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BBNC - Personal Note Henry J. Mau 9/2/2022  
In June 2022, Henry Mau '84 retired after a total of 35 years of government service. He, his wife Sabine, and two children will remain in the Williamsburg, VA area where he is now working as a USG contractor.
BBNC - Personal Note Rebecca S. Acheson 3/31/2022  
Cullen Acheson, '18, and Rebecca Acheson, '18, of Maryland, announce the birth of their daughter, Brianna Nova Acheson. Brianna was born on March 8, 2022 at Howard County General Hospital in Columbia MD, and is her parents' first child. See photo.

Published in the Summer 2022 Issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Carole L. Appleton 2/6/2022  
After a 19-month COVID assignment as a Specialized Case Investigator with the Epidemic Intelligence Unit (EIU) of the Massachusetts Community Tracing Collaborative (CTC), Carole became a member of the Montachusett Public Health Network team, serving Central Massachusetts communities.

Published in the Summer 2022 Issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Richard E. Hayden 1/26/2022  
Remembrance of roommate Bill Cryer '68 on MLK Day

Today I was motivated to write down some memories of Bill Cryer and what his life meant to me. Happy to share it with you. I know that many of you were also positively affected by Bill's life. Please share your memories and thoughts (and I would treasure any photos that anyone might have!)

Best to all-I hope that you are doing well. Dick

I think that today is appropriate to pay tribute to a special person who changed my outlook on life, as well as that of many others.

Bill Cryer and I were assigned as roommates upon entering Norwich University in the fall of 1964. We both aspired to be engineers. Bill was the first in his family to attend college, and he was determined to live up to the opportunity that had never been available to his ancestors or parents. The beauty of a Norwich education is that EVERYONE starts the journey from the same spot. Bill's determination and his family's commitment rubbed off on me and we both nailed our academics in our freshman and sophomore years, while passing on the readily-available social opportunities and most extracurricular activities (and I had learned to concentrate while he practiced his trumpet across our shared desk). We enjoyed conquering the challenges of the Norwich life and had many good laughs about it. We both had steady girlfriends but, sadly, given the social attitudes prevailing at the time, we (he) chose not to even go to a movie theater together. Bill was warmly embraced by my folks and was a frequent guest at our home, and his wonderful parents became friends of our family.

See the Spring 2022 issue of the Norwich Record for more of this class note.
BBNC - Personal Note Brian P. Robertson 2/21/2022  
CW5 (Ret.) Brian P. Robertson '87 received the 10,000 Hour Flight Award from Major General Charles Cleveland on 25 June 2021. Program copy reads "CW5 Robertson received the prestigious and venerated 10,000 Army Aviation Flight Hour Award this past summer; one of two soldiers to have received this award while on active duty. He contributed immeasurably to the unit and accumulated over 11,000 flight hours, 5,700 of which were in combat and imminent danger."

Brian also retired from the U. S. Army with over 34 years of service on 5 November 2021. See Photo.

Published in the Spring 2022 issue.

BBNC - Personal Note Jonathan A. Marshall 1/6/2022  
Jon Marshall '05 was named the New England Patriots Coach of the Year after successfully leading Randolph (MA) High School to its first ever Super Bowl victory on Dec. 1, 2021. With this award Jon is now nominated for the Don Shula award presented to the top high school football coach in the entire country. Jon teaches history at Randolph H.S. and lives in Milford, MA with his wife Jennie and son Callahan. Jon is also an active member of the Class of 2005's reunion committee. See photo.

Published in the Spring 2022 issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Dakota J. Shelton 1/6/2022  
Dakota Shelton '20 and Brian Winner '15 graduated from the New Jersey State Police Academy on Dec. 23, 2021 with the 162nd class. See photo.

Published in the Spring 2022 issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Brian M. Winner 1/6/2022  
Dakota Shelton '20 and Brian Winner '15 graduated from the New Jersey State Police Academy on Dec. 23, 2021 with the 162nd class. See Photo.

