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KEENE STATE TODAY VOLUME XXI NUMBER 2 Winter 2006
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Class Notes 2000

Kevin Brunelle of Warm Springs, Ga., died suddenly on June 24, 2005. After graduating with a degree in journalism, Kevin joined AmeriCorps, followed by the Student Conservation Association where he dedicated his life to helping other people and preserving natural resources. Kevin's passion for nature, disc golf, travel, fishing, music, and the countless friends he met on his journey of life were expressed in his writings, poems, paintings, photography, and philosophy. At KSC, Kevin was an active member of the Newman Student organization and was also one of our best annual fund phonathon callers.

Stephanie Irwin Houle of Rochester, N.H., writes, "After working and traveling in New Zealand for a year in 2001, I returned to the United States and worked as an office manager for the neuropsychology department of a community mental health center. Decided it was time for a change in November 2004 and began working for Dover Veterinary Hospital where I was recently promoted to internal medicine coordinator. I married Sean Houle, a firefighter, in October 2003."

Eric Munz '00 and Kimberly Pugrab '01 were married June 25, 2005. They honeymooned in the Bahamas and returned to their home in Enfield, Conn. Eric is a regional health and safety officer in Windsor, Conn., and Kim is a teacher in East Hartford, Conn.

IN MEMORIAM: Kevin Brunelle '00 died June 24, 2005, in Georgia. He worked for AmeriCorps and the Student Conservation Association.


2001

Cheryl Wendt is currently teaching Spanish at Daniel Hand High School in Madison, Conn. She has almost completed her master's degree in Spanish at Southern Connecticut State University and recently returned home from spending another semester abroad in Spain.

Molly Dunn writes, "I recently moved to Saugus, Mass., from Boston and am now teaching 7th and 8th grade social studies at St. Mary's School in Melrose. Keep in touch: mollydunne28@yahoo.com."

From Christine Leland: Eric Proulx and Tara LaBranche '03 were married May 14, 2005, in Manchester, N.H. Best man was Robert Carson '02; bridesmaids included Crystal Thomas Bolduc '03 and Jami Proulx '03. Guests in attendance included Becky Lesko Haugh, Cate Benner, Andy Jennings, Christine Leland, and Damien Rudzinski '00.

Eric Munz '00 and Kimberly Pugrab were married June 25, 2005. They honeymooned in the Bahamas and returned to their home in Enfield, Conn. Eric is a regional health and safety officer in Windsor, Conn., and Kim is a teacher for the East Hartford Board of Education. In the wedding were alumni Shauna Daigle Lafond, Heather Doolittle Reardon, Christopher Lefluer '00, David Anderson '00, and Greg Goetz.


2004

Allysha Lane Hunter writes, "Will and I have moved and would love to hear from our friends: 131 Second St. #3N, Manchester, NH 03102."

Marc Salvatoriello started his career in February with Samsung Opto-Electronics America, Inc. as a coordinator for CCTV sales support, electronic imaging, based in Secaucus, N.J.


2005

From Lori Ingham Chauvette: "To those who knew me - I'm here, and I have a decent job! No more Hannaford's! Yeah! The irony being that I'm now a reporter for a newspaper in Laconia called The Citizen, which is what I was in college for in the first place. But I'm hoping this will be a step towards doing movie reviews down the line. Doug and I are doing fine, living in Holderness. We are currently legally married, but are planning a ceremony in March. Because of me taking the new job, I had to move to the area. The option that made the most sense was moving in with Doug, but I didn't feel right about doing it before we were married, so we did the legal thing now and are still going to have a ceremony. My extended family doesn't know yet, so I'm still using my maiden name at work. Doug's kids are fine; James, 11, goes to middle school. (Where does the time go?) Rachel is going into second grade. My nephew Patrick is a year old already! How time flies! And every day he's looking more and more like my brother, which is getting really scary. Well, that's it for me. Thought I would get the ball rolling for our class."

John Frazzetta writes, "I am working at Merrimack High School in a program called PASS. The program works with students that suffer from moderate to severe depression and anxiety. My job is to mentor students, and help them make better choices about their lives and education. Currently, I am doing some research in a potential masters program to study counseling to better help kids."



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