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Notes from Classes of the 90's
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1992, Daniel S OwenOpen in a New Window

DANIEL OWEN and MARY NASH were married on December 29, 2014, at Matthews Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Matthews, North Carolina. In attendance were William Mansfield III '92, Henry Walker '90, and Brian Irving '92. Mary is an elementary school counselor, and Dan works for Shell Oil Company. They live in Charlotte, North Carolina. | 2015-01-22 17:24:48


1998, William D Selden VIOpen in a New Window

WILLIAM D. SELDEN VI was recently elected to the board of directors of the Westwood Club, a private tennis and social club in Richmond. | 2015-01-04 23:16:08


1996, Bartram Andrew Shaeffer Sr.Open in a New Window

To BARTRAM "BART" and BETH ANN SHAEFFER, a son, Walter Humphrey Shaeffer, on November 1, 2014. Walter joins his older brothers Charlie, George, and Bart. They live in Gibson Island, Maryland. | 2014-12-18 14:17:14


1995, Edward Dudley PayneOpen in a New Window

EDWARD DUDLEY PAYNE was recently featured in the online newspaper for his return to photography in Fauquier County. | 2014-12-01 11:53:52


1994, Beverley Boyden Clary IIIOpen in a New Window

B. BOYDEN CLARY III and CHRISTY ANN HOWARD were married September 20, 2014, at St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Richmond. In attendance were Mathew Day Fluharty 94, Charles Moore '67, and Jason Angus 97. They live in Richmond. | 2014-12-01 11:14:14


1990, Walter A. Blocker IIOpen in a New Window

WALTER A. BLOCKER II is a candidate for the board of governors for AmCham Vietnam. He is the chairman/CEO for Vietnam Trade Alliance. He has played an active role in the successful economic and social development of Vietnam, being a resident of the country since 1995. | 2014-11-19 09:34:12


1991, Robert HurtOpen in a New Window

ROBERT HURT recently won his reelection bid for the 5th Congressional District of Virginia. He garnered 61% of the vote. | 2014-11-19 08:39:15


1999, David A. Hobbs Jr.Open in a New Window

To DAVID and KIM HOBBS, a boy, John "Aidan" Hobbs, on June 15, 2014. Aidan joins twin sisters Anna and Addie, and brothers Allen and Andrew, in Birmingham, Alabama. | 2014-11-18 16:18:20


1998, Brian T. ChurchOpen in a New Window

BRIAN T. CHURCH recently started a new radio show on Supertalk 99.7 FM, WTN, from 10-11 a.m. central time in Nashville, Tennessee. On the show he takes calls and discusses entrepreneurship and small business strategies. | 2014-11-18 16:10:57


1997, John Alaster LoveOpen in a New Window

JOHN ALASTER LOVE was appointed the vice president of oil and gas at Transplace, a third-party logistics transportation company. | 2014-11-18 15:13:59


1996, Aaron ParksOpen in a New Window

AARON PARKS recently pulled a man from a burning vehicle, saving his life. Encountering a wreck at 3 a.m. on the Powhite Parkway in Richmond October 26, 2014, Parks heard the man screaming as fire engulfed the vehicle. Parks grabbed a hammer from his trunk, smashed the sunroof, and pulled the man to safety with help from his friend Mike Olsen. The man was covered in oil and badly hurt. Parks estimated that there was no more than 15 seconds to spare before the flames would have overcome the man. Within a minute or two, a small explosion further engulfed the vehicle. "I am no hero," he said. Be that as it may, Parks epitomizes the good man and good citizen that the College aspires to form. | 2014-11-15 10:48:31


1996, Ryan James CudnikOpen in a New Window

To RYAN JAMES and ELAINE LAMB CUDNIK, a son, William James Cudnik, on October 28, 2014. They live in Nevada. | 2014-11-13 16:40:50


1998, Yancey WashingtonOpen in a New Window

YANCEY WASHINGTON ran unopposed for clerk of superior court in the general election in Granville County, North Carolina, after overcoming two opponents in the Democratic primary. | 2014-11-12 16:34:18


1991, John H. MeltonOpen in a New Window

JOHN H. MELTON was recently named the new head of Fuqua School in Farmville. | 2014-11-12 13:58:35


1995, Andrew K. RaccaOpen in a New Window

ANDREW K. RACCA of Chevy Chase, Maryland, died September 30, 2014. | 2014-11-12 13:40:47


1997, Mr. Clay L. DohertyOpen in a New Window

CLAY L. DOHERTY graduated as part of the first cohort of the Corporate International Master's (CIM) Program on October 31, 2014, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Clay was awarded an Executive Masters in International Business, a Corporate MBA and an Executive Masters in Business Management. Clay currently is serving as a Presidential Appointee in the Obama Administration as Director of Protocol & Special Events at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). | 2014-11-04 16:10:21


1992, Edwin L. West IIIOpen in a New Window

EDWIN L. WEST III was named a partner with Brooks Pierce, a business law firm in Wilmington, North Carolina. He practices both civil and criminal law. | 2014-11-04 09:38:01