Published in the Spring 2022 Issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Matthew B. McGrath 11/24/2021  
Matthew McGrath, '03, and Kimberly Predham, of Union, NJ, announce the birth of their daughter, Margaret Lynn McGrath. Maggie was born on Nov. 14, 2021 at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ, and is her parents' second child.

Published in the Winter 2022 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Matthew B. McGrath 1/15/2020  
Matthew McGrath recently accepted a position as an associate editor at FoxBusiness.com, the Fox Business Network website. He previously worked at The (Bergen County) Record where he worked as an assignment editor and led a team of reporters to win a breaking news award from the Society of Silurians and the New Jersey Press Association in 2019. He lives in New Jersey with his wife Kimberly. They celebrated the birth of their first child, Emily Anne, in March 2019.

BBNC - Personal Note Eric R. Anderson 6/24/2021  
Eric was recently named Senior Director for Business Development at General Dynamics Information Technology leading GDIT's efforts to develop competitive solutions for Federal agencies in the Transportation, Justice, Finance and Diplomacy sectors.

Published in the Fall 2021 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Amanda E. Harrington 7/4/2021  
Lt. Col. Amanda Harrington recently took command of the 302d Signal Battalion at Fort Detrick, MD.

Published in the Fall 2021 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Janelle V. Kutter 7/4/2021  
U.S. Army officer Janelle (Verbeck) Kutter P'23 was recently promoted to the rank of colonel. She will be attending the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA, this year and is slated to take command of the Military Entrance Processing Station - Chicago in 2022.

Published in the Fall 2021 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Elizabeth A. Massey-Sawyer 6/4/2021  
Betsy Massey-Sawyer wrote to say she'll be attending Homecoming 2021 with her husband and Betty Shields-Gardner.

Published in the Fall 2021 issue of the Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Henry R. Miniter 6/22/2021  
Henry Miniter works as an Attorney at the Caplis Law firm in Denver, and specializes in medical malpractice litigation.

Published in the Fall 2021 Issue of Record
BBNC - Personal Note Malcolm B. Reid 10/19/2020  
Last month IFSEC Global announced its 2020 Most Influential in Security & Fire list. This list showcases industry thought-leaders, security executives and other industry leaders around the globe and receives hundreds of nominations. I was quite happy to have been named #5 in the commercial category under thought leadership.
<https://www.ifsecglobal.com/ifsec-global-security-fire-influencers/ifsec-global-influencers-in-security-and-fire-2020/>

Picture published in Winter 2021 Issue of The Record
BBNC - Personal Note Paul E. Schirmer 6/1/2021  
CAPT Paul Schirmer ('91) has retired from the Navy Reserve after 30 years of service and looking forward to getting back to the Hill this fall! He is currently employed by the Defense Intelligence Agency, Ft. Meade MD.

Published in the Fall 2021 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Michael P. Shoen 10/23/2021  
Col. Michael P. Shoen, P'23 retired from the Army National Guard with 33 years of service on September 30, 2021. Col. Shoen enlisted in the Vermont National Guard while a Rook in 1988. His serviced included 3 years of enlisted service, 30 years as an Officer and 8 years of Active Service. He served in the Vermont, Texas and Michigan National Guard throughout his career. Deployments included Operation Hurricane Katrina, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation, Operation Enduring Freedom (2) and Operation COVID Relief. See Photo.

Published in the Winter 2022 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Steven G. Tiersch 10/4/2021  
Congratulations to Steven and wife Sari who grew their family by 2 littles this year. Zoey Lynn, born October 12, 2015, was officially adopted on May 6, 2021 after having been a part of their family since October 2019. They also welcomed a baby boy, Karl "KJ" Josef Tiersch, born August 18, 2021. See Photo.

Published in the Winter 2022 issue of The Record.
BBNC - Personal Note Wallace K. Williams 6/28/2021  
Longtime Douglas Residents Wallace (Sandy) K. Williams, Jr. and Susanne Williams were an easy choice for this year's Grand Marshals of the Douglas, AK 4th of July events for their longtime service and commitment to making Douglas a better place to live, play and gather.

See more at: https://www.douglas4thofjuly.com/about-9
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