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Freda Fourman Snider, a resident at Brethren Retirement Community in Greenville, Ohio, has celebrated her 97th birthday. Her teaching career brought her many honors and awards. Hobbies include reading and studying Ohio history.

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Charles H. Benner is professor emeritus of music education of the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio.

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Beatrice Remer Moore enjoys the drama group, the benevolent fund, music groups, and the health and wellness committee of the resident council at Panorama, a continuing care community in a wooded area in Lacey, Wash.

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E. Dale Click, Moorpark, Calif., has retired as pastor of Holy Shepherd Lutheran Church. He is the published author of 12 books.

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Betty Harris Maynard has retired to Suttons Bay, Mich.

After 25 years in Florida, Louis E. Schwan has moved to Marion, Ind.

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Robert C. Arnholt, a retired airline pilot, lives in Miami, Fla. He goes on cruises with E. Dale Click ’41, ’43S, to assist him in conducting Maunday Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday services aboard the ship.

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Jeanne Armstrong Braun was chosen “Tutor of the Year 2005” at the Clark County Literacy Center in Springfield, Ohio. For the 18th consecutive year at the age of 81, she swam the 2006 One Mile Super Swim for Diabetes.

As a retired music teacher, Ada Mason Ward of Hendersonville, N.C., is happy to continue singing in her church choir and encouraging young music students.

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Ruth Winner Marshall has retired as the assistant to the vice president of new accounts at the Denver National Bank in Colorado.

Paul F. Pieper is a retired minister living in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Ann Jones Shook recently celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary and also received recognition for practicing law for 50 years. She is a partner with Shook and Shook in North Olmsted, Ohio.

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Thomas J. and Margaret Jensen Brennan ’47 live in Newtown, Pa. Thomas is director of the water utility for the City of New Brunswick, N.J.

An active member of New Haven United Methodist Church, Donald E. Stebing of Fort Wayne, Ind., leads the Sunny Seniors Group and sings in the choir.

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Colleen Swisher Furry has retired from her position as a gifted and talented coordinator with the Zanesville Board of Education in Ohio. She moved to DuQuoin, Ill.

Ward R. and Mary Catherine Augspuger Reiss live in Oak Park, Va., where Ward is a selfemployed farmer raising horse hay. Mary Catherine is a floral arranger for a local nursery.

Richard E. and Wilma Maurer Werstler ’48 live in North Canton, Ohio. Richard, who is with the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum, received the Individual Achievement Award from the Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums.

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Vincent J. and Jacquelyn Grim DelMedico ’52 live in Akron, Ohio, where Del has expanded his mother’s business into two full-service furniture stores with decorating and refinishing businesses.

William G. Ditzel has retired as owner of William Ditzel Production, Dayton, Ohio.

Kenneth E. Johnson retired as owner of Pets Own Shop, Parma, Ohio. He lives in Huron, Ohio, where he enjoys gardening, walking in the woods, boating and enjoying wildlife.

Ruth A. Leffel, a retired teacher and principal with the Springfield City Schools in Ohio, celebrated her 100th birthday with a party at her church.

James B. Metzger, who celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination, has served as pastor of four Lutheran congregations in Ohio. He lives in Alliance, Ohio.

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Class Reunion, Homecoming/ Reunion Weekend Oct. 19-21, 2007

The December 2006 exhibition, Seen in Solitude: Robert I. Kipniss Prints from the James F. White Collection at the Orlando Museum of Art, showcased his lithographs, drypoints and mezzotints created between 1968 and 2003.

A professional artist from Zionsville, Ind., Edith Kellar Mahaney was selected as one of the “50 over 50” in a program launched by Kappa Delta sorority.

The Class of 1952 extends its sympathy to Glenna Davenport Meckstroth on the loss of her husband, Michael, in May 2006. Glenna, who lives in New Knoxville, Ohio, is the author of two books: Tales from Great-Grandpa’s Trunk: A Lighthearted Look at Rural Life and Surviving World War II: Tales of Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times, which has won awards from Bowling Green State University and the Ohio Genealogy Society.

