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The '80s

Carol Boigon (MA’80) was elected to the Denver City Council in May 2003.

Tim Coy (’80) runs his own company, Ad Type & Design. He is also employed full time in the Creative Services Department of the Denver Newspaper Agency, the advertising, circulation and business arm of the Rocky Mountain News and The Denver Post since the joint operating agreement went into effect in January 2001. He is a graphic designer and motorcycle columnist.

Sheila Mullen (’82) is a senior bond reporter at Market News International in New York City.

Darcy Bonfils (MA’83), a special projects producer for WABC-TV “Eyewitness News” in New York City, won an Emmy award from the New York chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Best Entertainment Programming for an hour-long program she wrote and produced, “A Night at the Big Apple Circus.”

Holly Gauntt (’84), the assistant news director for WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C., has won her fourth Emmy Award, this one for a program she wrote and produced about the snipers who terrorized the region around the capital.

Allison Kelemen (’85) is a distributor for Ecoquest International, a Tennessee company that makes air purifiers.

William Bradley (MA’86) has moved to the Czech Republic, where he is working at the International School of Prague. He and his wife, Kimberly Porter, had a son in March.

Scott Boulbol (’87) teaches journalism and photography at Niwot High School. He is also a contributing editor to Adventure Sports magazine, specializing in outdoor sports and endurance events.

Tom Costello (’87) left his senior correspondent and anchor job at CNBS and moved to NBC Network News. He now reports for the “Today Show,” “Nightly News,” MSNBC and CNBC. He and his wife, Astrid, live in New Jersey with daughters, Charlotte, 8, and Chloe, 6.

Teresa Nigro Dougherty (’87) is communications manager for Wachovia Securities LLC in Richmond, Va.

Marlene Marie Hackman (’87) received her master’s degree in somatic psychology from Naropa University in Boulder. She is now self-employed as a body psychotherapist.

Patrick Hyde (’87) is co-owner Holloway & Hyde Communications in Boulder.

Allison Bergamo (’88) is a designer for Kitchen Masters in Lakewood, where she remodels homes across the Front Range. She and her husband, Richard Engel, split their time between Denver and San Francisco.