Hello, everyone! Karl Dahlfred and his wife, Sun, had their third child, John Athanasius Dahlfred, Sept. 15. He’s named after Karl’s late father, John Dahlfred ’66. Karl is in his second year of teaching church history at Bangkok Bible Seminary in Thailand. * Frances Berry and her husband, Darren, have two boys, Wyatt, 5, and Avery, 6 months. Fran is a clinical psychologist in New Hampshire. * David and Alison Kelleher Mackey welcomed their first child, Hazel Autumn Mackey, Nov. 14. * Graham Quigley loves his new job as the animal acupuncturist for Holistic Veterinary Care in Oakland, Calif. He helps animals heal from serious conditions with Eastern medicine and is getting awesome results. He hopes to use this position as a springboard to get national attention and change the way veterinary medicine is practiced. * Carroll and Emily Record Lane, along with 3-year-old Eliza, welcomed baby girl Susanna Winship Dec. 6 in Hartford, Conn. Emily planned to enjoy a chilly maternity leave with Susanna through February and then return to work with Bain & Company in Boston. * Jodi Beznoska moved back to New England after eight years in Arkansas. She works at From the Top, a Boston-based nonprofit that celebrates and empowers young classical musicians. Their radio show airs weekly on many NPR affiliates across the country. * Kristelle Aherne Gill and I had the pleasure of visiting Kathleen and David Dodwell in Bermuda. Dave is the general manager of the Reefs Hotel and is currently training for the annual conch-eating contest. * I hope all is well. It’s great to hear from everyone.