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Aubrey Helmuth Miller ’06 and Clinton Miller moved to Apple Creek, Ohio, in the fall of 2013 after more than a year of adventuring and seasonal work at Wilderness Wind in Ely, Minn. Kristin E. Walker ’06 and Adam Jones, Chicago, celebrated the birth of Neil Walker Jones on Sept. 28, 2013. 26 Kristin Yoder ’06 and Johnny Trujillo, Denver, were married Sept. 14, 2013. 27

design from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., in May 2011. Hilary Mayhew ’08, Washington, D.C., is the Gallaudet University Regional Interpreter Education Center project coordinator. GURIEC serves a 14-state region to provide research, education and training to increase the size, skill and diversity of the interpreting profession in the United States. Jonny Gerig Meyer ’08 and Hannah Gerig Meyer ’08 (staff ’11-present), Goshen, celebrated the birth of Gracie Rose on Nov. 25, 2013. 28

NOTES Kristi Bowman ’07 served with Jubilee Partners of Comer, Ga., for two volunteer terms in 2013, primarily teaching English to refugees and working on the maintenance crew. In the summer of 2013 she biked 3,700 miles from Savannah, Ga., to Vancouver, B.C., to raise funds for Fuller Center for Housing. She is now living and working as a massage therapist in the Goshen area and hopes to return to Jubilee Partners in the fall of 2014 for a longer term of service. Sarah Roth-Mullet ’07 and Luke Roth-Mullet, Hesston, Kan., celebrated the birth of Ana Florence on April 26, 2013.

2008 NOTES Christina Kniss ’08, Springfield, Ohio, a freelance graphic and Web designer, works as an administrative assistant to the English department and women’s studies program at Wittenberg University. She completed a B.F.A. in studio art with a concentration in graphic

2009 NOTES Jenna Buller Nofziger ’09 and Reuben Maldonado Nofziger ’11, Everett, Wash., were married on Aug. 3, 2013. Sheldon Good ’09 works as an employment and community outreach specialist at Community of Hope in Washington, D.C.

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Andrew Landis ’09 has been working with opera companies across the country, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning production of “Silent Night” aired nationally on television on PBS in December 2013. He worked as an assistant stage manager for the production. He will work with the Minnesota Opera until April and then head to the west coast where he will be part of a team at the San Francisco Opera through December 2014.

BANDPAGE FOUNDER AGAIN LANDS ON “30 UNDER 30” LIST

Emily Iehle Ott ’09 and Nathan Ott, Columbus, Ohio, celebrated the birth of Kathryn Margery on May 8, 2013. 29

With over a half million musicians as users – including big names like Beyoncé and Bruce Springsteen – BandPage has become the platform of choice for musicians to create new revenue streams and drive higher fan engagement. The San Francisco-based company has been so successful that Sider was recently named to both Inc. Magazine’s and Billboard’s “30 Under 30: Music” lists as well as three times to Forbes’ “30 Under 30: Music.”

Eight years ago, J Sider was mopping floors at small concert venues. Today, the Goshen College alum is founder and CEO of BandPage, a popular online platform for musicians to build a presence and post content for fans.

“After years in the live music industry, I thought, ‘There’s got to be an easier way for musicians to promote themselves and make more money online’,” said Sider on his website. “We’ve built BandPage to manage a musician’s entire online presence with one update on one, central platform.” – By Ariel Ropp ’13 26

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