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James K. Gilman, MD (BIO/HDE, 2011) retired on January 10 as commander of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland. He has had a distinguished 35-year career as a military leader and clinician. 
David S. Jones (CE) was recognized by Worldwide Who’s Who for dedication, leadership, 
and excellence in global business management. He has 30 years of experience as president and chief executive officer of Innovation in Motion and as vice president of global services at Motorola. 
Thomas F. McGuire (ME) is co-owner of Louisville-based Air Hydro Power (AHP), which distributes Rethink Robotics’ new Baxter robot, one of TIME Magazine’s 2012 Top 20 Best Inventions. AHP received the 
2012 Kentucky Business Pace Setters Award and has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky for the past four years. 
Don Rosenbarger (CE) is vice president for the Colas Group’s The Delta Companies in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. David A. Whiteley (EE) was elected to Unitil Corporation’s Board of Directors. He has been the owner of a private consulting firm, Whiteley BPS Planning Ventures, and the executive director of the Eastern Interconnection Planning Collaborative. Unitil Corp. provides natural gas and electricity to more than 173,000 New England customers. 
Richard R. Roll (CE) received the 2012 Environmental Engineer Award from the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) for making a significant impact in environmental engineering and outstanding contributions in this career field. He is director of technical and regulatory services for the Niagara Falls Water Board. 
Robert W. Techentin (CS) was co-author of the paper, “A Zero Sum Signaling Method for High Speed, Dense Parallel Bus Communications,” that was a 2012 DesignCon Paper Award winner in the high-speed design category. He is a principal engineer at the Mayo Clinic’s Special Purpose Processor Development Group. 
Daniel J. Corey (CE) is project coordinator for the Warren County (Ohio) Engineer’s Office, overseeing several major 
roadway improvement projects. He is also a township trustee. 
 Arik Quam (CE) is project manager for Walsh Construction, which will be building a new bridge across the Ohio River from downtown Louisville to Indiana. 
Chris Bauer (CE) has been appointed project manager for Hunt Construction Group’s Los Angeles Dodgers stadium renovation project. He also was named one of the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2012 “Up and Comers” in the Tampa area. 
Rebecca Richardson (CE) is leading a new engineering division for AmFab Inc., a steel fabricator in Bernalillo, New Mexico.
Jason Meyer (CE) is developing a watershed management ordinance for Cook County, Illinois, as engineer with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago. 
Robert Baldwin (CE) is working for AG&E Associates in Addison, Texas, after earning a master’s degree at the University of Texas–Arlington. 
Jacob Wagle (CE) is Rose-Hulman’s new director of facilities operations. He formerly was a project construction manager for Garmong Construction Inc.
Alexandra Joyce (ME) led a project for the Discovery Channel’s Curiosity show that investigated the mystery around the Hindenburg disaster. 
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Matt Warstler (CE) and wife Mitzi added a second son, Nicholas Paul, to the family on September 25, 2012. Matt lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and is technical support manager for Southern Company Services’ transmission design and maintenance support business unit.
Jeremy Schoen (EE/MSEM, 2005) and wife, Alexandra Bowers, had a daughter, Annalena Evelyn, in November 2011. The couple married in 2009. He is an associate professor at Georgia Gwinnett College after earning a doctorate in organizational behavior at Georgia Institute of Technology. 
Jason Macak (ME) and wife, Amy (Hentz), had their first child, Madison Jayne, on November 28, 2012.
Lester (Pete) Mobley (ME; MSME, 2002) and wife, Fran, had a daughter, Maryetta Adeline, on January 3, 2013. He became Rose-Hulman’s plant engineer on January 2.
Chris Phillips (EE) and wife, Kacey, welcomed a daughter, 
Liana Grace, on September 20, 2012. The family lives in Southern California. 
Amy (Hentz) Macak (EE) and husband, Jason, welcomed Madison Jayne to their family on November 28, 2012. 
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Leo X. Morand (CE) and wife, Christen, welcomed twin girls, Lucy Grace and Claire Elise, on October 10, 2012. He is a project engineer with Gewalt Hamilton Associates in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
Alexandra Bowers (CSSE) and husband, Jason Schoen, had a daughter, Annalena Evelyn, in November 2011. She is an information technology developer for The Home Depot. 
Matthew Albert (CE) and Jessica (Farmer) Albert (CHE) are the proud parents of a son, Nathaniel Nielsen, born on April 13, 2012. 
Bruce Boehl and wife, Jeana, welcomed their first child in October 2012. The couple was married in July 2011. He is a maintenance engineer with Marathon Petroleum in Robinson, Illinois. 
Andrew Pinkstaff (CE) and Katrina (Mader) Pinkstaff (CE) welcomed a son, Austin Joseph, on October 11, 2012. He is lead bridge inspection engineer for the Indiana Department of Transportation’s (INDOT) Vincennes district, and earned a master’s degree in civil engineering from Virginia Tech in May 2012. She is an INDOT construction engineer on the I-69 extension project. 
Maria (Fouts) Straub (ME/MSEM, 2010) and Dean Straub had their first child, Philip Joseph, on October 24, 2012. The couple was married on September 24, 2011. 
Dean Straub (CHE/CHEM) and Maria (Fouts) Straub welcomed a son, Philip Joseph, on October 24, 2012. The couple resides in Katy, Texas. He is a process engineer at Jacobs Engineering in Houston. 
David Honan (CE) married Cortney Kinkead on September 30, 2012, in Snohomish, Washington. The couple lives in Snoqualmie, Washington. David is a rail/transit project engineer at HDR Engineering’s Seattle office.
Ian Dailey (CHEM), PhD, married Mary Caruso-Dailey, PhD, on October 20, 2012, in Indianapolis. Ian earned his doctorate from the University of Illinois in 2012. He and Mary are chemists at 3M in Minnesota. The couple resides in Maplewood, Minnesota. 
Erin Craft (CE) and Rick DeCola were married on April 21, 2012, in Raleigh, North Carolina. The bridal party included Amy Knue (BE, 2007) and Katie Benner (CE, 2008). Erin is a project engineer for The Walsh Group. The couple resides in Raleigh. 
Matthew M. LaCross (ME) married Jillian Swan on June 30, 2012, in Williamsburg, Michigan. He is an application engineer for Cone Drive Operations Inc. in Traverse City, Michigan. 
Frank Jones (ME), 91, died on December 29, 2012, in Sullivan, Indiana. He retired from Farm Fans in Indianapolis. Survivors include one daughter. 
Donald A. McCune (EE), 79, died on November 18, 2012, in Spokane, Washington. He 
learned about nuclear power generation in the U.S. Army and then managed General Electric’s Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL). He retired in 2001 after serving as program manager for decommissioning KAPL’s naval reactor training facilities. Survivors include three sons and six grandchildren. 
Charles D. Tolson (EE), 78, died on December 12, 2012, in Columbus, Indiana. He retired from Boeing Company after 34 years of service, and formerly led McDonnell Douglas’ F-4 Phantom and F-18 Super Hornet design teams and was department head for Vincennes 
University’s emerging technology program. 
Gary J. Schofe (ChE), 62, died on December 23, 2012, in Akron, Ohio. He had been plant manager for ICI Paints in Georgia. Survivors include two daughters and one grandchild.