Class News

These notes reflect information received through the first week of March.

1930s

Warner O. Chapman '39 moved to Virginia Beach recently after 50 years in Indiana. He taught political science for 41 years at Indiana University and was the founding director of IU's Honors Program, which he headed for 25 years.

1950s

Walter R. Stephenson '50 has joined MSA, P.C. as manager of the firm's Eastville, Va., office. He has been a registered land surveyor with the state of Virginia since 1963.

1960s

Suzanne Green Carvajal '61 and her husband are retired and living in Virginia Beach after 33 years in New York. She is a volunteer clown for RSVP and enjoys golfing.

John Ashworth '64 retired last fall after 34 years with Sandia National Labs, where he was a technical surveillance countermeasures program manager. "This is a program to counter technical threats against the labs that try to obtain sensitive, priority or classified information." John is a consultant to various agencies, but is "trying to keep that to a minimum." He enjoys golfing and hot air ballooning (he's a pilot). John lives in a solar home in the mountains near Albuquerque, N.M., with his wife, Brenda, and youngest daughter, Nikki.

Linda Samuels '64 (M.S. '87) has a new position with Sentara Medical Group as laboratory manager at the Wainwright Laboratory.

Darryl Toler '64 has retired after 30 years of government service as a special agent of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and is now is an assistant professor of criminal justice at Coastal Georgia Community College in Brunswick. Joyce Williams Toler '67 is a supervisory computer specialist at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, also in Brunswick.

Barbara W. Heavers '66 is science chair at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I. She was the R.I. Presidential Teacher Award recipient for 1997 and received honorable mention for the Radio Shack Tandy Teaching Award. Barbara also serves on the Biology SAT II Committee for the College Board. Her daughter, Kate, graduated from Princeton University in 1996 and sons Nate and Ian will graduate from Princeton in 2000 and 2001, respectively.

Randolph J. Tompkins '67 has retired after 35 years of civilian and military service with the Army. He recently received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award. Randy planned to celebrate his retirement in mid-March of this year by hiking the Appalachian Trail. He lives in Alexandria, Va. randy_tompkins@yahoo.com

Carol Nielsen '68 of Colorado Springs, Colo., traveled to England last summer with her husband, Arthur, and two sons to visit places where Arthur was stationed with the RAF 20 years ago.

Albert S. Armentrout '69 is superintendent of schools for Wythe County, Va.

James A. Bradshaw '69, M.D., and his wife, Julie, announce the birth of a daughter, Evelyn Elizabeth, on Nov. 4, 1999. James is an associate professor of radiology and pediatrics at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Jacksonville.

Jim Noeldner '69 of Poulsbo, Wash., writes that he offers to be a charter member of an Old Dominion alumni chapter at Olympic College in Bremerton, Wash., where the university currently teaches classes via TELETECHNET.

1970s

Stephen E. Bilenky '71 writes that although he owns two small traditional brick and mortar businesses, he recently got involved in a "click and mortar business," network marketing.

Candice Womack Dettloff '71 (M.S.Ed. '82) of Virginia Beach was awarded the Paul S. Mills Scholarship from the Society of Financial Services Professions. She also graduated from the American College and received the CLU designation.

Sherry Gilson '71 (M.P.A. '84) retired on March 1 from the federal government after 31 years. For the past seven years she served as personnel director for the Maritime Administration. Sherry and her husband live in Arlington, Va.

Parke '72 and Tina Congleton '73 moved from Birmingham, Ala., to Franklin, Tenn., in 1998. After more than 27 years with AT&T, Parke retired in October 1999 to accept a position with META Group Consulting , an IT analysis, research, publication and consulting company. He is a director of the value sourcing solutions group, specializing in telecommunications and contract negotiations consulting. Tina volunteers teaching English as a second language. Parke is a volunteer for the Tennessee chapter of the National MS Society. Their oldest daughter, Paige, works in Birmingham at A.G. Edwards, and son, Bryan, expects to graduate from Auburn University next year.

Philip C. Kendall '72, a 16-year clinical psychologist at Temple University, has been named a Laura Carnell Professor of Psychology. The professorships are designated for faculty who have distinguished themselves in research, scholarship, the creative arts and teaching. Philip will receive an annual research grant of $10,000 and additional academic support from the university. An internationally recognized expert on clinical child psychology and clinical psychological research, he heads the university's clinical psychology division and directs the Temple-based Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic.

