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1990

Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene recently presented the Leadership Award, part of the quarterly Presidents' Service Excellence and Leadership Awards, to John Wright.


1991

The students at Webster University's Sarasota-Manatee campus chose Paul Cline to receive the Outstanding Counseling Faculty Award. Paul has been teaching at Webster University since fall 2005. He was chosen as a result of excellent student evaluations, engaging presentation style, and his participation in faculty events. (Paul also teaches at Strayer University and Argosy University.)

From Amy (Carrier) LaPanne: "Last August, Jay and the kids and I moved to Glastonbury, Conn. It is amazing to see all of the cars with Keene State window stickers on Route 84 through Hartford during rush hour every day. We had a wonderful time attending the Delta Nu Psi/Psi Upsilon reunion in April and look forward to being involved in the process of being an official chapter of Psi Upsilon. Who knew 21 years ago that we'd still be going strong today?"

Julie (Richardson) Laconte would love to hear from Steve Haley and Sue Brisson at loconte@roadrunner.com. She has a 12-year-old daughter named Nicole.


1992

Kris MacDermott of Westford, Mass., was promoted to principal of the Winter, Wyman Company's Technology Contracting group, where she was formerly the account manager of the same division.

Cynthia Engelhardt is a regulatory affairs specialist with Smyths Medical in Keene and has recently attained her RTC certification for the United States, Canada, and the EU.


1995

Paul (Comeau) Ruseau is married (August 19, 2006) to Robert J. Rusnak. They live in Essex, Mass.

Shayne Noyes received his M.S. in statistics in 1997 and a master degree in information systems management in 2005. He is working on a doctorate in organizational leadership at the University of Phoenix Online. He lives with his wife, Kim, and his stepchildren, Terry and Joy in Buffalo, N.Y. Shayne has been employed by HSBC as a statistical analyst and programmer since 1998.

Dan Johnson is going on 11 years of marriage. He has two sons, ages 6 and 8. He has been an elementary school principal for four years. Dan would love to hear from friends (danjohnson@chester-nj.org).


1996

Robin (Schwartz) O'Neil and her family have moved to El Paso, Texas, for husband Liam's job. They have beautiful, sunny weather and great sunset every night, not to mention a swimming pool. They are meeting new friends, settling in, watching their girls grow, and missing college friends.

Amy (Murphy) Vintinner lives in Freeport, Maine, with her husband, David. They recently had their first child, Mason, born on March 12. She currently works as a graphic designer at a beverage distribution company is South Portland. She is looking forward to seeing everyone at Dolan's summerhouse in August! "Danielle, I have lost touch; e-mail me at akmurphy3@gmail.com."


1997

Bernie Hrubala and his wife, Jaime, welcomed the birth of their first child, William Garrett, on Mar. 26, 2008. The family currently lives in Salem, Mass.

Joyana Damon lives in Gill, Mass., with her husband, Steve, and their 3-year-old son, Isaac. Joyana is a music teacher at Vernon Elementary School in Vermont. She just finished her tenth year of teaching. Joyana has presented at workshops at both the Massachusetts and Delaware all-state music conferences. She was also a clinician at the 2008 Society for General Music Festival in Holyoke, Mass.


1998

NEMO Equipment, Inc., has hired Bill Kramer as its new art director. Bill has spent the last nine years working as the manager of graphic design for Cannondale Bicycle Corporation in Bethel, Conn. Bill brings a great deal of talent in graphic design and styling to the team at NEMO. As an avid mountain biker and bow hunter, he is also very passionate about the outdoors.


  
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