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Rich Brooks lives in Scarborough, ME, with wife Cybele and their daughters Maya, 5, and Sophie, 3. His company, Flyte New Media (www.flyteblog.com) just celebrated 10 years in business offering Web design and Internet marketing for small businesses. He counts marketing consultant Katie Riker Sternberg among his clients. Although Rich doesn’t see classmates as much as he would like, he had dinner and a few beers with fellow “Dogwood D” roomie Chris Coughlin this past fall.
Wilson Kimball has created her own jewelry line, which debuted this summer at a fashion show at the Saratoga racetrack. The line features one-of-a-kind pieces as well as funky charm chains. You can check it out at wilsonkimball.com.
In sunny St. Thomas, VI, Betsy Corvene is relieved that September—historically the most active month for hurricanes there—passed without incident. She ran her sixth consecutive marathon in NYC in November. Lisa Hollenberg Rowan waved her in at mile eight and later hosted Betsy for dinner.
Tracy Adler is curator of the Hunter College Art Galleries in Manhattan. Husband John Bentham is a photographer.
Rob Kearney and wife Alice Hemphill Kearney live in the Boston area. Rob is in software sales for London-based Fidessa LatentZero, and Alice practices art therapy at Plymouth Counseling on the South Shore. They live in Duxbury with Lane, 9, Maggie, 7, and Rowen, 4 months. The family visits Saratoga about once a year to see Alice’s aunt and uncle, who retired there. They love to go to the track and wander the campus and downtown Saratoga Springs.
Ross Freedman took a sabbatical from advertising to kayak, run a marathon in Hawaii, and become a certified personal trainer. After 18 months, he switched to writing and producing for a Web-design agency in downtown Chicago. Over Labor Day he “got hitched, with Erik Rimalovski serving as one of my Better Men.”
Curt Kaplan moved from Los Angeles to Vancouver with his wife, Lauren Tom, who works for the television show Men in Trees. Curt is a full-time dad for the year to sons Ollie, 6, and Leo, 4. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John McCarthy lives in Portsmouth, NH, with wife Anita Black McCarthy ’89 and children Grace, 10, Andrew, 7, and Sara, 6. He is finishing a master’s at Harvard Divinity School and working toward becoming an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. Anita has a private practice in child and family therapy. They welcome hearing from friends at email@example.com.
Karen Levitt is in her eighth year as a teacher and coach at Northfield Mount Hermon School in western Massachusetts. She teaches world and US history and economics and plans to lead a study-abroad trip to Greece this spring. Karen coaches girls JV and varsity and boys novice crew. Out of class she does canoe racing and Nordic skiing. In November she ran her 10th marathon in NYC.