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Alumni Notes by Graduation Year

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Joan Monroe Newland '48 writes, “The most exciting thing is that I am still alive and in reasonably good shape. I have had a very interesting life.” [Spring 2022]

Ginger Warwick Judge returned to campus for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the addition to the Ginger Judge Science Center on May 1, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Anne Grant Rice ’51 retired from her role in real estate sales and cofounder of a humanities touring group. Anne graduated from Sacred Heart University in 1986, and has two children, three grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Anne is now living in West Chester, PA. [Spring 2023]


Jan Atwater still enjoys traveling at 91 and, while at a Florida resort, she was introduced to Nancy Crum Ratrie ’61. They spent time together reminiscing about Endicott Junior College and what it meant to each of them in their professions and lives. Jan is looking forward to attending her 70th reunion come June—and hopes she is not the only one returning to campus from the Class of 1952! [Spring 2022]

Kay Boyd moved to a senior community in Lincolnshire, Ill., to be closer to her daughters. [Spring 2022]

Mary Baker ’52 is happily living in a retirement home in Baltimore, Md. [Fall 2023]

Mellicent Hawke was sorry to miss the class’s big reunion year. The son of her former neighbor, Madison Whitney, is a first-year at Endicott. [FALL 2022]


Susan Barrett Rohrer’s oldest granddaughter just graduated in the Class of 2022. She and her husband of 57 years visit the campus often as two of their children and their families live on the North Shore. [Fall 2022]

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Margarete B. Westcott '55 has been married 64 years. She was a Navy officer’s wife for almost 29 years, lived in Chicago for 14 years, and then settled in the California desert 22 years ago. She has fond long-ago memories of Endicott. [Fall 2021]
Nancy Heath '55 wishes to share this image of the Class of 1955 Endicott Bash with students from Tupper Hall. [Spring 2021]
Nancy Lutz Heath is pictured at Pickity Place, NH, with daughter Debby Heath Rogers, granddaughter Kate Rogers, daughter Cheryl Heath Cannone, and granddaughter Emma Rogers. [Spring 2021]

Anne S. Kelly writes, “Along with my remaining classmates, I am so proud of what Endicott has accomplished with its nursing program. I’m so happy the College took in the Malden Hospital School years ago. There are 13 classmates left in my class of 30. We keep in touch and I hosted a reunion lunch at my home two years ago. One of our instructors also keeps in touch. I loved my student days where I made lifelong friends.” [Spring 2022]

Anne Wright would love to know where any of her classmates are these days. [Fall 2022]

Ann Haralson ’56 is enjoying life in a very active adult community on Long Island, NY. Anne is still quilting, and is a member of two book clubs, keeping busy!

Dale Lapka is still enjoying life at the beach, travel, and good health. She has frequent contact with Valerie Moroney Chisholm who, now widowed, is doing well in Williamsburg, Va., and with Shirley Doucette Maser, also recently widowed, who lives in Texas. [Fall 2022]

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Barbara Moody has been living in Florida for the past 50 years, enjoying cards, family, and thinking of all the wonderful times at Endicott. She also wonders whether Gulls these days know alumni used to have housemothers. [Fall 2022]

Judy Barry '58 says: "So long ago and yet very vivid memories remain with me. How lucky I was to live in Tupper Hall and make the friends I made, and all the while learning and growing. It is not only special in retrospect, but I knew it at the time."

Anne Mahaffey Leppert would love to hear from the Class of '59. She is still living in Indianapolis, Indiana in a retirement community. She says, "my husband Bill died this past May of Parkinson's and related problems, so I am on to a new way of living." [Fall 2020)

Anne Maheffey Leppert ’59 is still living in Indiana and goes to Marco Island, FL during the cold months. Her husband, Bill, passed away from Parkinson’s disease in 2020.

Barbara (Davis) Miller moved all over the country, following her careers in publishing and development. She retired from Washington National Cathedral in 2002 and is now a grandmother of four, living in Washington, D.C., with a daughter and son nearby. [Fall 2022]

Janet Hohman is enjoying life in Sun City, S.C. She writes, “We are well, active, and thankful for 61 years of marriage, two daughters, five adult grandchildren, and Phoebe Marie... our first great granddaughter!” [Spring 2022]

Marianne Ficara '59 says: "Mike and I live on the New Hampshire seacoast. Following the first Nor’Easter of the 2021 season I will head to warmer weather in Florida for a few weeks. In the spring we expect our second and third great grandbabies. We are excited about that."
Margaret (Peggy) Renwick Tutone has spent the last 15 years working in Zurich. Recent travels include Scotland and England, South America, and Hawaii. Peggy toured Endicott College’s campus last year and describes it as incredibly beautiful and vibrant. [Fall 2019]
Joan Scarlett Winebrenner ’60, passed away on December 15, 2022, in McLean, Virginia in the home of her son and his family. With her family close by, she peacefully succumbed to the pancreatic cancer that she had been fighting for the past three months.
Linda White Price and her husband, Charlie, celebrate 58 years of marriage this year. They divide their time between Virginia and The Villages, Fla., and both play a lot of golf and have a close circle of friends at both homes. [Fall 2019]
Jane Todd ’61 retired after many years of teaching and is enjoying Kaly, her “Covid puppy,” a now three-year-old Sproodle. Jane resides in her hometown, Hamilton, N.Y. Jane is more grateful than ever for Endicott, specifically Winthrop Hall overlooking the Atlantic, as her two years living near relatives and friends all around the states nearby. Go Gulls!

Linda (White) Price ’61 has moved into a retirement facility with her husband, Charlie, in The Villages, Fla. They are playing lots of golf and enjoying the nice weather and would love to hear from classmates in the area. [Fall 2023]


Barbara Latt thanks Endicott for helping her in a 25-year career in biotech sales. She can’t believe her 60th reunion is upcoming and has stayed in contact with Stephanie Pequinot Hastings. [Fall 2022]

Janice Silverman writes, “I live in Boca Raton during the winter and spring for golf and fun. Then, I spend the other seasons in Beverly Hills without golf because I really don’t know anyone who plays. However, I get to see three of my daughters who are all in the entertainment world. The most famous of them is the comedian/actress Sarah Silverman. My fourth daughter has five children and they live in Israel, where she is a rabbi. I have such fond memories of Endicott.” [Spring 2022]

Patricia Brown had a 27-year career in housing and property management and is now retired. She has seven grandchildren and two great-grandsons. Her hobbies include dancing, singing, and travel. [Fall 2022]


Marybeth Myers-Hawn remarried on 7/11/20 to a wonderful former journalist at the L.A. Times. She continues to live in a beautiful age-restricted community in Sun City West, Ariz. [Fall 2022]

Patricia Barmore DiMartile was thrilled to return to campus this past August for an alumni event at Misselwood. Since jeans had been banned back when she was a student, it was the first time she was able to wear them on campus. [Fall 2019]
Bonny (Babcock) Cundiff ’64 recently completed a cycling tour through Ireland. [Fall 2023]

Brenda Villa Kelsey just found a jacket from her singing group from 1964. It’s in great shape and she can’t believe she kept it for so many years after moving many times.  [Fall 2022]

Iris Hershkowitz Golden is running and competing in South Carolina at age 77. "Those long walks along Endicott’s ocean sure did prepare me for this!" [Spring 2022]

Iris Hershkowitz Golden ’64 and her husband are competing in a 5K race in Beaufort, SC.

Joyce Foster Inch writes, “We drove through Endicott recently. It looks beautiful and has grown so much. We snuck around Winthrop Hall which seemed vacant… Hoping it’s just paused to be refurbished.” [Spring 2022]


Hi Joyce, We're so glad you enjoyed driving through campus. Winthrop Hall is an active residence hall but it may have appeared vacant during the time you were visiting. Most renovations happen during the summer months, when residence halls are unoccupied. We hope to welcome you back to campus again, soon! –Endicott College

Peyton “Petey” Stein writes, “My professional recruiting days have wound down and I am now a happy grandmother! Ezra (three and a half) and Charlotte (two months) delight our life. My husband of 52 years, Jeffery, and I are working on our bucket list and we took a road trip to the Grand Canyon recently. We would love to meet any alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area.” [Spring 2022]

Priscilla Dreher-Kaplan would like to say hello to everyone at Tower Hall. She went on to the University of Kentucky School of Journalism and worked as a reporter and editor for small local NY newspapers, as well as in advertising. She retired to Tucson, Arizona. “No ocean views here!” she says. “Endicott campus looks lovely. Miss Endicott meals. Candee Seeley and Patricia Jorden, I hope you are well.” [Fall 2020]

Jeanne Kintz Kolb ’65 and her family have been blessed with a beautiful grandson, Henry Francis. Jeanne is enjoying retirement after a 40-year career teaching preschool. [Fall 2023]
Margo Leitner Parks '65 worked at the American Embassy in Managua, Nicaragua, after graduating from Endicott. She then returned to San Diego, Calif., where she married Dean Parks, an English professor from a local college; got her pilot’s license (because he had a Cessna); and had a lovely daughter, Valerie. Sadly, Margo’s dear husband died in 1993 while on vacation in Florence, Italy. She recently published a book on Amazon, The Happy Time Club…Really?, a humorous family memoir about many bizarre situations living with a big family in America and Latin America. [Fall 2021]
Sally Allen 65 moved to Port Charlotte, Fla., six years ago and looks forward to the St. Patrick's Day Parade with Endicott every year–particularly decorating the trolley and getting to know the student ambassadors. [Spring 2024]
Sharyn (Martin) Lauhgton ’65 lived in Winthrop during her time at Endicott when it was a two-year college. Endicott had a fabulous art department led by David Broudo. Sharyn is wondering if anyone remembers David Broudo, Mrs. Broudo, Mr. Murray, and/or Mr. Stanley. Mr. Broudo had an enormous influence on Sharyn’s creative gifts and her future in art.

After an Alumni Council meeting on April 2, 2022, Bette Shanning Milley, her daughter Jen Gregor ’90, and Darlene Casella drove up to Rockport for an afternoon of strolling and shopping. They returned to Salem for a delicious dinner at Sea Level, overlooking the water. It was a great way to spend the weekend. [Spring 2022]

Eleanor Schrumm ’66 is still happily living in Brooklyn, NY. Eleanor feels grateful to still be in touch with her Trexler Hall friends, Sue Feather ’66, Bette Shanning Milley ’66, Darlene Casella ’66, and others. This lovely group goes to museums and has lunch together often.

Eleanor Schrumm ’66 is still living in Brooklyn, N.Y. with her husband, David. She is very fortunate to still be in touch with her former Trexler Hall friends and classmates Susan Feather-Gannon, Bette Shanning Milley, and Darlene Casella, among others. [Fall 2023]



Verne Henshall ’66 has been living in Litchfield County in northwest CT for the last 40 years. Verne has pursued multiple careers including photography, teaching, realty, restaurant ownership, boutique imports, and journalism. She is also mother of Camille!

Anny Bahr writes, “I still live in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and still work for our family companies and enjoy it very much. My husband, who was Swiss, passed away 7 years ago. I am a grandmother of five, beautiful grandchildren. My oldest daughter lives here in Tegucigalpa and my youngest daughter lives in New Canaan, Conn.”  [Spring 2022]

Barbara “Barbie” Horton Brown writes, “I would love to know where some of my classmates are now. My husband Al and I are Florida residents. We live in Vero Beach, Fla., and Louisville, Ky. We are blessed with six beautiful grandchildren, ages 12 to 18. They live in Kentucky, too. Endicott sure has changed! I’m curious if they still have Saturday Classes.”


Hi Barbie! While Saturday classes are not currently offered for Endicott undergraduate students, graduate students occasionally have classes on Saturdays. – Endicott College


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Barbie Brown Horton is enjoying the gift of good health. She just finished a trip on the St. Lawrence Seaway with a bicycle tour from Boston and will take her fifth bicycle tour (electric now) from Miami to Key West this winter. [Fall 2022]

Marcia (Ellis) Moser is still living on Cape Cod, where she is still in the world of hospitality (her major at Endicott), entertaining visitors to Cape Cod and islands, New England, and beyond with history, points of interest, and interesting stories as they motorcoach the scenic by-ways. She is thankful for the wonderful education at Endicott. [Fall 2022]

Amy Bahr Lucker still lives in Honduras. She extends an invitation to anyone who comes down to please give her a call. [Fall 2019]
Carolyn Witt has been married (second time) to Doug for 31 years. Her daughter turns 50 this year and her son is 30. She is “living the dream” with her husband and winters in Venice, Fla. [Fall 2019]
Diane Nuber lives in Fort Myers, Fla., and had hoped to see the Endicott float in the St. Patrick’s Day parade. She ended up not making the parade because of her grandson’s fifth birthday. She has two lovely daughters and three beautiful grandchildren. [Fall 2019]
Bernadette Rose Earley writes: I changed my first name in 2003 from Maureen to Bernadette.  I have moved from Nantucket Island after 32 years to northern Vermont. I do return for short visits to the ocean on Cape Cod and Nantucket.  I have two beloved grandchildren, Abigail and Robert. For years I have volunteered as a special needs advocate for people and canines of all ages. I received my master’s from Lesley University in my 50s. I have fond memories of many parts of Endicott...especially my classmates. Thank you. [Spring 2021]
Donna Atwood Lamer shares, “My husband and I have a home in Arizona where we are right now. We came here in January not expecting to stay long, but of course the pandemic changed our plans! We miss Maine but are grateful to have a place here.” She and her husband are retired and enjoy their children and grandchildren when home in Maine. They have three sons, four grandsons, and one granddaughter. Before retiring, Donna was a social worker who worked with seniors and she loved her job. [Fall 2020]

Jane Hall Longchamps is leaving on a bucket list trip this fall to Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, New Zealand, and ending in Australia. She looks forward to attending the 55th Reunion in June with Martha, Merle, and Linda. [Fall 2022]

Jane MacNeil is the President of Turn the Towns Teal, a National Awareness Campaign for Ovarian Cancer, for her 16th year. She writes, “Please visit and register to help us to continue to get the word out about this horrid and subtle disease. [Spring 2022]

Janes Hall Longchamps writes: I’m just glad we made it through what is hopefully the worst of the pandemic. I’m anxious for life to return to a new normal. We are safe and healthy. We have booked two cruises and hope to start seeing friends this summer. After 30 years we sold our boat and plan to take road trips by car or on our CanAm Spyder. We are out in Las Vegas for two weeks now visiting my daughter and life is beginning to return out here. [Spring 2021]

