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Floyd W. Merryman Jr. (ANSC), founder and chairman of the board of Sonny Merryman Inc., was named to the Virginia Association of Pupil Transportation Hall of Fame.
S. S. Swensson (IE), a retired DuPont manager, is an active Republican committee member.
Roger E. Hedgepeth (ME), the mayor of Blacksburg, was extended an honorary membership in the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects.
Jim F. Short (CHE) was elected to the board of directors of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Regional Sewer Authority. He also serves as a councilman for Dayton, Va.
Walter W. Zajac Jr. (CHEM) retired after 42 years of teaching and research in organic chemistry at Villanova University and is now professor emeritus of chemistry.
Andrew G. Carter Jr. (EE) retired after 17 years at General Electric and 18 years as president of Andrew Carter Associates, a management consulting firm .
John H. Wood (AGRN) works full-time as a substitute teacher after 30 years in the classroom, six years in industry, and six years in the U.S.A.F.
Donald C. Morrison (GSC) was elected to the town council of newly incorporated Duck, N.C.
S. Scott Obenshain (BIOL) received the Distinguished Achievement Award from Wake Forest University School of Medicine's Medical Alumni Association in October.
Peter R. Kurzhals (ASE) was elected a fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a national director of the National Management Association (NMA). He serves as president and chairman of the 1,400-member Boeing Aerospace Leadership Chapter of the NMA
Douglas L. Flory (AGED) was sworn in as a member of the Farm Credit Administration Board after being nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate.
W. Barry Lisagor (METE), a senior scientist with Analytical Services and Materials in Hampton, Va., received the ASTM International Committee G01 Francis L. LaQue Memorial Award.
S. Kendall Anderson (CE) was appointed by the Virginia Joint Commission on Technology and Science to the advisory committee of Integrated Government (I-Gov): The Future of Government in the Electronic Age.
Kitty G. Dickerson (CTRA), a professor and chair of textile and apparel management at the University of Missouri-Columbia, was recognized as a trailblazer for her ongoing dedication and commitment to the university .
Joseph A. Childress Jr. (MATH) was elected president of the Middle Atlantic Actuarial Club in Annapolis, Md.
E. Larry Phillips (MKTG) retired as the director of business practices with Southern States Cooperative Inc. after 37 years of service.
James W. Ritter (ARCH) received the William C. Noland Medal, the highest honor bestowed by the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects.
Richard A. Barnhart (IE) retired from Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control in Orlando, Fla., after nearly 34 years of service.
John T. DeBell Sr. (CE), president of Burgess & Niple Inc., has been elected president of the Fairfax chapter of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association.
Charles E. Webb (ASE) was selected by the Society of Flight Test Engineers to receive its prestigious Kelly Johnson Award for Excellence in Flight Test Engineering.
Robert M. Jones (ARCH) was elected vice president of facilities of Noland Properties Inc., the property management subsidiary of Noland Company.
Gary G. Goodwin (ECON) was appointed vice president of contracts and procurement for Long Beach, Calif.-based Sea Launch, which provides heavy lift launch services for commercial satellite customers.
W. Edward Cash (MGT) received an M.B.A. from East Tennessee State University in May.
Boyd L. Kendrick (CE) merged Kendrick Engineering and Surveying Company with Thompson + Litton and was elected to the board of directors. He is director of surveying and manager of Clintwood operations.
Mark S. Orling (ARCH) received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects.
Deborah G. Bush (ELED) was appointed assistant principal of Chattahoochee Elementary School, Gwinnett County Schools, Duluth, Ga.
Robert C. Dalton (FIN) was named manager of regulatory analysis with the Virginia State Corp. Commission.
H. Landis Floyd II (EE), a senior consultant to the DuPont Company in Wilmington, Del., was the recipient of the IEEE Richard Harold Kaufmann Award.
Michael D. O'Neal (PSCI) accepted a new position with Joseph, Cox & Associates Inc., a civil engineering design and survey firm in Richmond, Va., as the director of construction management services.
Albert J. Davis (ARCH) received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects.
Deborah L. Glossbrenner (SPAN) is the financial services associate for the IPM CRSP project in the Office of International Research, Education, and Development at Virginia Tech.
Kathy B. Knack (PSCI) celebrated the first anniversary of Kathy Knack Interior Designs Inc.
Steven D. Raisch (PAD) retired from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration and is working as a contract investigator for the Department of State .
Darrell K. Stapleton (CE) was appointed vice president of transportation for Thompson + Litton.
James D. Heffernan Jr. (HIST) is teaching AP U.S. History via distance learning for the Department of Defense schools in Stuttgart, Germany. He was included in the 2002 edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers .
