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Births & Adoptions

’99 Marcus Stauffer ’99 and Susie Stauffer, identical twin daughters, Cassidy Jeanne and Phoebe Isabelle, April 19, in Long Branch, New Jersey. ’04 Anne Dahlie ’04 and Trevor McProud ’04, a son, Ferguson Paul, Dec. 28, in New York City. ’05 Caroline Mullen ’05 and Matt Hilerio, twins, Margaret Caldwell and Matthew Hinton, Aug. 30,…

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Weddings & Celebrations

’83 Merrie Margolin Stratton ’83 and Robert Stratton, June 30, 2018, in Kiowa, Colorado. ’88 James Grossman ’88 and Shannon Engemann, Aug. 31, in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. ’10 Jayash Paudel ’10 and Palista Kharel, March 12, in Kathmandu, Nepal. ’11 Brendan Boepple ’11 and Olivia Wall ’12, June 15, in Charlotte, North Carolina. ’12 Audrey Steen…

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In Memoriam: Nick Mystrom ’94

Nick Mystrom ’94 died unexpectedly on Sept. 25 at age 48. He was raised in Anchorage, Alaska, and graduated from Colorado College with a degree in economics. He was a standout athlete and the all-time leading scorer in CC football history. Nick went on to play professional football. After his playing career, he became a real…

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Obituaries

’36 Vanessa Morgan Reid raised a family with her husband Clifford in Los Angeles, then went on to work for the California Department of Health. She died July 28 at age 105. ’42 Leanna Allen worked for the War Production Board and then the Civilian Production Administration until she married in 1948 and became an…

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In Memoriam

George Simmons, who taught mathematics at CC from 1962 to 1990, died Aug. 6 in Colorado Springs. He was 94 years old. George studied Banach algebras for his dissertation work at Yale University and focused his later work in classical analysis. He taught at Williams College, the University of Rhode Island, the University of Maine, Yale,…

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Obituaries

’44 John “Jack” Coash, a World War II veteran and geologist, held positions including assistant provost at Bowling Green State University. He later worked with the National Science Foundation in India and Washington, D.C., and served as founding dean of science and dean of the School of the Arts and Sciences at California State University,…

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A Tribute to Joan Stone

Joan Stone taught poetry for years at Colorado College, both creative writing and modern poetry classes. She had an extraordinary ear for poetry, for nuances of sound and rhythm. And she was an exacting teacher. She would sometimes send her poetry students away on the second day of class because they weren’t reading the poems…

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Weddings & Celebrations

’14 Erin Slay ’14 married Craig Harris Jr., May 31, in Westminster, Colorado. ’12 Elle Emery Shafer ’12 married Max Shafer in Victor, Idaho, on Aug. 4, 2018.

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Births & Adoptions

’86 Alejandra and David Pollak ’86, a daughter, Colette Evelyn, March 10, 
in New York City. ’05 Katie Ries ’05 and Stephen Martin, a daughter, Margaret Webb, Nov. 20, in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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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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