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1 President's Message 




3 Dear Alumni, Parents and Friends 




4 
5 

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42 



Thank You 
List of Donors 
At Lycoming 
Class Notes 



RECEIVED, 

NOV 20 200? 

LYCOMING COLLEGE 
SNKDWOEN LIBRARY 



This issue was produced by the 

Office of College Relations (570) 321-4037 

Director of Alumni Programs: A. Sue McCormick "60 
Editor: Molly Costello 

Editorial Assistants: Sandra Jansson 
Sports Editor: Robb Dietrich 
Class Notes: Patricia Karschner 
Designer: Murray Hanford 

Production Credits: Printing • Acorn Press 
To Call The College: 

Office of Alumni and Parents Programs: (570) 321-4036 
Office of Admissions: 1-800-345-3920 or (570) 321-4026 
College Infonnation: (570) 321-4000 



Alumni Association 



Executive Board 




Thomas Beamer '74 
Brian Belz '96 
Robert L. Bender '59 
Karin Plummer Botto '93 
Bonnie Bierly Bowes '62 
Brenda J. Bowser '98 
Andrew A. Bucke '71 
A. Davin D'Ambrosio '86 
David E. Detwiler. Ill '75 
D. Keigh Earisman '58 
David Freet '68 
Kathleen Tighe Gaye '75 
Nancy H Gieniec '59 
Andrew Gross '59 
John J. Joe '59 
Barbara Robinson Jones '60 
Patricia M. Krauser '68 
JohnH. Lea, IirSO 
Ennan E. Lepley, Jr. '78 
JohnT. Munay ir81 
Meredith Rambo Murray '92 
Susan Shangraw Myers '90 
Matthew T. Pivirotto '98 
James G. Scott '70 - President 
John C. Shorb '76 
Cheryl Eck Spencer '70 
Gary Spies '72 
Jay Thomson '86 
Ronalee B. Trogner "69 
Brian D. "Vasey '81 
Linda Lady Wallace '77 
David A. Walsh '76 
Dennis Youshaw '61 



Reach us by e-mail. You can correspond with 
the alumni office and send class notes by e-mail. 

alumni @ lycoming.edu 



Lycoming College Magazine (ISSN No. 0887-2902) is published four times a year by 
Lycoming College, 700 College Place. Williamsport. PA 17701-5192. It is distributed 
at no charge to alumni of record, contributors to the College, and friends. Periodicals 
Postage Paid at Williamsport. 



Editor: Molly Costello, Lycoming 
College. 700 College Place, 
Williamsport. PA 17701-5291 

I I M02 



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Dear Alumni, Parents and Friends 



Sicken I s 




m I « "'^ alumni, parents 

■ \ M and other friends 

^^ ^^ X o* the College 
responded to our 2001 Annual 
Fund drive by setting a new record 
of $710,000 in unrestricted gifts to 
the College. All gifts to the College 
this year totaled over $2,172,417. 

The recognition of the academic quality of 
the College also continues to grow. Following 
our reclassification last year to the prestigious 
Liberal Arts 1 category by the Carnegie 
Foundation, Lycoming was moved from the 
regional college list to the national liberal arts 
colleges group by U. S. News & World Report. 
Recently, the Thompson/Peterson Guide to 
Competitive Colleges recognized Lycoming 
College as one of the 400 public and private 
colleges and universities defined as "Top 
Schools for Top Students." 

What has caused Lycoming to be recog- 
nized in these ways? Academic reputations 
are built over many years. Today Lycoming 
stands on a strong base secured by decades of 
quality programs and by thousands of success- 
ful alumni. Your support has enabled the 
College to retain the traditional quality 
standard set by the nation's most highly 
regarded liberal arts institutions: Lycoming 
provides a broad-based curriculum of high 
quality delivered through small classes taught 
by highly credentialed faculty. 

That model of small classes and superior 
faculty continues to prepare our students well. 
This year Phil Zimmerman '02 received a 
Fulbright for graduate work in New Zealand. 
Tom Coale '03 was selected for a coveted 
internship in the office of Vice President 
Cheney. Six of our students were involved 
with our faculty this summer in biochemical 
research through a grant from the Merck 
Phannaceutical Company, and our placement 
rate for students applying to medical school 
approaches the highest levels. 

In reviewing our alumni rosters, we find 
that in the past fifteen years our graduates 
have received many national honors, includ- 
ing a Pulitzer, an Oscar, an Emmy and a 
Peabody. The College counts with pride an 
ambassador, two bishops, top physicians, state 



LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • SUMMER '02 





teacher-of the-year recipients, and many other "movers and shakers" in 
business, scientific research, education, the arts, law, government and the 
ministry. These and many other alumni serve their communities as coaches, 
scout leaders, and community volunteers. 

Those of you who support the College financially realize that the 
combination of small classes and quality faculty also produces the most 
expensive undergraduate academic delivery system. We rely upon full-time 
faculty, not graduate students, to deliver our curriculum. In fact, our 
permanent faculty still delivers over 90% of all courses, a figure well over a 
third higher than the national average. The strength of our academic 
delivery system and the academic credentials of entering students are the 
two factors most recognized as quality indicators in the surveys of higher 
education. 

Higher education has always been expensive in great part because it is 
labor-intensive. In the past decade and a half, Lycoming has also become 
technology-intensive. Even in the face of such additional expenses, we have 
worked diligently to keep costs in line. We continue to strive to make the 
Lycoming experience available to academically qualified students regardless 
of the level of their family incomes. Barron's now includes Lycoming as 
one of the 300 "Best Buys in Higher Education," an assessment of both 
educational quality and cost. 

The strongest national liberal arts colleges have the highest levels of 
alumni support and the largest endowments. They have the non-tuition 
income to support and maintain their small classes and large percentages of 
full-time, permanent faculty. For Lycoming to continue to compete among 
the best colleges three things must be accomplished: ( 1 ) We must see 
continuing increases in the Annual Fund in order to ensure our margin of 
excellence by filling in the gap between net tuition revenues and the costs of 
our academic programs. (2) We must increase the percentage of alumni 
who give to the College annually because that figure is used by both 
foundations and in national surveys as a measure of excellence. (3) We must 
increase the College endowment significantly to provide long-term financial 
stability and to address in a permanent way the growing need for financial aid. 

This year, as always, we said "good-bye" to many fine individuals, 
alumni and friends of the College who were loved by their families and will 
be missed by friends and the communities where they lived and worked. 
This year the list includes three alumni who were killed in the World Trade 
Center attack: Justin Molisani "81, a trader for EuroBank, who played 
football for Frank Girardi; Jon Vandevander '79, vice president for Carr 
Futures who had served on our Alumni Association Board; and Angela 
Vaira Kyte '73, a managing director of Marsh USA who was a former 
president of our Alumni Association Executive Committee. She was serving 
her first term on our Board of Trustees. The brother of one of our current 
students also was lost that sad day in New York. All alumni who died this 
year will continue to be a part of this College where a part of their own lives 
were formed. 

I know you share with our trustees, faculty, staff and students the 
excitement generated by the changes here at Lycoming. I want to thank you 
for your generosity and for making Lycoming one of your priorities in such 
a difficult and tumultuous year in the nation's history. With your continued 
support. Lycoming College will be able to continue to make a difference in 
our students' futures. 



Sincereh 




' James E. Douthat 
President 



C^t>-^ 




Alumni, Parents and Friends 



This is a very 
exciting time for nie. 
I am the parent of a brand 
new Lycoming College freshman. Class of 2006. 

I share with my son, Peter, all the excitement of a new year 
and a new stage in his growth. He has, like the others in his 
class, made a bright choice for a bright future. 
It's a new era for Lycoming College as well. 
Last year, Lycoming's academic reputation 
vaulted the college into the ranks of the national 
liberal arts colleges. This year, for the first time, 
Thomson Peterson listed Lycoming among the 
400 elite colleges in its Guide to Competitive 
Colleges. 

Lycoming's history has been one of steady 
evolution since its founding in 1812. In just the 
past decade, average SAT scores of incoming 
freshmen have risen by almost 50 points. We are 
attracting top students who are well prepared and 
highly motivated. Our graduates are winning coveted graduate 
school slots and going on to great jobs. 

Up to this point, Lycoming's rise has been largely due 
to the hard work of very dedicated faculty 
and staff. 

The next step is to generate the 
financial resources to match the 
College's academic reputation. 

This time, we must look 
to alumni, parents and 




friends of the college. 
Very simply, we need your 
continued financial support and the 
participation of more of our alumni. This past 
year 2 1 % of our alumni base supported the Annual Fund. While 
we're grateful for their vision, we are now in a league where our 
new peer colleges have alumni participation rates of over 50%. 
While we raised a record $7 10,000 in unrestricted funds this year, 
we are competing with colleges who have annual funds of one 
million dollars and up and endowments that are five to ten times 
the size of ours. 

With the right financial resources, we can expand Lycoming's 
reputation and. at the same time, ensure that a Lycoming 
education is affordable for all its students. 

Along with my son. I can feel the momentum of an institution 
that is on the move, one that offers an uncompromised academic 
product to a new generation of talented and motivated students. 

The future of Lycoming College has never been brighter. We 
have within our grasp the ability to make this college even better 
through your continued support. Please join me in this effort and 
encourage your Lycoming friends to do the same. 



Sincerely, 




Thomas L. Ruhl P '06 

Vice President of 

Development and College Relations 






National 

Committee 

2001-2002 



Led by the generosity and commit- 
ment of David '69 and Beati "69 Gathman, 
chairs of the 2002 Lycoming Annual Fund 
National Committee, Lycoming alumni and 
friends joined together to raise $7 1 1 ,600 for 
the 2002 Lycoming Annual Fund. These 
annual funds are extremely important to the 
current students of Lycoming - in fact, without 
them the Lycoming experience would be 
quite different. Gifts to the Lycoming 
Annual Fund make it possible for 
Lycoming to retain a top-of-the-line faculty and provide 
student services, which enrich the lives of the 1,400 
students Lycoming College serves. 

A large volunteer base is the key to the future success of the 
Lycoming Annual Fund. Lycoming is grateful to the members of 
the 2002 Lycoming Annual Fund National Committee. In a year 
filled with much uncertainty, this committee provided guidance and 
feedback to the development office. Their leadership and dedication 
to Lycoming is greatly appreciated. As we move forward, the 2003 
committee will begin to focus on alumni participation. Though we 
reached our 2002 goal, alumni participation in the Lycoming Annual 
Fund declined to 21%. This number is low compared to many of 
Lycoming's peer colleges. The focus must remain on reaching each 
alum and sending the message that every gift makes a 
difference. . .regardless of its size! Lycoming hopes to increase the 
support of the reunion giving program established by the Class of 
1977. Clark Gaughan '77 led his class in raising $8,172 for the 
Lycoming Annual Fund in recognition of their 25'h reunion - $2,000 
more than their total giving to the 2001 Lycoming Annual Fund. 

Whether you are an alumnus, alumna, parent, or friend, you can 
make a gift of time to Lycoming that is just as important as your 
financial contribution. If you are interested in serving as a volunteer 

for the Lycoming Annual Fund, please 
contact Jennifer Wilson. Director of 
Annual Giving, at 570-321-4395 or 
wilson@lycoming.edu. Thank you 
again to all of the supporters of the 
2002 Lycoming Annual Fund. 




LIST OF DONOR 



GIVING BY ST/ 


\J E 


1 


LJND 2002 






LYCOMING ANNUAL Fl 


State 


Total Alumni 


Number Giving 


Annual 


Participation 






to Annual Fund 


Fund Giving 


Annual Fund 


Alabama 


16 


1 


$50 


6% 


Alaska 


9 


3 


$400 


33% 


Arizona 


73 


11 


$3,075 


15% 


Arkansas 


10 


1 


$600 


10% 


California 


221 


46 


$9,890 


21% 


Colorado 


78 


10 


$1,055 


13% 


Connecticut 


170 


48 


$10,145 


28% 


Delaware 


90 


21 


$3,068 


23% 


District of Columbia 


21 


4 


$550 


19% 


Florida 


413 


76 


$27,300 


18% 


Georgia 


135 


12 


$1,005 


9% 


Hawaii 


8 


2 


$100 


25% 


Idaho 


8 


1 


$60 


13% 


Illinois 


70 


18 


$5,962 


26% 


Indiana 


50 


8 


$1,540 


16% 


Iowa 


7 


1 


$50 


14% 


Kansas 


17 


6 


$1,525 


35% 


Kentucky 


33 


8 


$660 


24% 


Louisiana 


12 


2 


$125 


17% 


Maine 


30 


5 


$295 


17% 


Maryland 


450 


124 


$53,917 


28% 


Massachusetts 


183 


48 


$9,590 


26% 


Michigan 


59 


17 


$3,600 


29% 


Minnesota 


15 


7 


$425 


47% 


Mississippi 


8 


1 


$100 


13% 


Missouri 


19 


7 


$900 


37% 


Montana 


15 


2 


$145 


13% 


Nebraska 


4 


2 


$200 


50% 


Nevada 


20 


4 


$405 


20%* 


New Hampshire 


65 


16 


$1,688 


25% 


New Jersey 


1336 


263 


$77,161 


20% 


New Mexico 


26 


3 


$225 


12% 


New York 


723 


187 


$47,384 


26% 


North Carolina 


194 


40 


$6,390 


21% 


Ohio 


124 


38 


$7,465 


31% 


Oklahoma 


11 


2 


$400 


18% 


Oregon 


21 


4 


$400 


19% 


Pennsylvania 


5939* 


1245* 


$361,460* 


21% 


Rhode Island 


19 


4 


$2,813 


21% 


South Carolina 


62 


2 


$600 


3% 


South Dakota 


3 





$0 


0% 


Tennessee 


54 


13 


$2,690 


24% 


Texas 


106 


22 


$3,820 


21% 


Utah 


9 


2 


$125 


22% 


Vermont 


44 


11 


$635 


25% 


Virginia 


340 


86 


$22,550 


25% 


Washington 


48 


8 


$5,700 


17% 


West Virginia 


22 


6 


$605 


27% 


Wisconsin 


15 


3 


$2,538 


20% 


Wyoming 


4 


2 


$150 


50%* 


* Denotes highest number in each category 







Notations 

» Married to a Lycoming 
College alumnus. 

Organizations and individuals 

appearing in bold type 

have contributed 

for three or more 

consecutive years. 



LEADERSHIP 
GIVING 

1812 CLUB 

This Category recognizes 

leadership gifts in the 

range of $20,000 and 

above. 

Anonymous 
Billman, James K. Jr. 
Calistri Family Foundation 
Cleveland, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jay W. Sr. 
Estate ol Robert H. Seewald, '49 
Evert, Samuel H. '34 and Dorothy 
Gathman, David D. '69 and 

Beatrice B. Baird '69 
Haberberger. Arthur A. '59 

and Joanne 
Hayes, Michael J. '63 and Tina 
Howard C. Beach, '49 Trust 
Huftuian, Mr and Mrs. Jack 
L.B. Smith Educational 

Foundation 
M & T Charitable Foundation 
M&T Bank 

Martz, D. Stephen '64 and Sandra 
Mary E. Flexer, '31 Trust 
Merck and Co., Inc. 
Shangraw, Robert L. '58 

and Charlene 
Stout, Steven J. '72 
United Methodist Church Central 

PA Conference 
Welch, Marshall D. Jr. 

and Mary L. 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 
This Category recognizes 
leadership gifts in the 
range of $10,000 -$19,999 

Anonymous 

Campbell, Melvin H. Jr. '70 

Cleveland Brothers Equipment 

Company 
Day, Julie Hottle '88 
Douthat, James E. and Emily C. 
Failor, Donald E. '68 and Marilyn 

Phillippy '70 
Fultz, Daniel G. '57 and Helen 

Holler '57 
Hershberger, Harold D. Jr. '51 

and Joyce 
Jersey Shore Steel Company 



LIST OF DONORS 



Total Giving 


2001 


-2002 


JAL FUND 


ALL GIVING 


LYCOMING ANNl 




Donors 




Amount 


Donors 


Amount 


Tmstee 


70 




Si 98.296 


74 


$654,101 


Alumni 


2,442 




S358,155 


2.799 


$741,365 


Parents 


477 




$35,478 


584 


$77,116 


Faculty/Admin 


36 




$7,901 


73 


$15,742 


Friends 


163 




$34,239 


371 


$434,787 


Matching Gift 


85 




$50,049 


87 


$67,999 


Coiporations 


28 




$27,111 


65 


$125,851 


Organizations 


3 




$325 


9 


$22,450 


Churches 


1 




$30 


15 


$31,963 


Other 


1 




$25 


4 


$1,043 


TOTALS 


3,306 




$7n,609 


4,081 


$2,172,417 



Krapf Bus Companies 
Krapf, Dale N. '67 and Nannette 
Kyte, Mr. Roger 
McKennev, W. Gibbs '37 

Myers. Richard L. '68 
R and J Ertel, Inc. 
Ruhl, Velma 

Sodexho Marriott Services, Inc. 
Spencer, Cheryl Ecli '70 
Wheel Inn. Inc. 
Younger. Alvin M. Jr. '71 and 
Ehzaheth 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
This Category recognizes 
leadership gifts in the 
range of $5,000 - $9,999 

Asliey, Ruth S. 

Balier, Eph I. and Bess D. 

Boxx. Mr and Mrs. T. Wilham 
Calistri, Judith Fry '56 
Canaan Valley Institute, Inc. 
Caporaletti. Adelina 
Chester County Community 

Foundation. Inc. 
Detwiler, David E. Ill '75 and Rita 

Ciurlino '84 
Eaker. Joann E. 
Genetti Hotel and Convention 

Center 
Jersey Shore State Bank 
Jones. Marjorie Ferrell '50 
Krapf, Dallas L. '69 and Diane 
Kyte. Morgan R. 'OO 
Lowry, Rosanna Roles '72 
Lundy, Frank B. and Carolyn-Kay 

Miller '63 
Pickelner Fuel Company. Inc. 
Pickelner. William E. and Sara 
Sahakian. Henry D. and Seda 
Schultz. Jack C. and Carole L. 
Schultz. Peter D. and 

Linda Post '75 
Springman, Charles D. '59 

and Shirley A. 



Tarditi. John J. Jr. '63 
The Philadelphia Foundation 
Trogner, John S. Jr. '68 and 

Ronalee Bennett '69 
Veley, Burke R. '60 and Carol 
Wood, William A. and Ruth J. 

Rendle '67 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

This Category recognizes 
leadership gifts in the 
range of $2,500 - $4,999 

Arbee 

Bahl, David R. and Suzanne W. 
Bell, Marie White '58 
Brouse, David Y. '47 and 

Maryjo Ault '46 
Carey, Patrick J. and 

Maureen 
Citizens and Northern Bank 
Croyle. Thomas B. '70 and Ruth 

Wilkinson "72 
Curtis, Shirley L. '59 
David B and Shirley L. Sykes 

Foundation 
DeWald, Richard W. '61 and 

Nancy H. 
Dooley. Arthur D. "83 and 

Margory H. Hill '83 
East End Lumber Company 
Enstine, Raymond W. Jr. '68 and 

Gwendolyn G. Gehman "71 
Erdly. Dale K. '71 
Estate of Myron L. Bamhart 
Flanagan, Susan Bartz '75 
Gehman. Dwight D. '70 
Gibbon, Mark A. '83 and Mona R. 
Gieniec. Casimir D. '59 and Nancy 

Hall '59 
Hammell. Susan Beauvais '69 
Harding, James W. '38 
Havvhaker, Daniel R. and Grace 

Ptleegor '67 
Koetzner. Kenneth L. '61 and 
Virginia V. 



Korengo, Joanne '65 
Lamade, Charles D. '75 and 

Melinda Rupert '94 
Langdon, Daniel R. '73 
Lee, David B. '61 and Joyce W. 
Lundy Construction 

Company, Inc. 
Lundy, Richard H. Jr. and (Jloria 
Lynn, Peter R. '69 and Joyce 
MaUnosky, Mark J. '88 
Marshall. John F. '48 and Cree 

Martin '50 
Mase. Richard D. '62 and Sylvia 
Medow, Norman B. '60 
Miorelli, Louis J. '61 
Parente Randolph, PC 
Pennington, Elizabeth W. 
Ruhl. Thomas L. and Karen 
Sherwood, Robert C. '62 
Staiman, Marvin H. and Jean 

Alpert '47 
Strouse. Joseph G. and Claire 
Susquehanna Transit 
Sykes. David B '38 
The John and Cree Marshall 

Foundation 
Wolte, Lee W. '63 
Youshaw, Dennis G. '61 and 

Judith A. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

This Category recognizes 
leadership gifts in the 
range of $1.000 -$2,499 

Achenbach, N. Mark '58 
Armantrout, Natalie Franke '60 
Association of Independent 

Colleges of PA 
Aubrey, Thomas M. Jr. '58 
Baldumo, Mr and Mrs. William F. 
Beamer, Thomas R. '74 and Gail 

Gleason '75 
Belz, Brian L. '96 
Bender, Robert L. '59 and Ann 

Harper '60 



Bernard Madoff Investments 

Securities LLC 
Biggar, John R. "66 and Shirley 

Wunderly '66 
Bower, Dale V. '59 and Mary 

Hoffman '60 
Bower, Gary A. '70 and Lynn 

Salmons '70 
Brown, Joyce Baker '69 
Brown, Peter J. '78 and Carol A. 

Grivner '78 
Burch, Seth B. '89 
Burger King / AML Development 

Corporation 
Bythewood, Daniel W. '68 and 

Alicia R. 
Castner, Glenn C. and Sandra 

Freitag '69 
Chapman. Harold D. and 

Margaret A. 
Checchia. Elizabeth Johnson '73 
Cleveland, Jay W. Jr. '88 
Coleman. Peter B. '71 and Christine 

Warren '73 
Crebs, Roger W. '87 and Tara 

Licsko '94 
Crockett. Robert P. '61 and 

Linda H. 
Deemer. Michael E. '66 
DeRose, James M. '69 
Drick. Carohne Whitehead '35 
Dynamark Security Center 
Faico, Jerry S. 
Fedock. Carole Curry '67 
Fletcher, R. Janice '71 
Fred Hamm Disposal, Inc. 
Freet, David E. '68 
Fultz. D. Mark '80 
(;allagher, William H. '57 

and Janet M. 
Garrett, Jeffrey W. '81 
Gaughan. W. Clark '77 
Gibson, William III '59 
Glunk, Daniel J. and Margrit M. 

Shoemaker 
Gonzalez. Jorge F. '80 
Greenly, Harold S. '48 
Griesemer, Robert W. and Judith 
Grivner, Carl J. '75 
Guerra, Eduardo 
Haller, Virginia A. '76 
Hamilton. Barry C. '70 
Hamm. Donald E. '51 
Heartland Internal Medicine 

Associates PA 
Heil. John A. '74 and 

Patricia Ward '74 
Henry, Paul B. '66 and Louise 

Gossler '65 
Hill, Carl E. '62 and Janet 

Nichols '62 
Hill, Daniel E. '61 and Daphne 
Hoerner, Nancy A. '82 
Holdren. Kenneth A. '79 
Hubbard. James C. '66 
Huntington Learning Center 
Huyck, Robert W. '54 
Johnson, Carol E. '84 
Johnson. Edward C. '53 and 

Kathryn Baldwin '67 
Kachline, Nancy A. '81 



LIST OF DONORS 



Keane, Shannon M. '94 

Kelley, James H. "74 

Kern, Craig A. '72 

Klein. Paul S. 'V? 

Kotzen. Charlotte Adelman '39 

Krauser, David J. "68 and Patricia 

MaeBride '68 
LaiTabec. Don M. II 
Lausier. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. 
Lentz, Catherine Brown '68 
L'Heureux, Margaret D. 
Little, Robert G. "63 and Bjorg 

Storbye '65 
Livingstone. Thomas Jr. '71 
Lonza, Inc. 
Ludlum. Roger B. '53 
Maestrelli, Richard B. '66 

and Teresa 
McCormick, James P. '59 
McCormick. Jay "60 and 

Ann Sue Bingaman '60 
McLachlan, Mark C. '75 
Milici, Anthony J. '75 
Morris, Nanci Davis '78 
Myers, Harold C. 
Nordberg, Judith A. '67 
Northam, Malcolm P. '69 
Peggy L'Heureux 
Peppcrniound Properties. Inc. 
Piper. .lohn F. Jr. and Margaret P. 
Raufl. .leffrey VV. '72 
Reich. Theodore and Sandy 
Reichard. K. Barton Jr. '64 
Ricciardi. Joseph M. '9(1 and 

Barbara Hayes '90 
Ryscavage, Edward T. HI '87 
Sanders, Marshall E. "36 and 

Thursa Bakey '36 
Saunders. Sue A. and 

Donald C. Stuart III 
Scheaffer, Richard L. "62 and 

Nancy A. Gramley '63 
Schilling, Cerald D. '59 
Schoch, David L. "73 and Carol 

Marsland '73 
Schreyer, John Y. 
Schweder, J. Michael "71 and 

Annette L. Weaver '72 
Scott, James G. '70 and Donna L. 
Sek, Kenneth and 

Ms. Nancy Palinski 
Shangraw, Mr. and Mrs. 

Douglas J. 
Shreckengast, Harold H. Jr. "50 

and Doris Edwards '45 
Sides, Hugh H. "60 and Carol 
Skok, Wallace T. Jr. '70 
Smith, Clinton W. '55 and Mary 

Keliher '63 
Spencer, James D. and Gail M. 
Steiner, E>elyn Reigel '65 
Stroehmann Bakeries LC 
Susquehanna Communications 
Susquehanna Paper and Sanitary 

Supply Corporation 
Susquehanna Pfaltzgraff Foundation 
Susquehannock Region A.A.C.A. 
Sweely, Gordon G. '64 
Sweeney. Linda Porr '78 
Swon, James E. '68 
Tannahill, Mr. and 

Mrs. Robert W. 



The Hottle Family Foundation 

Trout Unlimited 

Walters, Richard C. '70 

White, Jean M. 'SO 

Yasui. Roheil S. and Phyllis L. 

Yaw, E. Eugene "70 and Ann S. 

Pepperman 
Young. Mildred L. 
Younkers, Russell W. and Penny 

English '68 
Zimmerman. Hatton Alfred '.'il 




Lycoming College 
Gift Clubs 

Name of Club 
Gift Range 

1812 Club 
$20,000 and above 

Founder's Circle 
$10,000 - $19,999 

Trustees" Circle 
$5,000 - $9,999 

Chairman's Circle 
$2,500 - $4,999 

President's Cabinet 
$1,000 - $2,499 

Dean's List 
$500 - $999 

Associates' Club 
$250 - $499 

Century Club 
$100 - $249 

Donors 

$99 and below 

1929 

Total Gifts: $200 

Class Participation: 25% 

CENTURY CLUB 

Russell, Mildred Isenberg 

I Teple, Edwin R. 



1930 

Total Gifts: $650 

Class Participation: 49% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Harris, Virginia Doerr 

CENTURY CLUB 

Taylor, Carl B. 

1931 

Total Gifts: $85,885 
Class Participation: 44% 

1812 CLUB 

Mary E. Flexer Trust 

CENTURY CLUB 

Duffield, Jeanne Reese 
Kopp, Martha J. 
Pederson, Helen Granger 

1932 

Total Gifts: $1,000 
Class Participation: 33% 

DEAN'S LIST 
Steele, Helen Poticher 

CENTURY CLUB 

Hauber, Lucille Wingate 
Heintzelman. Elizabeth Allison 
Spoils, Dorothy Long 

DONORS 

Graham, Helen Duvall 

1933 

Total Gifts: $600 

Class Participation: 33% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Troxell, Helen Vollmer (deceased) 

CENTURY CLUB 

Russell, Mary Landon 
Sechrist, Laura A. 

1934 

Total Gifts: $100,185 
Class Participation: 36% 

1812 CLUB 
Evert, Samuel H. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Straw, Frances McCraney 

DONORS 

Byerly, Jay R. 
Kitner, Paul D. 
Williams, Burton L. 



1935 

Total Gifts: $1,650 
Class Participation: 33% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Drick, Caroline Whitehead 

CENTURY CLUB 

Green, William C. 

Luty. Charles W. Jr. (deceased) 

DONORS 

Bubb. Robert M. Sr. 
McBride, Alice Hofl'man 

McKinney, Jeanne Young 
Sewalt, Grace Duvall 

1936 

Total Gifts: $3,500 
Class Participation: 42% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Sanders, Marshall E. 
• Sanders, Thursa Bakey 

CENTURY CLUB 

Heverly, Harris E. 
Keemer, Leiand W. 
Rhoads, Philip A. 

Roderick. Raymond L. 

DONORS 

Mowry, Dorothy Hyde 

Thomas, Mary Louise MacLaren 

1937 

Total Gifts: $11,670 
Class Participation: 36% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

McKenney, W. Gibbs 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Halfmann, Dorothy Sleeker 
Person, Charlotte Tepel 

CENTURY CLUB 

Dodge, Wesley S. 

Etner, Margaret Campman 

Huber, Lola Kurtz 

DONORS 

Atherton. Louisa M. 
Barrett, Dorothy WcUiver 
Heller, Florence Walters 
Pfeiffer, Virginia VVeller 
Rohrer. Arline Forbes 
Hirner, David M. 

1938 

Total Gifts: $6,730 
Class Participation: 50% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Harding, James W. 
Sykes, David B 



LIST OF DONORS 



DEAN'S LIST 

McLaughlin, Edward S. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Wirlh, Charles L. Sr. 
» Wirth, Marion Rice 

CENTURY CLUB 

Eschbach, Joseph C. 
Visscher, Vera Winter 

DONORS 

Aho, Mary Gulliver 
Christiansen, Phyllis Quinlan 

Fraleigh, Ruth Wiiherite 
Hayes, Robert B. 

• Jennings, Frederick F. 

Marks, Faylene Hottenstein 
Shirey, John E. 

1939 

Total Gifts: $2,525 
Class Participation: 36% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Kotzcn, Charlotte Adelman 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Young, Charles A. (deceased) 

CENTURY CLUB 

Shamos, Marion Cahn 

DONORS 

Berndt, Dorothy Laylon 
Fuller, Sue Rathmell 
Hospers, Alice Schnielzle 

• Jennings. Minerva Goodman 
» Owens, Robert R. 

Snyder, J. Harvey 
Weisel, Mildred Staiman 

1940 

Total Gifts: $1,455 
Class Participation: 42% 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Bruch, John L. Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Christnan, Elizabeth Tepel 
Crooks, William D. HI 
Shannon, James G. 
Siebert, Annetta Maneval 

DONORS 

Bertsch, Dorothy Kirk 

Bolay. Marion Fraser 
Eftimiadi. Catharine Lewis 
Epler. MaryEllen Crumbling 
Glennie, Marian Myers 
Hoadley, Minam Birchard 
Mankey, John L. 
Markliam. Margaret Kuhn 
Mattson, Virginia Gilbert 
Meals, Lola Spangle 

• Owens, Mary Kuhns 
Rutledge, Helen Logue 
Tereshinski, Thomas J. 



1941 

Total Gifts: $1,820 
Class Participation 28% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Bean, Sarah Graham 
Ewing, Helen Johnson 

CENTURY CLUB 

" Breitenbach, Forrest 
Birkenstock 

» Maynard, Doris Losch 
» Maynard. Laurence P. Jr. 
Simmons, Thomas C. 
Solomon. Howard H. 

DONORS 

Bennett, Horace D. Jr. 
CJrecnwood, Jane Brugler 
Knudson, Martha Lowdermilk 
McHenry, Anna Bachle 
Shipman, Alice Walton 
Spencer, M. Jean Mumford 

1942 
Total Gifts: $2,850 
Class Participation: 44% 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Bruch, Sarah Bubb 

Kleckner. Robert K. 
Metzger, Camille Burehfield 

CENTURY CLUB 

Heffelfinger. Martha Wentzel 
Laedlein, Frank H. 

Lamade, Joanne Gerber 

» McCormick, Margaret Rowland 

Watkins, Walter W. 

DONORS 

Berthold, E. Jean Grammer 

Breitenbach, Joseph H. 

Carson, Ruth P. 

Charles, Sara Clevenger 

Dunkle, Harvey I. 

Gearhart, Jerrold J. 

Hewitt, George S. 

Kackenmeister. Carl 

Kelly. Violet Rothermel 

Konkle. Cloyed M. 

Mitchell. Garrett C. Jr. 

Mueller. Shirley Venema 

Odell. Frank H. 

Revie, Faye Bower 

Rosser, Marjorie K. 

Swain, Patricia Dimm 

Troisi, B. Joseph 

Wurster, Georgene Hassenplug 

1943 

Total Gifts: $1,225 
Class Participation: 27% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Sandmeyer, Dorothy Ferrell 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Wise, Margaret Browne 



CENTURY CLUB 

Cottrell, Lensworth Jr. 
Kohl, Rachel Andrews 

Rohbins. Jean Christie 

DONORS 

Karpinski, Doris Mell 

Taylor, Stratford C. 

1944 

Total Gifts: $740 

Class Participation: 25% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Barton, June Kerr 
Zimmerman, Elwood C. 

CENTURY CLUB 

¥ Belock, Doris Miller 

DONORS 
Rosser. Evan R. Jr. 
Spangle, Nancy Bodine 
Wentzler, Virginia Keyte 

1945 

Total Gifts: $2,870 
Class Participation: 30% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Shreckengast, Doris Edwards 

CENTURY CLUB 

Dowling, Barbara King 
Waters, Shirley Adsit 

DONORS 

Cavanaugh, Olive Babcock 
Leach, Elizabeth Miller 
Mincemoyer, Betty Dunkle 
Myers, Gladys Chapel 
Strickland, Betty Collins 

1946 

Total Gifts: $6,978 
Class Participation: 30% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

• Brouse. Maryjo Ault 

DEAN'S LIST 

Frith. Raymond J. 
Sonder. Otto L. Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Harbach, Phyllis Gladewitz 

DONORS 

Aulenbach, Mary King 
Barrows, Gloria Lundfelt 
Brewer, Carlene Warg 

DeWald. Esther Wheeland (deceased) 
Gallaher, Ruth Myers 
Rommelt, Martha Brown 

1947 

Total Gifts: $8,896 
Class Participation: 26% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Staiman, Jean Alpert 
» Brouse, David V. 



DEAN'S LIST 

Hollenback. John G. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Heller, Jean T. 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Harbach, Max E. 
Henry, Ruth Lorrah 
Rightmire, D. Edward 

DONORS 

Bastian, William C. Jr. 
» Berninger, Lois Gettis 
Biichle, Emily C. 
Cooper, Norma Stiger 
Crist, Jean Moore 
Crupper, Janet Mallorcy 
Fullmer, Paul R. 
Hartman. Margie Shafer 
Helms, Naomi Smith 
Kaufman. Jean Young 
Lockspeiser, Patricia Ferguson 
Todd, Gertrude Whaley 
Vetsko, Bobbie Crider 

1948 

Total Gifts: $6,060 
Class Participation: 27% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
» Marshall, John F. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Greenly, Harold S. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Creps. Muriel Bryer 

» Fulnier. Elaine Abercrombie 

• Fulmer, James V. 
Kift, Philip S. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Kaseman. Paul W. 
Piatt. Natalie Winsor 
Schutte. Sally Hill 

Zilch, Charles H, 

DONORS 

Armstrong. Donald E. 

