaster of the Year for his district. He’s also involved with family history and genealogy and is writing a crime book. He remembered spending time at Cullom-Davis Library and the math study group with friends and classmates. He is married to Frances.
Ken Eichorn and his wife, Priscilla, have two children and three grandchildren.
Rick Frederics remembered economics professor Kal Goldberg, hanging out at the Student Center and Avanti’s. He enjoyed basketball games at the Field House and being a part of Alpha Phi Omega and ushering at concerts. Rick became a CPA and professor at Lasell University. He enjoys spending time with family, visiting aquariums, classical music and reading, especially historical fiction. He and his wife, Sarah, celebrated their 50th anniversary. They have two children and three grandchildren.
Ed “Gabe” Gabrielsen and Su Canaday Gabrielsen have two children and five grandchildren.
John Gaida enjoys car collecting and biking. He has two children and five grandchildren and was senior vice president of Texas Health Resources.
Bill Hach has one child and three grandchildren.
Richard Heneberry married Joyce Murphy ’73; they have four children and seven grandchildren. He recalled Vice President of Student Affairs, Emeritus, Alan Galsky and Maroon’s Hitching Post near campus, along with Bradley basketball and baseball. He enjoys golf, exercise and being with grandchildren after spending 38 years at Allstate, including leading the company into the internet era as vice president of marketing.
Kathleen Esser Hesse liked Bradley Park in the fall and spring, gondolas from Avanti’s, SI’s Hitching Post and attending basketball games and concerts. “Working in a preschool speech and language classroom brought frequent surprises, much laughter and new challenges every day,” she said. Kathy and her husband, John, have four children and six grandchildren. She enjoys kayaking, pickleball, hiking, traveling, reading, cribbage, volunteering, watching old movies and “sleepovers with the grandkiddos.”
Marsha Green Hoffman and her husband, Jim ’64, have one child. She enjoys people and retired after 36 years as an educator. She earned a master’s degree in special education and took additional classes in school administration, becoming the principal of a junior high school in Oregon.
Jeff Kahn remembered Avanti’s and German professor William Weiersheuser. He served 20 years in the Army, 13 of those in Europe, including at the U.S. embassies in Vienna, Paris and Budapest, Hungary. Jeff helped the first democratically elected Hungarian government (post-Communism) and organized the 40th and 50th anniversary ceremonies for D-Day. His last day on active duty was spent at the White House and Arlington National Cemetery attending Memorial Day events with former President Clinton.
Dave Kirkel and his wife, Jean, have two children and six grandchildren. He holds two U.S. patents and was the creator of Yucca Dew Shampoo. A classic car fan, he recalled “just hanging out with the guys in U-Hall first year,” Avanti’s and chemistry professor Donald Glover.
Gary ’71 and Diane Reporto Kumpf ’70 celebrated their 50th anniversary in October. They have two children and five grandchildren. He remembered Romeo B. Garrett, the Hitching Post and College Inn, as well as Theta Xi parties and IFC football games. Gary enjoys golf and works as a handyman for his local historical society.
Robert Miller and his wife, Ann, have two children and six grandchildren. A co-op student, his hangouts were the Student Center and Chicken A Go-Go. Robert also started his own company.
Fran Levy Sachs and her husband, Bobby, have two children and three grandchildren.
Howard Solomon remembered hanging out at Chi Rho. He holds a doctorate from Florida State University. Howard also enjoys playing and demonstrating the autoharp.
John Storrier worked as a television executive and enjoys motorcycles and bocce ball.
Harold Symmonds remembered watching concerts at the Field House and hanging out at the Student Center. He enjoys investing, technology, and he and his wife, Melissa, like movies and travel.
Pat Hanson Thompson and her husband, Al ’69, dated for two years before getting married. They have three children and three grandchildren. They moved to four different states for Al’s job with Sears before ending up in Decatur, Ill., for 37 years. She worked part-time as an accountant and home-schooled her children. The couple is active in their church, with their grandchildren’s school and enjoy the local park district and nature center.
Janet Putz Vogler and her late husband, Lawrence, have one child and two grandchildren. She was advertising manager for Barclays US, a Fortune 500 company.
Bill Wagner and his wife, Barbara, have one child. Bill remembers LaHood’s restaurant and July 4th parties at the Kappa Delta Rho house. He now enjoys travel and craft beers. Bill’s highlights from his Bradley years are “too many to enumerate.”
