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FAL-WIN 2016

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60 PIERCE / FALL 2016 CLASS NOTES of 40 to honor for their work in Fairfield County. The journal received more than 100 nominations. Dembishack is an account supervisor at Catapult Marketing in Westport, CT. She is married to John Dembishack '04 and the couple is expecting their first child in November. 2004 Kellie (Beaudoin) Cannon '04 recently moved back to Massachusetts with her husband and two boys (4 and 1) after ten years of living North Carolina. She is happy to back in New England! 2005 "We are excited to announce that we added a future Franklin Pierce alumnus to our family. Andreas and Regina (Bonito) Sonyi '05 welcomed their first child, Sebastian Kristof Sonyi, on May 13, 2016." 2007 Jennifer (DePaul) Hemmerdinger '07 and her husband, Jonathan Hemmerdinger, moved from Arlington, Virginia to Boston in May. Jennifer started a new job working in communications for Ernst & Young in its Boston office. They are both thrilled to relocate back to New England to be closer to their family and friends. They also adopted a kitten named Harmony. Julie (Gordon) Planera '07 is currently in her 10th year of teaching ELA in inner-city Boston and is a newlywed! 2008 Barbara Fairweather '08 reports, "I got engaged to Robert L. Sullivan III, and our wedding date will be October 2017. Also, we bought our first home this summer in Ayer, Massachusetts." 2011 Benjamin "Ben" Rosenfeld MBA '11 writes, "My wife, Rachel, and I got married this past November. I started a new position just over a year ago in June 2015 at American International College in Springfield, Mass., as its associate athletic director for internal operations." 2012 Anthony Chighisola '12 , MBA '14 and Christina Didino '13 recently became engaged. They both now live in Newton, MA. Danielle "Dee" Dolan '12 reports, "I completed my master's degree in counselor education and will be starting my first job with Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, Connecticut, with the GEAR UP program! Also, I am new head field hockey coach at Brookfield High School in Brook- field, Connecticut (I'm a former player and captain of FPU's team 2008-2011). Pierce Pride for life!" Deborah "Debbie" Lynch M.Ed '12 reports, "I have some exciting news. I got a new job! I am so excited to be starting in my first self contained classroom job. I start in September as a 5th grade teacher in the Emily Bergeron '04 writes, "This year I adopted a beautiful kitten named Winnie Cooper." Diana (Millett) White '04 and her husband, Jason, welcomed a baby boy, Charlie, on February 20, 2016. Diana works in marketing and lives in Foxboro, Massachusetts. Patricia "Patty"(Goodwin) Duncan '05 writes, "Big things happening here! I got married to Craig Duncan on August 1, 2015. We welcomed our daughter Anastasia Grace Elizabeth on May 5, 2016. Woo hoooo!" Patrick '06 and Melissa (Dunn) Petrella '05 will celebrate five years of marriage this November and are expecting their second child in early March. Their son, Cullen, is very excited to become a big brother! Casey Bolduc '08 and Meghan Eileen Farrell '07 are engaged to be wed on August 27, 2016, in East Durham, New York. The happy and Pierce Proud couple currently resides in Atkinson, New Hampshire, and would like to thank all their classmates for the support and great memories over the years! Photos: one from their time at school and one more recent. On July 10, 2016, Jason A. Archambeault '08 , MBA '10 celebrated four years as being co-owner of Granite Air Center, located at the Lebanon Municipal Airport in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. Granite Air Center is an aviation services company, providing fueling, hangar storage, de-icing, maintenance, and all concierge services for both commercial and private aircraft. Purchasing this business would not have been possible without the education gained from Franklin Pierce University. Jason hopes to soon be able to teach some undergraduate courses either online or at the Lebanon campus so that he can share his real work experiences with other students. In the photo, Jason is the one on the right.

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