Nancy W. Noel (ENGL) was appointed to the full-time faculty of Germanna Community College in Fredericksburg, Va., where she teaches freshman composition and heads the developmental English program.
Donna M. Dalton (MAED) was promoted to director of curriculum and instruction for Chesterfield County Public Schools.
William D. Fairchild III (BC), president of R.W. Murray Company, was recognized as Virginia Tech's 2002 Hall of Fame Constructor. He is the third recipient of the award.
William H. Oliver (ACCT) was elected to a three-year term on the partnership board of Clifton Gunderson LLP. He is a partner at the Baltimore office of Clifton Gunderson LLP.
Michael C. Pietrzyk (CE) established his own independent consulting firm, Transportation Solutions Inc., in Valrico, Fla.
Thomas A. Sachs (PSCI) was promoted to program manager for strategic planning, disaster programs, and financial management, U.S. Department of Transportation.
Don D. Stewart (EE) was named vice president of workstation global business unit R&D for the Hewlett Packard Company.
Richard B. Wimmer (ACCT) was named office managing partner for the Greensboro, N.C., practice of the global professional services firm, Ernst & Young.
Jane W. Sellers (MATH) joined the Charlotte, N.C., office of McGuireWoods LLP as a partner and a member of the corporate services department.
James D. Ward (EE) was named executive director of the Navy's high-tech engineering organization, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Charleston, S.C., and will be the most senior civilian .
John F. Byerly III (ARCH) was appointed by Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack to the Iowa Quarter Design Committee for the U.S. Mint's "50 State Quarters Program." He was also elected to the State Centre Main St. Board as chair of the design committee.
Dennis P. Murphy (MHFD), chaplain at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Providence, R.I., and a former Catholic chaplain at Yale University, has been appointed pastor of The Church of the Holy Comforter in Charlottesville, Va.
Joseph H. Wilkers (AOE), a former F-14 naval aviator, was promoted to director of advanced systems, Northrop Grumman Corp., Airborne Early Warning & Electronic Warfare Systems, Bethpage, N.Y.
Benjamin W. Clark (ETE) was named vice president and chief information officer of Centra Health.
Catherine M. Gustafson (HNF) and co-author Dr. Deb Cannon wrote Training and Development in the Hospitality Industry, published by the Educational Institute, American Hotel & Lodging Association.
Christopher C. Kohler (FSCI), director of Southern Illinois University-Carbondale's Fisheries and Illinois Aquaculture Center, was elected second vice president of the American Fisheries Society, the nation's oldest and largest professional society for fisheries scientists.
William D. Lecos (PSCI) was hired as president and chief financial officer of the Fairfax County (Va.) Chamber of Commerce.
H. Joel Schmidt (BIOL) was promoted to colonel in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. He is chief of pediatric pulmonology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and director of the Tri-Service Military CF Center at the National Naval Medical Center.
Alan K. Truman (EE) is vice president of engineering for Ingrian Networks in Redwood City, Calif.
Karen K. Moody (MKTG) was promoted to northeast regional CIO for Network Enterprise Technology Command.
Susan R. Simons (COMM) is an English teacher in Fairfax County, Va.
James B. Lynn Jr. (ME) is president of a project management and development firm, Meridian Ventures Inc.; president of a non-profit organization, Charles County Technology Council; and chair of the Cable TV Advisory Commission.
Eric C. Ostendorff (ME) won first place in the 2002 Furnace Creek 508, a 508-mile endurance race through Death Valley. He is a senior staff designer for Mattel Toys.
Mark R. Hammersla (CHEM) is president and owner of NSI Solutions Inc.
Michael H. Morris (BMKT), a prominent professor in entrepreneurship at Syracuse University, was appointed to the Syracuse University School of Management's Witting Chair.
J. Kenneth Payne Jr. (ARCH) relocated from the Richmond, Va., office of Moseley Architects and was promoted to vice president and director of operations for the Hampton Roads office.
Jenifer W. Taylor (MKTG) is the manager of applications development for Merchant's Inc.
Steven R. Turner (MGT) was promoted to financial services manager for BB&T's Valley Region.
Christopher R. Cook (EE) was elected to a two-year term on the board of directors of the American Solar Energy Society, a national organization dedicated to advancing the use of solar energy.
Eileen M. Dahlstedt (MKTG) is the manager of Luck Properties for Luck Stone Corp.
Timothy L. Gilley (ELED) is the principal of Patrick Springs Primary School in Patrick Springs, Va.
