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Lisa A. Chiarini ’90

Lisa A. Chiarini ’90 has joined Fish & Richardson’s New York office as a principal in its Intellectual Property (IP) Litigation Group. She was previously a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed.

Holly A. Monahan ’99

Holly A. Monahan ’99 has joined Hernon Manufacturing Inc., a Florida-based producer of adhesives, sealants and dispensing equipment, as the company’s new controller.

Lorena Dreste Reid ’92

The Kiwanis Club of Pell City, Alabama, recognized Lorena Dreste Reid ’92 as its Teacher of the Month for March. Lorena is an instructional support specialist at Walter M. Kennedy School.

Diana Rowe ’99

Diana Rowe ’99 has written a novel, Born to Die in My Place: A Timeless Story. This story will warm your heart and remind you that Christmas is so much more than decorations and extravagance. The deeper meaning of Christmas is worth celebrating, knowing that the greatest gift has been given to you, whether you’re rich or poor.

Jennifer Piazza Kreuscher ’92

Jennifer Piazza Kreuscher ’92, a first grade teacher in the North Babylon Union Free School District, has been named the 2014 recipient of the Better Beginnings Award, which is sponsored by the Board of Regents and celebrates the life and career of Helen Bach Moss, a young New York state educator who passed away in 1988. It recognizes elementary teachers who are skilled at engaging young minds and nurturing relationships with elementary school students.

Michael Hughes ’99

class notes michael hughes 99 spring 2015Michael Hughes ’99, Esq., was admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court at a swearing-in ceremony held on June 16, 2014, in Washington, D.C.