Marylou Morgan Neff, a former eighth grade teacher with the New Kensington- Arnold School, is an active member of her church and community. She resides at Passavant Retirement Community in Zelienople, Pa.

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John C. and Hazel Tulloss Stacy ’57 live in Crawfordsville, Ind. John retired as pastor of Christ Lutheran Church.

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Virginia Dixon Carlisle serves as a part-time parish associate at Northminster Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Ohio. She enjoys traveling, learning, her children and grandchildren.

Robert S. and Gloria Albright Kelly ’56 of Cedar Park, Texas, observed their 50th anniversary at a family gathering in Fredericksburg, Texas.

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Ann Averhill Bohmer retired as a third-grade teacher from the Fort Greely School with the Delta-Greely School District #15 in Alaska. She lives in Warrenton, Mo., where she volunteers with the Child Evangelism Fellowship.

Elinor Keller Brasher, West Cape May, N.J., is an art class teacher at the Center for Community Arts.

James R. Butcher continues to practice law in Kokomo, Ind. He is very active in his church, and local and state charitable organizations, such as The Indiana Family Institute. He tells us that he is grateful for the education he received at Wittenberg.

Janet Simecek Carothers of Houston, Texas, is retired as a speech therapist from the Pasadena Independent School District. She continues to do contract work and has become involved with Elderhostel trips.

Margaret Calderwood Harrington of Yorba Linda, Calif., is retired and volunteering at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library.

John R. and Carolyn Beard Kenworthy ’52 own Kenworthy Enterprises Services Inc. in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Robert E. Wing, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has retired as an investment executive with Fahnestock & Co.

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Christine Johnson Dull, Union, Ohio, co-founded the Dayton International Peace Museum. The museum provides exhibits and programs for schools in an effort to teach nonviolent choices to children. Christine is also developing peace museums in several countries in the Middle East.

Ura Lantz Lazaroff, Piscataway, N.J., retired as a staff nurse from Morris Home Care.

Frederick C. Michelson, Waverly, Ohio, has retired as pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, Austintown, Ohio. He was the speaker at the annual memorial service sponsored by the Conneaut Area Ministerial Association and the Conneaut Funeral Homes.

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Class Reunion, Homecoming/ Reunion Weekend Oct. 19-21, 2007

Barbara Behlen Amstutz retired as assistant director of the Youngstown Foundation in Ohio. She lives in Sarasota, Fla.

Following his retirement, John E. Barringer of Charlotte, N.C., became very much involved with the World Community Service through Rotary International. In recent years he has traveled to Bolivia, Honduras, Argentina, Ecuador and Peru as chair of 57 Rotary Clubs with projects on every continent except Antartica. His other volunteer commitments are with USO and Habitat for Humanity.

Bette Lannert Fay of Columbus, Ohio, has retired as a certified public accountant. She camps and travels in her motor home whenever she can.

Ann Brown Matheny celebrated the publication of her book, The Magic City, by traveling to exotic countries. She lives in Middlesboro, Ky.

Before her retirement, Shirley Wigger Penn was a teacher with the Carmel Clay Schools in Indiana. She now lives in Fitchburg, Wis.

Richard D. Risner of Centerville, Ohio, has retired as a vice president with National City Mortgage Co. in Miamisburg, Ohio.

James M. Schooler Jr. retired as professor of chemistry from North Carolina Central University, Durham, N.C.

Eugene E. Urbanski, Elizabeth, Pa., married Mickeline on Nov. 26, 2005.

Robert J. Wolf of Sierra Madre, Calif., has retired as a consultant.

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Gretchen Friederich LaRosa retired as a physical therapist with the Rochester City Schools in New York.

Robert A. Lohnes, West Des Moines, Iowa, is emeritus professor of civil engineering and university professor at Iowa State University in Ames.

On Nov. 29, 2006, Larry G. Rader of Shiloh, Ohio, retired as a science teacher with the Crestview Schools in Ashland, Ohio.