Kevin L. Sutter (ELED) is a guidance counselor at the Upper School of University School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Charles J. Westgate III (AOE) was transferred to South Korea and assumed command of the U.S. Compound at Taegu Air Base.
Elizabeth K. Stoner (GEOL) was appointed volunteer coordinator to the largest Miocene tapir locality in North America, the Gray Fossil Site, operated by East Tennessee State University.
Linda A. Tempelman (CHE) was promoted to director of biomedical research and development at Giner Inc., where she is principal investigator on several NASA and NIH research grants.
Janice M. Mueller (CHE), a law professor at John Marshall Law School in Chicago, chaired the 2002 Expert Advisory Committee meeting for the Central Advisory Service on Intellectual Property of the Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research.
John M. Ryder (MKTG) was named president-elect of the Institute of Management Accountant's Mid-Atlantic Council. He is vice president of business development for Accounting Assets Inc., a Washington, D.C., area financial staffing service.
Ted G. Goldsmith (CE) is a senior transportation surveyor with the California Department of Transportation. He is a licensed land surveyor and is chief of District 2's Right of Way Engineering Branch.
James P. O'Brien (ARCH) is an architect in the design firm of Beer & Coleman Architects and Associates .
Mark R. Stoops (EE) participated in exercise MEDSHARK '02 off the west coast of Morocco while assigned to Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 125, embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington, homeported in Norfolk, Va.
John M. Zinzarella (ACCT) was elected by the board of directors of Moore Medical Corp. as vice president of finance, treasurer, and chief financial officer.
Charles P. Blankenship Jr. (MATE) was named general manager of Small Commercial Engine Operations for GE Aircraft Engines in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Caryn J. Brooks (CHE) joined Lyondell/Equistar Chemical Company as a senior environmental engineer in the manufacturing HSE group based in Pasadena, Texas.
Chekitan S. Dev (HNF), a professor of marketing in Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration, received the John Wiley & Sons Research Award for lifetime contributions to outstanding scholarship and research in hospitality and tourism.
Roger N. Morris (MKED) received an Ed.D. from the University of Virginia and accepted a position with Dinwiddie County (Va.) Public Schools as assistant superintendent .
Maria R. Sagar (ME) is the compliance manager for the special products division of Abbott Laboratories.
Scott D. Ehrig (COMM) received an M.B.A. in finance and economics from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester.
John G. Ganino (EE) received an M.B.A. from San Jose State University.
William D. Hume (LASC) is a project engineer in the Woodbridge, Va., office of Burgess & Niple .
Matthew T. Loughney (PSCI) graduated from West Virginia University's College of Law in May and is the law clerk to the honorable L. Edward Friend II, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Northern District of West Virginia.
Joseph W. Marshall III (ARCH), an architect with Gordon H. Chong & Partners, was promoted to associate.
William F. Oplinger (IEOR) was promoted to director of investor relations at Alcoa Inc. in New York.
Clifford S. Boyd (IEOR) was promoted to director of manufacturing at Sony Disc Manufacturing in Oregon.
Frederick J. Lindstrom (MArch) was selected as the assistant secretary to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts and grant administrator for the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Grant Program.
Rhonda D. Barnes (ELED) serves as the national board-certified teacher-in-residence representing classroom teachers in the School of Education, Teacher Education Division, at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Elizabeth K. Leffel (BION) graduated in May from the Medical College of Virginia with a Ph.D. in pharmacology and toxicology.
Janet D. Neal (BAD), a student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, was presented the Best Paper Award from the Travel and Tourism Research Association for "The Effects of Tourism Services on Travelers' Quality of Life: A Macromarketing Issue." .
Vikram M. Pattarkine (CE) is the director of process engineering at Environmental Dynamics Inc., a Columbia, Mo., company specializing in aeration systems for wastewater treatment.
Courtney A. Couch (FW) is in a new position with the Clearwater National Forest as the fire education and suppression specialist.
Kris R. Green (AGEC) joined the corporate communications team as a communications specialist at Penn National Insurance.
Charles C. Sensabaugh (HIST) was promoted to a specialty sales representative position with Forest Pharmaceuticals after eight months as a territory representative.
Jean M. Williams (EDRE) was appointed director of research in education at RTI International.
Samuel G. Caruthers (EE) is completing an anesthesia residency at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York. He received an M.D. in 1997 from Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Robert J. Demaree (ME) was named director of engineering at Marson Energy in Brackney, Pa.
Amy P. Fitzgerald (PSYC) was elected president of the Northern Virginia Brain Injury Association for a two-year term.
