Diman Alumni from 1997
Kristen Cabral (email)
I am still working with the company I was with for co-op as a senior (NECSAS Corp.). It is going very well. I am working off-site at Raytheon Company in Portsmouth, RI as a Data Manager. I still live home and I am happily single with no kids! I am attending BCC and working full time. I would love to hear from old friends and classmates...( I'm the one on the left in photo.
Shannon- Leigh Charron (email)
Lets see… I joined the Navy following high school, and that didn't work out for me. I ended up getting discharged only 6 weeks after I entered. I moved on to many jobs that provided me with little or no satisfaction. So, in 1999 I met a great guy and we settled down and started a family but, like everything else in my life, that didn't work out either. I am just now working on getting myself together and I am going to U Mass in the fall as a marketing major. So for all of you who remember how I always used my quick thinking to get myself out of trouble, now I am going to get paid to do it.
My daughter is now 2 yrs old, and her name is Hailey. She is my number 1 concern, and everyday she brings me the special warm feeling I have always longed for. Who needs guys anyway. If any of my old classmates would like to drop me an e-mail just to say hi, feel free. I would love to reminisce.
David DeSousa (email)
Worked in the feild for about 4yrs, then moved onto manufacturing and drafting on the side... Joined the Army National Guard in 2003 as a BlackHawk Mech. Serverd in OIF '05-'06. Transfered to the Air Guard in 2007 as a C-130J Crew Chief. Now Engaged to be Married in April 2010.
Well after graduation I enlisted in the marine corps which I'm presently still enlisted. I'm currently here in Okinawa, Japan for my second 6 month deployment. In a month I'll be back home in San Diego, California where I was originally stationed at MCAS Miramar. I'll be with my beautiful wife Barbara again. I have no kids, yet anyway. Doing very well for myself in the corps. I'm the assistant non-commissioned officer in charge (ANCOIC) of the Aviation Life Support Systems shop here with HMH-361 Flying Tigers. (I'M STILL A TIGER) Working with CH-53E Super Stallions. Really having a good time in the corps I've been to Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Hawaii and Guam. I'm planning to make a career in the corps. Just taking one day at a time. Here are some pictures of me now hope you enjoy. I would love to here from old classmates or any teachers so e-mail me. You can out the flying tigers at http://www.hmh361.org .Take care and go tigers. Semper Fidelis.
Ann Oliveira (email)
Short Bio - well 4 yrs of drafting in High School to change my mind and graduate from the LPN program at Diman this past June! 3 long yrs to become a nurse! but that's what I do now... haven't changed too much since high school.... not married or anything like that - no kids, just work like crazy taking care of people which is what I do best.
Stacey Pacheco - No email provided.
HEY!!! REMEMBER ME? WELL I'M STILL WITH THE SAME OLD GUY, YOU ALL KNOW WHO THAT IS AND I'M HAVING ANOTHER BABY. HOW ABOUT YOU?
Stephanie Pacheco (Silvia) (email)
After graduating from DIMAN in 97 I went to college and realized it wasn't for me. I continued working at my job as a CNA and I've been there for 5 years now and it's been great. this past July I got married in Hawaii to my loving husband Justin. we have no children yet. We are to busy traveling and working. Hope I get to chat with some of my old friends to know what's up.... and also the teachers ..... talk to you all soon.
Danielle Todd (Proulx) (email)
After graduation I met an awesome guy and got married in 2000. We have two boys together, Riddek is 7 and Rowan is 5. For those that remember me, I also have a daughter Courtney who will be 14 this year. Boy, how time flies. I tried to obtain a job working in my field, Auto Mechanics, but could not get one. I tried out a few jobs from there, which included being a teacher's aid for Old Rochester. I am now working as a Program Coordinator for a company that works with People with Disabilities. It can be quite stressful, but at the same time rewarding. I also am enrolled full time in school and will be graduating in May of 2009 with my Bachelor's in English.