Leslie Heaton Evans’ granddaughter is part of the Class of 2026 and studying nursing. Leslie loved her two years at Endicott Junior College and met lifetime friend Susie Carlson there and the duo still remains best friends. Leslie was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2016. [Fall 2022]

Lisa Cammarano Bradeen shares, “I have been married and living in the Florida Keys for the past 42 years and still working as a wedding officiant. I keep in touch with a few girls still.” [Fall 2020]
Marlice Ford Brown writes: In 2018, after 21 years, I decided it was time to back off working six days a week and to sell my kayak shop in Destin, Florida. As it turned out there were not any takers, so I decided to move out of my store front location and work part time from home–semi retirement! The first year was pretty quiet until the start of 2020 and Covid. Everyone was locked down in the Florida panhandle and kayaks became a hot item. Needless to say, it was a crazy year! Things have settled down and most business is now special order; I’m operating part-time by appointment. In the meantime, I acquired my family home in Noank, Conn. and have been traveling back and forth a bit. It is a great change of pace from all the beach tourist traffic that the panhandle gets. [Spring 2021]

MaryEllen Sullivan is married to Dennis P. Sullivan. She lost her older son, Christopher, in 2006. She has homes in Nantucket, as well as in Springfield, Va. She is a retired Psychiatric Social Worker and has eight grandchildren. [Spring 2022]

Martha Kemp-Albert shares, “I’m heading up to our second home on Lake Champlain in upstate New York. We’re going to try to stay as long as the weather permits and close it up for the winter. Upon returning, I am hoping to go back to Hartford Hospital to work in the volunteer office (as a volunteer). I won’t have patient contact so hopefully I won’t be putting myself in jeopardy. I know you’ll all agree we are anxious for this coronavirus to be eliminated and return to a new normal.” [Fall 2020]
Nancy Otovic ’68 and her husband, who she met while at Endicott, have been married for 52 years this past February 2023.
Rhonda Russell LaMica has retired. [Fall 2020]

Verne Henshall ’68 has been living in Lichfield County in northwest Connecticut for the last 40 years. She’s had multiple careers: photography, teaching, realty, restaurant owner, boutique imports, and journalism. She is also a mother of one, Camille. [Fall 2023]

Barbara Urbanek Occhipinti relocated from Deep River, Conn., to outside of Myrtle Beach, S.C., this past fall. [Spring 2020]
Candace Copp Fredette is grateful to have been able to travel with the Endicott alumni group the past two years and make some terrific new friends. Her granddaughter, Maggie, has been accepted to Endicott as part of the incoming freshman class. Her granddaughter joins a legacy of proud Gulls alongside her aunt Michele Musiello Fredette 99, and cousin Sarah Gleason ’12. She also recently took a fun and informative Zoom flower arranging class through the Endicott alumni group. [Spring 2020]
Debbie Magnotta started out in retailing with Mercantile Stores, and then she went on to work as VP at one of the larger New York City ad agencies. She retired after a corporate merger and now enjoys her time traveling, enjoying the arts in the city, and caring for her mom. [Spring 2020]
Jane McLaughlin traveled to Cuba during the tiny window when travel was possible last winter. Her daughter lives and works in New York City and “I worry about her, while she worries about her old mom in Houston!” She still continues to practice law in Houston. [Spring 2020]
Kathi Schorer Keating would like to share, with a heavy heart, news of the passing of her dearest friend, Cindy Lepore Ardigliano, who succumbed to cancer on March 10, 2017. [Spring 2020]
Martha Kemp-Albert continues to volunteer at Hartford Hospital and enjoys her Friday morning knitting group in West Hartford, Conn., and recently finished her seventh Irish Fisherman sweater. She is excited to visit her summer home on Lake Champlain in upstate New York. [Spring 2020]
Terry McCue has reconnected with classmate Debbie Magnotta after discovering that her mother-in-law was friends with Debbie and her mom. They never connected the dots until Debbie mentioned that she graduated from Endicott and Terry’s mother-in-law responded that she did also. One thing led to another and they connected after 50 years! [Spring 2020]

Beverly Sorenson only attended one year at Endicott, but did get her dream job as a ward clerk at Dupage County Convalescent Home in Wheaton, Ill., in 1970. She still keeps in touch with her best Endicott buds Lisa Shamer, Val Narowski, and Sarah Dunbar, who are all married now, including herself! [Spring 2022]

Polly Chapman-Parker spent much of 2020 traveling to Rochester, N.Y. to visit her mother and assist with her care. She was holding her mother Jean when she took her last breath at age 98 on September 26, 2020. Polly spent the month of March on Sanibel Island and summers at her camp near Canandaigua Lake. [Spring 2021]


Porcelain artist Anna Kasabian’s sculpture Spring Tides Off Na Pali has been juried into The Copley Society of Art’s national call for art in the exhibit titled “Connected Land & Sea”. Donald Demers, nationally recognized master marine artist, is the sole juror and judge of the exhibition. The exhibition will be hosted on historic Newbury Street June 17–July 18, 2021. Depending on COVID-related restrictions in June, the exhibition could be held online rather than in person. The Copley Society of Art, Co/So, is the oldest non-profit art association in the United States dating back to 1879 and all members are juried into membership. Anna’s work has been installed in public venues across the United States and collectors of her work are both here and abroad. The themes of her sculptures focus on abstract views of nature glazed in arctic white tones. [Spring 2021]

Anna Kasabian’s commissioned art has been installed in the iconic Boca Raton Hotel. It is comprised of more than 1,000 hand-formed abstract, hand-formed sculptures. (Photo Courtesy for Deborah Sponder, President, Sponder Gallery at the Boca Raton Hotel). [Fall 2022]

Anna Kasabian ’70 created a sculpture “Garden of the Moondance Roses,” which has been juried into the spring show, Refresh, at the Copley Society in Boston. This sculpture is 2' x 2' and has been created with Australian porcelain. Anna has public installations in luxury hotels and residential properties across the US from Chicago's iconic London House Hotel to the newly designed Boca Hotel in Boca Raton, FL. Collectors of her work now span the globe.
Gail Aughenbaugh Long ’71 had a chance to visit Endicott this past September with her husband. She almost did not recognize the transformation that has taken place since she graduated. Gail was impressed by the use of space, while still keeping with the New England charm. Gail visited her dorm (Reynolds), and recalled many fond memories. Gail would love to hear from her classmates!
Janet Somers Gauvin ’71 is spending a lot of time going to her grandkids' sports events. She has seven grandkids, all participating in a variety of sports, and has been doing her best to attend! Janet and her husband are starting to travel, taking several smaller trips and planning a trip to Virginia Beach, VA.

Sandy Burrows writes, “During my October trip to Scotland and England, I met classmate Chrissy Zelter Berry for lunch in London. We had a wonderful time catching up! We were both retailing majors at Endicott.” [Spring 2022]

Susan Grout Hume is looking for classmates to join the Endicott College Class of 1971 Facebook page. Share memories, photos, and reconnect with classmates. 50th Reunion photos posted. [Spring 2022]

Carol Apuzzo Long and her husband Joe will be celebrating their 36th wedding anniversary in November 2020. Carol was in Bullock Hall. [Fall 2020]

Kathleen (Hildreth) Barnes retired in June from Endicott after 27 years there following 19 years as a pediatric physical therapist. She says, “Gene and I are enjoying sailing in the Gulf of Maine and taking care of our two granddaughters. We are dividing our time between Prides Crossing, Mass. and Blue Hill, ME.” [Fall 2020]

Madeline “Bambi” Azarian writes, “I moved from the Florida Keys to Panama in August, 2021.  We’re located on the ‘sunshine coast,’ near Pedasi. I’m finding the people kind and patient. Alumni, if you are in Panama, find me on WhatsApp.” [Spring 2022]

Margaret (Molly) Mooney '72 spent a wonderful weekend in Marshfield, Mass., with Joanne O’Hara Minnaert, Debby Govoni Dobie, Judy Manning Brown, and Marty Marston Guglielmetti, celebrating 51 years of friendship. They had a fabulous time laughing, eating, drinking, and reminiscing about their time at Endicott. They get together at least once a year to celebrate their very special friendship. [Fall 2021]

Margaret (Molly) Mooney '72 spent a wonderful weekend in Marshfield, Mass., with Joanne O’Hara Minnaert, Debby Govoni Dobie, Judy Manning Brown, and Marty Marston Guglielmetti, celebrating 51 years of friendship. They had a fabulous time laughing, eating, drinking, and reminiscing about their time at Endicott. They get together at least once a year to celebrate their very special friendship. [Fall 2021]

Margaret Mooney is celebrating 52 years of friendship with Debby Govoni Dobie, Judy Manning Brown, Joanne O’Hara Minnaert, Molly G. Mooney, and Marguerite Marston Guglielmetti. She writes: “We had a wonderful time visiting Endicott and enjoyed a delicious lunch in the dining room—what a difference from 52 years ago.” [Fall 2022]

Sally Sutton Brereton '72 and husband George will be celebrating 35 years of marriage in May of 2021. They have been living in Mahopac, NY for the past 34 years; they have two sons. [Spring 2021]
Susan Campanie ’72 has been happily married since 1975 and is now enjoying retirement. She travels to see grandkids, skis in Utah, hikes here and abroad, golfs, and enjoys watercolor painting.
Susan DiMartino Dowling is honored to be the new President of the Endicott Alumni Council. She joined the Endicott Board of Trustees in 2020 [Fall 2020]

Susan Dowling is honored to be the new President of the Endicott Alumni Council. She joined the Endicott Board of Trustees in 2020. [Fall 2020]

Tina Spence is still working, now in the medical field, but is looking forward to next year when she plans on retiring to Cape Cod. She is interested in hearing from classmates who lived in Bullock Hall from the Classes of ‘71 and ‘72 as she would like to put together a Bullock Hall mini reunion (either virtual or in-person with social distancing). [Fall 2020]

Tina Spence is now serving on the Endicott Alumni Council. She attended reunion weekend in June 2022 and wished more ’72 alums had attended, especially those from Bullock Hall! Tina is the Regional Sales Manager for the Northeast & Mid-Atlantic states for GGT WorldWise, a secure global ground transportation company. [Fall 2022]

Madeline (Bambi) Azarian has returned to Key West, Fla., after years of wanting to move back, and bought a house two months prior to Hurricane Irma. [Fall 2019]

Bullock Hall Class of 1973 members, Andie Cahill Chester, Laura Broadbent Williamson, Susan Farb, Carol Wilson Amatucci, Louellen Mulligan Bartholomae, and Candace Witzel Schilling, reconnected at their 50th reunion. Since their graduation, the six have maintained the close ties that formed when they first met in 1971. They’re amazed that a two-year college encounter was the foundation of lifelong relationships that continue to this day. [Fall 2023]

Lois Nagle ’73 is excited about meeting up with friends at Reunion Weekend taking place from Friday, June 2-Sunday, June 4, 2023. There are five “Tupperettes” who have said yes so far and Lois would love to see many more.

Margaret Keyes is looking forward to the 50th reunion in 2023! After graduating from Boston College in 1975, she moved to Minneapolis to teach middle school in Chaska, Minn. She moved back east and settled in Arlington, Mass., and Watertown, Mass. She and her husband both worked at Harvard and are now retired and living in Salem, Mass. They love to travel.  [Fall 2022]

Margaret “Meg” Williams Ther writes, “I retired to the eastern shore of Maryland this year. We have a two-and-a-half-year-old mini golden doodle.” [Spring 2022]

Lois Nagle and Maureen Hoylen Walters spent time on the beach in Santa Barbara, Calif., catching up with each other in-person after 49 years. What a great way to spend the afternoon. [Spring 2022]

Meg Williams-Ther ’73 has retired to the eastern shore of Maryland. She hopes to see some other alumni from Bullock Hall at Reunion Weekend 2023.

Jayne Vandenburgh ’74 and her husband, Andy, are enjoying retirement. Early on, they did some house flipping, but gave it up in favor of traveling! In between trips, Jayne consults on historic preservation projects for her former architectural firm. [Fall 2023]


Karen Coratelli-Smith is enjoying retirement by giving back through energy healing therapy.  She is working as a Tutor of Healer Development classes for UK's NFSH The Healing Trust and as an instructor for ThetaHealing, doing classes live and on Zoom.  She says, “Would love to have you experience this amazing work!” Contact Karen at 239-692-9120 or email [Fall 2020]

Pamela Veith Payton ’74 and her husband, Terry, enjoyed several Viking River Cruises before the pandemic, their favorite being the Douro in Portugal. Pamela is loving spending time with her two children who are nearby. Pamela was on campus in July 2022 for the Misselwood Concours d’Elegance, enjoying the ocean view!