Ann Marie "Mimi" King '72 and Richard Seaton '74 recently celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary. Mimi is New Jersey Senior Deputy Attorney General and Rich is executive director for Assisted Living Residences in Manhattan and New Jersey for Castle Senior Living. They live in Asbury Park, N.J.; 732-493-6360.

Patrick McNeela '72, vice president of private equity at General Electric Investment Corp., has joined the board of directors of ScreamingMedia, which bills itself as the premier content network on the Internet, aggregating content from a wide array of traditional and new media providers and delivering it to nearly 300 Web sites daily. Patrick lives in Westport, Conn.

Elizabeth K. Andrews '73 (M.S.Ed. '76) has retired after 25 years of teaching in Portsmouth City Public Schools and moved to the Richmond, Va., area to be near her daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren.

Richard H. Owens (M.A. '73), president of Heidelberg College in Tiffin, Ohio, had an article, "Battle of Pea Ridge: Deciding the Fate of Missouri," published in the January edition of the national magazine America's Civil War. He also teaches history and is writing a book about the Battle of Gettysburg.

Jim Picard '73, president of Premier Mortgage and past president of the Alaska Mortgage Bankers Association, was presented the 1999 Burton C. Wood Legislative Service Award by the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. The award recognizes his efforts in getting FHA loan limits increased nationwide. Jim has lived in Anchorage, Alaska, with his wife and two children since 1975.

William Lego '74 teaches math and science to sixth- and seventh-graders at Keith Country Day School in Rockford, Ill.

Mark H. Thiemens (M.S. '74) is now dean of physical sciences at the University of California, San Diego. He won the 1999 E.O. Lawrence Medal from the Department of Energy, the federal government's highest prize in science, and is a two-time winner of the Alexander vonHumboldt Prize from Germany. He wrote in February that he planned to be back at Old Dominion in April to give a seminar.

Bill Horan '75 is still with the financial firm of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter after 17 years as a vice president. He lives in Richmond, Va., with his wife, Amy, and two boys, Sean and Cole. Bill writes that he still sees M. David Hunt '75 and occasionally sees old soccer teammates around the Richmond area. horan@erols.com

Daniel Rice '75 is a special agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service in Norfolk, assigned to the Cold Case Squad. He was named 1998 Homicide Investigator of the Year by the Virginia Homicide Investigators Association.

Tom Seddon '75 is a broker with William E. Wood Realtors and recently started his 21st year in Hampton Roads.

Leo Donohue III '76 writes, "If anyone knows of a job, especially in writing or public relations - or has ideas about starting a bookstore - let me know." Leo lives in Virginia Beach; 481-0631.

Joseph Heath (M.S.Ed. '76) produces a Christian monthly publication, Agape Love Messenger, that is distributed to more than 400 locations in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. He is the author of three workbooks and an instructional manual titled "The How & Why of Phonics," which emphasizes "love of God, love of country, love of family ... in most all of the lessons." The set can by ordered for $16 by sending a check or money order to: ALM Publications, P.O. Box 4310, Fayetteville, Ark.

Louis G. Morris '76 was named president and chief executive officer of Old Point Financial Corp., a Hampton, Va.-based bank holding company, effective Jan. 1. He joined the bank in 1992.

Francis C. Pogue '76 of Virginia Beach wrote in December, "Two of my banana plants produced fruit this year."

Linda Green Bradley '77 writes, "Due to family and medical needs, my family has relocated again. We are all adjusting. Jonathan is a seventh-grader and Rachel is a fourth-grader. Bobby maintains physical mobility and spirit, though suffering from MS. We are still blessed." They live in Fayetteville, N.C.

Susan Seaver Caswell '77 practices dental hygiene one day a week in Anderson, S.C. She has two children in college. Susan's new address is 126 Parkside Drive, Anderson, S.C. 29621.

Mary G. Commander '77 has opened a new law office at 125 St. Paul's Blvd., Norfolk, emphasizing family law, workers' compensation, Social Security disability and general and family arbitration and mediation.

Phil Duffy '77 is pursuing a career as a professional actor. He has appeared on the Discovery Channel's "The New Detectives" as a detective and on "The FBI Files" as a serial killer. He has also been in many training videos. Phil lives at 522 Carolina Ave., Norfolk, Va. 23508. dubthaigh@juno.com

Jay Wagner '77, '79 was recently appointed as Catholic campus minister (priest) for Old Dominion University and continues to serve as pastor of Sacred Catholic Church in the Ghent section of Norfolk. At Old Dominion, he says Mass in Webb Center every Sunday at 5:30 p.m. and has office hours on campus during the week.

