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JayCee Hoffman (’57) writes with an invitation to an alumni reunion, and Elle Rogers (’19) began a nine-month academic residency with the John Jay Fellows Program.
Carol Meisky (’42) died peacefully in her sleep on Oct. 31, 2019, and a book by Phil Hopkins (’95) on Christianity and Iran will be published with Palgrave Macmillan next year.
For Nina Chelidze (PPE ’14), the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics major at King’s served as the perfect complement to her life-long ambition of working in business.
Bruce Wolff (’81), 2015 recipient of the Charles W. Anderson award, writes about an eye-opening series of conversations with a Manhattan lawyer.
Mary Josephsen Kuhn (’79) passed into God’s presence on Sunday, June 16, 2019, and Rick Veit (’83) was married on June 1, 2019 at West Point to Maria Scott (not an alumna).
Lizzie Dunn (MCA ’14) now teaches in her own miniature King’s, a class of kindergarteners at Success Academy.
Dr. Joseph Loconte hosted King’s alumni in his Washington, D.C. home for a discussion with Dr. David Tubbs on religious freedom, Christian engagement in civic society, and other timely topics.
This has been a month of celebration for King’s alumni! Cordelia Barber (’45) celebrates her 95th birthday, Meagan Dishman (’14) got married, and Stefan Bulic (’18) was offered a full-time position as an analyst at Blackstone Alternative Asset Management.
Cindy Watson (’65) and her husband Chris (’68) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, and Dr. Joseph H.G. Wint (’68) published Secrets of a Happy Marriage: Fifty Years of Love.
Josh Craddock (PPE ’13) was sworn into the Colorado bar, and Deborah Harrison (’74) spends her retirement visiting nursing homes with her therapy dogs.