Class NotesView All Notes for Class of 2010
Hi, ’10s! I hope you are all keeping healthy and well. It looks as though we had a bit of a baby boom around Christmas and New Year. Congratulations to all of the new (and repeat) parents. Pete Pidermann and his wife, Meredith, welcomed their son, Peter Hayes Pidermann, who goes by Hayes, on December 18. Joseph Peña writes:“My wife, Thandar Peña ’12, and I just had a baby boy, Tai Peña (future class of 2043?) on December 27.” Anna Qi and her husband, Jin Wang, welcomed their first baby, Theo Wang, on January 6. “We now sleep a lot less than we used to but never wonder what we should do with our time anymore!” Evan Greulich, his wife and toddler welcomed Zoe Anne to the family in January and could not be happier!
In non-baby news, Katy Lindquist and Ian Hayes recentlygot married. Their relationship started in Hanover during Sophomore Summer and survived not only Dartmouth graduation but also two Ph.D. programs and a global pandemic. Their civil ceremony took place in Temecula, California, and was officiated by Tay Stevenson. Brianna Wilkinson informed me that Geo Neptune is featured in Episode 3 of the Netflix show Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness. So cool!
Finally, Abbe Cart reported on a recent mini-reunion with friends: “A delightful contingent of ’10s (almost all of whom have at some point lived with Anastasia ‘A-Train’ Milano) met up at Stevens Pass near Seattle during President’s Day weekend for four days of skiing. Christine Tian and Emily Yen acted as West Coast cohosts and attendees included James Cart, Abbe (Sokol) Cart, Tom Callahan, Alex Knapp, Jean Luo, Ellen Ludlow, Kyle Betts, Laura Tabor, and Noah Harwood. Lured by her best friend forever (Christine’s 9-month-old Leah), Anya Perret ’11 also made a guest appearance!”
—Jennifer Chong, 7A Marine View, 19 Middle Lane, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong; jenniferashley email@example.com
ObituariesView All Obituaries for Class of 2010
Robert M. Hoffman ’10 passed away peacefully in his sleep on September 21, 2015, in Los Angeles. At 27 years old, Robert led a short but full life. He came to Dartmouth from Bethlehem Central High School in Delmar, New York.