Thornton Academy Postscripts Alumni Magazine Winter 2007 - Page 18

www.thorntonacademy.org Thornton seniors Rachel Lamblin and Silvia Serban thank donors for their recent gifts during January’s Thornton Fund phonathon. Photo by Caron Smith Pelletier ‘98. the Joint Staff. Joel has been in the military since graduating from TA, and looks forward to returning to Maine with his family when he retires from active duty in a couple of years. Steve Delorge, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004, has not only survived but is using his experience to help others. His Web site, www.timberoaks. com, offers subchapters of his online book in progress, as well as free counseling for other pancreatic cancer patients. Pancreatic cancer is considered one of the deadliest forms of the disease. Steve credits his survival to “modern science and lot of prayers.” 1986 Laurie Cole Hillman is living on Cape Cod, where her husband is a chief in the Coast Guard. The couple have two children, Jackson, who has joined the Coast Guard, and Madison, who is in third grade. Peter Grant will be attending the U.S. Navy Postgraduate School to work on a master’s degree in finance. He and his wife Wende, and daughters Megan, 10, and Jordan, 9, have recently moved from Okinawa, Japan, to Monterey, CA. 1987 Michelle Hansen Snow and her husband Tom welcomed a second son, Eli, in September. He joins a brother Finn, now 2. They are living in Westbrook. 1988 Chris LeSieur and Kerri Tarpy welcomed the birth of a daughter, Lily, in June. They are living in Saco. Derik Stubinski and his wife Sara of North Waterboro announced the arrival of a son, Brady, in June. Scott Brown and his wife, Susan Doyle Brown ‘90 announced the arrival of a son, Christopher, in June. They are living in Dayton. Brenda Parker Sanborn wrote with greetings to her classmates. “I am doing okay. I have changed quite a bit