Leslie Beck Hughan
Rebecca Anthony Foster has lived in England since 2007 and has been a full-time freelancer for more than four years. She edits science journals and writes book reviews for various print and online publications on both sides of the pond. This year she was pleased to have a review published in the Times Literary Supplement. She also maintains an active book blog, Bookish Beck, and is on a shadow panel of bloggers judging this year’s Sunday Times/Peters Fraser and Dunlop Young Writer of the Year award. Charlene Vestermark Hauser married CPT George Hauser, a dentist in the Army in November, 2016. She graduated from Gastroenterology Fellowship at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Md., and is getting ready to start working at Carl R. Darnall Medical Center, in Fort Hood, Texas. Jennifer Harmon Nachtrieb was promoted to branch manager of the escrow office at Yukon Title Company. She also is expecting her first child, a daughter, in February 2018. Caroline Pandorf purchased her first home. She writes, “I am settling in and still unpacking the endless boxes and organizing. It seems it will never end! It’s a “historical” home built in 1938 with a lot character and charm. It’s in Gaithersburg (city), Md. The home doesn’t have a lot of modern necessities as most homes, like central air or a dishwasher, and the kitchen is not updated, but I’m still in love with it and all its potential. One day I’ll get central A/C and modernized the kitchen, and I can always buy a portable dishwasher. But bottom line it’s home and I love it!” This past spring she celebrated nine years in business. She owns and operates Spoiled Pawz Dog Walking & Pet Care. She also offers dog obedience training. She invites us all to check out her website for more information: www.SpoiledPawzofMontCo.net. She looks forward many years in her new home and hopes to grow her business to include boarding and/or doggie day care. Sara Levering Roa and her husband Vince welcomed a daughter, Cecilia Elizabeth Roa on Jan. 5, 2017. She weighed 6 pounds. Sara also moved from Potomac to Barnesville, Md.