|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XXI NUMBER 1 Fall 2005|
Mike Angelo of Salem, N.H., is a partner and director of A.J. Letizio Sales and Marketing, Windham, N.H. He is director of operations and manages inside sales and retail services teams for the food service company.
Jonathan Rosenthal of Framingham, Mass., was promoted to music coordinator for K-12 in Marlborough, Mass. He is in the final summer of his master's degree in music education at Gordon College. At the state level, he is actively involved with MMEA and MENC. He and Susan Garfinkel '90 have been happily married for 13 years and have two children, Sarah, 8, and Nathan, 3.
From Ricardo Alcaine Uriarte: "The crazy Spaniard is trying to get in touch. Hello everybody. I have been moving quite a lot in the last few years, but finally I am getting married and would love to get in touch with my old classmates to invite them over to Spain to celebrate. Kristen, Jake, Rob, Andrew, Darren, Mike, Tara, Laureen, and all the rest. Please get in touch if you get the message. I lost all of my contacts when moving to Belgium some years ago. Be good and hope to see you soon. Miss you all and the old times..."
From John Briggs: "It's been a while since I sent an update, so here it is. We are currently living in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and I am still working for Alcon Labs, the global leader in ophthalmic pharmaceuticals and surgical devices. I am the director of global performance development with responsibilities in sales and sales management training. My wife Stacey and I have a beautiful two-year-old girl named Sophia and we are really enjoying southern living! In the little free time that I have, I am an avid triathlete and have recently qualified for the U.S. national championships in triathlon, which will be held in Kansas City in August. I would love to hear from KSC friends and can be reached at email@example.com."
From: Jessica Nordle: Well, I got married on July 17, 2004, so my new name is Jessica Kaiser. My husband Joe and I now live in Orlando, Fla. You can check out our website at www.thekaiserfamilywebsite.com and best wishes to all of you!
Kimberly Butcher Pope has two children, Nicholas, 3, and Emma, 1. She and her husband David live in Davenport, Iowa, where Kim works as a personal trainer.
Amy Passanisi Blaszka and husband Don welcomed their second child, Andrew Donald, on Dec. 30, 2003.
Clark University in Worcester, Mass., presented the first School of Geography Educator of the Year award to Gary Schnakenberg, MAT, who teaches at Souhegan High School in Amherst, NH. The award was established to honor K-12 educators for outstanding contributions to education in geography and related sciences/studies. Gary has taught geography to secondary students for over 15 years and is recognized as the premier advanced-placement geography instructor in the region. He is a founding member of the New Hampshire Geographic Alliance as well as a member of the National Council for Geographic Education. As part of his commitment to teaching, he established a partnership with KSC to teach a course to qualified Souhegan students for college credit. In addition, from 1998-2000, he served as lead teacher in NEH "Schools for the New Millennium" planning grant project. His interest in geographic education was sparked after attending a conference at Keene State while working as a history teacher in Milford, N.H. Gary lives in Francestown, N.H.
Susane Lamontagne Gilbert writes: "I just started a new job as an assistant project manager for a developer/contractor in Nashua, N.H. I left a position as a CAD designer and it was the best move I have made. Also, I had my second child on Aug. 19, 2004. It was a boy and we named him Reece Owen Gilbert. He joins my other son Buddy, 4, and his dad (Bob), my husband of almost six years, at home."
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