by Mary Ellen Eagan
The photo below is from HMMH’s first corporate brochure, which was published in 1984 (just before your humble author joined the firm). The photo was taken at the Masonic Museum in Lexington.
Thought you might like to know where they are now:
Andy Harris aka, “the first H”, is now fully retired and enjoying his retirement home near Naples, FL. I still remember the day Andy ordered me to his cubicle to tell me I “had leadership potential, but needed to straighten up.” Thank you, Andy.
Nick Miller (aka, “one of the M’s”) – they refuse to disclose who comes first, and btw, they are NOT brothers – is currently having the time of his life work with FAA to update the aircraft noise annoyance dose-response curve (the “Schultz Curve” – which is really awesome, since Ted Schultz was an early mentor of Nick’s at BBN. But I digress). He’s also trying to spend more time with his wife Andrea, kids and grand kids at his second home in Bar Harbor (ME).
Bob Miller (aka “the other M”) is also still fully engaged at HMMH, leading several NEPA projects, shepherding our federal projects, and still occasionally pulling an all-nighter (sometimes even work-related). Bob juggles kids, grand kids, and tennis, and is happy to have Dana mostly to himself these days. And lives for summer in Osawa.
Carl Hanson retired in 2011, and is spending much more time with his 1956 Jaguar, 1940’s-vintage Ford truck, wife Singe, and daughter Siri (not necessarily in that order). He still stops by for an occasional social hour.
Alice Sewall was HMMH’s first Office Manager. When I met her, she was single-handedly refurbishing a beautiful Victorian worthy of This Old House. She contributed to my workplace feminist outrage. And taught me to knit.
Monique Benoit is now a travel consultant in Southern California.
Chris Conklin was a high school student who helped with a wide variety of tasks (in the old – pre-internet – days, it was a job called “go-fer”; now it probably has some lofty term). I’m hoping HMMH was influential in his choosing to work in this field; he’s now a Principal at VHB in the Washington, D.C. area.
Cathy Abbot left HMMH in the late 1980s after having her third child (Carolyn recently graduated from Ithaca College with a PhD in physical therapy!). Once all her kids were in school, Cathy spent 20+ years as a physics teacher at Lexington HS, and is now working as a content developer for a physics website.
Ted Baldwin is still very much with HMMH, and is currently working on as many Part 150s as he’s ever had at once! He’s also Vice Chair of HMMH’s Board of Directors. In his free time, he and Betsy sail the ‘Sarah B’, and spend lots of time with grandchildren.
Chris Menge is also still very active at HMMH, and manages our highway work for VDOT, MassDOT and other DOTs. He and Ginny spend lots of time with family, too – including two grandchildren!