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Jason Walder lives and owns a personal-training fitness business in Bridgeport, CT.
John Beckman completed another year of producing outstanding theater in Chicago including two Joseph Jefferson Citation–recommended original plays: [the] Violent Sex by David Scott Hay, and Arrangement for Two Violas by Susan Lieberman. His company, Visions & Voices, has chosen to go on hiatus. “No one ever really quits theater, you just take a break,” explains John. Plans are underway to shoot [the] Violent Sex as a low-budget film. John was “on location” in New Jersey in May for the installation of Action! An Adventure in Moviemaking—the traveling exhibit he produced for his employer, the Museum of Science & Industry. John serves as co-chair of the Skidmore club in Chicago, which has many great events scheduled this year. For more information, visit www.skidmore.edu/alumni and click on “clubs.”
Nicole Brown McDermott lives in Denver, CO, with husband Rob and son Samuel, 2. Nicole is an anesthesiology resident at the University of Colorado; her husband is an allergist in Denver.
Joe Schmitt completed an MBA and moved to Brighton, MA, where he is marketing director at Brookline Bank. He invites friends to contact him at email@example.com.
Actor John “Bones” Rodriguez is busy helping Rick Kiley ’96 promote a healthy snack product throughout the US (www.PeeledSnax.com). Bones still performs with Kundalini Komedy members Alex Goldberg and Matt Kalman and invites friends to check out the McDonald’s videos he starred in at www.bonesrodriguez.com.
From the baby news desk, Danielle Charney Dourmashkin and Jordan Dourmashkin announce the birth of daughter Leah Marley in March; she joins sister Chloe, 2.
Heather Trish and husband Jim Schubert welcomed daughter Ingrid in December. After taking a three-month maternity leave, Heather returned part-time to her position as a 9/11 counselor and assistant program director in NYC.
Michele Badeau Smith’s family has also expanded: son Timothy was born in January. “He is a precious, good-natured baby,” says his doting mom.
Frank Yunes and wife Monica welcomed son James in January. “He is not named after the former defenseman for the New York Rangers,” insists Frank. Everyone is healthy and doing well. Frank runs his own law practice in Lexington, MA, specializing in estate planning. Monica is a dietitian in private practice in Needham.
Bass player Josh Zucker lives in Mill Valley, CA, with his wife and daughter. He’s a systems editor at the San Francisco Chronicle.