Mark Dickenshied ’71 recently
moved to Apollo Beach, Florida. He wrote, “Thanks to Brian Burke 1760 for a
great birthday party!! Great to see people I hadn't seen in 20-plus years.”
'93, an adjunct professor who teaches entrepreneurship at Wharton, was so
impressed by his former student Doug Baldasare, owner of ChargeItSpot L.L.C.,
that he agreed to join ChargeItSpot as its chief operating officer about three
months ago. ChargeItSpot is a Philadelphia company that has been putting
charging kiosks in various retail locations. Fitzgerald is one of the founders
of RecycleBank, which offers financial rewards to households that recycle.
Daryl MacGregor Peightal ’93 shared, “We couldn't pass up the
opportunity to get a GA photo at Jack Mac's Surprise 80th birthday celebration
last weekend. It was here in Jackson, Wyoming and so many old friends were good
enough to make the trip.”
Top left: Samantha MacGregor Jordan '88, Doug Shank (parent of Diana Shank '88),
Taylor Meyer (former Head of School Bud Kast's 1760 grandson), Board of Trustee Michael Jordan, Larry Roth '92, Heather
Cunningham Roth '91, Alex MacGregor '92. Middle: Suzanne Shank (parent of Diana Shank '88), Daryl MacGregor Peightal
'93, Liz Nicholas 1760. Bottom: Jack MacGregor 1760, Wills Jordan ‘19, Linda MacGregor
Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Deputy Commissioner Macky McCleary '96 joined
representatives of the Eastern Connecticut Conservation District and other
partners on May 3, 2013, to dedicate the new Hallville Fishway, which will
allow alewives and other migratory fish to access the 11-acre Hallville Pond
within Poquetanuck Brook.
Abby Greenberg Alpert ’99 and her mom, Margery Greenberg P ’99, co-owner of The Flour Pot in Ambler were
featured in a Fed Ex commercial. WATCH HERE!
Meredith Blackman ’01
married Chad Pindar on June 15 at the Belle Voir Manor on the Delaware River in
Bensalem. The newlyweds went to St.
Lucia for their honeymoon and will reside in Langhorne Manor. Meredith, who
graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. degree in biology, and a law
degree from Temple University, is currently employed as a Deputy Attorney
General for the state of New Jersey representing the State's Department of
Children and Families.
Mandel ’01 recently released her new book, “Eat
Up: The Inside Scoop on Rooftop Agriculture" (New Society Publishers,
2013). As a Project Manager and Rooftop Agriculture Specialist for Roofmeadow,
a green roof firm based in Mt. Airy, Mandel is an expert on the rising
popularity of rooftop gardens and farms.
Williams Stotts '03 and her husband, Steven, were chosen
to be a featured couple on the Live Well Network Reality Show, "Sweet
Retreats." Sweet Retreats follows
host René Syler as she helps travelers find the perfect locations for their
getaways. Steve and Courtney were chosen to travel to San Diego in order to
receive help finding the perfect rental property for their couples getaway with
friends. The show aired on April 28 on the Live Well Network and is available
online for viewing. Courtney was excited for her first television debut, even
if it was on reality TV!
After graduating from Trinity College, Hillary Ladov ’05 returned to her Philadelphia roots to embark on
an ambitious postgraduate joint degree program at Rutgers-Camden School of
Law. She graduated in May with a
J.D./M.B.A and will be clerking in the Pennsylvania Superior Court for the
Honorable Anne Lazarus starting in September.
Craig Burnett ’08
and Annie Marshall ’08 on
Championship Sunday at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club. Craig and Annie
were both a part of the USGA’s Championship staff. Craig is a member of the
operations team and Annie is a member of the corporate hospitality and
Lisebeth Forbes '09
graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences
on May 26, 2013 with a double major in Biology and Classics. After spending the summer in Europe, she will
be moving to New York City in August to work for PricewaterhouseCoopers in
their Advisory practice.
On May 24, Laura
Karbach ’09 graduated Summa Cum Laude from Wagner College. She sported a
3.94 GPA while recording seven perfect 4.0 semesters. Karbach was inducted into
the National Education Honor Society, the Psi Chi International Psychology
Honor Society, and the Omicron Delta Kappa National Scholarship &
Leadership Honor Society. She was named to the Conference All Academic Team as
well as the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) National All
Academic Team three years in a row. In her senior year at Wagner, Karbach captained a young team
to a school record 26 wins in the season, a return to the nation’s Top 20
ranking, and Wagner’s third straight trip to the Conference Finals. Karbach was
named the Defensive Player of the Week a record five out of 10 times, Second
Team All Conference, and First Team All Tournament. For her efforts in goal,
she was named Wagner Water Polo’s MVP. In recognition of her four-year career
as a student-athlete, she was awarded The Con Edison Student Athlete of the
Year Award, which is given to the athlete who demonstrates the values of
courtesy, concern, teamwork, honesty, and respect. She also received the Wagner
College Education Department’s Chair Award for “Distinction in Teaching” in
recognition of outstanding achievement in teaching and Wagner College’s
Outstanding Senior Academic Achievement Award in recognition of meritorious
scholarly work. Karbach was recently offered and accepted a postgraduate
assistant position in Wagner College’s Athletic Department. She will be pursuing her graduate degree in
Literacy and will be the assistant/goalie coach for the team.
John Negro ’09 graduated
cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in criminology and a
minor in Hispanic studies. While at Penn,
he was a member of the men’s water polo team and Kappa Alpha Literary Society.
Katrinna Whiting ’09
and Chanda Patel ’11 discussed the
college application process with Upper School students at the GA Visual Arts
Department’s annual College Night on May 14.
University of Oregon student Stephen Oppenheimer ’10 was recently featured in a documentary.
Oppenheimer moved to Oregon to pursue his goals of being the ultimate designer
and has already created a shirt that is sold in the Oregon Ducks bookstore. WATCH