Barrett, Walter E. Jr. 

DeWald. Omar E. Jr. 

Edkin. Anna Shultz 

» Hill, William J. 

» Kay. Jeanne Umble 

Maneval. David R. 

Sperow, Jane Rosevear 

» Stebbins, .Addie Knowlden 

» Stebbins, Arlon E. Jr. (deceased) 

"nirner, Donald M. 

1949 

Total Gifts: $130,567 
Class Participation: 43% 

1812 CLUB 

Estate of Robert H. Seewald 
Howard C. Beach Trust 

DEAN'S LIST 

Beach, Howard C. (deceased) 
Kohler. R. Bervl Potter 



DONOR PROFILE 





Donor: 

Cheryl Eck Spencer '70 

Location: 

Deerfield, Illinois 

Major: 

Chemistry 

Career: 

Director of Global R&D 

Quality Assurance 

Abbott Laboratories 

Giving: 

' Scholarship for 

Bio-Ethics 
►• Annual Fund 

Matching Gift Program 
► Founder's Circle 

Giving Club 



When Cheryl Eck Spencer was an undergraduate at Lycoming College, 
she wanted to save the world from cancer, a disease that claimed both her 
father and Dr. Frederick, one of her chemistry professors. 

In graduate school and during her subsequent career at Abbott Laborato- 
ries, she found out that finding cures for cancer would not be easy. Cancer is 
a very complex disease, and although a number of breakthroughs have been 
discovered for its prevention, diagnosis and treatment, the disease continues 
to be one of the leading causes of death. Saving the world from cancer 
would not be easy. 

Now in their fifth decade, she and her husband are at point in their lives 
where they want to give something back and have an impact on things they 
value most. 

In addition to her support of the Annual Fund, Cheryl has set up an 
endowed scholarship that eventually will provide financial aid to a student 
who is interested in pursuing a career in bio-ethics or bio-medical research. 

Cheryl was motivated in her scholarship designation by her career 
interests and by what she sees as a drift in ethics — in society as well as in 
her own field. Early on as a graduate student, she discovered that people, 
even scientists, didn't always tell the truth. She was disappointed and aghast 
to find that a few medical researchers could compromise the integrity of 
research by reporting and publishing results based on fraudulent, made-up 
data. 

In her cunent position, as director of Global Pharmaceutical R&D 
Quality Compliance, she leads a group of individuals who help inteipret 
regulations and develop quality systems for pre-clinical and clinical research. 
She has also served on several international committees responsible for the 
creation of bio-medical research standards and guidelines. 

"The idea of grappling with legal and ethical issues never crossed my 
mind when I was in college. In preparation for life and work, I'd like to see 
students wrestle with some current ethical issues: like genetic engineering." 

"The education I received at Lycoming is unique. I see that now, because 
I hire people educated at schools that provided technical skills but did not 
provide a liberal arts education. I value my liberal arts education because it 
taught ine to think — and it gave me a broad base of knowledge." 

"I could choose to buy a bigger house, another new car or any number of 
possessions." she admits, "or... I could put the resources into education and 
into changing the thinking of the next generation." 

In this way. Cheryl has found her own way to change the world. 



ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Frick, Anna Livingston 
Hastings, William L. 

Plasan, Charlotte L. 
Smay, R. Bruce 
Weimer, Ona R. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anderman, Thomas E. 

» McCormick, Clifford C. Jr. 

Retkwa, John S. 

Stover, Kay Goodman 

DONORS 

Andrews, Barbara Christensen 
Grieco, Sally Delaney 
Grimm. 1\vila Lyon 

• Hill, Shirley Goettel 

Mingle, Barbara Stenger 
Rousseau, Leon R. Jr. 
Weaver, Emily Crist 

1950 

Total Gifts: $18,626 
Class Participation: 42% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Jones, Marjoric Ferrell 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

• Marshall, Cree Martin 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Shreckengast, Harold H. Jr. 
White, Jean M. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Guyer, Earl G. 
Harman, Maurice L. 

Lucas, Henry P. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Bergcr, Donald E. 
Hurwitz, Harold S. 
Ripple, Donald L. 
Spangler, Lawrence B. Jr. 
Treese, Robert L. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Ammons, Harold A. 

• Barto, Harold E. 

• Barto, Virginia Herit 
» Belock, Henry W. 
Bower, Frances Shade 
Brungard, Pauline Pribble 
Griggs, Jacqueline Brouse 
Guffy, Wellard R. 
Hamilton, Boyd A. Sr. 
Horn, Robert S. 
Johnescu, Janet Brown 
Keller, James J. 
Marcinek, Matthew A. 
Rinzler, Milton S. 
Rosenberg, Stanley G. 
Rutherford, Doris 
Wharton, Stanley W. 

DONORS 

• Badger, Carol Taylor 
Bondi, Richard W. 
Brobst, James K. 



Chamberlin. Charles L. 
Durney, Lucy Tremayne 
• Good, Morris F. 
Hinkelman, Richard H. 
Mintz, Max S. 

Mullane, Suzanne Whitehead 
Rinker, Maynard W. 
Shaffer, Daniel T. 
Stevens, Marjorie Bender 
Sumnierson, Lee M. 
Sweet, Burtt E. 
Ulman, Richard I. 

1951 

Total Gifts: $16,175 
Class Participation: 32% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Hershberger, Harold D. Jr. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Hamm, Donald E. 

Zimnierman, Halton Alfred 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Beshore, Shallimar Shelley 
Lady, Nancy Haney 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Breitenbach, Jack L. 
Brodnierkel, James A. 
Carl, Thomas A. 
Gaul, Shirley Williams 
Kline, Richard M. 
McCloskey, Fred W. 
Messer, Rhoda Pontz 
Mix, Richard L. 
Robin.son, Charles R. 
Rowe, Alice Fisher 
Succop, Nancy Noah 

DONORS 

Baughman, Warren L. Jr. 

» Benson, Bruce 
Crouse, Vincent R. A. 
Dawson, David C. 
Diseroad, Victor E. 
Houseknecht, Ellis B. Jr. 

• Huffman, William H. C. HI 
Johnson, Walter E. 

» Kay, William D. 
Llewellyn, Donald W. 
Mayer, Margaret Mitchell 
McShane, Joan Krimm 
Nash, Marilyn Simmons 
» Shellman, Clyde J. 
Simpson, Le Roy E. 
Stewart, John A. 
Stroble, Eugene L. 

1952 

Total Gifts: $3,060 
Class Participation: 26% 

DEAN'S LIST 
Hampton, Richard L. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Berdine, Kenneth M. 

Marion. Ralph Jr. 
Wool, Joseph L. 



CENTURY CLUB 

Brennan. Thomas ^L 
» Brong. (Jene E. 

• Brong, Josephine Babcock 
Dempsey, Thomas W, 
Fowler. John W. 

Hickok, Fred C. 
Holtzman, Donald G. 
LcVan, Paul R. 
Neal, Ruth Wiechardt 
O'Neill, John D. 
Walter, William N. 

DONORS 

Arney, Helen Troisi 
Fitzgerald, Robert J. Jr. 
Hesch, William H. 
McDonald Wendling, Catherine 

Wardner 
Mitchell, Marian Musselman 
Norman, Fred W. 
Peake, Elmer L. 
Pidcoe, Vern 
Reidy, Lawrence P. 

• Rodriguez, Marjorie Mitchell 
» Shellman, Doris Wise 
Snyder, John W. 
Thompson, A. Ann Achard 
Viles, Patricia Bush 

1953 
Total Gifts: $4,859 
Class Participation: 32% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Johnson, Edward C. 

Ludlum, Roger B. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Greenfieldt, John E. 
Mitchell, Charles ^L 
Swanson, Janet Brion 

CENTURY CLUB 

Adams, Donald B. 
Cavanaugh, James E. 
Doutt, Nancy Fry 
(;aus, Joseph P. 
John, Betty Kuhns 
Kibbe, George R. 
Leetma, Hillar E. 
McKernan, Robert J. Sr. 
Robb, Herbert R. 
Rupp, Walter H. 

DONORS 

» Abram, H, Emerson 
» Abram, Ruth Thompson 

• Badger, J. William 
Cruickshank, John D. 
Eastty, John R. 
House, Jay W. 
Joyner, Bruce D. 
Kane, Samuel C. HI 
Kramer, George C. Jr. 
Kuncs, Ruth Morgan 

• Rodriguez, David E. 
Sausser, Harold D. 
Vasey, Carey E. 
Winner, Thomas D. Jr. 



1954 

Total Gifts: $5,548 
Class Participation: 



31% 



PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Huyck, Robert W. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Leta, Vincent J. Jr. 
Richmond, Logan A. 
Teufel, Doris Heller 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• HerIt, Bernadine Wilmarth 
Little, H. Franklin 

» Spitler, Donna Ertel 

CENTURY CLUB 
Fullmer, Charles W. 
Gold, James H. 

• Goldy, David 
Medley, Virginia Giles 
Reeder, Richard M. 
Schramm, Robert F. 
Smith, Richard K. 

DONORS 

» Benson, Delores Camill 
» Berninger, Robert C. 
Blascr, Jean Hoover 
Cooper, Ray C. (deceased) 
Debole, Barbara Brown 
DiSalvo, Anthony L. 
Lenig, Coleen Jenkins 
Logue, Thomas A. 
Lundy, Lawrence P. 
Owen, June Platz 
» Snyder, Ruth Pannebaker 
Teter, Dorothy Carr 

1955 
Total Gifts: $3,430 
Class Participation: 29% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Smith, Clinton W. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Spitler, Thomas D. 

Wolf. Stephen M. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Block, Robert B. 

Burrows, Richard K. 

Fortner, George F. 

» Goldy, Gloria Vannucci 

Haas, Richard C. 

» Landon, Jane Keyte 

• Zanker, Robert F. 

DONORS 

Allison, Glenn Thomas 
Blaker, F. Keen 
Clouscr, James H. 
Courtney, Robert L. 
Gatti, Judith Lewis 
Green, William D. 
Hafner, Max L. 
Hart, William R. 
Schoenherger, Judith Agris 
Wexler, Donald L. 



LIST OF DONORS 



1956 

Total Gifts: $12,506 
Class Participation: 31% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Calistri, Judith Fry 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Fluman. Mary Lou Burkhart 
Wagner, Gerald D. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Herit, Bernard G. Jr. 

» Shapiro, Paul O. 
Zaremba, Albert F. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anderson, George R. 
Heals. Mark G. 
Felix, Richard H. 
Fisher, Bruce D. 
Gilbert, Robert D. 
» Glidewell, Ethel Bowman 
» Glidewell, Oliver J. 
Hoover, Rayallen 
Nordberg, Rebecca Miller 
Ott, Joann Pray 

DONORS 

DeFebo, Diane Souter 
Lunt, E. LaRue 
» Snyder, Karle L. 
Klees, Eleanor Altman 
Miller, Arthur E. 
Brungard, Margaret Barnwell 
Freund. Eleanor A. 
Miller. Jean Rice 

• Stewart. Barbara Spyut 

• Stewart, Vaughn E. 
Swinehart, Betty L, 

1957 
Total Gifts: $44,613 
Class Participation: 37% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

» Fultz, Daniel G. 
V Fultz, Helen Holler 

PRESIDENTS CABINET 
Gallagher, William H. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Cupp. John E. (deceased) 
Phillips, Jonathon G. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Brooks. Harold L. 

• Horn, Herman S. 

• Horn, Nancy Dorrance 
Konow, Carol Scott 
Rider, Joseph L. 

• Shapiro, Virginia Shepard 
Stephan, C. Alan 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Baker, William L. 
Ciraulo, Marianna 
Cochran, Mary Black 
Ernst, Nancy Woolever 
Khan, Kenrick R. 

» Landon, Eugene E. 



McArthur, Barbara Gresh 
Meyers, Dorothy Reinhold 

Pelton, Wallace L. 
Raker, William L. 
Seidel, Charles F. 
Sestina, H. Donald 
V Tallman, James E. 

• Tallman, Patricia McNaughton 
Tietbohl, Ronald N. 

» Zanker, Martha Getman 
Ziegler, J. Stephen 

DONORS 

» Bender, Janet Hunter 
» Branyan, Nancy Norris 
Crossley, James H. 
Edgar, Jack R. 
» Fishel, JoAnn Spencer 
Girio, Arthur 
Kelts, .Arthur R. 
Kilhum, Mary Mitchell 
Lesher, Robert G. 
Long, Barbara Long 
Lyon, Thomas P. 
Nolan, James E. 
Saxc, Jay A. 
Secol, Stephan H. 
Smith, Edward W. 
Tchou, Cynthia Lim 

• White, Janice Brisbin 
Yoder. Laura Frey 
Zuber. Richard G. 

1958 
Total Gifts: $183,224 
Class Participation: 35% 

1812 CLUB 

Shangraw, Robert L. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Bell, Marie White 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Achenbach, N. Mark 
Aubrey, Thomas M. Jr. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Himes, David A. 

» Fluman, Lon M. Jr. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Arthur. Kenneth R. 

Bonfatto, John A. 

Earisman, D. Keigh Cronauer 

Faddis, E. Noel 

Rundle. Robert W. 

Worth, Howard L. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Bohensky. Donald F. 
Brobst. Donald L. 
Calhoun, Thomas L. 
Cornish. Alfred B. 

Dingier, Lewis D. 
Ernst, John B. 
Fra\'el, Raymond D. 
Godfrey, Barbara Kupp 
Harpster, Ronald L. 
Hodge, Ruth Perry 
Horn, Frederick D. 
Hughes, Ronald G. 



Laciskey, George B. 

Luhr. Franklin J. 
Mann, Yvonne Outterbridge 
Polcyn, Kenneth A. 
Sherwood, William C. 
Stroup, Jack A. 
Thompson. A. Jean 
Van Zanten, Henry A. 
Williamson, Joy Eileen 
Yawger, J. Bryson 

DONORS 

Bryce, D. Rex .Jr. 

Cleaver. Clarke P. 
DiCenso, Barbara Reed 
Flick, Donald B. 
Haas. Robert V. 
Humes. William D. 
Kitt. Ronald L. 
Knauer, Marilyn Gillette 
LeCrone. Gail Yeager 
Lucas, ClilTord L. 
Mbule, Jean Walt/ 
McManigal, Robert E. 
Ostlund. Oscar M. Jr. 
Reimold, Richard E. 
Thompson, George H. 

1959 

Total Gifts: $55,056 
Class Participation: 35% 

1812 CLUB 
Haberberger, Arthur A. 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Springman. Charles D. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Curtis, Shirley L. 
» Gieniec, Casimir D. 

• Gieniec, Nancy Hall 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Bender, Robert L. 
» Bower. Dale V. 
Gibson. William HI 
McCormick, James P. 
Schilling. Gerald D. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Camp. Jean Gardner 
Gross, Andrew M. 

• Himes, K. Alan 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Carey, Rosemary Cheatle 

Cooper, Samuel E. 

» Corson. Ann Merritt 

» Corson. William E. 

Hakes. John E. 

Herring. Paul L. 

» Karschner. Richard L. 

Moore, Roderic R. 

Morris, Margaret McComas 

Troisi, James L. 

Yerger, Barry G. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Ament, Ronald K. 
Berrier, Mary Johnson 



Carlyon, Robert D. 
Congdon, Lois M. 
» Curtis, C. Robert 

• Glunk, Claramae Cohick 
» Glunk, Robert J. Sr. 
Golden, George D. 
Heumann. Sanford A. 

» Judd. Ardene Daley 
» Judd. Robert A. 
Kiessling. Russell E. 
Nardi. Ralph A. Jr. 
Ratner. Richard P. 
Steiner, David L. 

DONORS 

» Anderson, Dale H. 
Boinske. Eugene E. 
Capus. Roberta Hale 
Combs, Agnes Cruickshank 
Davis. W. Fell Jr. 
Donovan. Thomas J. 
Hessler, Don B. 
Joe. John J. 

Landis. Ellen Applegate 
Leutze, Robert E. 
« Lloyd, Maralyn Hinkle 
» Lloyd, Richard H. 
Manbeck, Beverly Strauser 
Martz, G. Robert 
Miller. Raymond C. 
Motta. Paul L. 
Shooter, William L. 
Sullivan. Frank J. Jr. 
Taylor, Dorothy Rice 
Warner, Paul L. 
Wendt. Patricia Aucker 

• White, Wilbur G. 
Wolfe, George P. 

1960 

Total Gifts: $23,484 
Class Participation: 39% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Veley, Burke R. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Medow, Norman B. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Armantrout, Natalie Franke 

» Bender. Ann Harper 

» Bower. Mary Hoffman 

» McCormick. Ann Sue Bingaman 

• McCormick, Jay 
Sides, Hugh H. 

DEAN'S LIST 
Price, Barbara Neff 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Karschner. June Amoss 
Raudabaugh. Richard L. 

» Stebbins. Janice Brucklacher 

Steele, Donald F. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Alt, George R. 

• Armstrong. Jack N. Jr. 

• Baker, Carol Ergott 
Fought, Dolores Keller 
Harbin, Beverlee Arnds 



11 



1ST OF DONORS 



Harris, C. Fred 
» Jones, Barbara Robinson 
» Jones, William B. 
Kalkstein, Lane Keller 
Remaiej-, Robert F. 
Staley. Judith Kramer 
Strohecker, Marlin R. 
Thomas, Marlin A. 

DONORS 

Bower, Harold E. 

Burdick. William L. 
Cassel, Donald L. 
Cox, John R. 
Damaska. William H. 
» DelBono, Robert C. 
Eby, Harvey C. Jr. 
Ennis, James E. Sr. 
» Fishel, Mark T. 
Handley, Richard J. 
Hartman, Ivan L. 
Hott'man, John D. 
Holler, Donald J. 
• Huffman, Kay Stenger 
Marks, Jolie Cohick 
McCall, Barbara Nason 
Morris, Raymond L. Jr. 
Nelson. Heather Streich 
Pompeo. Albert J. 
Roland, Marilyn Schaal 
Schofield, Carol Hane 
Shealfer. Gertrude Peters 
Williams, James L. 

1961 

Total Gifts: $25,434 
Class Participation: 33% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

DeWald, Richard W. 
Koetzner, Kenneth L. 
Lee, David B. 
Miorelli, Louis J. 
Youshaw, Dennis G. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Crockett, Robert P. 
Hill, Daniel E. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Jeffers. James M. 
» Kerr, Frank L. 
Ulrich, John M. Jr. 
Whistler, Donald M. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Rudy, James D. 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Armstrong, Donna Barto 
» Curtis, Patricia Campbell 
Fry, C. Edgar Jr. (deceased) 
» Garrett, Robert A. 
Hill, Marsha Elliott 
» Hollick, Jo Anne Ernest 
» Jacobs, Dennis G. 
» Jacobs, Geraldine Pratt 
Jud.son, W. Garrett 
Kehler. Ronald E. Jr. 
McCleary, Leon A. 
Moisiades, Paul M. 



Priest, Louise Brown 
Soyster, Harry D. 
Stavisky, Eli 
Steadnian, Linda Hodge 

Travis, David B. 
Williamson, Thomas D. Jr. 
Yearick, Graydon L. 

DONORS 

Belle, Samuel E. 

» Cillo, Livio W. 

Conn, Eugene S. 

» DelBono, Margy Williammee 

Edwards, Carolyn Moday 

Gardner, Harold B. 

Glenn. Gilbert K. 

Hoffritz, C. David 

» Koneff, Donald 

McComiick. Judy Yeagle 

McKibbcn, Robert G. 

» Reed, Deanna Werkheiser 

Ricciardella, Sandra Brouse 

Schroeder, Frederic W. Jr. 

Sedergran, Carol Harper 

Sherman, Elizabeth Cifala 

Tobias, James E. 

Willard, John E. 

Wilson, Robert C. 

Yothers, Connie Waddell 

» ^'oung, William R. 

1962 

Total Gifts: $15,527 
Class Participation: 32% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Mase, Richard D. 
Sherwood. Robert C. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Hill, Carl E. 

» Hill, Janet Nichols 

• Scheaffer, Richard L. 

DEAN'S LIST 
Bliley, David M. 
Kofman, N. Charles 
» Olandt. Connie Zeigler 

ASSOCI.\TES' CLUB 

Goodear, Gary L. 

» Jacobs, William F. Jr. 

Karchner, David H. 

Wallis, William C. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Bedford, James W. 
Berry. Harris D. Jr. 
Budiiey. Edward A. 
Burnhani. David W. 
» Crosby, Chester W. 
Durr. Volker O. 
» Heiney, David M. 

• Heiney, Donna Michael 
Hester, Jean \'outz 
Kirk, Martha Hickerson 
Klotz. Karl H. 

Lee. Richard J. 
McNeal, Jon E. 
Parsons, Jack 
Patterson, J. Barry 



Pollitt. F, Anthony 
Reams, Carl L. 
Rosenburgh. .Steven M. 
Shoemaker, James O. 
Soroka. Michael 
VanHorn, Chalmer C. 
Wilt, George F. Jr. 

DONORS 

Dietrich. Paul C. 
Johns, Helen Trayer 
Kaplan, Morton 
Karschner, Polly Polinko 
Kauffman, Luke H. 
McCormack. Carol Bollinger 
Meade, William M. HI 
Robbins, Donna Reece 
Stugart, Harold L. 
Wade, Janet B. 
Ware, Donna O. 
Wilt, H. David 
» Young, Ruth .\nn Whidden 

1963 
Total Gifts: $68,404 
Class Participation: 32% 

1812 CLUB 
Hayes, Michael J. 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Lundy, Carolyn-Kay Miller 
Tarditi, John J. Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Wolfe, Lee W. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Little, Robert G. 

» Scheaffer, Nancy Gramley 
» Smith, Mary Keliher 

DEAN'S LIST 
Bunce, Joseph O. IH 
» Kerr, Roberta Corter 
McNeil, John S. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Corbett, F. Bruce 

» Corbett, Ruthellen Morgan 

• Jacobs, Carol Twigg 

Luppert, Charles W. 
McKee. James R. 
Waltz, Carol Harris 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Crosby, Bonnie Silvernail 

Furst, Margaret A. 

» Garrett, Judith O'Connor 

Hajzak, John P. 

V Hollick, B. Michael 

» Kelsey, Gerdi D. 

» Kelsey, Sandra Hopf 

Lawrence, Diane Rutter 

Malley, Sandra Porter 

» Paul, MaryAnita Peck 

Reiser. Stephen C. 

Ruffaner, Robert E. 

Sandifer, Marilyn Rutt 

Van Zanten, Albert G. 

» Wurster, Daniel C. 



» Wurster, Margery Schrader 
Zawislak, Louise Fitzgerald 
Zeisloft, Ann Bennett 

DONORS 

Askey, Betty Moore 
Brodsky, Clementine Klein 
Butler, Newell F. 
Cam Donna Deitrick 

• Cillo. Mary Yaple 
Clark, David B. 
Cloud. Brian L. 
Gasser, Julie Beighley 
Grimm, Larry C 
Hamm, Joseph G. 
Heincelman. Dorothy Corson 
Heller, Robert L. 
Hudson. Marvin T. Jr. 
Kelly, Hilda Scott 

» Koneff, Susan Shaw 
Landis, William L. 
Lingenfelter, Jack K. 
Livingston, Michael B. 
Martini, Kathryn Parkin 

• McHugh, Brian J. 
Morrow, Fred E. Jr. 

• Mumaugh, Judith Hobbs 

• Mumaugh, Richard P. 
Ocker. Sidney B. 

Pac. Robert E. 

<r Phillips. David L. 

Swick, Karen Rundquist 

1964 

Total Gifts: $118,042 
Class Participation: 30% 

1812 CLUB 
Martz, D. Stephen 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Reichard, K. Barton Jr. 
Sweely, Gordon G. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Dietrich. Patricia Gortner 

Freet. Roben Charles 
Markel, Robert J. 
Merkel, Timothy F. 

• Olandt, Paul K. 
Sher, Martin R. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Beyer, Barry L. 

• Boyer, Nancy Snyder 
Baldwin. Kent T. 
Eckert, Cynthia Loomls 
Jackson, David J. 
Janners, Martha Yaple 
Manning, Walter H. 
Mitchell, P. David 
Pruess, Warren W. 

» Schonour, Carol Irwin 

» Schonour, Phillip 

» Stebbins, Wayne G, Sr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Barry, E. James IV 
» Barry, Ruth G. Girton 
» Buehler, George H. 
» Buehler, Mary Sibley 
Eschbach, James C. 



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LIST OF DONORS 



Gutemiuth, William W. Jr. 
Lillard. Carol Oot 

• Poe, Constance Kupp 
» Poe, Jerry A. 

Sanders. Larry H. 
Shaffer. Charles W. 
Shiber. Susan I. 
Wirth. Larry E. 
» Yarroll, Raymond P. 

DONORS 

• Anderson, Kathleen Whalen 
Andes, Daria Nlssley 
Anonymous 

Borei, Dorothy Vlllinger 
Buckler, Anne Pittlnger 
» Campbell, Ann BIy 
» Campbell, Thomas R. 
Datesman. Mary Ann Warner 
Devlin, Caroline Boden 
Garrison, Jane Rerig 
Graham. Thomas C. 
Grieco, Sandra Baran 
Gruber, Judith Bollinger 
Hcintz, Robert J. Jr. 
Horvath, James J. 
Hutchinson, Donna Potter 
Keene, Catharine Shoolt 
Kile, Brenda Ahreas 
Longbotham, Bertram Jr. 
Lowry, Janice V\ right 
Lucash. Leonora Jones 

• Lynn. Glenn H. 

» Lynn. Linda Maurer 

MacBride. Walter D. Jr 

McConville, Carol Weathered 

» McHugh, Maryellen McMahon 

McKenzie. Carol R. 

» McLaughlin, Doris Caldwell 

McMahan. David R. 

» Phillips, Eleanor Little 

« Reed. Donald B. 

• Reed. Lynn Meincke 
» Reed. Opie L. 

» Ristau, Edsel P. 

• Ristau, Jeanne York 
Sinner, Judith Dingier 
Snowden. Joan Kocsis 
Tourtellott. Harry K. 
Wein, Henry N. II 
Whipkey, Mardi Kepple 
Wilson, George E. Jr. 
Wladaver, Carolyn Rowe 

1965 

Total Gifts: $18,235 
Class Participation: 30% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Korengo, Joanne 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Henry, Louise Gossler 

• IJttle, Bjorg Storbye 
Steiner, Evelyn Reigel 

DEAN'S LIST 

Cairns. Donald G. 

• Derr, Chester H. Jr. 
» Derr, Dennv Brown 



Kauffman. David E. 
Murray. Bruce D. 
Patterson, G. Bruce 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Ault. Richard K. 
Becker. Sandra Payne 

Dascher. John J. 
Jackson. I. Sue 

• Schultze. David I. 

<f Schultze, Wini Watson 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anonymous 
Blatchley. Ronald C. 
Christie, Chris P. 
Crist, Edward A. 

» Cross. Nancy Snow 
» Davis. Elizabeth Lamb 
Dellinger. George M. 
Edgar. Robert W. 
Fesler, Lucy Dersham 
Fisher, Jeffrey M. 
Jacobs, Curtis C. 
Mack. Marcella 
May, Jesse A. Jr. 
McNaughton. Lynn Fromm 
Obetz. Robert W. Jr 
» Paul. Robert D. 
Peatficld. Harold A. 

• Robhms. David O. 
Roblyer. Judith Waring 
Smith, Alden T. Jr. 
Smyser Henry R. 

Wilt. Walter W. 

» Yarroll, Sharleen Swartz 

DONORS 

Ankner Ronald J. 
Bell. Samuel J. 
» Bender, Richard W. 
Bosle>. Dorothy Bosak 

• Bradshaw. Barry F. 

• Bradshaw. Suzanne MacNichol 
Butler. Thomas H. 

Chance. Ann G. 
Clemens. Raymond W. 
Dunkelberger. Allen J. 

• Evans. Nancy C. 

• Evans. Thomas E. Sr 
Fortin. David Lee Sr 
Fulmer. David F. 
Grizzuto, George J. Jr. 
Gross, S. Thomas 
Grove, Carolyn Torsch 
» Henry, Kenneth S. Jr. 
Howell. Thanna Casselberry 
Jackson. Peter E. 
Johnson, Elaine Bussom 
Lesko, Dave 
Macgregor, Alan W. 
Maitland. Dorothy Hays 

• Maurer. Martin G. Jr. 
McCallus. John E. 

» McLaughlin, Donald E. 
Mengers. Margaret Allen 
Oehrh. Alfred J. Jr 
Peddie, Julianne Herz 
Powell, Thomas J. 



Rebmann, Leslie A. 
Sallstrom, Lucy Ohnmeiss 
Senges, Richard A. 
Taylor. Barnard C. H 

Whitebread. Gail Kleintob 
Wnght. Keith L. 

1966 

Total Gifts: $17,305 
Class Participation: 32% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Biggar, John R. 

» Biggar, Shirley Wunderly 
Deemer, Michael E. 
» Henry, Paul B. 
Hubbard. James C. 
Maestrelli. Richard B. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Clippinger, Cynthia Pennington 
Coover, Edward J. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Albertini, Katherine Keliher 
» Bobick, Steve A. 
Cohen. Michael R. 
Egbert, John S. 
Oot, David A. 
Sensenich. (lary B. 
Wienecke. Richard E. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Alston-Mills. Brenda P. 
Brehouse, Robert H. 

Cole. Elenore L. 

• Davis. William F. 
Deitch. William H, III 
« Eidam, John R. 
Fleming, Harold E. 
Gardy. Michael R. 
Hartman. Ronald J. 
James. Richard D. 

» Lunt. .\nders R. 
« Lunt, Joan Kipp 

• Macensky, Margaret Bourdeaux 

• Macensky, Samuel S. 
McGee. William T. 
Menne, Galen R. 
Nash, Patricia Ammel 
Oest, James M. 
Peterson, Linda L. 

» Sprout, Richard W. 
Slrattan. Ronald B, Jr 
Trudeau, Isabel Culver 

• Warg, Dennis E. 

DONORS 
Byers, Bonnie B. 

Conklin. David E. 
Conklin. Marion Hemenway 
Corter, Ronald W. 
Dean. Judith Reeder 
Doebler, Frank L. 
Donahue, Doreen Wessman 
Heckman. Mary Hale 
Heinkel. Robert J. 
» Henry, Marilyn Smith 
Hockley. Sieve 
Howell, Lanee Shipe 
Langley, Gilbert W. 



Levering, Charles E. H 
» Nolder, Deanna Miller 
» Nolder, Donald C. 
O'Dell, Nancy Shank 
Post. Irvin F. 
Reich, Louise West 
Robinson. Kathleen Coleman 
Samuels. Byron Y. 
Sears. Patricia Stere 
» Shafer, D. L. Brinton 
Stewart. Miriam Nower 
Waltman. Franklin M. 
Weber, Elizabeth Moore 
Welker. Floyd R. 
Wildasin. Robert L. 

1967 
Total Gifts: $43,634 
Class Participation: 33% 

1812 CLUB 

Krapf, Dale N. 

TRUSTEES" CIRCLE 
Wood, Ruth Rendle 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Hawbaker. Grace Pfleegor 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Fedock, Carole Curry 

• Johnson, Kathryn Baldwin 
Nordberg, Judith A. 

DEANS LIST 

Davis. Carol M. 
Lechliter. Gerald A. 
Wolfe, Daniel E. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Bepler, Gary L. 
Dunning, Donna M. 
» Edmonds, Walter G. 
Ellms, Carlyn J. 
Foley, Edward L. Jr. 

• Goguts, Carol Schultz 
» Goguts. Peter G. 
Houck. R. Gary 

Paup, Edward W. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Alford, Melinda L. 

Biggs. Nancy Stearns 

» Bosdyk. Paul R. 

Burke, Ruth Hippel 

Calloway. Kenneth E. 

» Cross. Richard E. 

Dunkle, Debora E. 

Dunn, Read R IH 

» Eidam, Elaine Wetzel 

Feustel, Gail Reichard 

Fisher, Warren L. 

Gerhart, Ronald E. 

Hann, Carol Freeman 

Howe, Wesley A. 

Koval. John E. Jr 

Lauben. Harriet E. 

Mamolen. Paul R. 

Miller. Katherine Ellwood 

Missigman. Maria Testa 

V Palmquist. Dawn Dunning 



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« Palmquist, James R. 

Pugh, Wade W. 

» Robbins, Janice Schwenk 

Spear, Jonathan P. 

Spring-Greenberg, Elayne Myers 

Tischler. Lawrence 

» Wagner, Richard S. 

• Warg, Astrida Kalnins 
Watson, William F. 

» Wilson, .John M. Jr. 
Wrigley, Michael S. 

DONORS 

Amick, W. Thomas 

Bennett, Edith Krouse 

Bessor, Joanne M. 

Boynton, Barbara Anderson 

Brightnian. Fredric A. 

Cunningham, Barbara Jackson 

Davis, Richard C. 

Freeze, Jean Boohar 

» Gethniann, Barton R. 

Greevy, Gloria Zeigler 

Gregg, William B. Jr. 

Hoyt. Arlyne E. 

Hunt, James L. 

Kenny, THila Holm 

Landis, Terry E. 

Lerna 

Losch. Joseph W. Jr. 

Lunt. Ann Eck 

Lyon, Penelope Field 

Meitzler. Ralph H. 

Murphy, Constance Byrd 

Nash, Phillip C. 

Pelleschi, Robert L. 

Robin.son, Paul E. 

Ronca, Robert A. 

Schaefer, Marian Avery 

Schwarz, Susan E. 

» Shafer, Cornelia Greaves 

Siebeil, Judith N. 

Smith, Jeffrey D. 

Spady, Sarah Simon 

Steil. Kenneth M. 

• Twiddy, Herbert W. 
Watkins. Norman J. 

1968 
Total Gifts: $59,056 
Class Participation: 25% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

V Failor. Donald E. 

Myers. Richard L. 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

» Trogner, John S. Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

V Enstine, Raymond W. Jr. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Bythewood, Daniel W. 

Freet, David E. 

» Krauser, David J. 

» Krauser, Patricia MacBride 

Lentz, Catherine Brown 

Swon, James E. 

Younkers, Penny English 



DEAN'S LIST 

Anderson, Dudley N. 
Bednarczyk, Angela McElwain 
Bower, Walter H. Jr. 
Crawford, Susan Hall 

• Hedden, Mary-Jane Swanson 
» Hedden, Richard T. 
Snyder, Larry D. 