Charles F. and Judith Flook Sturtz ’59 are retired and live in Ashton, Md. Chuck, who retired as vice president for administrative affairs at the University of Maryland, College Park, Md., received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the public administration faculty of Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich., in 2005.

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Jack Lacey, Macomb, Mich., retired as pastor of Advent Lutheran Church, East Detroit, Mich.

Ronald G. Mahan, Gaithersburg, Md., retired as a professor of English from Lenoir- Rhyne College, Hickory, N.C.

Joyce Steiger Thackery, New Carlisle, Ohio, retired as a teacher from the Northwestern Local Schools, Springfield, Ohio.

Eugene W. and JoAnn Brodbeck Winfield live in Archbold, Ohio. Eugene has retired as superintendent of schools with the Fulton County Board of Education.

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Skender Brame, Westerville, Ohio, is retired from Grand Slam U.S.A.

On March 1, 2006, Edmund I. Csernyik retired from his medical practice in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. He lives in Tallmadge, Ohio, and enjoys playing golf and visiting Carolina beaches.

Laura L. Klick has retired as pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Allentown, Pa.

David P. Matevia, Eaton, Ohio, has retired from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Michigan City, Ind.

L. Joe “Larry” and Peggy Moser Osburn ’62 live in Parma, Ohio. Larry is a ski snowboard instructor at the Boston Mills Resort.

India Pfeifer Pace, West Seneca, N.Y., retired as a level two teacher with the Hamburg Central Schools.

Carl W. Shannon, Monroe, Ohio, is retired from Rolls- Royce Corp.

D. Robert Webb, Clyde Hill, Wash., has retired from his position as an allergist-internist with Allergy & Clinical Immunology, Kirkland, Wash.

Geraldine Kubala Wilkowski is an associate in ministry at Christ the King Lutheran Church, VanNuys, Calif.

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After 45 years teaching with the New Rochelle Schools in New York, Catherine E. Behrend has retired and plans to travel and enjoy life. She lives in Scarsdale, N.Y.

Carolyn Bearss Cooper, Thousand Oaks, Calif., is a substitute teacher with the Las Virgenes School District.

A. Harding Ganz, a history professor at The Ohio State University at Newark, recently toured the Balkans, sensing the transition from a half-century of communism.

Bruce B. and Kristi Kaushagen Hathaway ’69 live in Bedford, Ohio. Bruce is now retired from the Lutheran Church of the Master.

Lois Krejci Hornbostel of Columbus, Ohio, has retired as a medical technologist from a clinical laboratory. She enjoys canoeing, hiking, bicycling and skiing.

After 43 years as an active agent, Richard F. Keier has retired from Prudential with an emeritus contract. He serves as president of the City of Southfield, Mich., Fire and Police Retirement Board, on the board of directors of CAPROC, LLC, as a moderator with the board of deacons at Northbrook Presbyterian Church in Beverly Hills, Mich., and on the executive committee of the Oakland County Republican Party.

Thomas C. and Barbara Viskocil Staley ’62 live in Vandalia, Ohio. Barbara is a long-term care planner with Genworth Financial.

David A. and Margaret Frease Steele ’62 are retired and live in Grosse Pointe, Mich. Margaret was a middle school assistant principal with the Grosse Pointe Schools.

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James H. Conrad, head of the special collections department at Gee Library at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Texas, writes a historical column in The Greenville Herald Banner. He won numerous awards from the Texas Historical Commission, East Texas Historical Association and the Texas Institute of Letters for his book on rural Texas black communities, Freedom Colonies: Independent Black Texans in the Age of Jim Crow.

David L. Hickinbotham retired June 5, 2006, after teaching math and geography at Northridge Middle School in Springfield, Ohio, for more than 35 years. He now owns and operates DLH Locomotive Works, a model train shop.

Jerry J. and Diane McMillan Karp are retired and live in Avon, Ohio. Jerry was director of in-flight services with Ryan International Airlines Inc.