J. Mark Imperial '78 has joined Goodman & Co., L.L.P. as a full-time manager for its Roanoke office. He previously was a tax and accounting supervisor for Ginsberg, Nottingham & Mapp of Accomac, Va.

David McAllister '78 has been appointed chief technology officer for the Palo Alto, Calif., firm Maxspeed Corp., the leader in Linux desktop devices. He most recently was director of strategic technologies and the primary driver of Silicon Graphics Inc.'s Linux messaging and strategy.

Woody Norvell '78 is a freelance composer, arranger and conductor, and lives in Phoenix. His "Elegy for Columbine," a commissioned work, was premiered Oct. 28, 1999, by the Durango High School string orchestra in Las Vegas. The group planned to perform the piece at the Western Division Music Conference in San Francisco this spring.

Boyd T. Allison Jr. '79 joined United First Mortgage in Richmond, Va., in October as vice president/director of branch development and administration. He currently serves as chairman of the advisory board of Southern Community Bank & Trust in Richmond and as a director of Old Dominion's Alumni Association board.

Patricia Warf Burke '79 is self-employed, offering medical billing, transcription and accounting to the medical profession. She lives in Portsmouth with her husband, Brian, and son, Robert, 2. bprwarf@worldnet.att.net

Jeffrey Brian Mundt '79 is happily married and living in San Diego County, Calif. He would like to hear from former classmates. jeffbob@surfree.com

Hilary Hale Reeh '79 is supervisor of audiology at the University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston.

Deborah A. Simmer (M.B.A. '79) has been appointed vice president of marketing and sales at Fastpoint Communications Inc., a provider of Internet connectivity solutions for businesses, headquartered in Los Angeles. Deborah achieved recognition as sales manager and strategic planner for TCG (now AT&T), building the company's municipal fiber network in Phoenix from start-up to prominence as the nation's top-performing branch office.

1980s

Dr. Patrick Agnew '80 recently gave a presentation on the foot and ankle ramifications of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome at a meeting of the Ehlers-Danlos National Foundation. He also provided physical exams and recommendations for treatment of the patients who attended. Pat is president of the American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics and director of the Eastern Virginia Medical School podiatry residency.

Ruth M. Martin '80 has been appointed associate director for program integration at NASA Langley Research Center. She has been with Langley since earning her degree in mechanical engineering.

Theodore Reynolds '80 is an assistant principal at Meadowbrook High School in Chesterfield County, Va., and a master gunnery sergeant in the Marine Corps Reserves, stationed in Newport News.

Timothy P. Schmidt '80 has served as senior pastor of Calvary Temple Assembly of God in Lynnfield, Mass., since 1988. The congregation now exceeds 500 and is in the process of building a new sanctuary and "planting new churches across the North Shore of Boston." Timothy and his wife, Jacquelyn, have two daughters, Kimberly, 12, and Kendra, 9.

Ted Hand '81 has been named director of engineering at WTKR-TV (Channel 3) in Norfolk. ted.hand@wtkr.com

Milton R. Liverman (M.S.Ed. '81) has been selected to become superintendent of Suffolk (Va.) Public Schools on July 1.

Scott Perkins '81 lives in Wauwatosa, Wis., a Milwaukee suburb, and is a multimillion-dollar agent with Shorewest Realtors. shorewest1@aol.com

Vic Sands '81, CPA, and his wife, Sarah, have a new grandchild, born to daughter Amanda Mills. vic.sands@citynet.net

Amy C. Antonucci '82, RN, accepted a position in November 1999 with Personal Touch Home Care, contracted to Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority, as a geriatric nurse specialist. She is also a ministry nurse at Believer's Baptist Church, and is launching a career as a nurse consultant, specializing in customized health education and staff development programs, medical record audit and quality improvement review.

Eugene Doughty '82 has moved to Chester, Va., and works at Fort Lee, Va.

René Cutter Jordan '82 is a senior accountant with Delta Health Group, which operates 40 nursing homes in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. She lives in Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Leonora D. Reiley '82 (M.A. '88) writes, "I'd love to reminisce about the fabulous '80s at ODU with anyone who can remember them." gritslad@hotmail.com

Chris Abbott '83 and Valerie James, a 1993 graduate of Hollins College, were married Nov. 20, 1999. They will continue to live in Richmond, Va. Both are assistant vice presidents with Bank of America.

