The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 26, 1999

BIRTHs

David Ritz Winslow

Martha (Ritz) and Howard Winslow are happy to announce the birth of their son, David Ritz Winslow on March 10, 1999. David was welcomed home by his 3-year-old sister, Laura. The Winslows reside in Newington, Connecticut.

The proud grandparents are Terry Ritz of Orchard Acres, Barbara Ritz of Groton, and Marge and Dick Winslow of Dalton, Massachusetts.

Clark Collins Bernardin

John and Gail Bernardin of Bingham Road are pleased to announce the birth of their son Clark Collins Bernardin on March 5, 1999 at Emerson Hospital. Grandparents are Robert and Virginia Collins of Hampton, New Hampshire and George and Barbara Bernardin of West Boylston, Massachusetts.

WEDDING

Katherine Pehl weds David McCabe

Katherine Grace Pehl and David John McCabe were married at The First Parish Church in Concord on September 19, 1998. The ceremony was performed by long-time family friend and minister Ross Lilley. The reception was held at The Downtown Club in Boston.

The bride is the daughter of James and Carol Pehl of Carlisle Pines Drive. The groom is the son of Robert and Susan McCabe of Marlboro.

The maid of honor was the bride's sister Elizabeth Pehl. The bridesmaids were Heather Lambrechts, Kristina Patel, Melanie Samuelian, Anne Spears, Tracey Panuschka, Rebecca White and Donna Hensel. The best men were the groom's two brothers, Robert McCabe, Jr. and Scott McCabe. The ushers were Mark Rowe, Kenny Lebarre, Michael Leary, James Gray and Matt Leipins.

The bride is a graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School and Bryant College. The groom is a graduate of Marlboro High School and Bryant College. The bride works as an Investment Analytics Consultant for Russell/Mellon Analytical Services. The groom works as a Project Manager for Massachusetts Technology Collaborative.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Hawaii and currently reside in Carlisle.

OBITUARy

Alice V. Maloney

Alice V. Maloney, formerly of East Street, died Tuesday, March 16, at the Walden Rehab & Nursing Home. She was 94 years old. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire on June 30, 1904, she was the daughter of the late George F. and Elizabeth (Cunningham) Gilbert.

Mrs. Maloney was retired from Radcliffe College, where she worked as an assistant in the kitchen. She was a member of Saint Irene Church.

She was the wife of the late Michael F. Maloney, who died in 1965 and is survived by her children William, Patricia, John, Joan and Sheila. She was the mother-in-law of Edward McInerney, Thomas Burke and Rosemarie Maloney and the sister of Francis Bellefeuille of Florida and New Hampshire. She is also survived by 25 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and her friend John C. Clemmer.

The funeral Mass was held in Saint Irene Church on Friday, March 19. Interment was in Green Cemetery. Arrangements were in the care of the Bedford Funeral Home, Bedford.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Walden Rehab & Nursing Home, 785 Main St., Concord, MA 01742.

· C-SPAN will be taping the Carlisle Education Forum on Saturday at which Dr. John Silber is the guest speaker. The forum will be shown on C-SPAN's American Perspectives in April.

· J. Robert Cassady, M.D. of Old North Road was recently named one of the 300 best physicians in the greater Boston area by Boston Magazine. Eight other Lahey Clinic physicians were also named. To generate its list, the magazine surveyed thousands of physicians nationwide to determine which colleagues they most respected. Cassady, who heads Lahey Clinic's department of radiation oncology, was recognized for his expertise in pediatric radiation oncology, general radiation oncology, hyperthermia and brain cancer. A board-certified radiologist, he also specializes in breast and prostate cancer. He joined the Lahey staff in 1995.

· Heather Bentley of Brook Street has been employed by a major airline headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia following graduation from the Flight Attendants School.

· Paul Epstein, 15, of Cutters Ridge Road, competing in the USSA/Rolex Junior Olympics championship on March 14, in Lake Placid, New York, qualified as a top American (Jr.) finisher. He was named to the ROLEX Junior Ski Team - eastern division. He was a top finisher in the men's giant slalom event.

· Michael Ruettgers of Bedford Road, CEO and President of EMC Corporation, was the guest speaker at last week's Concord-Carlisle Community Chest's Business Alliance Reception held at the Thoreau Outdoor Center. Approximately 75 people from the business community attended.

· Lisa DeBruzzi of Autumn Lane joins Purdue University cheerleaders to celebrate Boston's first-ever hosting of NCAA Tournament basketball games two weekends ago at the Fleet Center. Lisa and her dad John, an alumnus of Purdue, were on hand to cheer the team on.

· Jonathan Supnik of Heald Road, a CCHS senior, received a certificate recognizing his academic achievement in math/ science/ computer science from the Radio Shack/Tandy Scholars Program.

· Erin McCormick of Bellows Hill Road has been named to the 1999 spring semester dean's list at Simmons College in Boston.

CCHS students earn music honors

The following Concord-Carlisle High School students, from Carlisle, represented the CCHS Music Department at last weekend's Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) All-State Conference in Danvers:

All-State Chorus - Tim Lee

All-State Orchestra - Caroline Cardiasmenos, trombone

All-State Band - Christopher Wurts, percussion

All-Eastern

Two students were also invited to participate in the Music Educators National Conference All-Eastern Orchestra during the weekend of February 28. These students, Caroline Cardiasmenos and Bryan Choi, performed in a concert in Carnegie Hall, New York.

Junior District

CCHS ninth-graders who participated in the Northeast Junior District Music Festival in Lowell in March included:

Brian Abend - Trumpet

Kristina Coscia - Clarinet

Liam McNeill - Trombone

Fenn School Honor Roll

The following Carlisle students were listed on the Fenn School honor roll. Students who were listed with Academic High Honors and Effort High Honors included: Colin L. Doyle, Tudor F. Foote, Tully B. Foote, Colin W. Green, Zach B. Parker and Daniel T. Tattersall. Philip Caruso and Stephen Fiedrich received Academic Honors. Jack Carroll received Academic High Honors and Effort Honors. Hugh Doyle received Academic High Honors. Peter Carroll, Jess Parker and Zachary Toth received Effort High Honors. Fenn School in Concord is a private school, grades 4—9.


1999 The Carlisle Mosquito