Brooke Toeller Kathrein ’02

We joyfully announce the arrival of our daughter Caroline who was born on May 18th. Will and Jack are proud big brothers and couldn’t be more excited to have a little sister. In other news, I have decided to step away from corporate life and my 13 year career at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in […]

Kate Twichell Mason ’86

I am loving my job at Business Wire as Sr. Director, People Development + Engagement and my husband, Paul, has fully embraced his role as a Business Development Officer within New Academic Ventures at CAL. Go Bears! Our son, Cole (13) is enjoying baseball and scootering during this time! I also had a fun time […]

Stephen Huyler ’69

In early January of this year, “the 3 Geezers” (so named by the spouse of one of us): Scott Wilson, Peter Goodrich and Steve Huyler, all of the Class of ’69, traveled together for a two-week adventure in South India. We explored remote regions, ancient sites, small villages, temples and palaces while staying in a […]

Tom Saidy ’82

Living in Washington, DC, in the Trump era is anything, but boring. I can see flames coming out of White House chimney from my office! Crazy days. Very different from my days working for George H.W. Bush back in the late 80s and 90s. He was such a great man. Went to his funeral and […]

Beth Roberts Farley ’84

Better late than never: I successfully completed my Master of Education in Professional School Counseling in June 2019. It was a challenge paired with working full-time, parenting 3 kids (still at home), and getting a divorce. But I have learned the true meaning of the saying, “That which does not kill you, makes you stronger” […]

Michaela Andrews ’99

On April 4th, Michaela Andrews and husband, Dr. Jan Bruder, were thrilled to welcome into the world their daughter, Elin Christine Bruder. They continue to live in M√ľnster, Germany, where Michaela has been teaching English, learning German, and studying history, but for now she is enjoying the luxury of some time off from work to […]