|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XXII NUMBER 3 FALL 2007|
James Davenport, of Georgetown, Mass., completed his M.B.A. in 2006 from Suffolk University in Boston and will be starting a financial consulting career with Mass Mutual Financial Group in Danvers, Mass. He writes: "I am excited to begin a career where I can make an important difference for individuals and companies by developing and achieving financial goals for my clients. Our advising emphasizes understanding every aspect of client financial needs and requirements, including (but not limited to) insurance, investment, savings, retirement, pension, and tax strategies. Our core foundation is based upon the values and elements of what is important to our clients. I believe this is one of the most important components of our lives and I look forward to speaking with many of you about what is important for you, your family, and/or your business."
Stephanie Irwin Houle writes: "My husband, Sean, and I welcomed our first child on November 5, 2006. Emily Nola weighed in at eight pounds, nine ounces. She has beautiful blue eyes and a full head of dark hair."
Chad Derosier is the co-owner of Heartsong Herbal Brewing Company in Ashland, Ore.
Michael Brindley is an education reporter for The Nashua Telegraph. He one first place in the education story or series category in the 2006 New Hampshire Press Association Better Newspaper contest.
From Rebeckah Lamb: "I'm living with Erik Bradbury in Boston. Erik is working for Athena Health in Watertown as a level two IT support specialist."
Krista Zielinski writes: "I anticipate a master's degree in education from Antioch New England Graduate School of Keene by summer 2007."
From Allysha Lane Hunter: "Our daughter Elizabeth Grace just celebrated her first birthday in March. We are expecting our second child in September." My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Lynn Benson Roman: "I am currently working as a freelance graphic designer, creating promotional literature and publications for educational institutions in New Hampshire and Massachusetts."
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