Matt Albaugh defended his dissertation and received a doctorate in clinical psychology from UVM. In August he started as a postdoctoral associate and clinician in the department of psychiatry at UVM College of Medicine. * Tadeusz and Stephanie Looney Smykal welcomed their first child, Jan “Jack,” in January. Stephanie is in the pediatric nurse practitioner program at Boston College. * Ellie Berlin Stover lives in NYC and works at Tory Burch. She married Jamie Stover in June. Rob Wykoff, Jack Phillips, Jane Phillips, Eliza Gairard, Camilla Hall, Eliza Browning, and her new brother-in-law, Evan Reece ’00, attended. * James and Jamie Hinson Scribner welcomed a boy, Reid Truman, in August. They look forward to his first football game—Colby/Bowdoin—this fall. * Jordan Finley married Devon MacIver in May in Los Angeles. Evan McGee ’03 officiated, and Pete Chapin ’03, Liz Neumann ’04, Jenny Grace ’03, Alison Thacker, Danielle Fornes ’01, Micki Young Armour, Terry Packard Baker, and Mikhaila Noble Pace attended. Jordan and Devon honeymooned in Costa Rica. After the Supreme Court struck down Prop 8, they had a legal ceremony in West Hollywood in July. * Sr. Madeleine (Sarah Miller) works in campus ministry at Norfolk Catholic High School in Norfolk, Neb. She’ll receive an endorsement from Wayne State College to teach political science in high school as well as theology. * This spring Peter Kraft was part of a tri-lateral city exchange that focused on leadership and sanitation in Nairobi, Kenya. It was a meaningful trip for Peter. * Bill Simpson is one of the Worcester Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty for his work at his lightning rod company, Smokestack Lightning, and community involvement, including starting a nonprofit to renovate town hall. Bill and his wife, Kate St. Germaine Simpson, live in Brookfield, Mass, with daughter Edith, 4, and son Stewart, 1. * Chris Cogbill and his wife, Elizabeth, welcomed a baby girl, Evelyn, in August. Chris finished his residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in anatomic and clinical pathology after completing medical school there. He’s a clinical instructor in hematopathology at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center but hopes to return closer to home (Wisconsin) for a job next summer. Chris keeps in touch with Paul Lee, who is completing his residency in anatomic and clinical pathology. * Monty Hobson and his wife, Bridgette, attended the wedding of Michael Distefano ’03 and his wife, Maria. Monty, a pastor, music director, and songwriter in St. Louis, had a CD release concert for his newest music project, now up on iTunes. * Katie Egan Wertheimer welcomed her third son, Wesley James, in June. He joins Mason and Graham. She and her husband both teach at Westfield High School, although Katie will take time off to be with her boys. * Paul Lilley teaches at Fountain Valley School in Colorado Springs after earning a master’s in math education from Montana State. His band, Burn the Maps, just released their sophomore album, Take Stars. * Nicole Laurent Romano married John Romano in Houston. She is communications and special projects director for the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston. * Mike and Kara Hubbard Norman welcomed their first son, Ian Michael, in July. Kara works at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and they live in Hyde Park with their pup, Chesty. * Erin Clark will split time between Montana and Belize for a year, running environmental ed programs for Ecology Project International. Erin would love to connect with ’02 alums passing through either place. * Chris and Sally Hall Bell relocated to Eugene, Ore., to work and instruct at the college of business at the University of Oregon (go Ducks!). She attended Katie Harris’s wedding to John Solms in August in the San Juan Islands, Wash. Attending were JJ ’01 and Piper Elliott Abodeely, Jessica Bennett Shah, Anna L’Hommedieu Boyer, Lydia Terry, Molly Heaney, Leila Porteous, Jen Smyth Curti, Mariah Hamel, Ashley Landbloom, Katie Rauch Bailey, Megan Thomas, and Vanessa Wilson.