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Bryn Mars finally made the leap to NYC and is living in a small apartment in Hell’s Kitchen. She left New York Sports Club and has joined the Sports Club/LA as its fitness manager. Although she misses DC, she’s happy to be seeing her Skidmore friends on an almost daily basis and says, “Feel free to stop by the club on the Upper East Side for a visit anytime!”
Matt Tiede graduated from Drexel University’s physician-assistant program and is director of the medical intensive-care unit at Christiana Hospital in Newark, DE. He gets to NYC frequently to visit his girlfriend Jill and his buds.
Adam Stein is an attorney in NYC. He spends his free time working with a group devoted to implementing a 2 a.m. curfew for bars and clubs in NYC.
Amy Czerniewski Sienko earned an MSN and passed her nurse-practitioner boards. She works as an “official” pediatric nurse practitioner. She got married December 30.
David Pecchia is enjoying his second year of marriage to wife Juliana Bontecou. They were married in 2005 in Millbrook, NY. Skidmore friends in attendance were Jon Boudreau ’01, Richard Chu ’01, David Eyerman ’01, Bryan Sennot, Kaja Kilburn ’01, Chris Reichart, Nicholas Newcomb, and Kari Stewart. David continues to work at Millbrook School, where starting next year he will be director of the annual fund. He is in his sixth season coaching boys’ varsity ice hockey.
In San Francisco, CA, Caren Arbeit has enjoyed seeing Mike Gittelman, Chris Haseman ’03, Meghan Kane ’04, Shannon Bowes ’03, Dan Cath ’03, and Amelia Crane ’06. This fall she will be attending a doctoral program in sociology at the University of Minnesota. She is very excited, but says she will miss San Francisco.
Sarah Feingold, who has been selling her jewelry on etsy.com for more than a year, is now working for etsy, “doing some in-house legal work, some business development, jewelry stuff, and other entrepreneurial work.”