Marcia Jaffee Westreich and her husband, Randy, have one child.
Annette Alsace Eckert is a retired judge and 2021 St. Louis Woman of Achievement for her work as a teen advocate. She earned a law degree at DePaul University’s School of Law. “I was a member of the St. Clair County Juvenile Justice Council and recommended we start a pilot program. Six years later we are still here and have over 200 graduates and an 8.6 (percent) recidivism rate.”
Tony Colletti is on the board of directors for International Battery Metals Ltd. He serves as chief operating officer of private investment firm 3867 Partners, LLC and leads Colletti & Associates. He earned a juris doctor at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
Larry Richman joined the board of Avison Young, a commercial real estate adviser. During a 40-year banking career, he worked for LaSalle Bank, The PrivateBank and CIBC Bank USA. He earned advanced certification from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, where he is on the dean’s advisory council. He served as a Bradley trustee. A Centurion, he also is the first outside member of the board of directors for Mesirow Financial Holdings, Inc., an independent, employee-owned financial services company.
Steve Weller, an official scorer for Major League Baseball’s Texas Rangers for 27 years, finally worked his first no-hitter in April, when the San Diego Padres beat the Rangers. Weeks later, he worked his second when the New York Yankees beat Texas.
Robin Kelly M.A. ’82 HON ’14, a member of the Bradley Board of Trustees, is a U.S. representative and the new chairman of the Illinois Democratic Party, serving through the 2022 elections.
Timothy Brooks accepted a position as an instructor of electrical engineering at Hanover College in Indiana.
Nuria Fernandez became the 15th administrator of the Federal Transit Administration in June. She was CEO and general manager of the Valley Transportation Authority in California and also oversaw O’Hare and Midway airports as commissioner for the Chicago Department of Aviation.
Holly Mueller Kaplan retired from the University of Georgia after 22 years as clinical professor of the College of Education’s speech and hearing clinic.
Patti Cicciarelli-Patrick is vice president and chief strategy and growth officer for Jupiter Medical Center. She is responsible for identifying, assessing and implementing strategic initiatives for physician partnerships, business development, physician relations, and marketing and communications.
Maggie Bosley is deputy village manager for Glenview, Ill. She has been their finance director since 2012.
Ken Gray M.S. ’89 is vice president of business development at RISE Robotics. He worked more than 25 years for Caterpillar Inc. and was its first global director of innovation.
Mark Wojcik, a law professor at John Marshall Law School at the University of Illinois at Chicago, won the 2021 Civil Justice Scholarship Award from the Roscoe Pound Civil Justice Institute. He earned his juris doctorate at John Marshall Law School, now the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law.
David Lefton, a Cincinnati attorney, is president of the Ohio State Bar Association. He has served in other bar association positions at the state and national levels. David earned his law degree at the University of Dayton Law School and has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer.
Donald Moore is senior vice president of real estate, facilities and operations for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Previously, he was vice president of real estate and facilities at Drexel University and earned an MBA at Stockton University.
Fraser Engerman joined Walgreens as senior director of external relations. He will oversee media relations for the retail pharmacy leader. Prior to joining Walgreens, he led global media relations for Johnson Controls. Engerman is also a former television journalist.
John Kasner is vice president of finance at Four Winds Casinos in Indiana and Michigan.
Sarah Lehrke Gonzales received the AMP CHAMP research award from the Illinois CancerCare Foundation. She serves as grants manager/research coordinator for the Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute in Peoria.
Bruce Jennings is vice president at STV, where he had been an engineering director. He has been at the company since 2005, serving as project director for work throughout the Chicago area.
Amy Read is principal at Spring Avenue Elementary School in LaGrange, Ill. She was a principal in Downers Grove and Oak Brook in the Chicago suburbs. She earned master’s degrees from Northeastern Illinois University and Simmons College.
Joseph Christensen is the new dean of the College of Natural & Health Sciences at Thomas More University in Kentucky. He is a tenured associate professor of physics and served as chair of the math and physics department. He earned a doctorate at the University of Kentucky.
Gov. JB Pritzker named Michelle Ishmael to the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board. She is a lobbyist and consultant for the Illinois Education Association.