Pamela Veith Payton ’74 and her spouse, Terry, are enjoying their retirement and spending time with their grandkids. They have embarked on several Viking River Cruises and other trips closer to home due to the pandemic. [Fall 2023]

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Vickie Wright Ashcraft writes, “I shifted from focusing on art to tourism in sunny New Mexico. I'm blessed to see heritage tourists from across the globe.” [Spring 2022]

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Andrea Dinneen writes, “Going to Endicott was the BEST decision of my life. I loved everything about it from the classes, campus, location and dorm living. But most importantly was the wonderful, lifelong friends I made there. We stay in touch and get together often, even after 44 years. 1976–1978 were great years at Endicott. Life was very different back then. So many memories and lots of fun!  We even survived the Blizzard of ’78. Endicott has changed so much over the years and I am sure it is even better now! Anyone who chooses to go to Endicott has definitely made the right choice and will have forever friends.” [Spring 2022]

Kathleen George Renner has enjoyed a lifetime career in retail, owning and operating an antique and gift store that included outside sales in estate liquidations. After retiring, a friend called her to manage an upscale women's boutique. She married Charles Renner, Jr. in 1987 and has two grown children. Her son, Charles III, is a general surgeon resident and was married in 2018. He and his wife Kaitlyn both practice at Mt. Carmel hospital in Columbus, Ohio. They have a beautiful baby girl born on May 8, 2020. (She and her husband are very excited about being grandparents for the first time!) Her daughter, Elizabeth, is a surgical nurse at The James hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She says: "We are all trying to stay healthy during this COVID-19 pandemic. My very best to all of my Endicott friends. God Bless and stay strong!" [Spring 2020] 

Patricia Purdy graduated from Endicott in 1978 with an associate’s degree in fashion design. Professors Barbara and David Broudo changed her life. She spent her life in the arts creating costumes for the Williams College Theater, childrenswear for Carter’s, and interior design for designer showhouses, before moving on to picture frame design, museum shop management, and now gallery director for her husband, bronze sculptor Andrew DeVries, who has created a sculpture trail in Middlefield, Mass. [Fall 2022]

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Donna Rizzio ’80 shared that her son got married! [Spring 2023]
Barbara Shea is still in touch with many friends from Endicott. Most frequently, with Suzanne Perkins Winslow, Nancy Harrington Bovich, Victoria Finlayson Price, Sharon Tripp, Diane Ledoux, Sarah Chambers Genck, and Andriana Muffy Marshall. [Spring 2021]

Belinda Lane writes, “After retiring from a 23-year career with an international airline, I came back to the North Shore! You can find me in Gloucester's Rocky Neck Art Colony at the Sidestreet Gallery. Happy 2022!” [Spring 2022]

Beth Sinacole Halaby lives in Methuen, Mass. and is married with three children. She finished her Ph.D. in December of 2018. She graduated from University of Massachusetts Lowell in 1984 and has been a medical technologist for the past 37 years; currently working weekends at Holy Family Hospital. She teaches in the program that she graduated from at UML. She is a staff member and a Biomedical Laboratory Specialist. [Spring 2021]
Heather Leslie Kliesner is working as organizational development manager for Empire Today, overseeing all things related to learning & development, performance management, leadership development, and employee engagement. She and her husband Doug have a blended family with five children and seven grandchildren, and are living in the Chicago area. [Spring 2021]
Lynn Taylor Regan attended Salem University after Endicott. She lives in southern Massachusetts. She has been married 35 years and has a daughter and son, and is the Director of Clinical Operations for a cancer center in Providence, Rhode Island. Lynn is Co-founder of the Little Wiffle Softball program for higher needs children, now in its 11th year. She loves her Winthrop girls, and stay in touch often. [Spring 2021]
Nell Nosler Beattie resides in Michigan, and is carrying on her grandmother’s interior decorating business under her name, Eleanor Schneider, Inc. She has been married 30 years and has two sons. Nell has also been working with children for 16 years as a preschool aide.  [Spring 2021]
Sharon Dipiro Sammartino shares: After graduating from Endicott, I attended Bryant College/University. After years of working in retailing and manufacturing management, my husband and I moved to Arizona and have resided in the Scottsdale area for the last 20 years. I currently work for the Paradise Valley School District, have been married 33 years, have two children and two grandchildren. My passions are my family and my volunteer work; I currently sit on the board of directors for St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix Council. I cherish my Winthrop sisters and our time at Endicott. [Spring 2021]
Sharon Wasilewski Reed is currently living in Londonderry, NH with her husband Mike. She just celebrated her 21st year working in Comcast's business division on the advanced products team. She has enjoyed reconnecting with her fellow "Winthrop women" and sharing memories and creating new ones. [Spring 2021]
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Susan Brogna has been the medical photographer at Shriners Children’s in Boston for 26 years. She lives in Malden, Mass., with her family and two new Samoyed puppies. [Fall 2022]

In 2015, Yukari Zaha Tortorich went to Japan for a visit, and had a mini Endicott reunion. The group photo are (left to right): Yuko Ueyama '84, Yukari (Zaha) Tortorich '83, Itsuko Yoroi '82, Minako Morita '84, Yuka (Kouchi) Shima '84, Sayaka Shinoda '83, Kimiko (Kosugi) Sana '83. She just celebrated 22 years with Discovery, Inc. (Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, HGTV, Food Network, etc.) in April 2021. [Spring 2021]

Colleen Rundell now lives in Phoenix. She earned a doctorate in health sciences and her second career is teaching STEM to K-8 scholars. [Fall 2022]

Lee Neary has been working as a paraprofessional with high schoolers who have severe special needs. Before that, she worked in a day care center for 30 years. [Spring 2022]


Carlene Basler Brunk writes, “I live in Vero Beach, Fla., with my husband of 30 years this September, Steve. We have two kids and we own Minuteman Press Vero, Minuteman Press PSL, and Spinnaker Suds & Shine. Being a business owner allowed me to have the time with my children when they were young, and volunteer in the schools, Humane Society, and church. I would say I feel very blessed. I take part in Endicott Alumni luncheons when they are here in Vero Beach. I enjoy talking to the alumni and hearing how much Endicott has grown. I am also still in touch with some of my Endicott friends who put a smile on my face when we talk.” [Spring 2022]

Carlene Basler Brunk ’85 is living in Vero Beach, FL, and loving it! Carlene celebrated 30 years with her husband, Steve, and both of their children entered their twenties this past March. Carlene can't believe that happened so fast! Carlene is a business owner of three Minuteman Press stores and one Spinnaker Suds-N-Shine car wash, and is truly blessed.

Kristin Kinney Lysik ’85 is looking to reconnect with some of her Reynolds Hall classmates. (Please email Endicott’s Alumni Engagement team at if you would like to reach out to Kristin.) [Fall 2023]


Laurie Goddard is happy to announce the arrival of Harper Jean, her granddaughter, who joined the world in May 2021! [Spring 2022]

Paula Prifti Weafer loved her days as an Endicott student, especially working with alumni through nearly 30 years in fundraising and advancement, most recently for Babson College. She is currently leading the $60 million Cathedral Now, Cathedral Forever campaign for Cathedral High School (CHS) in Boston’s South End, and providing strategic guidance in fundraising, and in planned and major gifts. She is thrilled to make a difference and an impact to enable students the opportunity to receive a rigorous and holistic education regardless of their ability to pay. [Fall 2022]


Lesley Lurie writes, “Hi, I've been living here in Arizona for a little over 20 years. I have also had some accomplishments over the years. I have two black belts in karate and got my bachelor’s degree in business management. I now work for a local food bank in town that helps people look for jobs and get back on their feet.” [Spring 2022]

Heidi Bahr Fleming hosted a small alumni luncheon at her home in Wolfeboro, N.H., this past August. [Fall 2019]

Cynthia Hudson writes, “With a love for fashion since I was young and a degree from Endicott in Fashion Merchandise, I pursued a career in different avenues my entire adult career life. One was to start a magazine. After seven years as a local magazine in print and online, we were picked up by a top distributor and we are now internationally sold. In the U.S., you can find the magazine in Barnes and Noble, CVS, and Walgreens, to name a few! For up-to-date information please go to or email us at We always support fellow Endicott students and alumni.” [Spring 2022]

Kate Nickles writes, “With a love for horses since I was young, I followed my dream and opened The Little Red Barn, located in the heart of Jamesport, N.Y. We offer lessons for children ages three and up, fall camps, summer camps, farm tours and pony parties. You can connect with us at or call 631-566-1690. Some of my best years were spent at Endicott and I am forever grateful for my experience and friendships made.” [Spring 2022]

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Paralegal Teri McGehan joined the public finance practice at Pullman & Comley, the top-ranked law firm for public finance in Connecticut according to Bond Buyer. [Spring 2021]

Stephanie Correira-Nolan ’88 ’90 is the owner of Distinctive Interiors in Sarasota, FL, and was awarded First Place for "Excellence in Design Awards" from the ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) FL West Coast in September 2022 for her work in the residential categories of Transitional Design 3,000SF +, Transitional Bath, Transitional Kitchen & Renovation "Before & After".
Jill Lynch Levin ’91 and her husband celebrated their 19th anniversary this year. Their oldest daughter is attending Elon University and studying public health. Their younger daughter is a junior in high school and is playing softball. They love living in Rhode Island, and keeping tabs on Endicott.

Kelly Criss was recently promoted to the administration at University Hospitals’ Department of Electronic Revenue Oversight after 24 years of service at the Level I Trauma Center. [Fall 2022]


Brooke Parker Higgins lives in Los Angeles and is an actor, voice-over artist, writer, and photographer. She launched her company three years ago and has expanded it to include email listing, social media, a merchandise line, and an upcoming LLG podcast. She and her company were featured in the Taunton Gazette. [Fall 2021]

Fran Aceto is the head softball coach, the head field hockey coach, and also the seventh grade girls basketball coach at Lewiston Middle School. Go Demons! [Spring 2022]

Francine Aceto finished her first season having lots of fun as a 7th grade basketball coach with eight wins and two losses! Teams were combined due to COVID-19. She is also the team leader again this year at Lewiston Middle School for the ed techs. [Fall 2021]

Jenn Del Ciotto is excited to share that her daughter graduated in June and began attending Pennsylvania State University this fall, majoring in elementary education. [Fall 2021]

Melissa Warwick-Schwarz recently started working as the ER nurse manager of a level one trauma center in West Palm Beach, Fla. [Fall 2021]

Brooke Parker Higgins’ company, Ladies' Life Guide, was featured in Harper's Bazaar Magazine, for the December 2021/January 2022 double issue. A pair of Transformation yoga capri pants from the LLG line that she designed is shown on page 115. You can shop the entire line in the LLG BOUTIQUE. She'd love social media support from EC alumni and current students by subscribing and following all social media outlets, see links at

This post is a correction from the Fall 2021 issue of Soundings, which had an incorrect photo. [Spring 2022]

Trisha Robbins Clinch relocated back to her home state of Maine with her family and bought a home in Orono. She started a position as the new manager for Renaissance Dogs, an award-winning dog training, boarding kennel, and doggy daycare center in the greater Bangor area. [Spring 2022]

Fran Aceto recently celebrated her 10th year as an educational technician in special education at Lewiston Middle School (LMS) in Maine. Fran is the field hockey coach at LMS and is also the assistant basketball coach at Lewiston High School. She has been an active member of the Endicott College Alumni Council as the historian for over 10 years. [Fall 2019]
Trisha (Robbins) Clinch A.S.’92 B.S.’94 started a nonprofit organization in 2018 called Clawdia’s Cans, which donates handcrafted items made from upcycled cat food cans to animal shelters for fundraising purposes. She also launched an Etsy shop this year, called Cat Can Creations, where she sells her handmade items online. In addition to her charity work and online business, she enjoys her career as a full-time professional pet sitter on Massachusetts’ Cape Ann. [Fall 2019]

Katie DiDonato Worster got married July 3, 2021! [Spring 2022]

Amy (Kass) Rosenfeld ’92 ’94 got married on her birthday in 2018. She adapted a children's book, Daniel and Max Play Together, which came out in December of 2021. She and her husband like to travel, baseball, basketball, wrestling, and so much more. They will be celebrating five years of marriage this June. They live in New York.

Ana Roda-Fogarty’s ’94 son, Liam, is heading into his sophomore year at Endicott. He is majoring in Sports Management and finished his first internship with Firecracker Sports. He had a great first year, made many new friends, and both Ana and Liam are excited for his second year! Ana is amazed at how many new buildings there are and the renovations taking place. She is proud to be a Gull mom and alum! [Fall 2023]


Andrea Boyle ’94 is thoroughly enjoying her new position as Grants Coordinator for i3 Health, a medical education company providing accredited continuing education activities for medical professionals. [Fall 2023]

Dianne Dunnell ’94 transitioned to CBRE as a Project Manager for the UnitedHealth Group account this past October. Diane is enjoying a telecommuter position that allows her time to attend her kids’ soccer and track events.

Dianne Dunnell-Bois started a new career in April, joining United Health Group as Senior Project Manager for the New England region on the real estate services workplace delivery team. [Fall 2021]

Elizabeth Nabatanzi remembers Doc Wylie’s words: “You are a mover and a shaker.” She graduated in 1994 with a degree in nursing. [Fall 2022]

Jennie Peterson Coggins ’94 became a Licensed Mental Health Professional, so she can now do more extensive school counseling, including possible summer work. She is super excited that her youngest daughter and current Endicott student, Josie, is heading to Italy this year for study abroad. Jennie will visit her this Thanksgiving. [Fall 2023]

Kristan Daily ’94 recently became the Corporate Marketing Manager for HG Consulting Inc. in Kansas City, Mo. She visited New England in August, and was thrilled to spend time with classmate Amy (Huwe) McCollett ’94. [Fall 2023]
Meaghan Hughes Verri writes, “Hello! The beginning of the pandemic brought huge, changes into my life. I became involved with a local, USDA-certified, organic company. Struggling with skin issues, food allergies, and autoimmune disease, these products helped change my life and the life of the people I love. I am happy to share this opportunity with you. I am still designing on the side for close friends and family #thankyouEndicott #ThisIs50 Looking for a nontoxic lifestyle? Reach out to me.” [Spring 2022]

Patty Robinson-Angel ’94 is enjoying her new home with her husband, Jason, in her hometown in Maine after they lived in Boston for the past four years. They moved “up north” to work remotely during the pandemic and decided to stay. She started a new job assisting faculty members at Colby College with the three modern language departments last September and is about to start her last course for her master’s degree at Boston University. [Fall 2023]


Trisha (Robbins) Clinch A’92 ’94 is a pet care professional with Annabelle’s Pet Care of Gloucester, Mass. She also owns and manages four businesses: Drift Soap Company of Gloucester; Cat Can Creations; Witch City Soap Co. of Salem, Mass.; and Trisha Clinch Art. Additionally, she operates a non-profit organization called Clawdia’s Cans, which raises money for homeless animals. [Fall 2021]

Wendy Lattof-Minton is the owner of Create and Escape in Peabody, Mass. She hosted a virtual crafting event with our Endicott alumni association in March where participants celebrated the start of spring with a wooden sign workshop. [Fall 2021]

Alisa de Gaspe Beaubien received Endicott’s Outstanding Alumni Award on Friday, June 7 as she celebrated her 25th Reunion. [Fall 2019]
Alisa Kriekis de Gaspe Beaubien successfully wrapped up her five-year term as President of the Endicott College Alumni Association and Board of Trustees member. [Spring 2020]
Jennifer Vincent's career led her into hospitality marketing with Vermont Independent Hotels, Trapp Family Lodge, and currently the Woodstock Inn & Resort. In the spring of 2019, she received her CHDM (Certified Hotel Digital Marketer) HSMAI certification. She also found a true devotion to asana yoga and will be a certified Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) at the end of June 2020. [Spring 2020]
Jennifer Vincent ’95, Director of Marketing at the Woodstock Inn & Resort in VT has been awarded the 2022 Boston Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) award for Hospitality Marketing Professional of the Year, a part of the organization’s first annual Pillar Awards. This award recognizes and promotes excellence in the field of marketing, including digital social/marketing, in the hospitality industry. The recipient is recognized as an exceptional professional by their co-workers, peers, and throughout the industry.
Linda Christensen and her husband, Paul Bassett, eloped to Jackson Falls, NH on September 24, 2018. During the same year, Linda was promoted to a new role of Compliance and Project Manager, Operations at Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Mass. [Spring 2020]

Linda Christensen earned a master’s degree in business ethics and compliance from Cambridge College and began a new role at Akamai Technologies as the Senior Executive Assistant to the SVP and General Counsel of the global legal department based in Cambridge. [Fall 2022]

Jennifer Vincent's career led her into hospitality marketing with Vermont Independent Hotels, Trapp Family Lodge, and currently the Woodstock Inn & Resort. In the spring of 2019, she received her CHDM (Certified Hotel Digital Marketer) HSMAI certification. She also found a connection with Ashtanga Yoga and will be a certified Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) at the end of June 2020. [Spring 2020]
Linda Christensen and her husband eloped at Jackson Falls, N.H., on September 24, 2018. During the same year, Linda was promoted to a new role of compliance and project manager, operations at Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Mass. She enjoys biking and hiking on trails in and around Boston. [Spring 2020]
Pamela Holley is a pre-kindergarten special education teacher in Mansfield, Conn. She lives on a small homestead in Lebanon, Conn., and is married with two children, ages 14 and 9. [Spring 2020]
Carleen Rago ’96 has been inducted into the New York State High School Girls Soccer Hall of Fame as the first person from Staten Island, NY to be inducted. It is Carleen’s second Hall of Fame induction—she’s a member of the Endicott College Hall of Fame for soccer and basketball!

