|KEENE STATE TODAY||VOLUME XX NUMBER 1 Fall 2004|
After graduating from KSC, Denis Lambert began a music teaching career at Fair Haven (Vt.) Union High School, where he directed a concert band and jazz ensemble for four years. In June, he accepted an offer to teach instrumental music at a K-12 school in Bethel, Vt., and currently lives in nearby Rochester. He is also editor of The Vermont Music Educator, a quarterly journal published by the state division of MENC, a professional association for music educators.
Trish Otto writes: "I married Jay Layfield on Feb. 28, 2004, at Wentworth-by-the-Sea in Newcastle, N.H., at sunset. Jay's children, Aaron and Corrin, were best man and maid of honor. Now I am not only a wife, but also a stepmom to an eight-year-old and a 10-year-old."
From Crystal M. Longacre: "Hello, everyone! I moved to San Diego,Calif., and it's great out here. I'd love to hear from those friends with whom I have lost touch. My e-mail is email@example.com. Hasta luego.
Sara Kotter of Globe, Ariz., writes, "Doing well in Arizona. Taking my exam soon and upon passing, I will be a registered dietitian. Miss KSC!"
Sarah Mele, a lifelong Salem, N.H., resident, has gone home to Salem's Woodbury School for her first teaching position - grade 7 reading and writing. Sarah's mother, Linda, also teaches in the Salem school system.
James T. Price lives in Lebanon, N.H., and has a wonderful job as a high school business and computer teacher and football coach for the Lebanon Raiders.
IN MEMORIAM: Jacob Bergeron '04 died Sept. 29, 2004, in Brattleboro, Vt. He did computer work at home for a management group in Boston and worked at the KSC Help Desk from 1999 to 2004.
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