Ellen Spitalli serves as a Spanish language instructor at Jefferson High School in Wisconsin. She earned her master’s degree from Northern Illinois University and a second master’s from Benedictine University. Ellen previously taught at Naperville Central High School in Illinois for more than 20 years.
Calvin Butler, CEO of Exelon Utilities, is vice chair of the Institute of International Education, a nonpartisan group focused on educational exchanges and administrator of the Fulbright Scholarships and other educational programs. He also was listed in the 2020 list of Most Influential Black Executives in Corporate America by Black Enterprise Magazine. He earned a J.D. degree at Washington University in St. Louis.
Scott Byrd is on the board of directors for AlgoTherapeutix. He is board chair at Acacia Pharma Group Plc and entrepreneur in residence with Frazier Life Sciences. He earned an MBA at Harvard Business School.
Tamara Mika Carlton is director of social determinants of health and product development at MTM, Inc., responsible for developing and implementing strategies to address health disparities and healthcare access. She earned an MBA at Saint Louis University.
Vince Leon is director, continuous improvement for Matalco. He also serves as president of the Arlington Heights Lions and as zone chairman for District 1-F.
Continental Who’s Who named William Mikita a Top Attorney. A certified civil trial attorney, he received his juris doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Tim Darter is executive assistant for the town of Pownal, Vt., overseeing municipal operations and administration.
Jeff Hill was promoted to regional president–Wisconsin, overseeing three campuses in the state for Herzing University. He earned an MBA at Westwood College and a doctorate from Benedictine University.
Elizabeth Hartter ’93, known professionally as Elizabeth Hart, worked in TV news and weather for several years and started Ready, Set, Renovate, a syndicated home remodeling show seen in Florida and nearby states. It recently was syndicated in 60 additional national markets, including Peoria. She also hosts another syndicated lifestyle show, Daily Flash. “What I love about the renovation process is it’s about renewal and you can apply that to basically anything in your life … There’s always potential there for improvement.”
Kristin Smith Ladewig retired after almost 26 years with financial services firm Edward Jones.
LaTonya Davis is an assistant principal at Thompson Junior High School in Oswego, Ill. She holds a master’s degree from Concordia University and a doctorate from Aurora University.
Trinity Health named Daniel Isacksen Jr. M.A. ’17 as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Previously, he worked for Loyola Medicine.
Peter Jones joined Tucker Ellis LLP in Columbus, Ohio, as a specialist in ESOPs (Employee Stock Ownership Plans). He earned his law degree at Capital University Law School.
Mona Stone is listed among the 2021 Most Influential Women in Arizona by AZ Business and AZRE magazines. She is senior vice president, general counsel, chief compliance officer and corporate secretary for Goodwill of Central Arizona. She earned a juris doctor from Tulane University Law School. Her husband, Scott ’93, also graduated from Tulane Law.
Brigitte Sadowsky Mutter is director of assessment and evaluation for the Thompson School District. She has a master’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado.
Omar Osman M.S., acting secretary for the Illinois Department of Transportation, received the 2021 Honorable Ray LaHood Award from WTS (Women in Transportation International). The national award, named for former U.S. representative and transportation secretary Ray LaHood ’71, honors Osman’s efforts to promote diversity.
Abdullah Konak MSIE is distinguished professor of information sciences and technology at Penn State Berks. Author of more than 50 scholarly articles, he has been visiting professor at Cornell and Lehigh universities and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He earned a doctorate at the University of Pittsburgh.
Rachel Newcomb is principal at Chelsea Intermediate School in Frankfort, Ill., where she had been assistant principal. She earned master’s degrees at St. Xavier and Lewis universities.
Billy Wright is the new boys’ basketball coach at his alma mater, Richmond High School (Ind.). He also will serve as director of student support for Richmond schools.
Mike Reik is retiring in 2022 after 13 years as superintendent of the Platte County R-III School District in Missouri. He earned master’s and doctorate degrees from Northwest Missouri State University.
Lee Bloome marked 15 years with Hanson Professional Services Inc.’s Springfield (Ill.) office, where he works on water and wastewater infrastructure projects.
Adam Delevitt serves as director of broadcast and streaming media for Rush Street Interactive, a Chicago-based online casino and sports betting company. He worked at WMVP 1000-AM, an ESPN station for 21 years, recently as senior program director.