Joan Russell Mercer, East Moline, Ill., retired as a legal clerk at Elini Hospital.

Janice Meyer Paul, Chalfont, Pa., is a sales associate with Century 21 Alliance Lansdale. She was honored as the “Agent of the Month” for sales in April 2006.

Thomas O. and Nancy Slusser Reel ’63 live in Cumming, Ga. Tom retired in 2005 as president of Traffic Safety Association, Lansing, Mich. He works part-time for the Safe America Foundation and as a marshal at a local golf club.

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William R. Behrens is a counselor at Wolf Point Junior/Senior High School in Michigan.

Since her retirement, Ingrid Lehfeldt Briody, has moved to Stilwell, Kan., and has traveled to Japan, Russia, South Korea and China.

Lana Henline Browne of Milton, Del., retired July 1, 2005, as executive director of enrollment services from Raritan Valley Community College, Somerville, N.J.

Barbara Rutkowski Burgess, Mantua, Ohio, has retired as a global support lead analyst with the Eaton Corp.

Ernest Eng, a retired guidance counselor from New York, N.Y., enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and skiing.

Beckie Williamson Kahl of Pendleton, Ind., has retired as a human resources manager with USA Group, Fishers, Ind.

Nancy Bergstrom Kincaid has retired as an owner of Kincaid’s Is Music Inc., Springfield, Ohio.

Paul N. Martinson, Minneapolis, Minn., retired as manager of sound editing with Bajus Jones Film Corp., Edina, Minn.

David L. and Susan Stettenbenz Monseau live in Brecksville, Ohio. David retired as an investment representative with New York Life.

Layne B. Peiffer retired Jan. 3, 2007, as an historian with the U.S. Air Force at Wright- Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. He continues to live in Enon, Ohio.

Thomas M. Stauffer is president and CEO of the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul.

John D. and Carol Back Stroup ’66 live in Groveport, Ohio. John has retired as pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Carol is a certified medical representative with Physicians Weight Loss.

Andrew P. Swasko has retired as a pilot with United Airlines, Chicago, Ill. He lives in Travelers Rest, S.C.

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Judith Garrety Bailey of New Carlisle, Ohio, retired as a substitute teacher from the Springfield City School District.

John J. Barsala Jr., Las Vegas, Nev., is a cost accountant with the Wynn Resorts.

Albert V. Bellisari, Columbus, Ohio, retired as a DCT coordinator with the Lancaster City Schools.

Dorothy J. Brown, West Chester, Ohio, has retired as owner of Versaprint Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sondra Speakman Bubenhofer is an acute rehabilitation social worker at the Marion General Hospital in Indiana.

Nancy Walker Chandler of St. Petersburg, Fla., continues training and sponsorship in Croatia, India, Hungary and Senegal with Pioneers International, Orlando, Fla.

Janet Wolbaugh Gabbard, Springfield, Ohio, retired as a teacher with the Mechanicsburg Schools.

David C. Gallagher, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., retired as director of development at the Detroit Institute for Children.

Peggy Bell Mahan has retired as director of the Easttown Library and Information Center, Berwyn, Pa. She has moved to the Hershey’s Mill community in West Chester, Pa., from where she will be traveling to the Caribbean, Japan, Russia and Greece.

Sanford C. and Judith Weber Mitchell live in Ashland, Ohio, where Sanford is pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. Judith has retired as a substitute teacher with the Ashland City Schools.

Mary Sue Sassaman Oehler of Richmond, Va., enjoys volunteering with the Cedarfield UMC Retirement and Care Center, the Richmond Public Schools and her church during her retirement.

Diana Dubeck Rischling has retired from her position as a science teacher at Pine Creek High School, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Richard L. and Wendy Schoenlein Schwerin are retired and live in Martinez, Calif. Wendy was an editor with Kvaerner.

David W. Sherwood, a psychologist in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., is serving a threeyear term on the board of directors of the Eye Movement, Desensitization and Reprocessing International Association.