Unruh, Robert J. 
Wilt, Richard S. Sr. 
York. Ronald F, 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

<r Fleming, Melvin L. 
Keister, Helen Lehman 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Bosdyk, Billie Ingraham 
Bradbury, Patricia McGuigan 

• Dyer. Carol Ciraham 

• Dyer, William W. 
Elmiger, Linda S. 
Gottschall, Donald 
Graham, William E. 
Groff, Helen TUrner 
Irwin, Gail Hite 
Keiper, Douglas J. 
Kremzier, James R. 
Limbert, Paul M. 
Ochcj, Helen W, 
Pompa, Melodye Hamer 
Sellers, Theresa Pfuhl 
Snyder, Donald R. 
Snyder. Tim A. 

• Sprout, Susan Sipe 
Thunberg. Mark R. 

• Wagner. Lucinda Snyder 
Walker, Craig A. 
Warenda, Raymond J. 
Wasser, Linda Cooney 

• Weaver, Lucille Tebbs 
Zettelmoyer, John D. 

DONORS 
Bordy, Edward R. 

• Capwell, Sandra Plummer 
Cohen, Linda Lev 
Everstine, Bruce 
Freynioyer, Jean Oberholtzer 
» Gethmann, Martha Norton 
Gordon, Richard R. 

Gray, Marilvn Morgan 
Grimm, Charles F. 
Hinkle, James E. 
Hodge, Allan B, 
Huber, Mary Fornalik 
Hughson, Paula Archer 
LaRaia, Jacquelyn Jones 
Markey, E. Lowell U 
McGlasson, 

Cheryl Tatti (deceased) 
Mikolajczyk, Jennifer Adams 
Myers, Anne Becker 
Nagel, Joan Tippett 
Needham. Alan W. 
Rothrock, Frances Sponenberg 
Schmit Jongbloed, Elaine Elmiger 
Solomon, Laurence G. 
Stiner, Fred C. 
Stutzman, Gary L. 
Sydock, Patricia Jenkins 
Woodard. Ruth Raker 



1969 

Total Gifts: $79,745 
Class Participation: 30% 

1812 CLUB 

V Gathman, Beatrice Baird 

• Gathman, David D. 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Krapf, Dallas L. 

• Trogner, Ronalee Bennett 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Hammell, Susan Beauvais 
Lynn, Peter R. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Brown. Joyce Baker 
Castner, Sandra Freitag 
DeRose, James M. 
Northam, Malcolm P. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Bladt. William A. 
Tray, P. Jay 

» Turner. Joan Palmquist 
» Turner. Ralph R. 
Vilushis, George J. 
Yeskey, Use Korneke 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
« Bobick, Carmela DiLuzio 
» Edmonds, Pegg> Giauque 

» Fleming. Harriet Hooven 
Kinley, Wayne E. 
Raboid, Robert W. Jr. 

V Ross, Linda Wabschall 
» Ross, Murray L. 
Taylor, Richard C. Jr. 
Wasson, Gerald A. Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Amico, Joseph M. 

» Anderson, Robert D. 

» Beach, Donald B. 

• Beach, Patricia Deible 

Blaney, Myra Davis 

• Chilton, James A. 

» Chilton, Susan Strohmenger 
Curry, Robert L. Jr. 
Derr. Sandra Lea 
Farrow, Malcom C, IV 
FitzGerald, Joan C. 

• Fritsch, James E. 

• Fritsch, Sharon Smith 
Fry. Arthur L. 

» Harris, David G. L. 
Kitchen, Timothy G. 
Mengle, Kathy E. 
Miller, Diane L. 
Miller, William R. 
Musheno, Michael C. 

• Pickles, Janet Olpp 
» Rupert, Richard A. 
Santucci, Mark A, 

• Schaeffer, Peter B. 
Sherwood, Richard H. 
Stanley, Ronald J. 
Stere, Linda K. 



» Walker, Robert W. 
» Walker, Sally Walton 
Way, Thomas C, 
Well, Jacqueline Titus 
» Zimmerman, Thomas A. 

DONORS 

» Andes. William J. 
Bird, Pamela 
Bowden, Paul T. 
Brown, Linda Chase 
Brushett, Lynda A. 

• Capwell. John C. 
Camiichael. Lois Dietz 
Deal, Frances P. 
Denard. Susan Ross 
Drosback, Gary E. 

• Engley, Hollis L. 
Frick, Jean Gamble 

» Good, Juanita Robinson 
Gras, Carole A. 
Gruner, Stephen W. 
Hensel. Judith Clement 
Hurr, Wayne M. 
Jerva, David J. 
Lleras. Linda Phillips 
Long, Judith Jackson 
Lytic, Samuel R. 
Malloy Bramstedt, Mary 
May, Frederick J. 
Riner. Mayetta (Sam) 
Sheridan, Judith Bowen 
Shouldice, P. Thomas 
Smith, Joan Purpura 

• Twiddy, Eileen King 

1970 

Total Gifts: $58,929 
Class Participation: 30% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Campbell, Melvin H. Jr. 
» Failor, Marilyn Phillippy 
Spencer, Cheryl Eck 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

» Croyle, Thomas B. 

Gehman. Dwight D, 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Bower, Gary A. 

• Bower, Lynn Salmons 
Hamilton, Barry C. 
Scott, James G. 
Skok, Wallace T. Jr. 
Watters, Richard C. 
Yaw, E. Eugene 

DEAN'S LIST 
Russell, Richard A. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Ayres. Robert A. 
Gallagher, William J. HI 
Paris, Betty Kuhns 
TUrnbaugh, William A. 
Waltz, Michael L. 



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CENTURY CLUB 

Acuff. Kathy J. 

• Anderson, Mary Beth Craig 
Azzalina. Joseph A. Jr. 
Barletl, Philip J. 

Baslvin, Elizabeth Provost 
Chapter, Linda Ropp 

• Downey, Carol Edgerton 

• Faranda-Diedrich, Peter W. 
Ginter, Jay J.C. 

Hater, Forest E. Jr. 
Handy, Scott L. 
Hullfish. Marylyn Olafsen 
Keller. Richard B. 
Lubin, Anne Yoxtheimer 
» Movie Harris, Ellen 
» Pickles, William W. 
Quinn, Jo Ann M. 

• Schenk, David VV. 
Siegrist, Raymond 
Starzer-Farrell, Kathryn 
Taylor, Carol Devitt 
Watson, Alicelynne 
Zeigler, Ralph E. Jr. 

DONORS 

« Anderson, Mary Hammond 

» Andes. Cynthia Joseph 
Ball, Richard W. 
Bowers, Nancy Corter 
Browne, Philip L. 
Cuzzupi, Teresa M. 
Dellinger, Ross 
Emmick, Stephen K. 

• Engley. Diane Dorchester 
Ferguson. Richard W, 
Fortney-Doyle, Roberta 
Frank, Frederick J. 
Hair, John C. 

Horean, Mark H. 

• Jensen, Eugene F. Jr. 
Lesher, Dennis C. 
Ludwigsen, Dorothy McNelly 
McRoberts, John C. 
Montgomery, Arthur L. 
Odell, John F Jr. 

Potten, Daleta W hite 
Potter, Daryl \an Pelt 
Pumphrey, Janet G. 
Rhone, Jane Harriman 
» Shivetts, Thomas M. 
Spaccasi, Janet Welliver 
Stewart, Susan C. 
Swimelar. Gregory T. 
Tanger. Andrew B. 
Underwood, Charles E. 
Watson, John E. 
Wieboldt, Carol Spencer 
Worobec, William R. 
Wright, Kenneth E. 
Yost, Glenda Moser 

1971 

Total Gifts: $32,679 
Class Participation: 33% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Younger, Alvin M. Jr. 



CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

» Enstine, Gwendolyn Gehman 
Erdly, Dale K. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Coleman. Peter B. 
Fletcher, R. Janice 
Livingstone, Thomas Jr. 
» Schweder, J. Michael 



DEAN'S LIST 


MacAdam, Douglas W. 


• Herdman, David A. 


McElwee, Ronald S. 


Pino, Alfred 


Olsen. William O. 


Ruhl, Kendra Shuey 


Pardee, Carol Wright 


Shaffer, John B. 


» Schepis, Tony K. 


Shlimbauni, Lark Rand 


Seaman. Jana Barber 


Siburt, Kathryn E. 


Thompson, Douglas C. 


» Smith, James W. 


Van Du.sen. Sandra L. 


• Smith, Laureen Connolly 


Webb. Donald R. 




V Williamson-Hall, Barbra 


ASSOCIATES' CLUB 


Wood, William J. U 


Bucke, Andrew A. 


1972 


» Crowe, Carol Vaira 


• Crowe, John P. 


Total Gifts: $49,120 


» Jones, Robert D. 


Class Participation: 30% 


CENTURY CLUB 


1812 CLUB 


Becker, Rupert S. L. 


Stout, Steven J. 



Brown, Douglas G. 
» Dorval, Arthur E. Jr. 
» Dorval. Nancy Firestine 
» Downey, Donn E. 
» Faranda-Diedrich, Stella 
Gage, Wells H. Jr 
Genther, Edward J. HI 
Harding, David B. 
Hartz, John C. 
Jakubowicz, Dennis M. 
Jimenez-Joseph, Daisy 
KaufTman, Charles A. 
Loeliger, J. Randolph 
• Lovett, J. Michael 
McBrinn, Richard J. 
McCanna, Jeffrey F. 
Miceli, Marilyn A. 
Moody, James H. 
» Movie. William J. Ill 
Osgood, Lloyd B. 
Pietrovito, James A. 
Reber. James C. Jr 
» Reed, David L. 
» Reed, Diane Hinson 
» Rhoads, Lynn Wallis 
Ruddy, Karlene Wakefield 
» Schaeffer, Joan Gregory 
Smith, Wayne 1. 
» Wilson, Marcia Gordon 
Yetter, A. Lewis 
Zack, Richard T. 

DONORS 

Askin, R. Christopher 
Befumo, Jeffrey C. 
Carlson, John P. 
Curley, William J. 
Dempsey, Barbara Sasso 
Dertzbaugh, Frank M. Ill 
» Dreese, Darryl R. 
Farrell, Douglas G. 
Flood, Pamela Kennedy 
Fuqua, Elizabeth Huntzinger 



Haddad, Lydia Gonzalez 
• Hall, Melvin E. Jr. 

Hawley, Robert P 
Hooper, David J. 
Incitti, Marilyn Blechner 
Jones, Frederick M. 
Jones, Randy S. 
Kopitsky, David M. 
Krot/er, Mary Jane Homer 
Krug, Tom V. Jr. 



TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Lowry, Rosanna Roles 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

• Croyle, Ruth Wilkinson 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Kern, Craig A. 

Rauff, Jeffrey W. 

» Schweder, .\nnette Weaver 

DEAN'S LIST 

Case. James E. 
Evans, William E. 

• Herdman, Christine Kruk 
Kramer. Lynn D, 
Rismondo, Linda Sheetz 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Glenn, James L, 
Hughes, Donald W. 

• Jones, Cherolyn Messer 
Keller, Rodney B. 
Martinsen, Margaret McGuigan 
Montgomery. John W. 

Ralston. Deborah D. 
Rodarmel, Rennel William 
Shimi, Joann E, 

CENTURY CLUB 

Barnes, Scott G. 

Block, Barbara Edieman 

Cone, Michael S. 

Hannum, Mark E. 

» Lovett, Ruth Hackley 

» Moyle, Molly Woods 

» Nellen, Gunther F. 

» Nellen, Lynn Holl 

Patti, Victor 

» Rhoads, Richard W. 

» Rupert, Alison Seminerio 

» Schenk, Susan Dietrich 



Shaw, Robert W 
Slaugh. Martin W. 
Spies, Gary R, 
Stover, Douglas R. 
Thomas, Jacqueline M. 
Wasser, Eric J . 
Weller, Hugh J. (deceased) 
Werner, David F. 
Winner, James R. HI 

DONORS 

Armbrust, Keith D. 
Barlett, Janet Turzak 
Bennett. Jean A 
Briar, George M. Jr. 
» Cetuk. Norman B. 

• Cetuk, Virginia Samuel 
» Dreese, Donna Fisher 
Drick. Gerald F,. 

» Duncan, Ann Phillips 
Eisenbeis, Richard E. 
Goodyear, Barbara G. 
Griggs, Judy Kalinuwski 
Barer. .M, Peter 
Hickcy, Marcia Wilson 
Howell. Cynthia Payne 
Lindsay. Carol R, 

• Maurer, Gail Pearce 
McCoy, Eleanore Weston 
Moore, Stephen J. 
Nau. Martm E. 

Noyes, Susan E. 
Poorman, Roger C. 
Richmond. Norman L. 
Schellhase. Ronald .F. 

• Schepis, Linda Morrison 
Schmidt, Peggy L. 

• Sector, Douglas L 

» Shivetts, Deborah Endweiss 
Skasko, Marilyn Minnich 
Tanger, Sandra (ioodyear 
Walker, Richard D. 
Wange, Holly Curry 

1973 
Total Gifts: $19,761 
Class Participation: 36% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Langdon, Daniel R. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Checchia, Elizabeth Johnson 
» Coleman, Christine Warren 

• Schoch, Carol Marsland 
» Schoch, David L. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Clark, Murl E. 

Knox, Andrew G. Jr. 
» Montesano, Joseph A. Jr. 
Spadoni, Christopher T. 
Sylk, Barbara Lovcnduski 

• Weekes, Lillian 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Anonymous 

Chirgotis. Candice M. 
Coleman, Holly Clark 
Mangeney, Victor T, 
McCall, Charles W, 
Smith, Sherne Burton 



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Snyder, Robert L. II 
Thompson, Newell I. HI 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anspacher, Jeffrey C. 
Balduino, Lynne Pinchbeck 
Bamberger, David W. Jr. 
Bishop, William H. 

Bond, Melanic R. 
Burket, Robert W. Jr. 
Chaapel, Carol Appleman 
Chilton, Robert W. Jr. 
ColesHorthy, Pamela Banes 
Currie, Donald V. 
Dartt, Brenda Wlllcutt 
Davis, Rebecca L. 
Domsky, Ira M. 
Erion, Celia Hinds 
Graybill, Robert A. 
Hill. Judith M. 
Howden, Robert C. 
Knight, James G. 
Kwiatkowski, Diane 
Langston, Joan Schrade 
Lloyd, David M. 
Muthler, Stephen K. 
Rhodes, Alan C. 

• Richardson, Jane Wentz 

• Shannon, Carl F. 

• Smith, C. Jeffrey 

» Smith, Nancy "Ricciarone 

Souder, Donald L. 

Strongman, Esther Williams 

Teasley, John C. 

Valentine, Patricia J. 

Vargo, Keith E. 

Vilkas. Katherine Durney 

Zanella. Francis E. 

« Zimmerman, June Kilgus 

Zutterling, Richard A. 

DONORS 

Adams, Mark R. 
Bachman, Mark K. 
Belton, Curtis R. 
Bloodgood, Betty Allbritten 
Beyer, Harold R. 
Carver. Terry L. 
Calherman, Charles W. Jr 
Clarke, Christine Wilshusen 

• DiMichele, Lucinda Hamilton 
» DiMichele. Stephen W. 

» Duncan. Jeffrey H. 
Evans. Beth Sheehan 
Everhart. Dorothy E. 
Fertig. Allen R. 
Forshee, C. Wesley Jr. 
Gicking, William R. 
» Grove, Deborah Evans 
Grubb, Bruce E. 
Halbert, Nancy Ellis 
Hanrahan. Phyllis Mongiello 
Holt, Frederick R. 
Incognito, James N. 
Jackson. David B. 

• Jensen. Janet White 

» Krall. Clarita Andemian 
» Krall, Stanley J. 
Kremser, Andrea Opetosky 
Lavoie, Mary Burke 
Lecce, Pamela R. 
Longley, Carol Indruk 
Lyter, John R. 



McCullough, Barbara Zeigler 

McMahon, James C. 
Miller, Marc A. 
Miller, Richard A. 
Mohr, Bctly Hebblewaite 
Moiino, Melissa Wachter 
Morgan, Joan M. 
Nadel, Paul V. 
Nelson, George W. 
» Peterson, Daniel F. 
» Peterson, Sue Cooper 
Raub. Thomas G. 
Robson. Sue Fitzgerald 
Rowe, Rebecca Box 

• Solis, William M. 
Sroka. William J. 
Sundheimer. Sandra Swarts 
Sutton. Jane Hertzler 
Thomas, Barbara Coates 
Weintraub, Sandra 
Wood, Ann Bell 

Voder, W. Scott 
Zecha. Angelyn B. 

1974 
Total Gifts: $14,354 
Class Participation: 29% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Beamer, Thomas R. 

» Heil. John A. 

» Heil, Patricia Ward 

Kelley, James H. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Strode, R. Brinton Jr. 
Wiser, Steven R. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Anonymous 

Barber, Kenneth W. 
Barrow, Cheryl Bennett 
Dickinson, .4lyce M. 
Draude, Theodore R. 
Fowlston. Thomas J. 
Macpherson, Sherry L. 
» Newton, Barry L. 
Whiteaker, Pamela Bateman 

CENTURY CLUB 

V Bahnuk, Linda Knechel 

• Bahnuk, Timothy N. 
Barnhart, M. Louisa 

Billman. Margaret Montgomery 

Clark, Karen Newhouser 

Clay. Anne Vidinghoff 

Cober, L. Randall 

Farrell, David M. 

Franklin, David L. 

Heffernan. William C;. 

Johnson, Barbara Furze 

» Kaczmarczyk, Joseph M. 

Kelchner, Dean C. 

Kelman, Jane Hutson 

Kramer, Cathy E. 

LaRocea, James N. 

» Latagliata. Anthony E. 

Marck, John R. 

Paulick. Karen Luce 

» Richardson, Andrew M. 



« Romeo, Ann Rosbach 

• Romeo, Larry R. 

Rovvc, Sarah Bertrand 

« Shannon, Christine Smith 

Smith Culin, Suzanne Cathy 

Smith, Ronna Thompson 
Springman. David L. 
Stack, Andrew C. 
Stackhouse, Deborah Fox 
Tannahill, Robert S. 
» Weaver, Carl A. 

DONORS 

Benson. Bernard L. Jr. 
Boop. Kathie Gettle 
Brungardt. Karen Knouse 

Carpenter, Bruce E. 
Chickey, Natalie Epinger 

• Dickinson, Cynthia Brosnahan 
Dinger, Russell E. 

Farish. Vicki G. 
Fish, Lincoln C. 
Gilson, Robert F. 
Gower, Sharon Meade 
Hainsworth, Janice Helhowski 
Hammett. David F. 
Heerse, Glenn E. 
Hughes, Diane Stalker 
Hulslander, Stephen N. 
Komer, Esther Leppler 
Kownacki, Raymond F. 
Lainbert-Brown. Nancy 
Lasher. William G. 
Lipcsey, Peter F. 
Mazzante, John R. 
McCreight, Nancy Wenrich 

• Milberger, Cynthia Weiss 

• Milberger, Thomas J. 
Miller. Frederick C. 
Miriello, Dedre Sandmeyer 
Neidig. William L. 

» Ness, George E. Jr. 

» Pile, Jane Zorica 

<r Pile, Mark T. 

Pownall, Douglas R. 

Radwilowicz, Elizabeth Megargle 

Sarie. Jean B. 

Singleton, Bonnie Patton 

Staib, James F. 

Stauffer, Jerry E. 

» Stoecker, Leigh A. 

» Templon. Michelle Fiore 

• Templon. Rodney D. 
Toinlmson, Christiana Rees 
» Townsend-Ness. Martha 
Ulman, H. Lewis 111 
Wight, Pamela 

Wright, Daniel P. 
Wynn, Todd A. 

• Zimmerman, Jay E. 

» Zimmerman, Linda Meals 



1975 

Total Gifts: $34,053 
Class Participation: 29% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

» Detwiler, David E. Ill 
Schultz, Linda Post 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Flanagan, Susan Bartz 
» Lamade, Charles D. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

V Beamer, Gail Gleason 

Grivner, Carl J. 
Klein, Paul S. 
McLachlan, Mark C. 
Milici, Anthony J. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Gaye, Kathleen Tighe 

• Viggiano, Christopher A. 

• Viggiano, Nancy 0' Bryan 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Confer, Lorraine Carpenter 
<p Hartranft, Daniel L. 
Kuska, John J. Jr. 

» Newton. Melissa Le Page 

CENTURY CLUB 

Albertson, Douglas E. 
Bagonis, Anthony J. 
Benin. Dana E. 

V Bingham. Pamela Palmquist 
Datres. Kristine D. 

» Davis. Karen Muthler 
» Davis, Kenneth W. 
Dincher, Larry J. 
Erik.sen. Alice Parrott 
Faro. Janet H. 
Flanagan, Tom J. 
« Gonzalez, Diane Morgan 

• Gonzalez, Rick F. 
Hallowell, Karen Suplee 

» Kaczmarczyk, Carolyn Hanlon 

V Keenan, Linda Gray 
Knaster, Charles A. 
Koppenheffer. William C. 

» Latagliata. Patricia Zimmer 
» Leahy. Robert J . 
Lynch, Caroline Marple 
» MacGill, Creighton W. 
May, Roger H. 
O'Donnell, S. Ellen Sharkey 
Rowland, Lois Smires 
Schwenke, Ann Aubrey 
Shope, Steven M. 
Shortway, Greg H. 
Simek, Thomas C. 
Stover, David R. 

• Techtmann. James W. 
Testa. Francis P. 
Threlfall, Nancy Sass 
Witzel, Ken 

» Wooster, Richard L. 

» Wooster. Sheila Kennedy 

• Yerkes, Andrea Bauer 



LIST OF DONORS 



DONORS 

Baker. Shirley Rahuck 
Bellardine. Elizabeth Smith 
Bernard, David B. 
Bird, Jane Woodruff 
Bushong, Carl E. 
Craven Holly C. 
Davis, Marsha Mills 

• Dickinson. Thomas E. 
Duquette. Constance Dickman 
Clancy. William E. 

Green, Karen Shafer 
Knutsen, Alice Pedersen 

• Marcinkevich, Edward A. 

» Marcinkevich, Jan Priestley 

McCreery, Katherine Clendinning 

Ostergaard, Kri,stin M. 

Sheaffer, Bruce R. 

Smith, Glenn T. 

Snook, Carol L. 

» Spokas, Maureen Libby 

• Spokas, Willis J. 
Titko, Nancy Colby 
Van Amam. Peter W. 
Whitehurst, Charles E. 
Winters, Keith G. 
Zimmer. Robin D. 

1976 

Total Gifts: $8,490 
Class Participation: 26% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Haller, Virginia A. 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Billman, Carol McDivitt 
Larson, Roger L. 

• Trump, Douglas P. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Carlucci, William P. 

Clark. Daniel F 
» DiMarco, Gwendolyn Bailey 
» DiMarco. John C Jr. 
Fletcher, Joseph A. 
Johnson, Steven P. 
Perrotto. John F. Jr 
Walsh, David A. 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Bingham, John R. 
Christy, Nancy Beecher 

Coates. J. Wesley Jr 

D'Angelo, David C. 

DeNyangos, Nancy Schweikert 

Edwards, Roxanne Copp 

Hals, Max W. 

» Keenan, John S. Ill 

Kroc. Vicki Nirmaier 

Levegood. William L. 

» Lockwood, Allen F. 

» Lockwood, Annette Weaver 

McLean, Haydn J. 

Parker. Margaret F. 

Roberts, Steven D. 

Seuren, Andrea D, 

• Shorb, John C. 

» Tillman, Holly Wells 
Woodworth, Evelvn Kilshaw 



DONORS 

Albright, Cynthia Bacon 
Bernstine, Gwen Nelson 

• Besancon. Paul H. Jr. 
Bird. Alexandre M. 
Burns, Terence K. 
Burpee. Linda Collins 
Cifrese, Frank P. 
Dougherty, Paul E. 
Elkinton, Lynn Moodie 
Fleagle, Constance Eddy 
Getz, Steven L. 

» Grove, John P. 
» Hamby, F. Denise 
Hickok, Fred E. 
.lenkin, Dcbra A. 
» Keely, Peter W. 
Luneau, Kathy Chalmers 
Meyer. Kris Glover 
Pedersen, Harry N. 
Peterman, Lewis C. 
» Ruiz. Anthony J. 
» Ruiz. Louise Hewson 
Sandmeyer-Bryan. Debbie 
Sellers, Jerri Fritzo 
Shannon, Patricia S. 

• Sherrick, Audrey Hons 
» Sherrick, Earl C. UI 
Simmers. William C. 

» Solis, Audrey Nubile 
Spargo, James A. 
Stevens-Piispanen, Gail 
Wagner, Jeffrey A. 
Wojcicki, Michael J. 

1977 
Total Gifts: $10,789 
Class Participation: 28% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Ciaughan, W. Clark 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Billman, Jeffrey D. 
Brooks, Paul A. 
Lenig, Deborah Whitfield 
Roberts, Da>id \\. 
« Trump, Debra Lingo 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Dearing, Barbara Seese 
Dilley, Patricia Sharpley 
Hand, Thomas B. Jr. 

• Hartranft, Susan Carrell 
Kindler, Frank M. 
Smith, Stanley A. 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Bell. Linda Nunan 
» Bell. Stephan E. 
» Bellino. Philip A. 
Belton, Nancy West 
Berninger, Samuel W. 
Borja. Steven T. 
Cuny. Linda Lit/elman 
Dubitsky, Gregory M. 
Frazza. Peter J. 
Gingrich, John A. 
Hall, Stuart L. Jr. 

• Kepler. Andrea Besancon 
» Leahy. Beth Wallace 



Leopold, Deborah Hoffman 

• MacGill. Christina Eck 
Nelson, John P. Jr. 
Petniunas, Susan Fracaroli 
Pettit-Waldner. Linda 
Raczkowski, Ton! Panetta 
Schrader, John R. Hi 
Seymour. Jack D. 

» Shorb, Nancy Sullivan 
» Tillman, Thomas J. 
» Tino, Anthony E. 
» Wallace, Linda Lady 
» Wallace, Stephen W. 
Wuerthner. William R. 
» Yerkes, Mark A. 
Young, Kerry W. 
Zent, Sheila A. 

DONORS 

• Besancon. Lynn Martin 
» Boyer, Bonnie Cury 

• Boyer, Robert C. 
Crabtree, Joel A. 
Eiswerth, Charlene M. 
Graybill, Gary R. 
Green, John C. 

Hartnett. Barbara-Jean Burkart 
Hofmann, Nancy Hubka 
Karabinus, Cynthia Miller 
» Keely, .Anne Johnson 
Klagholz, Janet Babcock 
Lavery. Robert B. Sr. 
Mull. Margaret Megill 
Propert, Jim E. 
Quinn, Dennis P. 
Robinson, Nancy Woodman 
Seeley. Jeffery A. 
Smith, Jeffrey S. 
Soprano, Michael J. 
Spang, Jeffrey W. 

• Spangler, Stephanie Malay 
Steiner. Randall W, 

Tucker. Bruce R. 

Violand. Ronald J. 

Woolever, Patricia Stoutenburg 

1978 
Total Gifts: $9,465 
Class Participation: 27% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Morris, Nanci Davis 

Sweeney. Linda Porr 

DEAN'S LIST 

Gold, Edward D. 
Radomicki, Raymond J. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Dearing, David L. 
Dinsmore, Susan Kovalick 
McDonald, Timothy D. 
Weisenburger, Patricia Marr 

CENTURY CLUB 

Altebrando, Nicholas V. 

» Bellino. Diane Yuska 
» Bird, Edward K. 
» Bird, Jane Snyder 

» Johnson. Dominic G. 

» Johnson. Gwendolyn Sterling 

Kant, Michael A. 



» Kepler. Douglas R. 

Koehl, Kimberly Martin 

Leader, Jerry L. 

Leathers. Donald J. 

Lepley, Erman E. Jr. 

Lcsnewich, Robert K. 

McGinn, Gerard L. 

Miller, Andreas H. 

Reeder. Jeffrey 

» Sibley, Barbara Lynch 

Smith, Lynette Laylon 

Stites, John B. 

» Techtmann, Michelle Monell 

Thomas. Jeffrey G. 

Thomas, Michael L. 

» Tino, Karen Marek 

DONORS 

Barletta, Richard L. 
Bierly, Raye Francis 
Burnstein, Lawrence A. 

Cahoon, Marieann SmyrI 
DiMarco, James A. 
Donnelly, Elaine Michewicz 
Dwyer, Marci Schultz 
Finn, Ruth Cloud 
» Harris, April Woods 
» Harris. Jan E. 
Hines, Richard E. 
Honlhumb. Deborah D. 
Jalonski, Martin P. 
Jamieson. Joyce Gudmundson 
Jones, Nancy Goetz 
» Kudcr. Joseph M. Ill 
Lank, Laura Coghlan 

• Leffler. Julie Eighmey 
Malarz. Patricia Hykes 
Manturi, Fay Geaneas 
Marsh, Steven A. 
Morris. Gretchen Booth 
Phillips, Gertrude P. 
Quinn. J. John 111 
Roscquist, Mary J. 
Rzomp, Kimberly McCarthy 
Scheffey, Jeannine Firsching 
» .Schneider, Nanka Arsenovic 

• Simone, Frank J. 

» Spangler, Russell J. Jr. 

• Sticco, Linda Bjorlo 
» Sticco, Michael J. 
T\irous-Corbin, Nancy 
Weaver, Mary Price 
Williams. Susan Sharkey 

1979 

Total Gifts: $5,875 
Class Participation: 25% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Holdren, Kenneth A. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Kelly. Timothy J. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Chilson, Roger D. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Baker, Thomas S. 

Beasley. William D. 
Bomman. T. Tyron 



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Li i( t O F DONORS 



Brown, Michael S. 

Butler, Gerald P. Jr. 

» Cangialosi, Lorraine Royack 

» Cangialosi, Richard P. 

Davenport, Stephen F. 

Exiine, John D. 

Fuhrman, Ann Weitzel 

Gwiazdowski, Stephen F. 

Hovey, Steven R. 

Kinn, Larry L. 

Orris. Suzanne Caldwell 

» Sibley, Kenneth D. 

Tanfani. Joseph R. Jr. 

Taylor, Susan deBruin 

Vilushis, David W. 

» Wilkins, Susan Burkhard 

» Young. Kim Kramer 

» Young. Roy N. 

DONORS 

Baran, Cynthia M. 
Bolig, Kimberly Lazar 
Davis, Laurie Grefe 
Dembin, Andrev\ H. 
Duff, Keith J. 

Fredo, Kiniberlee Hoffman 
Goetting, Keith J. 
Gooch. Sheila Mitchell 
Gracia, Stephanie Benanti 
Granato. Russell J. 
Griffith. Erica Fischer 
Gruhb. Carol Gross 
Johnson, Diane Stirone 
Klotz, Stephen K. 
Latini, Vincent L. 
» LeftJer. William P. Jr. 
Lewis, Robert K. Jr. 
Little. Daniel B. 
McCracken, Mark K. 
McGill, Barry S. 
Monico, Joyce Leahy 
O'Hanlon. Nancy Gallery 
Russell. Blaine Q. 
» Schneider, David W. 
V Sinione, Anna Nawalany 
Smith, Mark K. 
Speicher, Gretchen Rearick 
Spring. Gary J. 
• Townley. Rosalind Myers 
Wood, Daniel C. L. 

1980 

Total Gifts: $9,108 
Class Participation 26% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Fultz, D. Mark 
Gonzalez, Jorge F. 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Sloter. Jolene Hall 
» Sloter. Stanley W. 
Stavoy, Thomas G. 
Van Horn, Joseph M. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Kendrick, Catherine Gregory 
Russell, Steven J. 

» Vodoklys, Carolyn Carr 

CENTURY CLUB 

Adams, Rick D. 



Allen. Edward V. 
Argall, David G. 
» Bonshock. Michael R. 
Burd. Jeffrey M. 
Carter, Eloise Bachman 
Crowe. Ro\ W. 
Curry, Drew C. 
Dincher, (iary M. 
Fallon. ,\nne Parry 
Hathaway, .\rthur VV. 
Huff, D. Tim 
Lea, John H. HI 
» Marmo. Christopher P. 
» Marmo. Jane Colella 
Protasio, Charles F. 
Raynor. William A. 
Reed. Jennifer Lynch 
Roberts, Leslie V. 
Simatos, James C. 
Snook. Raymond E. HI 
Tinkham, Jonathan A. 

DONORS 

Anderson, William T. 
Barr, Bruce A. 
Burns, Robert Joseph Jr. 
Campbell, Sandra Musheno 

» Coapman. Tammy Woodward 
Cooney. Mari Laser 
Firsching, Nadine K. 
Greenly, Lynn OhI 
Herrera. Leslie 
Hoy, Helen Tborne 
Johnson, Gil A. 
» Kuder. Karen Kapitan 
Lockcuff, Laurie Lesber 

• Ludwig. Dale A, Jr 

» Meyers. Kelly O' Bryan 
Neil. John S. 
Petrik, Laurie Shea 
Poukish, Daniel A. 
Powell, Donald A. Jr. 
Seitzer. Richard A. 
Spruill, Timothy L. 

• Townley. Peter J. 
» Trostle. Donald J. 

» Trostle, Nancy Omstead 
Vinci, Karen Ensslen 
Wool. Lisa K. 

1981 

Total Gifts: $10,810 
Class Participation: 35% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Garrett. Jeffrey W. 
Kachline, Nancy A. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Anonymous 
Burd. Richard A. 
Dejoseph, Paul M. 
Goldherg-Vegotsky. Nancy 
Jennings. James T. 
Reese, Diane L, 
Tnpp, Beverly Stormer 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Burnett, Carl D. Ill 

Carpenter-Israel. Wendy 
Harvey. Francis C. Jr 
» Vodoklys. Steven F. 



CENTURY CLUB 

Adams, Donna Adie 

• Bonshock, Terre Pensyl 
Cappetto. Lawrence G. 

» Caravaggio. Susan Burch 
Clark, Janet Bryant 
Duda, Charles A. 
Hannaford. David C. 
Harris. Cheryl Speicher 
Jacob. Lisa Kaier 
Masser. Janet A. 
Murray. John T 11 
» Persun. Andrew M. 
» Persun. Beth Wywiorski 
Siertle, Robert W. 
Sinnott. Robert J. 
Stankaitis, Vickie Myers 
» Teller James B. 
» Todd. Mark R. 
Turner Donna Cressey 
» Virgulti. Heather Manley 

• Walton, Lisa A. 

DONORS 

Alvarado, Renee A. 

• Beierschmitt. Mark J. 
Brodbeck. Sharon McGinnis 
Butcher, Donna Brown 
Canary, Joanna Schaedel 

» Coapman. Jack W. Jr 
Dahlgren, Kim E. 
Ebhert. Gregory M. 
» Fisk. Andrew 

• Fisk. Brenda Baldwin 
Frieri. Donna Fisher 
Fuess, Frederick F. 

