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Milestones: Marriages and Births
This article originally appeared in the Bentley Magazine.
Alison A. Curtin ’95 to Brett Howlett on October 4, 2008.
Suzanne M. Curtin ’92 to Kevin Hall on November 18, 2007.
Erin K. Lach ’03 to Andrew T. Lynch ’03 on September 20, 2008.
Mark D. Mancini ’07 to Carolyn Ryan on August 9, 2008.
Emily K. Olmstead ’04 to Joshua Serrin on August 22, 2008.
Charles W. Stuart ’98 to Rachel Elizabeth Hughes on September 20, 2008.
Angela Trela ’02 to Ron Magby ’02 on May 2, 2009.
To Dana Paul Davis ’89 and wife Tammy Lynn, Huntersville, N.C., a son, Dane Derringer.
To Kristin K. (Manna) Foristall ’98 and husband John, Braintree, Mass., a girl, Kaiya Manna.
To Scott J. Frerichs ’97 and wife Miko, Nashua, N.H., a son, Ryden Izumi Tachibana.
To Sandra E. (Foss) ’95 and husband Peter B. Hinkley ’94, Auburn, Maine, a son, Ramsey Fredrick.
To Stacey (Rudolph) ’99 and husband Michael C. Kennedy ’99, Billerica, Mass., a boy, Colin Michael. He joins big sister Caitlin Denise.
To Taryn D. Krikorian ’04 GBE and husband Daniel, North Billerica, Mass., twins Alexander Daniel and Leah Darcy.
To Kevin J. Lagac ’91 and wife Kelly, Smyrna, Ga., a daughter, Harper Claire.
To Gina-Marie (Silvestri) Lynch ’95, ’98 MBA and husband Michael, Saint Augustine, Fla., a girl, Olivia Brea. She joins sister Juliana.
To Bryan O’Connor ’02 and wife Jill, South Portland, Maine, a girl, Jocelyn Grace.
To Kerry (O’Leary) ’97 and husband Kevin I. Salerno ’97, Tewksbury, Mass., a daughter, Chloe Anne. The welcoming committee included big sister Riley Ives.
To Carey M. (Desrosiers) ’03 and husband Robert F. Shurtleff ’03, Halifax, Mass., a girl, Cassidy Alexis. The family also includes brother Carter.
To Scott Warnetski ’99 and wife Patti, Ashland, Mass., twins Adam James and Sophia May.
To Stephanie (Groves) ’00 and husband Brian M. Znoj ’00, Mansfield, Mass., a daughter, Abigail Elizabeth. Abigail joins twin brothers Tyler and Andrew.
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