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Aimee Salvatore Adams and husband Jeff welcomed son William in June 2007. He arrived
on his expected birthday after a 30-hour journey into the world! The family lives in Long Beach, CA, where Aimee is a human resources manager at Herbalife International and can be reached
at AimeeAdams73@yahoo.com. She is still in touch with Nancy Levenson, Jennifer DeRosa, Wendy Bryant Fasciano, Johanna Kaplan Bryan, Jill Rousso, and Kim Armstrong-Force.
Kim Force and husband Christian (MIT ’95) welcomed son Tycho on December 29. Kim is taking time off from her job at Capitol Records to be with Tycho but still gigs in Westchester-area cover band Slick Trixie.
Amy Allen Taylor and husband Corey welcomed son Griffin in September. He joins sister Lindsey, 3.
Beth Turi Kaye and Ross Kaye ’96 welcomed daughter Samantha in June 2007. The family lives in North Westchester, NY.
Freelance writer and publicist Megan Kelley Hall’s debut novel, Sisters of Misery (Kensington Press), was recently released; it’s the first in a series of gothic page-turners. Megan is a founding partner of literary publicity company Kelley & Hall (kelleyandhall.com), which represents new writers as well as New York Times bestselling authors. A freelance writer for magazines including Glamour, Elle, and American Baby, Megan has an essay recounting her survival of a recent series of strokes and open-heart surgery that was included in former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan’s anthology, What’s Possible! (Meredith Books). Megan lives north of Boston in Swampscott with her husband and their daughter Piper, 5.
Husband Justin and I welcomed son Henry on March 4 in Boston. He joins Matthew, 5, and Caitlin, 2. I will continue to run my photography business after a brief maternity leave.