» Ganoe. Anne Goodyear 
» Ganoe. Robert C. 
Gessner, James C. 
Green, Karen Patricia 
Harman, Nancy J. 
Hoover Ronald W. 
Klees. Jack D. 
» Meyers. Stephen M. 
Minick, Kathryn S. 

• Murray. Laura Sokolowski 
Oberlin. David A. 
Paustian. Patricia Nezeiek 
Penman, Todd R. 

Rabe. Jane Pahls 
» Vasey. Brian D. 
Weigl. Lori Arendt 
Werkheiser, James B. 

1982 
Total Gifts: $4,820 
Class Participation: 21% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Hoerner, Nancy A. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Anonymous 

Huber, Sharon Beck 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Eberly. Nevin E. 
Rubin. Barth E. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Boumnaia. Cynthia Strand 
Brady. Kathleen Cody 



• Caravaggio. Steven 
DeMarco, Kathryn Dahl 
Eggleston, Stacy Mangle 
Hess, Thomas D. 
Kerper, Lisabeth Bossert 
Pinkman. Michael J. 
Seward. Carolyn Stone 
Trometter, Rita Renn 
TXirner, David C, 

» Virgulti. Joseph M. 

• Wilkins. J. Michael 

DONORS 

Anderson, Michele Kann 

Capwell. Daniel A. 
DeOraw. Kenneth J. Jr 
Eisele, Carolyn Gernert 
Ekey, James B. 
French, Ronald S. 
Gheres, Amy L. 
Hackman, Cheryl L. 
Hamilton. Michael J. 
Kerr. Randy J. 
Krein, Diane Merrill 
Macafee, Denise Babcock 
Martin. Joan Agnor 
McCabe, John J. 
Miller Karen Griesel 
Moore, Jacquelyn Zamarra 
Mowry. Gerald R. 
Nau. Loretta Hoffman 
Piersol. Thomas W. 
Poticher, Heidi Lesber 
Quigley, Rhonda Fike 
Smith, Robert J. 
Sweet, Rehekah B. 
Wood. Margaret Combs 

1983 

Total Gifts: $12,560 
Class Participation: 18% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

» Dooley, Arthur D. 
» Dooley, Margory Hill 
Gibbon, Mark A. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Bentz. Bonnie Spease 

• Callanan. Ellen Talbert 

» GaNung. Kathy Zechman 
Heini, Barbara B. 

Miller. Timothy I. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

James, Kim 
Read, Robin A. 

Stamm, Susan J. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Arthur-Tressler, Kimberly 

Brow n-Levine, Joan 
Kuhlman, Jeffrey G. 
Steckler, Gail D. 

» Todd. Tamara Smith 

DONORS 

• Beierschmitt. Laura Klamiann 
Foris, Andrew J. 

Garben, Werner M. 

Giranda. Chris D. 



DONOR PROFILE 





Donor: 

Linda Porr Sweeney '78 

Location: 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Major: 

Political Science 

Career: 

Lawyer: Partner, 

Porr & Devine, LLC 

Giving: 

► Consistent donor to 

Lycoming Annual 

Fund at the 

President's Cabinet 



Linda Poit Sweeney came to Lycoming College with the thought of 
becoming a journalist until, she says, "Mike Roskin hemorrhaged red 
ink on one of my papers." 

Instead she became smitten with the law after a constitutional law 
course with Dr. Ernest Giglio. The textbook is still on her bookshelf. 

Ironically, although she chose the legal profession over journalism, 
she believes she does more writing in her job as a lawyer than she 
might have done as a journalist. 

Her legal career has emphasized civil litigation; and over the years, 
she has come to concentrate her energies on defending physicians in 
hospitals from medical malpractice suits, 'i believe that 1 enjoy the 
medicine more than the law,'" she says. 

Some 20 years ago. 40% of the students in her class at Villanova 
School of Law were women. "Very few of us have continued practic- 
ing without interruption. Those of us who stayed around are now 
enjoying the fruits of [that commitment]." 

Linda has been able to balance both a very demanding career and a 
family. She is married to Joe Sweeney and has three children: Maggie, 
13; Joe, 11; and Jack. 5. 

While she has felt the Mommy tug on many mornings, "My passion 
for the work has kept me going. 1 like what I'm doing," she says. 

Linda also likes giving back. "A large part of the reason why I am 
where I am today is Lycoming." she says. 

There's one more reason: "When I was at Lycoming, I got financial 
support," says Linda. I want to be able to help those who came 
after me." 



Class of 1978 
25th Reunion 
Giving Chair 



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Greene, Gail Reichenbacher 
Hanner, Catherine Girardi 
Hein. Leah Davis 
Hill. Kathleen C. 
» Horn. Timothy R. 
» Kimura, Russell G. 
May, Gerald S. Jr. 
Migliarese, Joseph E. 
Milnes, Nancy Baylor 
Moore. Kimberly Paul 
Moules. Keith 
» Munay. Daniel W. 
» Valentine. Perry W. 
» Vasey. Joanne Masser 
Webster, Patricia F. 
Yanuzzi, Peter M. 

1984 

Total Gifts: $9,847 
Class Participation: 20% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

V Detwiler, Rita Ciurlino 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Johnson, Carol E. 

DEAN'S LIST 

• Callanan. John D. 
Shannon, Joseph B. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Ritter, Wade E. 

Reph. Linda J. 
Techtmann. William P. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Birriel. Larry K. 
Bowman, Patricia L. 
Brown, Timothy D. 

Connaghan. George P. 
Johnson. Tracy Gift 
McGeorge, Anne M. 
» North. William J. 
Ruskey. John S. 
Umstead, George A. 

DONORS 
Basch, Michael D. 

» Cilento. Alexander C. Ill 
Cipolla. Lynn Cruickshank 
Ciraolo, Mary Zwisle 
Dorf. Elizabeth Wilson 
Finkler, James F. 
Hack, Susan Wolfe 
» Horn, Teresa Cox 
Kaufman, William R. 
Lester, Esther L. 

• Ludwig, Dori Yeagle 
Mann, Kevin L. 
Martin, Stephen .\. 
Miller, Susan Ciampa 
Moore, Susan Morris 
Morgan, Mark L. 
Murray. Patricia Stundon 
» Noone, Joseph C. 
Russell, Eleanore Laut 
Ryan, Sharon Viilano 

» Valentine, Patricia McDonald 
Wallace, Elizabeth Halsey 



1985 
Total Gifts: $4,835 
Class Participation: 16% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Harris, Jeffrey D. 

» GaNung, Mark A. 
» Warner, David S, 

• Warner, Lynn Berardo 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Dezii, Dawn 

» Hessert, S. William Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Berdomas, Wendy DeYulis 

Brown. Barbara Higgins 
» Burger. Patricia Loomis 
» Burger. Roben J. 
Creamer, Karen Kolodziej 

• Ernst. John B. II 

• Ernst, Margret DelBianco 
Finkelstein, Mark 
Greenberg, Mary Yorio 
Logue, Stephen P. 
Pease, Michael F. 

Pida, Michael F. 
Stern, Larry E. 

DONORS 

Arnold, Barbara Dodd 

Bantlcld. Deborah J, 

Bunts. Robert Jesse Jr 

Combs. Heather A. 

» Ludwig-Cilento. Mary Beth 

» Noone. Janet Braun 

Ocello, Suzanne Nelson 

Ryan, Carolyn Mamrol 

Schroeder, William S. 

Shawver. James C. 

Spcllman. Patrick J. 

Stiber, Cheryl C. 

Youngblood, Deborah Gallaway 

1986 

Total Gifts: $4,628 
Class Participation: 15% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Bigelow. Janice Eck 
Chianelli, Robert E. 
» Drum. Barbara Burnett 
» Drum. Brian D. 
Schneider, Debra German 

CENTURY CLUB 

Altenderfer. Meg L. 
Aderhold, Scott C. 
Cumniings. Dodd E. 
Glunk, Robert J. Jr. 

Kern. Michael J. 
Mele, Dawn L. 

» North. Elizabeth Banick 
Reed. J. Scott 
Sitler. Mark C. 
Thomson, Jay 

DONORS 
Brandt, Wende Evans 

• Clarke. Gayle Schuler 

• Conville, Cara DeCord 



» Conville. James S. 

Crowley. Michele Seibert 

Dietrich. Patricia 

Hinton. Todd J. 

Hutchinson. Patricia Dempsey 

Johnston. Kathleen Conroy 

Kantorowski. Jeffrey P. 

Rappoport, Robert J. 

Shebell, Mark W. 

Smith, Holly Hall 

Strayer. Tammy Rhinehart 

Unistead-Singer. Gcralyn Smith 

Walter. Wendy Gilson 

1987 
Total Gifts: $8,220 
Class Participation: 21% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Crebs. Roger W. 
Ryscavage, Edward T. in 

DEAN'S LIST 

Dianaslasis, Jennifer Sikora 

» Frickc, Heberton E. 
» Heal. Craig W. 
Pietrzak, Thomas J. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Hessert. Jennifer Winters 

CENTURY CLUB 

Baker. Catherine F. 

Deitrich. Carl E. Jr. 

Ellis. James R. 

Engel. Christina Poretta 

» Gallagher. Elaine Eck 

» Gallagher. Lawrence D. 

» Harlacher. Anthony R. 

Jones, Matthew D. 

Klippel, David J. 

Schunder. Catherine Gustafson 

Slawecki. Tania M. 

Stillman, Victoria Straka 

Waters, Caroline Reagle 

Welch, Vivian Reeder 

Worth, Alan J. 

Yacuboski, Michael 

DONORS 

Cheney, Dawn Jenkins 

» Clarke, Matthew A. 
Conklin, Judith A. 
» Epley. Bruce E. 
Fischer, Charlene Bicbcr 
Gamble. Richard A. Jr 
Garrison. Christina Buongiomo 
Greenblatt, Julia Carlyon 
Hanes. Richard K. 
Hanlon, Mary Walker 
Hawkins. Jahna L. 
Paisley. Michelle Buonato 
Shields- Young. Ann 
» Vaihinger, Eileen Cartwright 

1988 
Total Gifts: $20,433 
Class Participation: 19% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Day, Julie Hottle 



CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Malinosky, Mark J. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Cleveland, Jay W, Jr. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Crawford, Steven W. 
» Heal. Kim Nagle 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Carvell. Taneen L. 

• Chaduick. Catharine A. 
Compton. John W. Jr. 
McAuley. Sandra A. 
Whelan, Patricia A. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anstee. Kimberley Kaiser 

• Benner. Lisa Englund 

• Benner. Todd R. 
Boylan. Holly Annarella 
HaM, T.Max HI 

» Harlacher, Krisann Fiester 

• Lenig-Zerby. Penny 
McCallus. Colleen M. 
McSwieney. Anthony M. 
Wagner. Luther M. II 
Wheeland, Jessica Vannucci 

DONORS 

Butrym. Abigail Kaplan 
Ceres, Cynthia K. 
Flaherty. Michael C. 
Gibbons. David P. 
Heiges, Rhonda Pressley 

• Kremer. Charies K. 

• Kremer. Lauri Cero 
» Lamendola. Paul 

• Lamendola. Vanessa Martens 
Little. Keith R. 

Manion. Martin M. Jr. 
Meyers, Darlene Bell 
» Montague. Michael P. 

• Munford. M. Michael 
Murray, Ann M. 
Nardo. Eileen McDonald 
Norton. Sandra L. 
Pliska, Maria Giarrizzi 

• Puderbach, Larry D. 

• Puderbach. Nicole Marino 
Salmon, Alicia Arveson 

» Schutz. Kenneth A. 
Secrist. Anne M. 
Snyderman, Cynthia Smith 
Swales. Sandi London 
Topolski. Daniel R. Jr. 
» Vaihinger. Bruce F. 

• Wachter-Schutz, Wendy 

• Watson, Kirby E. 

1989 

Total Gifts: $4,295 
Class Participation: 16% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Burch. Seth B. 

DEAN'S LIST 

» Fricke. Patricia Duryea 



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ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Barrows. Carol Thompson 
De Falco-Hill. Lisa 
Fealtman. Douglas G. 
Shemian-Palmer. Diana 
» Williams. James N. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Bower, Kirk J. 

» Conrad. James H. II 
Langen, Shawn K. 
Lorson, Esther Dincher 

Wamp. Julia Kuhn 

DONORS 

Coffey. Kevin J. 

» Epley. Melody Griese 

Griffith. Maureen C. 

» Kavanaugh. Richard J. Jr. 

Kuczkuda, Eileen Wegman 

McGarvey, Mary L. 

» Montague. Antoinette Lcttini 

• Munford. Pamela Schmouder 
Oyler. Lindsey Sharp 
Pickett. Cathy Schenck 
Plankenhorn, Denise Sargent 
Skudera, Matthew W. 
Speicher, Thomas F. 

Von Cuhn, Richard J. 
Wildonger. Pamela .Schmoyer 
Young, Cynthia Laychur 

1990 

Total Gifts: $7,690 
Clas.s Participation: 21% 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

• Ricciardi. Barbara Hayes 
» Ricciardi. Joseph M. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Faust, Eric C. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

» Barrows. Keith O. 

• Eigcn, Daniel S. 

» Eigen, Elizabeth Boyle 

Jackson, Robert A. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Epier, Carolyn Ronemus 

Grimes, Vincent A. 

Lee. James Jr. 

Lee. Jeffrey S. 

Lehman, Yvonne Harley 

Lenz, Steven D. 

Madley, Peter Jr 

Mills, Allen P. 

Ritter. Aimee McNeils 

» Traphagen, Heather Franklin 

» Traphagen, V. Peter 

Van Thuyne, Amy Aherne 

Wcirich, Kurt W. 

DONORS 

• Barber. David W. 

• Barber. Susan Rubart 
Barr, Cheryl Fisher 
Easter. Stephen R. 
Geiswite, Larry J. 
Good, Cheryl Ward 
Keim. Chrislia Larson 



Kessler, Millie Sheatler 
Kessler, Stephanie Booker 

• Koester, .Jennifer Secor 
Lloyd. Su/anne C. 
Plavier, Christine Hockc 
Scudder, Victoria H. 
Serfass. Cara Boyanowski 
Tretter. Kimberly Wood 

» Watson, Amy Curmiffe 
Wesneski, Margaret J. 

1991 

Total Gifts: $1,410 
Class Participation: 13% 

CENTURY CLUB 

Dalaimo, .lames J. 
Duttry. Lewis T. 
Erdman. Troy M. 
Gillespie. .loseph Jr. 
Johansen, Eric W. 
Nice, Lisa Anne Cowden 
Purcell. Laura K. 

DONORS 

» Almassy. Bobbie Cannon 

» Almassy. Michael J. 

DiOrio, Charles L. Jr. 

Hall. T. Michael 

Heller. Paige Samson 

Hoover, Jennifer 

Hoover. Sean 

» Kavanaugh, Deborah Saunders 

» Koester, Paul M. Jr. 

Lohman, Chad I. 

Lybarger, Kathleen Ely 

McCloud. Margaret Hayden 

Molitoris. Diane DeNisco 

Sant, Stephen F. 

» Terwilliger. Edward F. 

Zerbe. David A. 

» Zerbe, Eric M. 

1992 

Total Gifts: $6,026 
Class Participation: 19% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Frommer. James F. Jr. 

• Himes, Diane Zurinsky 
Ohlinger, Mark J. 
Padden, Patrick T. Jr. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Graffius, Bradly W. 
Mc(;overn. Nancy Dech 
Murray, Meredith Rambo 
Wilds, Jill Rippeon 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Bray, Scott C. 
Brobson, P. Kevin 

« Chalk, Elizabeth Teets 

• Conrad, Beth Lawrence 
Heim, Scott Robert 
l^okitis, Christine Carabini 
Miller, Laurie Leutze 

• Oleniacz, John E. 
Patterson, Geoffrey Scott 
Wang. Cheng 



DONORS 

Adams. Erin Hursen 
De VIeeschoH er. David C. 

Dougherty. Edward S. 
Eakin. Renee Erdley 
Gruver, LeeAnn Eicholtz 
Hogue, Lori E. 
Jones. Michelle Marr 
Kehler. Mindy .Sollenberger 
Loughran. Nancy McEnery 
Makatche. Julie M. 
McDonald. Janet Lynn 
Milliken. Joseph Michael 
Moyer, Ja.son J. 
Muth. James D. 
Sarro. Kimberly Beck 
Scott. Sandra Anne 

• Stark, Donald L. 

» Stark, Jeanene Perry 
» Stauffer. Lawrence Ray 
» Stauffer. Lisa Kowalczyk 
Steis. Mclinda Roan 
Sutherland. Susan Vilello 
» Zerbe, Kristin Spengler 

1993 

Total Gifts: $1,855 
Class Participation: 10% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Hetrick, George C. 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Chalk. Shaun A. 

• Clayton. Brian E. 
Frazier, Robert Michael 
Holt. Chad David 

• Oleniac/. Brenda Vroom 
Sheridan. Cory J. 
Terhune. Jenny Spurrier 

Troutman. David L. 

DONORS 

Botto. Karin Plummer 
Caron. Karen Mizer 
Cowden, Heather Elizabeth 
» Dyer, John Christopher 
Hawlcy. Kathryn Phillippy 
Hemrick, Christine L. 
Linehergcr. Susan Jane 
Miller, Andrea Ruble 
Neely, Morton B. 
Ramer, BobbEtte F. 
Ritchie. Anissa Epple 
Smith, Steven L. 
Szark. Krista Pellino 
» Terwilliger. Krista Storlazzi 

1994 

Total Gifts: $8,760 
Class Participation: 18% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

» Lamade, Melinda Rupert 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Crebs, Tara Licsko 
Keane, Shannon M. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Alt. Alice Kline 



ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Farrell, Christopher R. 
Kratz, Eric R. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Graver, Yvette Bower 
Groves, Michael T. 
McLaughlin, Sean C. 
O'Dair, Shanon Logue 
Oliver, Timothy J. 
Reimer, Jennifer E. 
Wagner. Mary Ann 
Wehler-Bloom, Cara 

DONORS 

Barnhart, Sandra A. 

Beitz, Edwin M. 

Butler, Ruth Voris 

Case, Nicole Dalia 

Chubrick, Walter Jr. 

Clews, Kathryn Campomizzi 

Czap, Rose Noviello 

DiOrio, Deborah A. 

» Dyer. Kristin Rhinehart 

Elison, Terri L. 

Ely, Yvonne E. 

Falvey. Lynn A. 

Fawber, Matthew C, 

• Fortin, Erick C. 

» Hahn, Catherine Geisinger 
» Hahn. Leonard R. 
Hunt, Elizabeth Hartman 
» Marshall, Brian L. 
Murafka, Michael A. 

• Ott. Lauri Lockhart 
Price. Michelle Turi 
» Ressler. Peter Jr. 
Savidge. Debra J. 
Sestina. Ann K. 
Stoltzfus. Holly Gamble 

• Wetzel. Renelle Herring 

• Wetzel, William L. U 

1995 

Total Gifts: $1,883 
Class Participation: 14% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Dickey, Deborah L. 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Clayton. Kari Morrison 
Durkin. Andrew P. 
Nash, Kristin A. 
Oakley, Jeffrey T. 

Spencer. Jeremy C. 

• Zerby, Vernon E. 

DONORS 

Bergmann. Kenneth M. 
Downs. Amy Gasswint 
Eaton. Brand W. 
» Fortin. Stephanie Smith 
Fronk. Kathleen A. 
Fuller. Brenda Dunn 
Gentile. Bethany Ann 
Guss. Andrea J. 



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ST OF DONORS 



» Hartin, Bradford W. 
Hoover, Barbie D. 

Lynch, Bridget M. 

• Marshall, Shannan Stoner 
» Miller, Laura Soney 

» Olt, Joshua M. 
Perrin, William F. 
Schankel, William R. 
Scheib, Susan Hill 
Seymour, Gregory M. 
Smith, Kristi Yerger 
Song. Sue Banko 
Stamm, Jason A. 
Swales, Rebecca Winter 
Thiele, Kimberly Silzle 
» Villari, Christine Corriston 

• Villari, Rocco 
Weinhoffer, Andrea Girio 
Wertz, Brad M. 



1996 

Total Gifts: $3,460 
Class Participation: 



12% 



PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Belz, Brian L. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Allison, Lawrence S. 
Charles, Michael G. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Barry, Michelle L. 

• Bray. Stacey Shaffer 
Brook, Jeffrey D. 
Fagnano, Romey D. 
» Fitt, Aaron L. 
Nolder. Martha D. 

DONORS 
Cadden, Keith M. 

Downey, Michael R. 

Dries, Betsy Jacobs 

Eickhoff, Rebecca L. 

» Hartin, Caroline Jacobson 

Hoban, Helen 

Horan, Linda Etherton 

Houseknecht, Matthew D. 

• Kensinger, Susan Stoeckel 
w Kensinger, Vincent B, 
Lewis, Rebecca A. 

» Miller, Scott A. 
Penman, Bonnie K. 
Ranck, Stephanie Kepler 

• Ressler. Kristie Margevich 
Ruggiero, Amy McDeviii 
Santoniello-Vacca, Lisa M. 
Saylor, James J. 
Weaver. Gary D. 
Wingard, Brian W. 
Zicolello, Lori Telfer 

1997 

Total Gifts: $2,112 
Class Participation: 13% 

CENTURY CLUB 

• Fill. Paula Benarick 
Groves, John Charles 
Leonard, Amy 



» Rice. Mark 

Schaffer. Kimberly A. 

Shenkle. Megan 

Sontheimer, Tennille Metzgcr 

Vargeson, Jamie 

Wertz, Susan K. 

Wilhelm, Jeanne G. 

DONORS 

• Adamus. Jeffery 
Balkowski, Kimberlee Glace 
Bixler, Jessica 

Cook, Jonathan 
Forney, Michelle 
Gilbert, Nathan D. 
Graeff, Joy A. 
Keihl, Jack D. D 
Luniley. James 
Mangan, Nathan 
Manning, Matthew 
McPartlan. Kristin 
Moyer, Rebecca F. 
O'Brien, Leigh Ingram 
Rebuck, Tracey Hawkins 
Santana, Leslie 
Schulz. Jason C. 
Smith. Elise Kunda 
Smith, Jennifer L. 
Stackhouse. Teresa 
Thoryk, Jacqueline Fraley 
Werner. Erica Hecknauer 
Wonderlich, Kimberly Smith 
Zuber, Tracy L, 

1998 

Total Gifts: $2,136 
Class Participation: 12% 

CENTURY CLUB 

Brodzinski, Kimberly 
Edmonds. Charles W. 
Georgy, Matthew F. 
Lane. Jeremy I. 
Nardi. Nicole Dzvonick 
Pivirotto, Matthew T. 
» Rice. Dana Dinger 
Tonkinson. Brigitte E. 
Wittkopp, Julia Auses 
Yost, Jack R. 

DONORS 

Adams, Lana R. 
Ambrose, Matthew J. 
Bowser, Brenda J. 
Coolidge, Edward 
Cosgrove, Matthew 
Duda, Heather 
» Farr, James 
Godek, Jessica A. 
Harr, Doreen Heberle 
Heyl, Elisabeth Dincher 
Klahre, Teresa J. 
Mahoney, Amanda Stanton 
Matteo, Shannon R. 
Montgoinery, Megan Oster 
Muschlitz, Pamela M. 
» Naylor, Benjamin G. 
Pivirotto, James L. 
Stoner, Alicia Hinkel 
Swartz, Colleen K. 

• Tipton. Amanda Pfaff 



VVallish, Louise Kifolo 
Zaionis, Brett M. 

1999 

Total Gifts: $2,242 
Class Participation: 9% 

CENTURY CLUB 

» Bell. Gregory J. 
Grace. Thomas J. 
Hart. Timothy M. 
Hendrix, Melissa Dillman 
Laky. Elizabeth A. 
Mooney. John P. 
Myers. Heather R. 
Nohai, Jennifer L. 
Stout. Christopher A. 
Yost, Susan K, 

DONORS 

Adams, Julie Curchoe 

• Adainus, Trisha Struebel 
Dziuk, Adina M. 
Eiswerth, Shirley L. 
Farr, Lawrence D. 

» Farr, Michelle Paul 
Giordano, Ellen M. 
Haas, Ronnie W. Jr 
Hansen, Melissa V. 
Hunter, Tara L. 
Keane, Joseph M. 
» Naylor, Elizabeth Miller 
Regenski, Joseph S. Jr 
Reilly, Erin Z, 
Sivers, Joshua A. 
» Tipton, Timothy M. 
Was.son, Nicole D. 
Wolfe, Jennifer S. 
Yenner, Kiinberly Hafer 

2000 
Total Gifts: $9,079 
Class Participation: 14% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Kyte, Morgan R, 

CENTURY CLUB 

Barbossa, Daniel A. 
» Bell. Mary Wuestner 
Davis, Keith R. 

Fou.st. Bryan S. 
Kratzer. Jud F 
McDowell. Andrea L. 
» McGough. Michael A. 

• McGough. Stefanie Kachur 
Newkam. Justin C. 

Parks. Michelle M. 
Silvis, Scott P 

DONORS 

Adams, Kent A, 
Albeck, Joseph G. Ill 
Ayres, Kelli L. 
Bagwell, Lonnie R. II 
Beierlein, Julie D. 
Boney, Jeremy I. 
Carey, Micaela C. 
Carrick, Brett L. 
Clayworth, Tracey L, 
Cosper, Robert G. Ill 



DiSaverio, Jayme Caliendo 
Gower, Rebecca E. 
Hescox. Brandon M. 
Karstetter, Rodney M. 
Klinger. Ellen G. 

• Krise, Matthew R. 

• Krise. Minta George 
Lazenby. Paul G. 
Nowlin, Tara D. 
Reaser, Azure L. 
Swiatek, Jessica M. 
Walker. Eric D. 
Watemian. Kimberly A. 
Waters. Sandra L. 
Williams. Bradley A. 

2001 
Total Gifts: $1,940 
Class Participation: 13% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Wolferz, Sarah E. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Clare, Amanda O. 
Commerford, Timothy S. 
Hanna, Joseph P. Jr 

DONORS 

Babbony, Heather A. 
Barnes, Mark P. 
Boland, James A. 
Caswell, Ellen E. 
Crespo, Lorraine Henn 
DeRemer, Nathan L, 

• DiSaverio, Gino M. 
Eves, Jenny M. 
Fedor, Jennifer 
Franson, Janel E. 
Hautala, Emily R. 
Kowalchick, Jennifer E. 
Kuckla, Adrianna 

Low. Rebecca A. 
Matukonis, Alicia N. 
McAfoos, Sara L. 
McCracken, Joseph C. 
Munima. Erin K. 
Murnane, Nicole L, 
Nolan, Laura M. 
Pawlak, Joseph P. 
Perch, Jennifer L. 
Petrosky. Alicia A, 
Rodin, Suzanne A. 
Small, Sarah M. 
Smith, Valicity M. 
Sommer, Michael D. 
Spencer, Jamie M. 
Sponaugle, Brandon R. 
Strieker, Emily H, 
Szentesy, Megan M. 
Uher, Karen L. 
Waynian, Erin E, 
Welker, Kelly A. 
Wilt, Heather M. 

2002 

CENTURY CLUB 

Zimmerman, Phillip C. 



ST OF DONORS 



2003 

CENTURY CLUB 

Walker, Erin P. 

2004 

DONORS 

Moran, Jason 

2005 

CENTURY CLUB 

Bottoms, Sarah 



PARENTS OF 

ALUMNI AND 

CURRENT 

STUDENTS 

Total Giving: $166,698 

1812 CLUB 

Cleveland, Mr. Jay W. Sr. and 

Sandra L. 
Hayes, Michael J. '63 and Tina 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Anonymous 
Kyte, Mr. Roger 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Boxx, Mr. and Mrs. T. William 
Wood, William A. and Ruth R. 
Rendle '67 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Ruhl, Mr. Thomas L. and Karen 

Strouse, Joseph G. and Claire 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

Balduino, Mr. and Mrs. William F. 
Brown, Peter J. '78 and Carol 

Grivner '78 
Chapman, Harold D. and 

Margaret A. 
Lausier, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. 
Tannahill, Mr. and 

Mrs. Robert W. 

DEAN'S LIST 

Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. 
Blythin, Mr. and Mrs. David 
Burch, Mr. Clarence W. and 

Georgia 
Curtiss, Mr. and Mrs. Ward S. 
Duryea, Mr and Mrs. Russel L. 
Girardi, Mr. Frank L. Sr. 

and Lynne 
Gross, Andrew M. '59 and Lois A. 
Guellich, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Isler, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 
Malishchak, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. 
Messick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 
Miller, Erik and Anne 
Shipley, Mr. Roger D. 

and Nancv T. 



Sprengel. Mr and Mrs. Frederick S. 
Wilt, Richard S. Sr. '68 and Gaie 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Jr. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. 
Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. William R. 

Corsilli, Mr and Mrs. Dante Jr 
Curry, Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. 
Ely. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. 
Focht, Mr. and Mrs. John L. 
Gebelein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard Harry 
Gindville, Mr. and Mrs. John E. 
(;ingrich, Mrs. Joan C. 
Gronian, Mrs. Norma 
Hull. Mr and Mrs. Daryl J. 
Hurlbert, Mrs. Janet M. 
Mangcney, Victor T. '73 

and Kathleen L. 
Rundle, Robert W. '58 and Susan 
Tierney, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 
Wasson, Gerald A. Jr. "69 

and Alexa K. 
Whelan, John M. Jr. and 

Patricia A. '88 
Wienecke, Richard E. "66 and Kay 
Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick W. 
Wuestner, Mr. and 

Mrs. Frederick C. 
Verger, Barry (;. '59 and 

Roberta M. 
Zimmerman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Carl H. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Jan J. 

Alexiou, Mr and Mrs. William 
Allen, Mr. Jerry D. and Kathleen M. 
Babbony, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 
Barn Mr. and Mrs. Bob K. 
Bartels, Mr and Mrs. David G. 
Barlz, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Beck, Mr. William G. and 

Nathalie R. 
Beenier, Rev. and Mrs. Albert L. 
Benoit, Mrs. Marguerite 
Berfield. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ray 
Black, Mr and Mrs. Douglas 
Blatchley, Ronald C. '65 

and Frances A. 
Blunier, Frederick E. and Ann A. 
Boerckel. Dr. Gary M. 
Boerckel, Mrs. Janelle A. 
Botloins, Mrs. Rebecca Schirra 
Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Loren 
Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gale O. 
Brandemarti, Mr. and 

Mrs. Nicholas M. 
Breese, Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. 
Brindle, Mr and Mrs. Larry 
Brown, Douglas G. '71 and Perri A. 
Bruno, Mr and Mrs. Fred 
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Jaines R. 
Campobasso, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard S. 
Cardillo, Ms. Karen M. 
Carpenter, Mr, and Mrs. Franklin 
Carrick, Mr. and 

Mrs. John Charles 
Carver, Mr. and Mrs. John M. 
Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. Craig G. 



Chamick, Mr and 

Mrs. Stanley Mark 
Chenoweth, Mr and Mrs. Thomas J. 
Christensen, Mr and Mrs. Glenn 
Clancy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 
Cober, L. Randal '74 and Susan 
Columbia, Mr. and 

Mrs. Richard A. 
Controvich, Mr. William J. 
Costello, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
Crane, Mr and Mrs. James D. 
Curd, Mr. and Mrs. Warren John 
Dart, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Leonard 
DeZago, Mrs. Sarah J. 
Easton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 
Eickhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Alan 
Eiswerth, Ms. Mary Elizabeth 
Engel, Mr. Kenneth F. 

and Nancy K. 
Engelman, Mr and Mrs. Dennis 
English, Dr. and 

Mrs. Walter Evans 
Ever, Mr. and Mrs. Randy 
Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. 
Fettemian, Mr, and Mrs. Paul S. 
Fiamingo, Mr. and 

Mrs. Anthony Dominic 
Fluman, Mr and Mrs. Albert H. 
Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lewis 
Frangione, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. 
Gilmore, Mr and Mrs. Charles D. 
Gleason. Mr. and Mrs. Charies L. 
Grace, Mr. and Mrs. William P. 
Graeff, Mr. James H. 
Grenoble, Mr and 

Mrs. Nathan Eugene 
Gressens, Mr. and 
Mrs. Douglas R. 
Gridley, Mr. Morris A. Jr. 
Gustafson, Mrs. Maria 
Hammond, Mr. and 

Mrs. Gary Aldridge 
Hanratty, Mr. and Mrs. James 
Harris, C. Fred '60 and June 
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 

Haubois, Mr and Mrs. Shawn P. 

Haulman. Rev. and 
Mrs. Donald G. 

Henninger, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 

Henrich, Mr. and Mrs. John A. 

Herzog. Mr and Mrs. William H. 

Hillwig, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. 

Hoffman, Mr and Mrs. David 

Hottle, Mrs. Sally A. 

Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Victor 

Johnston, Mr and Mrs. Mark E. 

Kampe, Mr. and Mrs. Toms 

Kaspick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 

Keane, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. 

Kinsey. Mr. and Mrs. John R. 

Kolaya, Mr. and Mrs. John L. 

Latsha, Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. 

Laver, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Jr. 

Leisey, Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. 

Liguori, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 

Lindsay, Mr and Mrs. Robert L. 

List, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gill 

Little, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Sr. 

Little, Mrs. K. Louise 

Lobas. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Lee 

Lord, Randy and Beth Reese 

Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. David E. 



Luci, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 
MacPhail, Mr. and Mrs. James S. 
Macri, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. 

Maine, Mr and Mrs. Dennis 
Maloy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Markowitch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
May, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Sr. 
Mayo, Mr and Mrs, Robert L. 
McDonough, Mr and Mrs. John H. 
Milliken, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. 
Mongiello, Mr. and 

Mrs. Michael J. 
Morey, Mr and Mrs, William M. 
Morse, Mr and Mrs. Rollin 
Murray, Mr. Brian M. 
Newkam. Mr and Mrs. Scott J. 
Oakley, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 
Obetz, Robert W. Jr., '65 and 

Marjory S. 
Parente, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. 
Pendlebury, Mr and Mrs. Tom J. 
Penton, Mr. and Mrs. William K. 
Pielrzak, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Popeskic, Mr. and Mrs. Anton 
Puzdrak, Mrs. Leona 

Mary Margaret 
Rabadeau, Mr and Mrs. Gerard R. 
Rambo, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Rapach, Mr and Mrs. Richard D. 
Raybum, Mr and Mrs, Robert C, 
Reybitz, Mr. and Mrs. Chester 
Rife, Dr. David J. 
Ritter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. 
Robelen, Mr and Mrs, Peter Gibson 
Ross, Mr and Mrs. Eugene L. 
Scavetti, Mrs. Rosemarie 
Schaus, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Schmid, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 
Sestina, H. Donald '57 and 

Mary Jo 
Shafer, Dr John and Susan 
Shumbres, Mr, and 

Mrs. Lawrence F. 
Slemmer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. 
Smithmyer, Mr. and Mrs. James J. 
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray 
Spear. Jonathan P, '67 and Carolyn 
Springman, David L. '74 

and Cynthia D. 
Stauffer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Christian N. Jr. 
Swain, Ms. Deborah Ellen 
Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. 
Swendsen, Mr Gary James 
Thompson. Mr, and Mrs, James A, 
Tipler, Mr and Mrs, George 

Edward Jr. 
Tully. Ms. Virginia S. 
Vogler, Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. 
Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Ware. Mr. and 

Mrs. Theodore William 
Weisbrod, Mr. and 

Mrs. Michael Q. 
Welker, Mr. and Mrs. John G. 
Wingard, Mr. and Mrs. Clark R. 
Wilhelder, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. 
Wojtkowiak, Mr. and 

Mrs. Raymond 
Womelsdorf, Mr. and 

Mrs. Gary R. 
Worobec, Dr. and Mrs. Russell N. 



