Spring 2014 Magazine - Immaculata University - page 48

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Kirra Sponenberg
works at WSFS
Bank as a sales and service team
leader.
Sarah McClean Waterman
writes,
“Luke James Waterman was wel-
comed by sisters Lacey Rose and
Violet Elizabeth in September 2013.”
2010s
2010
Miranda Baker
is a student life ad-
ministrator at Northampton County
College.
Dr. Carol Cary
writes, “In July 2012, I
became the first superintendent for
the secondary schools of the Archdio-
cese of Philadelphia. Prior to 2012,
there was one superintendent for
K-12. The position was divided, giving
us a superintendent for our elemen-
tary schools and one for the second-
ary schools. We have 17 high schools
across the five-county region. Serving
as superintendent for the high
schools is energizing and exciting.
There is much to do as we continue
the tradition of our Catholic faith, our
academic excellence, and our devel-
opment of the individual for God.”
Madeleine Duey
is an associate cat-
egory producer at QVC.
Lauren Dazio McCann
received her
Master of Arts in English from West
Chester University in 2012. She is
an adjunct professor in Immaculata
University’s English and Communica-
tion Department, and she is also the
Writing Center’s online writing lab
coordinator. She married William Mc-
Cann ’13 on June 29, 2013 at Our
Lady of the Assumption.
2011
Harolyn Davis
writes, “I just started a
new career with Hanover Insurance
Company and am so excited! God’s
continual blessings to all.”
David Dowd
is the finance manager at
Chapman Nissan.
“Early in the morning on a brisk
Saturday in September, the hard
work had already begun,” write
Sara
Holleran, Caitlin Stichter, and Kelly
Wabno.
“Throughout the kitchen, the
sounds of pots clanging, Sisters and
volunteers chatting, and the deli-
cious aromas of cranberry chicken
and pineapple stuffing filled the air.
Alex Onderdonk ’13 visits campus.
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