Noreen Cipolone Miller '83 became the director of patient services at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia in November. Her responsibilities include nursing and all allied health departments. She and her husband relocated in November from Hawaii, where Noreen held a similar post at Shriners Hospital for Children in Honolulu.

John Henry Dannon '83 is assigned to the Combat Developments Directorate at Fort Monroe, Va., and is back at Old Dominion pursuing a second master's, this time in education. When he completes his 20-year stint in the Army in 2003, John plans to become a high school social studies teacher and hopes to teach "somewhere in the mountains of Virginia." He and his wife, Pam, a 1986 Virginia Tech graduate, have three children: Lyndsey, 6, Mitchell, 4, and Olivia, 2.

Edward T. Blair '84, a CPA, has been promoted to manager with Witt, Mares & Co. He is based in the firm's Virginia Beach office.

Mike McKeown '84 (M.S. '89) and his wife, Tami, announce the birth of their third son and fifth child, Sean Timothy, in November. They recently moved from Seattle to Charlotte, N.C., where Mike is in his seventh year with Microsoft Corp. as an engineer working with Internet and distributed applications. mmckeown@microsoft.com

Deirdre M. Reich '84 and her husband live in western New York with their children: Shane, 4, and twins Colleen and Lindsey, 18 months. "I would love to hear from some of the old gang." 299 Clearfield Drive, Williamsville, N.Y. 14221.

Leslie Kagan Sadlier '84 lives in Highland, Md., with her husband, Armand, and their children, Corey, 4, and Leigh, 2. Leslie is a special education resource teacher for Montgomery County Public Schools. leslie_sadlier@fc.mcps.k12.md.us

John S. Duchala (M.B.A. '85) is a senior vice president and regional sales director, southern region, for Wells Fargo Bank's private client services. He is responsible for private banking, trust services, investment management and brokerage for Texas and New Mexico. John lives in San Antonio with his wife, Cindy, and their children, Adelyn, 9, and Patrick, 5.

Fred Harr '85 lives in Yokosuka, Japan, where he is the executive officer aboard the USS Chancellorsville (CG 62), part of the forward deployed Naval forces.

Frank J. Lukanich III '85, a transportation engineer senior in the Virginia Department of Transportation's Lynchburg district structure and bridge section, won a 1999 Commissioner's Award for Excellence in the program improvement category. He is a 13-year veteran of VDOT.

Sandra Olanitori (M.S. '85), RN, received the Instructor of the Year Award for 1999 from Medical Careers Institute. It was awarded for her dedication to students and commitment to teaching and the healthcare profession. Sandra teaches in the practical nursing program at MCI and works as a nursing supervisor at Lake Taylor Hospital. She lives in Chesapeake with her husband, Peter, and children, Adetola and Akorede.

Robin B. Stein '85 has a new position as coordinator of sales and advertising for the National Society of Fund Raising Executives, located at 1101 King St., Suite 700, Alexandria, Va.

Barbara Elliott '86 was recently named classified advertising manager at The Virginian-Pilot, where she is responsible for advertising sales and service and a revenue budget of over $50 million. Since 1996 she was sales development manager in charge of retail sales for pilotonline/hamptonroads.com. Barbara lives in Virginia Beach.

Richard Foster '86 was promoted in 1999 and now heads the select projects division at Armada/Hoffler Construction Co. Denise Becker-Foster '87 still works out of the home as an on-call nurse with Olsten Health Services. She writes, "We had a busy year, as the birth of our third child occurred during Hurricane Floyd." Richard and Denise have three children: Shannon, 6, Evan, 3, and Ryan, 9 months.

Cheryl "Purpl" Oberg '86 is still with Crestar Bank and living in Richmond, Va. She hopes to hear from former classmates, including "APBers and WODUites." im_purpl@yahoo.com

Mark Joseph Tantillo (M.E. '86) moved to Paris last August and now works in the space insurance industry for one of the largest companies in France. Previously, he was a contractor for 2 1/2 years at the European Space Agency in Darmstadt, Germany, where he worked on such projects as the international space station, Artemis and Envisat satellite projects. "In July, I will be married to Marianne Vinje, my Norwegian girlfriend of four years, in the mountains of Norway."