Belinda Goldberg writes, “We got married in December 2021 in Arizona after a long engagement created by COVID-19. Our wedding was followed by a 12-day cruise from Rome to Israel with lots of stops in between. In May, we set off to a Polynesian Islands cruise on the Norwegian. After that, we’ll take a three-week river cruise in Europe. I work as a fraud analyst with an international bank and I am currently studying Hebrew. I am returning to school to pick up a few teaching classes, so that I can teach history when I retire...  I am blessed and I hope the same for you! Shalom Aleichem!” [Spring 2022]

Tara Cunniff Capuano lives in Easton with her husband John and daughter Samantha. After graduating Endicott, she attended the Massachusetts School of Law and has her Juris Doctor. She works at Fidelity Investments as a director overseeing vendor relationships and contract negotiations.  Samantha is finishing up her junior year of high school and has already toured Endicott. She will be applying in the fall, since Endicott is one of her top choices! [Spring 2022]

Belinda Baardsen was accepted to law school, then became a teacher at King Saud University and helped guide young women into becoming lawyers. She wants to say “go forth and slay, slay, slay...” because you can. [Fall 2019]

Christine Spaziano married Kieran O’Neill on January 19, 2020, at The Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, Mass.. Standing up for the bride was Teresa Conant, Sarah Fredley, and Jessica (Munroe) Lallis, all class of 1998. A reading was performed by Renee (Tonkovic) Wooster ’98. Guests included Colleen (Yandow) Blatchly ’98, Gina (Boudreau) Mannion ’99, Patty (Waszeciak) Camilleri ’99, and Matt Camilleri ’99. [Fall 2021]

Danny McCaffrey has been working with Marathon Health for the past four years after 20 years of direct patient care. The organization provides unmatched access to employer-sponsored healthcare. In January, Danny helped launch virtual care services of advanced 24/7 primary care, health coaching, and behavioral health, and was recently promoted to product owner. Danny is still happily residing in Vermont with her husband of 16 years and her daughters, ages 15 and 13. [Spring 2022]


Melissa Perry-Dolat was married on May 8, 2021. [Spring 2022]


Top row (left to right): Jacqueline Chaput Carr ’03, Kristin Hagerman Baker ’02, Beth Louis ’03, Nicola Doring Silvestro, Lisa Morison ’03. Bottom row (left to right): Lela Horiuchi ’03, Kelly Hall Sullivan ’03, Shelly Dias Bae ’02, Heather Grice Carnevale, Carolyn Greenwood Kennison ’02, former lacrosse teammates, returned to cheer on EC women's lacrosse at their game against Bowdoin College. [Spring 2022]

Leah Whitehead Oklan writes, “I graduated from Fordham University with my master’s in social work in 2009. I went on to get my clinical license and worked in a New York City hospital (in inpatient psychiatry) for five years. Then my husband and I moved to Vermont with our two children, and I worked at a medical clinic for 6 years, providing integrated behavioral health services in a medical setting for underserved/marginalized populations. I’m excited to share that, at this point in my career, I have decided to open my own private psychotherapy practice in the community!” [Spring 2022]

Tim Betty has accepted a position as the Principal at Whittier Middle School in Haverhill, Mass. [Fall 2020]
Cindy Grove recently had a book published by ALA Editions titled Libraries and the Substance Abuse Crisis: Supporting Your Community. She graduated from Endicott with a B.S. in Psychology and went on to get a master’s degree in library and information science. She would like to thank Endicott for the education that made all of this possible. [Spring 2020]
Becky Busa Koenig ’02 and her husband opened an Italian restaurant in Driggs, ID. They made it through the pandemic and are serving fresh pasta and East Coast-style pizza to the folks in their little valley. Be sure to visit Pizzeria Alpino the next time you visit Yellowstone National Park or Jackson Hole! Becky also started her own concierge business, Beck of All Trades!
Jessica Descrochers ’02 joined Endicott’s Alumni Council in January 2023. [Fall 2023]
Kevin Jasmin started a new position in August and is now the Vice President of Brand Marketing & Strategy for Prudential Financial in New York City. [Fall 2020]
Kristin Crestin joins Jon Knight of New Kids on the Block in HGTV’s new renovation program Farmhouse Fixer. The show premiered in March 2021; Crestin is the show’s designer. She opened Kristina Crestin Design in Manchester-by-the-Sea in 2009 and has been growing the business since. She also has an Endicott intern who has been working with her on all of this as well, which has been fun. [Spring 2021]
John O’Connor has announced that he will be running as an at-large candidate for the Dover City Council. O’Connor and his wife, Linda, have lived in Dover, Mass., for almost 28 years. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in human resources. [Fall 2019]
Courtney (Lyons) Trembler ’03 and her family recently built a new home in Salisbury, Mass. [Fall 2023]
Danielle Lucisano ’03 lives in Hamden, Conn. and has worked as a paralegal for nearly 10 years. Currently, she is employed by Jonathan Perkins Injury Lawyers in New Haven, where she is a personal injury/medical malpractice paralegal and has been with the firm for more than six years. [Fall 2023]

Dan Quitério ’03 is Senior Director, Social Strategy at Paramount+, working with several global regions as part of the International Streaming division. A longtime resident of Brooklyn, N.Y., he sits on the board of the nonprofit Red Hook Conservancy, which works to conserve, protect, and support parks and green spaces in Red Hook, Brooklyn. He is a member of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and earned his M.A. in Advertising from The University of Texas at Austin following a year of AmeriCorps service. [Fall 2023]

Hugo Desenzani ’03 is the Managing Director of Luxury, Caribbean and Latin America at Marriott International. [Fall 2023]
Jennifer Toler M’03 graduated with a M.Ed. in Arts & Learning from Endicott College. Since then, while raising two daughters, she has been working at Salem High School, taught as an adjunct professor for the Graduate and Continuing Education department at Endicott, and continues to build a career as a professional artist. Jennifer was pleased to exhibit a solo show, Old Souls: New Works by Jennifer Toler, at the Spencer Presentation Gallery at Endicott last fall. [Fall 2023]
Jenny Brewer Galacar is a freelance writer and maintains her own sustainable lifestyle blog. You can follow her adventures on Instagram at @JennyRadish. [Fall 2020]

Karen Swanson Jonaitis writes, “I graduated in 2001 and 2003, my daughter Kelli (Jonaitis) Hartley graduated in 2001, and I am proud to announce my granddaughter Ava Hartley has been accepted for fall 2022! She will be the third generation to attend Endicott. We are so proud!” [Spring 2022]

Khalil Makdah ’03 founded Bear and Pup Marketing and Events in 2020 and had been producing the largest events in Central Florida, including Orlando’s largest festival and parade, Come Out with Pride, Orlando, which he doubled in two years. He also won several awards in the state for his work. He currently resides in Orlando with an aim towards expanding his business in the Chicagoland and Atlanta Metro areas. [Fall 2023]

Mary Olivieri celebrated three years working for Stonington Institute in Groton, Conn., which is a rehab for people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. She encourages any struggling Gulls to reach out and is living proof that recovery is possible. [Fall 2022]

Sara Fenwick ’03 and her husband, Chris, have two children, Zac and Sophie. Sara owns her own private counseling and consulting business in Augusta, Maine and homeschools her children. They travel whenever they can. [Fall 2023]
Silvia Moreno-Garcia ’03 has released her ninth novel, Silver Nitrate. She is a bestselling and award-winning author (Mexican Gothic, The Daughter of Doctor Moreau) who lives in Vancouver, Canada. [Fall 2023]
Andrew West and Alisa Vargas ’03 had their daughter, Lydia, in 2016.  More recently, Andrew has been named Head Coach of the Ridge High School football program. [Fall 2020]
Marc and Jen Abramovitz-Zirolli '06 celebrated being married for nine years in August. In March, Marc traveled to TD Garden in Boston to see his childhood sports team, the Carolina Hurricanes franchise (formerly the Hartford Whalers), play Boston, wearing for the first time in over 20 years the green Whalers uniforms. It was nostalgic and an emotional rollercoaster for Marc, who hopes that one day the Whalers will return to Hartford to renew the storied New England rivalry with the Bruins. [Fall 2020]

Dr. Sherri Raftery is a Gull twice! Dr. Sherri earned her master’s in education (Class of 2004) and a doctorate in education with a concentration in higher education leadership (Class of 2022). Dr. Sherri’s dissertation, “Foster Youth Mentorship Programs in Higher Education,” will be published in 2022. [Fall 2022]

Thomas LaLonde teaches special needs scholars for the largest private network of charter schools in Texas, and thanks Endicott for his education. [Fall 2020]

Ben Bettez is in his sixth year as Principal Financial Officer with the City of Portland, Maine. He has been keeping busy by coaching soccer and lacrosse for his oldest son, Max, for the past several years. [Spring 2022]

Benjamin Bettez ’05 has started a new career as Deputy Finance Director for the City of Biddeford, Maine in November 2023. [Spring 2024]
Braden Monaco, Managing Partner at Blue Horizon Benefits, has been named a finalist in the 2022 Broker of the Year competition by BenefitsPRO.  Monaco is one of five finalists who, according to BenefitsPRO, represent the vanguard of benefits advisors leading the way into the future.  [Spring 2022]
Dr. Kristen (Altieri) DeCarli ’05 was recently voted in as a Board Member for the Hamden Education Foundation in Hamden, Conn. Dr. DeCarli is an Associate Professor of Business and Sport Management as well as Co-Director of the Honors Program at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Conn. [Spring 2024]
Jami and Casey Murphy welcomed their first daughter Hattie Murphy on October 11, 2019. [Spring 2020]

Dr. Kristen Altieri DeCarli was named the Director of Sport Management at Albertus Magnus College. As an Assistant Professor at Albertus, she is also the Co-Director of the Honors Program. [Spring 2022]

In the summer of 2022, Dr. Kristen Altieri DeCarli was promoted to Associate Professor at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Conn. DeCarli serves as the Director of the Sport Management program as well as Co-Director of the Honors Program and also teaches sport management, business, and communications courses. [Fall 2022]

Morgan (Tranquist) Cooper ’05 was recently promoted to Regional Executive (RE) of the Andre McCallum Agency in Richmond, Va. As the RE, she is responsible for running all day-to-day operations and growing the team. The agency had its best month in March 2023 with over $126,000 in production and protecting over 400 families with permanent life insurance benefits. [Fall 2023]

Stefanie Howlett ’05 and her partner, Jackie Rose, welcome their son, Julian Reed Rose, to the world on June 16, 2023. The family currently lives in Salem. [Spring 2024]
Conrad New York Downtown has announced the appointment of Jaun Gonzalez Izquierdo as its new hotel manager. In his position, Gonzalez Izquierdo leads hotel operations, focusing on enhancing the 463 all-suite property’s luxury standards of hospitality, and further elevating the international guest experience. [Fall 2019]
Matt Pitney and Ben MacEwen '18 were sworn in as members of the Waltham Fire Department. They were both hired at the end of 2019 and completed the Massachusetts Fire Academy earlier this year. [Spring 2020]
Melanie Scamman is an interior designer. Laura Zoulamis '88 is her former mentor and business partner. Laura graduated from Endicott in 1988 when it was still a two-year school. A few years ago they decided to leave the firm they were both working at and go out on their own. They have been in business (Bowerbird Design Collective) for three-and-a-half years and have been lucky enough to be featured in a few Maine-based design magazines, Decor Maine and Maine Home and Design. [Spring 2020]
Morgan Tranquist Cooper moved to Richmond, Va., and began a new career as a licensed insurance agent with American Income Life. She was recently promoted to Supervising Agent to head up training and recruiting for the agency. In October, Morgan and her husband, Jeff, celebrated their marriage with family and friends at Stony Creek Brewery in Branford, Conn. They've recently welcomed a new member into their family, an English Cream Golden Retriever named Alani. [Spring 2020]
Natalie Bogart was named by Progressive Railroading magazine as a "Rising Star" for 2020 (someone under the age of 40 who has made, or is making, a positive impact on his or her company, organization, department or team, and is viewed by others—peers, colleagues, supervisors, clients, or associates—as an up-and-coming leader in the rail industry). She is the Marketing Director at the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority and promotes the Amtrak Downeaster passenger rail service that operates five round-trips daily between Brunswick, Maine and Boston, Mass. She develops the strategic marketing direction, defines campaign strategies, manages social media accounts, builds customer relationships, and creates promotional communications, and also manages a small (but mighty) marketing team and sales outreach staff. [Spring 2020]
Brothers Nathan Girard and Nicholas Girard ’08 are opening a recreational marijuana retail store in Pittsfield, Mass. They are opening Bloom Brothers in Fall 2019, along with their third brother, Ben. [Fall 2019]
Philip Conrad will soon be leaving his position as principal of Andover High School to take charge of Bedford Public Schools. The Bedford School Committee voted unanimously to offer him the job and he accepted, the Bedford Citizen reported. Philip has led Andover High School since 2015. He has earned two master’s degrees, one in management from Lesley College in Cambridge, Mass., and one in educational leadership from Endicott. [Spring 2020]
Russ Friedland M’06 was named Associate Head Coach of Missouri State volleyball. Originally from Mansfield, Conn., Russ earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Endicott, where he lettered all four years in men’s volleyball. [Spring 2020]
Alicia Barnett is celebrating one year with CLEAR as the Senior Director of Creative Operations.   [Fall 2022]
Alicia (Page) Barnette ’06 and Susan Crawford ’06 M’19 joined Endicott’s Alumni Council in January 2023. [Fall 2023]
Armando Lopez Cardenas ’06 is enjoying life in Mexico City with his two children, 10 and 7, and his wonderful wife, Monica. Armando works in the federal government related to immigration topics, as Chief of Staff for the Commissioner of Immigration.
Ashley Wills Cadrin welcomed her second son, Finnegan Ryan Cadrin, on December 5, 2020.  [Spring 2021]