Robert LaGrant is vice president and wealth adviser at RMB Capital in the firm’s Milwaukee office. A certified financial planner, he also worked for JP Morgan, Fidelity Investments and Charles Schwab. “With the decline of pensions and the erosion of social services, it's imperative to develop a personal plan of action. The creation, building, and ability to sustain and effectively transition wealth has never been more timely.”
Jonathan Sweet is editorial director for the Industrial Fabrics Association International, managing the organization’s six magazines. He also recently published his sixth book and first fiction work, “Enter the Jackal.”
Dana Liberton is principal at North Kirkwood Middle School in Missouri, where she also served as assistant principal. She has been with the district for 22 years and earned a master’s degree at Lindenwood University and a doctorate from Maryville University.
Nicholas Thurkettle is co-producer and voice performer in the independent feature film “A Ghost Waits,” a horror-romance hybrid that has been honored at several film festivals.
Palo Alto University has appointed Erika Cameron Nash to serve as provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Sarah Meinen Jedd teaches rhetoric, politics and culture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her husband, Ben ’01, is director of marketing and communications at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He was a member of the Bradley speech team and was inducted recently into the National Forensic Hall of Fame.
David Braun MBA was appointed general manager of Connect Transit, the public transportation system in Bloomington-Normal, Ill. Previously, he was director of transit operations for the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority in Cincinnati.
Courtney Yonke DeMent is principal at Downers Grove North High School in the Chicago suburbs. She earned a master’s degree at the Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is completing a doctorate at Aurora University.
Kristen Fox Lampert is managing director of the talent consulting and coaching practice at TalentRise, an executive search and consulting firm where she had been a senior talent and leadership consultant.
Lyz Liddell is the editing manager for Magic: The Gathering at Wizards of the Coast
The National Forensic Hall of Fame inducted Vance Pierce M.A. ’05. He is associate director of student organizations and director of forensics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Justin Malohn is engineering manager for Noise Barriers, a maker of noise control products for industrial and architectural uses.
Jeff Loster is the new director of public works and development services for River Forest, Ill. He had been village engineer since 2013.
Jacob Bland is the president/CEO of Youth for Christ. He had been chief of the staff to the group’s CEO and has been involved with YFC for 23 years. Jacob earned a master’s degree at Huntington University.
Brian Groth is public utilities director-electric in Naperville, Ill. He joined the utility company in 2006 and had been deputy director for engineering and operations. He earned a master’s degree at Northwestern University.
Gabe Grzeskiewicz MSA is a partner at Porte Brown LLC in Elgin, Ill.
Dana Scotti Packer is an equal employment opportunity specialist with the Social Security Administration.
Nick Passini is a leader of a tax consulting group at tax and consulting firm RSM US LLP in Davenport, Iowa.
Abigail Peters McMurray has her artwork decorating the set of the TV show “Making It.” She is an artist in Arlington, Mass.
Ariel VanCleave is senior editor/audio news at WBEZ FM in Chicago. Previously, she was news director for Aspen Public Radio in Colorado.
Carey Bertram Belcher joined Samaritan Palliative Care as a nurse practitioner. She earned a master’s degree at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Keith Mundrick is on the board of directors for the Defense Trial Counsel of Indiana. He is a partner with Smith Amundsen in Indianapolis and a graduate of the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University.
Jennifer Reed is an internal medicine physician at Memorial Medical Clinic in LaHarpe, Ill. She earned her medical degree at the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine-Springfield and completed her residency at Indiana University’s School of Medicine.
Stacy Belha Wille is ICU supervisor at Genesis Medical Center’s East Campus in Davenport, Iowa.
Jacob Cohen is public relations/marketing director for the Highland Park Players theatre company in Highland Park, Ill. Two other alums — Sarah Tilford-Rodriguez ’14 and Abigail Rakocy ’05 — are involved in the company’s first post-COVID live show, “Matilda The Musical” this fall. “What a joy it was to reconnect with fellow Bradley alum and create art together,” said Tilford.
Ashlee Pierson De Nooy DPT founded Body Works Women’s Health and Wellness in Greer, S.C.
Ashley Edlund is a reporter for WFTV Eyewitness News in Orlando, Fla. She previously worked at stations in Alabama, Georgia and New York.
Kelsey Smith earned her senior reactor operator license in December 2020. Issued by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, this license allows her to supervise the operation of controls of both nuclear reactors at the LaSalle County Generating Station in Marseilles, Ill. She joined Exelon in 2015 and worked as an Environmental Chemist prior to beginning her license training.
