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Woodring, Jamie Ginsberg, Ben Hardigg, John Cockcroft ’01, Fernanda Gilligan, Steve Zimmerman ’98 and wife Erica. Andrew Glaze graduated from para- medic school this year and is a firefighter and paramedic for the San Bernardino (CA) County Fire Department. After spending the past five years as staff photographer at Cars.com, Ian Merritt left to launch his own business, IDM Photography. He says, “2012 was a busy year, working with clients such as Bentley Motors, Chrysler Group, and Sharpie pens.” Ian and wife Catherine Whelan- Wuest Merritt ’03 welcomed second son Archibald in September. Theodore, almost 3, was a touch jealous but excited to play with his baby brother. The Merritts hap - pily reside in Chicago. Matthew Slater and wife Danielle wel- comed twins Shira and Yehuda early in the year. They bring much joy to their parents every day. Ryan Makuck and Marcella Marchand Makuck ’01 welcomed their second daughter, Claire, on September 4. Avery, 2, loves being a big sister. Aaron Townshend and Cassandra Cor -


ley Townshend ’01 welcomed son Henry on August 2. LAUREN GRANAHAN 514 BERRY CHASE WAY CARY, NC 27519-6497 RHUBS5@HOTMAIL.COM


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Charlotte Harwood Moriarty is in her second year as a family


medicine resident at Western Michigan University School of Medicine in Kala - mazoo, MI, with plans to complete a sports medicine fellowship after her residency. Elizabeth De La Rosa married Jason Ingrao in Fort Myers, FL, on October 13. Fellow alum and best friend Nathan Ber - koff ’01 was a groomsman. The couple honeymooned in Jamaica. Liz (lizdelaro@ gmail.com) is an assistant director of resi- dence life at Florida Gulf Coast Uni ver sity in Fort Myers and serves Skidmore as an alumni admissions contact. Elizabeth Brambilla married Ron Mes -


ser on October 6 in NYC. Alums in atten- dance included Sunil Ayyagari, Dana Chin Casey and Tom Casey ’02, Ashley Kasperzak, Jerry Maraia, Heather Mc - Donald Rose ’99, Lori LoTurco ’99, Jon - a than Whitton ’02, and Eliza Lay Ryan ’03. Tenicia Trask-Yeager and husband Ro -


bert welcomed daughter Jane on June 25. Tenicia runs a business, TNT Fitness Stu - dios, in Albany, NY.


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Sarah Sharer Schnell and husband Jake moved from Chicago, IL, to Charlotte, NC, where they love the weather and slightly slower pace of life. Jake began a new job as the carrier procurement and operations manager for XPO Logistics. Sarah is a senior program manager for Total Event Resources in Chicago. Their daughter Sydney turned 2 in December. Marcella Marchand Makuck and Ryan Makuck ’00 welcomed second daughter Claire on September 4. Avery, 2, loves being a big sister. Cassandra Corley Townshend and Aaron Townshend ’00 welcomed son Henry on August 2. Melissa Arentshorst Dreisbach and husband Erik welcomed daughter Emily on July 31; she joins brother Jackson, 4, and sister Natalie, 2. JANINE GELLER JONES 7 GEORGE STREET STONEHAM, MA 02180-3906 JRGELLER@HOTMAIL.COM


exhibition with some works from his Condé Nast series documenting India’s brightly colored trucks—and the colorful drivers who maneuver them around the country. You can see the photos at cntraveler.com/daily-traveler/2012/09/ dan-eckstein-photography-portfolio-india- horn-please-photos.


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Photographer Dan Eckstein par- ticipated in the 2012 Reunion art


Liz Wisan says she had the pleasure of meeting Jenny Herdman Lando ’93 when they worked on the Astoria (NY) Performing Art Center’s production of Billy Witch. KATE NEDELMAN HERBST 26 NORTON STREET BRAINTREE, MA 02184-5518 781-843-5140 KATEHERBST@GMAIL.COM


husband Bill, and first- grader Ellie moved to the Midwest. Jude was offered an opportu- nity as an underwrit- ing analyst at State Farm Insurance HQ in Bloomington, IL, in 2011. She is now serving as business sponsor for an auto existing-customer project. The family loves the area, enjoy- ing Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, which are each only a two-hour drive. Speaking of two-hour drives, Jude’s move to Illinois put her just that close to Jody Witkop Shepson, UWW ’02, a resident of West Lafayette, IN. This new location allows them to see each other more often, instead of just keeping in touch by e-mail and phone. Jude has taken up running and has participated in a four-miler and two 5K races. She finds herself a co-leader for Ellie’s Girl Scout troop and very often at the soccer field or patiently waiting at swim lessons. The family took a Disney cruise to celebrate Jude and Bill’s 10th wedding anniversary in October. Tim Hitchens moved to Philadelphia,


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PA, in 2003. After two years working with Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church’s youth group, he enrolled at Temple University to pursue his MSW. In 2006 he began working in child protective services for Philadelphia’s department of human serv- ices, by 2008 he was promoted to social work supervisor in ongoing services, and in 2012 he became program supervisor in policy and planning. In 2010 Tim met his “dream woman,” Anna, and they were married last March 17 in Philadelphia. Tim would love to hear from friends and classmates on Facebook or at timwuf@ yahoo.com. Fred Orsaia lives in Saratoga Springs


and has been working in business devel- opment for UPS for eight years. He mar- ried wife Amy in 2010, and they had a blast at the reception at Longfellows. This past summer Fred caught up with Joe Hooker, Kevin Bryant ’04, Peter Menan ’02, Joel Kulina ’02, Scott Gifis ’02,


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