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1969: Bonita “Bonnie” Lahey, left, and Dorothy “Do” Bradley, who were off-campus roommates in their senior year, reunited for a joyous time in Montana during the summer of 2021. “Still crazy after all these years!” the friends say. 1976: Robin Morris Collin was appointed as senior adviser to the administrator for environmental justice at the…

Issue: Spring 2022 • Tags:

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1976 Lynn Morris has been inducted into the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame after being honored Sept. 30, 2021, at the annual International Bluegrass Music Association Awards Ceremony in Raleigh, North Carolina. Lynn, a banjo virtuoso, is the first person to twice win the coveted National Banjo Championship in Winfield, Kansas. She began performing in…

Issue: Winter 2021/22 • Tags:

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1959 Douglas “Doug” Harding Mitchell will be inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 6, 2021, in Hamilton, Ontario. Although Doug went to CC on a hockey scholarship, he ended up playing football as well. He also played with the B.C. Lions before joining the legal profession. He served as Canadian Football…

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1971 William “Bill” Oman and his husband, Larry Crummer, are staying healthy during the pandemic by sheltering in place. They were in the middle of another world cruise in late March 2020 when the cruise was abruptly terminated in Western Australia. They had to scramble to make their own arrangements to get home. Fortunately, their…

Issue: Spring 2021 • Tags:

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1975 Mark Johnstone recently relocated to Trinidad, Colorado, and sits on the Corazon de Trinidad Creative District board. He spent the last 16 years in Hailey and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, working at the local and state levels with Arts Idaho. He was also public art adviser for the entire state, 2012-13. Prior to that, Mark…

Issue: Winter 2020-21 • Tags:

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1971 David Dwyer recently retired from civil engineering after 45 years in the profession and 25 years as principal of Dwyer Engineering in Las Vegas, Nevada. David earned his engineering degree from Columbia University in New York City in 1974. He returned to Colorado Springs and worked in the construction field for a short time. In 1977,…

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Tigers Crossing Paths

CC CONNECTIONS Left to Right: Melissa Walker ’72 on a bird walk; Priscilla Walker Engeln ’73 (sister of Melissa) snow shoveling in April; Jay Engeln ’74 (husband of Priscilla) hiking with their dog Molly in May; Valerie Hanna ’18 hiking at Palmer Park in Colorado Springs in April.   When the Coronavirus pandemic prevented Melissa Walker ’72 from…

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1962 On April 26, 2020, Tilman “Tim” Moe and his wife, Ann, plan to start a trip across the U.S. from Wisconsin to San Francisco. They will walk and bike for a total of 80 miles in each of the connecting nine states to raise money and awareness for Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS) and progressive…

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags:

Tigers Crossing Paths CC Connections

Daniel Boron-Brenner ’07  writes, “It was a pleasant surprise for us to discover how small the world is, and how much of an impact CC has made on us as people as well as healthcare providers,” says Dan. Additionally, a fourth CC grad is at Albert Einstein Medical Center: Lily McKoy ’13 is a medical student currently rotating…

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Tigers Crossing Paths: CC Connections

While attending a women’s weekend in Averill in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, Nicki Steel ’69 and Samantha Elliman Bonz ’95 discovered they were both CC grads. They had a great time discovering commonalities with a love of CC, Colorado, art, and math, and Steel was able to share stories of how the Block Plan…

Issue: Winter 2019 • Tags:
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