Alan Fuehring, a broadcaster for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, did the radio call for his first NHL game in April, featuring the New York Islanders. He also called a second game for the Stanley Cup semifinalists later in the month. Fuehring also worked for the Peoria Rivermen hockey team.
Jesse Reynolds is executive director of the Leadership Academy of Madison County in Indiana. He earned an MBA at Indiana Wesleyan University.
The New York Yankees traded Mike Tauchman to the San Francisco Giants in April. He led NCAA Division 1 players in hitting with a .425 average while at Bradley and also played for the major league Colorado Rockies.
Jeff Utsinger M.A. is the assistant superintendent of schools for Canton, Ill., District 66. He was middle and high school principal in Stark County, Illinois, and is a doctoral student at Western Illinois University.
Samantha Babb is director of the St. Louis Coro Fellows Program. She also holds a master’s degree from Clemson University. Previously, she worked at Duke University.
Derek Cantù was a public affairs reporting intern for NPR Illinois during the spring 2021 legislative session. He earned a master’s degree at Kansas State University.
Jordan Garcia won the United Way of Central Indiana’s Elevate Award for Community Ambassador of the Year. She currently serves as community outreach manager in Indianapolis.
Ford Motor Co. has promoted Caleb Aeschliman to export manager within their Global Customs department in Dearborn, Mich. Caleb has oversight to Ford’s export processes pertaining to customs requirements and regulations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Kristen Busch DPT ’19, a former Bradley cross country star, is a physical therapist at the Injury Free Running Clinic at St. Elizabeth’s Outpatient Therapy in O’Fallon, Ill.
Tarah Mundy joined Spooner Physical Therapy Fountain Hills in Arizona. She earned a DPT at the University of St. Augustine in Florida.
Sean Cain MBA is president of Illinois-based Morton Buildings. A 25-year veteran of the company, he initially was hired as a construction worker and most recently served as general manager of field operations.
Matthew Crusen joined the Minneapolis law firm Sieben Carey. He joined the firm while attending law school at the University of St. Thomas.
Quincy Keck is general manager of the Yard in the Johnston, Iowa, Town Center, a central greenspace and recreational venue.
Logan Ketterer signed with the Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer. He was drafted as a goalkeeper by MLS’ Columbus Crew SC in 2017 and also played for the El Paso Locomotive FC of the USL.
Bryan Fouts joined Maranon Capital, L.P. as a structured product analyst after working at the financial firm Alter Domus.
Andrea Jabson joined Crosby Marketing Communications’ social media team. She previously served as a communications associate at PenFed Credit Union.
Luke Mangieri signed with the Southern Illinois Miners, an independent minor league team, for the 2021 season. He spent two years in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization
Corinne Owen MSN–FNP joined Regional Health OB/GYN in Terre Haute, Ind.
Brayden Huddleston, a former cross country and track runner, is a design engineer in the marina division of BRP Inc.
Minnie Marigold Jedd, fifth child of Ben ’01 and Sarah Meinen Jedd ’01, born Aug. 13, 2020.
Skyler Ainslie Peplow, daughter of Michael ’01 and Tera Lippert Peplow ’07 MBA ’09, born August 2020.
Eleanor Mae Roth, daughter of Rob ’03 and Jen Friedman Roth ’05, born Dec. 1, 2020.
Maeve Catherine Himes, daughter of Craig ’04 and Kate Fombelle Himes ’06, born Jan. 26.
Dana Scotti ’06 married Brian Packer, July 2.
Abigail Cristine Costello, daughter of Joseph ’09 MBA ’13 and Christine Maliwanag Costello MBA ’13, born Feb. 19.
Karrie Fulsang ’11 and Kevin Schenke ’12 married Dec. 8, 2020.
Crystal Spear ’13 married John Stewart, Jan. 23.
Lisa Nootbaar ’16 and Michael Holwey ’16 married Sept. 12, 2020.
Maddox Bradley Dubs, son of Ryan ’16 and Meghan Johnson Dubs ’16, born Oct. 7, 2020.
Zachary Gibbs ’16 and Lauren Sadorf ’18 married Oct. 17, 2020.
Hannah Iglesias ’18 and Robert Reichert ’19 married Sept. 12, 2020.
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