|KEENE STATE TODAY FALL 2009|
Cheryl Elliot writes: "I'm trying to reach Phyllis Walder. Does anyone know her whereabouts and contact information? My daughter was one of her students many years ago, and I would love to get in touch with her. Please help us: firstname.lastname@example.org."
Louis Gendron writes: "I've just produced an album to help children with autism. 100% of the proceeds go to autism charities, including Jenny McCarthy's Generation Rescue. The album is available now everywhere digital music is sold."
Heather Jean Robertson was awarded a doctor's degree for philosophy in counseling in 2008 from North Carolina State University. She is now working as a mental health crisis counselor for five middle schools in North Carolina. She also works part-time as an adjunct professor at East Carolina University.
Peter Ruisi has been a police officer in New York City since 2000. He has a two-year-old daughter named Olivia.
From Karen Holmes Reinhold: "Hello class of 1996! I hope this finds all of you well and enjoying the last few weeks of 2009. We had a busy summer of vacations, family visits, and day trips. We capped the summer off by sending Lukas into third grade and Mikah into kindergarten here in Manchester. So far it is going great! I am working on my teaching recertification while tutoring at Sylvan, where I just reached my five-year anniversary. That means we've been back in the Granite State for five years, and we truly love it.
Ivan Chorney launched a new web startup company: www.modelloader.com. "Please check out my new site!"
Jesse Stenbak has been promoted to the position of associate publisher at Portland Magazine. Stenbak has been praised for his ability to guide the city magazine to breakthrough achievements as production manager, as well as his talent for inspiring individual departments to unmatched levels of success.
IN MEMORIAM: Kerri Ann Brooks '99