O. Alexander Gutenson (BC) joined R. W. Murray Company as a project manager.
John R. Lowrey (PSCI) received an M.S. in criminal justice from Virginia Commonwealth University and was hired as a foreign service special agent with the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
Shawn S. McCausland (IS) is an international trade advisor for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg in Washington, DC. He writes and edits a daily newsletter and assists with legislative advocacy efforts for a number of major U.S. companies.
David W. Mullins (BIOL) received the Huang Foundation Achievement Award from the American Association of Immunologists for research achievements in immunology. He is an American Cancer Society researcher developing melanoma vaccines at the University of Virginia.
Julie M. Tulodieski (HIDM) was awarded the Certified Apartment Property Supervisor designation by the National Apartments Association.
Llewellyn L. Welstead (BIOL) completed four years as a dentist at Dayton Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, and Whitman Air Force Base in Missouri. He is a cosmetic and family dentist at Cosmetic & Family Dentistry Practice of Leesburg, Va.
Kelly B. Welstead (HLED) is the nurse practioner at Ashburn Pediatrics in Northern Virginia.
Andrew A. Willett (ARCH) received his architecture license in March and is project manager with Bill Ashe, Architect in Asheville, N.C.
Milton G. Bartley Jr. (HIST) is the strategic sales director at Candlewood Hotel Company, a national extended-stay hotel chain.
Chester J. Cahoon III (ENSC) is the co-founder and vice president of Bay Environmental Inc., a professional environmental consulting firm in Virginia.
Nancy G. McGehee (SOC) was presented the Keeling Dissertation Award by the Travel and Tourism Research Association for "Alternative Tourism and Social Movements".
Kasha S. O'Brien Laiks (ENGL) joined R.W. Murray Company as the director of corporate communications. She is a member of the American Marketing Association, the National Association of Female Executives, and Business and Professional Woman .
Christopher M. Olds (CHE) is an associate attorney with Kilpatrick Stockton LLP in Charlotte, N.C.
Chadd E. Smith (PHYS) earned a Ph.D. in experimental particle physics from Johns Hopkins University for research performed as a member of the CDF experiment at Fermilab. He is a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago's Enrico Fermi Institute.
Sarah L. Franson (CE) graduated with distinction from the Basic Civil Engineer Corps Officer School at Naval School Civil Engineer Corps Officers, Port Hueneme, Calif.
King D. Godwin (EDCI) was appointed assistant to the vice president of academic affairs and curriculum development at Voorhees College in Denmark, S.C.
Katherine B. Ashford (FCD) is the director of a social services organization in Vista, Calif., that helps reduce teen pregnancies and keep teens in school.
Duane M. Blackburn (EE) is deputy program manager at the Department of Defense's Counterdrug Technology Development Program Office. He has been named a finalist for a "Service to America" medal for his "innovative ideas and leadership in enhancing airport security and in the nation's effort against ill."
Heather D. Dent (PHED) has been named an assistant women's lacrosse coach at James Madison University.
Kiersten M. Elliott (MKTG) received a Ph.D. in business administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. She is an assistant professor in the department of marketing at the University of Central Florida.
Perrin A. Robinson (CEEN) is managing partner of Aegis Civil Engineering, LLC.
Richard B. Ashford (HIST), a captain in the U.S. Marine Corps, is stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif., where he flies Cobra helicopters.
Matthew G. Gross (CE) was promoted to project manager at Anderson & Associates Inc.
Dawn A. Latkowski (PSYC) received an M.B.A. from Southern Connecticut State University. She is currently studying Spanish.
James L. Moore (EDSP) is an assistant professor in counselor education at The Ohio State University.
John T. Neel (CE) is the project manager at Gay and Keesee Inc.
Brian K. Pollack (ACCT) was promoted to senior accountant at Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm & Doyle, P.C., in Gaithersburg, Md.
Mark A. Puttock (CE) passed the professional engineering exam in June and is a licensed engineer in Virginia. He is a project engineer at A. Morton Thomas in Rockville, Md.
Diane S. Sleeman (HNFE) earned her M.Ed. in special education, emotional disturbances, and learning disabilities, K-12, from George Mason University. She is teaching algebra and geometry to high school students with emotional disabilities.
Gregory R. Milas (IDST) is a network engineer with Stanley Associates in Alexandria, Va.
Matthew D. Arden (IDST) hosted "The Movie Bowl" segment of TBS Superstation's "Big Play Saturday," which included Saturday evening college football games from the PAC 10 and Big 12 conferences.
Holly S. Bonessi (COMM) is an eighth grade language arts teacher at Mountain Sky Junior High School in Phoenix, Ariz.
Greg D. Bonessi (MGT) is a graduate hall director with Arizona State University's department of residential life and is pursuing an M.Ed. in higher and postsecondary education.
