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Jaimee Lynn Geoffrey-White ’18 will serve as Account Coordinator at French/West/Vaughan (FWV), one of the nation’s largest independently-owned public relations, advertising and digital marketing agencies.
Mikayla R. Lambert ’18 started working as a Customer Relations Coordinator at Dunkin Brands.
Ryan M. Randall ’18 is living in CT where she works part time for the start up tech company, GoNation.
Vanessa T. Rizzitano ’18 won a student emmy award for "best short form non-fiction" film in New England and immediately started a new position as a news writer for Boston 25 News (Fox).
William E. Cullen ’17 began the next chapter of his career by accepting a job offer at Tech Start up TransitScreen in Downtown Washington, D.C.
Nick Foye ’17 works as an Associate Producer on the reality show "Braxton Family Values."
Elizabeth Hance ’17 is currently working as a project manager for ScribeAmerica.
Alea Gilhuly-Mandel ’16 received her Master's Degree in Public Relations and Journalism from Richmond University, located in Central London. Alea is now working for KNB Communications, a medical PR company, located in Stamford, CT.
Clyde M. Love ’16 began working as a model risk analyst for Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston.
Alexandra O'Donnell ’16 has been accepted to the Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program in partnership with CU Denver. She will be studying for her MA in Education and Human Development.
Adam Mettling ’15 is a Network Administrator for the YMCA of the North Shore in Beverly, MA.
Christina Wallis ’15 accepted a full-time position at Empire Telecom as a Site Acquisition Operations Specialist.
Danielle Ferguson ’14 is a Family Nurse Practitioner at UMass Medical Center in Labor and Delivery.
Peter Maxwell ’14 currently working as a television news reporter for the oldest NBC affiliate in the country, located in Spokane, Washington.
Daniel Rubin ’12 moved back to Boston 2015 to pursue a career in healthcare, working for Commonwealth Care Alliance. He is now the Business System Analyst at Harbar, LLC and loves what he does. Daniel was also a member of the Boston Maccabi Rugby Team who won the NERFU New England Rugby Championship in April 2018.
Melissa Tanquary ’12 and Steven Levitt ‘12 married on July 15, 2018.
Emily A. Baran ’09 and Rodney Hughes (Mayfield, PA) announce their engagement and will be married in October, 2018 in Canonsburg, PA where they now reside.
Jurell K. Smith ’09 is the Digital Manager for the BRAM Auto Group, responsible for four brands (Lexus, Audi, Nissan, and Chevy) and six websites.
Stephen J. Brodette ’08 MBA
Sayde J. Drew ’08 received a Master's Degree in School Psychology in 2012, married in 2014, and now has a 2 year old daughter, with a baby sister on the way in November of 2018!
Maegan E. Holland ’08 was recently engaged on a Caribbean cruise in Jamaica, and is planning a wedding for September 14, 2019 on Lake Winnipesaukee.
Kristin M. Cardinale ’06 married Lieutenant Craig Cardinale of the United States Navy.
Susanna Falcon Tran ’06 welcomed her first child, a baby boy, Alexander Paul Falcon on February 21, 2018 with husband Paul Falcon. Susanna and Paul were married in April of 2017.
Joseph F. Morabito ’06 returned to Uncle Toad's Media Group in mid-May for a number of live sporting and concert events in the summer of 2018. This move comes after a year and half at Magical Elves. Joseph also committed to another 2-year term as Events Committee Chair for the Producers Guild of America.
Nicole Asselin ’04 recently signed a publishing contract for a series of Cozy Mysteries with Pandamoon Publishing. The book, scheduled for release in the coming months, is set in the baseball world on the South Shore of Massachusetts.
Matthew Chant ’99 and wife welcomed William Matthew Chant on January 2, 2018.
Adam Rothenberg ’98 celebrated 12 years as the Senior Facilities Manager at Spotco, one of Broadway's leading ad agencies.
Calandra Parsons ’97 lives in Asheville, NC where she works for The Wall Street Journal.
Autumn E. Bunche ’96 started a new job in September of 2017, working for the Local Authority as an Inclusion Team Leader.
Constantine T. Papayani ’96 is currently a project manager at SV Microvave in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Jim M. Stapleton ’85 coached the Massasoit Community College basketball team to their first ever NJCAA Championship. Jim has been the head coach for 17 years and has won five state titles and two New England championships. Jim also serves as coach of the Women's Soccer team.
Timothy M. Garvey ’73 is a member of the National Policy Committee for NAGLREP (National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals). Timothy also served as the 2017 President- Elect of the RCA MA (REALTORS COMMERCIAL ALLIANCE of Massachusetts), and is now President as of 2018. Timothy serves on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Association of Realtors where he is a member of the Government Affairs and Forms Committees. Separately, he also serves on the Professional Standards Committee for the Greater Boston Association of Realtors (GBAR) where I was recently recognized as a LIFE Member.
Toby Marxuach-Gusciora ’68 retired in 2015 from NYC DOE after a 25 year plus career. In 2017 I became a Field Consultant for Pace University working with first year teachers in Teaching Fellows Program.
Donna LaBarbera ’66 is a retired teacher.
Jeff Helzel ’63 recently celebrated his 50th anniversary with his wife Judith.
Lucille Olsen ’59, now 80 years old, is a retired elementary teacher, and is looking to connect with other Perry Normal School grads from the Class of ’59.
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