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Brian Boscolo is a speech therapist working with elementary-school children in Baltimore, MD, where he lives with wife Sue and children Tony, 3, and Bridget, 4 months. He recently heard from freshman roommate Prin Chirathivat, who is CFO of a company in Thailand.
Joe Napolitano and his wife, Lisa, welcomed son Joseph in September. Joe can be contacted at email@example.com.
Charlie Kaplan was elected circuit court judge in Broward County, FL, with 62 percent of the vote.
A criminal attorney for the past 18 years, he has an office in downtown Fort Lauderdale: Kaplan and Singhal, PA. Charlie and his wife have three kids: Emily, 8, Ben, 9, and Zach, 12.
Michele Wyzga is transitioning from Portland, OR, to Bainbridge Island, WA, off the west side of Seattle. A sports massage therapist, she rows and coaches the sport, sails, kayaks, and river rafts. She recently took on the Rogue River in Oregon with Martha Christy Shimeall and her family. When not on the water, Michel plays cello, harvests grapes at a local vineyard, and continues remodeling her house.
In New Jersey Maritza Perez Ostlund teaches kickboxing to the local “desperate housewives.” A volunteer facilitator for a child assault–prevention program, she is gratified that she is playing a part in keeping children safe from predators.
Rayona Taylor Bennett has settled into a small town on the eastern shore of Maryland—a big change from life in the OC (Laguna Beach, CA).
She and her husband enjoy sailing the
Mark Walhimer owns a San Francisco–based business, planning interactive museums, science centers, natural history museums, and visitor centers (see www.walhimer.com). Most recently he opened a new museum in Mexico City: Museo Interactivo de Economico. He skis with Mike Goldman and enjoys traveling.
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