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Tory Pilbin
Director, Alumni Relations

Melody Curran
Assistant Director, Alumni Relations

Alumni Class Notes • Spring 2019

  • 1951

    Ginger Warwick Judge returned to campus for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the addition to the Ginger Judge Science Center on May 1, 2019.

  • 1968

    Jane Hall Longchamps enjoyed attending her 50th reunion last year. She also recently enjoyed a wonderful cruise with her husband this winter and traveled to Florida to see family and friends.

    Jane Mclaughlan is still practicing law in Houston. Her only child lives in Manhattan, and most of the rest of the family is in New Jersey and Connecticut, so she enjoys traveling north.

    Martha Kemp-Albert volunteers at Hartford Hospital, working on computer systems in the Volunteer Office. She also recently joined the Hartford Hospital Women’s Auxiliary.

  • 1970

    Anna Kasabian, an artist from Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass., has 12 porcelain sculptures heading to the showrooms of Holly Hunt in New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles. The showrooms are recognized as the premiere design entity for luxury interior furnishings in the U.S.

  • 1976
    Andrea Conover is in the process of opening a microbrewery called Azalea City Brewing in Palatka, Fla. She has plans to set up a taproom and restaurant/event space at the brewery.
  • 1978
    Linda Frisone sends her best to classmates and remembers her time at Endicott fondly.
  • 1980

    Vanessa Safoyan Wilk and her husband, California State Senator, Scott Wilk, have been working toward the betterment of Santa Clarita, Calif. for decades. She has won numerous awards, including: the Boy Scouts of America Leaders of Character Award, 51 Most Influential Emerging Leaders Award, and she was named top community leader by Santa Clarita’s Ultimate Women in Business.

  • 1985
    Lisa Morris and her Class of 1985 friends

    Laurie Goddard’s daughter, Olivia, got married this summer on the Cape to Jeffrey Taylor. They purchased a house on the Cape and Olivia works as a special education teacher.

    Martha Bromley Hills and her husband have two sons, Joshua and Geoffrey, both of whom are married. They have two daughter in-laws, Jolene and Valerie, and they have a 2-year-old grandson, Liam, who keeps them busy and makes their hearts full. Between all the kids, they also have four grand puppies and two grand goats (Jack, Ace, Bash, Teddy, Maude, and Millie). She spends time working for Seacoast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in Newburyport, Mass. Her love of quilting has grown over the years and any free time is spent quilting.

    Lisa Morris and her friends from the Class of 1985 recently got together in Wells, Maine, for a small reunion.
  • 1990

    Stephanie Correria Nolan established her own interior design company, Distinctive Interiors of Sarasota, Inc., in 2016. Since then, her company has partnered with celebrity designer, Thom Filicia, from Bravo TV, and won Sarasota Magazine’s Best Bedroom in its 2017 Interior Design Awards. Stephanie was most recently published in Home & Design magazine’s 2019 Winter edition for NFL celebrity, Terry Bradshaw’s, Florida home.

  • 2002

    Over the years, Jonathon Jasak and his friends have raised a half million dollars to benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Institute by riding in the Pan Mass Challenge, a bike-a-thon across the state. This year, he ran the Boston Marathon with Massachusetts General Hospital’s Pediatric Oncology Marathon Team to benefit the unit that treated him while he was fighting cancer as a college student.


    Mini Johri was recently hired by Crosby Marketing Communications as a senior production manager.

  • 2004 - 15th Reunion

    Chris Manzelli married his wife, Brenda, in 2014. They have a daughter, Calli, and live in Denver. Chris is a store manager at Starbuds, one of the largest marijuana dispensaries in the world.

    Children of Marc Zirolli '04 and
    Jen Abramovitz-Zirolli '06

    Erica Indingaro Warren married her husband, Brandon, in June of 2013. They currently reside in Salisbury, Mass., with their dog, Chelsea, and newborn son, Mason, who they welcomed through adoption in November 2018. Erica works from home as a freelance graphic designer and enjoys being a stay-at-home mom.

    Joe Clarke and his wife, Kristen, welcomed their fourth girl to the family in September. They now have twins Anna and Catherine (4 1/2), Meredith (3), and Grace (6 months). Joe is currently in his fifth year as principal of an elementary school in North Andover, Mass., where he also resides.

    Sarah Pecorino is living near Concord, N.H. with her husband, Julian, and three kiddos, Luciano, Charlotte, and Gianna. She spends her kid-free hours illustrating cute things for her successful educational graphics shop and lending her design knowledge to her husband's businesses, The Zoo Health Club of New Hampshire and Connecticut. Sarah recently got together with the gang from Endicott and it felt like it hasn't really been 15 years since graduation.

    In May, Genevieve Judge Nicholson will celebrate six years serving as the sole public information officer for the Sarasota Police Department in Sarasota, Fla. In early 2019, Genevieve was named president of the Florida Law Enforcement Public Information Officers Association and a rep-at-large for the Public Information Officers Section of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. She and her husband Jimmy, who serves as a multimedia technician for the Tampa Police Department, both live in Bradenton, Fla.

    George Kuntz received the Administrator of the Year award at Elmira College, where he works as the director of student engagement.

    Marc Zirolli and his wife, Jen Abramovitz-Zirolli ’06, will be celebrating nine years of marriage this August. They are quite busy with their two daughters, Aubrey (4) and Emma (6), who are loving being involved with gymnastics, soccer, and art.

  • 2006
    Lauren Eldridge '06 and her husband,
    Michael Smith.

    Lauren Driscoll Patten welcomed son Landon on January 12, 2019. He joins older brother Logan. Julie Coughlin O’Gara gave birth to her son, Declan, on December 27, 2018. Stefania Giangregorio Frost welcomed her daughter, Sofia, born on December 19, 2018 (pictured left to right).


    Lauren Eldridge married her husband, Michael Smith, on September 9, 2018 at Waterville Valley Resort in Waterville Valley, N.H. She manages a marketing operations team at Limelight Networks and currently resides in Watertown, Mass., but she and her husband are actively searching for their first home.


    Dan Duvernoy and Misha Mugits Duvernoy welcomed the birth of their daughter, Esme Harper Duvernoy, on February 11, 2019. Dan, Misha, Esme, and her older brother, Laszlo, reside on a small farm in Cambridge, N.Y., where they breed rare Gypsy Vanner Horses in addition to their individual careers.


    Nora Adeline Vadeboncoeur, daughter to Lauren
    Shannis Vadeboncoeur '06.

    Lauren Shannis Vadeboncoeur and husband, Jason Vadeboncoeur, announced the birth of their daughter, Nora Adeline Vadeboncoeur, on December 18, 2018 at 11:56 p.m.


    Jennifer Morin and her husband, Derek Rollins, welcomed their son, Cooper Rollins, on September 19, 2018.


    Andrea Laflamme and Jordan Laflamme welcomed their second daughter, Scarlett Mae Laflamme, on Jan. 6, 2019. She joins older sister, Aubrey June, who is 3 years old.


    Danielle Drapeau 06 welcomed a baby boy, Logan, on February 19, 2019.

  • 2007

    Jessica Davis and Richard Laughton ’10 were married on October 6, 2018. Rana Cohen ’08 served as a bridesmaid and Allyson Bellemore ’10 was maid of honor. Colin Carrabetta ’10 served as best man.

    Victoria Farnsworth and Anthony Marino recently opened Flip the Bird, a fast-casual Southern comfort restaurant in Beverly, Mass. This is their second business in town, as they also own Marino’s Cafe, where the idea for this second venture originated from a popular “Fried Chicken Fridays” at the cafe.

  • 2008
    Erica Hunt Hutchins '08 and her son, Emmett.

    Erica Hunt Hutchins and her husband welcomed their second child, Emmett Anson Hutchins, on September 19, 2018. 

  • 2009 - 10th Reunion

    Alexandra Berry resides in Manila, Philippines, where she is a high school guidance counselor at International School Manila.

    Nicholas Dippel and fiancé Angela are planned to marry September 1, 2019, on the South Shore of Long Island.


    Courtney Hatch MacDonald married husband, Corey, on September 16, 2017, and bought their first home in July 2018.


    Annie Cobb Ebert and husband, Mark, have two children, Ryan (4) and Ellie (2), and are expecting their third child in June 2019.


    Meagan Murphy DeJesus purchased a business in January 2019, as the owner of Bullard Financial Group Inc., a comprehensive financial planning practice.

