Lindsay Masters is an associate attorney at White & Jankowski, LLP in Denver, practicing water and natural resources law. * Francis Chapuredima married Robinah Zendera Dec. 28 in Ruwa, Zimbabwe. The best man was Demeke Wondmagegn, and Tony Abakisi was a groomsman. Taffie Gwitimah and Rumbie Sundire ’03 also attended. * Meris Esterly and Seth Stout planned to get married Feb. 14. * Adam Atkinson-Lewis graduated from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern with an M.B.A. and a master’s in engineering management last June. He moved back to California, where he works for a startup called Natel Energy and lives about six blocks from Katie (Himmelmann) ’07 and Charlie Hale. They’ve already gotten sick of being so close to each other, so Adam spends a week each month working in Chile on renewable energy projects. Absence (and gifts of Chilean wine) makes the heart grow fonder between Colby neighbors, it turns out. * Doug ’07 and Sarah Ayres Turnbull welcomed a baby girl, Suzanna West Turnbull, Nov. 10. Sarah writes that they are having a great time getting to know her. * Monty Hankin writes that wife Laura Harker Hankin is a shining star in the field of education reform and is an awesome mom 24/7. Monty wonders how she does it all and puts up with his shenanigans. * Lauren Erickson continues to live and work in San Francisco and will graduate from the University of San Francisco with a master’s in counseling psychology in May. * Jessica Seymour is engaged to Anders Wood ’07. The happy couple got engaged in October and will be married in Vermont in the fall. They see lots of Colby alums in the Boulder area and dominate the
broomball league out there. Jessica took a group of middle school students to Spain and is finishing up her second year as the Spanish teacher at a charter school outside of Boulder. * Bennett Barnwell and his wife, Heather, traveled to D.C. to ring in the New Year with Colby alumni from the Class of 2006. Nate Stone, Steve Planas, Aine McCarthy, Rachel Carr, Cait Miller, Melissa McNulty, and their significant others all joined in the dancing. * David Gutman is now a reporter for the Charleston Gazette. Dave covered a big story in West Virginia related to a chemical spill and appeared on CNN to report on the issue.