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Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. 
Young, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 
Zellner, Mr. Robert 

DONORS 

Aburn, Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. 
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. 
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Lanny R. 
Aherne, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel 

Alboucq, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Alan 
Amadore. Ms. Judith A. 
Ambs. Mr and Mrs. John Joseph IV 
Andreoli, Mr. and Mrs. Valentino C. 
Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Auses. Mr. and Mrs. John P. 
Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall 
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 
Baptiste-Burke, Ms. Shirley A. 
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Terry B. 
Barnhart, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harold J. Jr. 
Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Juergen 
Bcaler, Mrs. Kay D. 
Beierlein, Mr. and Mrs. James G. 
Bell, Mr and Mrs. Gary I. 
Bendock, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. 
Bennetch, Mr and 

Mrs. William Marvin 
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. 
Betz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. 
Bianco, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent F. 
Bingaman, Mr. and Mrs. Keith 
Blaski, Ms. Diane H. 
Bohart. Mr and Mrs. Samuel L. 
Boop, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 
Borst, Mr. Frank J. 
Bower, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. 
Bowser, Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. 
Boyer, Mrs. Mona L. 
Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. John S. 
Breen, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. 
Breighner, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. 
Brescia, Mrs. Lorraine C. 
Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. 
Brown, Ms. Ada 
Brownlow, Mrs. Joyce S. 
Brnni, Mr and Mrs. Gino L. 
Bryerton, Ms. Bonnie F. 
Brysiak, Ms. Bonnie M. 
Bucher, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 
Buckle, Mr. Jack C. and Janet C. 
Buraczeski, Mr. and 

Mrs. Francis D. 
Burns, Mr. and Mrs. JeJT T. 
Bums, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 
Campbell, Mr. and 

Mrs. Howard J. 
Campomizzi, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 
Carbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. 
Care, Mr. and Mrs. George N. 
Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Jr. 
Casciano, Mr. and Mrs. John R 
Caseino, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. 
Casse, Mr. and 

Mrs. Donald Edward 
Chacona. Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. 
Chadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. 
Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 

Monroe 
Christ, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. 
Clark, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald E. 



Clothier-Brown, Mrs. Betsy K. 

Colgan, Mr and Mrs. Robert M. 
Colline, Mr and Mrs. Richard P. 
Connell, Mr, and Mrs. Louis W. 
Conner, Mr. and Mrs. James O. 
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. 
Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 
Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Corney, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harold D. Jr. 
Corriston, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 
Cosgrove, Ms. Mary C. 
Costello, Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. 
Crews, Mr and Mrs. Terry C. Sr. 
Cunningham. Mr and Mrs. Craig R. 
Cyrus, Mr. and Mrs. Victor 
Dakshaw, Mr. and 

Mrs. Charles A. 
Dalaimo, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Danilovitz, Mr. Daniel M. 
Dasti, Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Deal, Mrs. Carol Marie 
DeAngclis, Ms. Gail 
Decker, Mr. David 
Deisher, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. 
Delker, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. 
Dellerl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jr. 
Dellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. 
Diehl, Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. 
Dietterick, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. 
Dietz, Mr. Adrian 
Dolan, Mr. and 

Mrs. Thomas M. Sr. 
Downs, Mr and Mrs. Da\'id 
Drown, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. 
Dufner. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. 
Dunkle, Ms. Barbara E. 
Dziuk, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 
Ehrke, Mrs. Anne K. 
Eisner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. 
Ek, Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. 
Emnett, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Epler, Mr and Mrs. David M. 
Erceg, Mr. Anthony G. 
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. James K. 
Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Leon G. 
Farr, Mrs. Susan 
Fawber, Mr. and Mrs. Craig E. 
Fedora, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. 
Feerrar, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. 
Feerrar, Mr. and Mrs. Neil K. 
Feni.x. Mrs. Catherine 
Fetterolf, Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. 
Fish, Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
Flad, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Fortin, David L. Sr 'b5 and Jean 
Fortnum, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Russell P. 
Franson, Mr. and 

Mrs. Charles HI 
Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
FugoHski, Mr. and 

Mrs. Kenneth D. 
Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. 
Galka, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. 
Gallagher, Dr. and Mrs. James 
Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Gauthier, Mr. and Mrs. Roland 
Gehr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. 
Gehret, Mr. Robert 
Gerard, Mr and Mrs. Hairy Edward 
Geyer, Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. 



Gibson, Mr and Mrs. Dana R. 
Giello, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. 
Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. George O. 
Gilgallon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Giordano, Mr and Mrs. Emilio J. 
Glassic, Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. 
Godek, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. 
Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. 
Goodeluinas. Mr. and Mrs. George 
Gower, Sharon Meade '74 

and Willard A. Jr. 
Grecco, Mrs. Carolyn A. 
Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. 
Griffith, Erica Fischer '79 

and Stephen R. 
Grim, Mr and Mrs. Stephen N. 
Grzeskowiak, Ms. Kathryn A. 
Haile, Mr and Mrs. Joseph P. Jr 
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Ian F. M. 
Harubin, Mr and 

Mrs. Peter Anthony 
Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Duanne 
Haverstick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Hawk. Mr and Mrs. Dwight David 
Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Heckman, Mary H. Hale '66 

and Robert L, 
Hengst, Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. 
Herzog, Mr. and 

Mrs. Robert G. Jr. 
Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. 
Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. 
Houck, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Harold E Jr. 
Hunsberger, Mr and 

Mrs. Norman W. 
Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. 
Isgate, Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 
Jacobs, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas H. 
Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Leo 
Jervey, Mr. and 

Mrs. Stephen DeVeaux 
Johnson, Mr Richard E. 
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 
Juba. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 
Jurgailis. Mr. and Mrs, James 
Karker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. 
Karschner, Ms. Patricia L. 
Keely, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. 
Keffer, Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick 
Keister, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. 
Kempe, Ms. Susan Lucielle 
Kepler, Mrs. Teena 
Kimmel. Mr and Mrs. Stephen P. 
Klahre, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. 
Klemtop, Mr. and Mrs. Dale B. 
Kosvitch, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 
Kovaschetz, Mr. and 

Mrs. James P. 
Kreutzer, Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. 
Kriner. Mr. and Mrs. Ted 
Krous, Mr. and Mrs. William T. 
Krum. Mr. and Mrs. James E. 
Kupchik, Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. 
Latchaw. Mrs. Linda L. 
Lawruk, Mr. and Mrs. Adam 
Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. 
Lazenby, Mr and Mrs. Gary W. 
Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. 
Leight, Mr and Mrs. Alan Hoyt 
LeVan, Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. 



Lichtenwalner, Mr and 

Mrs. Thomas P. 
Lickman, Mrs. Arlene F. 
Liddick, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood L. 
Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Lohr, Mr and Mrs. Cloyd Allen 
Lorenzo, Mr Anthony R. 
Love, Mr. and Mrs. Amos A. 
Lovette, Mr. and Mrs. 

James Stephen 
Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. HI 
Lyons, Mr and Mrs. Richard F. 
Madigan, Mr. and Mrs. David W. 
Madonna, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Marose, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin J. 
Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney R. 
Matukonis, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony 
Maurer, Mr. Larry L. 
Mausteller, Mr. Guy 
Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Mayhew, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. 
McAfoos, Ms. Barbara S. 
McConnell, Mr. and Mrs. David 
McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. Jon F. 
McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. 
McGinley, Mr. G. Donnon 
McGough, Mr Henry A. 
Melito, Ms. Karen 
Mennona, Mr. and 

Mrs. Vincent A. 
Menzel, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Meyers, Mr and Mrs. Michael J. 
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. David Ross 
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. 
Miller, Mr Dale H. 
Mistiszyn, Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
Mitchell, Mr and 

Mrs. Richard B. Jr 
Moerschbacher, Mr. and Mrs. Paul 
Montabana, M,s. Barbara Briggs 
Montgomery, Mr. and 

Mrs. Gale G. 
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Moore, Mrs. Nora M. 
Moran, Mrs. Leslie M. 
Morgan, Mr. and 

Mrs. Preston G. Jr. 
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. David B. 
Mumma, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. 
Nagumey, Mr and Mrs. Alexander 
Newman, Mr. and Mrs. David E. 
Nice, Rev. and Mrs. Donald G. 
Nohai, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. 
Noone, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. 
Nowiin, Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. 
Nyman, Mr. Walter D. and 

Marion R. 
Oberlin, Mr. and Mrs. James D. 
O'Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. 
Ohiinger, Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
Ott, Mr. Murray 
Pardoe, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Parker, Mr and Mrs. Richard E. 
Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. 
Paucke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. 
Paul, Ms. Bonita A. 
Perch, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. 
Peters, Mr and Mrs. David Keith 
Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Otto L. 
Petrosky, Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. 
Phillippy, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. HI 



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Plummer. Mr. and Mrs. William R. 
Popham, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey 
Poppe, Mrs. Rosemary K. 
Posner. Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. 
Potten. Daleta White "70 

and Eugene C. 
Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alan 
Puderbach, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 
Quinnette, Mr. and Mrs. James W. 
Rantuccio, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony 
Reff, Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. 
Rehm, Mr and Mrs. Merlin 
Reibson, Mr. and Mrs. Milo K. 
Reynolds. Mr Ronald B. 
Rhinehart, Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. 
Rhodes. Mrs. Phyllis J. 
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Gary 
Roantree, Mr. and Mrs. John M. 
Rockwell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. 
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. 
Rupprecht, Mr. and Mrs. John T. 
Ryall, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace W. 
Sayce, Mr. and 

Mrs. Edward William 
Saylor, Mrs. Debra L. 
.Schankel, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Schappell, Mr. and Mrs. David 
Schmouder, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 
Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil 
Scudder, Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. 
Sell. Mr and Mrs. Douglas A. 
Selvenis, Mr. and Mrs. David A. 
Sennett, Ms. Caria J. 
Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. 
Shaffer, Mrs. Susan L. 
Shearman, Mr. and Mrs. David 
Sheriff, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. 
Shiffler, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. 
Shiner, Mr. and Mrs. David C. 
Short, Harold and Rebecca 
Showalter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. 
Shupard, Mr. and 

Mrs. Howard R. 
Silkensen, Mr. and Mrs. James R. 
Silzle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Sinner. Judith Dingier '64 

and Carl W. 
Sivers, Ms. Arlene C. 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy D. 
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. 
Smith, Mrs. Mary 
Smith. Robert C. and Pamela S. 
Smolinsky. Mr and Mrs. John 
Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robert 
Socha. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Sokso. Mr and Mrs. Thomas 
Sowers, Mr. and Mrs. George D. 
Sparrow, Mrs. Peggy 
Speicher, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. 
Speichcr, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 
Speicher, Mrs. Martha E. 
Spigelmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Allen 
Stamm, Mr. and Mrs. Ed 
Stendardi, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 
Stinson, Rev. and Mrs. James T. 
Straub. Mr and Mrs. Dennis Lee 
Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. 
Swartz, Mr and Mrs. Herman A. 
Szentesy, Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. 
Tagliaferri, Mr. and 

Mrs. Thomas A. 



Tellep. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Steven O. 
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. 
Tiley, Mr. Roy G. 
Tinne), Mr. and Mrs. John F. 
Tobias. Mr and Mrs. John C. 
Trostle, Mr. and Mrs. James S. 
Turpin, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney 
Uher, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Ulnier, Mr and Mrs. Gene A. 
Utsch, Mr. and Mrs. Keith C. 
VanBlarconi, Mrs. Murrell 
Vargo. Mrs. Jeannelle B. 
Veety, Mr. and Mrs. Duane R. 
Villamil, Mr and Mrs. Richard Jr 
Wagner, Mr. John F. 
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. 
Ward, Mr and Mrs. James M. 
Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. 
Weatherill, Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. 
Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Weaver. Mrs. Donna A. 
Weisel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Welbourne, Dr and Mrs. William 
Wennberg, Dr. and 

Mrs. Hans-Erik 
Wertz, Mr. and Mrs. Roger 
Wcsneski, Margaret J. "90 

and Wesley J. 
Wheeler, Lynn A. and Roberta A. 
Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. 
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. David L. 
Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Gary 
Willits, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 
Wingard, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Winkler, Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. 
Wit/el, Mr and Mrs. Barry Sr 
Woleslagle, Mr and Mrs. Duane 
Woleslagle, Mr and 

Mrs. Gary Milton 
Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis \. 
Wolferz, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. 
Woodward-Hills, Mrs. Sean 
Woomer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 
Worrall, Mr. and Mrs. N. Scott 
Yamarik, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. 
Zaccaria, Robert A. and Patricia 
Zellner, Ms. Rebecca M. 
Zielinski, Mr and Mrs. Thomas 
Zimmerman, Mr. and 

Mrs. W. Edwin 



CORPORATIONS 
AND BUSINESSES 

Total Gifts: $195,657 

1812 CLUB 
M&T Bank 
Merck & Co., Inc. 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Cleveland Brothers Equipment 

Company 
Jersey Shore Steel Company 
Krapf Bus Companies 
R & J Ertel, Inc. 
Sodexho Marriott Services, Inc. 
Wheel Inn, Inc. 



TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Canaan Valley Institute. Inc. 
Genetti Hotel & Convention 

Center 
Jersey Shore State Bank 

Pickelner Fuel Company, Inc. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Arbee 

Citizens & Northern Bank 

East End Lumber Company 
Lundy Construction Company, Inc. 
Parente Randolph, PC 
Susquehanna Transit 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Bernard Madoff Investments 

Securities LLC 
Burger King / AML Development 

Corporation 

Dynamark Security Center 
Fred Hamm Disposal. Inc. 
Heartland Internal Medicine 

Associates PA 
Huntington Learning Center 
Lonza. Inc. 
Peggy L'Heureux 
Peppermound Properties, Inc. 
Stroehmann Bakeries LC 
Sust|uehanna Communications 
Susquehanna Paper & Sanitary 

Supply Corporation 
Trout Unlimited 

DEAN'S LIST 

4 C's Holding Corporation 
Belter's Home Center 
Campana, Campana & 
Lovecchio, L.L.P. 

Cupp Bonding Agency 

Eagle Janitorial Supply Company 

G & M Crawtord, Inc. 
Johanson Manufacturing 

Corporation 
Malishchak Brothers Inc. 
McKnight Motors, Inc. 
McQuay International 
National Lacrosse League, Inc. 
National Prescription 

Administrators, Inc. 
PG Energy. Inc. of 

Wilkes-Barre PA 
Pino Consulting Group, Inc. 
PMF Industries, Inc. 
Promotional Specialists 
Shlimbaum, Shiimbaum & Jablonski 
Shop- Vac Corporation 
Special Risk Consultants. Inc. 
Steinbacher Enterprises, Inc. 
William H. Connelly & Co. 
Woodlands Bank 
Yanni Partners 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Barber Memorial Home, Inc. 
Bentley Systems, Inc. 
DePasquale Staffing Services 

Econo Lodge 
Fink's Paint Store 
Hampton Inn 

Homemaker-Help Services 
James Case Enterprises, Inc. 



KLCl, Inc. 

Penn Harvest Systems, Inc. 
Realty Marts International. Inc. 
RiverStar Enterprises, Inc. 
Robert M. Sides Family 

Music Center 
Schneider Valley Farms Dairy, Inc. 
State Farm Insurance Companies 
SunBank 

Target Marketing Associates 
Valero Energy Corporation 
Verizon Corporation 
Weis Markets, Inc. 
WFJ Associates LLC 
Williamsport Mirror & Glass 

Company 

CENTURY CLUB 

A/C Power Colver Operations 

AT&T 

B & L Group, Inc. 

Blaise Alexander Chevrolet. Inc. 

Chancil Enterprises, Inc. 

DBA Manufacturing Services 

Company 
Donn E. Downey Builder, Inc. 
Dunwoody Beauty Shop 
First Mercer Appraisal Service 
Fischer Insurance Agency 
Fossil Butte National Monument 
Fowler Motors 
Harris Home Contracting 
J. Kleinbauer 

J. Thomas Insurance Services 
Jack Bingham Studio, Inc. 
Ken's Dog Grooming 
Kerr Group. Inc. 
Knight Capital Markets, LLC 
Little Lambs Preschool 

Childcare Inc. 
Michals, Wahl, Silver, Leitner, Tort, 

& Defazio, PA. 
Missouri Department Health and 

Senior Services 
New Jersey School Boards 

Association 
Parsons Associates 
Polar Services 
R & R Construction 
Risk and Insurance Education, Inc. 
Sanders Mortuary, LTD 
Selinsgrove Ford Motors, Inc. 
Susquehanna Polling and 

Research, Inc. 
The M Group, Inc. 
The Print Shoppe 
T\irn Key Construction, Inc. 
Victoria Stillman Accounting & Tax 

Services 
Wallis-Grenoble Funeral Home, Inc. 
Welker Brothers Dairy Farm 

DONORS 

220 Pit Stop 

Aquarius Pool and Patio, Inc 
Benson Thomson Agency, Inc. 
Bernards Eye Care Center 
Blue Cross of Northeastern 

Pennsylvania 
Bruce E. Grubb Carpentry 
Carpenter, Harris and Flayhart 
Carpetbagger Collectibles 
Chateau Industries LLC 



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LIST OF DONORS 



Cobbler's Shoe Outlet 

Connie's Craflique 

Country Hair Salon 

Granite & Bronze Memorials 

Heller Insurance Agency 

Klip "N" Kurt Beauty Salon 

Laura Mcdowell-May, P.C. 

LCEC 

Meixell-Diehl Insurance 

Northeast Investigations, Inc. 

Nuline Corporation 

Sharars Grocery 

Snake Creek Associates 

Soutner's Hallmark Cards 

Stocki & Neil Counseling Associates 

The Styling Station 

Triangle Tavern 

Vermont Veterinary Specialties. Inc. 



MATCHING GIFT 
COMPANIES 

Total Gifts: $67,999 
3M Company 

Abbott Laboratories Fund 

ACF Indu.slries. Inc. 

Aetna Foundation, Inc. 

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. 

Alcoa Foundation 

Allfirst Foundation 

Allstate Foundation 

Amerada Hess 

American General Finance 

Anheuser-Busch Foundation 

Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 

Arthur Andersen & Co. 

Foundation 
AT&T Foundation 
Aventis Pateur 
BASF Corporation 
Bell South 
Boeing Company 
Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund 
Bristol-Myers Squibb 

Foundation, Inc. 
C. R. Bard, Inc. 
Campbell Soup Foundation 
Chaneil Enterprises. Inc. 
Chase Manhattan Foundation 
Chubb & Son Inc. 
Circuit City Foundation 
CITGO Petroleum Corporation 
CNA Foundation 
Conoco, Inc. 
Corning Incorporation 

Foundation 
Dow Chemical Company 
Dresser Foundation Inc. 
Duke Energy Corporation 
Dun & Bradstreet Corporate 

Foundation 
EAB 

Eli Lilly & Company 
Erie Insurance Group 
Ernst & Young Foundation 
Exxon-Mobil Educational 

Foundation 
First Data Corporation 
First Union Educational Matching 

Gift Program 



Fleet Bank 

Fleet Financial Group 

Ford Matching Gift Program 

GE Fund 

General Re Corporation 

Grace Foundation, Inc. 

GTE Foundation Verizon 

Harcoun General, Inc. 

Hartford Insurance Group 

Foundation 
Hershey Entertainment and Resorts 
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield 
Home Depot 
IBM Corporation 
International Paper Company 

Foundation 
Johnson & Johnson Family of 

Companies 
Kellogg Company 
Kemper Insurance Companies 
Key Foundation 
KLCI. Inc. 
Kmart Coiporation 
Lockheed Martin Corporation 
Lucent Technologies 
Marathon Oil Company 
Marsh, Inc. 
Massachusetts Mutual Life 

Insurance Company 
Merck Company Foundation 
Merrill Lynch & Company 

Foundation, Inc, 
Metropolitan Life Foundation 
Minerals Technologies. Inc. 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
National City Bank 
National Starch & Chemical 

Foundation 
Nationwide Insurance Foundation 
NIPSCO Industries, Inc. 
Northwestern Mutual Life 

Foundation. Inc, 
Novartis Pharmacuticals 
Osram Sylvania Inc, 
Pactiv Corporation 
Penn/oil-Quaker State Company 
Pfizer Inc. 
Philips Electronics North 

American Corporation 
PNC Bank Corporation 

Foundation 
PPG Industries Foundation 
PP&L Resources Inc. 
PriccH aterhouseCoopers 

Foundation 
Providian Financial Corporation 
Prudential Insurance Foundation 
Raytheon Company 
Royal Insurance Coinpany 
R.R. Donnelly Foundation 
Rural Mutual Insurance Company 
Sara Lee Foundation 
Schering-Plough Foundation 
Schwab & Company. Inc. 
Science Applications International 

Corporation 
Sprint Foundation 
St. Paul Companies. Inc. Foundation 
Telcordia Technologies 
Valero Energy Corporation 
Vanguard Group, Inc, 
Verizon Corporation 



Verizon Foundation 

Walt Disney Company Foundation 
Washington Group Foundation 
Welch Foods. Inc. 
Xerox Foundation 



FOUNDATIONS 

Total Gifts: $141,763 

Anonymous 

Association of Independent 

Colleges of PA 
Calistri Family Foundation 
Chester County Community 

Foundation. Inc. 
David B & Shirley L. Sykes 

Foundation 
Fidelity Investments 

Charitable Gilt Fund 
L.B. Smith Educational Foundation 
M & T Charitable Foundation 
Schuylkill Area Community 

Foundation 
Susquehanna Ptaltzgraff Foundation 
The Hottle Family Foundation 
The John and Cree Marshall 

Foundation 
The Philadelphia Foundation 
Washington Women's Foundation 



FRIENDS, 

FACULTY, 

STAFF AND 

SPOUSES 

Total Gifts: $996,290 
1812 CLUB 

Anonymous 
Billman, James K. Jr. 
» Evert. Dorothy 
» Haberberger. Joanne 
Huffman. Mr and Mrs. Jack 
» Martz. Sandra 
» Shangraw, Charlene 
Welch, Marshall D. Jr. and 
Mary L. 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Douthat, James E. and Emily C. 

• Hershberger, Joyce 
» Krapf, Nannette 

Ruhl. Velma 

» Younger, Elizabeth 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Askey, Ruth S, 

Baker. Eph I. and Bess D. 

Caporaletti. Adelina 
Eaker. Joann E. 
V Krapf. Diane 

• Lundy. Frank B. 
Pickelner. William E. and Sara 
Sahakian. Henry D. and Seda 
Schultz, Jack C. and Carole L. 
» Schultz. Peter D. 



» Springman, Shirley A. 

• Veley, Carol 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Bahl. David R. and Suzanne W. 

Carey, Patrick J. and Maureen 

» Deivald, Nancy H, 

Estate of Myron L. Bamhart 

» Gibbon, Mona R. 

» Hawbaker. Daniel R. 

» Koetzner. Virginia V. 

» Lee, Joyce W, 

Lundy. Richard H. Jr. and Gloria 

» Lynn. Joy ce 

• Mase. Sylvia 
Pennington, Elizabeth W. 
» Staiman, Marvin H. 

PRESIDENT'S CABINET 

» Bythewood. Alicia R. 

• Castner. Glenn C. 
Falco. Jerry S. 

• Gallagher. Janet M. 

Glunk. Daniel J. and Margrit M. 

Shoemaker 
Griesemer. Robert W. and Judith 
Guerra. Eduardo 
» Hill. Daphne 
Larrabee. Don M. II 
L'Heureux, Margaret D. 
Myers, Harold C, 
» Pepperman, Ann 
Piper, John F, Jr, and Margaret P. 
Reich. Theodore and Sandy 
Saunders. Sue A. and Donald C. 

Stuart III 
Schreyer, John Y. 
Sek. Kenneth and Nancy 

Palinski 
Shangraw. Mr and Mrs. Douglas J. 

• Sides. Carol 

Spencer. James D. and Gail M. 
Yasui. Robert S. and Phyllis L. 
Young. Mildred L. 

• Younkers, Russell W. 

DEAN'S LIST 

V Chianelli, Karen M, 
» Clippinger, James 
Collins, Leonard R. and 

Regina M. 
Costello, Molly L, 
Cranmer. Ralph R. 
Holmes. David L. 
Hume, Joe E. 
Jamison. M. Raymond and 

Dorothy 
Kirk. Donald J. 
» Kohler, Maynard 
Lovecchio, Marc F and Angela C. 
Maynard. Joy A. 
Perrius. Kathleen M. 
Plankenhorn. Charles M. 
» Richmond. Margaret V. 
» Sandmeyer. William 
Spencer, Darlene J. 
Steinbacher. Mr. and Mrs. David 
» Sylk. Leonard 

• Teufel. Thomas 
Vaira. Marjorie P. 

Weaver. H. Bruce and Deborah E. 
» Wolfe. Linda 



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ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

• Albertini, William O. 
Alsted, June 
Beidler, Susan K. 
Belk. Ruby S. 
Brennan. Frank P. 
Curd. Richard A. 
DePasquale, Peter and Rose 
Diehl, Jack D. Jr. 

DiUz, Mr. and Mrs. William L. 

Erikson. Dawn 

Fink, Lauri K. 

Fink, Mr. and Mrs. Robyn H. 

Fornwall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. 

Franz, David A. and Sally 

Graham, John P. 

Heaps, Rev. and Mrs. Charles M. 

» Johnson, Mary Ann 

» Kift, Betty 

• Kinley, Dianna G. 
Knauth, Robin J. DeWitt 
Kyte, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 

• Paris, Charles A. 
Perciballi, Henry P. and Eleanor 

Stearns 

• Person, John E. Jr. 
Person. Mr. and Mr.s. John E. Ill 
Pfaff, Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. 
Piccolo, Katherine 
Schemer). W. Patrick 
Skeath, Frances K. 

» Smay, Jeane H. 

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. David 

Sprunger, Philip W. and Elizabeth 

Voder 
Staats, Elmer B. 
Van Dusen, Anne 
» Waltz, R. Lee 
Whitehill, Connie Cohick 
Wilson. Jennifer Desmond 

• Wise, Robert C. 
Wool, Jack and Jean C. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Alexander. Blaise J. 

Alguero. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. 

Axeman. Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. 

Bartletl. Jean E. 

Benford. Mr and Mrs. Charles 

Conrad 
Bower, Virginia M. 
Boyd. A. Shapleigh and Elizabeth G. 
Brann. Paul W. 
Burshteyn. Svetlana 
Busey, Marjorie 
Butts, Mr. and Mrs. William L. 
Byhani. Mr. and Mrs. William E. 
Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. James E. 
Casale. James D. 
Champion, Ronald E. 
Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. 
Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. 
Conrad. Terry A. 

• Creamer, John E. 
Crowley. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
» Curry, Susan 

Derr, Brian R. 
Dicken, Melinda N. 
Diehl. Betty Moore 
Ditzler, Christen E. 
English. Joann K. 
Ertel. Allen E. 



Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. 
Fahnestock, J. Robert 

Ford. Mr and Mrs. Alan D. 
Forster. Mr and Mrs. Christopher A. 
Frazier. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. 
Fredrickson. Robert H. 
Gallaway, Mr. and 
Mrs. E. Haas Jr. 
Girardi, Judy 
Gordon, Geoffrey L. 
» Greenberg, Bernard 
Greenwood. Mark A. 
Haberherger. Susan 
Hartsock, Daniel J. and Mary Lou 
Herring, Ovven F. 
Hiscar, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Hobson. LTC and Mrs. George K. 
Hunsberger, J Marco 
Jacobus. Mr. and Mrs. Roland A. Ill 
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. 

• Keiper, Dawn M. 

• Keller, Mary Ann 
» Khan, Leila 
Kleinbauer. Joseph 

Kraus. Mr. and Mrs. William R. 

Kyte. Clayton R. 

Kyte, Jason 

» Lamade. J. Robert 

Lamade, Mr. and Mrs. James H. 

Larson, Theodore S. 

Legge. Sarah W. 

» Lloyd, Shirley D. 

» Lorson, Randall J. 

Maples, Robert J. B. and 

Dorothy E. 
Marsland, Harvey W. 
McCahan. Jason 
McCloskey, Timothy J. 
Mcgrath. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. 
McKernan, Jean 
Messing. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. 
» Mix, Miriam S. 
Morris. Richard J. 

• Nardi, Frances Stanzione 
Newman, Jeffrey D. 
Overley, (icorge L. 
Patterson, Jacqueline R. 
Peluso. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 
Person, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. 
Person, Sandra 

Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Birch Jr. 

» Piatt, Charles E. 

Powers, Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. 

Prince. Stephen G. 

Raucci. Marshall Jr. 

Redka, Dr. and Mrs. James 

Rothrock, Paul 

Russell. Lynn M. 

Russell. Mr and Mrs. Earlene J. 

Ryan. Kathryn M. 

» Sanders. Nancy 

Schell, Walter and Marian M. 

Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 

Shinier. Katherine Woolever 

» Smith. Gary H. 

» Spencer. Sarah Anderson 

Stamm, John W. 

Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon W. 

Strasburg, William E. 

Streeter, Dorothy J. 

Swarr. Donna S. 

Szybist, Charles A. 



Tertel. Tracy 

Torrance, Mrs. C. Philip 

Trump, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. 

Turton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Turton. Mr and Mrs. Richard W. 
Utberg. Mr. and Mrs. Laixy T. 
Vestfals, Mr. and Mrs. Otis 
Wertz. Mr and Mrs. Timothy R. 
Wolferz. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. 
Wolff. Jack 
Yaw, Michelle M. 
» Zeigler, Lou Ann B. 
Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. 

DONORS 

» Aho, Toivo O. 

Argentero, Mr. and Mrs. Charies G. 

» Askey, William H. 

Bach. Lois E. 

Barclay. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. 

Basom, Mr. and Mrs. William 

Beery. Susan 

Benner, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. 

Bennett. Brent J. 

Bergren. Mr. and Mrs. Mark 

Berkheimer. Henry E. 

Bingaman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. 

Blair. James W. 

Blaschak. Mr. and Mrs. John A. 

» Bowers Robert G. 

Bressler, James P. 

Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. 

Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Benny C. 

Brown. Mr and Mrs. David L. 

Buedel, Barbara F. 

Burman, George R. 

Buzby. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 

Cardillo, Susan A. 

Carl, Diane M. 

» Carpenter, Rose 

Carson, Cynthia 

Carter, Tim 

Casale, Michael Jr. 

Case, Richard J. 

Christian, Frederick E. 

Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. 

Clegg. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 

Colletti. John J. 

Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. 

Commerford, Gerald W. 

Conrad, Jim P. 

Conrad. Mr and Mrs. Richard F. 

Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 

Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. William A. 

Cote, Laura C. 

» Crouse, Regina 

Curd. Ruth H. 

» Czap, John 

Daglian. Mr. and Mrs. John P. 

Dean. Terrance B. 

Desmond, Mr. and 

Mrs. Joseph B. Jr. 
Dickey, Jean and Clair 
Dietrich. Robert C. 
Dusthimer. Mr. and Mrs. David 
Eichelberger, Lucille 
Emerick, Michael J. 
Emery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 
Enney. Mr. and Mrs. George E. 
Erhard, Daniel 

Estate of Mary A. D. Worthington 
Everett, David 



Facey, Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. 
Falk, Gayle 
Felix, John A. 

Finch, Leta C. 

Fisher, Ralph H. 

Flayhart, Martin A. 

Fox, Jacquelyn J. 

Franke, Shelly 

Gabriel, Edward G. and Audrey S. 

Gault. John C. 

Giro. John S. 

Golahny. Amy 

Gorman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Harry H. Jr. 
» Graham, L. Eugene 

• Greevy, Charles F. HI 
Grenevich. Angela 
Habbel. Kathleen J. 
Haley, David K. 

Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Boies 

Hammond. Samuel 

» Handley, Donna 

Hannen, Helen M. 

Harley. Mr. and Mrs. F. Ellis 

Harper. David E. 

Hartranft, Pat 

Hartzel, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 

Haun. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 

Hayes. John and Sharon 

Heath, L, W. 

Heath, Marjory 

Henry, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruce 

Heun, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 

Heyman, David 

Heysel. Garett R. 

Hile, Rebecca L. C. 

Hockenberger. Howard and Virginia 

McMullen 
Hoke. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Holtz. Mr. and Mrs. Cari P. 
Hooftallen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl C, 
Hubka. Eugene L. 

• Hughes, Richard A. 
Jacobs. Colin 
Jensen, Sue E. 
Jewell, Susan M 
Johnson, Steven R. 
Johnston, David A. VII 
Jones, Mary 

Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Kadzik. Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. 

Keesbury, Judith 

Kelley. Mr and Mrs. Matthew P. 

Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. 

Kimble. Margaret 

Kisberg, Freda N. 

Kissell, James H. 

Klees, Gary 

Koehn, Steven C. 

Kramer, Jean E. 

Kramer, Nancy 

Kuntz, Carol J. 

Kyte. Frances R. 

Lakey, Richard J. and Sandra G. 

Lakhdhir. Karim 

Lamade. Howard J. Jr 

Libby. Mr and Mrs. Stephen D. 

Lilley, Norman O. (deceased) 

Loehr. Linda B. 

» Logue, Irma A. 

Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. John 

Lynch, Richard F. 



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Madvay, Nita R. 
Mahler, Charles H. 
Marovich. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jr. 
Matlock, Matilda 
Matthews, A. T. J. 

• McDonald, Chriss E. 
McDonald. Peyton 
McGinnis, David L. 
Mclver. Walter G. 
McNeil. Lawrence J. 
Meek. Virginia M. 
Miles. Tracy B. 

Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. 

Miller, Rebecca R. 

Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. 

Mitchell. Rev. and Mrs. Eugene 

Moses. Carole A. 

Motter, Alton 

Munroe. Mr. and Mrs. Eric 

Myers. David M. 

Myers, Phyllis B. 

Myers, Robert A. (deceased) 

Neely, .John 

Nemeth, Edward P. 

Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 

Nierle, Elsie Skvir 

O'Marra. Mr and Mrs. John L. 

Oza. Mr. and Mrs. Kinnaresh 

Page, Grace 

Peelor, Harry N. 

Peluso. Eileen M. 

Person, Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. 

Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. 

Peters. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lavere 

Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. 

Post. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 

Prowant, Nancy 

Ranck. Jeffrey 

Reynolds. Grace E. 