Irving C. Jones (ELPS) was named the National High School Principal of the Year.
Susanne E. Knisely (PSYC) received an M.S. in counseling psychology with an emphasis in school counseling from Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. She is a personal counselor at Maryknoll High School in Hawaii.
Robin Z. Puttock (ARCH) passed the architecture registration exams in July and is a registered architect in Virgina. She is a project architect at the Lukmire Partnership in Arlington, Va.
Shawn G. Talmadge (HNFE) was promoted to director of Hanover County Fire and EMS Health and Fitness Program. He graduated from the U.S. Army Accelerated Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a 2nd lt. in the Virginia Army National Guard.
Michael J. Nelson (CEEN) was promoted to Blacksburg assistant project manager at Anderson & Associates Inc. 24060.
Kenneth E. Proctor (ARCH) successfully completed the LEED professional accreditation examination developed by the U.S. Green Building Council and is an architectural designer for Frederick Ward Associates Inc. in Bel Air, Md.
Kevin M. Sanderson (MGT) is a pfc. in the U.S. Marine Corps and completed the small arms repair course at the U.S. Army's Proving Ground in Aberdeen, Md.
Amy M. Smarr (HIDM) accepted a job with Fairfax County, Va., as one of six consumer investigators in the department of cable communications and consumer protection.
Benjamin J. Wood (ART) is employed in graphic design work in Charlottesville, Va.
Jonathan L. Barbour (BC) joined R.W. Murray Company as an assistant project manager. He is an active member of the Associated Builders and Contractors.
Caryn M. Davis (CE) is a project engineer at the Blacksburg office of Anderson & Associates Inc.
Dogan Gursoy (HTM) was presented a merit award by the Travel and Tourism Research Association for his dissertation, "Development of a Travelers' Information Search Behavior Model."
Leslie Henderson (BIT) joined R. W. Murray Company as an assistant project manager. She is a member of the Virginia chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors.
Eric J. Melniczek (HR) works as a career advisor at the Radford University Center for Experiential Learning and Career Development. He assists freshmen and sophomores with identifying major and career options.
Derek A. Garland (ACIS) joined the professional staff of Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm, & Doyle, P.C. in Gaithersburg, Md.
Jennifer L. Graves (SOC) is an orientation counselor for the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Southwest.
Cindy N. Hobson (ACIS) joined the professional staff of Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm, & Doyle, P.C. in Gaithersburg, Md.
Cynthia J. Moore (ACIS) is an accountant at Lanigan, Ryan, Malcolm, & Doyle, P.C. in Gaithersburg, MD.
'85 Donna L. Willis and Allen G. Mattejat, 3/2/02.
'87 Stephen J. Campbell and Amy Marie Kline, 9/6/02.
'88 Timothy A. Consolvo and Olga V. Lapteva, 3/23/02.
'88 Stephen W. Norford and Cyndy Preston, 8/3/02.
'89 Ronald E. Augustin and Theresa A. Wilson, 8/31/02.
'91 Alexander M. Barry and '94 Deirdre N. Bender, 7/27/02.
'92 Leisl Baum and Chris Edwards, 8/17/02.
'92 Ann E. Ellis and Jonathan Potocnak, 10/12/02.
'92 W.T.K. Jackson and Gretchen Horner, 6/1/02.
'92 Lisa Larimer and Richard S. Dooley, 9/21/02.
'92 Tracey Newcomer and Christopher J. Shepherd, 11/2/02.
'93 Samuel G. Caruthers and Renee Wijnen, 8/10/02.
'93 Kevin A. Konopka and Bonnie Eve Brosgol, 6/15/02.
'93 David E. Trout and Alison M. Bache, 5/26/02.
'94 Charlene N. Squillace and Thomas R. Roache, 9/7/02.
'95 Janeanne Carlton and Tony Josephson, 9/20/02.
'95 Kevin L. Claus and '97 Karen Meaders, 5/18/02.
'95 Rebecca S. Poundstone and '99 Joseph W. Maguire III, 8/17/02.
'95 Kenneth A. Raffel and Karen Zolkiewicz, 7/19/02.
'95 Melissa A. Renner and Scott A. Kirkland, 9/22/02.
'96 Michelle C. Frye and Lee Shirkey, 10/12/02.
'97 Julia Berger and '97 Benjamin A. Corl, 7/6/02.
'97 Jennifer D. Boyce and Carlton T. Benton, 6/22/02.
'97 Jennifer L. Johnson and Daniel E. Kane, 6/9/02.
'97 Michael D. Johnson and '97 Rae Anne Elizabeth Naylor, 5/26/02.
