1992 Class Notes

Melissa Campbell Christ, ’92, and her family have moved to Green Lake in West Bloomfield. The family continues to work with the Airedale Terrier Rescue Association, and they volunteer with the Open Door Outreach Center. Melissa and her husband, Chuck, have two daughters.

Frederick “Fritz” Goodnow, ’92, is principal of Delca Corp. He and his wife, Amy Korpela Goodnow, ’93, live in Bentonville, AR.

Daymond Grifka, ’92, became principal at Fulton High School last fall. He previously worked for five years as principal at Fowler High School and before that was principal, assistant principal, and athletic director in Rogers City. He earned his master’s degree from Central Michigan University. Daymond is currently working toward a doctorate at CMU. He and his wife, Tricia Kubacki Grifka, ’92, have two children.

Elizabeth Coke Haller, ’92, is a school health team leader for the division of adolescent and school health at the national Centers for Disease Control. She earned her master’s degree from Wayne State University. Elizabeth and her husband, Brian Haller, ’95, have been married for 14 years. They have two children. The family relocated to Atlanta in 2005. She can be reached by e-mail at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Autumn Nancarrow Lamb, ’92, has been doing therapeutic massage for 18 years. She has traveled to Sweden and the Netherlands. Autumn and her husband, Christopher Lamb, ’93, have sailed to the British Virgin Islands. They have been married for nine years and live in Traverse City.

Laura Swan MacMorran, ’92, is a volunteer at her son’s school. She also volunteers with the Pacific Unitarian Church. Laura and her husband, Gordon MacMorran, ’90, have two children and live in Redondo Beach, CA.

Sandra Merriweather, ’92, is an adjunct English instructor at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn. She also continues to work at Botsford Hospital in Farmington Hills as a medical biller and office manager. Sandra spends time with Stagecrafters, a community theatre in Royal Oak and volunteers with “Trips for Kids Detroit,” a non-profit organization working with the Metro Detroit area youth. She is also active with the Tri-County Alumnae Association of Kappa Delta. Sandra earned her master’s degree from Oakland University. She lives in Detroit.