Rizzo, David 

Rizzo. Ryan 

Robinson. Denise Davidson 

Ross, Susan M. 

Rothrock, Harold J. 

Santucci. Vincent 

Sauvageau, Mr. and Mrs, Mark R. 

Scaramuzza. Tina S. 

• Schaefer, Fred 
Schmick. Brenda J. 

Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

Sharon, Muriel 

Shebell, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 

Shorb, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. 

Skelton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 

Slocum, Donald R. 

.Smith. Kevin S. and Debbie M. 

Snyder. Mr and Mrs. Wade R. 

Spence. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. 

Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. 

StilTler, Chester 

Strigli. Joanna 

Strous. Barabara W. 

Tamalis, John 

Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur R. 

Taylor. Mr and Mrs. Donald L. 

• Taylor. Esther 

Tetreault. Mr. and Mrs. Steve D. 
Thayer, Fred M. and Patricia 
Troxel, Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. 
Tufts, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley N. 



Wahl. Mr and Mrs. Avron J. 

Wainger, Gertrude 

Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 

Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander P. 
Weida, Richard A. 

Wenzel. Sandra L. 
Wheeler. Michael R. 
Willmann. Virginia R. 
Winiarczyk. Andrew W. 
Wittig, Patricia S. 
Witwer. David S. 
Woolum. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 
Yeh. Mr. and Mrs. Eshan B. 
Yerger. David B. and Ellen H. 
Zimmeniian. Melvin C. and Gail M. 
Special rlwiiks lo the following 
faculty ami staff for donating their 
time to the Lycoming Annual Fund: 
Jerry Faico, Ann Sue McConnick. 
Brenda Schmick. Jeremy Spencer. 
Sara Spencer 



RELIGIOUS 

AND OTHER 

ORGANIZATIONS 

Total Gifts: $36,285 

Admissions Staff of Lycoming 

College 
Allison United Methodist Church. 

Carlisle 
Church of Annunciation. Williamsport 
Damascus United Methodist Church 
Fairless Hills Alliance Church 
First United Methodist Church. 

Williamsport 
Grace Lutheran Church, Camp Hill 
Grace United Methodist Church. 

Williamsport 
Library Staff of Lycoming College 
Longstown United Methodist Church 
McVeylown United 
Methodist Church 
National Society Colonial Daughters 

of the 17th Century 
Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference. 

U^M. Church 
Pine Street United Methodist 

Church. Williamsport 
Presbyterian Church. Perry Valley 
Quilt Odyssey 
Schmid Family Trust 
Somerton United Methodist Church 
St. Paul's United Methodist Church. 

Red Lion 
Staff of the Cora J. Belden Library 
Susquehannock Region A.A.C.A. 
UMC-General Board of Higher 

Education & Ministry 
United Methodist Church Central 

PA Conference 
United Methodist Church. York 

Springs 
United Way of Burlington County 
United Way of Chester County 
United Way of The National Capital 

Area 
Verona United Methodist Church 
Women of Lycoming College 



SPECIAL 
FUNDS 

Ada Remley Temporary 
Restricted Fund 

Women of Lycoming College 

Alumni Brick Project/ 
Scholarship Fund 

Aubrey. Thomas M. Jr. "58 
Bahnuk. Timothy N. '74 and 

Linda Knechel '74 
Beals. Mark G. '56 
Champion. Ronald E. 
Chenoweth. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 
Chickey. Natalie Epinger '74 
Clark. Murl E. '73 
Corson. William E. '59 and 

Ann Merritt '59 
Crebs. Roger W. '87 and Tara 

Licsko '94 
Derr. Chester H. Jr. '65 and Denny 

E. Brown '65 
Diehl. Betty Moore 
Ely. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. 
Frazza. Peter J. '77 
Freet. David E. "68 
Gingrich. Mrs. Joan C. 
Goodear. Gary L. '62 
Haberberger. Susan 
Hamilton. Barry C. '70 
Jacob. Lisa Kaier '81 
Kift. Philip S. '48 and Betty 
Komer. Esther Leppler '74 
Lambert-Brown. Nancy '74 
Lundon. Eugene E. '57 and Jane K. 

Keyte '55 
Lobas. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lee 
Macpherson. Sherry L. '74 
Milberger, Thomas J. '74 and 
Cynthia Weiss '74 
Mitchell. Charles M. "53 
Ochej. Helen W. '68 
Paulick. Karen Luce '74 
Person. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ill 
Pile. Mark T. '74 and 

Jane Zorica '74 
Raudabaugh. Richard L. '60 
Rudy. James D. '61 
Smith Culin. Suzanne Cathy '74 
Spencer. Darlene J. 
Staiman. Marvin H. and Jean R. 

Alpert '47 
Stillman. Victoria Straka '87 
Tarditi. John J. Jr. '63 
Van Zanten. Henry A. '58 
Victoria Stillman Accounting & Tax 

Services 
Weimer. Ona R. '49 
Whiteaker. Pamela Bateman '74 
Wight. Pamela '74 
Youshaw. Dennis G. '61 

Andrew J. & Marie Wood 
White Scholarship 

White. Jean M. '50 



Arthur A. and Joanne O. 
Haberberger Endowed 
Scholarship Fund 

Haberberger. Arthur A. '59 
and Joanne 

Athletic Complex 
Renovation/Expansion 

Anderson. Dudley N. '68 
Anderson. George R. "56 
Bahl. David R. and Suzanne W. 
Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. 
Beidler. Susan K. 
Bender. Robert L. '59 and 

Ann Harper '60 
Bepler. Gary L. '67 
Billman. Jeffrey D. '77 and 

Carol McDivitt '76 
Boerckel, Gary M. 
Boerckel. Janelle A. 
Brysiak. Ms. Bonnie M. 
Bunce. Joseph O. Ill '63 
Burd. Richard A. '81 
Burdick. William L. '60 
Byerly. Jay R. '34 
Carey. Patrick J. and Maureen 
Carlson. John R '71 
Cleveland. Jay W. Sr and Sandra L. 
Costello. Molly L. 
Crockett. Robert R '61 
Croyle. Thomas B. '70 and 

Ruth E. Wilkinson '72 
Cummings. Dodd E. '86 
Cupp Bonding Agency 
Cupp. John E. '57 (deceased) 
Curley. William J. '71 
Curry. Robert L. Jr. '69 and Susan 
Curtiss. Mr. and Mrs. Ward S. 
DeJoseph. Paul M. '81 
DeRose. James M. '69 
DeWald. Richard W. '61 and 

Nancy H. 
DiMichele. Stephen W. '73 and 

Lucinda J. Hamilton '73 
Dincher. Gary M. '80 
Drum. Brian D. '86 and 

Barbara Burnett '86 
East End Lumber Company 
Edmonds. Walter G. '67 and 

Peggy Giauque '69 
Erdman. Troy M. '91 
Ernst. John B. II '85 and 

Margret DelBianco '85 
Falco, Jerry S. 
Farrell, Christopher R. '94 
Faust. Eric C. '90 
Franz. David A. and Sally 
Freet. Robert Ch;u-les '64 
Fultz. Daniel G. '57 and 

Helen I. Holler '57 
GaNung. Mark A. '85 and 

Kathy A. Zechman '83 
Gaughan. W. Clark '77 
Genther, Edward J. Ill '71 
Girardi. Frank L. Sr. and Lynne 
Gold. Edward D. '78 
Gonzalez. Jorge F. '80 
Hajzak. John P. '63 
Haley. David K. 
Hartford Insurance Group 

Foundation 



Hartranfl. Daniel L. '75 and Susan 

C. Carrell '11 
Heartland Internal Medicine 

Associates PA 
Heiney. David M. "62 and Donna 

Michael '62 
Heintz, Robert J. Jn '64 
Henry. Paul B. '66 and Louise D. 

Gossler '65 
Hetrick, George C. "93 
Hinies, David A. '58 
Holdren. Kenneth A. '79 
Hoover, Ronald W. '81 
Hoover, Sean '91 
Houck, R. Gary '67 
Huber, Sharon Beck '82 
Hughes, Richard A. and Diane 

Stalker '74 
Jersey Shore Steel Company 
Johnson, Dominic G. '78 and 
Gwendolyn A. Sterling '78 
Johnson, Steven P. '76 and 

Mary Ann 
Jones. Robert D. '71 and Cherolyn 

M. Messer '72 
Kilt. Philip S. '48 and Betty 
Kitchen. Timothy G. '69 
Kopitsky. David M. '71 

Krapf Bus Companies 

Krapf. Dale N. '67 and Nannette 

Krapf. Dallas L. '69 and Diane 

Kytc. Mr Roger 

Lea. John H, III '80 

Leahy. Robert J. '75 and Beth W. 
Wallace '77 

Lesnewich, Robert K. '78 

Little. Robert G. '63 and Bjorg S. 
Storbye '65 

Lynch. Bridget M. '95 

Martz. D. Stephen '64 and Sandra 

Massachusetts Mutual Life 
Insurance Company 

McKeman. Jean 

McKnight Motors. Inc. 

Medow, Norman B. '60 

Milici. Anthony J. '75 

Miller, Rebecca R. 

Nolder, Martha D. '96 

North, 'William J. '84 and Elizabeth 
Banick '86 

Oot, David A. '66 

Patterson, G. Bruce '65 

Patterson, Geoffrey Scott '92 

Patterson. J. Barry '62 

Peatfield, Harold A. '65 

Pickelner Fuel Company. Inc. 

Pickelner. William E. and Sara F. 

Pielr/ak, Thomas J. '87 

Piper, John F. Jr. and Margaret P. 

Poorman, Roger C. '72 

Protasio. Charles F. '80 

Pruess, Warren W. '64 

Radomicki. Raymond J. '78 

Rauff. Jeffrey W. '72 

Reich, Theodore and Sandy 

Rife, Dr. David J. 

Ritter. Wade E. '84 

Ruhl Thomas L. and Karen R. 

Ryscavage, Edward T. Ill "87 

Schultz. Jack C. and Carole L. 

Schultz. Peter D. and Linda Post '75 

Schweder, J. Michael "71 and 



Annette L. Weaver "72 
Shaffer. Charles W. "64 
Shannon. Joseph B. "84 
Shipley, Roger D. and Nancy T. 
Smith, James W. "71 and Laureen 

Connolly "71 
Spadoni. Christopher T. "73 
Spencer. James D. and Gail M. 
State Farm Insurance Companies 
Stem. Larry E. "85 
Topolski. Daniel R. Jr "88 
Tray. R Jay "69 
Tally. Ms. Virginia S. 
"Vilushis. George J. '69 
Vogler, Mr. and Mrs. Jon L. 
Wagner. Jeffrey A. "76 
Wilt. Richard S. Sr. "68 and Gaie 
Wiser, Steven R. "74 
Youshaw. Dennis G. '61 

Baker Scholarship 

Baker, Eph I. and Bess D. 

Basin Street Project 

Welch. Marshall D. Jr. and Mary L. 

Beemer Scholarship 

Beemer. Rev. and Mrs. Albert L. 
Hann, Carol Freeman "67 
Wrigley, Michael S. '67 

Biology 

Eiswerth, Shirley L. '99 

Brian L. Belz, 
Class of 1996 - 
Merck Scholarship 

Belz. Brian L. '96 

Merck Company Foundation 

Budd F. Whitehill 
Endowment 

Horvath. James J. "64 

Wolfe. Daniel E. "67 and Linda 

Canaan Valley 
Institute Grant 

Canaan Valley Institute. Inc. 

Chemistry Department 

Instrumentation 

Endowment 

Air Products and Chemicals. Inc. 
BASF Corporation 
Blatchley. Ronald C. "65 and 

Frances A. Thompson 
Chianelli. Robert E. "86 and 

Karen M. 
Epley. Bruce E, "87 and 

Melody Griese "89 
Farrell, David M. "74 
Franz. David A. and Sally 
Frommer, James F. Jr. '92 
Georgy, Matthew F. '98 
Graybill. Gary R. '77 
Hendrix. Melissa Dillman "99 
Livingstone. Thomas Jr. "71 
Lonza. Inc. 

McGovem, Nancy Dech "92 
Merck Company Foundation 



Merkel, Timothy F. '64 
Murray. Bruce D. "65 
Muschlitz. Pamela M. "98 
Piper. John F. Jr. and Margaret P. 

In Memory of Mr. and 

Mrs. Russell Franz 
Stout. Steven J. "72 
Vargeson. Jamie "97 

Cheryl Eck Spencer 
Endowed Scholarship Fund 

Abbott Laboratories Fund 
Spencer. Cheryl Eck "70 

Chieftain Plaque 

(Class of '52) 

Marion. Ralph Jr "52 

Citizens & Northern Bank 
Scholarship 

Citizens & Northern Bank 

Class of 2000 Scholarship 

Beierlein. Julie D. "00 
Lazenby. Mr and Mrs. Gary W. 
Lazenby, Paul G. "00 
Waters, Sandra L. "00 

Class of 2001 Scholarship 

Barbossa, Daniel A, '00 
Barnes, Mark R "01 
Boland, James A. "01 
Caswell. Ellen E. "01 
Clare. Amanda O. "01 
Commerford. Timothy S. "01 
Crespo. Lorraine Henn "01 
DeRemer. Nathan L. '01 
DiSaverio. Gino M. "01 and 

Jayme C. Caliendo "00 
Eves. Jenny M. "01 
Fedor, Jennifer 01 
Franson. Janel E. '01 
Goodeluinas. Mr. and Mrs. George 
Hautala. Emily R. "01 
Kowalchick. Jennifer E. "01 
Kuckla. Adrianna "01 
Low. Rebecca A. '01 
Matukonis, Alicia N. '01 
McAfoos. Sara L. '01 
McDowell. Andrea L. "00 
Mumma. Erin K. '01 
Mumane, Nicole L. '01 
Nolan. Laura M. '01 
Pawlak. Joseph P '01 
Perch, Jennifer L. '01 
Petrosky. Alicia A. "01 
Petrosky, Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. 
Rodin, Suzanne A. "01 
Small. Sarah M. "01 
Smith. Valicity M. "01 
Sommer, Michael D. "01 
Sponaugle, Brandon R. "01 
Springman, David L. "74 

and Cynthia D. 
Strieker. Emily H. "01 
Szentesy, Megan M. "01 
Uher. Karen L. "01 
Wayman. Erin E. '01 
Welker. Kelly A. '01 
Wilt. Heather M. "01 



Class of 1988 Scholarship 

McCallus, Colleen M. "88 

Clifford Casselberry 
Endowed Scholarship Fund 

Hayes, Michael J. '63 and Tina 

D. F. Wertz Endowed 
Scholarship 

Allison United Methodist 
Church of Carlisle 

David Gardner Endowed 
Scholarship Fund 

Hayes. Michael J. '63 and Tina 

Dr. Daniel W. & Alicia R. 
Bythewood Scholarship 

Bythewood. Daniel W. '68 
and Alicia R. 

Eduardo Guerra Prize 

GTE Foundation Verizon 
Miller. William R. "69 

Education 

Missigman. Maria Testa '67 

Endowment General 

Henry, Paul B. '66 and 
Louise D. Gossler "65 
Newman, Jeffrey D. 

English 

Beshore, Shallimar ShoUey "51 

Esther Fry Huyck '54 
Endowed Library 
Resource Fund 

Calistri, Judith Fry "56 
Huyck, Robert W. "54 

Faculty Award - Religion 
and Archaeology 

Johnson. Steven R. 
Knauth. Robin J. DeWitt 

General Scholarship- 
Unrestricted 

Lockcuff. Laurie Lesher "80 
Ton-ance, Mrs. C. Philip 
Whelan. John M. Jr. and 
Patricia A. '88 

George and Mary Flexer 
Endowed Scholarship 

Mary E. Flexer '31 Trust 

Harold and Joyce Simpson 
Hershberger Endowed 
Scholarship 

Hershberger. Harold D. Jr '51 
and Joyce 

Housenick Miller 
Scholarship 

National Society Colonial Daughters 
of the 1 7th Century 



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DONORS 



Jay Cleveland Sr. Endowed 
Scholarship 

Cleveland Brothers Equipment 

Company 
Cleveland, Jay W. Sr. and Sandra L. 

Jersey Shore State Bank 
Endowed Scholarship 

Jersey Shore State Bank 

Joanne & Arthur 
Haberberger Endowed 
Scholarship 

Arbee 
In Honor of Arthur A. Haberberger 

John Radspinner 
Chemistry Scholarship 

Hill, Daniel E. '61 and Daphne 

Kyte Family Endowed 
Scholarship Fund 

The following gifts were made in 
memory of Angela R. Kyte '73 : 

Adams, Mark R. '73 

Alguero. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. 

Argentero. Mr. and 

Mrs. Charles G. 
Bond. Melanie R. '73 
Brown, Mr and Mrs. Benny C. 
Burket, Robert W. Jr. '73 
Bums, Robert Jesse Jr. '85 
Burshteyn. Svetlana 
Buzby. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 
Cardillo, Susan A. 
Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. James E. 
Carson, Cynthia 
Carver, Terry L. '73 
Catherman, Charles W. Jr. '73 
Chaapel, Carol Appleman '73 
Clark, David B. '63 
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. 
Clarke, Christine Wilshusen "73 
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. 
Cote, Laura C. 
Crowe, John P. '71 and 

Carol A. Vaira '71 
Crowley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Curd, Mr and Mrs. Warren John 
Curd. Richard A. 
Curd. Ruth H. 

Daglian. Mr. and Mrs. John P. 
Dartt, Brenda Willcutt '73 
Duncan, Ann Phillips '72 and 

Jeffrey H. '73 
Emanuel Choir and Emanuel 

Handbell Choir of Hartford. CT 
Emerick, Michael J. 
Emery, Mr and Mrs. Robert L. 
Enney, Mr. and Mrs. George E. 
Erikson, Dawn 
Finch, Leta C. 
Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. 
Forster, Mr. and 

Mrs. Christopher A. 
Fossil Butte National Monument 
Franke, Shellym 
Graybill, Robert A. '73 
Greenwood, Mark A. 
Grenevich, Angela 
Hanrahan, Phyllis Mongiello '73 



Hiuper, David E. 
Heath, Marjory 
Heun, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 
Hobson, George K. 
Hockenberger, Howard and 

Virginia McMullen 
Holtz, Mr. and Mrs. Carl P 
Howden, Robert C. '73 
Hunt, Elizabeth Hartman '94 
Jackson, David B. '73 
Jacobs, Mrs. Colin 
Jacobus, Mr and 

Mrs. Roland A. Ill 
Jensen, Sue E. 
Johanson Manufacturing 

Corporation 
Kadzik, Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. 
Kelley. Mr and Mrs. Matthew P. 
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. 
Kramer, Nancy 

Kraus, Mr and Mrs. WilHam R. 
Kyte, Clayton R. 
Kyte, Frances R. 
Kyte, Jason 
Kyte. Morgan R. '00 
Kyte. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 
Kyte. Mr. Roger 
Langston, Joan Schrade '73 
Lavoie, Mary Burke '73 
Libby, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. 
Lloyd, David M. '73 and 

Shirley D. 
Longley, Carol Indruk '73 
Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Lynch, Richard F 
Madvay, Nita R. 
Mangeney, Victor T. '73 and 

Kathleen L. 
Marsh, Inc, 
Maynard, Joy A. 
McCall, Charles W. '73 
McGinnis, David L. 
McQuay International 
Michals, Wahl. Silver. Leitner, 

Tort, & Defazio, PA. 
Mills, Mr and Mrs. Ernest A. 
Missouri Department Health and 

Senior Services 
Mitchell. Rev. and Mrs. Eugene 

Munroe, Mr and Mrs. Eric 
National Prescription 

Administrators, Inc. 
New Jersey School Boards 

Association 
O'Marra, Mr and Mrs. John L. 
Oza, Mr. and Mrs. Kinnaresh 
Patterson, Jacqueline R. 
Perrius, Kathleen M. 
Post, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. 
Prince, Stephen G. 
Quilt Odyssey 
Reynolds, Grace E. 
Rhodes, Alan C. '73 
Risk and Insurance 

Education, Inc. 
Robson. Sue Fitzgerald '73 
Ruhl, Thomas L. and Karen R. 
Russell, Lynn M. 
Russell, Mr and Mrs. Earlene J. 
Russell, Steven J. '80 
Santucci, Vincent 
Saunders, Sue A. and Donald C. 




Stuart, III 
Sauvageau, Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. 
Scaramuzza, Tina S. 
Scott, James G. "70 
Sek, Mr Kenneth and 

Ms. Nancy Palinski 
Smith, Sherrie Burton '73 
Snyder, Robert L. II '73 
Sroka. William J. '73 
Staff of the Cora J. Belden 

Library 
Steele. Mr and Mrs. Harmon W. 
Strigli. Joanna 
Sutton, Jane Hertzler '73 
Swarr, Donna S. 
Teasley, John C. '73 
Troxel, Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. 



Turton. Mr and Mrs. Richard 
Turton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. 
Utberg, Mr and Mrs. Larry T. 
Vaira, Marjorie P. 
Verona United Methodist Church 
Wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Avron J. 
Ward, Mr and Mrs. Alexander P. 
Washington Women's Foundation 
William H. Connelly & Co. 
Wolferz. Mr and Mrs. Richard G. 
Wolferz. Sarah E. '01 
Wolff. Jack 
Wood. Ann Bell '73 
Yeh, Mr and Mrs. Eshan B. 
Zecha. Angelyn B. "73 
Zimmerman, Mr and 
Mrs. Ralph A. 




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Larrabee Prize 

Larrabee, Don M. II 

Larry Strauser Lectureship 

Beidler. Susan K. 
Miller, Andreas H. '78 

Leo Calistri Endowed 
Scholarship 

Calistri, Judith Fry '56 

Little Award 

Little. Mrs. K. Louise 

Loring B. Priest Research 

Priest. Louise Brown '61 

Louise Good Peters 
Endowed Scholarship Fund 

Kramer. Jean E. 

In Memory of Louise Good Peters 
Meek, Virginia M. 

In Memory of Louise Good Peters 
Strous, Barabara W. 

In Memory of Louise Good Peters 
Wainger. Gertrude 

In Memory of Louise Good Peters 

Mabel K. Bauer 
Scholarship 

Curtis. Shirley L. '59 

Madeline Whitlock 
Endowed Scholarship Fund 

Hayes, Michael J. '63 and Tina 

Mclver Fund 

Latagliata. Anthony E. '74 and 
Patricia Zimmer '75 
In Memory of Kate Sudekum 

Merck Grant for 
Interdisciplinary Research 

Merck & Co., Inc. 

Merck Company Foundation 

Music 

Beshore, Shallimar Sholley '51 

Non Cash In-Kind 
Property 

Laver, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Jr. 

Non Cash In-Kind Services 

Genetti Hotel & Convention Center 

Parente Randolph 
Endowed Fund for Tax 
Accounting 

Parente Randolph. PC 

Parente Randolph, PC 
Prize Fund for Tax 
Accouting 

Parente Randolph. PC 

Parente Randolph, PC 
Scholarship Fund for Tax 
Accounting 

Parente Randolph. PC 



Penguin Award for 
Excellence in English 

Guellich, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 

Phyllis I. Billman Memorial 
Scholarship Fund 

Billman. James K. Jr. 

Plankenhorn Alumni 
Award for Faculty 
Excellence 

DiCenso, Barbara Reed '58 
Graham, Helen Duvall '?>2 
Graham, L. Eugene 
Krauser. David J. '68 and Patricia 
MacBride '68 

Plant Maintenance 

Petemian. Lewis C. '76 
Susquehannock Region A.A.C.A. 

Political Science 

Wojcicki. Michael J. "76 

Rauff Scholarship 

Zack. Richard T. '71 

Regional Alumni 
Gatherings 

Benson Thomson Agency, Inc. 

Hume. Joe E. 

McComiick, Jay '60 and Ann Sue 

Bingaman '60 

In Memory of Henry McConnick 
Promotional Specialists 
Thomson, Jay '86 

Richard and Marilyn 
Myers Endowed 
Scholarship Fund 

Myers, Richard L. '68 

Richard L. Mix '51 and 
Miriam S. Mix History 
Prize 

Mix. Richard L. '51 and Miriam S. 

Richmond Professorship 

Compton. John W. Jr. '88 
Holdren. Kenneth A. '79 
Klein. Paul S. '75 
Langdon. Daniel R. '7,^ 
Malinosky, Mark J. '88 
Richmond, Logan A. '54 and 

Margaret V. 
Wienecke. Richard E. '66 and Kay 

Robert and Thelma 
Douthat Endowed 
Scholarship 

Douthat. James E. and Emily C. 

Russell Applied Music 
Scholarship 

Boerckel, Gary M. 
Boerckel. Janelle A. 



Senior Celebration Fund 

Beery, Susan 

Beidler, Susan K. 

Buedel. Barbara F. 

Carl, Diane M. 

Carter, Tim 

Costello, Molly L. 

Derr, Brian R. 

Dietrich, Robert C. 

Ditzler. Christen E. 

Douthat. James E. and Emily C. 

Edmonds. Charles W. '98 

Falco. Jerry S. 

Franz. David A. and Sally 

Golahny, Amy 

Griesemer, Robert W. and Judith 

Haley. David K. 

Herring. Owen F. 

Heysel. Garett R. 

Hile. Rebecca L. C. 

Jewell, Susan M 

Karschner, Patricia L. 

Kimble, Margaret 

Kinley, Wayne E. '69 and Dianna G. 

Koehn. Steven C. 

Mahler. Charies H. 

McCahan. Jason 

McConnick. Jay '60 and Ann Sue 

Bingaman '60 
Miles. Tracy B. 
Morris. Richard J. 
Newman. Jeffrey D. 
Peluso. Eileen M. 
Piper. John F Jr. and Margaret P. 
Rife. David J. 

Robinson, Denise Davidson 
Ross, Susan M. 
Ruhl, Thomas L. and Karen R. 
Saunders, Sue A. and Donald C. 

Stuart, III 
Schmick, Brenda J. 
Slocum. Donald R. 
Smith. Kevin S. and Debbie M. 
Spencer. James D. and Gail M. 
Spencer, Jeremy C. '95 and Sarah 

Anderson 
Sprunger. Philip W. and 

Elizabeth Yoder 
Waterman. Kimberly A. '00 
Weaver. Donna A. 
Wenzel, Sandra L. 
Whelan, John M. Jr. and 

Patricia A. '88 
Wilson. Jennifer Desmond 
Witwer, David S. 
Wool. Jack and Jean C. 
Yaw. Michelle M. 
Yerger. David B. and Ellen H. 
Zimmerman. Melvin C. and Gail M. 

Southern Campus 
Improvements 

Glunk. Daniel J. and Margrit M. 

Shoemaker 
Henry. Paul B. '66 and 

Louise D. Gossler '65 
M & T Charitable Foundation 
M&T Bank 
Youshaw. Dennis G. '61 



Staats Endowed Scholarship 

Staats. Elmer B. 

Stout Chemistry Research 

Stout, Steven J. '72 

Streeter Prize 

Streeter. Dorothy J. 

Student Services 

Pietrovito. James A. '71 
Richmond. Norman L. '72 
Special Risk Consultants, Inc. 

Summer Theatre 

Allen, Jerry D. and Kathleen M. 
A.xeman. Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. 
Basom. Mr. and Mrs. William 
Beidler. Susan K. 
Berkheimer, Henry E. 

In Memory of James Denton 
Biichle. Emily C. '47 

In Memory of James Denton 
Bower. Virginia M. 
Brouse, David Y. '47 and MuryJo 

Ault '46 
Buckle. Jack C. and Janet C. 
Burch, Clarence W. and Georgia 
Carpenter, Harris, and Flayhart 
Collins, Leonard R. and Regina M. 
Costello, Molly L. 
Crossley, James H. '57 
DePasquale Staffing Services 
Duda. Heather '98 

In Memory of James Denton 
Edkin. Anna Shultz '48 
Ertel. Allen E. 
Everett, David 
Felix. John A. 

Fink. Mr and Mrs. Robyn H. 
Fink's Paint Store 
Flayhart, Martin A. 
Fredrickson. Robert H. 
Fultz. Daniel G. '57 and Helen I. 

Holler '57 
Gault. John C. 

In Memory of James Denton 
Habbel. Kathleen J. 

In Memory of James Denton 
Hannen. Helen M. 
Haun. Mr. and Mrs. Charies 

In Memory of James Denton 
Heller. Jean T. '47 
Hershberger, Harold D, Jr. '51 and 

Joyce 
Hill, Daniel E. '61 and Daphne 
Kisberg, Freda N. 
Lakhdhir, Karim 
Lamade, Howard J. Jr. 
Laver. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Jr. 

In Memory of James Denton 
Loehr. Linda B. 
Lundy. Frank B. and Carolyn-Kay 

Miller '6.3 
Maples. Robert J. B. and Dorothy E. 

In Memory of James Denton 
Montgomery. Mr and Mrs. Gale G. 
Paris. Charies A. and Betty J. 

Kuhns '70 
Person, John E. Jr. and 

Charlotte Tepel '37 
Person, Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. 



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DONORS 



Piper. John F. Jr. and Margaret P. 
Powers. Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. 
Robert M. Sides Family 

Music Center 
Schultz. Jack C. and Carole L. 
Sides, Hugh H. '60 and Carol 
Spring-Greenberg, Elayne Myers '67 

and Bernard 
Staiman. Marvin H. and 

Jean R. Alpert '47 
Taylor. Dr and Mrs. Arthur R. 
Teufel, Thomas and Doris T 

Heller '54 
Winiarczyk. Andrew W. 

Swimming Pool Scoreboard 

Gibbon. Mark A. '83 and Mona R. 

Temporary Restricted Gifts 

Fultz, Daniel G. '57 and 

Helen I. Holler '57 
Haberberger. Ailhur A. '59 

and Joanne 
M&T Bank 
Sode.xho Mairiolt Services, Inc. 

Tlie Dr. Will George Butler 
Band Scholarship 

Mix, Richard L. '51 and Miriam S. 

The Economics 
Department Prize and 
Scholarship 

Sprunger, Philip W. and 
Elizabeth Yoder 

The Endowed Prize in 
Religion and Archeology 

Guen'a. Eduardo 

Ruhl, Thomas L. and Karen R. 

Tour Choir Fund 

Campbell. Thomas R. '64 

and Ann Bly '64 
Ciraulo. Marianna '57 
Duda. Charles A. '81 
Johnston. David A. VII 
Kendrick, Catherine Gregory '80 
Kuntz, Carol J. 
Latagliata, Anthony E. '74 

and Patricia Ziininer '75 

In Memory of Kate Sudekum 
Newman. Mr. and Mrs. David E. 
Reed. Donald B. '64 and 

Lynn Meincke '64 
Shangraw. Robert L. '58 

and Charlene 
Tietbohl. Dr. and 

Mrs. Ronald N. '57 
Welch, Vivian Reeder ' 87 

Trask Chemistry Award 

McDonald. Chriss E. and 
Janet Lynn '92 



Trout Unlimited 
(Susquehanna Chapter) 
Grant 

Trout Unlimited 

U.M.C. Habitat for 
Humanity Fund 

A/C Power Colver Operations 

Bach. Lois E. 

Bell, Gregory J. '99 and Mai-y 

(Katie) Wuestner '00 
Bennett. Brent J. 
Bernard Madoft Investments 

Securities LLC 
Campana, Campana & 

Lovecchio. LLP, 
Caravaggio. Steven '82 and 

Susan Burch '81 
Carpetbagger Collectibles 
Chamick. Mr. and 

Mrs. Stanley Mark 
Church of Annunciation 
Davis, Keith R. '00 
Dicken. Melinda N. 
Dusthimer, Mr. and Mrs. David 
English, Joann K. 
Fairless Hills Alliance Church 
Falco. Jerry S. 
First United Methodist Church of 

Williamsport 
Fisher. Ralph H. 
Fowler Motors 
Franz. David A. and Sally 
Gentile. Bethany Ann '95 
Grace Lutheran Church of 

Camp Hill 
Grace United Methodist 

Church of Williamsport 
Hammond, Mr. and 

Mrs. Gary Aldridge 
Heiney. David M. '62 and 

Donna M. Michael '62 
Hengst. Mr and Mrs. Michael E. 
Hoke. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Hurlbert. Mr. and 

Mrs. Bruce M. 
Jones. Mary 

Kampe. Mr. and Mrs. Toms 
Keane. Joseph M. '99 
Kinley, Wayne E. '69 and Dianna G. 
Knight Capital Markets. LLC 
Longstown United 

Methodist Church 
McGough, Michael A. '00 and 

Stefanie Kachur '00 
Mcgrath. Mr and Mrs. Thomas L. 
McVeytown United 
Methodist Church 
Moran. Jason '04 
Moses, Carole A. 
Myers. David M. 
Pendlebury. Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. 
Pennington. Elizabeth W. 
Person. Mr and Mrs. John E. Ill 
Peters. Mr and Mrs. David Keith 
Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. 
Peters. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lavere 
Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. 
Pine Street United Methodist Church 

of Williamsport 



Polar Services 

Presbyterian Church of Perry Valley 

Prudential Insurance Foundation 

Reese, Ms. Beth 

Rodarmel. Rennel William '72 

Selinsgrove Dental Ails 

Sharars Grocery 

Soulner's Hallmark Cards 

Spence, Mr and Mrs. Harold D. 

Sprunger. Philip W. and Elizabeth 

Yoder 
St. Paul's United Methodist Church 

of Red Lion 
Susquehanna Transit 
Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Donald L. 
Tertel. Tracy 

Thayer. Fred M. and Patricia 
Turn Key Construction. Inc. 
United Methodist Church of York 

Springs PA 
Walker, Erin P '0.3 
Weida. Richard A. 
Wertz. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. 

In Memory of Edna Trout Franz 
Wertz. Susan K. '97 
Woodlands Bank 
Wool. Jack and Jean C. 
Zimmeniian. Phillip C. '02 

United Methodist 
Scholarship 

United Methodist Church Central 
PA Conference 

United Methodist Teaching 
Award 

UMC-General Board of Higher 
Education & Ministry 

Unrestricted Bequests 

Estate of Myron L. Bamhart. 
Estate of Robert H. Seewald, '49 
Howard C. Beach '49 Trust 

Warrior Club Cross 
Country 

McCall, Charles W. '73 
Seymour, Mr and Mrs. Keith L. 
Siegrist, Rayinond '70 

Warrior Club Football 

Albeck, Joseph G. Ill '00 
Alboucq, Mr and Mrs. Stewart Alan 
Alexander. Blaise J. 
Aubrey, Thomas M. Jr. '58 
Babbony, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. 
Bagonis. Anthony J. '75 
Bagwell. Lonnie R. II '00 
Baker. William L. '57 and 

Carol Ergott '60 
Barclay. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. 
Ban-. Mr. and Mrs. Bob K. 
Beach, Howard C. '49 (deceased) 
Belter's Home Center 
Benner. Mr and Mrs. Raymond L. 
Benner. Todd R. '88 and Lisa 

Englund '88 
Bepler. Gary L. '67 
Bergmann. Kenneth M. '95 
Bingaman, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth L. 



