18 19 Off The Wall Trying to beat the everyday ho-hum of classes came very hard for some A-State students. Campus life during the week was filled with organizational meetings, special events, studying and relaxing.
Kevin Beran ’10 and Lauren Brown ’10 were married July 30, 2016, at St. Ryan Stephen Lewis MPP ’09 married Jamie Brooks Satterfield on Oct. The groom received a bachelor’s degree from Truman State University, Kirksville. The couple honeymooned in Japan, and they reside in Arlington. In 2014 she was a Fulbright scholar at PRIO, the Peace Research Institute Oslo. D’Amico earned his MBA from the George Washington University.
Joseph’s Cathedral in Columbus, Ohio, followed by a reception at the Ohio Statehouse, featuring a signature drink called the Terrapin and turtle-shaped chocolate favors. He is a development officer with the Ohio State University’s Fischer College of Business, and she is a marketing manager at Alliance Data Card Services. Jesse David Dymond ’08 married Robin Sarah Levine on March 18 at the Ritz-Carlton in Washington. Seven Terps performed in the inauguration of President Donald J. 20 as members of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band: Chief Warrant Officer Douglas Burian D. Ron Allen ’97 was promoted to vice president of national accounts at Superior Review, a provider of review management, consulting and attorney staffing, and placement services.
He works in Pittsburgh as a designer and engineer of natural gas wells for Rice Energy. The couple met in Cincinnati at the 2004 JCC Maccabi Games, an Olympic-style event held for Jewish teenagers. He earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore.
Alan Braun ’00 was promoted to CEO of interactive content creator Scrollmotion.
She loved counting the pumpkins and the sweets kept her going.‘It’s nice to be able to bring her to something like this and get her thinking about charity in a fun way.‘And it’s good for me to have some time to remember and reflect on all the good times I had with my great-grandad.’Around 15 Brownies from first Portsmouth Brownies joined in with the fun in aid of the hospice.