Richard A. Sipley Jr., Dayton, Ohio, is with LexisNexis, Miamisburg, Ohio.

Susan Williams Srnec retired as a branch manager in the Child Protective Services Dept. with the State of Oregon, Salem, Ore. She lives in Yachats, Ore.

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Robert C. Baden, St. Clair, Mich., has retired from Dominian Technologies.

Robert C. and Dawn Doerrer Barkman live in Longmeadow, Mass. Robert is a biology professor and chair of the department of education at Springfield College. Dawn has retired as a librarian at East Longmeadow Public High School.

Keith E. Crilow has retired as the Akron Service Center Manager with Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products, Mogadore, Ohio, and moved to the Virgin Islands.

Marguerite E. Holderle retired Jan. 31, 2006, as an art teacher at Chestnut Ridge School in Rochester, N.Y.

Virginia Cook Kanter is senior editor at the National Ground Intelligence Center, Charlottesville, Va.

Richard L. Sr. and Marilyn Eichman Kretschman live in Mentor, Ohio. Dick is an agent with United American Insurance Co. Marilyn retired as an elementary teacher with the Mentor Public Schools. She is an independent Longaberger consultant.

Eric C. Young is an account executive with insure.com, Darien, Ill. Eric lives in Downers Grove, Ill.

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James S. Bennett, Washington, D.C., is a managing director with Black Rock Realty, Florham Park, N.J.

The Class of 1966 extends its sympathy to Anne Barrett Gillespie of Norwood, Ohio, on the death of her husband, Ron. Anne works at Drackett Designs and Antiques in Montgomery, Ohio.

Marianne Laine Haberbusch, Niceville, Fla., is a gift buyer for Bayou Book Co., an independent Hallmark Gold Crown store and full-service bookstore.

Daniel A. Hoffman is a senior vice president and financial consultant with RBC Dain Rauscher, Hartford, Conn.

Lynda Swander Ochs, Overland Park, Kan., teaches biology at Johnson County Community College.

Carol B. Purdy, Westbury, N.Y., has retired from teaching music with the North Merrick Public Schools. Carol, who has published articles in music education journals, continues to present workshops for music teachers on improvisation and string methods.

Allan H. Slawson retired from teaching math with the Shaker Heights City Schools in Cleveland, Ohio. He now serves as an educational consultant for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District.

Janet Klingaman Wilk, Brunswick, Maine, has retired as a teacher from Mt. Ararat High School.

Carol A. Zofko retired as an ABLE/GED teacher with the Warren City Schools in Ohio and moved to Daytona Beach, Fla.

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Harold S. Boat, Xenia, Ohio, has retired as a contract negotiator with the U.S. Air Force.

Sue Peterka George, Cleveland, Ohio, retired as a counselor at Magnificat High School.

Following her retirement, Susan Mazuy Martin of Sussex, N.J., keeps busy visiting her children and traveling. She also serves as president of the Ladies’ Golf Association at a local club.

Judith Tharp Murray, Sacramento, Calif., retired as a teacher with the San Juan Unified School District, Carmichael, Calif.

Gail A. Patton is a retired Lutheran pastor who does occasional supply preaching and interim work. She lives in Lyndhurst, Ohio, where she has returned to doing portraiture and sculpture.

Caren Nelson Schubart is a school psychologist working with developmentally challenged, learning-disabled and emotionally distressed high-risk youth in the education support services department at Exeter Area High School in New Hampshire.

Ma’Su Beneke Sweeney retired as a deputy clerk with the U.S. District Court, Tallahassee, Fla.

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Elaine Peck Christianson is a national board-certified teacher teaching special needs/exceptional children at Benvenue Elementary School in Rocky Mount, N.C.

Planned Parenthood of Central Pennsylvania named Suellen Borgmann Craig president and chief executive officer.

Bonnie Beran Franks, Burton, Ohio, is with Newbury Family Practice.

John F. Geib, St. James City, Fla., is the music director at Church of the Epiphany Episcopal.

