Amber Woodruff ’10 ’11M donated one of her kidneys to her boyfriend, Dave Wilson, on May 22. Both are recovering and doing well. Amber is a laboratory technician with the Anne Arundel County Police Department. Kelsey Wildberger Behner and her husband, Matt, welcomed their first daughter, Kaylee Nicole, on April 2, weighing in at 8 lbs. 2 oz. Christina Brown ’10 is Kaylee’s godmother.
Chelsea Mihok and Griffin Stewart ’11 became engaged on April 17. They met in 2008 while students at Stevenson, and during that time Chelsea was a captain of the dance team and Griffin was a captain of the baseball team. She is a pre-kindergarten teacher at Davenport Preschool in Towson, Md., and he is an RN at the University of
Maryland Shock Trauma Center. The couple lives in Federal Hill and is planning an Aug. 15, 2015, wedding.
Rebecca “Becky” King Padencov and her husband, Serban, are the proud parents of identical twin daughters born on Sept. 23, 2013. Although they arrived six weeks early, Sophia and Olivia are thriving. The family resides in Severn, Md.
Congratulations to Erica Skrabacz and George Papuchis ’10 who became engaged in November 2013. The couple plan to marry on Nov. 8, 2014, in Annapolis, Md. Erica works as a Senior Accountant at Meso Scale Diagnostics in Rockville, Md., and George works as a Behavioral Data Specialist at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Md.
Katherine “Katie” Peterson Welsh was recently promoted to Associate Director of Alumni Relations at Stevenson University. After graduation she worked for an event company in Columbia, Md., and returned to SU in 2011 as the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations. Katie and her husband and their dog, Maddie, moved into a new home this year in Glen Burnie, Md.
June Struder was married to Joseph “Joe” Whalen last Dec. 28. The ceremony and reception were held at the Vandiver Inn in Havre de Grace, Md., and later featured in the Feb. 16 edition of The Baltimore Sun. June is a Captain in the Army and a Registered Nurse. Joe enlisted in the Army in 2009 as a Combat Engineer and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. He left the Army in 2012 and is hoping to attend school for nursing or to become an electrician. The couple is stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Katherine “Katie” Hoffman Meyers returned to SU in May to work as the Administrative Assistant supporting the Vice President for Public Affairs and Strategy. Prior to this, Katie spent three years as Administrative Assistant/Office Coordinator with the international recruiting firm Randstad Professionals, formerly The Mergis Group.