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to Versus and is currently at NBCSN. Ken spent February in Sochi, Russia, covering the Winter Olympics and enjoyed being a part of the worldwide event. He and wife Erica welcomed son Andrew on May 10. Maggie Sullivan Marcus and Robert Marcus ’02 live in Chevy Chase, Md., and are enjoying their 1-year-old daughter, Vivian. Robert works at the White House, and Maggie is pursuing an assistant prin- cipal position with New Leaders. They love returning to Saratoga in the fall for the Saratoga Palio half-marathon and an opportunity to visit their favorite spots. Rena Strober portrayed famed silent- film star Norma Talmadge in Stoneface, a play about the life of legendary actor Buster Keaton that ran in June at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, Calif. Mike Greenhaus married Amy Jacques in Greenville, S.C., last November and cel- ebrated with a reception in NYC. Ken Pivor, Andrew Brill, John Iz ’04, Juan Martinez, Eric Pietrzak, and John Suvannavejh were members of the wed- ding party. Mike lives in NYC, where he is editor-in-chief of Relix magazine and VP of the Relix Media Group. BRIDGET CUMMINGS DORMAN BCITLY@AOL.COM


editor. She works from her historic home in central Phoenix and a local co-working space.


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After spending part of the summer studying at Laval University in Quebec City, Jennifer Guay is currently in Bangor, Maine, completing her MA in French with a concentration in North American French literature at the University of Maine in Orono. She hopes to enter a doctoral program. Bobby Koeth III and Jess Bieber com- pleted a 10-year journey to see all 50 states together. In May, Bobby surprised Jess with a trip to Florida, the final state on their roster, where Bobby proposed to Jess and she said yes! Their families flew down to Siesta Key to surprise Jess and celebrate with the newly engaged couple. Elliott Levine and wife Amanda wel- comed their first child, son Jack Henry on November 7, 2013. The family lives in the Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, where they get to spend time with neigh- bor John Schott and his fiancée, Clararose Voight. When he’s not chasing after the little guy, Elliott sells residential properties in Boston. Virginia Berry was married to Steven Phillips in Newfoundland on June 15,


Kathryn Stewart celebrated her first year as a freelance writer and


2013. The couple resides in Newfoundland. Virginia designs and makes jewelry for her fashion line, YazBerry Fashion, which is sold online and in local gift shops and boutiques. JACQUELINE VERNARELLI 1909 N. OAK LANE STATE COLLEGE, PA 16803-1316 JVERNARELLI@GMAIL.COM


’07 finally tied the knot after nearly 10 years together. The ceremony was held on October 5, 2013, at Skidmore’s Thomas Amphitheater. The wedding party included Lauren Finney ’07, Matt Rivers, Mike Rivers, Sarah Soltau ’07, Chris Twombly, David Grover, and Kristie Weibust Grover. Also Molly Appel ’07, Rachael Beard, and Mark Ritorto were among the guests at the Saratoga Springs City Center. Ryan and Craig were pleased to have some of Skidmore’s hardest-working faculty and staff join in the festivities, including Robin Adams ’00, Dan Curley, Megan Mercier, Kris Scully, Mike Sposili, and Natalie Taylor. Barbara Sussman was appointed art curator of the Blue Hill Art and Cultural Center in Pearl River, N.Y. She was also elected VP of the Hudson Valley chapter of the American Society of Appraisers. Max Poppel and Dan Rose ’04 celebrated the first anniversary of their bar, the Flying Squirrel in Chattanooga, Tenn., and will soon celebrate the third anniver- sary of the Crash Pad: An Uncommon Hostel, which recently took home the Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award. Willio Jeudy is co-founder of Applied.at, a free Web-based application that allows job seekers to download and organize job listings and related material on any mobile device. He is working as a finan- cial analyst at Healthfirst, a nonprofit that provides managed health-care coverage to New York State residents. Rebecca Stewart married Nicholas Broussard on May 24 in New Orleans. Gwen Bluemich and Becky Paxton were bridesmaids. Rebecca, who received a master’s in public policy from the Georgetown Public Policy Institute last year, is a presidential management fellow at the US Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C. Tessa Clark Johnson and husband


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Jeremy welcomed baby Camilla (Millie) on February 7. Ben Duchac married Caitlin Gleason in September 2013 in Montauk, N.Y. In attendance were Brendon Boyle, Anna Hoberman, Kristina Ho, Evan Campisi ’04, Rosie Garschina ’03, and Alex Naidus ’04. The weather was perfect for the outdoor ceremony. Caitlin is a devel- opment assistant at the Kitchen, a Chelsea arts nonprofit, and Ben is a regis- tered nurse in the burn ICU of New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center, where he is piloting a program to document the progression of burn wounds with digital photography. The couple lives in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Laura Wittman married Keenan Keeling on June 1, 2013, at historic Highfield Hall in her hometown of Falmouth, Mass. The beautiful weather set the tone for a won- derful outdoor ceremony and reception. Skiddies in attendance included Anna Gates, Kristen Helmstetter, Joanna Caliman, Lauren Mandel, Jaime Jansen Welch ’04, Loren Miller ’06, Jennifer Ireland ’06, and Lauren Sheehy ’06. Laura and Keenan live in Takoma Park, Md., with their dog, Phoenix. Laura is an environmental policy analyst, and Keenan runs his own software develop- ment company. Kristin Labriola is the development producer at Hornet Inc. animation stu- dios, a production facility in NYC special- izing in commercials and short films. Annie Powers is living in NYC and working as a fashion and portrait photog- rapher.


Krista Keeler and husband Matt Bohenek are happy to announce the birth of their son, Charlie, in November 2013.


Julia Pistell and Greg Ludovici ’04 were wed at Overbrook House in Buzzards Bay, Mass., on June 1. Greg and Julia met in 2001, when Julia auditioned for the AIDS benefit show that Greg was directing. As Greg remarked during the wedding, “The first thing I heard Julia do was sing.” True to form, the wedding included several sur- prise serenades, and a performance by Accents members Erina Malarkey, Kate Driver, Abby Rogers, Shira Hofmekler Gregory, and Chelsey Bawot ’06. The couple also welcomed Katherine Martinelli and Kira Limer, who served as bridesmaids, and Stephanie Drahan, Erika Jelinek, Julia Carlson, Kenne Dibner, Jill Hanson, Mike Sciarretto ’04, and Joanna Caliman. Other highlights were Lego figurines at every place setting, a flash-mob-style song and dance by Greg


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