Carol McLees Holley, McKinney, Texas, has retired as a kindergarten teacher from New Adventures Elementary School in Broken Arrow, Okla.

Linda Bayliss Johnson, Columbus, Ohio, retired as a social studies teacher from the Heath City School District.

Barbara Kerr of San Carlos, Calif., is a vice president of human resources at Applera Corp.

Barbara Westfall Larsen, Deerfield Beach, Fla., retired as a reading resource specialist from the Park Ridge Elementary School.

Richard A. Masciere, Westlake, Ohio, has retired as an application technician/ division director from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.

Fred L. and Margo VanZanten Schuttenberg live in Braselton, Ga. Margo retired as an elementary teacher with the Gwinnett County Schools, Dacula, Ga.

James M. Shade, Miamisburg, Ohio, retired as a counselor with the Kettering City Schools.

Michael S. Steiner is a senior vice president with Sky Insurance, Wooster, Ohio.

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Robert W. Berta Jr., LaCanada, Calif., retired as a consultant with Countrywide Investment Services.

Susan Fleming Davis retired in May 2005, after more than 36 years of teaching in the New Philadelphia School System in Ohio. She currently volunteers at South School and with the Main Street Revitalization in downtown New Philadelphia.

Joyce Coyne Dyer, who is director of writing and professor of English at Hiram College, was named the John S. Kenyon Chair in English. Joyce lives in Hudson, Ohio.

Oscar H. Erb III, Loveland, Ohio, retired as a teacher with the Reading Community Schools.

Thomas R. Haugsby is a professor/director of cooperative education at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Nancy O’Brien Instine, Cable, Ohio, retired as an LD tutor and department chair with the Triad Local Schools.

Timothy A. Linck, St. Michaels, Md., teaches at Saints Peter and Paul High School in Easton, Md.

Allen M. and Cozette Spittler Mitchell ’71 are retired and living in Chattanooga, Tenn., and Dewees Island, S.C. They enjoy fly fishing, woodturning, volunteer work and time with their family.

Charles V. Painter was selected Greater Western Ohio Conference Tennis Coach of the year. He currently teaches mathematics and coaches tennis at Beavercreek High School in Ohio. His 2006 boys’ tennis team won the GWOC, making it Charles’ eighth straight championship.

Valmon J. Pezoldt, San Antonio, Texas, is a research scientist in the research and implementation department at Texas A&M University.

G. Robert and Patricia Bronson Rose ’70 live in Sylvania, Ohio. Rob retired as a teacher and head baseball coach at Whitmer High School in Toledo, Ohio. He is now an assistant football coach at Start High School.

Anne Watkins Thayer is the media specialist at Pangborn Elementary School with the Washington County Public Schools, Hagerstown, Md.

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Beverly Hopkins Brown, Newtown, Pa., is an artist with a concentration in oil painting. She has earned numerous awards in solo and juried exhibitions.

Trevor K. Buehler, New Philadelphia, Ohio, is director of business operations with the Office of MRDD.

Karen S. Chambers, New York, N.Y., is an editor with Las Vegas Home & Design, published by the Greenspun Media Group.

Sharon Schmucker Heber retired as director of the division of environmental health with the State of Florida Department of Health. She lives in Dunnellon, Fla., and in western North Carolina. During her retirement, Sharon serves on technical public health advisory councils, does consulting work and volunteers with the Humane Society.

David L. Jessee, Reston, Va., is an LAC economic growth team leader with Regional Sustainable Development.

Roy S. Larson, North Tonawanda, N.Y., retired as a social studies teacher with the Williamsville Central School District. He is now a substitute teacher.

Cynthia Wise Staudt, an associate professor who serves as chair of the English department at Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio, was recognized in the December 2006 edition of Ohio Magazine for her contribution and dedication to acheiving excellence in education.

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Kenneth E. Eldridge and Patricia J. Summerville ’72 live in Tampa, Fla. Kip is a senior vice president with Behringer Securities. Patricia is a consultant with Summer Ridge Renovators.

