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Newsmakers

Harry Cohen '42
Harry Cohen '42
After 64 years practicing law in New Milford, Conn., Harry Cohen ’42 has retired. Civic minded and a devout Jew, Cohen was “always thinking about what the community needed, what he could do for the community,” the Spectrum newspaper reported. Cohen left Colby in 1940 to attend law school at Boston University. Colby awarded him an A.B. in 1991. * Lifelong volunteer Jim Rulison ’58 was honored with a 2010 Volunteer Award from Albany (N.Y.) County. Rulison has volunteered for six years with Seniors Teaching and Reaching Out to Students, where he helps elementary students with their homework. Rulison, who taught emotionally disturbed children for 40 years, also pitches in at the Ravena Library. *
Robert Walther '58
Robert Walther '58
Aviation analyst Robert Walther ’58 was recognized for Excellence in Survivability by the Joint Aircraft Survivability Program Office. Pictured in Aircraft Survivability magazine sporting a Colby cap, Walther’s 50-year career testing and analyzing the survivability of combat systems as a Navy officer, army civilian, and contractor is credited for having “impacted nearly every major U.S. combat helicopter in the skies today.” * Consultant Bunny Read McEldowney ’63 received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Colorado Association of Gift and Talented. A former English teacher and gifted education teacher and coordinator, McEldowney was hailed as “a creative, resourceful, and energetic leader whose passion for gifted education is never-ending, even in retirement.” * Best Lawyers selected Kenneth S. Robbins ’63 as the 2010 Hawaii Trail Lawyer of the Year in personal injury litigation. Practicing in Honolulu, Robbins has a more than 90-percent success rate in jury trials and is listed in Best Lawyers in America. *
William McKinney '68
William McKinney '68
Pacific School of Religion honored its president, William McKinney ’68, for 14 years of leadership by the establishing the William McKinney Endowment for Innovation and Leadership. Short-term goals for the fund include a visiting professor in new congregation development and resources for the new PSR president. * Boston Globe reporter Brian MacQuarrie ’74 received the Master Reporter Award for 2009 from the New England Society of Newspaper Editors. “MacQuarrie’s a lyrical writer with a storyteller’s gift for elevating the commonplace to a higher plane.” MacQuarrie also won a prize for Writing and Reporting from the National Headliner Awards and was an embedded reporter in Iraq in 2003. *
Martin Hubbe '76
Martin Hubbe '76
Martin Hubbe ’76 was named one of nine TAPPI Fellows for 2010. The Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry cited Hubbe as providing “exemplary service in the areas of education, research, and technical guidance.” Hubbe, a professor in the department of wood and paper science at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, has nearly 120 publications to his credit and holds five patents. *
Peter Hedberg '80
Peter Hedberg '80
Oklahoma surgeon Peter Hedberg ’80 was on a plane to Haiti five days after the Jan. 12 earthquake. With donated medical supplies and antibiotics, he helped injured and sick residents in an improvised hospital in Port-au-Prince, the Durant Daily Democrat reported. “You just can’t imagine what’s going on here,” he said shortly after he arrived. * Adventurer and bush pilot Tom Claytor ’85 summited Mt. Everest May 17 at 10 a.m. Despite frostbite on his left big toe, Claytor held a Colby banner 29,029 feet aloft. In 1990 Claytor set out to fly around the world and visit all seven continents in his Cessna Timmissartok. * In June Associated Press South regional editor Brian Carovillano ’95 was named Asia/Pacific editor for the AP. Carovillano, who joined the AP in 2001, will oversee news operations from India and Japan to Australia and the Pacific Islands. “In Brian Carovillano, the AP will have an energetic, decisive news leader well-versed in today’s challenges.” *
Nick Lambert '96
Nick Lambert '96
Nick Lambert ’96 was promoted to director of sales and marketing for Sunday River ski resort in Maine. Since 1996 Lambert has “made tremendous contributions to the sales and marketing department of Sunday River,” including bringing the Dumont Cup and a quarterpipe to the mountain. * Bierbrier Development promoted Casey Piche ’98 to vice president of leasing and development. Piche “earned his promotion through his hard work and dedication” at Bierbrier, a developer and owner of shopping centers in eastern Massachusetts. Piche will be responsible for leasing negotiations and researching and evaluating new development opportunities. * Michael Bergan ’02, managing partner at Capitol Consulting Group, was appointed to the board of the Massachusetts Children’s Trust Fund by Governor Deval Patrick. Bergan serves on other boards including the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority and Young Professionals Preventing Child Abuse. *
Rebecca Nisetich '05
Rebecca Nisetich '05
University of Connecticut Teaching Assistant Rebecca Nisetich ’05 won the 2010 Aetna Graduate Teaching Award. Nisetich, a Ph.D. student in English, teaches freshman English and wants her students to understand the “reciprocal relationship between the work we do in the classroom and the lives we live outside it.” * Bryan Gattis ’07 named his cross-country bicycle trip Crossing for Kenya to bring awareness to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in southwestern Kenya, where he lived and volunteered in 2009. Gattis left San Francisco in February and arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla., May 18. He raised $5,000 to send to a health clinic in Rusinga. * In 1995 Laura Kayeum ’10 and three friends put a message in a bottle and tossed it into the Atlantic from Yarmouth, Maine. This March three sisters found the bottle along the harbor in Cohasset, Mass. “I remember thinking, ‘Oh, it’d be cool to have a pen pal in another country,’” Kayeum told the Boston Globe in a story about rekindled friendships and young dreams.