Brian Goldmeier was recently announced as the one of three co-chairs of the United Way Tocqueville Society, an influential group of 800 business and community leaders who embody the best of Miami-Dade, contributing at the highest levels and engaging in philanthropy and volunteerism year-round. [Fall 2020]
Christina (LaRosa) Jarboe and her husband, James, welcomed their third child, Ava Rose Jarboe, on May 20, 2019. She joins older brother Jacob Henrik, who is four years old, and older sister Madelyn Grace, who is seven years old. [Spring 2020]
Courtney Patrick received her 200 hr Baptiste Yoga certification in March, and additionally passed her NCIDQ in December amidst this year of pandemic. [Spring 2021]

Erin North has been an elementary school teacher for the past 15 years, teaching the 2nd, 4th, and 5th grades in Beverly Public Schools at Ayers Ryal Side Elementary School. In 2010, Erin completed her master’s degree with highest honors in special education: moderate disabilities. In 2019, she completed her CAGS degree in school leadership, passed all of her Mass. PAL state requirements, and acquired her license to be a principal. For the 2021–22 school year, Erin transitioned to a special education position, where she is co-teaching 4th grade. [Fall 2021]

Lisa Emanuele Fazzino and her husband Claudio welcomed twins Emelia and Alessio in June! They were born on the same day as their older sister, Eliana! [Fall 2022]

In 2020, Nathan Tower started the podcast production company Nonsensible ( The company is currently growing and has internship opportunities available.  [Fall 2022]
Rachel Keeler is living in Austin, Texas where she is the Head of Collection Management for the Lake Travis Community Library. [Spring 2020]
Rachel Keeler has been appointed as Director of Tye Preston Memorial Library in Canyon Lake, Texas, and was also selected by the Texas Library Association as a TALL Texan 2020. [Fall 2020]
Ricardo Burton has moved away from software sales after 14 years and shifted his career to real estate in Charleston, S.C. [Fall 2022]
Earlier this year, Rob Velasquez opened his new gym Backyahd Boston in the South Bay. You can find more information at He was also selected as an ambassador for Lululemon Boston. [Fall 2022]
Alaina (Bliss) Posluszny was promoted to assistant chef concierge at Encore Boston Harbor. She is also expecting her second child, who will join two-year-old Eleanor in November. [Fall 2019]
Alaina Bliss Posluszny welcomed a son, Lincoln, on November 26, 2019. In February 2020, she moved into the Assistant Manager role at the call center of Encore Boston Harbor. [Spring 2020]
Andrea Laflamme and Jordan Laflamme welcomed their second daughter, Scarlett Mae Laflamme, on January 6, 2019. She joins older sister Aubrey June who is four years old. [Fall 2019]
Ashley (Wills) Cadrin and her husband, Jeremy, welcomed their son, Thomas James Cadrin, on December 9, 2018 at Beth Israel Deaconess in Plymouth, Mass. [Fall 2019]
Courtney Krajeski is currently living in Middleborough, Mass., working for Old Colony Elder Services as their volunteer coordinator. There, she gets to spend her time working with community partners, such as The Council on Aging and Habitat for Humanity, to identify volunteer opportunities and then recruit volunteers to fill those needs. [Fall 2019]
Courtney Patrick completed the 200-hour yoga teacher training certification, and is now a RYT 200 instructor teaching virtually, and excited to teach locally when able! [Spring 2020]
Courtney Walsh Patterson and her husband Jeremy welcomed their daughter, Claire Elizabeth Patterson, on January 30, 2020. [Spring 2020]
Erin Neuhardt opened her business, E Studio Events, in January 2018. There she acts as the event strategist serving organizations on a mission. She helps non-profit, entrepreneurial, and business clients to plan and implement their event strategies. [Fall 2019]
Lisa (Fazzino) Emanuele and her husband, Claudio, announced the birth of their daughter, Eliana Marie, on June 8, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Sarah (Voigt) Brown welcomed her second child, Ella Wesleigh Brown, on September 26, 2019. [Spring 2020]
Ted Ribaudo was married on August 24 in Grafton, Vt. He also spent an afternoon with fellow Gulls Matt George, Zack Ellis, Mike Suplicki, Mark Metcalf, and Matt Modoono during a cookout in early August. [Fall 2019]
Alayna ’09 and Andrew McGarty ’07 have two children, Ayla and Connor. Alayna is the Co-Founder of Birch Hill Behavioral Health, a psychotherapy practice that contains eight clinicians and a doctoral training program and serves over 250 patients and families. Alayna was just appointed by Governor Maura Healey to the Board of Registration for Allied Mental Health and Human Services. [Fall 2023]

Carli Conners is living in Raleigh, N.C., and working in global operations for a tech company. Her 10-year-old, Torin, is the quarterback on his football team and loving it. [Fall 2022]

Christie (Stannard) Judge ’07 is living in Norwalk, Conn. with her husband, Alex Judge ’09, and their two sons, Charlie and Oliver. The children share birthdays, as Oliver was born on April 26, 2019, while Charlie was born on the same day this year. [Fall 2023]

Jennifer Kohn Servies welcomed a happy and active baby boy on September 23, 2021. [Fall 2022]

Jonathan Pratt is celebrating his company's 11th anniversary and his 40th wedding anniversary. He writes, “I am blessed with a great family and company! I have been living in Gloucester for my entire life and now turning 59 on April 8th, the last birthday in my 50's! Life is GREAT!” [Spring 2022]

Lana Gavin, MS, RN, has been named Assistant Nursing Director for the Prep/Recovery area in Interventional Cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Boston. Gavin has served as a Nurse Specialist for Interventional Cardiology for several years, a role in which she was instrumental to the opening of the Klarman Building and the transition to Epic in the Interventional Cardiology procedure areas. She earned both her initial nursing degree and a master's degree in nursing education from Endicott College in 2007 and 2012, respectively. [Spring 2024]
Alena Krystofolski Jewett just began her fourth year and earned professional status as a health teacher at Shawsheen Elementary in Wilmington, Mass., and is surviving virtual teaching this semester. [Fall 2020]

Alena (Krystofolski) Jewett had a second child with her husband Sam. Milo Anthony was born on July 6, 2022. They currently reside in Lynnfield, Mass. Milo is pictured here with older brother Leo. [Fall 2022]

Dana Jones Bettez began her year with two new jobs: she splits her time as an Assistant City Clerk in South Portland, Maine, and the Membership & Engagement Manager for the South Portland Land Trust. She is also currently in the process of rebranding her creative business. [Spring 2022]

George Chapell, Jr  and Samantha Matson Chapell welcomed their fourth child, Henry, in June 2020. George and the Endicott men’s volleyball team qualified for the NCAA DIII Tournament in Salem, Virginia, after winning the program’s seventh conference title in the last nine seasons. George is the Head Coach for the men's volleyball team and the Assistant Director of Sports Information for Endicott. [Spring 2021]

Hayley Mackay ’08 completed a southbound thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail. She started on June 26, 2022, from Mount Katahdin in Maine and finished December 2, 2022, at Springer Mountain in Georgia. [Spring 2023]
Jacquelyn Lachance is currently building her first house in Sarasota, Fl. and is enjoying putting her design degree to good use! [Spring 2021]

Katie Ellis married Brett Egan in Mystic, Conn. on June 19, 2019. Fellow Gull Julia McQuade was her bridesmaid. Katie and Brett and expecting a son in August 2021. [Spring 2021]

Kat Sargent Read currently resides in Jersey, U.K., with her husband Dan and daughters Vivienne and Eliza. She started her small business Rocque Paper Scissors while taking care of her two girls, as she needed a creative outlet for the creativity that she missed from teaching and wanted to create something that gave back to the world (10% of the retail price from every sale goes to animal conservation). It has been up and running for almost a year, and recently the emphasis of the business is moving in a more sustainable direction by focusing on personalized paper cuts and handmade paper, all made from post-consumer paper and card in her studio. [Fall 2020]

John Bedard and Kelly Bedard welcomed their second child, Brooks Bedard, in October of 2021. [Spring 2022]

Maggie Kenney Alden got married in June 2020 and purchased a home in October 2020. She and her husband are expecting their first child in July 2021. [Spring 2021]

After a 10-year-long recovery from a hip injury, Margreta Doerfler ran the Boston Marathon this year on behalf of Boston's Children's Hospital, where her five-and-a-half-year-old son had cardiac care as an infant. [Spring 2022]

Megan Pollack Honeywell is currently living in Arlington, Va. with her husband and their fraternal twins, Mackenzie and Brennan, who will be three in June. She also has another son from a previous marriage, Caden, who is 10. She has been a preschool teacher and an elementary paraprofessional, and is currently an Independent Nail Stylist with Color Street. She plans to finish her graduate degree in elementary education in the near future. [Spring 2021]

Missy Swymer McBride and her husband Pat McBride welcomed a son, Cooper, on October 30, 2020. Along with their son Brodie, they are now a family of four. [Spring 2021]

Quinn Andersen ’08 was honored by Boutique Design magazine as one of the hospitality design industry's Boutique 18 Award winners of 2022. [Spring 2023]

Rebekka O’Melia is an architect in Massachusetts. Since 2020, she has been teaching online courses and was an adjunct professor in the interior architecture program at Endicott from 2007 to 2009. Her website is [Fall 2022]

Samantha Tyler Bellows started a new company, Seacoast Charcuterie, in April 2021. She will be teaching the art of cheese and charcuterie board building at local restaurants as well as in people's homes. Learn more at [Spring 2021]

Suzanne "Suzie" Kramer, M.Ed. 2008, is starting her own coaching and counseling business! Suzie offers coaching, counseling, music-integrated therapy, and traditional therapy for adults and children. For more information, visit [Spring 2022]

Suzanne (Suzie) Kramer M’08 started her own coaching and counseling business! Suzie offers coaching, counseling, music-integrated therapy, and traditional therapy for adults and children. For more information, visit [Fall 2022]

Suzanne (Suzie) Kramer M’08 has started her own coaching and counseling business! Suzie offers coaching, counseling, music-integrated therapy, and traditional therapy for adults and children! For more information, please visit: 

Todd Strong attended Officer Candidate School in Newport, RI to become a Naval Officer after graduation. A career Surface Warfare Officer, he was recently selected to be Commanding Officer of USS SQUALL (PC 7) in Manama, Bahrain, sailing primarily in the Arabian Gulf. He will promote to the rank of Lieutenant Commander on November 1, 2020. "Go Navy!" [Fall 2020]

Torie Rovere and her wife Maria welcomed their daughter Filomena Corinne Rovere, born on April 13, 2021. [Spring 2021]

Alana White Giddens welcomed twin girls, Delia and Fay, on April 17, 2020. She has also been promoted to Marketing and Design Specialist at R.H. White Companies. [Spring 2020]
Alena Krystofolski Jewett welcomed a baby boy, Leo Joseph, on March 6, 2020. [Spring 2020]
Brian Kelly and wife, Christine, welcomed a baby girl, Madelyn Christine Kelly, on May 24, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Catherine She Hoffer welcomed baby Micah T on April 21, 2020. She also celebrated one year of American citizenship on April 17, 2020. [Spring 2020]
Elijah Gould has recently come back to the Endicott campus as an adjunct lecturer, teaching Intro to Web Design. [Spring 2020]
Jacqueline Lachance started a new job this past spring at Cx3 Ads, an email marketing company, in Sarasota, Fla. She heads her own department as the senior compliance executive. [Fall 2019]
Kelly Dillon and John Bedard would like to announce the birth of their son, Beau Antonio, on October 20, 2019. Kelly is the owner of Kelly Dillon Photography, which is still going strong. [Spring 2020]
Marissa Nicholson Belanger welcomed a baby girl, Madeleine Reagan, on December 10, 2019. [Spring 2020]
Samantha Tyler Bellows is celebrating her fifth year of business as co-owner of Coco's Coffee LLC in East Kingston, N.H. [Spring 2020]

Danielle and Adrien Peacock ’09 bought their first home in Peabody in September 2022. They have two girls, Giavanna and Bianca. Danielle is the Director of Passos Avante Preschool in Peabody, which continues to expand, as she cares for over 140 families. Adrien is a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Wizards junior hockey team at the Edge Sports Center in Bedford and the Assistant Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coach at North Andover High School. [Fall 2023]

Alexandra Berry ’09 lives in Manila, Philippines, and is in her sixth school year working as a high school counselor at the International School Manila. When she came home to the East Coast this past summer, she got together with almost all of her former roommates from Townhouse 7 for a gorgeous evening in the North End. [Fall 2023]
Alex Judge ’09 is living in Norwalk, Conn. with his wife, Christie (Stannard) Judge ’07, and their two sons, Charlie and Oliver. The children share birthdays, as Oliver was born on April 26, 2019, while Charlie was born on the same day this year. Alex manages one of the largest collectible card companies on the East Coast, Skybox Collectibles. Alex also spends lots of time with fellow alums, Justin Negrotti ’09 and Andrew Nadeau ’09. [Fall 2023]

Alicia Lapriore worked many years of planning weddings and events in Boston and is now the Director of Events at the first country club in the U.S., The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. She is excited for her next chapter in her career and is looking forward to brushing up on her golf game! Alicia just added a new addition to the family, a mini dachshund named Vinny. Vinny loves planning parties, too! [Fall 2021]

Alyssa Rogalksi was engaged in May 2022 and married Jesse Randle on October 9, 2022. [Fall 2022]
Andrew Story married Amanda in June 2022 and closed on a new construction home located in Florida in August 2022. [Fall 2022]
Brendan Doyle was recently promoted to Inventory & Brand Manager at Craft Collective. He and his wife are expecting their second child in March 2021. [Fall 2020]
Caeli Byrne Vilandre and her husband, Chris, started a business, Bespoke Boards, earlier this year. The business is located in Winthrop, Mass., and offers gourmet, artfully crafted charcuterie boards. [Fall 2020]

