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Marsha Steininger Ford writes: "I retired from the University of Texas School of Nursing at the end of August and look forward to the next chapter of my life."
Patricia Gallant Wasserman writes that her daughter, Leah, now a a freshman, is the third generation of her family to attend the University (see Alumni Review, ALUMNI LEGACIES: WHAT GOES AROUND).
Diane Schneider Scholand '82N (Mas) was named administrator for the Daytona Counseling Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. The Center offers individual and group therapy, as well as partial hospitalization care.
Christine Thurber Ervin '76W (Mas) reports that she is a pediatric nurse practitioner at Sweetser Children's Services in Saco, Maine.
Claudia Ashelman Owen writes that she remarried and graduated from Sage Graduate School's Family Nurse Practitioner Program in May 1998. She now works for Planned Parenthood in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Diane Schneider Scholand (see '72)
Laurie Walsh Ernest '90N(MS) is a nurse practitioner in women's health care and an adjunct faculty member based at Highland Hospital in Rochester . . . Corinne Kiernan married David Arrighini on September 27, 1997, in Lake Placid, N.Y. Rochester alumni in attendance included: Jackie Shapiro Robbins '93N (MS), Dawn Davidson Drancht '88RC, Jane Greenslade Ansbrow '88RC, and Robin Anderson Roland. Corinne got her master's degree in nursing at Boston College in 1995 and is employed as a pediatric nurse practitioner at Longwood Pediatrics in Boston. David works as a portfolio manager at State Street Global Advisors in Boston. The couple lives in Sudbury, Mass.
Abby Scheuer and her husband, Erik Schryver, announce the birth of their daughter, Katherine Elisabeth, on June 19, 1998. The baby weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces.
Laurie Walsh Ernest (see '88).
Debra Wilczewski Kosko (see '90 undergraduate).
Navy Ensign Amy Graczyk recently participated in Baltic Challenge '98, a multi-national exercise in the Mediterranean and Baltic Sea aboard the hospital ship USS Comfort. During the exercise, she and her shipmates provided trauma training for military doctors and lawyers from Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia. . . . Cynthia Johnston e-mails: "I am currently living in Washington, D.C., and writing health information guidelines for the telephone triage service of an international health care management company. Additionally, I've started a business called Resume Rehab for Nurses offering professional and career development consulting geared toward those in the nursing profession. You can find the web site at: www.zzpixel.com/resume-rehab/."
Debra Wilczewski Kosko N (MS) (see '90 undergraduate).
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