Alumni Class Notes for January 2023
Two King's alumni run into each other in Madrid, Spain, and other alumni updates.
Bob Rusbuldt (‘71) and Ally Huizenga (‘23) ran into each other in Madrid, Spain (pictured together). Bob writes, “I had dinner with Ally, her mom and dad in Madrid at a TransAtlantic Conference. Participating in the Conference were members of Congress, U.S. private sector leaders, and leaders from Spain. We discussed all sorts of issues in a number of sessions, including trade, financial services, NATO and the EU, defense/security issues, the war in Ukraine, cyber security, and more.”
Bob writes, “Ally and I had a great discussion about King’s and compared notes from my graduation in 1979 to the TKC of today. While the campuses and professors are different, the mission of our great college remains the same!”
Andrew (‘10) and Emily (Miller) Schatz (‘11) welcomed Oliver George on November 4, 2022, joining older siblings Sonia, Clark, Jack, and Adelaide. Emily writes, “He’s a peaceful little guy and we are all so happy to have a baby again.”
Jane (Clark) Scharl (‘12) wrote Sonnez Les Matines, a play premiering in NYC on Tuesday, February 21. Connor Kopko (‘22) directs this production, with a second performance on March 1. Tickets are available for purchase here.
Katherine Thompson (‘17) accepted the role of Foreign Policy Advisor for U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO).