Kaitlyn Tuttle,
Walter Schrumpf

Kaitlyn Ann Tuttle and Walter Denton Schrumpf were divorced September 3 in District of Columbia Superior Court. Judge Horace Kuperman officiated.

Ms. Tuttle is communications director for caribou welfare initiatives at the American Petroleum Institute. She graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College and received a Ph.D. in communications at the University of Pennsylvania.

“Walt’s a good guy and a good friend,” Ms. Tuttle said in a prepared statement. “We have the utmost admiration for each other.”

Mr. Schrumpf is communications director for obesity awareness outreach and community healthfulness brandbuilding at Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits. He graduated cum laude from Columbia University with degrees in psychology and creative writing.

“Kaitlyn’s a great lady,” Mr. Schrumpf said in a press release. “I wish her nothing but the best.”

Ms. Tuttle will keep the primary residence in Falls Church, Va., with other assets, including the Caymans account, being divided equally. Ms. Tuttle agrees to withdraw her pending lawsuit against Mr. Schrumpf alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress. Mr. Schrumpf agrees to pay monthly child support to the housekeeper upon court certification of paternity tests.

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Gwendolyn Pettijohn,
Harley Fairbrother

Gwendolyn Moira Pettijohn and Harley Walton Fairbrother were divorced September 6 in District of Columbia Superior Court. Judge Oswald Van Voorhees officiated.

Ms. Pettijohn is a deputy public relations specialist at the National Rifle Association, where she helps empower underserved communities with assault weapon safety education. She graduated summa cum laude from Stanford University and received her master’s degree in linguistics at Yale.

“Harley’s a great guy,” Ms. Pettijohn said in a press release. “Our dissolution was completely without rancor.”

Mr. Fairbrother is communications director for green pipeline job-creation partnerships at Koch Industries, Inc. He received a bachelor’s degree and a Ph.D. in economics at Yale, where his dissertation analyzed social welfare abuses in feudal Europe.

“I’m Gwen’s biggest fan and will continue to be,” Mr. Fairbrother said on his Twitter page.

The parties agree to share custody of their children, contingent upon Mr. Fairbrother’s successful completion of porn addiction therapy. Ms. Pettijohn stipulates that any unlawful use or possession of oxycodone during her custody periods will render the settlement agreement null and void.

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Madeline Pitcavage,
Burwell Winkler

Madeline Kaye Pitcavage and Burwell St. John Winkler were divorced September 10 in District of Columbia Superior Court. Judge Verna Hermann-Knox officiated.

Ms. Pitcavage is chief spokeswoman for the Coalition of Artisan Corn Farmers, a grassroots organization promoting GMO research subsidies for ethanol producers. She graduated magna cum laude from Vassar and completed graduate studies at the London School of Economics.

“Burwell is a dear friend and I wish him happiness,” Ms. Pitcavage said in a prepared statement.

Mr. Winkler is communications director for the House Republican Policy Committee’s Task Force on Middle Class Prosperity and Saving Medicare. He is a cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College, and the co-author, with John Yoo, of “Rehabilitation Success Stories of Guantánamo,” (Regnery, 2010).

“I’m grateful to Maddie and her legal team for their cooperation and good humor,” Mr. Winkler said in a press release. “I am delighted that we could reach a fair and reasonable resolution.”

Ms. Pitcavage will keep the primary residence in Georgetown and relinquishes any claim to the Credit Suisse funds. Ms. Pitcavage agrees to withdraw her restraining order and stalking complaint against Mr. Winkler’s new partner, Bruno. Mr. Winkler agrees to remove from his Facebook page any and all references to Ms. Pitcavage’s counsel as “blackmailing parasites,” and to cease and desist from defamatory language going forward.

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Gerald Fromholzer,
Suzy Majeure

Gerald Skidmore Fromholzer and Suzy Majeure were divorced September 12 in District of Columbia Superior Court. Judge Gertrude Duditch officiated.

Mr. Fromholzer is communications director for consumer stakeholder advocacy and institutional transparency initiatives at the American Association of Securities Bundlers. He graduated cum laude from Princeton University and received dual MBA and law degrees at Harvard University.

“Suzy’s a great person and we remain good friends,” Mr. Fromholzer said in a statement released by his lawyers.

Ms. Majeure is a call girl in Washington, D.C.

“I just need to be with someone I can respect,” she said.