Alumni News

Alumni News, Notes, and Updates for Fall 2020
If you are an alumni of Judge Memorial Catholic High School and have great news to share please email: alumni@judgememorial.com

 

1970's

  • Cynthia Proctor ‘71 is Clinical Mental Health Counselor for TURN Community Services which offers quality services to people with disabilities. 

 
1980's
  • Jenny Keiser Ruemmele ‘86 is the Director of the St. Luke’s McCall Foundation.

  • Michele Higham Wolf Psy.D. ‘86 is the owner and Clinical Director of Wolf Psychological Services in Ypsilanti, Michigan.

  • Wayne Ruemmele ‘87 is the owner of Epikos Land Planning + Architecture in McCall, Idaho.

 
1990's
  • Denise LeBeau Bois ‘91 is Global Senior Sales Excellence & Strategy Manager for Microsoft where she has worked for over 13 years.

  • Kris Mitchell ‘91 is the author of the children’s book The Adventures of the Tooth Fairy that teaches young children the importance of good oral health through magical story-telling.  It is currently available in hardcover, ebook and audio versions.  There will be a series to follow.

  • Aida Waldburger ‘93 is a school counselor at Judge Memorial. 
  • Joey Marquart ‘96 is the Senior Vice President at Silverline Communications where he heads up the Western Region. 

  • Nate Raso ‘96 is the General Agent for Arizona and Utah for Knights of Columbus Insurance.  He was featured in the Intermountain Catholic article “Judge Memorial graduate is now Knights of Columbus regional insurance agent.”

  • Marcos Espinoza ‘97 was featured in The Guardian’s  “Side Hustle” feature for his Side Project Jerky.

  • Erica Bero Blakslee ‘98 is a Senior Account Director for Xandr, an AT&T company, in Sidney, Australia.

  • Marcie Young Cancio ’98 is an Assistant Professor of Journalism and Digital Media at Salt Lake Community College.  She also is the Founder and Executive Director of Amplify Utah Media Literacy and Engagment Program.  

  • Rachel Reeves Parkinson ‘98 is a Communications and PR Manager at Bridge.  

  • Tricia Holt Shaw ‘99 is Vice President of Mergers & Aquisitions at Evercore Investment B

 
2000's
  • Kim Constantinesco ‘01 is the Director of Content at a NYC-based digital health company. She’s also a children’s author, competitive snowboarder, and recent non-directed kidney donor.

  • The Honorable Melanie Houston ‘01 is a municipal court judge for the City of Fort Worth and formerly held the position of city prosecutor. 

  • Talia Hristou Monroe ‘01 is the Senior Vice President of Sales for FritoLay in Atlanta. She was highlighted with nine of her female peers for International Women’s Day to be the “Faces of Change - Women in Leadership.”

  • LaShell Wright-Hopkins Robinson ’01 is the Clinical Operations Lead of Diversity and Inclusion in Clinical Trials at The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

  • Christine Tobolski ‘01 is the Director of Student Services, Department of Mathematics at University of California, Berkeley.

  • Allison Weis Ph.D. ‘04 is a micro-biology postdoctoral fellow at the University of Utah School of Medicine. 

  • Nick Sasich ‘05 is the new head coach for the Judge Memorial Baseball Team.

  • Whitney Wolfe Herd ‘07 has become the world’s youngest self-made billionaire woman with the IPO of her company Bumble, an online dating app.

 
2010's
  • Victoria Luman ‘10 is an attorney at Parr, Brown, Gee & Loveless in Salt Lake City.

     

  • Maddie Rice ’10 is an accomplished guitarist who currently plays with the Saturday Night Live Band. She also performed for several years with the house band for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Jon Batiste’s Stay Human.

     

  • Lindsay Ryan ‘15 will be starting her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at New York University this June.  After receiving her B.S. degree in Pre-Physical Therapy and Dance from Saint Mary’s College of California in May 2019, she co-founded of The Collective SF Dance Company in San Francisco.

     

  • Maison Knight ‘16 is playing his last year of college football for the Utah State University Aggies.

  • Will Ryan ‘17 graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy on May 28.  He commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps and his service selected is aviation.

     

  • Jacob Fausto ‘19 was selected as one of 20 Scholar of the Year finalists for the 2021 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Leaders in Education Awards.

     

  • Carlos Padilla ‘19 received the Internships of the Year Award from the University of Utah Career and Professional Development Center for his internship at the Utah House of Representatives.