1986 – Fall ’19 Class Letter
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HENRY ALAN LEONARD ’86 of Cape May, New Jersey, is the new rector of Church of the Advent. He began officiating at services Feb. 3, 2019. He previously served in Boiling Springs, South Carolina.
DOUGLAS COLE ’86 was nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He is a partner at Organ Cole LLP in Columbus, Ohio, representing clients in complex litigation and intellectual property matters.
JOE CULLEN ’86 has been named chief investment officer at Penn State University in Pennsylvania, with his duties beginning Sept. 16, 2019. Cullen will be responsible for managing the investment portfolios of Penn State’s more than $4 billion long-term investment pool. He previously was the chief investment officer for the Montana Board of Investments and head of institutional portfolio management at Fidelity Investments in Boston.
CONNIE REDMANN JARVIS ’86 of Caryville, Florida: “Retired from the city of Cape Coral, Florida, in January 2018. Moved to north Florida to be in the country.”
PAUL WITT ’86 of Eagle, Colorado: “Living in Eagle, Colorado, for 22 years now and still loving it. I’m finishing up my fourth year of teaching fifth grade (career #4!) and I think I’ve finally found what I want to do when I grow up. I do still work part time for Vail Resorts as well, and just hit my 25th anniversary with them which means a lifetime ski pass! My oldest son, Ben, graduates from the U.S. Naval Academy this May and is commissioning into the Marines as a 2nd lieutenant, heading to flight school in Pensacola. My middle son, David, is finishing his second year at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and will be playing with tanks and armored vehicles this summer. Youngest son Sebastian (currently a sophomore in high school) has been named to the AAU National Karate team and will be heading to Budapest and Slovakia to compete in June before heading off on a service trip to Nepal in July. If anyone ever gets up to the Vail/Beaver Creek area, let me know!”