Susan Renner ’90 Williams

Susan Renner ’90 Williams of East Grand Rapids, Michigan, has been appointed to the Hope College Alumni Association Board of Directors. She was named to the board during the group’s fall meeting, held on Thursday-Friday, Oct. 20-21, in conjunction with the college’s Homecoming Weekend. Continue Reading →

Robert Anderle ’91

Robert Anderle ’91 of Middletown, New York, relocated from his home of 18 years in and around Chicago in 2015, having accepted a call to serve as pastor of Scotchtown Presbyterian Church in Middletown, New York. He has been married since 2012 to Jacqui, and their two children are Braden (3) and Lydia (1). Continue Reading →

Kathi Damsteegt ’91 Clark

Kathi Damsteegt ’91 Clark reports that she and her family have returned to Michigan, this time on the opposite end of the state in Milford, Michigan. Her husband took a design-engineering position with Mahle in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and they moved from western New York last spring. They have a daughter in her second year… Continue Reading →

Patricia Stegink ’91 Villanueva

Patricia Stegink ’91 Villanueva of Eaton Rapids, Michigan, is now serving as school director for Happendance (501-c) in Okemos, Michigan, in addition to remaining on faculty. She is also the artistic director of Velocity Concert Dance and Education Exchange and assistant director with Impulse Student Dance Company. Continue Reading →

William Charles Crowley ’92

William Charles Crowley ’92 taught a month-long Graham Technique intensive for a fifth year at the Centre de Danse du Marais in Paris, France, in August 2016 and held an audition for Dance 43 at Hope College in September 2016. He then traveled to East Lansing, Michigan, where he set his work, “Ghost Light” on… Continue Reading →

Don Lingle ’92

Don Lingle ’92 of Dayton, Ohio, marked his 19th year at LexisNexis this past July. They have locations in Ohio, Georgia and Florida with emerging offices in North Carolina. Continue Reading →

John Suchan ’92

John Suchan ’92 of Wichita, Kansas, recently wrote and won a grant to purchase a class set of iPads for the autistic population of students at the Maize South Middle School where he is a counselor. Continue Reading →

Jason Evert ’93

Jason Evert ’93 of Jacksonville, Florida, has joined Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT, Inc.) as a senior marine scientist performing environmental impact analyses and ecosystem restoration planning. He is also associate faculty at the University of Phoenix, teaching biology to non-majors. Continue Reading →

James Schut ’93

James Schut ’93 of Franklin, Tennessee, has entered his eighth year as an associate professor of graduate counseling at Trevecca Nazarene University. Continue Reading →

Allison Goins ’94 Ash

Allison Goins ’94 Ash of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, is the dean of student care and graduate student life at Wheaton College. She and her husband have two children, Ellie (6) and Maddy (4). Continue Reading →

Scott Crawford ’95

Scott Crawford ’95 has been employed with Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, since 1999. He is the associate director of the office of undergraduate admissions. Continue Reading →

Rachel Dahl ’95 and Bob Dahl ’66

Rachel Dahl ’95 and her father Bob Dahl ’66 have published their second book, titled “The Nine A.M. Jog.” Rachel formatted and illustrated the book with original abstract watercolors of several of his poems. Their first book was “The Ten P.M. Walk,” published in 2014. Bob is a retired United Church of Christ minister living… Continue Reading →

Karen Paradis ’98 Filipiak

Karen Paradis ’98 Filipiak is working part-time as a staff registered nurse at Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina, in a women’s and children’s float pool. She is a mother of a 4-year-old daughter and an 18-month-old son. Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Freeman ’98

Elizabeth Freeman ’98 graduated with a Master of Science degree in nutrition and integrative health. She partners with individuals and organizations to create awareness and drive change in food and healthy lifestyle choices. Continue Reading →