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Brian and Ed Diamond (October 2008)
Kianu husband/MC alumnus '98 and Kianu father-in-law

Nomination:

I’d like to recognize Brian and Ed Diamond as honorary GWTA for October. They have done an incredible amount of work at the Kianu house in the last few months and have made huge improvements not only to the aesthetics our beloved, shabby house, but to the infrastructure, too, making it a much safer place to live for the actives.

We shouldn’t be surprised that Brian is so willing to help the Kianus, after all, he is married to Mary Nader Diamond ’98. And one of my first interactions with Brian came in 1995 when Kelli Coleman, Sara Barabash and I were searching frantically for camouflage pants to wear for a Kianu skit. Brian hooked us up and we’ve been friends ever since then.

Ed and Brian Diamond
Ed and Brian Diamond hanging the new crest they built and painted

During the 2008 spring semester Mary and Brian really started giving the Kianu House the attention it needed and they called Brian’s dad, Ed, in to help with the projects. They have put in a lot of hours at the house – finding reputable contractors to do work and doing much of the labor themselves. From pruning trees, cleaning gutters, hanging composites, painting and most recently - recreating the crest - the Diamonds have given of themselves to improve the conditions, the look and the feel of the Kianu House.

I know the actives appreciate all the Diamonds are doing for them. I certainly appreciate the weight that’s been lifted from my shoulders knowing that the house is being cared for, checked up on and fixed when needed. When you look at the house the next time, say a thank you to them for all they’re doing to keep it a part of our club past, present and future.

Jen Schultice Bronner '97


If you would like to nominate someone for this honor (active or alumna), please e-mail ruthsaraconnell(at)gmail(dot)com with your selection. Changes are made as nominations are received.

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Last Update: October 2008