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Communications and Marketing
Take a look at what some Forester alumni have been up to in the past six months:
Glennette Tilley Turner co-wrote A Journey on the Underground Railway for Graue Mill and Museum in Oak Brook, Illinois for a public walk that was held in August.
Joan Lofstrom Sinadinos moved to the Little Rock, Arkansas area two years ago to be nearer one of her daughters. “Making new friends worked well as I play bridge,” Sinadinos wrote. “I learned to do this between classes in the coffee shop. Another great experience at Lake Forest College!”
Roberta “Bobbie” Dailey Sanders and her husband, Robert, have three children and two grandchildren. Robert teaches nuclear engineering at the University of Maryland graduate school and Bobbie has retired from high school teaching. “We have enjoyed many years of boating and water skiing and now love to travel and spend time with family and friends.”
Howard Molen writes from Normandy Beach, New Jersey: “Fellow alumni, thank you for the many telephone calls and check-ins. Let’s make a plan to either reunite in New York City; Naples, Florida; or in areas of Connecticut and New Jersey. Keep the telephone lines red hot and thank you for all the well wishes.” Molen can be reached at 914-381-8550.
Blue Nile, a leading diamond and fine jewelry retailer, announced in October the appointment of Ruth Sommers as its chief operating officer.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced in August the hiring of Brice O’Keeffe as director of sales and marketing at Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Washington DC.
In August, Joseph Marcus wrote: “Greetings from sunny (and hot!) South Florida. Like any native New Yorker, I’ve since migrated to South Florida. I make my home in Delray Beach these days. I keep busy by Uber driving, personal driving, and running other people’s errands. I’m also enjoying the beautiful weather down here.”
In December, Pinck & Co. Inc., announced that Andrew Weesner of South Boston was hired as senior project manager to help lead its development consulting program. Pinck is a comprehensive real estate development and project management services firm.
In October, Jessica Berger, a lecturer in the College’s Department of English, participated in an Open Door Readings at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago with Professor of English Robert Archambeau.
Amy Stout Alderman and Bobby Alderman welcomed their first child, Tenley Blaire Alderman. “We live in Houston, where I work as a consultant for an education technology company and Bobby works as a CPA,” Amy wrote in November.
Thomas Bark, a member of the Forester men’s hockey program, graduated from Ohio State University Law School and acquired his doctoral degree last May. He is currently employed as the assistant to the general manager of hockey operations with the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets.
Sam Mulford landed his dream job immediately following graduation: He joined the Chicago Bears front office as football assistant. In this role, Mulford assists with a variety of assignments, including film breakdown, meeting and game week preparation, and statistical analysis. Mulford was a four-year letter winner on the Forester football team.