The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 16, 1999


Katerina Ariel Droznin

Nelly and Vadim Droznin of Brook Street are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter Katerina Ariel, born June 29 at Emerson Hospital.

Grandparents are Dr. Svetlana and Henry Droznin of Bedford and Lyudmila and Yefim Rumyantsev of Richmond Heights, Ohio.


Martha Lees and Paul Sonn

Paul Kenneth Sonn, son of Maybeth and Edward Sonn of Woodland Road, was married on June 13, 1999 to Martha Alexandra Lees, daughter of Ann and Robert Lees of Brookline. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Ellen Lippmann at Lambert's Cove Inn on Martha's Vineyard. Sonn, 32, a civil rights lawyer, is an assistant counsel with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund in New York City. He graduated from Concord-Carlisle High School and Dartmouth College, and received his law degree from Yale University.

His mother, Maybeth, a librarian and landscape designer, recently retired from the Gleason Public Library. The groom's father, Edward, an electrical engineer, was formerly vice president of new product development at Data Terminal Systems in Maynard. He recently retired from Compaq Computer Corporation, where he was a product line and business manager.

Lees, 31, who teaches law at Baruch College of the City University of New York, will be a visiting assistant professor at Rutgers University School of Law in Camden, New Jersey. She received her undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University.

Her mother, Dr. Ann Lees, is an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her father, Dr. Robert Lees, is a professor of Health Sciences and Technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. Her parents are founders and officers of the Boston Heart Foundation.


Agnes Welch Sanderson Frequent visitor to Carlisle

Agnes Welch Sanderson, 98, died June 15, 1999 at the Ellis Nursing Center in Norwood. She was born on February 28, 1901, the daughter of Mary and Thomas Welch. Graduating from Cambridge High and Latin School in 1918, she attended business college in Boston. She married John P. Sanderson of Cambridge on June 27, 1928. She was a lifelong resident of Cambridge except for the years 1928-1930, spent in southern California with her husband.

She was a communicant of Saint Peter's Church, Cambridge, a member of their Sodality and Legion of Mary and a charter member of the Mount Auburn Women's Club. An accomplished pianist, she passed her love of music to her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was known at the St. Irene Church Fair as the lady who crocheted the baby afghans each year.

She is survived by her son, John P. Sanderson, Jr., and his wife Anne of Hingham; her daughters, Marianne Shay and her husband John of East Sandwich, formerly of East Riding Drive for 35 years, and Ruth Kingsbury and her husband Robert of Virginia Farm Road . She is survived by ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

A funeral mass was celebrated on June 18 at Saint Peter's Church in Cambridge by the late Mrs. Sanderson's cousin, Rev. Hugh O'Regan, pastor of Saint James the Greater Church, Boston, and Rev. William Walsh, pastor of Saint Peter's Church. Burial was in the family plot at Saint Bernard's Cemetery in Concord.

Harry Lugg

Former Carlisle resident

Harry Lugg, formerly of Concord Road, Carlisle, died in Portland, Maine on June 23 at the age of 81. He is survived by his wife, Pamela, his children, Stephanie, Richard and Henry, and by his grand-daughter, Grace. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.

· Seamas F. Sargent of Lowell Street has been awarded a B. A. degree in communications and sociology in May from Boston College. He graduated cum laude and will be attending the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands in the fall.

· Parvina Rebbi of Indian Hill Road, graduated from Boston University on May 23, summa cum laude. She received her B.A. with a major in physics and a minor in mathematics.

· Ben R. Boulé of Kimball Road graduated on May 14 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. He received a B.S. in computer science, graduating cum laude. He has begun working as a software engineer with Cisco in Chelmsford.

· Laura Treibeck of East Street graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado in May. On May 7 in The Denver Post an article appeared praising Treibeck's artwork in a campus art show entitled "Feast." The headline read, "Treibeck's 'Generations' features startling depth." The article, written by Glen Giffin, went on to say, "I was taken with Laura Treibeck's Generations, a three-generation depiction of the artist, her mother and grandmother. Each face appears on panels of clear plastic on which has been printed a photographic likeness. But the effect of the panels placed on varying planes, and backed by mirrors on the wall behind yields a startling depth and variation of perception of the three women. The triptych has Grandma at the far left, in blues, Mom in the middle in greens and The Artist at right in pinks.

· Christyn Dundorf Mathews, formerly of Tophet Road, was recently awarded a Ph.D. in education and human development from the University of Rochester in New York. She and her husband, Cory, and daughter Zofia, live in Portland, Oregon, where Christyn is employed as a Project Administrator at Portland State University.

1999 The Carlisle Mosquito