The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 19, 2010


Lauren Hult to wed Ben Miller

Mary and Timothy Hult of Audubon Lane are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Lauren to Ben Miller, son of Rita and William Miller of Saint John’s, Michigan.

The bride-to-be is a graduate of Concord Academy, Harvard University and Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She is now employed as a consultant to non-profits for The Bridgespan Group in their New York office.

The prospective groom also graduated from Harvard University in 2002. He is a senior director at Moody Analytics in Manhattan, where he has been employed for the last six years. When the couple is not traveling for business or pleasure, they reside in Brooklyn, New York.

A July 2011 wedding is planned in Lincoln. ∆

Edward Kennedy to wed Elena Quintiliani

Edward and Elizabeth Kennedy of Hutchins Road are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, A. Edward Kennedy III, to Elena M. Quintiliani, daughter of Peter and Gaye Quintiliani of Uxbridge.

Edward is a 2004 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School and received his Associate’s degree in Turf Grass Management in 2006 from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is the Director of Grounds at Butter Brook Golf Club in Westford.

Elena is a 2002 graduate of Uxbridge High School and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2006 from the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. She is currently employed as a Clinical Laboratory Associate for Genzyme Corporation in Framingham.

The couple will wed on Saturday, August 20, 2011, at St. Irene Church in Carlisle. The reception will be held at Butter Brook Golf Club. ∆


Elisabeth “Sis” Evans

Elisabeth “Sis” Evans, 91, died October 23, at Meadow Lakes, Hightstown, New Jersey. Over the last 30 years Sis and her husband Bill, who died in 2002, spent much time in Carlisle with their daughter Carol Treibick and her family. She was an active visitor in Carlisle and participated in school, Garden Club and senior citizen activities and attended the Carlisle Congregational Church. She is survived by her daughter Carol Treibick of East Street, her grandchildren Laura Bennett of Portland, Oregon, and Jonathan Treibick of Somerville, Massachusetts, and great-granddaughters, Jordan and Reese Bennett. ∆

• In 2007, Mosquito columnist Nancy Shohet West challenged her then nine-year-old son to run a mile or more with her every day for a year – inspired by the 32-year running streak of Carlisle marathoner Ronald Kmiec, about whom West had written an article for the Boston Globe. Her memoir of that year of running was published earlier this month. Titled The Mother-Son Running Streak Club: How I bonded with my nine-year-old son by running a mile with him every day for a year, this narrative depicts a unique experiment in parenting and is interspersed with some of West’s Mosquito columns from that year. The book can be ordered from West’s website at or from ∆

John and Victoria Rizzi of South Street were honored at a recent gala at the Oak Meadow Montessori School in Littleton for their generous leadership gift to the school’s first-ever Capital Campaign with the naming of the new athletics and performing arts building, “The Rizzi Center.” ∆

Our sympathy to . . .

Bob and Beth Clarke and their children Kevin, Charlotte and Meredith of Log Hill Road on the death of Bob’s father, William Case Clarke, 92, recently of Concord, on October 28. ∆

VISITING THE VETERANS. On Tuesday, November 9, Carlisle Girl Scout Troop 75088 went to the Bedford Veterans Administration Hospital and visited with the veterans. The girls distributed cards they had made, thanking the veterans for their service and shared brownies and Girl Scout cookies. (Courtesy photo)

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