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Ginger Warwick Judge returned to campus for the ribbon cutting ceremony for the addition to the Ginger Judge Science Center on May 1, 2019.
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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.
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.
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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.
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Amy Bahr Lucker still lives in Honduras. She extends an invitation to anyone who comes down to please give her a call.
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.
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.
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The Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th Reunion June 7–9, 2019. Many classmates returned for a weekend of reminiscing thanks to the help of the committee members: Paula Chandoha, Melissa Hempstead, Barbara Burgess-Maier, and Dorthea Chiungos Xanthakis.
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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.
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Heidi Bahr Fleming hosted a small alumni luncheon at her home in Wolfeboro, N.H., this past August.
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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.
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.
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Alisa de Gaspe Beaubien received Endicott’s Outstanding Alumni Award on Friday, June 7 as she celebrated her 25th Reunion.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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. 
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.
Ashley (Wills) Cadrin and her husband, Jeremy, welcomed their son, Thomas James Cadrin, on December 9, 2018 at Beth Israel Deaconess in Plymouth, Mass.
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.
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.
Lisa (Fazzino) Emanuele and her husband, Claudio, announced the birth of their daughter, Eliana Marie, on June 8, 2019.
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.
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Brian Kelly and wife, Christine, welcomed a baby girl, Madelyn Christine Kelly, on May 24, 2019.
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.
Casey Pierce Burkinshaw and her husband welcomed their first child, Pierce James (PJ) Burkinshaw, on March 17, 2019.
Dottie Turcotte and Meghan Hope reunited with their children in Wilmington, N.C., at The Children's Museum. Dottie has two sons, Cole (1 year old) and Brock (5 years old), while Meghan's daughter, Isla, is about to turn 1 year old.
Casey Hoole was married on October 4, 2019 at Endicott.
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.
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.
Garett Seney is a Mortgage Advisor in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. He was married last year and is currently living in South Boston.
Jessica (Zoino) Flowers married David Flowers on July 14, 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.
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.
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.
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.
Megan McBride ’10 married Robert Hassan on June 29, 2019.
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.
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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.
Joanna Norko got engaged to Brian McLaughlin in October 2018 and is planning a summer 2020 wedding.
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.
Katy Hasek married Mark Airoldi in May 2019.
Lauren Maiola married Trevor Maynard in June 2018 in Stafford, N.H.
Lindsay McCarthy recently joined Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & Metrowest.
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.
Melissa Destefano Sullivan and Sean Sullivan welcomed their second son, Conor, on January 28, 2019.
Melissa Thaler married Jesse Restivo in June 2019 in Topsfield, Mass.
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.
Amanda Lerner married Eric Trant this past summer. The pair honeymooned in Greece following the wedding.
Chrissy Gerrish married Jake Heger in South Carolina over the Fourth of July Weekend surrounded by family and many Endicott friends.
Alex Dodds won a few awards for his videography—The Knot Best of Weddings 2019 and WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award 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.
Amy Bergeron is the 2019 American Heart Association Go Red for Women spokeswoman.
Anthony Fulmine is teaching at Pembroke High School and graduated with a master’s degree from Endicott in May 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.
Brieanne Schneider married Tim Pouch on September 7, 2019. They are also currently buying a house and raising their adorable German shepherd puppy.
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.
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
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.
Hannah Kuhn is engaged to Oliver James Johnson. She also recently had her first film debut in the Film Score Fest in Minnesota.
Jessica Fusco married Don Stalling on April 27, 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.
Lauren Melkus launched her own company, The Denim Blonde, which is a clothing line of custom apparel.
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.
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.
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.
Patrick Cullen has worked for the Beverly Fire Department since this past December and graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy on August 9, 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.
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.
Thomas DeSimone married his wife, Stephanie, and started a new job as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Wyoming.
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.
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.
Alura Carbrey will be marrying Richard Ollio, who is currently working toward his master’s degree through Van Loan, in June 2020.
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.”
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Kelsey O’Keefe was hired as an event sales manager at Beauport Princess Cruiselines.
Madison Odryna was hired by Curriculum Associates as an events & communications coordinator.
Sinead Carthy was offered a full-time position at Virtual, Inc., where she interned. She was hired as a marketing and public relations coordinator.
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