David Paterson (attended MtA 2001-03) graduated with a M aster of architecture from the University of British Columbia in M 2013. ay O April 26, 2013 D’Vonne Ramsay (’02) married n Q uartterius White in Jonesboro, G The wedding A. was attended by 45 of D ’Vonne’s guests from Bermuda and several other local guests. D ’Vonne, Q uartterius, and Xavier are now residing in Kennesaw, G A. Julia Maria Schmitz (nee Mussgnug) (’04) and D O Schmitz are pleased to announce r. laf the birth of their first child, son O Friedrich skar Schmitz, on June 26, 2013. She writes, “M husy band and I are very happy and grateful about such an extraordinary gift! I was on exchange with a group of six other G erman exchange students and we enjoyed our fabulous time at M tA a lot. Still remembering the great atmosphere, the open minded Canadian students, and the helpful and supportive professors in Canadian Studies, English literature, and photography!” A group of Allisonians met in Toronto at The Clinton Foundation M illennium Network event on June 4, 2013. The event featured President Bill Clinton, welcome remarks from Rachel M cAdams, and a performance by Tegan and Sara. From left to right: Patrick Forestell (’11), Anna Abbott (’04), Allison Coady (’06), Melissa Prince (’02), Tiffany Astle (’02), and Michael Taylor (’03). Allison King (’05) received her doctorate in philosophy in biology at D alhousie University in M 2013. ay Kirsten Brown (’06), left, and Erin Malloy (’07) recently caught up in Luxembourg City. Kirsten is currently living and teaching in London, U and .K. Erin is living and teaching in D usseldorf, G ermany. Kim Mulder (’04) earned her M aster’s in literature from Simon Fraser University and is pursuing a career in teaching. Matt Stanley (’04) and his wife, Stefanie, recently welcomed their first child, Evan Stanley, into the world on Aug. 3, 2013. Lanna Campbell (’06) is the new Newfoundland and Labrador program manager for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. She will be taking the lead of the not-for-profit group’s land conservation and stewardship efforts across the province. ALUMNI TERM LIFE INSURANCE It’s comforting to know you’re covered. Having protection against life’s many uncertainties can sure take a load off your mind — especially when you have people who count on you. Consider Alumni Term Life Insurance, whether you’re looking for new coverage or adding to an existing one, and enjoy exclusive low rates for you and your family. Relax. We’ve got you covered. Visit www.manulife.com/mtallisonmag to learn more or call toll-free 1-888-913-6333 Underwritten by The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (Manulife Financial). Manulife, Manulife Financial, the Manulife Financial For Your Future logo and the Block Design are trademarks of The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company and are used by it, and by its affiliates under license. Exclusions and limitations apply. 34 / Fall 2013 / RECORD