Blaise Alexander Chevrolet. Inc. 
Bomman. T. Tyron '79 
Bower, Walter H. Jr '68 
Boyd, A. Shapleigh IV and 

Elizabeth G. 
Brandemarti. Mr. and 

Mrs. Nicholas M. 
Bray, Scott C. '92 and 

Stacey Shaffer '96 
Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. 
Brown. Mr and Mrs. Peter J. Jr. 
Bruno. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Bubb. Robert M. Sr '35 
Butler. Gerald P Jr '79 
Cadden. Keith M. '96 
Cardillo. Ms. Karen M. 
Carey. Patrick J. and Maureen 
Caseino, Mr and Mrs. Samuel C. 
Christensen. Mr and Mrs. Glenn 
Clancy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. 
Cober. L. Randall '74 and Susan 
Cohen, Michael R. '66 
Colletti, John J. 
Connaghan, George P. '84 
Controvich. Mr William J. 
Conville. James S. '86 and 

CaraDeCord '86 
Cook. Mr and Mrs. Donald A. 
Corsilli. Mr and Mrs. Dante Jr. 
Cosgrove, Matthew '98 
Cosgrove, Ms. Mary C. 
Crockett. Robert P. '61 
Curry. Drew C. '80 
Dalaiino, James J. '91 
Deal. Mrs. Carol Marie 
DeJoseph, Paul M. '81 
Desinond. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Jr. 
Diltz, Mr and Mrs. William L. 
Dodge, Wesley S. '37 
Dougherty. Edward S. '92 
Downey. Michael R. '96 
Dreese, Dartyl R. "71 and 

Donna K. Fisher '72 
Dunwoody Beauty Shop 
Durkin. Andrew P. '95 
Elhs. James R. '87 
Engel. Kenneth F. and Nancy K. 
Engelman. Mr and Mrs. Dennis 
Erdman. Troy M. '91 
Ernst. John B. '58 
Evans. William E. '72 
Farr. Lawrence D, '99 
Farr, Mr and Mrs. Leon G. 
Flamingo, Mr and 

Mrs. Anthony Dominic 
Finkelstein. Mark '85 
Flaherty. Michael C. '88 
Franklin. David L. '74 
Frazier. Robert Michael '93 
Fricke. Heberton E. '87 and 

Patricia Duryea '89 
Genther. Edward J. Ill '71 
Gibbons. David R '88 
Gillespie, Joseph Jr. '91 
Gilmore, Mr and Mrs. Charles D. 
Gindville. Mr. and Mrs. John E. 
Girardi. Judy 

Grace. Mr and Mrs. William P, 
Grace, Thomas J. '99 
Graffius, Bradly W. '92 



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Grenoble. Mr. and 

Mrs. Nathan Eugene 
Gressens. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. 
Grimes. Vincent A. '90 
Gwiazdowski. Stephen F. '79 
Haas, Ronnie W. Jr. '99 
Hanna, Joseph P. Jr. '01 
Hanratty. Mr. and Mrs. James 
Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
Hart. Timothy M. '99 
Henrich. Mr and Mrs. John A. 
Hoover. Rayallen '5b 
Houck. Mr. and Mrs, Robert 
Hovey, Steven R. '79 
Joe, John J. '59 

Kaspick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. 
Keihl, Jack D. 11 '97 
Ken's Dog Grooming 
Kern, Michael J. '86 
Kindler. Frank M. '77 
Koval, John E. Jr. '67 
Kownackj, Raymond F. '74 
Kreutzer, Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. 
Kuska. John J. Jr. '75 
Latsha, Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. 
Leader. Jerry L. '78 
Lenz, Steven D. '90 
List. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Ill 
Lloyd. David M. '73 and Shirley D. 
Lloyd. Richard H. '-S9 and 

Maralyn Hinkle '.W 
Luci. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin 
Luty, Charles W. Jr. '3S (deceased) 
Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 
Mangan. Nathan '97 
Mangeney, Victor T. '73 and 

Kathleen L. 
Martz. G. Robert '59 
McCabe. John J. '82 
McDonald. Peyton 
McGinn, Gerard L. '78 
McGough. Michael A. '00 and 

Stefanie Kachur '00 
McGough, Mr. Henry A. 
Migliarcse. Joseph E. '83 
Milliken. Joseph Michael '92 
Montague. Michael P. '88 and 

Antoinette Lettini '89 
Mooney, John P. '99 
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. David B. 
Murray, Daniel W. '83 and 

Laura Sokolowski '81 
Muth. James D. '92 
Nellen, Gunther F '72 and 

Lynn Holl '72 
Noone, Joseph C. '84 and Janet 

Braun '85 
Northeast Investigations, Inc. 
Nuline Corporation 
Oakley. Jeffrey T. '95 
Olsen, William O. '71 
Padden. Patrick T. Jr '92 
Pease. Michael R '85 
Pfaff, Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. 
Piccolo, Katherine 
Pietrzak, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Pietrzak, Thomas J. '87 
Piper, John F. Jr. and Margaret P. 
Plankenhom, Charles M. 
Poe, Jerry A. '64 and Constance 

Rupp '64 
Raucci, Marshall Jr. 



Reaser. Azure L. '00 
Reeder. Richard M. '54 
Regenski, Joseph S. Jr. '99 
Reybitz, Mr. and Mrs. Chester 
Rice. Mark '97 and Dana Dinger '98 
Richmond, Logan A. '54 and 

Margaret V. 
Roberts. David W. "77 
Rodarmel, Rennel William '72 
Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. 
Ruskey, John S. '84 
Schemery, W. Patrick 
Schmid Family Trust 
Schmid. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. 
Schweder, J. Michael '71 and 

Annette L. Weaver '72 
Scott. James G. '7(1 
Selinsgrove Ford Motors, Inc. 
Shaffer, Mrs. Susan L. 
Sheridan. Cory J. '93 
Shumbres. Mr. and 

Mrs. Lawrence F. 
Simatos, James C. '80 
Sinnott, Robert J. '81 
Sitler. Mark C. '86 
Slemmer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. 
Smith, James W. '71 and 

Laureen Connolly '71 
Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Wade R. 
Sokso, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray 
Spellman, Patrick J. '85 
Sprengel. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. 
State Farm Insurance Companies 
Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. 
Steiner. Randall W. '77 
Straub, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lee 
Techtniann, James W. "75 and 

Michelle E. Monell '78 
Terwilliger, Edward F. '91 and 

Krista Storlazzi '93 
The Styling Station 
Tinney, Mr. and Mrs. John F. 
Vargo, Keith E. '73 
Vilushis. George J. '69 
Wagner, Richard S. '67 and 

Lucinda A. Snyder '68 
Wallis-Grenoble Funeral Home. Inc. 
Wilt. Richard S. Sr '68 and Gaie 
Wilt. Walter W. '65 
Withelder, Mr, and Mrs, Ronald J. 
Worth, Howard L. '58 
Yasui, Robert S. and Phyllis L. 
Yerger, Barry G. "59 and Roberta M, 
Zielinski, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 

Warrior Club General 

Blair. James W. 
Bonfatto, John A. '58 
Boyer. Mr. and Mrs. Gale O. 
Burch. Clarence W. and Georgia 
Calistri, Judith Fry '56 
Carey. Patrick J. and Maureen 
Enstine, Raymond W. Jr. '68 and 

Gwendolyn Gehman '71 
Failor, Donald E. '68 and 

Marilyn Phillippy "70 
Felix, Richard H. '56 
Fultz. Daniel G. '57 and 

Helen I. Holler '57 
Gardy, Michael R. '66 
Harding, James W. '38 



Himcs, David A. '58 
Jackson. David J. '64 
Johnson. Edwiird C. '53 and 

Kathryn Baldwin '67 
Keller, James J. '50 and Mary Ann 
Kinley, Wayne E. '69 and Dianna G. 
Laedlein. Frank H. '42 
Lee, David B. '61 and Joyce W. 
Mclver. Walter G. 
McManigal, Robert E, '58 
McNeil, John S. '63 
Mitchell, Chiirles M. '53 
Richmond, Logan A. '54 and 

Margaret V. 
Robert M. Sides Family Music 

Center 
Ruhl. Thomas L. and Karen R. 
Sanders Mortuary. LTD 
Sanders, Larry H. '64 and Nancy 
Sherwood, Richard H. '69 
Sherwood, William C. '58 and Ann 
Sides, Hugh H. "60 and Carol 
Spangler. Lawrence B. Jr. '50 
Trogner. John S. Jr. "68 and 

Ronalee Bennett "69 
Youshaw, Dennis G. '61 

Warrior Club Golf 

Finkelstein. Mark "85 

Warrior Club Men's 
Basketball 

220 Pit Stop 

Beamer, Thomas R. 74 and 

Gail Gleason "75 
Benford, Mr. and 

Mrs. Charles Conrad 
Billman, Jeffrey D. "77 and 

Carol McDivitt '76 
Brann. Paul W. 
Breitenbach, Joseph H. '42 
Brodmerkel, James A. '51 
Burch. Clarence W. and Georgia 
Burger King / AML 

Development Corporation 
Bumian, George R. 
Cleveland. Jay W. Jr. '88 
Commerford, Gerald W. 
Conrad, Jim P. 

Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. 
Conrad. Mr and Mrs. Richard F. 
Conrad, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 
Conrad. Mr and Mrs. Timothy L. 
Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Conrad. Terry A. 
Crawford, Steven W. '88 
Ellis, James R. '87 
Fox. Jacquelyn J. 
G & M Crawford. Inc. 
Glenn, Gilbert K. '61 
Gonzalez, Rick F. '75 and 

Diane Morgan '75 
Harley, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ellis 
Hartz, JohnC. '71 
Hubka, Eugene L. 
Hurwitz. Harold S. '50 
Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. 
Kelley, James H. '74 
Kissell, James H. 
Kitt, Ronald L. '58 
Leader, Jerry L. '78 
Leta, Vincent J. Jr. '54 



Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. 
Mamolen. Paul R. '67 
McNeil, Lawrence J. 
Meixell-Diehl Insurance 
Messing, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. 
Osram Sylvania Inc. 
Post, Irvin F. '66 
Ranck, Jeffrey 

Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. William H. 
Simp.son, Le Roy E. '51 
Skelton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. 
Skok, Wallace T. Jr. '70 
Smith. Richard K. '54 
Spencer. Jamie M. '01 
Spokas, Willis J. "75 and 

Maureen Libby '75 
Stackhouse. Deborah Fox '74 
Stauffer. Lawrence Ray '92 and Lisa 

A. Kowalczyk '92 
Stroehniann Bakeries LC 
Sullivan, Frank J. Jr. "59 
Tetreault. Mr. and Mrs. Steve D. 
The M Group, Inc. 
Tufts, Mr and Mrs. Bradley N. 
Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Q. 
Woolum. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 
Zaremba, Albert F. '56 

Warrior Club Men's Soccer 

Anonymous Donor(s) 
Campana, Campana & 

Lovecchio, L.L.P. 
Dellinger, George M. '65 
Howe. Wesley A. '67 
Lea, John H. Ill '80 
Lesnewich, Robert K. '78 
Lovecchio, Marc F. and Angela C. 
Malinosky, MarkJ. '88 
Malishchak Brothers Inc. 
Malishchak, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. 
Sherwood. Richard H. '69 
Siegrist, Raymond '70 
Wilt, H. David '62 

Warrior Club Men's Tennis 

Adams. Donald B. '53 
Barbossa, Daniel A. '00 
Barletta. Richard L. '78 
Bower, Kirk J. '89 
Bunce, Joseph O. Ill '63 
Mitchell, P David '64 
Pollitt, F. Anthony '62 
Shawver. James C. '85 
Sivers. Joshua A. '99 

Warrior Club Softball 

Aubrey, Thomas M. Jr. '58 

Warrior Club Swimming 

Altenderfer, Meg L. '86 
Amadore, Ms. Judith A. 
Anderson, Dale H. '59 and 

Kathleen Whalen "64 
Aquarius Pool and Patio, Inc 
Babbony, Heather A. '01 
Bartlett, Jean E. 
Belter's Home Center 
Brown, Douglas G. '71 and Perri A. 
Chapman. Harold D. and 

Margaret A. 
Cobbler's Shoe Outlet 
Dean, Judith Reeder '66 



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LIST OF DO 



Dean. Terrance B. 
DeZago. Mrs. Sarah J. 
Fischer Insurance Agency 
Fisher, Jeffrey M. '65 
Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lewis 
Gilbert, Robert D. "56 
Houseknecht. Matthew D. '96 
Keller. Richard B. "70 
Kremzier. James R. '68 
Krug. Tom V. Jr. '71 
Livingstone. Thomas Jr. '71 
Macri, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. 
Makatche. Julie M. '92 
Manning. Walter H. "64 
McCloskey. Timothy J. 
Meyer, Kris Glover "76 
Rapach, Mr and Mrs. Richard D. 
Rauff, Jeffrey W. '72 
Reilly, Erin Z. '99 
Schultze. David 1. '65 and 

"Wini J. Watson '65 
Sher, Martin R. '64 
Szybist. Charles A. 
Tonkinson. Brigitte E. '98 
Triangle Tavern 
Turpin. Mr and Mrs. Rodney 
Wallace. Stephen W. '77 and 

Linda Lady '77 
Wasson, Nicole D. "99 
Woodlands Bank 
Zack. Richard T. '71 
Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. 

Warrior Club Track Fund 

Seymour, Gregory M. '95 
Siegrist, Raymond "70 
Yetter, A. Lewis '71 

Warrior Club Women's 
Basketball 

Aubrey. Thomas M. Jr '58 
Dart. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Leonard 
Dinsmore. Susan Kovalick '78 
McCallus, Colleen M. '88 
Peluso. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 
Piper. John F. Jr. and Margaret P. 
Smith. Richard K. '54 

Warrior Club Women's 
Lacrosse 

Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Jan J. 
MacPhail. Mr. and Mrs. James S. 
Peluso. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 

Warrior Club 
Women's Soccer 

Peluso, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 

Warrior Club 
Women's Tennis 

Aubrey. Thomas M. Jr '58 
Brown. Mr and Mrs. David L. 
Graeff. Joy A. '97 
Malloy Bramstedt, Mary '69 
Peluso, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. 

Warrior Club Wrestling 

Allen, Edward V. "80 
Altebrando, Nicholas V. "78 
Ambrose, Matthew J. '98 
Ambs, Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph IV 



Anderson. Robert D. '69 and 

Mary Beth Craig '70 
Anonymous Donor(s) 
Betz, Mr and Mrs. Harry O. 
Borja. Steven T. '77 
Brindle. Mr. and Mrs. Larry 
Brown, Timothy D. '84 
Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Jr. 
Casale, Michael Jr 
Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. William R. 
Cosper, Robert G. Ill "00 
Crane, Mr. and Mrs. James D. 
Crebs. Roger W. "87 and 

Tara Licsko "94 
DBA Manufacturing Services 

Company 
Dunn, Read R III '67 
Eyer, Mr. and Mrs. Randy 
Flamingo. Mr and Mrs. Anthony 

Dominic 
Fitt, Aaron L. '96 and Paula 

Benarick '97 
Fluman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. 
Focht. Mr. and Mrs. John L. 
Fortin, David Lee Sr. '65 and Jean 
Gutermuth. William W. Jr '64 
Handy. Scott L. '70 
Hams. Jeffrey D. '85 
Haubois. Mr and Mrs. Shawn P. 
Hescox. Brandon M. '00 
Hoffman, Mr and Mrs. David 
Hovey. Steven R. '79 
Howe. Wesley A. '67 
Hubbard. James C. '66 
Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl J. 
Hunsberger. Mr. and 

Mrs. Norman W. 
Jennings, James T '81 
Joe, John J. '59 
Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. 
Keiper. Douglas J. "68 and Dawn M. 
Kinsey. Mr. and Mrs. John R. 
Lane. Jeremy 1. '98 
Langdon. Daniel R. '7,^ 
Lausier. Mr and Mrs. Ernest A. 
Little, Mr and Mrs. Joseph J. Sr 
Markowitch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Marovich. Mr and Mrs. 

Bert Jr. 
Messick. Bob and Marie 
Morgan. Mark L. '84 
Mowry, Gerald R. '82 
National Lacrosse League, Inc. 
Newkam. Justin C. '00 
Newkam. Mr and Mrs. Scott J. 
Obetz. Robert W. Jr '65 

and Marjory S. 
Piper. John F. Jr and Margaret P. 
Poe. Jerry A. '64 and 

Constance Rupp '64 
Popeskic. Mr and Mrs. Anton 
Puderbach. Larry D. '88 and Nicole 

C. Marino '88 
Puderbach. Mr and Mrs. Robert L. 
Rodannel. Rennel William '72 
Short. Mr and Mrs. Harold 
Silvis. Scott P '00 

Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robert 
Stout. Christopher A. '99 
Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. 
Swimelar, Gregory T '70 
Taylor, Richard C. Jr '69 



Tiemey. Mr and Mrs. Robert M. 
Umstead. George A. '84 
Villari. Rocco '95 and 

Christine Corriston '95 
Walker. Eric D. '00 
Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. 
Warg. Dennis E. '66 and 

Astrida Kalnins '67 
Wesneski. Wesley J. and 

Margaret J. "90 
Whitehill. Connie Cohick 
Winter. Mr and Mrs. Fredrick W. 
Witzel. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sr. 
Wolfe, Lee W. "63 
Wood, Daniel C. L. '79 
Wright. Daniel P "74 

Warrior Club Athletic 
Training 

Frommer, James F. Jr. "92 

Wheel Inn, Inc. 
Scholarship 

Wheel Inn. Inc. 

Willard Scholarship 

Willard. John E. "61 

William H. and Barbara A. 
Haller Endowment 

Diehl. Jack D. Jr 
Haller. Virginia A. "76 

Wood Family Endowed 
Scholarship 

Wood. William A. and 
Ruth Rendle "67 



MEMORIAL 
FUNDS 

Alice N. Heaps Memorial 
Scholarship 

Admissions Staff of Lycoming 
College 

In Honor of James D. and 

Gail M. Spencer 
Heaps, Rev. and Mrs. Charles M. 
Spencer, James D. and Gail M. 

In Honor of: Jeremy C. 

Spencer. Wendy S. Mahonski. 

Melissa A. Smith. Ruth E. 

Poust. B;trbara J. Carlin. 

Shauna C. McQuillen. 

Jennifer E. Hirko. Adrianna 

Kuckla. Charles W. Edmonds. 

Maramonne D. Wright, 

Michelle M. Parks. Peggy 

Fenstemiacher. Nielen L, 

Meredith. Rebecca R. 

Miller and Mary E. Dahlgren 

Brandy Lee Sudol 
Memorial Scholarship 

Maloy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 



Davis Memorial Scholar- 
ship Loan Fund 

Estate of Mary A. D. Worthington 
LCEC 

Leland and Leo Calistri 
Memorial Endowed 
Scholarship 

Adams. Julie Curchoe '99 
Calistri Family Foundation 
Calistri, Judith Fry '56 

Reverend Raymond A. and 
L. Marie Zimmerman 
Memorial Scholarship 

Zimmerman, Hatton Alfred '51 

Richard W. Gieniec 
Memorial 

Gieniec, Casimir D. '59 and 
Nancy Hall '59 

Shirley J. Detwiler 
Memorial Scholarship 

Detwiler, David E. Ill '75 and 

Rita A. Ciurlino '84 
Ewing. Mr and Mrs. Stephen A. 

Thelma D. Himes 
Memorial Fund 

Himes. K. Alan '59 and 
Diane M. Zurinsky '92 

W. Arthur Faus 
Memorial Prize 

Herring. Owen F. 

Memorial Gifts made to the 
Lycoming Annual Fund 

Clark, Murl E. '73 

In Memory of 

Angela R. Kyte '73 
Forshee. C. Wesley Jr. '73 

In Memory of 

Angela R. Kyte '73 
McCormick, Jay '60 and 
Ann Sue Bingaman "60 

In Memory of 

Peggy A. LeFever and 

Margaret D. Sinclair 
Strongman. Esther W. '73 

In Memory of Angela R. Kyte '73 
Young. Mildred L. 

In Memory of Charles A. Young 



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Donor: 

R& J Ertel, Inc. 

Mechanical Contractors 

(air conditioning/ 

plumbing/heating) 

Location: 

Lycoming Street 

Williamsport, PA. 

Chief Officers: 

Dan Ertel, president 

Bill Ertel, secretary/ 

treasurer 

Giving: 

► Chairs of Corporate 

Campaign 2002-03 

Lycoming 

Annual Fund 

Founder's Circle 

Giving Club 



R and J Ertel. Inc.. mechanical contractors specializing in heating, 
air conditioning and plumbing, is a Williamsport institution and a 
company that has had close ties with Lycoming College for many, 
many years. 

The Ertel family has been in plumbing since 1924. John Ertel, the 
second generation to run the company, is a 1957 graduate while his 
wife, Barbara Griffith Ertel, graduated in 1956. 

John and Barbara's twin sons now run the company: Dan Ertel is 
president and Bill Eilel is secretary/treasurer. While neither is a 
Lycoming College alumnus, they have continued the close relation- 
ship with the college. On any given fall Saturday, Dan and Bill can be 
caught watching Lycoming football under head coach Frank Girardi 
who. in earlier years, was their physical education teacher. 

While R & J Ertel, Inc., has done a number of projects on the 
campus. Dan and Bill Ertel support the College, not because it's a 
client, but because they .see Lycoming as a worthy philanthropic 
endeavor. 

■"It's local, small and private," Dan explains. "And the money 
stays here [in the community]." 

Like most companies, R & J Ertel has been affected by the 
economy, but the Ertels chose not to cut back on their philanthropic 
support. 

"It's good to support a local institution like Lycoming College, " 
says Bill. 



Above Photo: 

Dan (left) and Bill Ertel 



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TOWER SOCIETY 

The Tower Society recognizes 
those individuals who have 
Included Lycoming College in 
their estate plans, as a benefi- 
ciary of their retirement plan, or 
through a significant deferred 
gift, and have notified the 
College of those plans. 
Ainsworth, William J. '63 

and JoAnne 
Ake, Helen 

Armstrong. Donald A. '73 
Askey. Ruth S. 

Bahl. David R. and Suzanne W. 
Baker. Eph 1. and Bess D. 
Barnes. Scott G. '72 
Bastian. Roman F. '61, and 

Evelyn H. Hunt '64 
Beal.s, Mark G. '56 
Belk. Ruby S. 

Bernhardt. Dorothy Rogers '22 
Beshore, Shallimar Sholley '51 
Blaker. Barbara Hoffman '55 
Bliley. David M. '62 
Blood. Kenneth C. '70 
Bollman. Richard P. Jr. '63 
Bom. Catherine 
Bower. Dale V. '59 and Mary 

Hoffman '60 
Bowler, William M. '71 
Brown. Joyce Baker '69 
Surd. Jeffrey M. '80 
Burland. William E. '72 
Busey, Marjorie 
Cairns, Donald G. '65 
Camp. Jean Gardner "59 
Campbell, Melvin H. Jr. '70 
Caporaletti, Adelina 
Chapman, Harold D. and Margaret A. 
Christie, Chris R '65 
Clark. Richard A. '68 

and Gloria J. Bodtorf '67 
Clark. Murl E. '73 
Clarke. John D. '84 
Cleveland. Jay W. Sr and Sandra L. 
Congdon. Lois M. '59 
Converse. George R. '62 
Cornelius. William E. '53 
Cowan. JoAnn A. '42 
Crooks. William D. Ill '40 
Dascher. John J. '65 
Davis, Carol M. '67 
Dearing, David L. '78 and 

Barbara Seese '77 
DeRose, James M. '69 
Detwiler, David E. Ill '75 and Rita 

Ciurlino '84 
DeWald, Richard W. '61 and 

Nancy H. 
Diehl. Karen L. '70 
Dietrich. Patricia Gortner '64 
Dill, Richard L. '75 and Pamela Z. 
Doolittle, Susanne Norton '64 
Douthat, James E. and Emily C. 
Edgeworth, James F. Sr '56 
Edwards, LeRoy G. Jr '51 
Evert, Samuel H. '34 and Dorothy 
Ewing, Helen Johnson '41 



Eyster, Robert D. '67 

Faddis, E. Noel '58 

Failor, Donald E, '68 and Marilyn P, 

Phillippy '70 
Fallon, Mare Adams C. '79 
Faranda-Diedrich, Peter W. '70 and 

Stella Faranda '71 
Fischer, Naomi A. 
Flam, Bernard 
Fox, George Scholl Jr '69 
Fravel, Raymond D. '58 
Fultz, Daniel G. '57 and 

Helen Holler '57 
Gefreh, Nanette Neudeck '75 
Gibbons. James S. 
Gibbs. Matthew T. '58 
Gibson. William III '59 
Gieniec. Casimir D. '59 and 

Nancy Hall "59 
Girton. John A. '42 and Mary A. 
Golden Robert T. 
Goshom. Donald E. '65 
Guffy. Wellard R. '50 
Haberberger. Arthur A. '59 and Joanne 
Halfmann. Dorothy Stecker '37 
Hamilton. Barry C. '70 
Hann, Victor B. '24 
Harbach, Mr and Mrs. Chester 
Harding, James W. '38 
Harkins, John F '50 
Hartman, William D. '62 
Hawk, Gerald L. '66 
Hedden, Richard T. "68 and 

Mary-Jane Swanson '68 
Heller' Jean T. '47 
Henninger, Jane Castner '27 
Herdman. David A. '71 and 

Christine Kruk '72 
HeiTing, Paul L, '59 
Hershberger, Harold D. Jr '51 

and Joyce 
Hieber, Carl O. '63 
Higdon. R. Carla '64 
Higgins, Edward W. '51 
Himes, Christine H. 
Himes. K. Alan '59 and 

Diane Zurinsky '92 
Hollenback, John G. '47 
Horn, Frederick D. '58 
Houck. R. Gary '67 
Howe. Charles H. '61 
Huffman. Mr and Mrs. Jack 
Hyman, William R. '55 
Jayson, Anne Palmer '52 
Jeffers, James M. '61 
Johnson, Carol E. '84 
Jones. Nancy Goetz '78 
Judd. Robert A. '59 and 

Ardene Daley '59 
Kamiol. William G. '62 
Kauffman. David E. '65 
Keiper. Douglas J. "68 and Dawn M. 
Khan. Kenrick R. '57 and Leila 
Kocian. Charles J. '50 and 

Jean Marie C. 
Korengo. Joanne '65 
Krapf. Dale N. '67 and Nannette 
Kuczma, Jan D. '60 
Landon. Eugene E. '57 and Jane K. 

Keyte '55 
Lea. John H. Ill '80 
Lindstrom. Lana Falejev '70 
Little. Robert G. '63 and Bjorg 

Storbye '65 
Livingstone, Thomas Jr '71 



Ludwig, Beatrice P. 

Lundgrcn, Miriam McAllister '43 

Lundy, Frank B. and Carolyn-Kay 

Miller '63 
Lunt. E. LaRue '56 
Maneval. David R. "48 
Markey. E. Lowell II '68 
Martz, D. Stephen "64 and Sandra 
Mclver, Walter G. 
McKee, Donald I. '64 
McKenney, W. Gibbs '37 
Metzger, Camille Burchfield '42 
Mitchell, Charles M. '53 
Mix. Richard L. '51 and Miriam S. 
Montgomery. John W. '72 
Myers. Richard L. '68 
Nichols. Eleanor Black '30 
Ostlund. Oscar M. Jr '58 
Pelley. E. Jean Antes '40 
Pennington. Elizabeth W. 
Person, John E. Jr and 

Charlotte Tepel '37 
Polcyn, Kenneth A. '58 
Priest, Robert L. '72 
Roller, Floyd A. '60 and Barbara T. 

Thomas '60 
Ruhl, Velma 

Russell, Mary Landon '33 
Sabin, Paul E. '62 
Schweikle, Mary R. '63 
Scott, Sandra Myers '70 
Seeley. Jeffery A. '77 
Shangraw; Robert L. '58 and 

Charlene 
Shennan. Drue A. '64 
Shollenberger. M. Marie 
Shorb. John C. '76 and 

Nancy Sullivan '77 
Sibole, P Lowell '64 
Siburt, KathrynE. '71 
Skeath, Frances K. 
Smay, R. Bruce '49 and Jeane H. 
Smith, Clinton W. '55 and 

Mary Keliher '63 
Snyder. John W. '52 
Snyder. Tim A. '68 
Sonder. Otto L. Jr '46 
Spieth. Elizabeth Smith '72 
Spuler, Andrew E. '56 
Staiman. Marvin H. and 

Jean Alperl '47 
Stealer. Wallace E 
Streeter. Dorothy J. 
Stryker. Louise 
Stuart, Jean Otto 
Sweeney, Linda Porr '78 
Sykes, David B '38 
Tarditi, John J. Jr '63 
Thompson, A. Jean '58 
Trudeau, Isabel Culver '66 
Twigg, Russell W. '74 and Jeanne K. 

Hurley '74 
Tyson, Michael 
Vail, Elsa Van Glahn '48 
Velott, Joseph H. '56 
Wallis, William C. '62 
Walters, Harry R. '51 
Way, Clyde E. '37 
Welch, Marshall D. Jr and Mary L. 
Weller. Kathryn and Ned E. '54 
Wertz. D. Frederick 
Whistler. Donald M. '61 
White. Jean M. '50 
Whitfield. David K. '74 



Williamson. Thomas D. Jr '61 
Wilt. Richard S, Sr '68 and Gaie 
Wood. William A. and Ruth R. 

Rendle '67 
Wright. Donald W.' 74 
Yasui. Robert S. and Phyllis L. 
Yeagle. Thomas W. '62 
Younkers. Russell W. and Penny 

English '68 
Zeisloft. Ann Bennett '63 
Zickler. Mark E. '83 and Kelly 

Strong '83 

.«. 
••• 



BOARD 

OF TRUSTEES 

2001-2002 

Officers of the Board 
Mr. Robert L. Shangraw '58 

Chaiiiium of the Board 

Mr. Donald E. Failor "68 

Vice Cluurman 

Mr. John C. Schultz 

Secretary 

Mr. Harold D. 
Hershberger, Jr. '51 

Assistanl Secretary 

Ann S. Pepperman, Esquire 

Assistant Secretary 

Members 
David R. Bahl, Esquire 

Partner-McCormick Law Firm 
WiUiamsport. PA 

Mr. Melvin H. Campbell. .Jr. '70 

Oniier/Presi<lent-C(iiiii>l>cli. 
Harrington & Brear. 
Advertising Agency 
York. PA 

Mr. Harold D. Chapman 

Vice President/Retired 
Cobbler's, Inc. 
WiUiamsport, PA 
Mr. Jay W. Cleveland, Sr. 

