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speaking of football,
Chris Phelps
former st.
Lawrence head football coach, led the salisbury
school Knights to the 2012 nepsa c class a new
england championship. in three years at salis-
bury, he has won two new england champion-
ships and has accumulated an overall record of
assisting him are former st. Lawrence as-
sistant coach James simboli M’08 and former st.
Lawrence Head athletic trainer Jason pennella.
Tammy Badger Lemmer,
who is active in her
local r otary, girl scouts and other community
activities, has been elected to her local school
board. tammy and Jeff ’90 live in Haslett, Mich.,
with their two children; the oldest was recently
accepted into college for next fall. congrats,
i had a chance to spend some time over the holi-
days with sigma pi alumni and fellow Buffaloni
Chad Kahler.
tom still runs
his company, Food service enablers, while chad is
busy as a dentist. Both were enjoying the Buffal
winter, spending time skiing with their families.
i keep in touch with a number of folks via Face-
book and am sure there is much more news to
share, so please shoot me amessage via Facebook
or the email address at the top of this column. i
look forward to hearing from more of you about
your families, your job or your mini-reunions with
classmates. Feel free to send me a picture and
some information if you have any get-togethers
with any sLU friends.
Lisa Kiene ’92
West 66th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64113
Facebook: SLU ’92
next r eunion: 25
, 2017
Chris Gardner
Mt. Pleasant Terrace
Newtown, CT 06470
203-364-0822 (
203-264-5554 (
Fax: 203-264-7098
next r eunion: 25
, 2018
Tom Wetherald
and his wife, Maryanne, wel-
comed son samuel James Houghton wetherald
into the world last september 8. He was a healthy
pounds and 19 inches long. t he wetheralds
live in cohasset, Mass., south of Boston.
Chris Kenny
married r osemary Jurkowski on
June 16 at cardigan Mountain school chapel in
canaan, n.H., where chris has taught english for
years and r osemary is an admissions coordi-
nator. t hey honeymooned in puerto r ico. t hey
met while rock climbing in the white Mountains
national Forest.
i’d like to thank those classmates and friends
from sLU who reached out to Kath and me in De-
cember after the tragedy in newtown, my home-
town and the place that we have called home
with our children since 1998.
KieranM. Killeen ’94
Beacon Street
South Burlington, VT 05403
802-951-1946 (
802-656-3250 (
next r eunion: 20
, 2015 (
cluster with ’95, ’96)
Kieran Killeen
has volunteered to fill the role of
class reporter. please send him your personal and
professional updates.
samantha C. Bixby ’95
Spring Canyon Heights, #103
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
next r eunion: 20
, 2015 (
cluster with ’94, ’96)
steve r eiss ‘62 wrote to the University that in
January he and his son
James Reiss
right) cel-
ebrated James’s 40th birthday by joining a group
climbing tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro, africa’s tallest
mountain at more than 19,300 feet.
tanya R. Parrott ’96
Handerson Place, #405
Manassas Park, VA 20111
next r eunion: 20
, 2015 (
cluster with ’94, ’95)
Brian Bourquin
came to our rescue for this
edition, answering my desperate plea for news.
Brian has a new professional venture, Dr. B con-
cierge veterinary clinic. He writes that after prac-
ticing for three years in Boston at the south Bay
veterinary group and eight years as an associate
veterinarian at Fresh pond animal Hospital in Bel-
mont, Mass.,“the corporate model was just not in
line with the level of personalized veterinary care
that i sought; thus was born Dr. B concierge vet-
erinary clinic!”
t he clinic’s services include house calls, tailored
care for the aging pet, and nutrition and behav-
ior advice. Brian wants to expand into radiology,
ultrasound, surgery, and dentistry capabilities.”
check it out at
according to the site, “Dr. Bourquin spends his
leisure time volunteering, dining out, hiking, lis-
tening to music, collecting trendy gadgets and
enjoying the latest fashion trends. He also enjoys
spending time with his friends [many of whom
are st. Lawrence grads, Brian notes]. He resides
in Boston with paul, his life partner and business
manager; a lovable german short-haired pointer
named grace (a klutz!); and a lovely r agdoll kitty
named graham.” Brian writes that the most re-
cent addition is a fi e-month-old rescued Brussels
griffon named gretel.
t hanks for the news, Brian. i know all of our
classmates joinme in wishing you the best of luck
in this endeavor. i only wish youmade house calls
to virginia!
i hope this column finds everyone well. take a
few minutes out of your busy schedule to drop
me a line so i can let the rest of the class know
what you’ve been up to. it’s painless, i promise!
KerriWilliams ’97
Fingar Rd.
Hudson, NY 12534-4271
h) 518-828-0842
c) 518-567-9940
next r eunion: 15
May 30-June 2, 2013 (cluster
with ’98, 99)
we all know it is our 15th r eunion this year. we
aren’t getting any younger, but i am sure we are
getting more interesting, so send me your news!
at r eunion,
Andre White
will be playing some
music withtrevor nicholson‘98, Brendan DeMelle
and peytontochterman‘00, so there is motiva-
tion right there to go! Hope to see you all.
andre has two daughters: phoenix amaya, 5, and
r yder islea, 2. phoenix is a soccer player, like dad,
and is also playing ice hockey in prince william
county, va.
congratulations to
Kristen Caracoglia Culver
who married Brian culver in pelham, n.H., on no-
vember 3, 2012. t hey honeymooned in Florida,
visiting Delray Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami.
Kristen is a Mary Kay consultant and her husband
is a freelance architect. see “wedding album” for
a picture.
Laura Erdman Sudnik
and husband ed ‘98 wel-
comed their second child, caitlin, last august. she
joins proud new sister ellie, 5, and they are living
in shrewsbury, Mass.
Gray Bullard
sent a quick shout out. He is living
in greenwich/r iverside, conn., and working at ge
asset Management.
f ind out what’s happening at
st. Lawrence right now. awrenceu