Allison Smith Dalziel, ’84, and her husband, Larry, participated in their second Century (100-mile) Bike Ride in June to raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The one-day bike ride took them around Lake Tahoe. They live in Chatham, NJ.

Jeffrey Loch, ’84, has been named chief branding and marketing officer for Green Earth Technologies (GET), a consumer packaged goods company that manufactures “green,” biodegradable products for the household and automobile. Jeff and his wife live in Celebration, FL, with their four sons.

James Naatz, ’84, is a vice president for L-3 Communications, the world’s sixth largest defense contractor. He leads the ground vehicle simulation efforts for L-3’s military and commercial markets. He and his wife, Lisa, a clinical psychologist, have two daughters and live in Geneva, IL.

Mary Sue Stonisch, ’84, is the owner of Faircourt Dental Smile Enhancement Studio in Grosse Pointe Woods. She graduated from University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She has trademarked a system called “VIP Smiles,” which is currently used to teach other dentists her step-by-step method of smile design.