Above: Allison McKenney, Brew HaHa!’s Director of Operations. Click here to view the individual profiles of the DBT40 Class of 2016. Click here to find more information about our DBT40 event on Oct. 13, 2016.
Members of this year’s class posed for the annual class photo after the event. Kevin Wargo was unable to attend, and David Hopkins represented his wife Melissa. Front row, from left: Eric Klinger-Wilensky, Justen A. Wright, Matthew Wilson, John Legare Williams, Diane Wikso, Charles Vincent Grace Stokley, Lawrance Spiller Kimmel. Second row, from left: Tribhuwan Singh, Daniel M. Silver, Sarah Ruffcorn, LaKresha S. Roberts, Maggie Ratnayake, Karen L. Pickard, Cimone Philpotts, Katy O’Connell, Kyle Morgan, Jonathan Moll, Joseph Meyer. Third row, from left: Nick Matarese, Matthew Lenzini, Nikki Lavoie, Kristen Kuipers, Jimmy Jarrell, Tony J. Immediato, David Hopkins accepting on behalf of his wife Melissa Hopkins, Geoffrey L. Grosso, David Grimaldi, Spencer Graves, James Garrity, Lisa A. Ford. Back row, from left: Joy A. Barrist, Jeffrey T. Benson Jr., Candice Caruso, Rebecca Lynn Clark, Kristin L. Davis, Anthony N. Delcollo, Emily Drake, Temeka Easter. Click here to view the individual profiles of the DBT 40 Class of 2015.
DBT40 class of 2014. Honorees present at the event were: Front row:
(left to right) Sarah Zimmerman, Dr. Daniel Young, Karl Wagner, Michael Vanderslice, Herman van den Brandt, Diane Urban, Joshua Twilley, Laura Stimson”¨”¨ Second row: (left to right) Amber Shader, Michael Smith, Jen Sheridan, Jeff Shahan, Todd Roselle, Daniel Ridgley, Mona Parikh, Maggie Norris, Sasha Aber “¨Third row: (left to right)”¨Anna McDermott, Evan Lober, Christina Lessard, Kristin Lang-Miller, Justin King, Mark Hutton, Clayton Hill, Tarik Haskins, Wes Garnett Jr., Bianca Frase-Johnson “¨Last row: (left to right)”¨Amanda Murphy, Rebecca Faber, Paige Deiner, Nic DeCaire, Meredith Chapman, Jeni Barton, Kami Banks, Jason Adkins, Stephanie Adams, John Fannin IV
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