Friday, September 24, 2010
Clifford Stevens to wed Tiffany Sugalski
Jonathan and Priscilla Stevens of Maple Street announce the engagement of their son, Clifford Stone Stevens, to Tiffany Dawn Sugalski, daughter of Debra Dorward and Thomas Sugalski of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The couple both work in the field of advertising. Tiffany is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is currently employed as a senior producer at Mullen, Inc. in Boston. Cliff is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and is employed at Hill Holiday Advertising, Inc. in Boston as an account supervisor. Cliff and Tiffany plan a May 29, 2011, wedding in Pennsylvania. ∆
Vincent Frank Ciampa
Vincent Frank Ciampa, 81, of Palm Springs, California, formerly of Log Hill Road, passed away last week. He was the son of the late Louis Ciampa and Yolanda (Sacardi) Ciampa. Born in Boston in 1929 and raised in Somerville and Arlington, he graduated from Arlington High School in 1946. He attended Fordham University in New York where he played both football and baseball.
After graduating from college, Ciampa served in the United States Air Force from 1951 to 1955. During the late 1950s, he worked in community development programs throughout the Boston area while working toward his Master’s degree in Social Work from Boston College. From the 1960s to the 1970s he worked on the Boston ABCD program, the Massachusetts Anti-Poverty Project, and for the Ford Foundation in Caracas, Venezuela.
In the mid-1970s Vincent and his wife, Sally, moved to Carlisle, where they lived for over 30 years until moving to California in 2007. In later years, he worked on the Emerson Hospital Special Aftercare Team while also having his own private practice as a social worker. He leaves his wife, Sally, currently of California; a son, Peter and a daughter, Cynthia, both of Lexington. ∆
• Tom Schultz of Carleton Road won the Top Male Student Award for Dancing in the Open Gold Level of International Standard Ballroom at the United States Dance Championships held September 7 to 11 in Orlando, Florida, dancing with his coach Sara Schilling. Sara has been Tom’s coach for almost two years and teaches at Studio 665 in Woburn. She actively competes professionally with her partner Evgueni Chaoulski. ∆
Where in Carlisle?
Three people wrote in with the correct location of the pine tree pictured above and in the September 17 issue; Sally Zielinski, Tom Brownrigg and Ken Harte.
Harte writes, “The ‘Candelabrum Pine’ is the most spectacular of about a dozen such White Pines on the Carlisle Conservation Foundation’s (CCF) Spencer Brook Reservation, off West Street near the Concord line. Come on my bird walk on Sunday morning, September 26, at 7:30 a.m., kicking off CCF’s 50th anniversary celebration, when I can’t promise what birds we’ll see but can guarantee we will find the pine.”
The trees are easily seen from the trail. Look for them when you attend the CCF celebration on Sunday. ∆
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