THE GAME WATCH PARTIES
All Tigers, both current students and alumni alike, love the rivalryof The Game. For the 119th playing of The Game, Tigers everywheregathered to enjoy the broadcast from WFSPN, Woodberry’sproduction network. Alison and Ware Smith ’99 hosted a watchparty at their home in Dallas for the Woodberry fans in the area. BenBruner ’98 hosted another watch party at his home in Columbia,South Carolina. Pictured (above left) are Russ Brown ’96, Ben,Ben’s son Harrison, Brunson DePass ’96, David Anderson ’81, andJase Glenn ’00. Not pictured but also present were Rusty DePass’66, Walter Taylor ’70, Andy Keegan ’71, and Jim Bruner ’68.
1998 John Lipe ’98 was listed this fall as a Forbes Next-Gen Best-In-State Wealth Advisor. John serves as a financialadvisor with the Lipe Group in Charlotte, NorthCarolina.
1999 Romulo Braga ’99 and his wife, Julianne, welcomed theirdaughter, Naomi Voll Braga, on April 12, 2019. 1
Four Tigers gathered over the Thanksgivingholiday to fish together on the Potomac River.Pictured from left to right are Rich Moncure’99, Wills Allen ’99, Lee Allen ’01, and HynsonMarvel ’99. 2
2000 Woodberry alumni in the Greenville and Spartanburgareas of South Carolina gathered in August tosend off Ansel Sanders ’00 and his wife, Helen,before he began his new appointment as secretaryto the board of trustees and English teacher atWoodberry Forest School. 3
Van Taylor ’00 began a new position at LahoreAmerican School in Pakistan. He teacheseconomics, business studies, psychology, andsociology. He and his family moved there thissummer.