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Herb Asbury ’45, Lee and Walt Schob ’56, Penny ’99 and Joe Knowles, Tony ’64 and Connie Buffa, and Maggie and James Peng ’84

West Coast Gathering

California Central Coast alumni gathered at the Far Western Tavern in Orcutt, Calif., in July 2013. From left, are Herb Asbury ’45, Lee and Walt Schob ’56, Penny ’99 and Joe Knowles, Tony ’64 and Connie Buffa, and Maggie and James Peng ’84.

Tim Heiman ’10 Calls the Games for Double-A Mets

After spending four years broadcasting play-by-play on WRPI for the RPI men’s hockey team, Tim Heiman ’10 transitioned to pro baseball following graduation. He has spent the last two years calling the action for the Binghamton Mets as their director of broadcasting and media relations. This past summer the team set a franchise record in wins and won their division, and Tim took part in the celebration.
Tim Heiman ’10
Danielle Kielty ’10 Creates Winning Design for CANstruction

Danielle Kielty ’10 Creates Winning Design for CANstruction

Danielle Kielty’s design, Duck Hunt: Aiming to Reduce Hunger, won the Juror’s Favorite award in the third annual San Francisco CANstruction event, for which teams of architects, engineers, and contractors built giant canned food versions of their favorite board, video, arcade, or digital games. Danielle works for Huntsman Architectural Group.

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