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Christine Yantis

Christine Yantis
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Christine Yantis is a Master of Divinity candidate at Harvard Divinity School after having graduated from Vanderbilt in 2003. She lives in Boston with her fiancé, Andy Hargrove (also a Harvard Divinity School student), and their dog, Chester. She writes, “Chester had been tied to a stake and left to die in Puerto Rico, but divine intervention brought a Save-A-Sato volunteer to discover him. He ended up at Second Chance Animal Rescue and in May, 2004 was flown to Logan International Airport in Boston to become part of our family. He is an absolute joy (and hoot!), but at the moment he says I’m typing too much and petting too little.” Christine and Andy are busy these days with their summer wedding plans.

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