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S: The Essence of Our Joy: Spring 2011

BC: If you have joy, then make a joyful noise!

FC: Essence of Joy | Spring 2011 | Our | The

1: Dedicated in deepest love and gratitude to Dr. Anthony Leach

2: Foreword... | For all you do, For all you've done, For all you are. | What began in November, 1991 as a collection of singers temporarily pulled together has grown into a veritable musical force that has left a permanent imprint on the lives and hearts of many. Essence of Joy has developed over the last twenty years into a being with a life, breath, and culture all its own; it has become a source of support for those within its community, a fixture in the Penn State community, and a vehicle for engaging members of the broader community. I can say with utmost sincerity, that my encounter with Essence of Joy has been the single most impactful and transformative experience of my life. Even as I continue to grow up and eventually away, I do not expect this to change; Essence has had a profound influence on the way I view and approach every aspect of living. Most importantly, it has taught me to measure my life by the significance of my relationships with other people; Essence of Joy has taught me what it means to truly love and to be loved. I know the most important people in my life, the ones I love and cherish more deeply than I will ever be able to articulate or even comprehend, because I know Essence of Joy. Dr. Leach, thank you for your unending dedication and constant effort to push us toward our greatest potential. Thank you for guiding us and supporting us as students and developing adults. Most importantly, thank you for bringing us together; for introducing us to our very best friends and the most important people in our lives. Thank you for being one of those people. Above all, thank you sincerely for entrusting us with your vision and for inviting us to experience the true essence of joy. We just wanted to say thanks. On behalf of the current edition of the choir, happy 60th birthday! With sincere appreciation and all my love, Rachel Dungan, Spring 2012

3: "I love you, dear friend, and I'm proud to know you." -Your Sister | E | O | J | I thank God for the heart and talents of Tony Leach! Thank you, Tony, for str-----e-----tching your time to also direct the Essence 2 choir--providing participation for us community folk! Happy 60th Birthday! Continued Blessings, Tammy Farrell | “Dr. Leach, it’s so encouraging to see the impact you have on your singers as well as every audience we encounter. I also appreciate the central focus and purpose of the message you convey through the music we perform.” -Andrew Neal, Spring 2013

4: Congratulations Tony! It gives me great pleasure to offer my congratulations as you celebrate the 20th anniversary of Essence of Joy and your 60th birthday! It is a great privilege to count you as a Penn State alumnus and as one of our most eminent faculty members. You have had a landmark career and made a profound impact on Penn State students, the performing arts, and communities throughout Pennsylvania....you have inspired countless individuals to share in the joys of the performing arts. We also have greatly appreciated your wonderful sense of humor, your passion, and your integrity, which shines through everything you do. A student who sang in Essence of Joy once said, "It's not just a musical group, it teaches you about life and all its diversity." You have made a lasting mark on the lives of so many young people, Tony. In your many years with Penn State, and your lifetime of good works, you have made a difference to us all. We are very fortunate to have shared so much with you. On behalf of everyone at Penn State, I wish you all the best on this special anniversary and birthday. Sincerely, Graham B. Spanier Penn State University President

5: "Essence of joy is not just a class, or a choir or a family. It is a force of unity and love that breaks down walls and restores hope in a shattered world. It is a source of strength not only for the members in it but for the amazing audiences we are so privileged to get to know. It is for many of us, a rare glimpse into a life and a history that we will never fully know or understand. But in its awesome nature provides us a momentary taste of reality. It is love in its rawest and most vulnerable form. It is a vision realized and more hard work, sweat and tears from Dr. Leach than any of us can ever imagine....So today, I thank you. I thank you for being a Father. For picking me up when I fall down, brushing off my skinned knees and then reminding me to kneel right back down and give God the thanks he deserves. For loving me when I didn’t love myself and for seeing and demanding the person I could be. I thank you for being a teacher...For teaching me that I need not be anything more than exactly who I am in order to be worthy. For teaching me that although there are people and forces in this world who will do everything they can to knock you down, you are the only one who can ultimately create your own happiness. For teaching me that the greatest gift one can ever give is that of their presence....Thank you for your vision, for your love and for your life. Happy Birthday and many many more." With love from Becca Ziegler, Spring 2006

6: We're gonna have a mighty, mighty good time!

