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Stephen Chesterton ’04 and Emily Sargent Chesterton ’04 welcomed a baby boy, Peter William, on Oct. 17, 2011. The family lives in Rockville, Md.
Janalle Kaloi '05 and Erich Chen '04 were married at Lanikuhonua in Kapolei, Hawaii, on December 20, 2008. Other Broncos in attendance included Kenneth Flanagan '04, Anthony Black '04, Michael Bruggemann '03, Alex Wright '04, Taylor Bedilion '05, Robin Bell '05, Amanda Bloomberg '08, Jessica Bruggemann '98, J.D. '01, Sean Burns, Christopher Iwamura '08, Eric Kochanski '05, Sean McGlynn '04, Jenny Ruso '04, Richard Ruso '03, MBA '07, and Francisco Zepponi '05.
Carin (Posedel) Causey ’04 and husband Dave welcomed their first child, a son, Owen William, on November 10, 2011.
Lindsay Caron ’04, MA ’07 writes: My husband James Caron and I welcomed a baby boy, Luke Andrew Caron on January 15, 2014.
Mary (Chandler) Carlich ’04, J.D. ’07 married Nick Carlich on April 26, 2014, in an awesome barn in Canby, Ore. Representing SCU as bridesmaids were Betsy Seus ’04, Amanda Kremer ’04, Becca (Johansen) Auten ’04, and Inna Petrovsky J.D. ’07. The bride didn't realize until now how many of her bridesmaids were from SCU. Go Broncos!
Mike Brownlee '04 joined the law firm of Fisher, Rushmer, Werrenrath, Dickson, Talley and Dunlap as an associate in October. He will focus his practice on civil litigation, insurance-related matters, professional malpractice defense and appellate law.
Richard Augustus Brackett ’04 and Kelly Marie Morrison ’04 daughter of Kay ’74 and Paul Morrison ’73, were married on August 23, 2013 in Sacramento, Calif. Dating commenced after their 5 year Grand Reunion.
Jeff Bochsler ’04, inspired by his travels abroad during his time at Santa Clara University and after, recently published the e-book Be Multinational.
This book highlights 22 stories of everyday citizens from all over the globe who have traveled, lived, worked, and studied outside their birth country. Their stories of courage, strength, creativity, and growth remind us that venturing abroad is not a step back but a large step forward in our career, academic, and life pursuits. Bochsler writes, "Whether you've spent long stints abroad or never before, this book is sure to enliven a multinational spirit within you, knock down those barriers holding you back from booking your next ticket, and have you wondering why it took this long. A new language, experience, broadened perspective, and skill set is waiting. You will be better for it. The world will be better for it."
http://www.BeMultinational.com or Jeff.Bochsler@Gmail.com
Lindsey Santos '04 and Adam Bishop were wed at Mission Santa Clara on May 30, 2010. The wedding party included Lindsey's sister, Christie (Santos) Ille '02 and Nicole Marciano '04, M.A. '09. Other alumni in attendence included Ken Ille '03, Sallie Krochalis '04, Marlene Bennett '04, J.D. '08, Patrick Scanlan '10, Rebecca (Kniss) Wolfe '02 and Wendy Marlin (Moore) '93. The couple resides in Santa Clara.
Rob Bevegni ’04 married Stephanie Howell ’08 on Sept. 6, 2014, in Truckee, California. They live in San Francisco.
Melinda Becker '04, M.A. '06, a classical singer, recently earned her M.F.A. in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She performs frequently as a soloist and as a member of Duo Fado in the U.S. and internationally, with guitarist Thomas Walsh. This July, they were featured in a Spanish song festival in Madrid, Spain and will begin a London concert tour in September. Melinda is a member of the music faculty at Marymount College in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., and lives in San Francisco.
www.DuoFado.com www.facebook.com/duofado www.MelindaBecker.net
Cam (Elkin) Barsness '04 and her husband Erik welcomed their first daughter, Reece Anne Barsness, on Dec. 17th. Reece was 6 lbs, 3 oz, and 19.75 inches.
Cameron (Elkin) Barsness '04 and her husband Erik are happy to announce the arrival of their second child, a boy named Thymer William, born May 20, 2011.
Michael Baranick '04 and Erin (Rieger) Baranick '04 welcomed their first child, Nolan James, on Oct. 4, 2012. The family lives in Seattle.
Mike Baranick '04 and Erin (Rieger) Baranick '04 - a son, Nolan James on October 4, 2012. The family lives in Seattle.
Becca Johansen ’04 married Marc Auten at the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, Ore. on August 24, 2013. In attendance, as the most awesome bridesmaid, was Mary Chandler ’04, J.D. ’07. The couple lives with their two dogs, Phoebe and Goose, in Portland, Ore.
Karen Dazols Albers ’04 and Joe Albers ’02 welcomed their son Lucas into the world this past April. Karen is a kindergarten teacher in Sunnyvale. Joe serves as founding Principal of Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School, which opened this fall. Cristo Rey prepares low income students for college through a unique model of education where students work one day a week for companies and non-profits. They live in San Jose.
Callie Reger '04 and Andrew Abrahamowicz were married on March 6, 2011, in Bellevue, Wash. The couple resides in the Seattle area where Callie works as a nurse practitioner.
Callie (Reger) Abrahamowicz ’04 and her husband Andrew welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Ainslie Anne, on October 7, 2013. The family lives in Bellevue, Wash.
Amielynn Abellera '04 was profiled in the article “Directed down an alternate path,” on Recordnet.com. Abellera, who was pre-med at SCU and always thought she’d be a general practice physician, traded an interest in medicine for her passion for acting. She landed her first professional in the premiere production of Buffalo'ed, playing this month at San Jose Stage Company.
Phil Winston M.A. '05 has been chosen as the principal of Palo Alto High School. He taught special education in the Milpitas Unified School District before coming to Palo Alto in 2005, and has been the assistant principal at Gunn High School since 2007.
Phil Winston M.A. '05 is the new principal at Palo Alto High School. He plans to be an observable and accesible presence on campus. "It's about being open and visible and being with folks," he told the Mercury News.