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Ann Marie Przywara
Catie Baumer married David Schwalb in August 2007 at their home in the Catskills. The wedding was officiated by Catie’s mom, Sally Francisco Baumer ’71. Those in attendance included Joshua Baumer ’99, Nicole Michaelson Baumer ’00, Meghan Duffy
Giannetto, Greg Wacks, Emily Herman ’95, Laurie Beimler Haskin’79, Carol Stone Luckenbach ’71, and Sarah Luckenbach ’04. Catie (email@example.com) holds an MFA from the National Theater Conservatory. She splits her time between the Catskills and NYC, where she is an actress and acting teacher.
Vanessa Prizeman Frost and husband Ken welcomed son Kenneth IV into their family on May 21. They are enjoying life in Mill Valley, CA, where Vanessa is busy being a new mom and was recently promoted into corporate sales at FedEx.
Scott Bronstein and his wife are proud parents of identical triplet girls CJ, Dylan, and Zoey, age 2. Scott is executive director of SCF Sports, a sports marketing company based in Chicago.
Becky Fitzpatrick finished up a reading-specialist master’s degree in North Carolina, then moved to Arlington VA, to teach a fourth-grade special-ed inclusion class. She loves the work. Becky sees Danielle Brulotte Brogan, who hosts grilling and gourmet dinners at her Arlington home.
Greg Goldberg is an artist in NYC. His drawings recently became part of the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, donated by the Judith Rothschild Drawing Foundation. He is currently at work on abstract oil paintings of specific color interactions. He sees Bill Kambas, wife Ariadne, and their children.
David Yoo’s second novel, Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before, was released this fall by Hyperion Press. He is the author of Girls for Breakfast.
Jillian Butler Liner and husband Eric welcomed their first child, Sam, on July 9. In August he was introduced to the little ones of Toni MacDonald Fein and Sabrina Shakley Brooks. Jillian is director of bird conservation for Audubon New York, and Eric is a producer at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Makario Sarsozo, who majored in Asian studies with minors in business and international affairs, spent his junior year abroad in Tokyo, Japan. He moved there after graduation, doing marketing for a Japanese Internet company. Eight years later he returned to NYC to produce news and entertainment content at Fuji Television Network’s New York office. He has interviewed celebrities such as Madonna, Jim Carey, and Tom Cruise. After a move to Nippon Television Network, he started his own freelance career producing documentaries, television shows, and corporate videos, including Texas Ranch House for PBS, an independent documentary on crystal-meth addiction called Rock Bottom, a series of videos for Washington Mutual Bank, a travel show called We Live Here for the Fine Living Network, Road Tasted for the Food Network, and, most recently, a segment on Make Me a Supermodel for the Bravo network.