Bill Maddox just won a case before the U.S. Supreme Court in Rodney W. Russell v. United States. The case involved false statements in a matter relating to health care. * From Bob Benjamin: “My oldest son became engaged in March. Oldest daughter graduates from University of San Diego this year and hopes to serve in the Peace Corps. I’ll be happy not to pay college tuition for a few years, as both of my younger children are still in school.” Bob is finishing his battalion command (six units across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts) in New Hampshire this July. He is working on a master’s in strategic studies at the Army War College and has been selected for promotion to colonel. The ninth grade football team he coaches was undefeated last year, his wrestling team won the prep school Connecticut state tournament, and he is also coaching lacrosse. * Paul and Sarah Perry Indelicato were in Sicily and Florence for his birthday surprise this year. They visited the fishing village in Sciacca, Sicily, where three of Paul’s grandparents were from. They toured the Uffizi Museum and Vasari Corridor in Florence, took the train to Pisa, and enjoyed great food. Sarah and Paul teach scuba diving in Chelmsford. “Diving has opened up a world of travel to us, from Florida and the Bahamas to Honduras, Mexico, Hawaii, the Galapagos, the Bikini Atoll, and Egypt!” They are planning a safari trip in 2016. Sarah is still with Fidelity Investments as a project manager in human resources. She, Paul, and cat Mr. Goodpuss live in Woburn, Mass. * Wende Davis writes, “My family and I moved to Basel, Switzerland, in March of 2013. We kept our house in California, but it has certainly been a life-changing experience.” * Carolyn Berry Copp has started a new job as associate director for leadership giving at Lahey Health. She’s hoping that working for a wellrespected teaching hospital system will be more stable than the small nonprofits she’s been working with for the past decade. * John Najarian writes, “Kim and I have started our new routine: winters in Bonita Springs, Fla., summers on Sebago Lake in Maine. It’s been an excellent change for us, and we love it so far. Older daughter Tracy finished her master’s in occupational therapy, passed her boards, and is working at a children’s clinic in Charleston, S.C. Younger daughter Kelly graduates in May from the College of Charleston with a B.S. in biology. I’m still working at Gen Re as VP of underwriting R&D and chief underwriter, remotely when in Florida.” * Jeff Brown was gearing up for festivities surrounding daughter Hannah’s graduation from Sewanee in May. Son Alec finished his sophomore year at Davidson and planned to intern with Ingersoll Rand in Charlotte this summer before heading off to King’s College in London for a semester abroad. * Ann Renner Stillwater writes, “Spouse JD created and is presenting ‘Seven Candles: Science for a Deeper Spirituality’ (sevencandles. org) around the country. I like the travel and am his main promoter. We head to Europe this summer, and I look forward to seeing science history sites and practicing my Spanish.” * Chris Landry lives in Northampton, Mass., and runs Landry Communications, a branding, strategy, and content development firm that helps mission-centered organizations clarify their core stories and how to tell them. Most of the company’s work revolves around sustainable agriculture, climate change, and related issues. Chris recently finished a short film called Joanna Macy and the Great Turning, based on the work of 84-year-old environmental teacher, writer, and activist Joanna Macy. Chris reports that while he is happy watching sons Ben and Dylan become fine young men, he is less happy to see them both behind the wheel.