Milestones
Births: A son, Johannes “Jack”, to Robb and Frances van Huystee Morris ’94 * A daughter, Nora Grace, to Liam and Katherine Bordwell Flenniken ’94 * A son, Tyler, to Jason and Katrina Greenfield Hanevelt ’94 * A son, Henry Grayson, to Zachary Lysagth and Heather Lounsbury ’94 * A son, Edward “Teddy” Davis Schulze, to Louis and Rebekah Freeman Schulze ’94 * A daughter, May Lauren, to Lauren and Chris Austin ’94 * A daughter, Alice Leal, to Rafeal and Marina Netta Campos Grande ’94 * A daughter, London Elizabeth, to Josh and Dori Desautel Broudy ’96 * A daughter, Tallulah Dolan, to Joanna Sanborne and Caleb Dolan ’96 * A daughter, Mia Caroline, to Melanie MacBeth ’97 and Roger Binggeli ’96 * Twin daughters, Adeline Elisabeth and Elinor Amelia, to David and Kimberly Berget Salmon ’97 * A daughter, Sienna Rose, to Trish and Steve DiLella ’97 * A son, Jack Benjamin, to Shawn ’93 and April Armstrong Campbell ’97 * A daughter, Julianna Macal, to Tim and Jennifer Lawrence Richman ’97 * A daughter, Evelyn Katherine, to Sean and Leah Tortola Walton ’97 * A daughter, Kate Morrison, to Mery and Matt Burgener ’97 * A son, Connor Jeffrey, to Amanda and Dana Cease ’97 * A son, Henry Johnson, to Keith and Emily Wenzel Reis ’97 * A son, Miles William, to Megan and Jon Parker ’97 * A daughter, Sophia Mary, to Sarah and Tony Hernandez ’97 * A daughter, Vivien Marie, to Hendrik Glaeser and Amanda Glaeser-Bligh ’97 * A son, Alexander Donald, to Judy and Jason Klein ’97 * A son, Colin, to David ’97 and Jenna DeSimone McLaughlin ’98 * A son, Taylor Luke, to Jonathan ’99 and Andrea Hutchins Sickinger ’99

