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Posts from the Spring 2019 issue

Weddings & Celebrations

’78 Elizabeth Frank ’78 and Steve Achelis, June 16, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. ’91 Sandy Buffett ’91 and Timothy Perez, Oct. 6, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. ’06 Chris Petersen ’06 and Lauren Seno, Sept. 22, in Door County, Wisconsin. ’08 William M. Copp ’08 and Emma Craft, Oct. 20, in Oyster Bay, New York. ’10…

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Births & Adoptions

’99 Katie Jenkins ’99, a daughter, Hannah Jean, March 21, in Bismarck, North Dakota. ’05 Megan Fitzgibbons ’05 and Yusuke Fitzgibbons, a son, Kai Michael, Sept. 25, in Yokohama, Japan. John Lanham ’05 and Eve Ardell Lanham ’06, a daughter, Sienna Claire Lanham, July 10, in San Diego, California. ’07 Jaime Boswell Cammack ’07 and…

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’44 Marjory “Marge” Reid Abbott passed away Jan. 4 at age 96. Those who predeceased her include her father, former CC professor W. Lewis Abbott, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth “Betty” Abbott McKeever ’41. ’45 Charlotte Lewis Skiffington started a career as a medical technologist before marrying an Army officer and living on various military…

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In Memoriam: Rudolph “Rudy” Gomez

Rudolph “Rudy” Gomez, an American politics professor at CC in the 1960s, died April 19, 2018. He was 87. Born in Rawlins, Wyoming, Rudy as a young man enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served during the Korean Conflict. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Utah State University, his master’s degree from Stanford University,…

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Remembering Professor Emeritus of History, William “Bill” Hochman

From war zones to the Mountain West, the late Professor Emeritus of History William “Bill” Hochman lived a full, fruitful, and generous life. His classes, specifically the legendary Freedom and Authority class, helped form the backbone of CC’s liberal arts education as the college grew and developed.

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