Elinor Hindsley Clendenin ’05,
’08L and her husband, Ken, a son,
Carson Payne, on July 29, 2016. The
family lives in Richmond.
Erin Waskom Barrineau ’06 and
Clark Barrineau ’06, a son, Samuel
Howard, on Feb. 24, 2017. The family
resides in Richmond.
E’Lon Cohen Hall ’07 and her husband, Cedric, a son, Ethan Courtney,
on March 30.
M. Tucker Laffitte IV ’07 and his
wife, Caroline, a son, Brantley Edgar, in
October 2016. He joins siblings Louisa
and Mose, and they live in Savannah,
Sarah Bloom Piracci ’07 and her
husband, Sante, a son, John Jeffery, in
May 2016. John joins brother Michael,
who is 2½. The Piraccis live in Richmond.
Lauren Kampf Quirk ’07 and her
husband, Mike, a daughter, Melody, on
Oct. 8, 2016.
Carly Cowley Sachs ’07 and her
husband, Ian, a daughter, Claire Juliet,
on April 7, 2016. Carly graduated
with her M.B.A. from the University
of Maryland in 2012. She has been
working in brand management at The
Hershey Company for the past four
and a half years, and she and her family live in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Ashley Hurt Sweeney ’07 and
Raymond Sweeney ’07, a son,
Charles Raymond, on Sept. 10, 2016.
The Sweeneys continue to reside in
Durham, North Carolina. Ashley is a
hospitalist physician assistant at the
Durham VA Medical Center. Ray
works remotely for Skidmore, Owings
and Merrill, with frequent work trips
to New York City.
Tara Rubenstein Collins ’08 and
Chas Collins ’07, a daughter, Tillie
Louise, on Aug. 31, 2016. They live in
New York City.
Diana Burgreen Martinez ’09
and Peter Martinez ’09, a son, Michael Joseph, on Dec. 21, 2016. They
live in Houston.
Olivia Burr Koller ’ 12 and her
husband, Ross, a daughter, Vivian
Campbell, on Feb. 25.
The Rev. Arthur E. Basile ’ 39, of
Madison, Wisconsin, died on Feb.
18. He studied at Colgate Rochester
Divinity School and was ordained
to the ministry in 1942 in Brooklyn,
New York, followed by pastorates
in Columbus and Norwalk, Ohio;
the directorship of youth work and
camping at the Ohio Baptist Convention; and the directorship of Christian
education for the Wisconsin Baptist
Randolph D. Rouse ’ 39, of Arlington, Virginia, died on April 7 at 100.
He served in the Navy during World
War II. Rouse founded the construction and investment firm Randolph
D. Rouse Enterprises. A well-known
Virginia horseman, he served as joint
master of foxhounds for the Fairfax Hunt, president of the National
Steeplechase Association, and an
amateur steeplechase and point-to-point jockey. Among his horses were
Cinzano, which won 10 point-to-point races, and Hishi Soar, which in
2016 made him the oldest steeplechase trainer to have a winner when
it took the Daniel Van Clief Memorial
at the Foxfield Spring Races. He was
brother to William Rouse ’50, uncle to
Parke Rouse III ’76, and cousin to the
Rev. George Dashiell ’49. He belonged
to Pi Kappa Alpha.
Despite its remote location, several
W&L alumni converged at the Oda
Foundation in January. From l. to
r.: Becca Dunn ’ 16, who joined Oda
in September 2016 as a community
health/research fellow; John Christopher
’09; Blaise Buma ’ 13, who visited Oda
from his base at Bejing, China, where he
is in the Shwartzman scholars program;
and Dr. Sam Brusca ’ 10, who is in the
midst of his medical residency at Johns
Hopkins and is at Oda with his fiancée
as a part of their away rotation.
At the Hohenschwangau Castle,
in Munich, Germany (l. to r.): Paul
Youngman ’87, Mark Peterson ’78,
Stephanie Fabrizio ’97, John Miller ’73L,
Ed Callison ’77 and Amy Cox ’97.
In February, a group of Atlanta-based alumni organized a local cluster reunion for
L. to r.: Thomas Gift ’07, Joey McDonald ’ 10,
the alumnae from the classes of 1989 to 1994. Back row, l. to r.: Katie Hardwick
Dillon ’90, Helen O’Shea Olmstead ’91, Carol Dannelly O’Kelley ’91, Schuyler
Rideout ’91 and Ashley Hurt Bollwerk ’92. Middle row, l. to r.: Eleanore Robinson
’91, Sue Watson Radics ’91, Courtney Payne Fowler ’91, Claire Dudley Wilkiemeyer
’93 and Lisee Whitaker Googe ’91. Front row, l. to r.: Kelley Hughes Beal ’90, Nancy
Baughn ’90 and Holly Buffington Stevens ’92. Not pictured: Kristen Coleman
Wagner ’91, Kimberly Booth Rimmer ’91, Anne Armentrout Rackley ’91, Nancy
Hickam Halloran ’90, Nancy Mitchell Hatcher ’92, Lillie Sheehan Niemeyer ’94,
Abby Kane Probst ’94, Courtney Warren Lewis ’92, Spain Brumby Gregory ’93,
Muriel Foster Schelke ’93 and Talley Woolley Hultgren ’93.
Chris Martin ’09 and Anthony Nardini ’08
dining at 28-50 in London.