7: Faith is the answer and love is the key. | Dear Tony, You are our teacher and friend, both of which are important joys of life! Just as we are, Jo & Ed Lash

8: I met TL about 11 years ago while playing in a pit orchestra he was conducting for a production of Ain't Misbehavin' up in Warren, PA. I knew then that he was a gifted musician/teacher with a spark for bringing out the best in people while being true to the music at hand. Since then Dr. Leach has been a mentor, advisor, big brother, dissertation committee member, colleague and personal friend. The pleasure of serving as percussionist for the resident, alumni and Essence 2 choirs has given me a unique perspective of observing Dr. Leach's work in various settings with all ages of participants. The care he takes to bring people together and level the differences between them has always amazed me. Through his passion he provides opportunity and builds musical community, ultimately creating a place of many of us to belong. The Essence of Joy is a unique gift that is really only fully understood and realized within the context of active musical engagement where all participants respond to that "which they know" both collectively and individually. TL (aka the management) keeps the Joy flowing. Thanks for your vision and for sharing your many gifts with all of us. Happy Birthday Tony, and many more to come! -Darrin Thornton

9: Dr. Leach, EOJ has been the most rewarding part of my Penn State experience and a true blessing from God, and since you ARE Essence of Joy, thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for enabling me to be a part of this choir. As you celebrate this birthday, in addition to all the things you’ve accomplished and all the people you’ve touched over the past 60 years, I wish you all the love and happiness this world has to offer. “May your days be many and your troubles be few, and may all of God’s blessings descend upon you.” With love and admiration, Meredythe Kimmel, Spring 2012

10: Dr. Leach, I have wanted to be in this choir since before my coming to Penn State, so as you can imagine, to finally be a member of EOJ is out of this world! Honestly, I have learned so much because of the way you challenge yet nurture us. When you say you're "raising babies," and hard heads :) it's true! And what is amazing to me is how deeply you know each of your students as well as your sense of awareness. This choir and its music brings something bigger than life into the picture; God. It is a place were the members feel 'something' and they know it...even if they can't pin it down to exactly the rhyme or reason. Dr. Leach, I thank you for the lessons you teach us, the opportunities you offer us and for the way you live your life as an example to others. Thank you, Kristy Drake, Spring 2012

11: EOJAS changed my life. It woke up me, and pointed me in a new and exciting direction. But I'll remember YOU for your inspiration, your challenges, your creativity, and your birthday--6 weeks before mine. Much love, Linda Hoffman | There are many good professors around this university. There are some great professors as well. There are even a few INCREDIBLE professors I've been so blessed as to have come into contact with. Dr. Leach, however, is more that just a professor. While he educates his students to the best of his ability, he truly loves and cares for all of them like a family, and I can guarantee that there are loads of others who would agree with me whole-heartedly. I've developed a special relationship with my Essence of Joy family that is so unique, and that is because of the way Dr. Leach brings each of us together. We all love what we do, and I truly believe it's a testament to Dr. Leach, who he is, and what he does for those he's connected to. -Matthew Weaver, Spring 2013 | Dr. Leach is one that places a lasting impression. He encourages you not to be afraid and make good choices both in singing and in life. Dr. Leach has inspired me to explore new outlooks both as a musician and a person. -Ariana Papa, Spring 2012

12: Ever since the moment I met you, when I sang under your direction in Elementary Songfest in 5th grade, you have inspired and encouraged me to be better than the person I am. You are the most comprehensive of educators because you teach leadership, common sense, world values, and how to communicate your ideas effectively all through music. You have blessed my life in innumerable ways and I look forward to using the life skills you've offered me as I "move forward" into what is to come. Much love, Leah Mueller, Spring 2012

