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James Corey ‘02, posted 10/11/2013

(6007 Gabrielle Ave Ann Arbor, MI 48103-9839; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Currently, I am the Associate Director of Major Gifts, West and Mid-Michigan Region at University of Michigan. I volunteer with the local high school as the varsity lacrosse coach. I also serve on multiple non-profit boards: United Way, Neutral Zone, and AAPS. In addition, I am married to my high school sweetheart. We welcomed our son Lucas on June 5th, 2012.

William Hustwit ‘02, posted 10/11/2013

(606 E Wayne Ave Wooster, OH 44691-2319; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) I'm finishing up a semester teaching U.S. history at the University of Mississippi and was just hired for a tenure-track position at Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama. This May, my book, James J. Kilpatrick: Salesman for Segregation will be in print.

Rodrigo Guzman-Sanchez ‘09, posted 10/11/2013

(12945 N Thornydale Rd Marana, AZ 85658-4794; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Since Kenyon I have been fortunate enough to be one of the three owners of an organic beverage startup - King Kava. Started by Ben Berdan, one of my Kenyon friends, his high school friend and NYU grad Nick Haycock, King Kava is about five months old. I joined the company soon after inception after the wedding of another of our mutual Kenyon friends, Andrew Stein, in September, 2012. Since then we have enjoyed a great deal of success, expanding our client list to some 35 stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn, most recently landing Whole Foods. Through quite a bit of sweat equity, two of us will soon be working solely for the King Kava brand as we continue to expand our business. 

Cooper, Zachary "Zachary" '00 Posted: 7/24/2012

I'm into my fifth year as a Police Officer for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. After serving on patrol for 3 years, I have been assigned to a tactical narcotics unit for the last two in Charlotte's inner city area.The work is crazy and new every day and certainly keeps me guessing. I see Ben Holland often, as he and his family live her in Charlotte as well. The Democratic National Convention is coming here in September, which means Charlotte will see more visitors at one time than ever before. It's a great opportunity for Charlotte, but presents certain challenges for the city and those who serve it. Charlotte is a great town and a wonderful place to live. If anyone finds their way down here, be sure to look us up.

In Chi,

Zach Cooper

Gunther, Paul "Paul" '06 Posted: 6/21/2011 4:49:05 PM

I moved to San Francisco a year ago to take a job in development at UCSF. I ended up moving 5 blocks away from one of the guys in my class, Edwin Barnes. Also had a great time back in May in Gambier for reunion. Lodge looks great.

Stephenson, Gregory "Greg" '00 Posted: 2/1/2007 12:24:36 PM

Well its been a fun past year. Where to start, I finally graduated from Grad school in May 2006 with my masters in Architecture and am now practicing with a small design-build firm in Chicago that does mostly residential work. The biggest news of the year is the birth of my daughter, Anna Noelle Stephenson born 12-22-06. She is doing very well and keeping Gaby, my wife, very busy. Other than that I am playing soccer on a regualr basis and have found that I don't have a lot of time for much else. Anyway I am sure more news will come, but until then...

Scharff, Daniel '04 Posted: 1/8/2007 12:55:26 PM

Im now soaking up the sun in Madrid, Spain. I am still working for Morningstar, but in a different capacity (managing data relations for Portugal & Spain).