Heather Aceto ’13

Heather Aceto ’13 of Gray, Maine, got engaged to Justin Theriault on August 10, 2014, and was promoted to Human Resource Coordinator at Dingley Press, Inc.

Connie Noble ’14

Connie Noble ’14 will add “published author” to her resume when the September/October issue of Radiologic Technology rolls out this month. Noble’s article, “Service Quality in Mammography,” is an edited selection from the senior research paper she completed in culmination of her online BSRSA degree from Saint Joseph’s College.

Barbara George Plungis ’84

Barbara George Plungis ’84, ’97 of Watertown, Connecticut, recently retired from teaching online/distance learning after fourteen years. She will miss everyone but will always remain very connected to Saint Joseph’s College—her home away from home.

Pat Carey ’74 & Andrea Wagner Carey ’71

Pat Carey ’74 and Andrea Wagner Carey ’71 of Kennebunk, Maine, recently celebrated their son Matt’s accomplishment of playing for Scotland in the 2014 World Lacrosse Championship held in Denver, Colorado. Matt was eligible to play for Scotland because he was born there while Pat and Andrea were living in the country during the ’80s.

 

Jonathan Mulcahy ’05 & Sarah Bouchard Mulcahy ’07

Jonathan Mulcahy ’05 and Sarah Bouchard Mulcahy ’07 of Baring Plantation, Maine, were married on July 9, 2011. They welcomed the birth of their first child, Olivia Denise Mulcahy, on July 2, 2014. Olivia was born at Calais Regional Hospital in Calais. She weighed in at 5 lbs, 11.3 oz and was 19 inches long.

Jessica Belton ’10

Jessica Belton ’10 of Quincy, Massachusetts, got engaged to Christopher Cushman on September 1, 2013. She will be getting married at St. Peter’s Church and the reception will be at the White Cliffs Country Club in Plymouth on August 15, 2014.

The College offers its condolences to:

The family of Jody N. Connor ’74, who passed away on June 9, 2014.

The family of Ginny Buckley-Kessler ’77 whose husband, Michael J. Kessler, passed away on July 14, 2014.

Amy Demmons Jacobson ’94

Amy Demmons Jacobson ’94 of Cumberland, Maine, was recognized by the Maine Red Claws and the Greely PTO as the MSAD #51 Hometown Hero in February 2014.

James Divine ’99

James Divine ’99 of Colorado Springs, Colorado, welcomed his second granddaughter this February. James was inducted into the American School Band Directors Association, and he also published three books: How To Make It In The Music Business (traditional book) and e-books Go Ahead...Make My Day: 39 Ways To Make Someone's Day and 40 Ways To Make Money As A Musician.

Stephanie Nichols Neales '09, '14

Stephanie Nichols Neales '09, '14 married Andrew Nichols VIII on October 5, 2013, in Buxton, Maine. Stephanie is currently an educational technician at Westbrook High School, and Andrew is a protected species observer for RPS group out of Houston, Texas. Alumni in the wedding party included Mary Tibbetts '09 and Rachel Neales '12. Guests included Kaitlyn (Cunningham) Morse and David Morse '07, '09, Joshua and Amanda Bell '08, Tim Lira '12, Crystal Richardson, Justin Richardson, Betsy Parrish, and Julia (Peaslee) Spellman '09.