Dan: Happy to report the recent review of the Virginia Tech-Carilion Medical School was a great success. Dan has decided to resume a limited patient practice in addition to his administrative duties and has begun seeing patients at Carilion Clinic. His willingness to reconnect with individual patients again indicates a remarkable degree of both healing and courage. Dan was chosen as the honoree for the 2013 Healing Arts Program – Carilion Clinic. He is busy with many areas of responsibility and yet still manages to keep afloat.
Gil: I am quite active with the Help Save The Next Girl Foundation. Our mission to promote education, victim/family outreach and legislation is ambitious and requires much of my time and attention here in Roanoke. I still derive great satisfaction form my work in wound care in Africa with OMNI, Orphan Medical Network International. Our 2013 OMNI medical team treated 4036! patients in Zambia during eight clinics this summer. The Morgan Harrington Educational Wing is full of healthy, motivated students who are poised to do great things in their country.
Alex: He is working hard and traveling a great deal in his position in NYC with Vogue. Alex has a remarkable breadth of both responsibility and creativity that serve him well professionally. I visit frequently and try and keep the fridge full and the laundry empty
Morgan: Still dead. So hard to believe that you were murdered, even after 4 years. How could someone hurt you, kill you? Just don’t get it. Such a waste. After 4 years, we have acclimated to our “new reality”, our triangulated family post you. Don’t like it one darn bit, but we are trying to make it work. Help us. Please.
Kirby: Lordy, Lordy. This is a dog that needs psychiatric care and probably drugs as well. He sleeps with us, on my pillow! Sweet and good as gold. But let the door bell chime and he becomes a snarling, ferocious, crazed wolverine and usually bites – me! We need a dog whisper, or perhaps a tazer. (He may actually just be reacting to the indignity I continue to subject him to. Once as a joke, I moussed Kirby’s hair up into a mohawk. Morgan thought it was hilarious. So I always tried to gel the pup’s hair-do before she came home from VT to make her laugh. Kirby thinks that this doggie hair-fashion legacy should be dropped immediately – go figure.