    Kelly Fitzgerald is a volunteer for Autism Speaks as an advocacy ambassador for the state of Massachusetts promoting legislative initiatives for those with autism.

    Allison Auer Littlefield, and husband Cole, welcomed a baby girl, Lane Elizabeth, on September 18, 2018.


    Jill DiLibero is the new digital and social media editor for Bain & Company, a consulting firm located in downtown Boston.

    Ben Graves, and his father, purchased a restaurant in October 2018 located in Manchester, N.H., called Gauchos Brazilian Steakhouse. Girlfriend, Tara Early, makes it a team effort as a hostess on the weekend.


    Marie Broker transitioned from her career at Boston Children’s Hospital as a population health administrator to start work at New York-Presbyterian as a quality and patient safety specialist in Manhattan in June 2018.

    Christina D’Auri Milligan welcomed a baby girl, Isabella, with her husband on October 11, 2018.


    Dan Dionne works for as the senior sales manager of the franchise sales team. He and his wife got married in Austin, Texas, last year and just celebrated their one year wedding anniversary. They bought a house in April 2017 in Woburn, Mass.


    Sarah Richardson Kuzyk and husband Chris are expecting their first child in September 2019.

    Alicia Lapriore is the senior sales manager for Longwood Venues, including State Room and Alden Castle in Boston.

    Samantha Pearsall Mueller and husband Mike have Paisley (4), and welcomed their second child, Natalie Maeve, on September 21, 2018. They bought a 1920s farmhouse on two acres in Falmouth, Mass. in spring of 2017, and are now finishing the entire renovations, inside and out, largely done on their own. 


    Sheena Hatch and fiancé Adam Vranas became engaged December 2018 and plan to marry in April 2020. 

    Jackie Batanglo Rudd completed her master’s in architecture from Clemson University, recently becoming licensed, and is working for a firm in Foxborough, Mass., Kaestle Boos Associates. Her and husband, Nathan, have two daughters; one 19 months and the other is 3 months old.

  • 2010
    Traci Furnia Scagnelli 's '10 daughter Rosalie
    meeting baby brother, Thomas, for the first time.

    Johnny Prentice and his wife are very excited to be expecting a baby this August!

    Kerry Taylor MacDonald and Matt MacDonald welcomed their daughter, Maren, to the family on February 14, 2019

    Rebecca Bice Novak got married August 11, 2018 to Ross Novak '13 at the Lenox Hotel in Boston.

    Traci Furnia Scagnelli’s second baby, Thomas Scagnelli, was born on January 30, 2019. Picture includes big sister, Rosalie, meeting him for the first time. She has also been working as a human resources business partner at Waterworks for two years and loves it.

    Allison Muise Barry and David Barry welcomed their son, Finnian Phyllip Barry, on January 22, 2019.

  • 2012
    Channel Marker Brewing in Beverly has opened
    to astounding reviews. 

    Justin Negrotti, Jake Crandell, Cortney Negrotti ’10, Ashley Drinkwater (assistant director of marketing at Endicott), Tim Corcoran, and Anna Mourer, have founded Channel Marker Brewing (CMB) in Beverly, Mass. CMB is located at 95 Rantoul St., focusing on hazy, hoppy, New England-style IPAs.

  • 2014 - 5th Reunion
    Ashley Walenta is now the director of operations at Shooting Touch, Inc., a nonprofit out of Hyde Park, Mass., that provides Boston area youth with opportunities for development on-and-off the basketball court.
  • 2015
    Dennis Kohut was recently named as Swampscott High School’s principal. While at Endicott working toward his master’s in education, he interned with a principle, which solidified his career goals.
  • 2016

    Maria Kangas was recently promoted from development associate to the development manager at The Sports Museum based out of TD Garden in Boston.

    Vincenza DiMaio ’16 M’18 works for the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a program delivery manager. She now works closely with communities that have been affected by a declared disaster.
  • 2018

    Thomas Hurley recently became the assistant director of athletic administration at Endicott College.

    Rebecca Fils-Aime,
    who was a recipient of the Heroes Scholarship from Girls Inc., recently joined Rodman CPAs as an associate.


    Haley Barrett recently traveled to the Massachusetts State House to participate in the 2019 Mass Mentoring Partnership’s Youth Mentoring Day. She was the first student to complete the VIPS mentoring program.