Charles R. and Deborah Plichta Graham ’72 live in Saint Peters, Mo. Charles is a senior technical manager with Crosslink, St. Louis, Mo.

Karen Aldridge Houck, Gatlinburg, Tenn., is a social worker with Safe Space.

Susan Albrecht Johnson, Manhattan Beach, Calif., chairs the National Scoring Committee for U.S. Synchronized Swimming. She ran the synchronized swimming scoring for the FINA World Masters Aquatics Games at Stanford University, a Pan-American Age Group meet in Mexico, the FINA World Cup in Japan, the FINA World Championships in Melbourne, Australia, as well as the Pan- American Games in Brazil. In addition she runs the scoring for several golf championships, including the U.S. Open and the U.S. Senior Open.

Walter K. Knorr of Chicago, Ill., has become chief financial officer and vice president at the University of Illinois.

Linda S. Lange, Denver, Colo., is president of Entrepreneur Support Systems Inc. Also an assistant professor of finance and accounting at Regis University School for Professional Studies, she is responsible for business department curriculum and assessment programs.

Maureen March Marshall, Barre, Mass., is superintendent of North Middlesex School District in Townsend, Mass.

Linda Siegfried McClarren, Alliance, Ohio, retired after 35 years as an elementary music teacher at West Branch School. Organist and director of music at Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church, she has taught private piano and organ throughout her career. In December 2006, Linda was a featured vocalist at the Ladies Night Out program at the Alliance Woman’s Club.

Charles T. Saunders Jr. received his master’s of arts degree in workforce development and education, with a concentration in adult teaching and learning, from The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, on Dec. 10, 2006.

Selena Neal Singletary retired after 31 years as director of human relations, housing and neighborhood services for the City of Springfield, Ohio.

Robert G. Wallace is a minister with Calvary United Methodist Church, York, Pa.

Barbara Schultz Wheeler, Southfield, Mich., has retired as a substitute teacher with the Berkley Schools.

For the 36th year, Suzanne Valliquette Yager remains an elementary teacher with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Florida.

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Richard L. Acton is executive director of the Lexington County Community Mental Health Center in South Carolina.

Gary L. Callahan, assistant dean for the School of Education and associate professor of music education at Benedict College in Columbia, S.C., was elected arts and sciences chair for the National Network for Education Renewal Tripartite Council.

Janet Cook Davis, Hendersonville, N.C., teaches social studies at East Henderson High School, Flat Rock, N.C.

William C. Johnson, Lake Bluff, Ill., joined the One Eleven Group, a team of 11 professionals providing wealth planning services to individuals and corporations with Smith Barney, Deerfield, Ill.

R. Thomas Ray, who serves as the executive officer for the U.S. Agency for International Development in Nairobi, Kenya, is transferring to Tel Aviv, Israel, to stage the West Bank/Gaza program.

Nancy Swanson Rudary retired as an English instructor at Oakland Community College in Auburn Hills, Mich., and moved to Wilmington, N.C.

Elizabeth Vinton Shelton teaches fourth grade with the Little Miami Local Schools in Maineville, Ohio.

Debra A. Warner, Dayton, Ohio, is with The Design Knowledge Co., Fairborn, Ohio.

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Jon Fickert has been elected to the Oak Harbor Village Council in Ohio.

Kenneth and Patricia McConnell Kroviak ’76 live in Plano, Texas. Ken, an investor, was inducted into the Cuyahoga Heights High School Hall of Fame. Patricia is a lab administrator at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

Robin Skinner Prinz is an attorney with Campbell Miller Zimmerman in Leesburg, Va.

Nancy Anderson Quint, Allen Park, Mich., works in the education department at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich. She is also a group facilitator with Weight Watchers. Nancy tells us she has many fond memories of her years at Witt.

Dennis M. and Beth Hager Weibling ’75 live in Bellevue, Wash. Dennis is president of Rally Capital LLC, Kirkland, Wash.

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