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1990 Classnotes


Michele Anderson  In May, she married again. It's great to have a partner at this stage of life! Her triplets, now 24 attended the ceremony. Her son Erik and his wife Greta did the readings, her son Gunnar signed the marriage license and her daughter Brynn conducted the ceremony. In June she retired after 32 years of teaching public school! In September she celebrated 10 years cancer-free after her bone marrow transplant to stop Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. She is looking forward to her new phase of life, but will miss having Moravian student teachers in her classroom!

Michele Anderson's Retirement only lasted for two months! She ran into Bryon Grigsby at the grocery store and he told her about a position at Moravian. She now is the Disability Support Coordinator in the Office of Disability Accommodations! This part-time job has her meeting with neurodiverse students and helping them achieve success in their classes. She has a purpose again, helping students succeed, but now one at a time rather than a whole class of 25 kids! It is great to be back on campus and the food offerings have improved tremendously since she was a student here!



Sharon Duffy and her husband Richard Duffy were at Vespers on December 11 to serve candles; this was also their 29th wedding anniversary – they were married in the Old Chapel – this was the 34th year they were serving candles together.

November 2021

Patricia Ruth passed away on October 27, 2021.

October 2020

Debbie Clasen Cullen has a small farm on her property in NJ with cows, pigs, chickens, and ducks. It keeps her very busy!

September 2020

Kinzie Capital Partners acquired Chelsea Lighting. The transaction was completed in partnership with Chelsea's management, including Tom Ike. Tom will continue to hold a key management role at Chelsea and serve as CEO.

May 2020

Thomas Ike, the president and a principal of Chelsea Lighting, is pleased to announce their launch of its dedicated Power over Ethernet Lighting and Controls specialty division to provide leading technology solutions to the real estate, design, and construction community.

Andy Hart, Senior Vice President of Diamond and Jewelry Supply at Tiffany’s answers questions in the article “What Does Tiffany’s New Diamond-Transparency Pledge Really Mean?” which appeared January 11 on Quartzy.

Brian Dailey has been named executive vice president of media for Solstice Studios, an independent studio, launched in October 2018 with a plan to produce, market, and distribute six to eight movies a year. Dailey oversees the media strategy, planning, and execution for Solstice Studios’ films across all platforms, with a focus on data-forward solutions that provide breakthrough audience-targeting opportunities. According to Variety, Dailey most recently worked for media agency UM, overseeing media strategy and planning for Sony Pictures’ theatrical releases including the blockbusters “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation.” He also previously served as EVP, managing director at Zenith Media, where he oversaw media initiatives at 20th Century Fox, FX, Hulu, Hallmark Channel, and DreamWorks Animation Television.