Jennifer Knight (Bakersfield, CA) Lester and I have three girls—Megan, Abigail, and Emily (4, 2, and 1 respectively).They are our reasons for being. I’m still teaching third grade and loving it! • Marie Kruse (Maricopa, AZ) I am loving life in Maricopa now that we’re close to my parents (both my parents and we bought houses there). Justice is now 11 and Hunter is 20 months, so life is never dull. • Pati Ranieri (McMinnville, OR) I have sold my home in Joshua Tree, and I am moving to McMinnville in December. I am very excited about the move and look forward to beginning again. I am also continuing my work on my Ph.D.
Rebecca Giacosie Marchand (Santa Barbara, CA) I married Hugues Marchand, a French-Canadian engineer, in July at Elings Park in Santa Barbara. Amy Colton (’98), Cheryl Laven (’00) and Elaine Musgrave (’98) were there. In September, I had the honor and privilege to officiate Elaine’s wedding to Michael Wood-Vasey (HMC ’98). • Heather Phillips (Tucson, AZ) I’m getting ready to graduate from the University of Arizona with an M.A. in library science. I hope to embark on my career as a law librarian soon. Also, I recently learned that an article I wrote on the historical relationship between national security law and libraries will be published in the upcoming spring/summer 2005 issue of Progressive Librarian. I’m quite excited, as this is my first real publication.
Kristin Wilson Duarte (Virginia Beach, VA) Our oldest daughter, Gianna, just turned three and is an outstanding big sister to our new baby. Mario (CMC ’98) is stationed at Naval Air Station Oceana and now flying the F18 instead of the F14. I am about two-thirds of the way through my Master’s in Education program, and I plan to begin my student teaching in September. • Katherine Zucca (Washington, D.C.) I finished my clerkship with a federal judge in Los Angeles last fall and made the move to Washington, D.C., just in time for winter! I am now practicing securities law as an associate with Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP.
Vaidehi Campbell (Santa Cruz, CA) I recently became president of the Monterey Bay Water Works Association, a group that hosts educational gatherings and workshops on topics for Water Works employees in the Monterey Bay Area. I’m living with my husband at UC, Santa Cruz. • Kimberly Marion (Montpelier,VT) I have been working for the Sierra Club as a wilderness organizer for the last year and a half. Living in Montpelier with my husband, Samak, is wonderful. This is the first time in life he has seen snow, and we enjoy the outdoors by skiing and snowshoeing. Last year I had the adventure of working in a swing state (NH) to turn out environmental voters to the polls on November 2. Now I am really enjoying my work to advance wilderness protection in Vermont and also helping with a clean energy campaign. Can’t wait for biking season to arrive. • Sarah Saucy Pitman (Portland, OR) This June I will graduate as a dentist from Oregon Health and Science University. I’m definitely looking forward to joining the working world.
married on April 3, 2005, at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana,
Jung Fitzpatrick (Ukiah, CA) Doing well—finishing my AmeriCorps VISTA service in April and anticipating new adventures. Meanwhile, I am excited about showing my travel photography and exploring more creative avenues. • Gretchen Lindsay (Roche Harbor, WA) Thanks to all the great experience I got at the Motley, I am currently managing a million-dollar café and espresso stand in the San Juan Islands. I am learning the restaurant industry from the inside at Roche Harbor Village and spending my peaceful nights watching clear skies. • Rochelle Dee-Ellen Smith (Woburn, MA) I have almost completed my degree program at Harvard. I am enjoying New England but looking forward to warmer weather on my next assignment.
Ivy Grey ’01 and Travis Hill were
CA. They have bought a house in Houston, where Ivy begins law school at the University of Houston Law Center in late August.
Helen Silverberg ’93 married Arnim Wolter in June 2004 in Portola Valley, CA. Friends (from left) Gabby Giffords ’93, Freya Prowe (Pitzer ’94), and Julie Keeler ’93 attended the ceremony.
Erin Lennon (Santa Barbara, CA) is in her second year of UCSB’s Ph.D. program in chemical engineering.
Published on Mar 21, 2005