1998, Jayson Blair CollierOpen in a New Window

To JAYSON and SARAH COLLIER, a boy, Jackson Brody Collier, on June 24, 2014. They live in Charlottesville. | 2014-10-28 21:11:24


1990, Rev. J. Brian McVeyOpen in a New Window

Fr. J. BRIAN McVEY participated in the Anglican Alliance Consultation on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury's personal envoy to the Holy See, Archbishop Sir David Moxon, at the Vatican November 2-8, 2014. The purpose of the consultation was to understand approaches in the Anglican Communion and to define a road map for a Communion-wide response in prevention, rescue, care and support for survivors, among other work.The Archbishop of Canterbury and His Holiness gave their joint blessing to the ecumenical effort and interfaith initiative the Global Freedom Network, launched in Rome.McVey was one of twenty participants who are actively involved in the effort to stop slavery.The purpose of the consultation was to learn about the work of churches around the Anglican Communion in tackling modern slavery and human trafficking. The group will reflect on the most effective approaches and agree on recommendations for a Communion-wide response. These will focus on the prevention of trafficking and slavery, protection and support for survivors, prosecution of perpetrators, and policy and advocacy work with governments and the private sector. The Consultation is tasked specifically with crafting a response to human trafficking in the following areas: Prevention at the parish and community level; Policy and advocacy on legislation and action by governments, private sector, and etc.; Protection, care and support and empowerment for survivors; Prosecution of perpetrators, including work with police and the judiciary; Participation in the movement by churches and communities. Rev. McVey first became aware of the issue of modern slavery during the fall of 2007 as part of his ministry as rector at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Davenport, Iowa, and he was named an Episcopal Church Fellow in the spring of 2011 for his efforts to help awaken his parish and the wider Church to the problem, as well as its call to release all those enslaved. In March 2013, McVey was one of the participants in the church-wide conversation hosted by the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Katharine Jefferts-Schori.McVey has spoken extensively about the problem of modern slavery in provincial trainings, church settings, colleges and universities, as well as business forums, sharing the stories of those enslaved in our midst, as well as the stories of those who use them.McVey assumed his duties as rector of Church of the Advent, Nashville, on January 1. | 2014-10-28 00:31:10


1993, Mr James Charles Hickey IIIOpen in a New Window

JAMES CHARLES HICKEY III recently transitioned from a successful 20-year career in the fly fishing industry to a real estate career with REMAX/Obsidian, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He new job still allows time for fishing and bird hunting with his wife, Kim. | 2014-10-07 18:05:07


1995, Mr. James Arthur Evans IIIOpen in a New Window

To JAMES A. EVANS III and EMILY EVANS, a daughter, Hadley Elizabeth Evans, on February 13, 2014. They live near Tyler, Texas. | 2014-09-28 23:29:49


1997, Dr. Stephen A SaundersOpen in a New Window

Dr. STEPHEN SAUNDERS was appointed principal of the Baker-Butler Elementary School, a school of more than 600 students near Charlottesville. | 2014-08-28 21:55:24


1993, Jonathan Andrew MacklerOpen in a New Window

JONATHAN ANDREW MACKLER was named MDC Partners' KBS's new co-chief creative officer | 2014-08-14 14:02:27


1997, Stuart Taylor SmackOpen in a New Window

S. TAYLOR SMACK, head brewmaster and cofounder of Blue Mountain Brewery in Afton, announced the company is purchasing Charlottesvilles oldest brewing establishment, South Street Brewery. The brewery restaurant will be open mid-September 2014 under the South Street Brewery name. Smack worked at the Brewery for five years, having come "full circle," as he said, in now being able to purchase the property. | 2014-08-14 13:42:34


1992, Floyd T. FallenOpen in a New Window

FLOYD "TEE" FALLEN joined The Provident Group, a leading manufacturer and distributor of doctor blades, end seals and innovative solutions for the printing industry, as a technical sales representative. | 2014-08-14 13:28:03


1995, Michael Ryan FitzsimmonsOpen in a New Window

MICHAEL RYAN "MIKE" FITZSIMMONS, Delivery Agents founder and CEO, recently acquired Musictoday, a Crozet-based direct-to-fan music merchandise and marketing company. Delivery Agent, an interactive entertainment-commerce firm, has 375 employees in its San Francisco headquarters and offices in Denver, New York, and London, and will keep the 150 employees in the new Crozet location. | 2014-08-14 11:27:08


1992, Russell D. TurnerOpen in a New Window

RUSSELL D. TURNER, head men's basketball coach at University of California, Irvine, was named 2014 Big West Conference Coach of the Year and NABC District 9 Coach of the Year after leading the Anteaters to their first league regular-season title in 12 years and second consecutive 20-win season. | 2014-08-14 10:22:31


1991, Andrew G. BallouOpen in a New Window

ANDREW G. "ANDY" BALLOU recently climbed Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro with his son and other team members to raise more than $125,000, the majority of which is going to The Institute for Global Health and Infectious Disease. | 2014-08-05 16:47:16
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