LAUREL STEWART ’01 has lived in Ithaca, NY for seven years, where she enjoys the vibrant community that comes with small-town living. She recently started a new job at Parasoft Corporation, where she is the Director of Digital Marketing. She makes frequent visits to headquarters, so if there are any SCDS transplants in the L.A. area, she’d love to say “Hi!” Stewart also teaches yoga and enjoys hiking travel adventures. She is pictured on a recent hut-to-hut-snowshoe-backpacking trip in Colorado’s San Juan mountain range. CONOR MYHRVOLD ‘03 is coming up on
three years with Uber in San Francisco; he runs their engineering blog (eng.uber.com) and open source software initiatives. He became a volunteer elephant seal tour guide at Año Nuevo State Park, leading people to see this great, big, floppy animal when they come ashore twice a year! CONOR HANIFY ’10
was elected to the Middlebury College Computer Science Student Advisory Committee. In this role, he deals with broadening communication between students and professors and assists in evaluating applicants for faculty positions. He was appointed Director of Technology for the Middlebury Student Government Association, as well as elected Treasurer of the Men’s Frisbee Team. WALKER FRANKENBERG ‘14, ETHAN FRINK ‘15, JOHN RANDOLPH ‘13, BEN LEWIS ‘13, and JACK MELIN ’13 competed on the
Lakeside Lions’ Ultimate team at the State Championship on Saturday, October 29, 2016. They won 15-9 against Cleveland High School.
MICHAEL ROYZEN ’14 spends
nights working on his iOS applications, which have had nearly 25,000 downloads. His application, Ryde, warns when to leave to get to a particular place on-time based on general traffic patterns. RecipeReadr, another one of Royzen’s applications, allows complete voice control for reading recipes while you cook. RecipeReadr was featured by Yahoo and by BGR. He was recently one of approximately 300 high school and college students around the world hand-selected by Apple to attend the World Wide Developers Conference. KYLE HOWE ’17
recently attained the rank of Eagle Scout. Howe is in his final year at Crocker Middle School in Hillsborough, CA. He is actively involved in crew and student council, where he is currently serving as his school’s Vice President. He continues to keep in touch with many of his friends from SCDS and encourages those in the Bay Area to stop by for a visit.
ALLISON DOYLE BASS ‘91 (October 17, 1977 – April 28, 2016) was born in Seattle, WA to loving and proud parents, Mike and Roberta Doyle. She spent her early years attending Seattle Country Day School (1984-1989) prior to attending Lakeside (1989-1993) and the Bush School (1993-1995). Allison went on to attend Washington and Lee University ’99 and began work in the financial services industry in Seattle. Shortly thereafter, she made the decision to focus on the education sector and took a position at Seattle Country Day School as the Assistant Director of Development. Her attention to detail, dedication, and organization was unparalleled. In the words of Head of School Michael G. Murphy, “Allison was a loyal and dependable member of the SCDS Development Office whose passion for SCDS—especially its alumni—advanced the school in many positive and longstanding ways.” Allison also led the work to create and develop SCDS’s first website. She was an advocate for education and went on to obtain her master’s degree in education policy from the University of Washington. Allison will be greatly missed by the entire Seattle Country Day School community. Memorial contributions may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
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