13: Dr. Leach has a profound way of connecting with his students. I have never had an educator so capable, and at the same time so willing to be a part of his kids' lives. For this, I will forever have an incredible respect for him. -Courtney Lope, Spring 2012 | Dr. Leach, it is so easy for us members of the choir to take for granted what you bring to the choir since we get to see you four hours each week! But you bring such a unique gift to the choir. If it weren’t for you, this choir would not even exist or would be nothing like it is today. Thank you so much for sharing your gifts with us here at Penn State. Your musical and personal gifts are a blessing to the whole choir and everyone you meet! -Matthew Neal, Spring 2013 | Dr. Leach is and was one of the most significant role models for me in college and afterwards. He treated us as young people with "tough love" but still respected us and let us be individuals. He is a remarkable teacher, musician, and an even more remarkable person. -Tim Abraham, Spring 1999

14: This is a tile that now sits on the roof of a temple that needed repairs. The sentiment we wrote is something that I will always carry with me thank to my experiences with you and Essence of Joy. You always strive for us to make a difference in people's lives and have inspired me to try and do the same in everything that I do. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Love, Alison Moroooney Spring 2012

15: Dr. Leach, As we take time to celebrate you on your special day, I can't help but recognize the blessing that you are and the great influence that you've had on this World. Thank you for providing us all with your guidance, wisdom, and musical direction. My journey (along with so many others) has forever been impacted by your presence as both an educator and dear friend. May you feel the vast love and gratitude today from your babies and all those who hold you near and dear. Happy Birthday to you, TL! Love, Kelsey Lope Spring 2010

16: I am not a huge believer of coincidences; It was certainly not a coincidence that I joined Essence of Joy in 2007. All I knew about the man behind this choir I have come to call my family was what I was told by my high school voice teacher, Kim Kronenberg Russell, who had worked with him during her time at Penn State. All she ever said to me was, “if you get time while you’re up there, work under Dr. Anthony Leach. He’s good with choirs and you’ll like him.” She didn’t tell me that he would teach me what it means to be “present” rather than “there”. She didn’t tell me that his drive for perfection in every rehearsal would forever raise the bar of my musicality. She didn’t say that the music he taught me would challenge me more than any other choir had or probably will, or that it would carry me across the country and the world to share it with people profoundly moved by its message. She just edged me in the right direction. What I discovered in Dr. Leach was a youthful man dedicated to his art and his standard. He commands the respect of the room when he begins his class and is capable of shaping anything that can make a noise into a beautiful ensemble. These traits alone would have been enough to earn my respect, but what I will always remember about my time with Dr. Leach are the lessons he taught me outside the classroom. He is a fantastic listener. He knows all, sees all, and is remarkably empathetic to the needs of the people that he works with. There is rarely a need to lecture with Dr. Leach, he just kind of drops nuggets of wisdom in your lap and slowly they grow into new understandings. Here are some of my favorites.:

17: E | O | J | “There are no throw away people.” This one liner is a favorite of many of his students, and it represents his outlook on people that enter his life. While friends walk in and sometimes walk out of your life, for good and bad reasons, it is important to not give up on people. Everyone is at a different point in their journey of life, and rather than condemn or forget those that make mistakes that affect you, open your mind to the idea that writing them out of your life could be a big mistake. I have tried to live this, and I am repaired many burnt bridges for which I am extremely grateful. “Don’t be Dumb.” Needs no explanation. I’m still working on this one. “Take Care of Your Business” By simply expecting more from me than many other educators, I find myself driven to deliver, to take care of practicing on my own time, so that I can stand and be “present” at rehearsals and performances. I wanted to be a go-to-person. I will always carry these messages with me. They have creeped their way into everything that I do and I will always be grateful to the wise man that showed them to me, and gave me a family away from home. -Lou Paul Langdon Spring 2011

