Lauren Bosche ’10

As of May 2017, I am moving to Tallahassee, Florida, for a job offer, having never set foot in the state! As a Hazard Mitigation/Resiliency Planner with Arcadis, I will be engaged in flooding mitigation efforts both locally and across the nation and in an upcoming project in the Everglades with the Army Corps of […]

Ben Krokower ’93

It’s been another busy year for the Krokowers! My wife Lesley, my 2.5 year old son, Elijah and our dog, Morty, moved into our new home at the end of 2015, just in time to welcome Naomi Fay Krokower, born on December 10. Also, my company, Upwards Technologies moved under the auspices of a larger […]

Michael Voevodsky ’82

Just returned from a trip to D.C. where I spent the night with Hunter Hollins and his family. Our daughter Paule, CdeP 2012, is a senior in engineering at George Washington Univ and as a result we’ve been able to hang with the Hollins clan, as well as catching up with Tom Saidy over the […]

Michael Voevodsky ’82

Therese and I returned to Grand Rapids, Michigan, and now live in the historic district downtown (not related to our getting older). Our oldest daughter, Paule (CdeP 2012), is studying engineering abroad this semester is Seville, Spain. Mia (CdeP 2014) started architecture at University of Michigan and is going through withdrawals from Southern California weather […]

Brannon Cavalier ’08

Since his graduation in June from Dartmouth he became employed at Flow Systems in Berthoud, CO. He is a Systems Integration Engineer for the technology that meters gas flow volumes in things like electronic fuel injection systems to huge gas pipelines.  The company–beginning in August last year–has sent him for installations, training, calibrations and software […]