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Class of 1998 reunion 2008

Class Secretary: Tyler Munoz, Apt. 6, 156 St. Paul St., Brookline MA 02446, tyler_munoz@yahoo.com

Class President: Robert Curtis, 505 Courtney Dr., Fairport, NY 14450, rcurtis@eatonvance.com

News reporter Paul Blume, previously with NBC affiliate in Madison, Wis., is now with the NBC affiliate in Milwaukee. “The geographical move wasn’t all that big, but the move in markets was,” says Paul. Last fall, he and a colleague at the Madison station won an Emmy from the Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for “Outstanding Achievement for Documentary Programs – Documentary of Current Significance” for their coverage of Wisconsin soldiers in Iraq. “We were competing with stations from throughout the region, and most of the awards went to Chicago. It was nice to break up their little party!”… David Chamberlain and Justin Freeman continue to ding-dong their way through another Nordic ski season. In January, both competed in the U.S. Cross Country Championships. As the top U.S. finisher (third overall) in the 10K classical event, Freeman was recognized as national champion in that event. Chamberlain, though, had an overall better meet, taking a second, fourth, 13th, and 17th in four events and was selected to the U.S. team that competed in February at the World Nordic Ski Championships in Germany. Through early February, Freeman was ranked 15th among U.S. skiers, while Chamberlain was 6th…. After producing at the Sally Jessy Raphael talk show, Lonnie Klein moved from New York to Los Angeles with his girlfriend, where he’s creating and developing his own shows, both scripted (such as sitcoms and talk shows) and unscripted (such as reality-based shows) for cable and network television. “I finished a project for E! Entertainment and NBC studios and am looking to head up my own production company in 2005.”… Christine Quinn is back in New York finishing her final year at Fordham Law after spending last summer with the U.S. Army 3rd Infantry Division JAG office at Ft. Stewart, Ga. “It was a tough, awesome learning experience working with an incredible group of JAG officers and soldiers, most of whom spent at least a year in Iraq and are heading back for another year deployment. While in Georgia I was able to see Brendan Cullen and Phil Alegranti, both at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. I am working full time at the Council on Foreign Relations and look forward to joining the Army as a JAG officer upon completion of the Bar this summer.”… Jessica Stewart Lord writes: “Still working on my doctorate in clinical psychology at UConn.”


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