Thank you to those who wrote. Shout-out to Peter DelGreco, who wrote just to say hello (or ’sup). Much appreciated! He’s president and CEO of Maine & Co., bringing businesses to the great state. * Also good to hear from Jonathan Kaplan, who on Dec. 10, 2014, celebrated a year since he had his ascending aorta replaced. He and his family are very happy, and he credits the great support from longtime Colby friends Erik Belenky and T.J. Winick before and after the surgery. In addition to attending our reunion only six months after surgery, he and his family took trips to Telluride, Colo., and Truckee, Calif., last summer. They’re hoping 2015 is as much of an adventure as 2014 was (without the medical issues!). * Caleb Winder and his wife, Phoebe, still live in Boston with their kids, Avery, 8, and Charlie, 6. Phoebe remains a full-time partner at K&L Gates, where she focuses on consumer-finance litigation. Caleb is managing director at Excel Venture Management, a venture-capital firm, investing in health-care and life sciences companies. Despite the challenges with startups, he enjoys the opportunity to work with some of the top minds trying to find cures for cancer (and other serious diseases) and improve health care. They took the kids to Disney World just before Christmas and then spent time at Cannon, where they rented a house for the ski season. When he wrote he’d already seen one Colby family there—James Colligan ’95 and his son were skiing and came by the house for a visit. * Sigmund Schutz, as attorney for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram, has been involved in a recent controversy over a media gag order issued by a Maine judge in a criminal sentencing. Sigmund’s defense of journalists’ free-speech rights to report what happens in court has drawn national attention from First Amendment rights activists as well as national media like The Rachel Maddow Show, on which Maddow called the Press Herald’s defiance of the gag order “a one-fingered First Amendment salute.” * After more than four years of planning, Matthew Belson, cofounder and brewer of Devil’s Purse Brewing Company, is set to open his craft brewery on Cape Cod just in time for the busy summer season. The brewery is located in South Dennis, Mass., and will focus on handcrafted ales inspired by European styles, especially English and German. When not brewing beer, Belson and his wife, Jodi (Schwartz) ’96, a certified nurse midwife at Cape Cod Hospital, are raising their kids, Noah, 8, and Ariel, 6, while enjoying the fun and beauty of Cape Cod. * Marina Netto Grande Campos has lived in São Paulo since 2007 and heads two global areas for the multinational BPO company Teleperformance. She spent the holidays in Orlando, Fla., with much of her family, and all the kids had a blast. They bought a house for rental there—if anyone from Colby is looking to rent a vacation home, let her know. Marina recently celebrated her 15th wedding anniversary and has two daughters, 11 and 5. Work has kept her very busy, and she’s traveled recently on business to Miami and Salt Lake City. She was preparing for a trip to India.