Congratulations to Doug Hall and his wife, Jamie, who were married in June in Portland. Doug and Jamie’s son, Henry, was proudly in attendance! * Doug is not the only relatively new dad from our class. John Robbins and his wife welcomed Zady Lillian in December, and Tom Sherry and his wife are busy raising their little guy, August. * John Hutchins serves as the director of financial aid for the admissions department at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. * This spring Chris White was named coach of running backs and special teams at the University of Iowa. Go Hawkeyes! * Andy Sclar is a board-certified osteopathic physician in internal medicine and emergency medicine practicing in Newburyport, Mass. He has a wonderful 9-year-old daughter who is the best thing in his life. He is also passionately in love with his epic 4.3-acre oceanfront property with an exotic permaculture fruit orchard on the Big Island of Hawaii. Check it out at www.HaleKukui.com. * Jim Reduto lives in Scarsdale, N.Y., with his wife and two daughters. He is a partner in a local law firm and practices in trusts and estates and probate law. He keeps in contact (though not often enough) with Mark Smith, who lives with his wife and son in Lawrenceville, N.J., and Stephen Nahley, who lives with his wife and daughter in NYC and Connecticut. Jim caught a Colby-Williams hockey game last February and thought the team looked great! He’s in his 20th season of refereeing local youth and high school hockey in Westchester and Putnam counties in New York. * Eileen Kinney Lindgren is pursuing her master’s in clinical psychology. After the birth of her second daughter, she left the high-tech world to spend more time supporting the emotional development of children and adolescents. She is thrilled to see it finally turning into a new career. * Alex Day has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position in the department of history at Occidental College in Los Angeles. The Day family will be on the move from Wayne State University in Detroit to L.A. this summer.