Chris Just and wife Molly welcomed son Benjamin in Portland, Maine, March 1. * In March Matthew Muszala met with Chris Russell, Toby True, Scott Higgins, Jon Huerta, Robin Ottaway, and Brett Nardini ’96 in N.Y.C. Matt is engaged to Carolyn Bensley. A September wedding is planned. * Stephanie Brewster Haen, Living in Belgium, writes, “Learning to speak Dutch has been an entertaining adventure!” * Darragh Fitzsimons Young, in West Chester, Pa., has children ages 9 and 6 and one due in July. She got together with Woodman roommates. Lisa Zorn Smeglin in Cherry Hill, N.J., is married with a son, Aiden, 3. Cara O’Flynn Bell married last year and is expecting in early September. Lisa Kenerson Weber splits time between New Zealand and Burlington, Vt. Rachel Lapkin Jackson moved to Bristol, R.I. * Regina Wlodarski Kruger’s family had a breakthrough: “Daughter Megan, who has autism and is now 10, learned how to ski!” Anika, 8, also skis. Regina rode 47 miles in the Bloomin’ Metric Ride in Conn. and plans a century ride in September. Regina traveled to Boston to visit Lenia Ascenso and family. * Matt and Emily Fantasia Hayes and children Nate, 6, and Abby, 10, live in Sudbury, Mass. They saw Erika Lichter and family skiing at Maine’s Lost Valley. * Darrell Sofield is a geomorphology consultant and map designer; a map he created won a cartography award. He keeps in touch with Emma Spenner Norman, who earned her doctorate in geography from University of British Columbia while birthing and raising sons Parker, 5, and Luke, 3. She’s an assistant professor of geography at Michigan Tech. She, husband Chad, and the boys move to Houghton, Mich., this summer. * Abe Rogers earned a master’s in education from Boston University in June. * Katherine Marshall Meuse gave birth to Scarlett Erickson Meuse July 16, 2010. “Matilda, 5, has proven an awesome big sister.” Katherine ran the 2012 Boston Marathon in record heat. “My goal was to finish and avoid the medical tent.” On the marathon bus she saw Steve Kidd ’97. * Betsy Robinson Phillips expanded her dental practice in Minnetonka. She and husband Jason ’96 visit New England this summer—their annual pilgrimage to see family and friends. Ethan, 9 and Ainsley, 7, keep them busy with baseball and softball. * Missy Smith Konur moved to Fort Worth from three years ago. They have boys—Dylan, 4, and Oliver, 1. She’s planning director for Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. Missy got together with Debbie Butler Colette and Carrie Farber Rose and keeps in touch with Rachel Kondon Walsh and Patty Lee Devaney. * Anna Lowder Monaco lives in Lexington, Mass., and has four girls (9, 7, and twins, 4). She was appointed principal of Jonas Clarke Middle School in Lexington, where she’s been assistant principal four years. * Julia Rentz Dupuis was promoted to chief technology officer at OPTRA, Inc. Husband Ken ’94 and boys Max and Isaac moved to Andover, Mass., last year. She had lunch with Chris Fortune in Baltimore. Chris is married with two girls and one boy. * Karin Hansen works at Boston Children’s Museum as visual arts director. She moved to Plum Island, Mass. * Sandy Bugbee Larsen visited D.C. to attend her uncle’s funeral. She stayed with Jonathan Bardzik ’96, who does cooking demonstrations at Eastern Market. * My wife, Lindsey, and daughter Mia, 1, recently visited Marc Rubin, his wife Hillary, and son Miles, 1, in San Francisco. We got together with Josh Eckel ’94, wife Catherine, and kids Jackson, 6, and Aniela, 3, and with Greg ’94 and Erin Crossland Christopher ’94 and kids Shannon, 7, and Alex, 5. Josh and I started new jobs this spring. Josh is in sales for SK Hynix, a Korean semiconductor company. I’m a senior service designer in the innovation group at Philips Healthcare. I was one of three lacrosse officials selected to officiate the MIAA Division II boys’ state championship game in Harvard Stadium this June.