Anton Ali ’08 (CIAS), ’10 (SCB) and Samantha Mooney ’09 (SCB) are happy to announce their engagement. The wedding will take place in the fall.
Dean Ganskop ’06, ’10 (GCCIS) and Megan Ganskop are proud to announce the birth of a baby girl, Sydney Therese. She was born on Oct. 27 in Rochester.
Melissa Sanborn Moore ’03, ’10 (CIAS) and Richard Moore ’07 (CAST) are happy to announce their marriage on May 28 at St. Peter’s Church in Rome, N.Y. They live in Verona, N.Y.
Brian Seplow ’10 (CIAS) is a digital wide-format press operator at Mac Specialties LTD in Oceanside, N.Y. He is in charge of printing promotional products, such as basketball backboards, rally fans and pompoms.
Steven Tippin ’10 (CIAS) and his wife, Kate, are proud to announce the birth of a baby girl, Grace Marion Tippin. She was born on Sept. 19. Tippin has set up a glass studio in Wellesley, Ontario, and is making glass full time.
Candy Speight ’10 (CAST) became founder and CEO of Order Your Steps, based in Springdale, Md. Speight retired from Xerox as field service manager on Dec. 30 after 32 years. She started her professional organizing business in September.
Matthew Syska ’10 (KGCOE) received a Master of Science degree in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Southern California in December.
Fredrick Redd ’11 (SCB) has been selected and listed in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2012 publication among noteworthy individuals from more than 200 nations, territories and principalities who have made significant contributions to their fields, to society and to the world.
Nathan Polselli ’11 (GCCIS), ’11 (CLA) represented the Rochester business community at GITEX (Gulf Information Technology Exhibition) in Dubai. As solutions architect at iVEDiX, a business intelligence company, he engaged in some hot-topic conversations with leaders from throughout the Middle East, Asia and Africa. The consulting start-up company is in Pittsford.
Nicolas Sawicky ’11 (CMS) and Rianna Baroody ’11 (CLA) are happy to announce their engagement. The wedding will be this summer in Philadelphia. They are both attending graduate school in Rochester and continue to be involved with their respective Greek organizations, Phi Kappa Psi and Alpha Xi Delta.
Raymond Toenniessen ’11 (SCB) was recently promoted to director of opera-tions and development from director of veteran outreach programs at Syracuse University. A former Army officer, he has served at the platoon, company and battalion levels. In 2008, he deployed to Iraq, where he was responsible for the logistical activity for the entire central region of the country. Under Toenniessen’s leadership, his unit successfully redeployed to Iraq in 2009. He was awarded a Bronze Star for his service.