People for Aug. 13, 2017

Saturday, August 12, 2017

JordanRose Mack was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y. She is studying mechanical engineering.

Kyle Tworek, son of Danielle Tworek and William Tworek, was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. He is a freshman majoring in audio and music engineering.

Christina Smith, daughter of Genie and Jeffrey Smith, of Concord graduated from The Derryfield School in Manchester. Christina spent her seven years at Derryfield participating in a variety of activities including playing on the varsity field hockey team, as a member of PACTeam (Peer Awareness Community Team), and acting as a school ambassador. During the spring term of her junior and senior years, she taught dance to her peers enabling the school to offer it as a sport alternative. Christina will be attending Syracuse University in the fall.


Maya Williams was named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y. She is a senior environmental studies major with a focus in geology.


Anna Mae Murphy, daughter of Michelle Murphy, graduated from The Derryfield School in Manchester. Anna Mae, who made and remained on high/highest honors over the years, spent her time at Derryfield exploring her passions and abilities. Discovering a great love of theatre led to her being a part of the following productions: The Crucible, The Drowsy Chaperone, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) and founding the Derryfield Shakespeare Club her senior year. Outside of school, Anna Mae was in the Majestic Theatre’s production of Working and took voice lessons, hoping to broaden her abilities in college. She will be attending Denison University this fall.

Anja Carlisle Stadelmann, daughter of Wayne and Mary Stadelmann, of Dunbarton, graduated from The Derryfield School in Manchester. She will be attending Middlebury College this fall with an interest in environmental science and veterinary medicine. During her years at Derryfield Anja pushed herself academically, in and out of the classroom. She participated in several veterinary and conservation medicine summer programs, and contributed to regional equestrian publications. Anja was a Scholastic Art Award recipient and was selected for the Capital Area Student Leadership program. Anja served as a co-captain of the girls’ varsity basketball team, where she earned the Class of ‘70 Award, and the equestrian team, as well as editor-in-chief of Lamplighter, Derryfield’s student newspaper. As an equestrian Anja received several awards, most notably the U.S. Dressage Federation Bronze Medal. Representing Derryfield, she won two New Hampshire High School Equestrian Team individual State Championships.