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Darling Deacon: Walter Stinehelfer

pennantIn the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.

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This week’s Darling Deacon is four-year-old Walter Stinehelfer, youngest son of Daniel and Rachel Kuhn (’94) Stinehelfer. With  baseball season beginning, the Winston-Salem Journal’s headline about Coach Tom Walter reflects young Walter’s enthusiasm about the Demon Deacons.  We hope Walter and his family will be able to watch some exciting victories this spring at the Wake Forest Baseball Park!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.

Darling Deacons: Bays and Hampton Bruton

pennantIn the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.

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This week’s Darling Deacons are five month old twins Bays and Hampton Bruton. Their parents, Johna (Hughes) Bruton (’97) and Richard Bruton were kind enough to share these adorable photos with us.   The first photo with the hats was taken when the boys were three weeks old, and Bays is on the left in tan and Hampton is on the right in blue.  The picture of the boys in the Deacon gear was taken at three and a half months, this time Hampton is on the left in black and Bays is on the right in gold.  The outfits were a gift from aunt Anna Gregory Wagoner Taylor (’94, JD ’99) and the basketball socks were a gift from aunt Betsy Allen Scott (’97).   Bays and Hampton are tiny Deacons now, but they already have a lot of love for Wake Forest!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.

Darling Deacon: John Bullock Tucker IV

pennantIn the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.

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This week’s Darling Deacon is John Bullock Tucker IV, son of JB Tucker (’05) and Sarah Tucker.  John will celebrate his first birthday in January and we hope the Deacons will give him some basketball victories as a gift!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.

Darling Deacons: Grant and Alice Gialanella

pennantIn the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.
gialanella_resizedThis week’s Darling Deacons are 23 month old twins, Grant and Alice Gialanella. Their parents, Chris Gialanella (’01, MBA ’11) and Paige Hunt Gialanella (’01), submitted this photo of Grant and Alice in their Halloween costumes. Chris said they were excited about their first trick-or-treating, but even more excited about cheering on the Deacs soon! With fans this cute, Wake Forest can’t lose!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.

 

Darling Deacons: Noah and Elijah Greeson

pennantIn the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.
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This week’s Darling Deacons are 2 1/2 year old twin brothers, Noah and Elijah Greeson. Noah and Elijah’s parents, Allyson (Everhart) Greeson (’01) and Tim Greeson brought the boys back to campus for Homecoming 2013. This was Noah and Elijah’s second visit to campus, the top left picture was from their first visit at Homecoming 2011, when they were only 6 months old. Allyson told us that the boys had   a great time roaming the campus. They played in the leaves, on the quad and even enjoyed the swings on Davis Field. They hope to visit more frequently in the future, and we look forward to seeing them again!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.

Darling Deacons: Anna Wingfield and Clara Hardy

In the Alumni Office, we love seeing the demon deacon children of alumni! (Or pictures of alumni when they were little deacons themselves.)

And we figured we weren’t the only ones. We will be featuring “darling deacons” here on Alumni, So Dear. It’s a chance for alumni parents to share with the Wake Forest community pictures of their children in all of their Black & Gold gear. We’re happy for alumni to take a walk down memory lane and send in any childhood Wake Forest photos of themselves, too.

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This week’s Darling Deacons are Anna Wingfield, 4, and Clara Hardy, 2. Anna’s parents, Sarah (Jones) Wingfield (’03) and Will Wingfield (’03) of Carmel, Ind., stayed with Chrissy (Davis) Hardy (’03) of Clemmons, N.C., for their 10-year reunion. Sarah and Chrissy were freshman year hallmates in Collins 3C. Will wrote in an email that Clara wore her black and gold squeaky shoes on the Quad, prompting students passing by to look up from their smartphones. What a fun Homecoming weekend!

We are excited to share another darling deacon soon.

Would you like to be considered for darling deacon of the week? Email your photo and the names of those pictured, your name and class year, and any other related information to . Photos should incorporate Wake Forest in some way for publication.