|KEENE STATE TODAY SUMMER 2008|
Karen Ann (Cherella) Haining writes: "Next year, I will celebrate my 20-year anniversary of living and working in England. Time sure flies; it feels like only yesterday that I landed here for a six-month assignment! In 2005, I married a wonderful British man, Richard, at a ceremony in Richmond, London, where we now live. Tom Beauregard '85 and his wife, Letitia, flew over for the wedding along with other friends and family from the States. Our honeymoon was two glorious weeks on safari in Botswana, Southern Africa. I am currently on a consulting assignment for the Metropolitan Police (New Scotland Yard), leading the set up of their SAP Centre of Excellence. It is an absolutely fascinating organization to work from both a cultural and operational policing perspective. We don't tend to get back to the States much, but when we do we normally see my sorority sisters Elyse 'Buffy' (White) Sullivan '86 and her husband, John, and daughter Molly; Kathy 'Kemo' Flynn '85; Linda Pritchard '85; Mary Jo Ganley '85; Stacey (Cotter) Freer '85; and Mary 'Jigga' Cornell '86. We will next be in the States during the month of July, holidaying on Cape Cod. I would love to hear from Susan DiTullio '85 and Kristen Holmes '85 and anyone else who fancies getting in touch or needs a place to crash while visiting London!"
Julie Hogan Shea has been married to Ken for 15 years and has two daughters, Kylie and Jaymie (age 10), and one son, Dylan (age 7). She would love to hear from any Tau Phi Xi sisters, both past and present. Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
IN MEMORIAM: Kristine L. Arnett '86
Mark Testa '87 is living in Simi Valley, Calif., with wife Amanda, son Joey, and twin girls Isabella and Antonia. Mark is a vice president with Farmers Insurance, leading the organization's transformational efforts. He's worked in the insurance industry for more than 20 years and can be reached at email@example.com.
IN MEMORIAM: Kenneth Whapham '87