18: Tony and I shared many memorable moments during my tenure at Penn State. One instance that stands out most in my mind was just post graduation however, in 2005: I was contemplating going back to school but was struggling with so much personally. I'll never forget Tony's words: "you worry about things over which you have no control...there will always be someone to listen to you, carry you for a while, even cry with you, but in the end, your decisions will be your own, right or wrong." And he was right! I recalled my senior year at the University. I had been given a song to work on (Calling My Name) and before I knew it was assigned another song, Thurston's Jesus Walked. "...nobody else could walk it for him, he had to walk it by himself." The lesson had become intensely personal; it was something I had been singing but not internalizing. I had this huge support system all around me but had stand it by myself. I began to understand better what I needed to do to stop getting in my own way and was subsequently healthier and happier. And so, as I continue to grow, those words-that lesson has somewhat become a mantra for me and quite possibly been the platform for some of the most cathartic years of my life thus far. Not often in life do we find someone who is truly vested in you and not what you can do for them: Anthony Thomas Leach is one of those people in my life. -Cori Maldonado, Spring 2004

19: She walked into the sunlit space with Palms shaking, and heart racing. People stared and their eyes were open. A new baby in the choir. They didn’t know what she had been through. But they did care. And she hid herself as best she could, spoke up when her heart cried to share. And as the love of others penetrated her space She fell. Not into the arms of a person Or a thought Or a feeling Or a dream No, but She fell in love with a desire to give and not take, To love and never to hurt, To know God and not emptiness. And there she knew she had found it. And so there she stayed. Dr. Leach, I do not think it an exaggeration to say that this choir has done this for me, and likely for every person who has stepped through the doors that mark the path of this choir. It is my greatest honor to be a part of something bigger than myself that desires to give and not take, to love and cherish each and every audience member, and to fill their hearts with God’s love and hope. Thank you for answering God’s call: to teach us “babies,” rather than giving up when the road seemed rough and the travelling seemed long. His face shineth down upon us all and He is smiling at the work you have let Him do through you. God bless you and happy 60th birthday! -Natalie Plumb, Spring 2012

20: Dr. Leach and Essence of Joy played a significant role in my college experience. Dr. Leach has served as a teacher, mentor, and friend - imparting knowledge, wisdom, and quotable life lessons. One of the most important lessons you learn as a member of the EOJ family is how to take care of yourself and the people around you. Dr. Leach has created and developed a community that extends beyond the choir members to include our audience, families, and friends. The number of people that care about him is a testament to his character, the value he gives to personal relationships, and the lasting impact he has on those who know him. -Sean Griffin Spring 2009

21: "It's important to find the balance between who one is and where one is growing."

22: You have been an encouragement to us and our Family before we ever really knew you. You've hidden words deep in our hearts. In middleschool years at County Chorus, the lyrics that stuck were "Come Everyone Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord." In High school, we still remember fondly when we were in Pittsburgh and there was a 'World Honor Choir' that was assembled where you introduced us and a host of other teenagers to your friends Keith Hampton and Glenn Burleigh, before the Concepts of "Light" were ever commissioned. This was the first time we experienced 'Nia' and it is forever burned in our memory. Where other choirs, people and experiences in the college years left us feeling "half-full," you and Essence of Joy filled our cups to overflowing with Love and Light and became one of the essences of our joy in Life. We are thankful for your lessons on Seasons, "Staying in Your Lane," getting a degree, relationships and coming to see about people. Our steps are ordered, and we are so blessed and thankful that we keep moving forward--together. To: God and Tony Leach, "We Just Want to Say Thanks." From: two of your many "Little Sons" (Brandon & Brett Miller, and the Family)

