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Legacy Luncheon
Posted 08/20/2019 12:52PM

Whitfield School’s second annual Legacy Luncheon was held in the Barnes & Cole Alumni House on Monday, August 19, 2019. The event celebrates the Whitfield experience—past, present and future—by honoring alumni and their children who make Whitfield a family tradition. We are thrilled to welcome four new legacy families this fall, to bring our total number of legacy students to 17.

Whitfield’s returning legacy students include:

Addison Barker ’21   (Laura Lotz ’95 and Harold Barker)
Jillian Bhuyan ’20   (Mindy and Raj Bhuyan ’86)
Maxine Curlee ’22   (Molly and Amos Curlee ’90)
Lily “Remi” Hoberman ’22   (Michelle Birenbaum Hoberman '98 and Jason Hoberman)
Sarah Kline ’21   (Lizzy and Chris Kline ’92)
Jayden Norris ’21, Amalia Norris ’23   (Sandra and Jonathan Norris ’00)
Maggie Okun ’20   (Holly Suffian ’88)
Annabelle Ott ’21, Caroline Ott ’22   (Lily Streett Ott ’90 and David Ott ’91)
J.R. Rhodes ’24   (Kristen Deffaa Rhodes ’99 and Scott Rhodes ’98)

 

New legacy students joining us this fall include:

Whitney Bryan ’25   (Laura Pollnow Bryan '97 and Andy Bryan)
Garon Fenberg ’26   (Mitzie and Ryan Fenberg ‘93)
Nathan Fox ’24   (Dianna and Ron Fox ’74)
Layla Kline ’23   (Lizzy and Chris Kline ’92)
Ricky Shea ’25   (Courtney Murphy Trenary '97 and Tyler Trenary, Adam Shea)
James Trenary ’26   (Courtney Murphy Trenary '97 and Tyler Trenary)

 

Nathan Fox, Dianna & Ron Fox '74

Michelle Birenbaum Hoberman '98, Lily “Remi” Hoberman ’22

Jayden Norris ’21, Amalia Norris ’23, Jonathan Norris '00

Harold Barker, Addison Barker '21, Laura Lotz '95

David Ott ’91, Caroline Ott ’22, Annabelle Ott ’21,
Lily Streett Ott ’90

Ricky Shea '25, Courtney Murphy Trenary '97 & Tyler Trenary,
James Trenary ’26, Kennedy Shea

 

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