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Births and Adoptions
Karolynn (Bayaca) Roome (1999)   Karolynn (Bayaca) Roome, '99 BSBME and her husband Stephen Roome are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter Harper Joy, born in October of 2017. Harper joins a family of Trojans as her grandfather Rick Roome, '81 MSCS is also a graduate of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Shshank Sharma (2004)   Shshank Sharma, '04 MSEE, and his wife Manupriya, welcomed their son Ranveer Shshank Sharma on November 8, 2012.
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Marriages and Commitments
Mario Didonna (2011)   Mario Didonna, '11 (ENG) is currently engaged to Rosaly Consolacion.
Leslie Koehn Haughom (2011)   Leslie Koehn, ’11 (BSME) and Matthew Haughom, ’07 (BS CSCE), were married on July 22nd, 2017 at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Colorado surrounded by friends (many of them Trojans) and family. Koehn and Haughom met at Mammoth Mountain while skiing with friends from USC.
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Career News
Ryan Shaw (2008)   In April 2018, Western Municipal Water District (Western) named Ryan Shaw, '08 (ENG), a seasoned public-sector leader with nearly 15 years of water resource management experience, as its new director of the Water Resources Department.
Larry M. Davis (1979)   Larry M. Davis, '79 (ENG), is currently the Deputy Director for the Test Systems Sustainment Division at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee. Davis is responsible for maintaining and modernizing aerodynamic and propulsion wind tunnels, rocket and turbine engine test cells, environmental chambers, ballistic ranges, and other specialized ground test units that support the development of aerospace vehicles.
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Catching Up
William Ketchum (1975)   After retiring from a career in the space program at General Dynamics, William (Bill) Ketchum, '75 MSSM, decided to build his own personal spaceplane intending to compete for the X-Prize (the first private non-government space flight to 100 kilometers altitude and return).
Marty Bradley (1984)   Dr. Marty Bradley, 84 BSAME, '88 MSAME, '94 Ph.D. AME, has been selected as a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) (A formal announcement of his selection into the AIAA can be found at: http://www.aiaa.org/2018-AIAA-Fellows/).
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Educational News
Avery McEvoy (2017)   Avery McEvoy, '17 BSCEE, is currently pursuing a master's degree in Atmosphere/Energy at Stanford University. She is expected to graduate in March of 2019.
Gabriela Chiriboga (2014)   Gabriela Chiribga, '14 BSCEE, graduated from the USC Gould School of Law in May 2017 and passed the July California Bar Exam that same year. Chiribga is now a practicing attorney in the Commercial Finance department of Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Los Angeles, CA.
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In Memoriam
Kenneth Sustachek (1990)   Kenneth J. Sustachek, '90 ISSM, passed away on March 13, 2018. He graduated from USC on December 21, 1990 with a Master of Science degree in Systems Management and was a member of the ISSM (Institute of Safety and Systems Management) Triumviirate.
David Martin Mauthe (1965)   David Martin Mauthe, '65 (ENG), of Chappell, Nebraska passed away on March 9, 2018. He was 75 years old.
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