24: Dear Dr Leach, While it is hard to believe my four years of college are almost complete, I know that I am not the same person that entered Penn State freshman year, and a huge factor influencing those changes was my participation in Essence of Joy. And who is Essence of Joy? As you have reminded me over the years, you are Essence of Joy. I owe you many thanks for the talent, time, and heart that you give to this choir. I respect you for your amazing talent that you have refined into impeccable musical skill. I respect you as an educator who works hard to give us opportunities to grow, and interact with new people and experiences. Most of all, I respect you for the love that you show. You take more than five seconds to look into our eyes and make sure we are all right. You want to know what we are doing, pursuing, and are always here to remind us that we are at Penn State to get a degree!! Praise God! I hold you and this choir very close to my heart. Thank you for being influential in my growth over the past four years and for impacting so many before me. Happy Birthday Dr. Leach. Love, Jessica Neal, Spring 2011

25: It has been four years and still I remember my first ever Essence Sunday night rehearsal. Specifically I recall learning “Faithful”, by rote of course. Once we reviewed the parts for each section (sopranos first, then altos, tenors, and finally basses) we began to sing a full run through. As we progressed through the chorus and to the second verse of “Holy, Holy, Holy is our god,” I began to feel such a buildup occurring throughout the choir. I literally felt an electric connection to everyone in the room. I felt the “old hats’” excitement grow as the anticipation naturally progressed from singing to professing these lyrics. By the time the chorus came around a second time EOJ as an entity was so moved that they stood up!! They began to sway!! There was even clapping! Me not being a dummy, I followed suit allowing the music and rhythm to envelop me as only repertoire sung by EOJ can. This is the song we ended on. You abruptly said, “Alright I will see you tomorrow,” as you are known to, and left me with the most elated feeling. A feeling of friendship, joy, love, family, a feeling of rightness overcame me. As I walked home, although to tell you the truth it was more like floated home, I couldn’t help but think about this experience I just had. “Faithful” will forever be my favorite and most meaningful song. From this one encounter with the family that is EOJ I knew how much this choir, these people (the oldies, babies, wannabes, and gonnabes) were going to impact me and my life. I realized how much you would influence my life. And you have, in the most wonderful ways possible. As you know, this choir you have created means so much to so many people. Please let this be my thank you, my appreciation for all that you do and all that you are. I hope your birthday brings you as much joy as you have brought to all of us through just doing what you do. I will forever be grateful for the light you and Essence of Joy brought into my life. Love, Carina Myers, Spring 2011

26: Happy Birthday, Tony, both to you and to Essence, to which you've devoted such an impressive amount of your powerful energy for an entire third of your life on this planet. Thank you for living your truth in a way that brings light and joy to an often-crazy world. I feel incredibly lucky to have been among that handful of young, dumb kids with whom you practiced perfect patience in order to work up a few gospel numbers in 1992. Though none of us had any idea we were launching an institution, we did know we were being led by greatness into the joy of the spirit, and I'm glad we followed along. Here's to the next 20 years. -Tom Serene, Class of 1992

27: I am so grateful for not only all of the blessings and experiences Essence of Joy has brought into my life, but also the things that I may have not realized were with me before. Every day in Essence of Joy is a learning experience for me. I cannot thank you enough for constantly reminding us what music is all about, what it can do, and what it needs to do. -Kyle Garcia, Spring 2012

28: There's not a day that goes by that I don't spend time thinking about how grateful I am to have him in my life. Not a single day. -Libby Leonard, Spring 2004 | As an Essence of Joy baby, I’ve only had a year to be under Dr. Leach’s direction. But my experiences in the choir this year have meant so much to me. He has this wonderful, unique way of blending musical expertise with personal encouragement and high expectations. I am so grateful for everything I’ve been able to learn and do this year because of Dr. Leach’s care and dedication to EOJ. So Happy Birthday, Dr. Leach! You are so appreciated and loved by all of us! -Rebekah Mackley, Spring 2014