'97 Debbie S. Parksey and '97 Scott H. Snyder, 8/31/02.
'97 Diane T. Shannon and Brad J. Sleeman, 8/17/02.
'97 Amy H. Simpkins and Jeremiah D. Rasor, 9/28/02.
'97 Teresa T. Sin and '98 Eric W. Griffith, 8/3/02.
'98 Christina A. DePriest and Joshua R. Fath, 7/27/02.
'98 Scott A. Fowler and Angela Tangari, 8/24/02.
'98 Mitchell P. Hazam and Amy Drewry, 11/17/01.
'98 Susan R. Hunt and Michael D. Giedt, 8/10/02.
'98 Laura A. Kaculis and Robert M. Thomson, 4/27/02.
'98 Wendi Mundie and Michael G. Persinger, 10/5/02.
'98 Jason T. Newcomb and Michelle Phillips, 5/18/02.
'98 Joel T. Richardson and '99 Kelly Alvord, 5/25/02.
'98 Maria C. Stack and Jerry York, 10/4/02.
'99 Wendy M. Fullan and Brock A. Parker, 4/20/02.
'99 Julie Caay Gist and '00 Anthony P. Copper, 10/5/02.
'99 William T. Hudson and '99 Krista V. Marschner, 8/10/02.
'99 Heidi B. Landahl and '00 James H. Asbury III, 8/3/02.
'99 Leah Pyron and '99 Carl S. Terry, 7/25/02.
'99 Kara S. Wesley and Spencer W. Beasley, 10/12/02.
'00 Jessica A. Bellis and '00 Paul M. Rogers, 11/2/02.
'00 Jenifer Seay and '01 Andrew H. Green, 03/09/02.
'00 Charles R. White and '01 Leah A. Seay, 3/25/02.
'01 Carla Clemente and '01 Brett C. Tonks, 7/13/02.
'01 Kelly Cox and '01 Daniel L. Riddle, 8/17/02.
'01 Gregory G. Evans and '02 Kate McCloskey, 09/28/02.
'01 Amy S. Hogge and '01 John I. Thomas, 5/25/02.
'02 Eric J. Bowman and '02 Elizabeth Lee Dominicci, 6/22/02.
'02 Seth O. Roderick and Dana Halterman, 07/27/02.
BIRTHS & ADOPTIONS
'80 Deborah A. Reinholz adopted a daughter from China, 6/9/02.
'82 Robert K. Pettus, a daughter, 7/30/02.
'82 P. Gail Wise, a daughter, 6/12/02.
'83 Tommy L. Ferguson and '84 Elaine H. Ferguson, a daughter, 10/26/01.
'83 Jeffrey A. Sage, a daughter, 7/24/02.
'84 Margaret D. Hogan and '84 W. Mark Hogan, a son, 2/18/02.
'84 Nancy Bowman Sauer, a son, 12/19/01.
'84 Daniel J. Stoneman, a daughter, 7/1/02.
'85 Donna M. Karr and '88 John H. Karr, a daughter, 7/26/02.
'85 Richard C. Shamp, a son, 6/5/02.
'86 Michael J. Cadden, a daughter, 09/30/02.
'86 Mark J. Greenwood and '86 Michele U. Greenwood, a son and daughter, 3/1/02.
'86 Kurt R. Holderied, a daughter, 8/4/02.
'86 Robert R. Ratcliffe Jr., a daughter, 10/14/02.
'88 Holly O. Bittle and '89 Mark T. Bittle, a daughter.
'88 William J. Brown and '90 Leona K. Brown, a daughter, 11/8/02.
'88 Darren L. Dittrich and '89 Christine E. Dittrich, a son and daughter, 5/28/02.
'88 Kevin F. Finn and '89 Jeanne M. Finn, a daughter, 5/4/02.
'88 Michael C. Hagerty and '90 Amy M. Hagerty, a daughter, 6/30/02.
'88 B. Craig Jackson, a son, 10/17/02.
'88 Sue E. Klinge and '90 Brian T. Klinge, a son, 9/24/02.
'88 Maria R. Sagar, a son, 7/12/02.
'88 Mark A. Schweitzer and '91 Laura G. Schweitzer, a son, 8/24/02.
'89 David A. Baughan, a son, 5/14/02.
'89 Christine Burtner and '91 Paul F. Burtner, a daughter, 10/3/02.
'89 Julie H. Freyberger, a son, 6/6/02.
'89 John G. Ganino, a son, 9/18/02.
'89 Linda A. Hanson and '91 Theodore S. Hanson, a son, 7/10/02.
'89 Jennifer G. Haus, a son, 10/6/02.
