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Class Notes

Richard Sinderband

Richard Sinderband, '86 BS Hotel Administration, is the creator/owner of a new app that is about to launch on the Apple Store. iSaid-uSaid is a texting app designed to help improve communication between people in strained relationships. Its unique purpose is to help the user steer his or her troubled relationship by having meaningful conversations through the use of the iSaid-uSaid content. It serves those going through a breakup, separation, or divorce. It can help to rekindle or salvage a relationship, too. It keeps talks “quiet” if children can overhear loud discussions or arguments. The app offers content comprised of statement and comment cards to be texted, geared towards being at any stage of the relationship. He lives in Thousand Oaks, California

Eric Berman

Eric Berman, ’90 BS Hospitality Administration, ’10 Master of Hospitality Administration, is regional vice president for BJ’s Restaurants. He oversees 40 restaurants in 15 states. He has been with the company for eight years.

John Holcombe

John Holcombe, '98 BSBA - Finance, has been a private wealth advisor for more than 19 years, helping individuals, families, and businesses achieve their financial goals. This includes guidance on asset management, investment planning, insurance planning, tax planning, retirement planning, estate planning, educational savings planning, and intergenerational wealth transfer planning. He works at Every Season Wealth Management. An alumni member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, he owns a puggle named Marley. His hobbies include traveling, golfing, skydiving, fixing things, and anything related to the beach.  

Rachel Ego

Rachel Ego, '96 BS Hotel Administration, is in her 20th year in professional private country club management. She currently is the general manager of The Club at Rolling Hills in Golden, Colorado. When not at work she enjoys studying wine, traveling, and teaching yoga. She lives in Lakewood.