29: "Never apologize for being yourself." | Thank you so much for all of the wisdom and support you provided both in and outside of EOJ. I will always treasure the knowledge (and cooking) you continue to share. -Ron Leone, Spring 2010 | For a man who can answer most questions with nothing more than a twitch of the eyebrows and a slight smile, I'll be short and sweet. Anthony Leach is a musician, teacher, and human being of the very highest caliber. Every year, without fail, he manages to make a choir full of liars, sneaks, cheats, and thieves sound like they know what they're doing. I am proud and very, very lucky to have this man as my mentor. Thank you, TL, for everything you've done. -Ford DeCastro, Spring 2012

30: A. Roshell Cobb Aaron Miller Abbey Foard Adam Chiocca Aimee Trimmer Alan Honig Alana Powers Alena Singleton Alexis (Lexi) Rhoades Alfie Parker, Jr. Alice (Hans) Charland Alison (Gibbs) Robbins Alison Morooney Allyson Daniel Amber Mallow Andrea (Bidelspach) Shurtliffe Andrea Lamont-Lee Andrew Gathman Andrew Hoover Andrew Michael Andrew Neal Andrew Parise Angela (Kennedy) Collins Angela (Verece) Coleman Angela Girvan Anna Radspinner Anthony DeAngelis Ariana Papa Arwen Kapusta Ashley Godshall Aviva Braun Becca Ziegler Benjamin Neal BJ Hickey Brandon Miller Brendan Buckley Brent Fisher Brent Wilson Brett Miller Brian Gifford Brian Victor Cait Cready | Cari (Barone) Tellis Carina Myers Carlton Curington Carly Hughes Carmela Maxell Carrie Pledger Carrie Preston Carter McWilliams Catherine Bishop Channie Waites Chantae Smith Charissa (Ondeck) Chiaravalloti Charrell Cooper Christie McKinney Christina Harrison Christopher (Topher) Yorks Christopher Bickford Christopher Bygott Christopher Cassizzi Christopher Clermont Christopher Gibbons Christopher Reeves Christopher White Conrad Zapanta Cori Maldonado Courtney Lope Dan Henning Dan Marshall Daniel Bell Daniel Honig Daniel Wertz Danielle Soloff David Bahn David Ericson David Rench David Spiro David Thompson Deborah (Chen) Pichler Deena (Walter) Marcellus Dennis Kalup Derek Switzer Devon Cockerill | Diana (Scott) Davis Doug Fisk Drew Nebrig Edward McCaffrey Elizabeth "Quinn" Vogt-Welch Elizabeth Ellis Elizabeth Kernion Ellen Teufel Emile Rochon Emily Mills Emily Otto Emily Wertz Eric Pope Eric Williamson Erik Clayton Esther Mattis Fatima Jernigan Fran Betlyon Frances (Crespi) Kangas Fred Omega Pye Georgios Giannios Gilbert Bailey, II Gordon Kaslusky Graham "Scott" Barton Gregg Mauroni Hadiyah Muhammad Hanna (Rim) Woodring Heather Barton Heather McMunigal Ian Rosenberger Ianthe Marini Ingrid Pérez-Martin Ivan Hodge Jaclyn (McCourt) Gilbert James Salva James T. Lane James Testa Jamey Kelley Jamila Sabares-Klemm Janna (Frank) Zitko Jarrett Smith Jason Adams | Our Choir Through the Years

