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Daniel Leiva (PPE ’09) and his wife Brittany welcomed their daughter Chloe Isabella on August 24, 2018. Andrea Noren (’86) works with the homeless and very low-income individuals in an Emergency Housing and Advocacy Program.
The King’s College is pleased to announce the 2018 alumni award winners, who will be honored at Homecoming: Doug Hautz (’84), Jordan (’05) and Katie (’06) Fischer, and Tom Jackson (’74).
Kashmiri Schmookler (MCA ’15) was admitted to the University of St. Andrews, and Matthew Sheffield (’18) and Madeline Montgomery (’17) married on August 18.
David Komarnicki (’59) recently self-published a book about growing up during World War II. Gaye (Davey) Mallet (’80) is being honored as the 2018 Community Champion for Dutchess County by United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region.
On Sunday, August 12, a group of D.C. alumni gathered yet again at Dr. Loconte’s townhouse to enjoy conversation, food, and friendship
Benjamin Gotchel works in D.C. as a Freedom Partner Retention Manager at International Justice Mission (IJM), an organization dedicated to ending slavery.
Rev. Dr. John Richard Tinklepaugh (’60) passed away on July 11, 2018. Laurie (Shupp) Eccleston (’82) earned a master’s in clinical mental health counseling.
“King’s does a great job preparing you to be influencers in this world,” Jordan says. “My advice is to remember that only God, through His Spirit, can prepare your heart and this is a life-long journey.”
Martha Kitchen (NBC ’66) passed away on June 11, 2018. Luke (PPE ’14) and Alessandra (Haynes) Trouwborst (PPE ’14) welcomed a second daughter, Lucy.
Paul Willard (’74) has accepted the position of associate vice president for finance at Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Ga.