Chrissy Bowman '87 (M.S. '92) married Dr. Cliff Kass in April 1998. She has one son, Blake Weston, 7. They live outside of Charlotte, N.C., on Lake Norman. Chrissy works part time as a speech language pathologist for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. ckass90889@aol.com

Capt. Ross D. Bryant '87, U.S. Army, is on his last assignment, as commander of the UNLV Army ROTC program. "I divorced in 1997 and travel back to Virginia twice a year to see my kids in Fredericksburg. I would love to hear from any German language majors from 1987 or ROTC alumni." 4400 S. Jones Blvd., #2074, Las Vegas, Nev. 89103; 702-362-7239. coyotesix@worldnet.att.net

Christiane Castillo-Loring '87 (M.S.Ed. '93) and her husband, Steven, announce the birth of a daughter, Rachel Esperanza, on Sept. 28, 1999. She joins her brother, Gabriel, 3. The Lorings have settled in Florida.

Jeffrey K. Chesser '87 says "Hi" to fellow APBers. "We will be moving to just outside of Dublin, Ireland, in August. It will be a homecoming for my wife, who is from Ireland." Jeffrey and Catherine are expecting their third child in July. They have two sons, Mark Jonathan, 5, and Adam Liam Patrick, 3.

May Cortezano-Panganiban '87 recently moved from Springfield, Va., to Alameda, Calif., and has a new job as an education consultant for Literacy Plus, a free program of the Hayward Public Library that provides literacy services for adults and their children. 332 McDonnel Road, Alameda, Calif. 94502; 510-864-9292. iteachm63@hotmail.com

Bill Davis '87 and Andi Coates Davis '88 announce the birth of a son, David Cohen, on April 29, 1999. Bill is an environmental engineer for DuPont in Seaford, Del., and Andi is a stay-at-home mom. Both are bicycling enthusiasts.

Thomas D. Dutton '87 is now an MIS manager at Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. He and his wife, Susan, were expecting a baby in May.

Philip Hartmann '87 is a senior real estate appraiser with Fairfax County, Va. He and his wife, Lynette Clay Hartmann '90, recently had a son. Lynette stays home with the children (two sons and a daughter) and does consulting work for her own company, The Hartmann Group. 46546 Pebblebrook Place, Potomac Falls, Va. 20165.

Mary Mayer-Hennelly (M.P.A. '87) has been elected to the American Library Association Council for a three-year term as the Virginia chapter councilor. She is assistant director of the Norfolk Public Library system.

Michael T. McCarthy '87 is the operations manager for Century 21 Department Stores' newest location in Westbury, N.Y. He and his wife, Lorraine, announce the birth of their third child, Emma Cynthia, on Aug. 5, 1999. She joins Michael, 5, and Briana, 3. They live in Rockaway Beach, N.Y.

David A. Taylor '87 lives in the Richmond, Va., area and works at CapitalOne Financial. He and his wife, Linda, have a daughter, Whitley, 2. david_a_taylor@msn.com

Michael D. Williams '87 writes that he and his partner recently relocated from Orlando, Fla., to Scottsdale, Ariz., with Motorola to accept a promotion to business manager for information technology solutions for the company's integrated systems division.

Heather Hodge '88 Aleknavage and John Aleknavage '89 bought a new home in May 1999. 1109 Burton St., Woodbridge, Va. 22191; 703-494-2494. johnheather@home.com

Melanie Parks Alvey '88 lost both of her parents last year, about six months apart, her sister-in-law reports. Her father was killed in a tragic accident in Seaford, Del., Dec. 22. Melanie and her husband, Scott Alvey '89, live at 4616 Schooner Blvd., Suffolk, Va. 23435; 757-538-8969.

Ed Eastman (Psy.D. '88) enjoys living in North Carolina and working at John Umstead Hospital. Last September he went on a 500-mile bicycle tour of Alaska. He moved into a home he built in April. 4505 Ridgeway Drive, Franklinton, N.C. 27525.

Lt. Cmdr. John J. McCracken '88, U.S. Navy, completed a three-month South American deployment last fall aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS Vicksburg, homeported in Mayport, Fla.

Patmarie S. Nedelka (M.S. '88) is starting an executive developmental assignment with the Coastal America Partnership this year.

Anne Sokol Rogers '88 and her husband, John, live in Haverhill, Mass. She is an instructor at Salem State College and an adjunct at the University of Massachusetts. Anne recently reached ABD status and has started on her dissertation.

Kimberly Isdell Selley '88 writes, "I'm still living in Bermuda, still waiting to be visited by my ZTA and EN buddies."

Jeffrey S. Tyler '88, P.E., has joined the Richmond, Va., staff of Draper Aden Associates as facilities project manager. He will be responsible for project management, project, design, quality control, budgeting and contract negotiating of municipal water and sewer utility projects.

Brian '89 and Pamela Bach Anderson '89 announce the birth of a daughter, Jessica Sue, on Dec. 26, 1999. She joins her brother, Kevin, 21 months. fullhouse5@netzero.net

Diane Brittingham '89 is the assistant director of housing at Mesa State College, "on the western slope of the Rockies in Colorado." She enjoys hiking and exploring the national parks, and plans to visit Norfolk in September. "I would love to hear from Mark Siciliano, Steve Trax, T.J. Young and Lorraine Allebach."

Susan B. Dunn '89 and her husband recently moved into a house they had built in Chesapeake and celebrated their second anniversary this May. Susan would like to hear from her sorority sisters.

Marla Rios Hall '89 and her husband, Tom, announce the birth of their first child, Sydney Victoria, on Oct. 22, 1999. They live in Virginia Beach.

Brenda J. Parton '89 (M.S. '92), RDH, won a 1999 Presidential Teaching Excellence Award, presented to employees at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, for the Health Science Center. She teaches certificate, bachelor's and master's courses in preventive and community dentistry, dental materials and oral health promotion. At the graduate level, she teaches master's students how to develop coursework and become dental hygiene teachers themselves. She also serves as certificate program director.

1990s

Todd Buczek '90 is the assistant baseball coach at Division I Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. His boss is former Old Dominion assistant Tim Parenton. Lani Buczek '89 is the director of Brookwood Hospital's One To One Fitness and the resident director of the exercise physiology program. 824 Grove St., Homewood, Ala. 35209; 205-943-0637. baseball0@earthlink.net

Marti Elizabeth Burke '90 announces the birth of her second daughter, Sarah, in April 1999. She lives at 4719 Lakeside Meadow Drive, Missouri City, Texas 77459.

Mike Frederick '90 has an article in the May 2000 issue of World War II magazine and is working on a veterans' oral history project. He has also designed and launched a Web site, www.ww2crg.org. "Seeing the world is still my number-one pursuit," he writes. Mike recently visited Thailand and is planning trips to California, Florida, Peru and India this year. 8609 Holly Pond Place, Gaithersburg, Md. 20886. ww2crg@aol.com

Rob Gies '90 (M.E.M. '94) was named the 2000 Doug Ensor Award recipient for Young Engineer of the Year by the Peninsula Engineers Council. The award recognizes contribution to the profession, technical accomplishment and community involvement. An engineering supervisor at Newport News Shipbuilding, Rob is also the recipient of NNS's highest award, the President's Medal of Excellence, as well as NNS's Community Service Award. Rob is president-elect of the Old Dominion Alumni Association.

Daniel Motamed '90 and his wife live in southern Maryland and Daniel works for Space and Naval Warfare. They have a 1-year-old daughter, Paulina. motamedd@hotmail.com

James R. Raimondo '90, U.S. Navy, transferred from the Pentagon back to Hampton Roads last year and is now the flag lieutenant to the president, Board of Inspection and Survey. He and his wife, Sherri, have two children, Broderick and Julianna. They would like to hear from James's former classmates.

Mary Beth Sutton Treadway '90 and her husband, Eric, announce the birth of their second child, Eric Matthew, on Oct. 22, 1999. He joins a sister, Elizabeth Cole.

Randy '91 and Jennifer Dominich '92 announce the birth of a daughter, Megan Marie, on Aug. 31, 1999. They also have twin boys, age 2.

Darrell Duane '91 has joined Network Flight Recorder, a company that builds network monitoring and security tools. dduane@duane.com

Kevin Garneau '91 is a physician assistant in emergency medicine at Chesapeake General Hospital. "Thank you Dr. P. Kirk for direction, Dr. R. Stevens for your A&P knowledge and study skills, and Dr. N. Wade for just being yourself." Kevin and his wife, Julianne, have two children, Marc, almost 3, and Kaela, 1.