'89 Christopher C. Langley, a son, 7/30/02.
'89 Matthew L. Mandrgoc, a daughter, 8/29/02.
'89 David J. Nemer, twin sons, 3/1/02.
'89 Charles L. Vipperman Jr., a daughter, 9/7/02.
'89 Lisa Z. Ward, a daughter, 4/16/02.
'90 Timothy J. Aberg and '91 Theresa P. Aberg, a son, 7/25/02.
'90 Christopher M. Anderson, a son, 9/10/02.
'90 Melissa T. Bales and '92 Arthur L. Bales, a daughter, 10/01/02.
'90 Tracy A. Dresser, a daughter, 4/30/02.
'91 Martha Bailey-Shields, a daughter, 7/24/02.
'91 John T. Bobbitt III, a son, 3/23/02.
'91 Laura W. Fornash, a son.
'91 Timothy W. Holt, a son, 5/27/02.
'91 Anthony E. McDowell, a son, 8/20/02.
'92 Jeffrey R. Amspaugh, a son, 9/2/02.
'92 William R. Boatwright, a daughter, 12/4/01.
'92 Beth R. Bucy, a son, 7/1/02.
'92 Marcella R. Mebane and '92 William W. Mebane Jr., a son, 3/13/02.
'92 Benjamin C. Nemec and '93 Jennifer M. Nemec, a son, 6/4/02.
'92 Lisa A. Passyn, a son, 6/25/02.
'92 Robert J. Purvis, a daughter, 09/22/02.
'93 Jeffrey D. Moffatt, a son, 7/30/02.
'93 Tom P. Shen, a daughter, 9/10/02.
'93 James W. Stafford and '93 Michelle D. Stafford, a daughter, 6/13/02.
'93 Andrew A. Willett, a son, 12/01.
'94 George Aliftiras and '96 Jennifer J. Aliftiras, a daughter, 6/20/02.
'94 David K. Burch, a son, 8/24/02.
'94 Michael C. Goad, a son, 8/8/02.
'94 Nancy R. Houseknecht and '97 Ben E. Houseknecht, a daughter, 2/12/02.
'94 Laura F. Khan and '94 Suhail S. Khan, a son, 8/19/02.
'94 Jason M. Mennard, a son, 10/9/02.
'94 Hope M. Roberts, a son, 7/1/02.
'94 Daniel J. Robinson and '94 Zebula L. Robinson, a daughter, 6/5/02.
'94 Katrina S. Rockett and '94 Timothy S. Rockett, twin sons, 10/1/02.
'94 Michael T. Scardina and '95 Soo K. Scardina, a son, 6/24/02.
'94 Jennifer F. Telwar, a daughter, 7/22/02.
'95 Garland L. Allen Jr. and '95 Shannon T. Allen, a daughter, 4/28/02.
'95 Aimee G. Boothe and '96 Richard Boothe, a son, 8/18/02.
'95 Steven P. Chase, a son, 1/4/02.
'96 Kathleen O. Farrell and '96 Kevin C. Farrell, a son, 6/21/02.
'96 Jennifer S. Faulkner, a daughter, 7/26/02.
'97 Anna K. Irvine and '97 Martin Irvine Jr., a son, 9/25/02.
'97 Kevin J. O'Keefe and '97 Susan D. O'Keefe, a son, 5/9/02.
'97 Jennifer S. Smith, a daughter, 3/7/02.
'97 Philip D. Spessard, a daughter, 10/14/02.
'97 Scarlett S. Truong, a son, 8/7/02.
'98 Jeffrey J. Adamchak and '99 Amy S. Adamchak, a daughter, 11/13/02.
'99 Shyla H. Magner and '99 Terrance E. Magner, a son, 1/9/02.
'99 Erica M. Patton and '99 Troy C. Patton, a daughter, 4/4/02.
'28 George D. Pollard, 10/12/02.
'29 Davis L. Cook Jr., 10/6/02.
'29 James A. McKinney Jr., 4/2/01.
'30 F. Macon Mitchell, 9/26/02.
'32 Lewis F. Smith Jr., 12/16/94.
'34 Elbert M. Talley Sr., 5/25/02.
'34 Walter C. Whitehead
'35 Calvin B. Hurst, 7/24/00.
'35 Robert W. Quillen, 9/16/02.
'38 J. Thomas Pitts, 3/7/02.
'39 U. S. Jones, 9/11/02.
'39 Valentine T. Terribile, 7/18/02.
'40 Nancy C. Baird, 11/3/02.
'41 Margaret C. Husmann, 12/25/01.
'41 James A. Rule Sr., 9/22/02.
'41 R. Morgan Wilson Jr., 9/9/02.