Marriages: Joe Corrigan '97 to Molly Bottoms in Portland, Maine

Deaths: Louise Dyer Hall '32, March 8, 2010, in Augusta, Maine, at 98. * Frederick G. Demers '37, Feb. 8, 2010, in Owls Head, Maine, at 93. * Alfred H. Wheeler '37, April 24, 2010, in Waterville, Maine, at 94. * Gordon S. Young '37, Jan. 24, 2010, in Bar Harbor, Maine, at 95. * James R. Marshall '37,  Nov. 12, 2007, in Standish, Maine, at 93. * Virginia Wing Francis '38, April 27, 2010, in Tallahassee, Fla., at 95. * Charles H. Rimpo '38, March 22, 2010, in Salisbury, Md., at 94. * Leroy N. Young '38, Dec. 7, 2009, in Auburn, Maine, at 95. * Anne Simpson Miller Koch '39, May 21, 2010, in New Harbor, Maine, at 93. * Victoria Hanbury '39, Feb. 1, 2007, in Norwood, Mass., at 89. * Edward A. Sprague Jr. '40, April 13, 2006, in Bath, Maine, at 89. * Elizabeth Sweetser Baxter '41, April 27, 2010, in Bar Harbor, Maine, at 89. * Priscilla Wyman Samways '42, March 27, 2010, in Providence, R.I., at 90. * Marilyn Ireland Steeves '42, June 6, 2010, in Yarmouth, Maine, at 90. * Constance Stanley Shane '45, April 8, 2009, in Watervliet, Mich. * Robert S. Barton '45, March 17, 2010, in Jensen Beach, Fla., at 87. * Norma \"Jill\" Taraldsen Billings '46,  June 3, 2010, in Augusta, Maine, at 85. * Hope Emerson Hatch '46, Dec. 2, 2007, in Clearwater Fla., at 83. * Arthur A. Katz '47, June 11, 2009, in Delray Beach, Fla., at 84. * Lester L. Soule '47, March 30, 2010, in Myrtle Beach, S.C., at 87. * Barbara Bond Wasserman Goucher '48, Jan. 21, 2010, in Wareham, Mass., at 84. * Barbara Morison Cratty '49, May 4, 2009, in Saco, Maine, at 81. * Virginia Cole Daggett '49, March 16, 2010, in Leeds, Mass., at 81. * Laughlin B. Jennings '49, Nov. 24, 2009, in Williamsport, Pa., at 89. * Bertram E. Stritch '49, May 23, 2010, in Albany, N.Y., at 87. * Raymond F. Brackett '50, May 2, 2010, in Londonderry, N.H., at 85. * Earle R. Fayle Jr. '50, April 28, 2010, in Millinocket, Maine, at 88. * Christine Winter Verrengia '50, June 18, 2010, in Farmington, Maine, at 83. * Marvin T. Aarseth '51,  Aug. 12, 2007, in Port Orange, Fla., at 78. * Helen Ritsher Augusta '51,  March 31, 2010, in Newburyport, Mass., at 80. * Marilyn Drake Marden '51, April 18, 2010, in Glen Mills, Pa., at 80. * Margaret Preston Slingerland '51, April 30, 2010, in Ft. Myers, Fla., at 81. * Jean Huntington Brobeck '52, March 3, 2010, in Bedford, Va., at 79. * Robert A. Cooke '53, Dec. 6, 2009, in Green Cove Springs, Fla., at 78. * Elaine Zervas Stamas '53, May 10, 2010, in Scarsdale, N.Y., at 78. * Nancy Eustis Huprich '54, June 5, 2010, in Lutz, Fla., at 77. * Mary Owen Rutter '54, May 9, 2010, in Bridport, Vt., at 77. * Steven L. Strauss '55, Nov. 17, 2009, in New York, N.Y., at 76. * George W. Greenlaw '55, April 3, 2010, in Woolwich, Maine, at 81. * Barbara Ritch Lamprey '55,  March 16, 2010, in North East, Pa., at 77. * Janet Dewey Reed '55, March 9, 2009, in Chelmsford, Mass., at 74. * Nancy Hubbard Greene '56, March 22, 2010, in Wewahitchka, Fla., at 75. * John R. Durant '57, June 12, 2010, in Osterville, Mass., at 75. * Craig Harkins '58, March 17, 2009, in San Jose, Calif., at 72. * John C. Keal '58, June 8, 2010, in Watertown, N.Y., at 78. * Yvonne Pinette Young '63, April 6, 2010, in Waterville, Maine, at 69. * Frank W. Huston '65, Feb. 14, 2003. * Michael D. Fulton '67, Nov. 2, 2009, in Whitefield, Maine, at 62. * Joseph \"Jay\" Gallagher '69, May 24, 2010, in Albany, N.Y., at 63. * Kirk P. Mahle '69, Aug. 29, 2009, in Cannon Falls, Minn., at 62. * Emily Eaton Moore '71,  March 22, 2010, in Portland, Maine, at 60. * Alan H. Glass '72, June 2, 2010, in Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., at 60. * David E. Traister '72, June 12, 2010, in Haverhill, Mass., at 61. * Matthew J. Smith '83, June 3, 2010, in Napa, Calif., at 48. * Jay R. Prefontaine '86, April 9, 2010, in Kittery, Maine, at 46. * Noah Siebeck-Smith '03, April 27, 2010, in Promfret, Vt., at 29.

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