Casey Pierce Burkinshaw welcomed a daughter, Hadley Marie Burkinshaw, born May 26, 2021. She joins big brother Pierce James (PJ), age two. [Fall 2021]

Chris Keohane writes, “My wife, Christine Bossalini, and I just bought our first home in Amesbury, Mass.” [Spring 2022]

Dan Dionne ’09 and his wife, Amy, welcomed their first son, Leo, in January 2022. Dan currently lives in Dallas, Texas, and has taken on the role of VP of Sales at Review Wave. He and his wife also manage a rental property in Austin, Texas, and plan on expanding their rental property business. The couple welcomed their second son in September 2022. [Fall 2023]
Darren Acomb ’09 graduated from Endicott College in Madrid and has lived and worked in Qatar, Germany, Tanzania, Indonesia, and has spent the past year in Portugal. He is the Director of Education for a school group operating across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He is married and has a 9-year-old daughter who is living on her third continent! [Fall 2023]

Erika Hanusch ’09 accepted a new position as a town-wide Literacy and Social Studies Curriculum Specialist for West Hartford (Conn.) Public Schools. [Fall 2023]

Erika Karwowski Hanusch has made a career change; she is now in an instructional coaching role for New Britain Public Schools working with grades K-5. Also, she will be graduating with a 6th Year from the University of Connecticut in Educational Leadership in May 2021. [Fall 2020]
Jeff Scola is now the area director for Lacework, a new computer software startup out of Boston, after 10 years with EMC. Jeff has also taken on the Vice President role within the Endicott College Alumni Council. He is still living in the North End with his wife of two years, Katie. [Fall 2020]
Jill DiLibero married Hans Kuebler in Vermont in July 2022; fellow Gulls Sarah White, Jenette Simisky, and Liz (Conway) Connors were bridesmaids. [Fall 2022]
Katie Leighton Gauger was promoted to Director, Consulting, Events & Experiences at Fenway Sports Management. She and her husband welcomed their first baby, Magnolia Ann Gauger, on January 14, 2020. [Fall 2020]

Kelly Dicato and Samantha Mueller attended EC’s Homecoming weekend in September 2022. [Fall 2022]

Kelly (Atherton) DiCato ’09, Amy Fennelly ’09, Samantha (Pearsall) Mueller ’09, Marie Broker ’09, Liz (Donoghue) Venezia ’09, and Leah Richards ’10 connected in North Conway, N.H. [Fall 2023]
Kristin Gemme ’09 opened Ethos Medical Asthetics & Wellness in Avon, Conn. [Spring 2024]

Leah Chan purchased a family business, the Little Gym of Medway, Mass. She is also expecting her second child, a son, due December 2021. [Fall 2021]

Liv Venezia, Kelly Dicato, Samantha Mueller, and Marie Baker planned a reunion trip together to Turks and Caicos in February 2022. [Fall 2022]

Meagan DeJesus welcomed Harrison Luis DeJesus, born on July 17, 2021. [Fall 2021]

Molly (Moss) Stokes and her husband Ryan welcomed their first child, Piper Sellew Stokes, in February 2020. [Spring 2020]

Nicholas Dipeel is expecting a baby girl, due January 2022. [Fall 2021]

Nicholas Dippel had a daughter, Zoe Katerina Dippel, and he and his wife Angela relocated to Long Island to be closer to family and start a new chapter. [Fall 2022]

For the last nine years, Andrew Story has been working in numerous roles at Comcast Cable, recently landing himself in a new promotional position which began April 20, 2020, as Senior Analyst, Business Support and Analytics. [Spring 2020]
Dottie Turcotte and Meghan Hope reunited with their children in Wilmington, N.C., at The Children's Museum. Dottie has two sons, Cole (one year old) and Brock (five years old), while Meghan's daughter, Isla, is about to turn one year old. [Fall 2019]
Sheena Hatch Vranas married her husband, Adam Vranas on April 18, 2020. Their wedding plans had to change due to COVID-19, however, they enjoyed an intimate wedding in Lenox, Mass. A celebration with friends and family is set for August 2020. [Spring 2020]

Alex James started a company called Collective Minds with a mission to improve mental health and reduce the stigma around it. The company funds non-profit mental health initiatives with the profits made from apparel sales, and also provides education and resources to those looking for affordable access to help. Alex also started a new role in an animal welfare startup as a senior business development representative. Adopets is a plug-in for existing software at animal shelters to improve the efficiency of the adoption process both in person and online. [Fall 2021]

Allison Muise and David Barry welcomed their second child, baby girl Lennox Jayne, in March. [Spring 2021]

Alysha Bigelow Stokes started a new job in the fall with 9 Miles East Farm as Director of Catering and welcomed her first child, Magnolia, in June 2020. [Spring 2021]

Alyson (Boehm) Lafferty was married in August. She and her husband Neil purchased a house in Weymouth, Mass., and live there with their puppy, Cappy. She was also promoted to communications and external relations specialist within the Strategy and Corporate Finance Practice at McKinsey & Company. [Fall 2021]

Alyson (Boehm) Lafferty ’10 and her husband, Neil, recently welcomed their first child, Shea Olivia Lafferty, in June. Alyson plans worldwide events and conferences for a consulting firm and offers local event and party planning services on the side through her small business, Events by Alyson. [Fall 2023]
Alyssa (DiBenedetto) Castleman married Jessie Castleman and together they have two boys. They both work as nurses for Mass General Brigham. [Fall 2022]
Analise (Johnian) Kunka was married to Peter on September 30 in Tarrytown, N.Y.  [Fall 2022]

April Baker started a new job as a news anchor and reporter at KSTU (Fox 13 News) in Salt Lake City, Utah. While working as a primary anchor at an ABC-affiliated station, WEAR-TV, in Pensacola, Fla., she and her team earned the Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence, which is given to a TV station that excelled in breaking news coverage. The station had covered a terrorist attack at a naval base in Pensacola, a series of wildfires, a category two hurricane, and the COVID-19 pandemic in one year. [Fall 2021]

Beatriz Zarur Valderrama ’10 left her role at the Mexican Ministry for Foreign Affairs to work as the Senior Political Analyst and Media Manager at the Australian Embassy in Mexico City, which is also accredited to Central America, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. [Fall 2023]

BJ Worth and Samantha Worth moved to Mendon, Mass., right before the pandemic hit in early 2020. Their boys are now three and one years old, and love going to the Southwick Zoo and watching the cows in the field at the farm next to their house. [Fall 2021]

Caeli (Byrne) Vilandre ’10 opened Bespoke Events, a modern event venue in Winthrop, Mass., in late 2022. She and her husband, Christopher, welcomed their first child, Ella, in June 2022 and they live happily together in Winthrop. [Fall 2023]

Drew Betts ’10 joined Endicott’s Alumni Council in January 2023. [Fall 2023]

John Emery and his wife Elyse ’07 moved with their three kids to Freeport, Maine. In addition to running their branding agency, they are now working to support local, regenerative agriculture, and John has just become an equity partner in an organic, outdoor cannabis farm on the mid-coast of Maine. [Fall 2021]

Kate Bispham ’10 lives in Portland, Maine with her partner, Lars. Her travel company, Detailed Journeys, provides travel consulting and operates small group tours with departures to both international and domestic destinations. [Fall 2023]
Kaylin (Burke) Obards ’10 got married and had a baby boy, Colton Obards. She recently changed careers and now works as the Business Development Liaison for the largest orthopedic practice on the Treasure Coast in South Florida. [Fall 2023]
Kristen (Bernard) Linsky ’10 and her husband, Max, welcomed their child, Claire, in 2021 and are looking forward to welcoming a boy in 2024. She works in Product Management at Fidelity Investments and lives in Beverly. [Fall 2023]

Lisa Crowley Chappelle and her husband Lucas welcomed their first child, Sophie, in March 2022. [Spring 2022]

Lisa Leger ’10 was named the Executive Director of the Brookline Chamber of Commerce. In her role, she will be responsible for the overall leadership of the Chamber and maintain its mission to promote and advance the continued success of Brookline as a thriving community in which to live, work, and do business. [Fall 2023]
Liza (Opatrny) Botha ’10 has taught in Prague and Beijing during the past few years. She married Lukas in 2012 and has since welcomed two daughters into the world, Andrea and Isabella. They currently live in Munich, Germany and are enjoying the beautiful landscapes and new culture. [Fall 2023]
Megan McGovern MBA '10 is founder and lead organizer of SORT by Megan, LLC, a professional organizing company on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Megan and her team take a hands-on approach to organizing with the goals of creating function, establishing order, and increasing productivity. Recently, Megan was featured on NBC10 Boston's The Hub Today to share organizing tips and tricks.
Molly (Hamel) Cormier was married on September 24. [Fall 2022]
Shannon Cronin '10 was married to Tom Burns on February 12, 2021, in Big Sur & Pebble Beach. The wedding was officiated by her brother and fellow Gull, Ryan Cronin '13. Shannon is celebrating her 10th year of being a wedding photographer and is based in Monterey, CA where her and Tom live with their two dogs. [Spring 2021]
Caeli Byrne was married in the fall to a man she met during her post-college internship with the Patriots. Her aunt Suzanne Pillsworth Becker '89, owns a florist company in New York and did all of the flowers for the wedding. Caeli took her first trip to Endicott at six months old to watch her aunt graduate! [Spring 2020]
Casey Hoole was married on October 4, 2019 at Endicott. [Fall 2019]
Courtney (Barlette) LaBounty has two children, born December 23, 2016 and June 16, 2019. She works for her parents’ general contracting company and celebrated her five-year wedding anniversary in September. [Fall 2019]
Danielle Saintard Valiente married her husband, JP, on June 1 in Wilmington, N.C., where she has lived since graduating from Endicott. She says her wedding day was perfect, with two Endicott bridesmaids and many Endicott friends by her side. Her husband was unintentionally wearing Endicott colors, along with their dog, Cruz, and his green bowtie. [Fall 2019]
Garett Seney is a Mortgage Advisor in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. He was married last year and is currently living in South Boston. [Fall 2019]
Geeta Sandberg gave birth to Fable Thomas Alexander Sandberg on November 14, 2019. [Spring 2020]
Jessica (Zoino) Flowers married David Flowers on July 14, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Kaylin Burke took a new job in May as a trauma, extremities, and recon sales representative with Stryker. During the weeks between jobs, she traveled to Florida’s west coast, the Kentucky Derby, and Colombia—Bogota and Cartagena. [Fall 2019]
Kerry Taylor MacDonald received the Eleanor Tupper Award at Endicott College on June 7, 2019 for her contributions to the alumni population and the greater Beverly community. [Fall 2019]
Kristen Bernard started a new career at Fidelity Investments in Boston as a director of digital planning experience. She married Max Linsky in September 2019. [Fall 2019]
Kristin Koska Vacca and Michael Vacca recently moved from Texas back to Kristin’s hometown in California with their 9-year-old daughter, Avianna. Michael recently got a new position as a finance attorney at Latham and Watkins, LLP, in San Francisco. [Spring 2020]
Megan McBride married Robert Hassan on June 29, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Michael DiBella, a member of the New York Army Reserves, was activated in 2020 in order to aid humanitarian relief efforts for the COVID-19 pandemic. Captain DiBella was called to service to help support the Department of Defense’s emergency response initiatives in the creation of sites, movement of supplies, and maintenance of critical staff. These teams continue to work to support key medical personnel in New York’s fight against the coronavirus by treating victims and enabling the country to speed the time to a cure. [Spring 2020]
Rob Werkowski is working for KERN as an account executive that handles the AT&T email and marketing account. He is living in Santa Monica, Calif. [Fall 2019]
Channel Marker Brewing in Beverly, Mass., was recognized by USA Today as 9th Best New Brewery for 2020 in the country. Channel Marker is co-owned by Jake Crandell and Justin Negrotti '09. [Fall 2020]

Sarah A. James joined Eckert Seamans Washington, D.C. office. Sarah is an experienced commercial litigator who represents clients in coverage disputes, complex personal injury cases, construction defect cases, contract disputes, real estate and title disputes, and EEOC matters. She regularly assists clients in complex commercial and civil litigation disputes as well as high-stakes mediations. [Spring 2022]

Jaclyn (Tydeman) Shea launched a business called Sage and Sapphire, a space for people to learn about their energy and full potential. She is the author of Align, a non-fiction metaphysical book that guides the reader in living a life that is authentic to them. Visit her at [Fall 2022]

Kirsten Smith-Sparrow writes, “On March 31, 2022, we welcomed Keith Brian Sparrow to the world at nine pounds, five ounces, and 21.5 inches. We are over the moon and so in love.” [Spring 2022]

Lauren Morrissey ’11 joined Endicott’s Alumni Council in January 2023. [Fall 2023]

Lauren Tracey D’Ambra and Michael D’Ambra recently celebrated their five-year wedding anniversary! They live in Rhode Island with their two young sons: Jameson, age 3.5, and Roman, age 2. [Fall 2022]

Leah Crisostamo had a baby girl named Maria last year. She couldn’t be happier. [Fall 2022]

Matthew Mastas writes, “I was recently promoted to Sergeant at the Lowell, Mass., Police Department. I couldn’t have done it without the love and support of my wife, Jen, and my two kids, Brady (5) and Reagan (2).” [Spring 2022]

Aaron Karkow has worked as an athletic trainer for the Charlotte Hornets since 2017. He is currently enrolled in a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) in education leadership. He married Lauren Lover in September of 2015. Daughter Brynlee was born 5/6/2019 and the couple is expecting another child in October 2021. [Spring 2021]

Alex Sutter married Justin McAbee on February 25, 2021. The couple lives in Gilbert, Arizona, and Alex started her MBA at the University of Arizona last fall. [Spring 2021]

Ashley Kealos is engaged and soon-to-be-married to Chris Azevedo on October 24, 2021! Attached is a picture from their engagement shoot that took place on Good Harbor Beach. Ashley also received a Merit Award from the 60th Annual Hatch Awards for her creative work on LogMeIn. [Spring 2021]

