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LLP, where she remains in capital markets and is also able to be involved in M&A work. Her husband joined the commodities team at Citibank when she joined Dechert. Abby reports they would love to see any SG friends who pass through London!

Sara Selbert is still living out in Brook-

lyn with her fiancé and their dog. She reports it is nice to see more and more friendly and familiar faces in their neigh- borhood, including Sally Amon Tansill (who is doing well but too busy with two great kids and husband to write notes right now) and looking forward to more friends mak- ing the move. Sara and her fiancé are headed to Sweden and Bulgaria this sum- mer, and then Turks and Caicos in Novem- ber where they will wed. Very exciting!

JP Duffy reports that his wife, Jenn, is

still doing great work for UNICEF and he made partner in the international arbitra- tion group at DLA Piper in December of last year, so things are “moving ahead nicely and uneventfully.” He also caught up with Fred House in Dubai for dinner last Decem- ber after a trip to Saudi and will try to catch up with him again in May when he will be there to speak at a conference. Additionally, JP was elected to the board of directors of Casting for Recovery at the end of last year, which is a great charity that uses fly fishing to help women who have been affected by breast cancer. It was founded in 1996 and will run retreats for women in 34 states this year, including one at St. George’s in June. They got a great write-up in the New York Times at the end of last year and he encour- ages all of our classmates to have a look and consider helping out as it really is a great organization that assists women in really meaningful ways.

Anna Thompson Ward just gave birth to

Oliver Richard Ward; he joins sisters, Mag- gie and Grace. Anna is living and working in LA.

Omar Shahine and his family moved to

Seattle almost two years ago and are very much enjoying the change. They had their second child, Miles Kelly Shahine, on July 17, 2010. Omar is still working at Microsoft (going on 12 years now) and his wife Lora started working as an infertility physician at a local Seattle practice.

Tris Millard is wrapping up his MBA

and looking for positions that interest him, as his current job in equity research does not. His wife,Meagan, and son, Ozzie, are both doing well. They are unsure if they are staying in New Orleans or moving. Basi- cally they are in a transitional time. Tris had drinks with Mary Friberg when she was in New Orleans for a wedding a few months back.

Erin Ryan Lane is living in Wellesley,

Mass., and the busy mother of three chil- dren: Caroline, 4, Emily, 3, and Madelaine, 6 months. They are happy it’s summer!

Carolyn Wallace Norton is thrilled to be

leaving cold Lithuanian winters behind as she and her family move to Mexico City this summer. The Nortons will be living there for two years, while working for the U.S. Embassy; they invite classmates to come visit.

Ashley Morris Goldsmith still lives in

Northern California, married with two kids: 3 and a half and 8 months. She reports she loves working at Apple, and would love to see anyone from the class who is in the SF Bay area. She saw Lindsay Duxbury at a St. George’s event in SF in April.

Jesko von Stechow writes that his wife

and their two boys will be moving from Germany to Columbus, Ind., in July. They were expecting a baby in May. Jesko will be working for a German-French joint ven- ture. If anyone from the SG community is in that area, he would like to be in touch.

Class of 1995

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Amanda Coulon: “My news: I’m teach-

ing yoga, living in NYC, two blocks from Gaff Barnett (whom I definitely don’t see often enough for living two blocks away!!) and try to see Nancy Dwyer (also in the city), Jesse Randol, Alix LaMotte and Chasey Allen—all in surrounding suburbs—as much as possible, which is also not a lot, unfortunately. I was in South Africa for a month working as a volunteer, got married to Chasey’s stepbrother in June, and hope-

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fully will be on Nantucket for a good amount of time this summer!” (Let’s all thank Amanda for her debut at writing in for the magazine!)

Gaffney Peglar Barnett writes, “We are

still loving and living in the West Village in NYC. I am back to doing freelance graphic design and I’ve also just launched my jew- elry website: Our son, Bodhi, turns 2 in July and never stops moving. He’s quite a character and we are having so much fun with him. I was in Nantucket this past fall and got to catch up with Nancy, Jesse, Alix, Chasey, Garland, Serena and Amanda. It was so great to be able to spend a few days together.”

Chasey Hewes Allen and her husband,

Andy, welcomed their second baby girl, Annabelle Chase, last June 27, 2010.

Gary Wang: “I’m finishing up the tail

end of my fourth year at Tulane Medical School. We had Match Day on March 17, when we learned our fates for the next three-plus years. I matched into the ob/gyn residency program at Baystate Health in Springfield, Mass., and I’ll be there for the next four years. I’m excited. New Orleans has been a ton of fun, but I’m ready to return to colder climates.

Eben Colby: “I have no news to report. I

might be approaching the record for con- secutive class notes with no material change in circumstances (law firm litigator; wife and two boys; live in the Boston area; can’t seem to get rid of Hornblower, who likes to call my secretary and tell her he has an urgent matter for me). I consider myself very lucky, except for the Hornblower issue, so I guess the status quo is a good thing.”


Binkie Orthwein’s ’94 son Wyatt, 18 months with Eleanor Rose, 2, (daughter of Charles and Nicki Rose) both from the class of 1994.


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