|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XXI NUMBER 3 Spring 2006|
Brian Bilodeau writes: "I am living in Chicago and have finished my second degree in interior design and architecture."
Alice Adams Kraft and Keith Kraft welcomed their second child, Katie, to the family in June 2005. She joins brother Tyler, 2. Alice played basketball and Keith played baseball at KSC.
Trisha Marie Otto Layfield reports that her first son was born Aug. 29, 2005. "Jonah William Layfield weighed 7 lbs. 14 oz. and was 21 inches long. He looks a lot like me, with a full head of brown hair and blue eyes."
Melissa Langill Chickering writes: "Hello Keene State! Celena and I are living happily with a large family of animals in West Chesterfield, N.H. I am finishing my master's degree in counseling and Celena is about to achieve her master plumber license."
From Sierra Sylvester: "I live and work at Kurn Hattin, a school in Westminster, Vt., and I am starting a dance club for the children. Any idea, suggestion, or offer of your talent would be great. I would love the help. 802-722-3333."
Kristen Ivon May of Franklin, N.H., writes: "Hi everyone, and my Deephers! Hope everyone is doing great. I just got married to an amazing man and we are doing very well. Keep in touch!"
Sara Kotler writes: "I am doing well here in sunny Arizona. Been working for the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Working on preventing diabetes, using my personal struggles with diabetes, as well as my nutrition education."
Amy Johnson of Scottsdale, Ariz., is a production specialist at CBS 5 News in Phoenix, Ariz.
Jim Hogan has been hired by D.C. United, a major league soccer franchise, for a full-time inside sales position to promote, market, and sell season tickets, group, and suite packages for the 2004 MLS Cup champions. Jim was a captain for the Owl soccer team while at KSC.
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