Candace Thomas '12 joined the Endicott College Alumni Council in July 2020. She also has served on the Endicott College Alumni GOLD Council since 2017. [Spring 2021]
Colin Sitarz ’12 M’13 and Adam Benoit ’12 established 'Z's Threes'—a virtual three-point contest to honor the memory of their late classmate and friend Zach Markowitz ’14 who loved basketball. All donations and money raised through Z's Threes will benefit Endicott’s Zach Markowitz Memorial Scholarship and support Endicott students studying sports sciences. If you are interested in supporting Zach's scholarship, please visit or contact Amanda Tsapatsaris at to learn more. [Fall 2023]
Elizabeth Rauscher '12 married Carlos O’Donnell on November 14, 2020. [Spring 2021]
Emily daSilva ’12 published her debut collection of poetry, 'the wildflowers i planted for our wedding' in February 2023. It was a wedding gift dedicated to her now husband, Derek Cote. It is available online on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. [Spring 2023]
Gabrielle Bove recently received an award from New England Home Magazine for 5 Under 40. [Spring 2021]
Katherine Hazen '12 graduated in August 2020 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Law and Psychology Program with a PhD in Psychology. In September, she started as an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Fitchburg State University. [Spring 2021]
Lindsay (Charest) McCarthy ’12 was recently promoted to Vice President of Development at Big Brother Big Sisters of Central Mass & Metrowest. Lindsay and her husband have one son and recently purchased a home in Auburn, Mass. [Fall 2023]
Maria Bostian shares: In the spring of 2020, I was chosen as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Educator of the Year. In August, my first early chapter book came out called Fraidy Brady and the First Fieldtrip. It is the first in the series. [Spring 2021]
Danielle D’Aveni Peacock and Adrien Peacock are expecting their second child in September 2020. [Spring 2020]
Francesca Cacace is engaged to Jason Lawrence. Their son, Luca, was born on September 11, 2017. They are getting married next September in Capri, Italy. She owns a clothing retail business for children in Bermuda called BLUKiDS Bermuda. She is also the director and event manager for KATKiDS, which is a charity that raises money for children in Nepal, Africa, and Bermuda. [Fall 2019]
Jeanna Barbieri started Pictures for Patients at her hospital, Lowell General, in Lowell, Mass. Jeanna got the idea to print out family photos for patients when a friend couldn't visit his father, who was seriously ill from coronavirus. [Spring 2020]
Jenna Cosgrove, who is the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Rhode Island College, was named “Coach of the Year” in the Little East Conference this year. Ironically, her team is set to play Endicott for their opening game in November 2020! [Spring 2020]
Joanna Norko got engaged to Brian McLaughlin in October 2018 and is planning a summer 2020 wedding. [Fall 2019]
Kaitlyn Walker married Tyler Purskey on July 21, 2018. They have since purchased a home together in North Haven, Conn., and Kaitlyn has been a fourth grade teacher in Manchester, Conn. for the past three years. [Fall 2019]
Katy Hasek married Mark Airoldi in May 2019. [Fall 2019]
Lauren Maiola married Trevor Maynard in June 2018 in Stafford, N.H. [Fall 2019]
Lindsay McCarthy recently joined Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & Metrowest. [Fall 2019]
Marlee Greer received her master’s degree in homeland security from Endicott and now works as an investigator for the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office. Picture provided of her, Nicole Potito, and Kim Hanley at her sister's wedding last year. [Fall 2019]
Melissa Destefano Sullivan and Sean Sullivan welcomed their second son, Conor, on January 28, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Melissa Thaler married Jesse Restivo in June 2019 in Topsfield, Mass. [Fall 2019]
Shawn Murphy enjoys life with his wife and three beautiful children. [Spring 2020]
Chelsea Garlock and John Egan got married and Jon O’Leary was their officiant. All Class of 2013 graduates! Chelsea and John welcomed a beautiful baby, Rylee Rose Egan, in January 2022.
Devon Holloway recently released multiple capsule collections with his brand, HOPE Designs. HOPE focuses on community advocacy through graphic design, and has garnered a loyal following coast to coast. [Fall 2020]
Donna Clifford '13 just published her first book, Let's Act Like Rice, available via It is a compilation of health tips to restore personal and planetary health. [Spring 2021]
Ezra Winick-Likely ’13 married Ida Winick-Likely on October 15, 2022. They live together in Somerville, Mass.
Holly Nichols, an Endicott studio art graduate, is set to publish Modern Fashion Illustration with Simon & Schuster/Centennial Media, anticipated Spring 2021. [Fall 2020]
John Egan ’13, Chelsea Garlock ’13, Keller Dinan ’14, Kristopher Frank ’17, Tyler Johnson ’18, and Jennifer Stone ’21 joined Endicott’s Alumni Council in January 2023. [Fall 2023]

Olivia Evans writes, “I am now a Certified Dementia Practitioner & Certified Montessori Dementia Care Professional providing consultation and equipping caregivers on their individual journey by providing them with the tools they need to feel supported, knowledgeable, and confident in their role.” [Spring 2022]

Ralph Fidaleo released his first single, “I Was Him & He Was Me” under his musical name, Ralph Curtis. [Fall 2020]
Jay Hanley sees untapped potential in the Bristol Community College women’s basketball program. Hanley, the Bayhawks’ former men’s assistant, was hired as the head women’s coach at the school. He has spent the last six years working as a physical education teacher in the Boston Public Schools. [Fall 2019]
Ari Cohn finished her master’s in social work and graduated from the University of Denver this past June. [Fall 2020]
Becky Lerhman married her fiance, John, in a beautiful and intimate ceremony in Maine. [Fall 2020]
Catherine Keywan, an interior designer at Bergmeyer in Boston, was named one of VMSD’s 2020 Designer Dozen. This list recognizes retail industry’s rising stars 35 years old and younger. [Fall 2020]
Colby Dobrusin is expecting a baby with his wife, Bridget. [Fall 2020]

Colby Dobrusin writes, “I obtained my Certified Financial Planner™ certification in December 2021, joining the less than 6% of all CFP® professionals under the age of 30.” [Spring 2022]

Mike Herman bought a house in Pittsfield, Mass., this summer. [Fall 2020]
Sendy Vaughn Suazo M'16 D'20 recently participated in a conference that covered social and racial terrorism against the Garifuna people. She provided a historical and educational perspective on the intersection between the U.S. and Honduras, specifically regarding southern black people in the U.S. who migrated to Central America, seeking freedom from restrictive Jim Crow laws between 1877–1964. Sendy has conducted extensive research on the topic and it will be the focus of her dissertation. [Fall 2020]

Shelbee MacCracken writes, “After many years as a paraprofessional, I am officially a special education teacher!” [Spring 2022]

Tory Pilbin started a new job as the Assistant Director of Donor Relations with The UConn Foundation for the University of Connecticut this past April. [Spring 2021]

Trish Kearney got engaged down on the Cape this past September and has since relocated to Pennsylvania. [Fall 2020]
Amanda Lerner married Eric Trant this past summer. The pair honeymooned in Greece following the wedding. [Fall 2019]
Chrissy Gerrish married Jake Heger in South Carolina over the Fourth of July Weekend surrounded by family and many Endicott friends. [Fall 2019]
Alex Dodds won The Knot Best of Weddings 2020 and WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award 2020 for his wedding videography business, Something Blue Creative. He also became a father to a golden retriever puppy. [Fall 2020]
Alex Dodds recently won the The Knot Best of Weddings 2021 and Wedding Wire Couples Choice Awards 2021. [Spring 2021]

Tim and Brieanne Pouch welcomed their first child in October 2021! Margaux already can’t wait to be a Gull! [Spring 2022]

Cameron Sprague married Brandyn Peters on October 11, 2019 in Saratoga Springs, New York. They also recently purchased their first home in Connecticut. [Fall 2020]

Cori Therien married her fiancé, Sam, in a backyard wedding. [Fall 2020]
Courtney Carlson is an interior designer at Wayfair and was recently promoted to the Design Team Lead for Office. [Fall 2020]
Courtney Carlson '15 and Drew Sawyer '17 M'19 got engaged on October 17, 2020. They were surrounded by gulls at Lynch Park and celebrated at Hale Street Tavern where they had their first date. They both participated in athletics while at Endicott. Courtney was on the dance team 2011–13 and Drew was on the Men’s Basketball Team 2013–17. They now live in Woburn, Mass. and are getting married in August of 2022. [Spring 2021]
Courtney Carlson got engaged to Drew Sawyer '17 MBA'19. Courtney was on the dance team, Drew was on the basketball team. They are getting married on August 20, 2022 in Bethel, Maine [Spring 2021]
Donna Clifford recently wrote and published a book titled Let's Act Like Rice. Over the past four decades, personal health has been her lifetime work to help end the suffering of everyday people. [Spring 2021]

Donna Clifford writes, “Assessment of Prior Learning class gave me the skills and confidence to write my very own book, Let's Act Like Rice: Creating Health and Happiness Through Food and Everyday Life. Through the pages, I share 40 years of clinical nursing and plant-based living. Visit to learn more.” [Spring 2022]

Donna Clifford credits Endicott with giving her the confidence to pen a plant-based cookbook called Let’s Act Like Rice. She is very proud. [Fall 2022]
Erin Brown is engaged to John Ward and will be getting married in Bristol, RI on October 9th. [Spring 2021]
Giana Solitro married Blaise Kearns ’15 on March 19, 2022, in Providence, R.I. [Fall 2022]
Kaitlyn Burdick and her boyfriend, Adam, bought a house in Saco, Maine over the summer. [Fall 2020]
Katie Donnelly M’16 released new, original music under the name Kate the Dreamer. She also hosted a virtual concert for Endicott alumni and performed some of her favorite original pieces acoustically. [Fall 2020]
Kelsey Perez married Donnie Knight on Block Island, R.I., on October 8, 2022. After graduating, she enrolled at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science for a degree in nursing. She now works as a nurse in Boston. [Fall 2022]
Lucas Restivo '15 says: "Hello! It might not be much, but given the past year, I'm celebrating whatever I can. I overcame a fear! I ate my first egg salad sandwich this year." [Spring 2021]
Matthew Tehan is marrying Shannon McDonald on July 9, 2021. [Spring 2021]

Moises Inestroza writes, “I am finishing up CRNA school! After three long years, I’m finally done! Looking forward to starting my new job in the fall.” [Spring 2022]

Natalie King is a Senior Associate for OneAmerica and recently married. [Fall 2022]
Pamela (Woods) Krisanits married Bradley in February 2022. The pair met in graduate school at the Medical University of South Carolina and recently moved to New Jersey. She works as a scientist in the Pharmacology and Drug Discovery Department at Visikol Inc. [Fall 2022]

Paul Nichols is currently in his fifth year teaching K-5 special education for the Waltham Public School district. Paul also became engaged to his fiancée Jacqueline Tresca in February of 2021. Paul and Jacqueline will marry at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, N.H., in July 2023. [Fall 2022]

Yolanda Molina was promoted to the role of supervisor in the licensing department of a healthcare staffing agency. [Fall 2022]
Alex Dodds won a few awards for his videography—The Knot Best of Weddings 2019 and WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award 2019. [Fall 2019]
Allison Lessard worked as an EMT for the past five years alongside full-time work as a case manager for the past year in mental health and elder services. She was accepted into the University of Massachusetts Amherst for the accelerated nursing program. She now rows with Boston Gay Rowers out of Community Rowing in Boston. The group went to Paris last fall and brought home silver and bronze medals. [Fall 2019]
Amy Bergeron is the 2019 American Heart Association Go Red for Women spokeswoman. [Fall 2019]
Anthony Fallon is the new Canton High School Football Coach. Fallon, a 1988 Canton grad, served as the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator last season as Canton (10-1) advanced to the Division 5 South final for the second straight season. Anthony played on the 1987 team that advanced to an EMass Super Bowl despite playing every game on the road as Memorial Field was being renovated. He continued his football career at what was then known as Bridgewater State College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education. He added a master’s degree in education from Endicott and has been a teacher for the past 24 years. [Spring 2020]
Anthony Fulmine is teaching at Pembroke High School and graduated with a master’s degree from Endicott in May 2019. [Fall 2019]
Bentley Miller got engaged to Mike Droy, and they live together in Vermont. They are planning a destination wedding for 2021. She works at Office Environments as the client services rep and sales coordinator. [Fall 2019]
Brieanne Schneider married Tim Pouch on September 7, 2019. They are also currently buying a house and raising their adorable German shepherd puppy. [Fall 2019]
Caroline DeBruyckere started her own business, Mustard and Fig, and was featured on her first wedding blog. She started a new position and runs a wedding venue called The Greenhouse at Bittersweet. [Fall 2019]
Donna Clifford has an extensive background in holistic healing and works as an endoscopy nurse at Salem Hospital. She has taken her work in macrobiotics and energy medicine to a social media platform, founding [Fall 2019]
Ghaith Hamza completed a biotechnology master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University, works as a scientist for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, and is enrolled in an industrial Ph.D. in biochemistry through the University of New Hampshire. [Fall 2019]
Hannah Kuhn is engaged to Oliver James Johnson. She also recently had her first film debut in the Film Score Fest in Minnesota. [Fall 2019]
Jessica Fusco married Don Stalling on April 27, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Kelsi Brown recently received her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and has entered her fifth year teaching children with autism and other developmental disabilities. She is certified in both Massachusetts and New York. [Fall 2019]
Lauren Melkus launched her own company, The Denim Blonde, which is a clothing line of custom apparel. [Fall 2019]
Lorena Sifontes works at Urraca Private Island in Bocas del Toro, Panama, which is both an eco-lodge and a primate sanctuary for rescued monkeys. They recently started a mangrove reforestation program on the island and plan to expand it to neighboring indigenous communities. [Fall 2019]
Mackenzie Hurst lives in Portsmouth, N.H., with her fiancé, Scott. They are thrilled to announce that they are getting married in September 2020. She is also running her own personal training business, Elevate Fitness. [Fall 2019]
Pamela Woods earned her master’s degree in biomedical sciences from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). She is working as a research specialist at MUSC. [Fall 2019]
Patrick Cullen has worked for the Beverly Fire Department since this past December and graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy on August 9, 2019. [Fall 2019]
Paul Nichols earned his master's degree in special education: moderate disabilities from Lesley University. He started his second year teaching for the Waltham Public School District as a kindergarten special education teacher. He absolutely loves his dream job in a dream school district. [Fall 2019]
Sean Hennigan completed a research fellowship at the National Cancer Institute in the Washington, D.C., area. During that time, he designed a blood assay to detect cancer in its early stages with the potential to give insight into real-time response to treatment—the assay's design will soon be published. In the fall of 2018, he did a charity ride across Australia, from Perth to Sydney, raising funds for the nonprofit, RIP Medical Debt. In March, he joined Howard Hughes Medical Institute, where he works on developing molecular tools. [Fall 2019]
Thomas DeSimone married his wife, Stephanie, and started a new job as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Wyoming. [Fall 2019]
Aine Cole has been working on growing her art business this year both online and at the artist cottages on Cape Cod. She transitioned from part time to full time and is now moving through the world quite happily as a “real artist.” Although she never intended to make her passion her career, the pandemic turned the world upside down as it did for most of us, and she found herself not wanting to waste time doing things she didn’t love as much as painting. With luck, gratitude, and a killer support system, she’s doing it! [Spring 2021]