'42 Warren L. Garland Jr., 11/6/02.
'42 Edward S. Hampton, 10/30/02.
'42 John G. Martland, 3/8/01.
'43 John A. Alexander, 11/8/02.
'43 Stanley Breakell, 11/11/02.
'43 Bruce M. Hurt, 10/21/02.
'43 Jack N. McCarthy, 8/2/02.
'43 E. A. Painter, 9/14/02.
'43 Charles E. Schaaf, 8/26/02.
'44 Clifford Cutchins, 12/24/02.
'44 Hersie B. McCauley Jr., 8/26/02.
'44 W. B. Richardson
'44 Joseph M. Scherberger, 6/27/98.
'44 Dewey H. Stallard Jr., 2/16/02.
'45 Philip H. Eve Jr., 7/30/02.
'46 Willard P. Burdakin, 9/25/02.
'46 Henry D. Cassard, 3/16/02.
'46 Joseph W. Edwards Jr., 7/15/02.
'46 John H. Rhudy, 8/23/02.
'47 Cecil W. Bolling, 11/3/02.
'47 William M. Callaham, 8/6/02.
'47 Ashley S. Wall, 6/9/96.
'47 Samuel H. Wilson, 2/17/02.
'48 John S. Flaherty, 8/23/01.
'48 Kenneth S. Lucas, 10/31/02.
'49 Dale H. Gay, 8/26/01.
'49 John R. Hoffmann, 6/2/02.
'49 R. C. Taliaferro, 8/3/02.
'50 Robert R. Beach, 9/13/02.
'50 Blair D. Brugh, 11/15/02.
'50 George J. Bruni, 9/29/01.
'50 H. Dulany Davidson Jr., 12/30/00.
'50 Staley L. Felton, 7/30/02.
'50 Fred Sabol, 8/26/02.
'50 Jerry M. Schwartz, 5/3/02.
'51 Cecil G. Goad, 8/1/02.
'51 H. J. Grames, 8/26/02.
'52 James L. Tramel Jr., 10/21/02.
'53 James D. Elliott, 6/1/02.
'53 John H. McLaughlin, 5/13/02.
'54 Bobby W. Sumpter, 11/4/02.
'55 Robert W. Borjes Jr., 5/6/02.
'55 Edward L. Daughtrey Sr., 7/16/02.
'55 David T. Stemple, 6/7/02.
'56 A. John LaRue, 11/1/99.
'57 Marshall W. Morrison, 5/14/02.
'58 John M. Miller, 10/8/02.
'58 Leonard A. Muse, 10/3/02.
'59 Benjamin R. Walker, 10/21/02.
'60 J. Hudson Huffard Jr., 10/4/02.
'60 Henry T. Thornton Jr., 10/8/02.
'61 Wallace R. Bishop, 5/4/02.
'62 James B. Early Jr., 10/1/02.
'62 Doyle L. Edwards, 8/25/02.
'62 David T. Klinksiek, 1/21/01.
'64 Donald J. Coon, 3/13/01.
'68 Ben R. Ewell, 7/26/00.
'68 Jerry D. Pannell, 9/18/02.
'68 Nathan D. Watson, 11/15/00.
'69 Rickie A. Hamilton, 5/4/02.
'69 Harry T. Stone, 4/20/02.
'72 Gregory S. Allen, 2/15/02.
'72 Roy F. Cheatham, 8/22/02.
'72 Pearl P. Showalter, 6/20/01.
'72 Linda Smith, 9/22/02.
'74 Virgil C. Brown, 10/30/02.
'74 D. Stephen Douglas, 5/29/02.
'74 M. Scott Mercer, 11/5/02.
'74 David A. Tice, 12/9/99.
'75 Fostene T. Parkey, 3/5/01.
'76 Kay H. Chesson, 4/17/02.
'76 Edward L. Sanford, 11/1/02.
'79 Suzanne R. Curtis
'79 Barbara C. Rhea, 5/12/95.
'80 Mary L. Handy, 3/6/01.
'82 Pamela K. Sowdon, 6/21/01.
'83 Robert R. Coffman Jr., 8/31/02.
'85 Edward F. Perkins, 3/3/00.
'86 David L. Lumpp, 7/2/02.
'87 Thomas P. Gerlach, 4/6/02.
'87 Ryan D. Lillard, 9/2/02.
'90 Florence J. Petruzzi, 4/12/02.
'93 Kathleen M. Clark, 10/26/94.
'96 Patricia G. Werth, 9/22/02.
'99 Emily A. Morrison, 10/16/02.
'01 Brian A. Wagner, 7/25/02.