joying the new position and life out West.
Andy Davison
and Stephanie Chapell were
married on June 30, 2012. They were introduced
Kyle Davidson,
who was roommates with
Andy for a number of years in Boston. The happy
couple resides in Dedham, Mass., just outside of
Boston. Nearby neighbors include Kyle and wife
Danielle and
Ben Rogers
and wife Annie. Andy
is working at Fidelity, where he has been since
Joy Aulicino
and husband Nate Farrell ’07 are
the proud parents of Lillian“Lily”Marie Farrell, who
was born on September 30, 2012. Joy submitted a
photo of little Lily in a St. Lawrence t-shirt!
Britton Wean
moved back to Pittsburgh in Au-
gust 2012 and has been teaching elementary art
at Shady Side Academy. In June 2013, she moved
to the Fox Chapel Country Day School, where she
attended, as the director of development and
marketing. In her spare time, Britton coaches girls
prep ice hockey at Shady Side with
Elizabeth Keyes
Trevor Duffy
happy to announce the birth of their son in
July. Congratulations!
Eileen Svendsen Terzioglu
married Mert Terzi-
oglu last year. Eileen had been living in Boston as
an oncology nurse practitioner, but they are now
in Istanbul, where Eileen is taking a break from
her career, enjoying Turkish culture and trying to
learn the language.
Beth Alimi Cook
graduated cum laude from
Vermont Law School in May, with a juris doctor
degree and a general practice certificate. Con-
gratulations, Beth!
Randy Olivo
and fianceé Bonnie Taveras wel-
comed a daughter, Victoria, on April 8. Randy was
recently elected to the St. Lawrence Alumni Ex-
ecutive Council, where he will serve as a member
of the Finance & Resources Committee.
Congratulations also to
Heather McCauley-
elected to a McCurdy-Sprague
Trustee position on the St. Lawrence Board of
Trustees, as noted in the spring magazine. Mc-
Curdy-Sprague Trustees are selected from among
young alumni (at least two years since graduation,
but nomore than 10) to ensure that the board has
young alumni input on decisions that influence
St. Lawrence. Heather, an epidemiologist in Pitts-
burgh, will serve a four-year termalongside fellow
McCurdy Sprague Trustee Jon Cardinal ’08.
Megan Bernier ’07
Mildon Road
Canton, NY 13617
404-617-7851 (
Next Reunion: 10
, 2017
It was a slow summer for updates from class-
mates. It had better be because you were too
busy getting together and seeing each other!
Guin Seaward
has been busy! On February 1,
she got engaged to Rob Shore, aVanderbilt gradu-
ate, who she met her very first day at Albany Law
School. “Albany Law does assigned seating by last
name, so I guess you can say the school set us up,”
shewrote, adding that they didn’t start datinguntil
months later. They plan to wed in September 2014
in Toronto – she promises photos! Guin and Rob
have bought their first home, inWashington, D.C.
Another classmate got engaged early this sum-
mer –
Meg Martin
She and fiancé Mark Morley
have had a lot of success locally with their restau-
rants, and it’s fun to watch them do so well (and
provide the North Country with great food!). Last
spring, the couple opened Between the Buns in
Potsdam, a (much-needed) sports bar in the area.
Lots to celebrate this upcoming year!
Elizabeth Pimentel
is living in California and
gearing up for her last year of graduate school in
the University of San Francisco's Human Rights
Education program. “I've moved to Oakland and
I'm really enjoying learning about this commu-
nity,”she says.“I'mworking in legal aid; I help low-
income clients represent themselves in civil cases
in areas such as family law and bankruptcy. The
work of legal education has been extremely re-
warding. When I'm not working, I'm participating
in the Bay Area's Cuban salsa scene, reading and
bike-riding as much as possible.”
Elizabeth is the first to send in a book recommen-
dation for the Class of 2007 (and anyone else!):
The New JimCrow
by Michelle Alexander.“I highly
recommend it for those interested in learning
about racial discrimination in the criminal justice
system,”she says.
She looks forward to sharing time with her
KDS sisters and other alumni. “Just recently I saw
Christine Hogan ’06 for a birthday gathering and
Corinne Prigo ’05, when she came to California for
a brief visit,”she said.
Yordan Minev
Christine Mineva
are mov-
ing to Lausanne, Switzerland, this fall. Yordan will
be pursuing a full-year MBA at the Institute for
Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne,
while Christine will be teaching IB English at Haut-
Lac International School inVevey, Switzerland.“We
are very excited to be starting on this new journey
in Europe, where we will also be able to spend
more time with family and friends in the area,”she
said. “If Laurentians are ever in the Lake Geneva
area of Switzerland or France, give us a shout!”
News happens year-round, so please don’t wait
until a deadline comes up to send me what’s go-
ing on with you! My email inbox is open 24/7; I
hope to hear frommore of you soon!
Justin Lynch ’08
Woodlawn Terrace
Syracuse, NY 13203
Mobile Phone: 585-506-5592
Next Reunion: 5
, 2014 (
cluster with ’09, ’10)
Many classmates experienced an aggressive
travel schedule this summer as Saints tied the
knot all over the world. Here is a recap (I’m sure
there are more that I’ve missed, so make sure to
send me your notes):
On May 25,
Michaela Stewart
married Dave
Moody in her hometown of Averill Park, N.Y., at
The Old Daley Inn on Crooked Lake (my home-
town). Michaela is the assistant director of un-
dergraduate affinity programs at Cornell and
they live in Ithaca.
Alumni Executive Council President Stephen Todd ’92, left, and President Bill Fox ’75, right, flank
this year’s award recipients, from left
Christine Koski '79, Lennelle "Lennie" Dougherty
McKinnon '58, Nancy Mott Frank '67
Joe Richardson ’63
Koski and McKinnon received
Alumni Citations, Frank the Sol Feinstone Award for Humanitarian Service, and Richardson the
Manley Society Achievement Award for his participation in planned giving.
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