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34 / Summer 2011 / RECORD
Chris Hayes ('94)
continues to enjoy life in
Quispamsis, NB, where he serves as an Angli-
can priest in that area. He and his wife
tine (Hopkins) ('95)
, along with their four
kids, two cats, dog, hamster, and many fish
keep very busy with all kinds of activities in
the home, community, and the church. Their
oldest daughter, Laura, has already chosen
Mount Allison as her university of choice -- and
she's only 13!
Bethany (Ferguson) Duivesteyn ('96)
married David Duivesteyn at Vineland Estates,
in Vineland, ON on Feb. 11 '11.
Nichola (Fogden) Cunha ('99)
writes, "My
husband Mark and I are pleased to announce
the arrival of our first kids -- TWINS! Brandon
and Alyssa arrived four weeks early on Apr. 22
'10. Motherhood could not be better."
Lisa-Jo Van Den Scott (Van Den Hoonaard)
has been awarded the 2011 Herbert
Blumer Award by the Society for the Study of
Symbolic Interaction (SSSI), a section of the
American Sociological Association (ASA).
Janel (Baird) Caldwell ('00)
and her hus-
band Steve would like to announce the birth
of their second son, Isaac Stephen Caldwell,
on Jan. 14 '11, joining big brother Sam. Proud
grandparents are
Jim ('76)
Barb Baird
and Isaac is also welcomed by uncles
Geoff Baird ('02)
Brock Baird ('04)
David Bradford ('01)
Kari Bradford ('00)
and proud big sister, Leah, welcomed their sec-
ond baby Alyssa Lynn Bradford on Feb. 20 '10.
Peter Loewen ('02)
is director of analytics for
Vote Compass Canada featured on CBC News.
Over 1.5 million Canadians used the online
tool during the spring federal election. He is
an assistant professor of political science at the
University of Toronto and has done research for
both Liberal and Conservative candidates.
David Madden ('04)
and Liza Cormier have had
their first child, Cameron Isaac Madden, born
March 26 '11. Liza and David married in Jun. '08
and have started their family in Calgary.
Doug Drover ('05)
Vickie Lamb Drover
are proud to announce the arrival of their
second child, son Samuel Clement Drover, on
Dec. 5 '10. He weighed 9lbs2oz and has his
mother's red hair. Big sister Grace was excited
to meet him.
Eryn Creamer ('07)
graduated with her
master's in physiotherapy at Uof T in 2010. She
was awarded the Herta Leyess Scholarship
and the Mary N. Sauriol Business Prize during
the fall Convocation ceremonies. Eryn is work-
ing with Advanced Health and Physiotherapy
in Moncton.
Since graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts,
Elizabeth Adlam ('07)
has been successful
as a practicing artist, being featured in several
publications and holding exhibitions. You can
view her work at
Chris (Hoppy) Hopkins ('08)
was named
head coach of Kennebecasis Valley High School
football team. He will continue as assistant
coach of the UNBSJ Seawolves in addition to
his new responsibilities. Chris spent five years
as the Mounties' offensive centre and now
gets to pass on all the great training he got at
Mount Allison.
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