From left: Actor Michael Newcomer,
Wendy Rolfe Evered
and the gals from wardrobe, on the set of the thriller
A Thou-
sand Cuts
a movie written and directed by Wendy’s husband,
Charles Evered. Wendy plays a Beverly Hills real estate agent in the
A Thousand Cuts
was one of six films nominated in Febru-
ary for a Saturn Award in the category of best film released on
DVD/Blue-ray. It stars Academy-Award nominee Michael O’Keefe
and was the second-most-rented thriller in Redbox in January.
Wendy also is co-producing the short film
shooting in Los
Angeles in May and June. Last summer Wendy was delighted to
participate in the Writers Guild of America East’s TV Pilots Resur-
rected event that took place at The Players club in New York City.
She read the role of Margaret in a half-hour comedy script titled
In other creative news, Wendy’s mixed-media photo-
Dog Love
was accepted for the Love Show 2013, a month-
long art show fundraiser at Small World Coffee in Princeton, N.J.
Eric Hein-
sheimer ’89
Jennifer Raczka
were married on
June 1, 2012, on a
private beach in St.
Lucia, West Indies.
Jennifer and Eric
were good friends
back at UPS but fell
out of touch after
graduating. Almost
years later they
reconnected via
media and the rest,
as they say, is histo-
ry! Jennifer works at
the U.S. Department
of State, and Eric is
in his 18th year with
the U.S. Army, cur-
rently assigned to
the Pentagon. The
newlyweds live in
Falls Church, Va.
MacKenzie Blakely ’99
and Paul Aitken were married on July 4, 2012, at a little chapel in the
mountains near Tamarack, Idaho. Their four boys were there to celebrate with them. From left: Mi-
chael, 16; Wilson, 11; MacKenzie and Paul; Zach, 12; and Caden, 9. They honeymooned in Florence,
Italy, and in Paul’s hometown of Listowel, Ontario, Canada, before settling down in Boise, Idaho.
MacKenzie adds: “Life as a family of six keeps us busy, and we are loving every moment!”
Vivian Liao ’01
and Daniel Korich were married on Nov. 3, 2012, in Bristol, R.I. In spite
of Hurricane Sandy striking a few days earlier, many Puget Sound friends made it to the celebration.
Back row, from left:
Andrew Petersen ’00
Laura Grinstead Petersen ’01
the bride
and groom,
Kendra Bosscher Cavazo ’01
Janelle Martin ’01
Jenny Zalewski Stepp ’01
maid of honor
Kari Gula Maljai ’01
Courtney Hill Cossey ’01
Nate Snodgrass ’01
future Logger Ethan), and
Erin Dahlgren Snodgrass ’01
Front, from left:
Janna Schumacher
Redman ’01
Michelle Moore Pickard ’01
Sara Matlock ’01
Anna Gruen
Hink ’01
The couple live in New York City, where Vivian is marketing director for a nonprofit devel-
opment corporation, and Daniel works in finance.