31: Natashia Jones Nathan Lucrezio Nathan Trimmer Natonya (Johnson) Pacchiarotti Ned Boyd Nick Cisik Nkiruka Chukwumah Noel (France) Vache Noel Bond Orieyama Linebarger Paris Alexander Nesbitt Pat Taylor Patrick Kelly Paul Langdon Paul McPhail Paula (Raybuck) McPhail Paul-Jordan Jansen Philip Bugaiski Rachel Cantone Rachel Dungan Rachel Gindele Rachel Kauffman Rachel Raffaut Raina Leon Rebekah Mackley Renee (Gaunieri-Gabel) Marciante Renee Reilly Richard Horst Richard Park Robert "Adam" Berndt Robert "Roy" Walker Ron Leone Ron Ruth Rupa (Ghosh) Berkebile Russell Petit Russell Poole Ryan Booz Ryan DeNardis Ryan Vona Sally Smith Samantha Hughes Sarah (Johnson) Tiede Sarah (Slabinski) Herot | Sarah Davis Sarah Holgate Sarah Robertson Scott Schneider Sean Griffin Sean Maurice Lynch Shakeya Kelson ShaVon Savage Shawn Gable Shawn King Sherill Blodget Sherrie Hildreth Spencer Sweeting Stacy Malachowski Stephanie Baker Stephen Howarth Steve Grazzini Sunday Rivers Susan (Holmberg) Steinruck Suzanne Agha Tahnee Lewis Tasha Rafter Teresa Park Thomas Randby Thomas Serene Tim Abraham Tim Black Todd Fennell Tolani Oyefule Tom Bonsaint Travis Ford DeCastro Tricia (Apple) Baugus Trina (Shubert) Patton Tyler Oyer Tyler Rutt Vanessa Bond Vernée Smith Walter Krushinski William "Bill" DiNicola Zach Spencer | Maria Stevens Mariah Ash Marielle Bevan Marjorie Smith Mark Charran Mark Lenhowsky Mark Mixon Mark O'Reilly Matt Black Matthew Ascah Matthew Demes Matthew Henning Matthew Neal Matthew Newman Matthew Russell Matthew Swope Matthew Tully Matthew Weaver Maurece Lewis Maurice Blackmon Meagan Norman Meagan Weaver Megan Becker Megan Woods Megan Zeiders Melanie Gerald Melinda (Brown) Lindsley Melissa (Atwell) Quinn Melissa (Wallner) Flail Meredith (Malone) Ambrust Meredith Hunter Meredythe Kimmel Michael Camburn Michael Freeman Michael Macartney Michael Strouse Michelle Mallory Michelle Soltysik Molly (Brennan) Capp Natalie Andreoli Natalie Best-Grimes Natalie Machusick Natalie Plumb | Kathryn (Katie) Ammerman Katie Murray Katie Myers Keith Alexander Keith Morris Keith Spencer Kelly (Kohlhepp) Park Kelsey Lope Kelsey Stewart Kiena Williams Kim (Holub) Burkholder Korey Jackson Kris Watkins Krista (Kline) Gitke Kristen Diehl Kristen Mowery Kristen Viglietta Kristin (Hunter) Parker Kristin Alexander Kristy Drake Kyle Garcia Lachele Jack Lacy (Stem) Miller Lara Buchko Lauren Hoffman Lauren Howard Lauren Widner Laurie (Goldner) Gougher Lawrence "Larry" Putorek, Jr. Leah Mueller LeKeshia S. Tyler Leroy Gray Libby Leonard Linda Hoffman Lindsay (Reeder) Miller Lisa (Perrette) Scalice Londi Greenwood-Bowden Luke Davis Lyndsey Hylbert Mamie "Nicole" Beard Marchelle Roniet Marcus James Maria Elliker | Jason Clark Jason Lamar Yates Jason Roberts Jason Shuffler Jayaram Srinivasan Jayme Kantor Jeff Clouser Jeff Nunez Jen McDonough Jenne Lahov Jennifer (Blackburn) Miller Jennifer (Woods) Metcalf Jennifer Bish-Henry Jennifer Enigk Jennifer Heller Jennifer Howard Jennifer Kearney-Strouse Jenny Y. Wang Jeremy Goldman Jessica Enright-Delgado Jessica Neal Jessica Wolbert Jill Tocket Jillian Klueber Jillian Woolridge Joe Abraham John Barr Jonathan Barton Jonathan Heller Jonathan Kitt Jon-Chris Hatalski Jordan Benis Joseph McAnulty Josh Edwards Joshua Womer Julia Gordon Julie Kosovec Juliet Carrasquillo Justin Fyala Justin Pifer Kaitlyn Lusk Karen Jones Karl Fisher

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