Ayla Graney moved back to Ireland in 2019 to earn a Master’s in Visual Communication from TU Dublin. After graduating next month, she will stay in Ireland to live with her partner and to continue working as a freelance designer and photographer. [Fall 2020]

Brandy Lambert writes, “Never thought I would be able to receive my bachelor's but I did it after all my struggles. I'm a lead teacher at Bright Horizons, leading and teaching others what I know.” [Spring 2022]

Ciara Johnson started a new job as Head of Academics at United World College, Changshu, China. [Spring 2022]

After graduation, Conor Hopewell was commissioned in the U.S. Navy with an aviation contract. He was then sent to Pensacola, Fla. for API, then reported to his first squadron VT-27 at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas for Primary Flight training in the T-6 Texan II. Upon finishing the training syllabus there, he was selected to go to Advanced Rotary Training with HT-18 in Milton, Fla. Conor recently earned his Naval Aviator wings of gold. [Fall 2020]
Haley Domina ’16 married Richard Brandos on December 31, 2022, at The Villa in East Bridgewater, Mass. Chelsea Goodale '16 and Alexis Demeis '16 were bridesmaids and Kimberly Knowles '16 officiated the wedding. [Spring 2023]
Heyley Leonbruno recently accepted a new job at Conference Technology Enhancements as a Meeting Planner. [Fall 2020]
Heyley Leonbruno and Kyle Michaud recently made the move to Salem, Mass. They recently got a new puppy, Russell, who they absolutely love! [Spring 2021]

Jillian Bemis recently received an MFA in photography and is in her first semester teaching undergraduate students at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, R.I. [Fall 2022]

Jorge Bernal recently started a new job at Edelman in Mexico City as an Account Executive. [Fall 2020]
Kevin Perin is running to be a county committee member of his district for the Jersey City Democratic Committee, where he would be the eyes and ears of his district. His team would function as the liaison between neighbors and the city's committee, helping solve day-to-day problems and other issues that may come up in the neighborhood. [Spring 2021]

Lexi Godlewski hosted a virtual alumni event called Entrepreneurship and the Art of Storytelling. Lexi works as a life coach and hosts a podcast called Building My Empire. [Fall 2020]
Melody Curran and Tomas Rivero Y Hornos got engaged in Rockport, Mass. on March 14th! They are looking forward to getting married in May 2022 in Marblehead, Mass., where they live with their fluffy black cat Spooky.  [Spring 2021]
This past year Sarah McDonald’s career as a travel nurse put her on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic. She moved from San Francisco to Charleston to Washington D.C., and in each place has seen the amazing ways nurses have stepped up to take care of their patients. [Spring 2021]

Stacy Castelli recently began a new role as an analyst for the Hotel Asset Management Team within The RMR Group. Though she loved working with Marriott International for the last five years or so, she is extremely grateful to have had this opportunity arise and help her grow her career. She never once thought she would leave Marriott, but has learned that some pretty amazing things can happen if you keep an open mind and take the chances in life that encourage you to get out of your comfort zone! [Spring 2021]
Stacy Tomlinson ’16 and Connor Adams ’16 got married in Vermont on July 1, 2023, with many fellow Endicott alumni by their side. [Spring 2024]

Will Bryant just got married and had a small wedding in Pennsylvania. [Fall 2022]

Samantha Garrity has been the office coordinator and a professional tutor at the Center for Writing at the College of the Holy Cross since October 2018. [Fall 2019]
Sarah Galison graduated from Boston College with her master’s degree in social work and her husband, Patrick McDonagh, graduated from the Van Loan School with his Master of Business Administration. Two weeks later, they (and their daughter, Saffy) welcomed their new baby, Soren Blue, on June 3. [Fall 2019]

Alura Ollio and her husband, Richard ’20, are expecting a baby boy this September! [Spring 2022]

Alura Ollio ’17, ’18 and Richard Ollio ’20 welcomed their son, Oliver, into the world on September 10, 2022.

Anna Linnehan writes, “I’m getting ready to receive double Gull status! Graduating May 2022 with my Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis!” [Spring 2022]

Christina Chow recently made a career switch and moved from the teaching world to the corporate world. After teaching fourth grade for the past four years, she was looking for a change. She currently is a Senior Learning Operations Specialist at Lowe's Corporate Office Headquarters in North Carolina. [Fall 2022]

Kristopher Frank recently started a new role as an Investment Management Specialist at Merrill Private Wealth after spending a handful of years as an Associate Strategy Specialist within Eaton Vance's Wealth Strategies Group. Kris and Alicia Roberge '18 look forward to their first summer in their new home on the South Shore with their golden retriever, Gully. [Spring 2022]

Rachel Johnson and Hunter Slade ’15 M’16 met at Endicott during Rachel’s freshman year in 2013, and recently got engaged. They look forward to revisiting Endicott as they tie the knot on June 19, 2021 at Misselwood. [Fall 2020]

Zac Songer writes, “Recently, I was promoted to the role Director of Admissions of the undergraduate division at Fisher College in Boston. My experience at Endicott, especially the internship program, set me up to succeed in a highly driven position.” [Spring 2022]

Alura Carbrey will be marrying Richard Ollio, who is currently working toward his master’s degree through Van Loan, in June 2020. [Fall 2019]
Christina Chow is a fourth grade teacher in Connecticut. Toward the end of her first year teaching, she received the district award for Rookie of the Year. She says: “When the Board of Education asked me where I attended college, I proudly told them I went to Endicott.” [Fall 2019]
Bianca Robinson M’18 was the Fire Starter Storyteller at the Amplify Latinx Conference that took place in July. The conference and Bianca’s speech were focused on heightening awareness of the LGBTQ+ and Latinx communities. [Fall 2020]
Colin Flynn ’18 and Colleen (Martin) Flynn ’18 M’19 were married in Topsfield, Mass. on October 8, 2022. They celebrated their big day surrounded by their favorite Endicott Gulls, including groomsmen, Joshua Weinmann ’18, M’19, and Rian White ’18.
Ellie Gamache started her own business, Ellis Development Consultants, this past summer. She assists small businesses with various aspects of their business such as sponsorship, sales, and social media. [Fall 2020]
Jacob Roy has been sworn in as a Saugus Police Officer. Roy served in the U.S. Navy from 2011–15. [Fall 2020]

Juliana Nekitopoulos writes, “I became a night clinical nurse educator at Baystate Medical Center in 2021 for the entire hospital's night shift staff.” [Spring 2022]

Leah Enos ’18 earned a Master's degree in Occupational Therapy. [Spring 2023]

Michelle (Palmer) Nichols and Isaac Nichols were married in their hometown of Sturbridge, Mass., on July 16, 2022. Celebrating Michelle’s bridal party are her best friends from Endicott: Felicia Bouchard ’19, Jordan Zak ’19, Felicia Barker ’18, M’19, and Tim Conway ’18. [Fall 2022]

Natalia dePierola writes, “Getting my master’s in international education at the Van Loan School in Prague and Bangkok was one of the best decisions of my life. I am really grateful for the learnings, friendships, and wonderful times. As a Reading Specialist in an international school overseas, I am truly living my dream.” [Spring 2022]

Rasheed Adigun is now working as a Sales Associate and Events Coordinator at the Watches of Switzerland’s boutique in the Encore Boston Harbor. He participates in in-store events for clients and Encore visitors. [Fall 2020]
Ross Olsson is entering his second full season with the Worcester Railers Hockey Club (ECHL affiliate of the New York Islanders), and re-signed as a forward for the 2020–21 season. [Fall 2020]

Adam Moore writes, “I recently accepted a job with Titleist and the Acushnet Company. I’ve been working towards gaining enough experience over the last two and a half years to finally get this opportunity, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds here!” [Spring 2022]

Andrew Cross ’19 has worked through the ranks in corporate America and was promoted twice in the same year, 2022. Andrew is now an AVP, Regional Consultant for State Street Global Advisors (SPDR), the third largest ETF provider in the world, pioneering the ETF space back in 1993 when launching SPY. Andrew is now responsible for generating revenue, covering the southeast region of the United States.

Molly Blaauboer started an event and wedding planning business (Graceful Occasions & Events) and has planned over 30 weddings since! [Fall 2022]

Joude Sahloul joined SV Design as architectural designer in its North Shore office’s residential department. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Endicott; her knowledge in lighting design and technical details comes from her background in residential and commercial design. Joude is a native of the North Shore, fluent in Arabic, and an avid traveler. She finds design inspiration from her travel destinations and her Middle Eastern background. When she’s not drafting, Joude likes to spend time with her family and friends. [Spring 2020]
Madison Odryna was hired by Curriculum Associates as an events & communications coordinator. [Fall 2019]
Sinead Carthy was offered a full-time position at Virtual, Inc., where she interned. She was hired as a marketing and public relations coordinator. [Fall 2019]
Hayes Mott '20 wrote a children's book! All That We Can Do! is a book of affirmation for children attending school in masks. [Spring 2021]

Hayley Disko joined the wedü digital team as a digital content specialist. Previously, she gained experience as a wedü intern and in public relations and marketing at Virtual Inc., a business management consulting firm. [Fall 2021]

Kaitlin (Chester) Nowicki and Jeff Nowicki welcomed their third baby girl in September. Jeff started a new job with a seed stage Silicone Valley startup, Treasury Prime, which is a banking-as-a-service technology company that connects traditional banks with the fintech community. [Fall 2021]

Kristen (Bernard) Linsky and her husband, Max, welcomed baby girl Claire Evelyn Linksy on June 19. [Fall 2021]

Meaghan DelGenio continued her education at Emerson College, and enrolled in a dual master’s program. This past year, Meaghan returned to the Nest to take on the position of Box Office Manager in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on campus. Meaghan is graduating her master’s program this May with a Master of Arts in Theatre Education & Applied Theatre, as well as a Master of Fine Arts. [Spring 2022]

Michael Jenkins writes, “Persevere.” - Honorable Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson [Spring 2022]

Rob Ackerman is currently working on his master’s degree in moderate disabilities for professional licensure. He is also working at Callahan's Karate in Bedford, Mass., teaching martial arts while occasionally seeking photography opportunities to capture nature’s beauty. [Fall 2020]

Shane Sinopoli lives in Dalton, Mass., and recently joined The Bulfinch Group as a financial representative. His marketing and finance degrees and participation in the Investment Club at Endicott sparked his deep interest in finance. [Fall 2021]

Tacy Cresson has joined the office of Senator Chris Coons D-Delaware as a digital media manager. [Fall 2020]
Valeria Laitinen M’20 is excited to share that she has launched a resume/cover letter consulting business called Better See V (, and she is available to work with jobseekers worldwide. As an international school administrator at ACS Athens, Valeria reviewed so many resumes from job candidates. She found that many were not presenting the strongest picture of skills and experience, and saw a compelling need to provide this service to anyone looking for a boost with their job search. Valeria offers a free, 30-minute consultation as well as a discount to anyone with less than five years experience. Some of her clients have been Endicott alumni, and she loves working with current and alumni Gulls!
Andrew Soristo M’21 completed the graduate Homeland Security Studies program at Endicott. Andrew retired on July 1, 2022, as a Chief Warrant Office, after a 20-year, active duty career in the U.S. Coast Guard. He started a new job with the State of New Hampshire as the Response Chief for DHHS. He and his wife built a new home in New Hampshire, and welcomed their third child this past March!

Becca Blodgett just finished a master's degree in healthcare interior design from the New York School of Interior Design, and now works full-time as a Healthcare Planner at Gensler! [Fall 2022]

Fletcher (Ben) Coleman IV is an Investor Services Associate in the Client Solution Center at Putnam Investments in Andover, Mass., and works part-time on the weekends at Whole Foods Market in Beverly, Mass.! [Fall 2022]

Hannah Haslam writes, “I currently work with the digital marketing company C-4 Analytics out of Wakefield, Mass. There has been so much to learn but I have recently acquired my fourth client! It’s been tough, but I know Endicott has prepared me for anything I come across.” [Spring 2022]

Kimberly Kiesling ’21 graduated with her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and recently passed her licensing exam. Kimberly is starting her career as an outpatient trauma therapist. [Spring 2023]

Nicole Cella writes, “I recently started with Wayfair Professional as an intern and I am absolutely loving it! I am graduating with my master’s in interior architecture from Endicott in May.” [Spring 2022]

Will Tortorella completed the United States Air Force’s grueling Special Warfare Assessment and Selection and was selected for the job of Pararescue. He has since started the two-year-long pipeline (which includes combat dive, military freefall, and advanced paramedic training); upon completion, he will conduct civilian and combat search and rescue missions, in addition to attaching to special operations units as a lead medic. [Fall 2022]

Daniel Rinkert ’21 M’22 is working full-time at Waltham Athletic Club as the Tennis Coordinator and Club Administrator.

Marissa Marks started a new role at Fidelity Investments in a pilot Investment Services Rotational Program in Trading Operations. [Fall 2022]

After graduating with a bachelor’s and master’s from the Interior Design/Architecture Program, Nicole Cella continued working with her internship at Wayfair Professional. She designed a rendering for their luxury brand, Perigold, which will be featured on their website soon! [Fall 2022]


Aliki Apostal ’08 married Scott Royse on October 15, 2023, at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Concord, N.H. A reception will follow at LaBelle Winery in Derry, N.H. [Fall 2023]


Julia McQuade ’08 recently finished her M.A. in Teaching, Physical Education at Salem State and accepted a job as PE/Health teacher at her current school through Boston Public Schools. In the meantime, she’s been traveling, reconnecting with friends, at the gym, and is looking forward to the next journey ahead of her. [Fall 2023]

Gulls were in support of Jenna Cosgrove ’09 at an NCAA Tournament game this past winter. Cosgrove is the head coach of the Rhode Island College women’s basketball team and led the Anchormen to the 2023 Division III Final Four for the first time in program history. Jenna was a finalist for the Division III National Coach of the Year award. [Fall 2023]
Katie (Leighton) Gauger ’09 was promoted to Senior Director of Events at Fenway Sports Management, where she has worked for the past 12 years. Katie and her husband moved to a new home in Rowley. They welcomed their second baby girl, Annabel Mae, in April and big sister, Magnolia, is loving her new role. [Fall 2023]
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