Head of School On the Road Head of School Rob Short along with selected faculty members traveled to Virginia Tech and RandolphMacon this fall to catch up with Trinity alums. Alumni got to hear all the news from Trinity, and they talked about how well prepared they feel for college, their next steps, and the things they love and miss about Trinity.
Class of 2001 Katie Knarr Pleasant ’01 wrote: “My husband, Adam, and I welcomed twins, Anne Porter and Langdon, on November 14, 2016. We reside in Charlotte, NC, where Adam works in the risk advisory practice of Dixon Hughes Goodman and I work in financial services consulting for Ernst & Young.”
Class of 2003 Paige Schurlknight Antill ’03 wrote: “My husband, Gregory, and I live in Southern Pines, NC, which is located right outside of Fort Bragg. We met in college at West Virginia University, where he majored in mechanical engineering and I majored in fashion merchandising. He serves in the US Army and I work for R.Riveter — a handbag company that provides careers for military spouses and makes handbags out of upcycled military materials. Our company’s co-founders appeared on Shark Tank earlier this year and it has taken oﬀ since then. We tied the knot on October 7 in the Outer Banks during Hurricane Matthew. Emily Schurlknight Warren ’05 and Ashley Hall ’03 were bridesmaids and Seth Schurlknight ’07 was a groomsmen in our wedding.” Annie Thompson Frankfort ’03 and her husband, Stuart, welcomed their daughter, Gwyn Stuart, on September 9, 2016. She weighed 8 pounds and was 21 inches long.
Class of 2004 Amanda Prine Bryant ’04 wrote: “Eric and I welcomed our second child, a boy, Easton Boone Bryant on October 8, 2016. “Boone” joined his big sister, Lillian Louise (4). We live in Lexington, Kentucky, where I am the director of development for e Kentucky Equine Humane Center and Eric is a realtor.” Joanna Gragnani ’04 wrote: “Neil Nordheim and I welcomed our daughter, Jolene, on September 4, 2016. She joined big brother Freddie. We are doing great and having so much fun as a family of four! Plus our two dogs! ings have been busy but really good.”
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