Lynn Brunelle has a new book coming out next year called Mama Gone Geek: How I Unleash My Inner Science Nerd to Navigate Parenthood and Make My Kids’ Childhood an Amazing Experiment. Lynn calls this book part parenting, part activity, and part memoir. She is also writing a national anti-bullying curriculum and working on a science series for Discovery Asia. Lynn is happily living on a little island off Seattle with her husband, Keith, and two boys, Kai, 10, and Leo, 8, where they “hike, kayak, and play.” * I heard from Stan Kuzia’s wife, Susan Robertson Kuzia ’82, who was lending her husband a hand with his personal correspondence. Stan is the founder and CEO of Global Emergency Resources, an emergency-software company that he started nine years ago. Stan created and markets a patient-tracking computer program that can be used in mass-emergency situations. GER’s largest event to date was the presidential inauguration last January. He keeps busy traveling back and forth to the D.C and Baltimore areas, where GER’s program has been used in annual events such as the Grand Prix and Marine Corps Marathon. Stan and Susan have two recent graduates: Virginia, 22, from Furman University, and Will, 18, from Lakeside High School in Evans, Ga. Will plans to attend Georgia Tech in Atlanta in the fall. * Carol Eisenberg recently visited Buenos Aires with her daughter Charlotte to visit her other daughter, Maxine. Maxine spent an amazing gap year traveling alone in South America. * Peter Marchesi has been practicing law in Waterville since 1989. He has six kids (ages 14-21). Three are in college with three to go. Peter visits Colby often to run on the old three- and five-mile loops, “albeit at a slower pace than I did back in the day.” * If you saw the film documenting Colby’s 200-year history, you may have recognized a familiar voice. Shireen Shahawy is a professional voice actor and auditioned for various parts in the film. She spoke as Mary Low, the first woman to graduate from Colby. Shireen discovered that her voice was chosen after attending a Portland Colby Club event recently where they showed a portion of the film. Shireen notes that she has so many happy memories of Colby and was thrilled to give back—even in this little way. “It was my less than one minute of fame, but sweet nonetheless.” * Tom Colt attended Roy HIrshland’s 50th birthday bash (I think many of us are hitting that number this year!) on Cape Cod in early May. He was joined by Greg Shefrin, Bruce Hickey, Mark Burke ’86, Chris Parker ’86, Greg Beatty ’86, Ted Jenkins ’84, and Phin Gay ’83. Tom still works at Shady Side Academy and coaches cross-country with Sue Whitney ’86. * Looking forward to more news in the next few months…and no need to wait until the deadline! Your classmates would love to hear from you!