Alumni Class Notes Spring 2022


Katelyn and Tommy Kreyenhagen ’12 welcomed Caleb Thomas Kreyenhagen on February 18 at Good Samaritan Hospital (Cincinnati).

Alumni Class Notes Spring 2022


Joanne (O’Connell) Bunning ’44 December 26, 2021
Dorothy (Steinwert) Zander ’46 January 9, 2022
John "Jack" King SBS ’49 February 18, 2022
Anne (Anderson) Siebert ’58 January 30, 2022
Gerald "Jerry" James Breen SBS ’59 January 27, 2022
Caroline “Co” (Heekin) Stineman ’65 January 14, 2022
Deborah Banker White ’67 February 19, 2022
Scott Berger BMS ’91 January 5, 2022
Christopher Samaan ’17 February 3, 2022
James McAlister Thompson ’96  December 24, 2021


Scott Silberstein BMS ’78 and Jackie Brenner were married October 3, 2021. 

Burke Schilderink ’96 and Elisha Roser were married on June 12, 2021.

David Koepfer ’06 and Sarah Zero were married on January 15, 2022.

Abbey Miller and Rob Selker ’10 got married on May 15, 2021.

Evan Albertson ’11 and Brooklyn Thompson got married on September 11, 2021.

Chandler Thomason ’12 and Britt Conklin got married on November 13, 2021.



Class Notes

Tony Hobson SBS ’70 will chair the new Best Point Education and Behavioral Health. Best Point comes to fruition after the merger of The Children’s Home and St. Aloysius.

HMS Media, led by Scott Silberstein BMS ’78, received its 21st, 22nd and 23rd Emmy Awards and several more nominations for producing performing arts content for broadcast and streaming (a challenging thing to do during COVID). Projects included "The Hip Hop Nutcracker" and "Sweet Home Chicago," with Keegan-Michael Key, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Shemekia Copeland, Jessie Mueller, Kurt Elling, Jim Belushi and many more. They have launched production on several new PBS and streaming specials for the coming months as part of their busiest and most productive year yet. On the home front, Scott and his family (new bride Jackie and children Griffin and Addie) love living in their new house in Evanston, Ill.

Chris Fassler ’93 has won his second National Fantasy Baseball Championship when he won the 2021 Rotowire Online Championship.

Andrew Kiley ’94 is now the Senior Vice President, Account Director for Grey Midwest.

René Cheatham III ’03 has been promoted to the Chief Financial Officer at the Learning Grove in Covington, Ky.

The National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) named Ayrenne Adams ’06 a 40 Under 40 Leader in Minority Health for 2022.

Max Williams ’12 has joined the Board at Santa Maria Community Services in Price Hill.