Donna Gatto '91 and her husband, Henry Cerritos Caceres, announce the birth of a daughter, Noemi Ke'aloha Cerritos Gatto, on Sept. 30, 1999. The Cerritos family lives in Wiesbaden, Germany, where Donna is a pediatric physical therapist with the Department of Defense and Henry is a sergeant in the U.S. Army.

Lee Koch '91 teaches first grade in Winston-Salem, N.C., and is working on his master's in school administration. He married Jill Hayworth on June 19, 1999.

Frank P. Kozusko Jr. (M.S. '91) retired in 1992 after a 21-year Navy career. He went back to school and, after earning his Ph.D., landed a position at Hampton University. Frank and his wife bought a house on Chesapeake Bay in Hampton in 1998.

Brian J. Santa Barbara (M.B.A. '91) joined Price Waterhouse in Prague in 1996, following a three-year stint with the U.S. Peace Corps in the Czech Republic. In 1998, he was promoted to Central and Eastern Europe senior marketing manager, and last summer returned to the U.S. with PricewaterhouseCoopers to serve as marketing director for the firm's investment bank, Pricewaterhouse Coopers Securities. He is engaged to a Czech national, Michaela Cervenkova, who is pursuing an M.B.A. at the University of Maryland.

Deborah Pressley Stewart '91 (M.P.A. '94) left her job as a trust officer at NationsBank in Atlanta in 1998 and began a career in consulting with Deloitte Consulting. She was married on April 24, 1999.

Lt. Roy Drake '92, U.S. Navy, and his supply department received the Logistics Excellence Award for exceptional supply operations for 1999. Roy is stationed in San Diego. d.roy@excite.com

Jeff '92 and Tammy White Henderson '92 announce the birth of a son, Tanner Buchan, on Oct. 15, 1999. They have two other sons, Jaron, 7, and Chase, 4, and live in Memphis.

Ken Inchausti '92 works in healthcare and technology communications at Fleishman-Hillard International Communications, an internationally ranked public relations agency in Washington, D.C. He and his wife, Jen Inchausti (M.S.Ed. '96), live in Alexandria, Va., with their children, Ian and Hannah.

Julie Rea Morgan '92 and her husband, Paul, announce the birth of a son, Grant Arthur, on Nov. 13, 1999. Their first son, Jake, turned 4 in May. Julie has worked at Old Dominion's Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography for seven years and serves as a co-editor of CCPO Circulation. julie@ccpo.odu.edu

Richard "Barry" Nichols Jr. '92 was recently promoted from deputy first class to senior deputy at the Henrico County (Va.) Sheriff's Office, where he is a recruiter, interviewer and background investigator. He would like to hear from Sigma Nu brothers and other classmates. rnicholsjr@yahoo.com

Frederick P. Ochave '92, U.S. Navy, moved in September 1998 to Yokosuka, Japan, where he works as a dental officer. He is due back in the U.S. in September 2000. "I would like to hear from those classmates of mine MIA." fpochave@aol.com

Cheryl Anne Schauer '92 (M.S.Ed. '93) and Darren Jarvis Crabb were married Dec. 4, 1999, aboard a Carnival cruise ship. She is putting the final touches on her dissertation for a Ph.D. in instructional technology design at Virginia Tech. Darren is a mechanical engineer working in North Carolina.

Leslie Williams '92 has a new job as assistant activities director at First Colonial Inn Retirement Community in Virginia Beach. She is involved in planning and programming activities. lollykendall@netscape.net

Theresa Plaza Avila '93 accepted a position in March 1999 as a production engineer in the system replacement department at Washington Gas in Springfield, Va. She was promoted in October to section leader. Her duties include managing distribution pipeline replacement projects in the Maryland service territory.

Elizabeth Wilson Dowdy '93 and her husband, Rick, announce the birth of a daughter in December 1998. They live in Colorado Springs, Colo. Beth was planning to graduate in May from the University of Colorado with a master's in school counseling.

Michael J. Hanson '93 works in the Norfolk area as a government contractor. mj_hanson@msn.com

Jonathan M. Harrell '93 announces the birth of a son, Joshua Kurt, on Sept. 10, 1999. He joins a sister, Katie, 2.

Lt. Craig Hill '93 and Amanda Cole Hill '96 announce the birth of their first child, Henry Jacob, on Aug. 25, 1999. They live in Monterey, Calif., where Craig is working on his master's in systems engineering at the Naval Post Graduate School. ajncahill@earth



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