Alumni and Friends of VMI:
Cyber Corps Numbers: 574
Relocating To Southern California: Mike
Hooper '87 is looking for alumni contacts in southern California.
Please see his e-mail below and touch base with him if you can
provide assistance. Thanks.
"Michael Hooper '87 is looking to relocate to the San Diego area and has asked if there are any Alumni with possible opportunities or contacts in the area. He is currently an AVP with First Union in Charlotte, NC, specializing in Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity with the Consumer Bank. He can be reached at Showarrior@aol.com."
And A Tad Further Than California: I received the following from John Gregg '78. He's looking for alumni contacts in Japan during April. His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
By the way, do you know any alumni at Camp Zama, Japan? I'm going to be at Camp Zama for my 19 day USAR Annual Training in April and would like to do something fun that won't cost me an arm or leg.
Looking For IT Talent: Please take a look at the following e-mail from Martin Bernet '80 regarding a search for some computer types.
I am looking for people with the skills list below. If you feel it is appropriate, could you include all or part if it as part of your Newsletter.
Experienced (Senior or Mid level) Oracle Database Engineers
Web developers experienced with Visual InterDev and Active Server Pages(ASP)
Software testers experience in automated testing or with programming experience.
All the positions are in Northern Virginia, primarily in Reston and Arlington.
If interested contact Martin Bernet '80 via email email@example.com, fax
(703) 318-1098, or voice (703) 318-1074 X269
Martin Bernet '80
In Search of 1999 Summer Jobs/Internships: Please see the following e-mail from Matt Gill '93. He and fellow William and Mary MBA students are looking for summer slots.
A note that may be of interest to your subscribers: about 50 W&M MBAs students, including myself, are searching for summer 1999 jobs/internships. If anyone out there has temporary needs for a financial, business development, marketing, operations, Info Tech, or strategy analyst to handle projects between late May and mid August, send them my way at firstname.lastname@example.org. OR, see the website to search resumes: http://business.wm.edu/ced/resume/resume-search.htm
Matt Gill '93
W&M MBA candidate 2000
Reviewing The Institute Report: Chuck Steenburgh '86 sent the following e-mail regarding The Institute Report. This is a way for those who do not receive this publication to read it via the internet.
We've just launched an "HTML edition" of the Institute Report (we've had a PDF version up for a couple of months), accessible from the news & events page:
It doesn't require as much overhead as the Adobe PDF version, and includes most of the major articles and photos from each issue. We plan to archive the issues on the site more or less permanently (we'd been keeping only 6 months or so before now).
VMI Wrestling Update: Gary Tester, dad of Chad '95, sent along the following:
After reading your VMI CyberCorp Update and the VMI home page (including sports pages) I wanted to bring to your attention that Leslie Apedoe Placed 6th at the NCAA division I wrestling tourney. This made him a "Medalist" and an ALL AMERICAN. Great honor for him, VMI and the Wrestling Program. Haven't seen it mentioned from the Institute.
VMI dad of Chad (C95)
A Potpourri of VMI Sports: The following represent some recent articles about different VMI spring sports.
Monday, March 29, 1999
APPALACHIAN ST. 19, VMI 16
Riley, Ostlund (4), Howle (6), Poulos (6), Hughes (8) and
Goldman; Howell, Brown (3), Wood (6), Kelly (6) and Dalton. W --
Kelly (1-1); L -- Poulos (0-1). HRs -- Pearson (VMI) 2; Schott
(VMI); Little (ASU); Dalton (ASU).
Highlights -- Ed Pearson (VMI) 3 for 5, 2 HRs, 4 RBI; Ben Bradford and Eric Walker (VMI) 4 hits apiece.
Records -- VMI (6-9 Southern, 12-11); ASU (6-9, 7-20).
FROM THE ROANOKE TIMES:
Wednesday, March 31, 1999
VMI scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh for a 12-11 victory over Brown in the first game of a doubleheader in Lexington. Erik Walker and Michael Goldman each homered for the Keydets (13-12).
VMI's Ed Pearson and Scott Thompkins each homered in the nightcap, but four Bears' homers led an 11-7 Brown victory.
Thursday, April 01, 1999
FROM ROANOKE TIMES STAFF REPORTS
In men's lacrosse action Wednesday:
Steve Ricker and Doug Thompson had four goals apiece to lead Mount St. Mary's (4-2) to a 16-10 win over VMI (2-5) at Patchin Field in Lexington. Matt Galliene scored three times for the Keydets.
Darren Merten stroked a two-out, two-run homer in the eighth inning to lift Brown (4-8) over VMI 9-8 in Lexington.
Michael Goldman had given the Keydets (13-13) an 8-7 lead with a two-run shot in the sixth inning.
Merten's decisive home run came off Josh Spradlin after the reliever hit the previous batter. The loss drops Spradlin to 3-3.
Trapped In Manhattan, etc: On a personal note, my family recently spent a couple days in midtown Manhattan doing the tourist thing. Unfortunately the day we arrived I had a brain vapor lock and took us through the Holland Tunnel as opposed to the desired Lincoln Tunnel. This wrong turn dumped us in the middle of the financial district in the teeth of the NYC rush hour. My hat's off to anyone who can drive in NYC and maintain any semblance of sanity. Why NYC taxis don't have more dents is beyond me.
Also, I thought I'd be able to make next week's meeting of the Alumni Association, but I may have a change in plans which could prevent my attendance. If any of our participants attend, could you please fill me in on what transpires and I'll pass the info along. Thanks in advance.
Hey, that's it for this week. Happy Easter to all. He is risen! Also, Happy Passover.
And, keep our servicemen and women in your prayers.
Yours in the Spirit,
RB Lane '75
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