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Class Notes, 1993 July/August

July/August 1993

Better late than never to hear about the news of Steve Walton's and Jennifer Davis's wedding. The couple was married on Oct. 10, '92 in Anabel Taylor Chapel. The reception was held in the Biotechnology Building atrium. Both Steve and Jennifer wrote, saying that their wedding was "something of a 1-1/2-year reunion for a lot of us." Steve's best man was Dave Smentek, and Jennifer's maid-of-honor was Stephanie Fulmer. Other '91ers who attended the celebration were Kathleen and Steve Paget with daughter Juka, Will Middelaer, Ross Greenberg, Becky Abeles, Joi Smith, and Bob Koenig. Steve and Jennifer continued with a report that they are both in graduate school in Canada. Steve is working in the history of technology at the U. of Toronto, while Jennifer is studying evolutionary psychology at McMaster U. in Hamilton, Ont. Congratulations on your wedding, and best of luck in grad school.

Lt. Benjamin Watson also sent news about a more recent wedding that he attended. In February, Bill Devinney married Natalie Miranda (Tulane '91). Also in attendance were David Cynn, Jeff Rotella, Debi Reich, and Wendy Hobson. Ben added what each classmate is now up to: Bill is working for the Fried, Frank law firm in Washington, DC and plans to go to law school next year. David is a banker at Samuel Montagu in New York City, while Jeff is attending Boston College law school, Debi is in the Labor Dept. in Washington, DC, and Wendy is at Cornell Medical College. The sender of this news is busy also, as he serves at Camp Lejeune, NC as a Marine Corps lieutenant. Thanks for the gossip, Ben; hope your six-month tour at sea is a successful and peaceful one.

Trevor Morris sent a note informing me that he is working as an actuary in San Francisco. Sorry to hear that you are not enjoying your job, Trevor, but I'm glad to know that you are still "getting a taste of the real world." Keep us posted on whether or not you decide to pursue mathematics in grad school.

Greg Stoller wrote from overseas, where he has been working for the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo since March 1992. He claims to love his job and the "exciting Tokyo nightlife." Scott Berniker is working at Chemical Bank in Manhattan and has been practicing up on his golf game. Meanwhile, Dave Russ is on the West Coast, in San Francisco, making good use of his Hotel school background and is working as a private masseur.

Hope you all have a wonderfully relaxing summer. Please keep on sending your news so I can keep writing our class column. * Melanie Bloom, 128 E. 85th St., #4B, NYC 10028.

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