Chairman of the Board/CEO 
Cleveland Brothers Equipment 
Company 
Harrisburg, PA 

Dr. James E. Douthat 

President-Lycoming College 
WiUiamsport. PA 

Mr. Donald E. Failor '68 

Owner/Chartered Life Undenvriter 
D. E. Failor Associates 
Harrisburg. PA 

Dr. Daniel G. Fultz '57 

E.xec VP and Treasurer/Retired 
Lycoming College 
WiUiamsport. PA 
Mr. Arthur A. Haberberger '59 

Investor and Consultant 
Reading. PA 

Mr. Daniel R. Hawbaker 

President-Glenn O. 
Hawbaker Inc. 
State College. PA 



DONORS 



Mr. Michael J. Hayes '63 

Presiilent/CEO-Fred s 
Memphis. TN 

Mr. James L. Hebe '71 

Portland. OR 

Mr. Harold D. 
Hershberger, Jr. '51 

President-Deer Mountain 
Associates. Inc. 
WiUiainsport. PA 

Bishop Neil L. Irons 

Resident Bishop-Central PA 
Conference. UMC 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Mrs. Marjorie F. Jones "50 

Editor Jones Journal 
Jones Chemicals, Inc. 
LeRoy. NY 
Rev. Dr. Kenrick R. Khan '57 

Cleray/Teacher/Retircd 
Penney Farms. Ft 

Mr. Dale N. Krapf '67 

President-George Krapf. Jr. 
& Sons. Inc. 
E.tton. PA 

Mrs. Angela R. Kyte '73 

(Deceased 9/11/01} 
Managing Director 
Marsh VSA Inc. 
Ne\i- York. NY 

Mr. David B. Lee '61 

President/CEO-Omega Financial 

Corporation 

State College. PA 

Dr. Robert G. Little '63 

Physician-Community Medical 

Associates 

Halifa.K. PA 

Mrs. Rosanna H. Lowry '72 

Former Elementary School Teacher 
Mimtoursville. PA 

Mrs. Carolyn-Kay Lundy '63 

Community Volunteer/Former 

Teacher 

Williamsport. PA 

Mr. D. Stephen Martz '64 

Cliairman/President/CEO 
Hollidayshurg Trust Companx 
HoUidayshurg. PA and 
President/coo 
Omega Financial Corp. 
Stale College. PA 

Dr. Norman B. Medow '60 

Surgeon-Manhattan Eye, Ear & 
Throat Hospital 
New York. NY 

Ann S. Peppernian, Esquire 

Partner-McNerney. Page. 
Vanderlin & Hall 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Henry D. Sahakian 

President/CEO- Uni-Marts. Inc. 
State College. PA 

Mr. John C. Schultz 

Presidcni/CEO-Jersey Shore Steel 
Jersey Slwre. PA 



Mr. Robert L. Shangraw '58 

First Vice President for 
Investments/Retired 
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, 
Fenner & Smith 
Williamsport, PA 
Mr. Hugh H. Sides '60 
President-Robert M. Sides 
Music, Inc. 
Williamsport. PA 

Judge Clinton W. Smith, '55 

President Jiidge-Lycoming County 
Court House 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Charles D. Springnian "5V 

Sr. V.P Operations/Retired 
May Department Stores 
Williamsport. P.A 
Mr. John S. Trogner, Jr. "68 

Partner-First Commercial Real 

Estate 

Harrisburg. PA 

Mr. Burke R. Veley '60 

CFO/Retired -IBM 
White Plains. NY 

Mrs. Phyllis L. Yasui 

Nursc/Hoinemaker/Retircd 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Alvin M. Younger, Jr. '71 

Chief Financial Officer/Retired 
T Rowe Price Associates. Inc. 
Baltimore. MD 

Emeritus Members 

Mr. David Y. Brouse '47 

Managcr/Retired-GTE Sylvania 
Montoursville. PA 

Mr. Richard VV. DeWald, '61 

Chairman-Mimtgomery Plumbing 
Supply Company 
Monttnirsville, PA 

Dr. Samuel H. Evert '34 

(hvncr/Relired -Bloimi Penn 
Construction 
Bloomshurg. PA 

Mrs. Margaret D. L'Heureux 

Real Estate Broker- Fish GMAC 

Real Estate 

Williamsport. PA 

Dr. W. Gibbs McKenney '37 

Senior Partner/Retired -McKeimex. 
Thomsen and Burke 
Baltimore. MD 

Dr. William Pickclner 

Presidcnt-Pickelner Fuel Oil 

Company 

Williamsport. PA 

Mrs. Marguerite G. Rich '42 

Homeniaker 
Woolrich, PA 
Dr. Harold H. 
Shreckengast, Jr. '50 

Partner/Retired -Price Waterhouse 
Philadelphia. PA 

Rev. Dr. Wallace Stettler 

President/Retired-Wyoming 

Seminary 

Kingstim. PA 



••• 



ALUMNI 

ASSOCIATION 

EXECUTIVE 

BOARD 

2001-2002 

Officers of the Board 

Mr. James G. Scott '70 

President 

West Newbury. MA 

Mrs. Ronalee B. Trogner "69 
Past President 
Lemoyne. PA 

Mr. David A. Walsh "76 
First Vice President 
Scotia. NY 

Mrs. Susan Myers Shangraw '90 
Second Vice President 
Williamsport. PA 

Members 

Mr. Thomas Beamer "74 
Marlborough. MA 

Dr. Robert L. Bender "."ig 
Cliamplain. IL 

Ms, Karm Bolto "93 
Norristown. PA 

Ms. Brenda J. Bowser "98 
Silver Spring. MD 

Mr Andrew A. Bucke "71 
Liverpool. PA 

Mr A. Davin D'Ambrosio "86 
Chatham. NJ 

Dr David E. Detwiler III "75 
Forest. VA 

Mrs. D. Keigh Earisman '58 
Ne.scopeck. PA 

Mr. David Freet "68 
Mechanicsburg. PA 

Ms. Kathleen Tighe Gaye'75 
Safety Harbor. FL 

Mrs. Frances Graham "73 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Andrew Gross '59 
Basking Ridge, NJ 

Dr John J. Joe "59 
Thorndale, PA 

Mrs. Barbara Robinson Jones "60 
Galena. OH 

Mrs. Patricia M. Krauser "68 
Scotrun. PA 

CDR John H. Lea Iir80 
Norfolk. VA 

Mr. Erman E. Lepley Jr. "78 
Charlotte. NC 

Mr John T. Murray 11" 81 
Martinsville. NJ 

Ms. Meredith Rambo Murray "92 
Roo.tevelt. NJ 



Mrs. Susan Shangraw Myers '90 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr Matthew T. Pivirotto '98 
Scranton. PA 

Mr. James G. Scott "70 
West Newhury, MA 

Dr. Otto L. Sonder Jr '46 
Oneonta. NY 

Ms. Cheryl Eck Spencer '70 
Deerfield. IL 

Mr. Gary Spies '72 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr Jay Thomson "86 
Randolph, NJ 

Mrs. Ronalee B. Trogner "69 
Lemoyne. PA 

Ms. Linda Wallace "77 
Morris Plains. NJ 

Mr. David A. Walsh "76 
Scotia. NY 

Dr. Dennis Youshaw '61 
Altoona. PA 

Mr. Austin Duckett '02 
Student Senate Past President 

Mr Stephen T. Sharp '03 
Student Senate President 

Ms. Tricia P. O'Connor "03 
Senior Class President 

Mr. Phillip C. Zimmerman "02 
Past Senior Class President 



IMS BOARD 
OF VISITORS 

2001-2002 

Mr. Frank P. Brennan 
Parcnte Randolph PC 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Mark A. Gibbon "83. Secretary 
Merrill Lynch 
Williamsport. PA 

Ms. Nanci D. Morris "78 
NDM Management LLC 
Chatham. NJ 

Mr. Charles D. Springman "59 
Retired Sr V.P. Operations 
Max Department Stores 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr John S. Trogner "68 

First Commercial Real Estate 

Harrisburg. PA 

Mr. Burke R. Veley '60, Chairperson 

Retired CFO IBM 

West Chester. PA 

Mr Richard E. Wienecke '66 
Department of Accounting 
Lycoming College 

Dr H. Bruce Weaver 
Department of Business 
Administration 
Lycoming College 



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O R S 



Dr. John F. Piper Jr. 
Dean of the College 
Lycoming College 

Dr. Philip W. Sprunger 
Department of Economics 
Lycoming College 

Dr. Arthur H. Sterngold 
Department of Business 
Administration 
Lycoming College 



GIFT PLANNING 

ADVISORY 

COMMITTEE 

2001-2002 

Mr. Selh B. Burch '89 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. John W. Compton, Jr.. CPA '88 
Williamsport, PA 

Mrs. Frances W. Crouse, Esq. "73 
Athens. PA 

Mr. Wilham H. Gehron III 

Williamsport. PA 

Mr. T. Michael Hall "91 

Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Craig A. Kern, CPA '72 

Harrisburg. PA 

Mrs. Debra G. Schneider '86 

Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Douglas J. Shangraw 

Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Stanley A. Smith, Esq. '77 

Harrisburg. PA 

Ms. 'Wendy von Fabrice '85 
Florham Park. NJ 



THE LYCOMING 

ANNUAL FUND 

NATIONAL 

COMMITTEE 

2001-2002 

David '69 and Beatrice (Baird) '69 

Gathman 

Chairs 

Biyn Mawr PA 

Art '83 and Margy (Hill) '83 Dooley 
Vice Chairs 
Boca Raton. FL 

W. Clark Gaughan '77 
25"' Reunion Giving Chair 
Ellicott City. MD 

Joe '90 and Barbara (Hayes) '90 
Ricciardi 
Vice Chairs 
Ridgewood. NJ 

Dan Fultz '57 

Trustee Captain 
Williamsporl. PA 



GIVING BY CLASS YEAR 



LYCOMING ANNUAL FUND 2002 

Class Total Number Annual Participation 

Year Alumni Giving to Fund in Annual 

Annual Giving Fund 
Fund 



1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1 950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 



15 

9 

14 

21 

19 

33 

28 

28 

43 

46 

59 

26 

24 

27 

32 

78 

77 

47 

105 

102 

106 

92 

84 

70 

88 

129 

141 

179 

125 

156 

145 

189 



1964 255 

1 965 254 

1966 209 

1967 252 

1968 295 

1969 288 

1970 254 

1971 245 

1972 244 

1973 304 

1974 322* 



2 


$200 


25% 


2 


$650 


40% 


3 


$250 


33% 


4 


$950 


27% 


2 


$350 


22% 


4 


$160 


29% 


5 


$1,430 


24% 


8 


$3,500 


42% 


12 


$11,495 


36% 


13 


$6,580 


46%* 


9 


$2,150 


32% 


18 


$1,455 


42% 


13 


$1,820 


28% 


25 


$2,710 


42% 


7 


$1,225 


27% 


6 


$740 


25% 


8 


$2,870 


30% 


9 


$4,518 


28% 


20 


$4,953 


26%' 


17 


$5,740 


22% 


17 


$2,695 


36% 


42 


$15,970 


40% 


28 


$4,500 


27%' 


28 


$2,360 


26% 


27 


$4,309 


29% 


23 


$3,235 


27% 


19 


$3,205 


27% 


23 


$7,281 


26% 


42 


$30,066 


33% 


43 


$34,598 


30% 


57 


$16,791 


32% 


48 


$20,498 


38% 


46 


$15,870 


29% 


43 


$14,392 


30% 


57 


$46,749 


30% 


63 


$11,450 


25% 


67 


$13,088 


26% 


62 


$15,455 


30% 


75 


$19,491 


30% 


66 


$39,262 


22% 


75 


$70. 092* 


26% 


72 


$29,326 


28% 


67 


$27,854 


27% 


63 


$17,580 


26% 


94* 


$14,161 


31% 


83 


$12,405 


26% 



LYCOMING ANNUAL FUND 2001 



Total Number Annual 
Alumni Giving to Fund 
Annual Giving 
Fund 



Participation 

in Annual 

Fund 



* 



Denotes top Class in that category 



8 


1 


$100 


13% 


6 


2 


$650 


33% 


11 


3 


$300 


27% 


20 


6 


$1,000 


30% 


12 


4 


$550 


33% 


15 


6 


$1,185 


40% 


23 


9 


$1,412 


39% 


24 


9 


$2,464 


38% 


33 


12 


$13,695 


36% 


30 


17 


$6,457 


57% 


31 


12 


$2,496 


39% 


49 


16 


$1,183 


33% 


45 


11 


$1,355 


24% 


61 


24 


$2,229 


39% 


28 


9 


$835 


32% 


24 


6 


$440 


25% 


27 


9 


$1,555 


33% 


33 


9 


$3,528 


27% 


79 


24 


$3,931 


30% 


82 


51 


$4,375 


65%* 


47 


21 


$3,315 


45% 


108 


43 


$21,327 


40% 


106 


31 


$4,684 


29% 


107 


37 


$3,576 


35% 


94 


32 


$2,221 


34% 


85 


24 


$2,741 


28% 


71 


21 


$3,055 


30% 


91 


25 


$9,733 


277r 


134 


46 


$15,804 


34% 


142 


42 


$20,228 


30% 


180 


57 


$11,830 


32% 


127 


50 


$13,795 


39% 


159 


53 


$11,584 


33% 


151 


50 


$7,819 


33% 


191 


71 


$23,972 


37% 


261 


72 


$10,990 


28% 


260 


78 


$13,863 


30% 


208 


64 


$12,508 


31% 


254 


79 


$11,803 


31% 


299 


83 


$28,910 


28% 


295 


86 


$26,586 


29% 


258 


77 


$31,374* 


30% 


248 


60 


$13,525 


24% 


249 


64 


$6,468 


26% 


309 


104* 


$18,954 


34% 


323 


88 


$10,302 


27%. 



38 



LIST OF DONORS 



GIVING BY CLASS YEAR 



LYCOMING ANNUAL FUND 2002 


LYCOMING ANNUAL FUND 2001 


Class 


Total 


Number 


Annual 


Participation 


Total 


Number 


Annual 


Participation 


Year 


Alumni 


Giving to 


Fund 


in Annual 


Alumni 


Giving to 


Fund 


in Annual 






Annual 


Giving 


Fund 




Annual 


Giving 


Fund 






Fund 








Fund 






1975 


277 


72 


$20,535 


26% 


283 


80 


$12,619 


28% 


1976 


249 


60 


$6,615 


24% 


252 


68 


$11,036 


27% 


1977 


242 


62 


$8,172 


26% 


251 


60 


$6,075 


24% 


1978 


243 


62 


$7,705 


26% 


248 


71 


$6,606 


29% 


1979 


217 


49 


$3,895 


23% 


223 


61 


$4,619 


27% 


1980 


221 


52 


$7,133 


24% 


220 


48 


$5,085 


22% 


1981 


178 


54 


$8,530 


30% 


180 


51 


$8,135 


28% 


1982 


202 


40 


$4,325 


20% 


206 


41 


$4,171 


20% 


1983 


196 


31 


$8,905 


16% 


201 


33 


$4,347 


16% 


1984 


192 


28 


$3,320 


15% 


192 


33 


$2,783 


17% 


1985 


203 


24 


$2,880 


12% 


200 


25 


$1,502 


13% 


1986 


207 


24 


$3,037 


12% 


208 


35 


$4,735 


17% 


1987 


178 


30 


$3,845 


17% 


180 


36 


$2,990 


20% 


1988 


263 


40 


$15,625 


15% 


265 


45 


$12,049 


17% 


1989 


177 


26 


$3,970 


15% 


182 


27 


$2,640 


15% 


1990 


176 


33 


$6,840 


19% 


177 


33 


$2,799 


19% 


1991 


186 


20 


$1,010 


11% 


189 


28 


$1,258 


15% 


1992 


214 


29 


$3,203 


14% 


221 


35 


$2,866 


16% 


1993 


224 


19 


$1,105 


8% 


232 


19 


$745 


8% 


1994 


229 


37 


$6,185 


16% 


236 


43 


$2,631 


18% 


1995 


239 


25 


$1,340 


10% 


246 


34 


$1,837 


14% 


1996 


245 


23 


$2,020 


9% 


260 


33 


$1,973 


13% 


1997 


252 


29 


$1,562 


12% 


266 


36 


$1,670 


14% 


1998 


274 


27 


$1,533 


10% 


293 


28 


$1,025 


10% 


1999 


315 


17 


$1,032 


5% 


334* 


17 


$625 


5% 


2000 


273 


20 


$661 


7% 


281 


3 


$110 


1% 


* Denotes top 


Class in that category 













Y E A F 


COMPARISON 






All Funds 




Year 


Lycoming Annual F 


und 


Alumni Amount Participation 
Donors of Alumni 


Alumni 
Donors 


Amount 


Participation 
of Alumni 


2002 


2.456 $472,607 21% 


2,809 


$1,083,309 


25% 


2001 


2.703 $535,503 23% 


3.025 


$1,237,865 


26% 


2000 


2.565 $526,369 23% 


2,985 


$2,523,553 


27% 


1999 


2,560 $403,222 24% 


2.970 


$1,454,882 


27% 


1998 


2,866 $400,689 27% 


3.264 


$2,077,273 


31% 





39 



CAMPUS NOTES 



Lycoming Welcomes 
the Class of 2006 

Lycoming welcomed 378 
students on August 23 as 
members of the Lycoming 
College Class of 2006. 

The freshmen class draw! 
its students from 1 5 states 
reaching to Texas and 
California, in a wider 
geographical representation 
than ever before. 

Some 16 students have 
siblings who either recently 
graduated or are currently 
students at Lycoming 
College. Nine freshmen have 
a parent who is a Lycoming 
College alumnus. 

Applications to Lycoming 
were at an all time high this 
year, up 9% from last year, 
and SAT scores of accepted 
students were up 1 2 points 
over last year. 

Otto Sonder '46 
Greets Freshmen at 
Convocation 

Raindrops fell on the 
Freshman Convocation but 
not on the spirit of Otto 
Sonder, who came back to 
campus to address the Class 
of 2006, sixty years after his 




own graduation from 
Williamsport Dickinson 
Seminary and Junior College. 
-Sonder, who recently retired 
as professor of sociology at 
Hartwick College in 
Oneonta, N.Y., told students 
that he had had a lucky life 
for he had never left college. 
Indeed, Sonder taught at 
Lycoming College from 1956 
to 1968. 

"The best idea 1 can offer 
for a good, pleasant, enriched 
experience," Sonder told the 
students, "is to learn to love 
the act of learning. Find role 
models on campus," he also 
admonished. "1 became a 
professor, I am certain, 
because of the unbelievably 
good faculty I found here." 



Bishop D. Frederick 
Wertz Award to 
Kenneth R. Arthur 

The Bishop D. Frederick 
Wertz Award for Outstanding 
Service to the Church was 
presented to Rev. Kenneth 
R. Arthur '58 this past June 
during the annual meeting of 
the Central Pennsylvania 
Conference, United Method- 
ist Church. 

The award is given in 
honor of Bishop Wertz, who 
served as Lycoming 
College's president from 
1955 through 1968. 

Rev. Arthur has been the 
administrator of the United 




40 



From left: Krislen Oito of Alloonii. Kelly Howerter of Millershiirg. 

Cody Ensankm of Allemvooil and Peter Riihl of Muncy enter the David B. Sykes Gate. 



Dr James E. Douthat (rii;ht) eongratidates Rev. Kenneth 
Arthur. 



LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • FALL '02 



CAMPUS NOTES 




Left hi rifflil: Kc\. Brand Eaton. Rev. Howard Woodrnff. Kev. Gaiy Weaver and 
Rev. William Anderson. 



Methodist Home for Chil- 
dren at Mechanicsburg since 
1971. Under his direction, 
the Home recently completed 
a new $1.2 million emer- 
gency shelter facility that 
provides short term housing 
for up to 16 neglected and 
abused children. He and his 
wife. Peggy, have four 
children: Kenneth, Kim '83. 
Karen '87 and Kristin '93. 

Elders in Church 

Four Lycoming College 
graduates were ordained as 
Elders in the United Method- 
ist Church this past August: 
Rev. Brand Eaton '95, Rev. 
Gary Weaver '96. Rev. 
Howard Woodruff '94, and 
Rev. William Anderson '80. 

Merck Update: 

We found two more 
Lycoming College alumni 
who work at Merck Pharma- 
ceutical Company since we 
did the story on our Merck 
connection in the spring '02 
issue of the Lycoming 
Magazine. 

Stephen C. Parente '98 
(biology) who has been 
working for Merck since 
October 2000. Steve is 
currently in Control Monitor- 
ing and his duties include 



certifying all HEPA filter 
devices at the West Point 
site. Several members of his 
family work or have worked 
for Merck, including parents, 
cousins, an uncle and Steve's 



grandfather. Steve's 
mother's boss is also a 
Lycoming graduate. 

Robert A. Cecere, Jr., 
'80 (business administration) 
has been working for Merck 
& Co., Inc., in Rahway, N.J.. 
since 1995. He is a senior 
project auditor in Central 
Engineering Project Audit- 
ing, whose duties include 
auditing capital projects, 
contractors, and engineering 
and construction services. 

In addition, we failed to 
note that two of the people 
profiled in the article, Brian 
Belz and Stacy Howerter, had 
done extensive chemistry 
research with Dr. Charles H. 
Mahler, associate professor 
of chemistry. 



September 11 
Remembered 

Lycoming College 
remembered the events of 
September 11, 2001, with a 
special service on the Main 
Quad on the anniversai^ day. 
Classes were cancelled for 
the 10:30 a.m. event that 
began with a parade of flags 
from every nation ever 
represented in the Lycoming 
College student body. 

After the service, the 
College dedicated a pin oak 
tree near the Heim Biology 
and Chemistry Building to 
the memory of the three 
alumni lost in the World 
Trade Center: 

► Angela Vaira Kyte '73 

► Jon Vandevander '79 

► Justin Molisani '81 




▼ Left to right: 
Roger Kyte. 
husband of 
Angela Vuira 
Kyte '73. Sara 
Wolferz 'OL and 
Morgan Kyte 
'00, Angela's 
son. 



mill 



41 



CLASS NOTES 



Note: Class notes are 
compiled from information 
submitted by alumni class 
scribes, newspaper clippings 
received through our press 
clipping service, and press 
releases and letters sent 
directly to the alumni office. 
Information received after 
September 1, 2002, will be 
in a future issue of the 
Lycoming College Magazine. 

Send news to: 

Class Scribe or 
Alumni Office 
Lycoming College 
700 College Place 
Williamsport. PA 17701 
e-mail: 

alumni@lycoming.edu 
FAX: (570)321-4337 



Dickinson 
Seminary and 
Junior College 



Rev. Miriam McAllister 
Lundgren's new book, 
entitled Then Sings My Soul: 
An Autobiography of My 
Place was published by 
Vantage Press in May 2002. 
Rev. Lundgren is currently 
residing in Marlton, N.J. 



Dr. Otto Sonder was the 

featured speaker at 
Lycoming's Freshman 
Convocation . He welcomed 
the Class of 2006! He just 
retired this year from the 
sociology department of 
Hartwick College. 



Lycoming College 



Dr. Carl Bauer (arts & 

sciences) is enjoying 
retirement immensely in 
Prescott, Ariz. Extensive 



travel occupies his time with 
wife, Alicia, mainly taking 
small ship cruises to idyllic 
islands with pristine beaches. 
After years of skiing the 
Colorado Rockies, he and 
Alicia are now avid 
snorkelers. Their motto is. 
"Make Every Day a Master- 
piece". 



Ellinor Davies Halter 

(sociology) reports that she is 
enjoying retirement after 
working for county services 
as a social worker for 50 
years. Ellinor is cuirently 
residing in Redding, Calif. 



John J. Gray is enjoying 
his retirement after working for 
45 years at Pilot Dogs, a 
company that trains Seeing Eye 
dogs for the visually impaired. 
John and his wife, Patricia, are 
currently residing in Columbus, 
Ohio, and are the parents of six 
children. 




A Gardener's 
Gardener 

As a young 
wife and mother, 
Janet Brown 
Johnescu never 
really had time for 
a garden. With her 
husband working 
for Marriott food 
service, the 
Johnescus were 
moving every two 
years. "After the 
fifth house, I gave 
up on a garden," 
says Janet. 

When they 
relocated to Canton, Ohio, in 1969, she and her husband quickly became involved in owning and 
managing three 24-hour donut stores. Still, there was no time for a garden. 

hi 1994, newly widowed, Janet planted a number of Hostas in the natural woodland of her 
backyard. Thus began Hillcreek Gardens. 

Today, she has approximately 7,000 perennials and 20,000 bulbs that include 255 varieties of 
Hostas. 236 varieties of Daylilies, 27 varieties of water lilies, coral bells, and pulmonaria — all in 
a 3/4 acre five-sided lot which ends in the middle of a creek. She employs two garden assistants 
who plant almost 100 flats of annuals each year. Janet often receives plants three to five years 
before they are available to the public so that many of her flowers are new and unknown to the 
weekend gardener. 

"My goal is to do something different each year to add to the interest of the garden," she says. 

She is both a member of the Ohio Landscape and Nurseryman's Association and licensed by 
the Department of Agricultural in Ohio to sell plants, which is what she does with her surplus. 

Janet's garden has gone from hobby to passion. In 1998, she added lighting and 10 small 
waterfalls that cascade down to a pond. She has three aluminum sculptures by Max Worthington 
of Delaware. Ohio, and two recent bronze additions by Gary Price of Utah. 

Janet opens the garden to the public on select Sundays during the prime blooming seasons 
beginning with the early daffodils and continuing through the mums. For groups wishing to visit, 
she requests donations of $2.00 per person, which she contributes to another love: the Stark 
County Humane Society. 

Gardening wasn't even on her mind when she came from Ohio to enroll in the secretarial 
course at Lycoming College. Her ties to Lycoming College go back even farther. Her father, 

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Rev. Raymond Hunter 
Brown, graduated from 
Dickinson Seminary in 
1921, and her sister, 
Barbara Brown 
DeBole. isa 1954 
graduate 

While the gardening 
takes up time. Janet 
remains very active in 
the donut shop business. 

Six years ago, when 
Dunkin' Donuts bought 
out Mr. Donut (fran- 
chi.se for the Johnescu 
stores), Janet became 
one of five founders of 
Donut Connections, a 
new chain of 125 outlets 
and the first true co-op 
in fast food industry. 

As a member of the 
executive committee of 
the Board of Directors, 
she helped to implement 
the central buying unit 
of the chain while her 
daughter handles day-to- 
day operations of their 
own three stores. 

Janet loves to 
entertain and enjoys her 
garden on a regular 
basis. "When you are 
out in the garden, you 
are with God and it"s 
wonderful." she 
explains. 



From Big Screen 
Career to Micro 
Cameras 

Howard Worth '58 

spent a career bringing 
stories to the big screen; 
then used his knowledge to 
market a technology that 
can di.scover microscopic 
breast cancer ten years 
before a standard mammo- 
gram. 

It's a career path he 
could have never predicted 
for himself. Certainly not 
in his college days when he 
played tackle for the 
football team and majored 
in business. 

It was a Fellini film that 
Prof Russell Graves 
showed in the basement of 
Clarke Chapel that forever 
changed Howard's life and 
direction. 

After college Howard 
landed a job with CBS and 
The 20'' Century Show 
with Walter Chronkite. 
Four years later, he was 
asked by ABC to head up a 
four-hour production 
starring Gregory Peck 
entitled Africa which 
later won a Peabody Award. 
He was the executive in 
charge of production, and 
it was there that he started 
directing. 

Returning to the states, 
he was asked to direct and 
produce the film on the 
life of the great Indian 
musician. Ravi Shankar, 
entitled Raga. Through his 
acquaintance with Shanker, 
he met and worked with 
the late George Harrison 
of the Beetles. Apple (the 
Beetles Company) pro- 
duced the soundtrack 
album for Raga and 




distributed the film world- 
wide. 

Woilh worked on a 
number of films — direct- 
ing, producing, and manag- 
ing the production — and 
developed such films as 
91/2 Weeks and Love at First 
Bite, Wild Orchid and others. 

A full career to be sure, 
but Worth started a second 
career almost by accident. In 
a routine eye examination, 
he became interested in a 
piece of equipment that 
magnified a tear duct to the 
size of a 50-cent piece. With 
his knowledge of cameras. 
Worth felt he could devise a 
technology that could 
enlarge the image still more. 

Then seven years ago. 
Worth became one of the 
founders of a technology 
company called Acueity. 
With no real technology 
knowledge but motivated by 
the cancer death of a friend. 
Worth researched and helped 
to design a Breast Scope, a 
camera so small it actually 
can be inserted through the 
nipple to visualize the milk 
ducts where most cancers 
originate. 

The device is designed to 
give physicians the flexibil- 



ity to perform a range of 
minimally invasive mam- 
mary duct procedures. 

This twist in his career is 
particularly gratifying to 
Howard because the device 
saves invasive surgery and 
ultimately lives. 

His burgeoning knowledge 
in medical technology also 
led him to work on a joint 
project with an old Lycoming 
buddy. Norm Medow '60, 
now a pediatric ophthalmolo- 
gist, was looking for a way to 
enlarge his field of vision in 
his very delicate operations. 

Although still on the 
Board of Acueity, Howard is 
back in films and TV with 
Masterpiece Entertainment 
and as co-founder of the Art 
of Change Foundation, a 
nonprofit group. 

Howard lives in Venice. 
California, a short walk from 
the Pacific Ocean. 

Looking back on his 
career, if he had to pick out 
something to be his legacy, it 
would be his first film 
premiere, Raga, and the 
breast scope. 

"The journey is never 
predictable," says Howard. 
"It is the magic of life." 



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John D. Cruickshank 

(business administration) 
recently celebrated his 70"' 
birthday at his home on 
Longboat Key, Fla., with 
over 50 family and friends 
attending. Five family 
Lycoming graduates at- 
tended: Lynn Cruickshank 
Cipolla '84. John S. 
Cruickshank '89, Margaret 
Combs Wood '82, Heather 
Combs '85 and Agnes 
Cruickshank Combs '57. 



Frank R. Capobianco 

(business administration) has 
recently retired from Centre 
Concrete Co. in State 
College, Pa. 

Dr. Louise R. Schaeffer 
(psychology) was awarded 
the Valiant Woman Award on 
July 3, 2002, by Ellen 
Schreiber, president of the 
Church Women United of 
Lycoming County. The 
National Award honors 
women who have been an 
exceptional Christian witness 
in all areas of their lives. 



Shirley A. Ostrander 

(sociology) retired in June of 
2000 after teaching for 40 
years. Shirley is currently 
enjoying her retirement in 
Sarasota, Fla. 



Robert C. Sherwood 

(business administration) 
recently retired as CFO at 
L.B. Smith in Camp Hill, Pa. 
Bob and his wife, Barbara, 
have built a winter home in 
North Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
Bob is continuing his 
connection with L.B. Smith 
as a consultant for the L.B. 
Smith Foundations. 

Donna O. Ware (sociol- 
ogy) recently retired from 
teaching for the Long Branch 
Board of Education in Long 
Branch, New Jersey. 



Class Scribe: 

Bill Laniy 
6 Tolland Circle 
Simsbiin: CT 06070 
(860) 658-7217 h 
wlawry@aol.com 



Dr. WilMam Berdine 

(history) was appointed to 
serve on the President's 
White House Commission on 
Excellence in Special 
Education. The commission 
examines issues related to the 
preparation of qualified 
special education teachers 
and the proposed solutions to 
the critical shortage nation- 
wide of special education 
professionals. Upon comple- 
tion, the commission submits 
its report and recommenda- 
tions to the White House. 
Dr. Berdine and his wife, 
Stacie, also a special educa- 
tion teacher, are the parents 
of two adult children, 
Michael and Lara. 

Nancy Evans (Spanish) 
has retired after teaching for 
1 years at the 
Fredericksburg Academy in 
Fredericksburg, Va. Nancy 
and her husband, Thomas E. 
'65, are currently residing in 
Spotsylvania, Va., and are the 
parents of three children. 

Robert C. Lorence 
(biology) was inducted into 
the Southeastern Pennsylva- 
nia Wrestling Hall of Fame 
in March 2002. Over the last 
decade his teams have won 
five league championships 
and he has coached two state 
champions and five all-state 
wrestlers. His coaching 
record is nearing the 300-win 
milestone. Bob is retired 
from teaching, but continues 
to coach at Plymouth 
Whitemarsh High School. 
Bob and his wife, Karen, are 
enjoying their four grandsons 
and one granddaughter. 



Dr. WilHam H. Flayhart 
Ill's (history) new book is to 
be published in the fall of 
2002. Perils of the Atlantic 



is a 150-year account of 
maritime disasters. 

Dennis E. Warg (math- 
ematics) has retired after 21 
years as athletic director at 
Council Rock High School in 
Newtown, Pa., and after 36 
years in the education field. 
Dennis and his wife, Astrida 
(Kalnins) '67, reside in 
Churchville, Pa., and are the 
parents of two sons. 




Kiilliy tiiid hcl Jtihiisun mcci 
Ih'honih Brenneman '82. 

Kathy (Baldwin) '67 and 
Ed Johnson '53 were 
pleasantly suiprised to 
discover that the young 
woman sitting across from 
them on a cruise of 
Ketchikan, Alaska, was a 
Lycoming College graduate, 
Deborah A. Brenneman 
'82. They were all traveling 
on the same inside passage 
cruise aboard the Dawn 
Princess. 



John G. Haines. Jr. 

(history) has retired after 
teaching social studies for 34 
years at Shade High School 
in Cairnbrook, Pa. He 
coached for 56 seasons in a 
combination of football, 
basketball and track. 

Dr. William J. Martin 
(biology) was honored by 
The Community Arts Center 
Board of Governors with a 
"Vision Award" for his 
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ongoing support of the 
facility. The "Vision Award" 
recognizes members of the 
community who have 
demonstrated outstanding 
service to the performing arts 
in Wiliiamsport and 
Lycoming County and to the 
center itself. 

Rev. Harold Franklin 
McCaslin II (religion) is the 
new pastor at Catawissa 
Avenue United Methodist 
Church in Sunbury, Pa. Rev. 
McCaslin earned his Master 
of Divinity degree from 
Wesley Theological Semi- 
nary in 1975. In 1976, he 
became a full member of the 
Central Pennsylvania Annual 
Conference and received his 
Elder's ordination. 



David D. Gathman is 

now vice president and chief 
financial officer of Targeted 
Diagnostics & Therapeutics 
Inc.. of West Chester. Pa. 
The company had been 
developing a technology that 
would allow physicians to 
detemiine whether any colon 
cancer remains in a patient 
after surgery. It also helps 
direct drugs to the cancer- 
bearing cells. Gathman 
joined the company in May 
after a 14-month stint with 
the Federal Reserve Bank in 
Philadelphia. David and 
Beat! (Baird '69) Gathman 
live in Bryn Mawr. 



Rev. Dr. Ronald S. 
McEIwee (religion) received 
a new pastoral appointment 
to the Calvary United 
Methodist Church in 
Lemoyne, Pa., on July 1, 
2002. Rev. McElwee and his 
wife, Gloria, are the parents 
of two children, Brenda, 21, 
and David '06, 1 8. 



Vistula Chapman-Smith 

(German) was awarded the 
Nelson A. Rockefeller 
College Distinguished Public 
Service Medal at the May 
2002 John E. Burton 
Lecture. The distinguished 
service award honors the 
memory of Governor Nelson 
A. Rockefeller. The School 
for Information Sciences 
recognized Ms. Chapman- 
Smith for the leadership she 
brought to various public 
service positions in records 
and archives management, 
most notably her recent 
tenure in New York. Vistula 
held the joint appointment of 
New York State Archivist 
(Assistant Education 
Commissioner) and Execu- 
tive Officer of the New York 
State Archives Partnership. 
Vistula and her husband, 
Robert L. Smith '73, reside 
in Philadelphia, Pa., and are 
the parents of two children. 



Class Scribe. 

Virginia (Ginny) Sluiiuliuii 

P.O. Bfl.\-240 

Mt. Tabor. NJ 07878 

cell: 908-295-4553 
shamlian@oplonliiu'.net 
or 

Sherrie Burton Smith 
103 S. Cherry Grove Ave 
Annapolis MD 21401-3629 
(410) 280-9086 
sbsmith @ mail. aacc. cc. md. us 

Dale B. Taylor had been 
an elementai-y teacher, 
principal, cuniculum/ 
personnel director and 
superintendent before he 
retired in 1996. He is now 
involved in financial estate 
and trust work with New 
York Life Insurance. 
Residing in East Grand 
Forks. Minn.. Dale and his 
wife. Bonnie, have been 



married for 35 years and are 
the parents of two sons. 
Robert C. Howden 

(political science) was 
awarded two silver awards by 
the Erie (Pa.) Chapter of the 
International Association of 
Business Communicators 
(lABC) during its annual 
Keystone Awards Banquet in 
April 2002. Bob received the 
awards for the quarterly High 
Hopes newsletter published 



by the Shriners Hospitals for 
Children, Erie. Bob is the 
hospital's Director of Public 
Relations and the editor of 
High Hopes. 

Beverly Ekey Langley 
(English) recently attended 
the annual Century 2 1 
conference in San Antonio, 
Texas, where she was 
honored for having the fourth 
highest amount of sales in 
the nation. 




Gift of Life 



Jeffrey. Karen and Waller Paiiliek. 



Karen Luce Paulick '74 

When Karen Luce Paulick was 32 years old. a doctor told 
her the straight truth. "Everyone is going to die sometime," 
he said, "but you will die with someone else's liver." 

This was how she learned that she had primai^ bilary 
cyrosis of the liver, a disea,se that is more typically found in a 
person at least twice her age. 

She learned how to live with the ticking time bomb that 
was her liver. Her predicament, however, became more 
complicated with she discovered in 1989 that she was 
pregnant. She chose to go off her prescribed medication and 
continue the pregnancy, which resulted in the birth of a 
healthy son, Jeffrey. 

In 1996. things began to fall apart. The time had come for 
a transplant. In August, after making arrangements for a 
friend to stay with her young son, Karen flew to Pittsburgh to 

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Conrinued from pugc 4i 

be close to the Thomas E. 
Starzl Transplant Institute 
at the Pittsburgh Medical 
Center, the leading center 
for liver transplants in the 
United States. She waited. 

"What do you do?'" 
Karen reflected. " I couldn't 
pray for a donor." 

During this tenuous 
time. Karen recalls, her 
Lyco friends stood by her. 
Tommy and Cindi Weiss 
Milberger "74 picked up 
family members at the 
airport. Sherry 
McPherson '74 and Jan 
Rego '74 brought meals 
and someone to talk to 

They don't tell patients 
when there is a possible 
donor available, Karen 
learned from other trans- 
plant recipients. "You'll 
know," they told her, " if 
they tell you they need to 
draw some blood from 
you." 

Shortly after midnight 
on September 8, 1996, a 
nurse came into her room 
and asked if she could draw 
some blood. There was an 
available donor, and in a 
matter of hours, Karen was 
wheeled into the operating 
room for the 15-hour 
$300,000 transplant 
procedure. 

From the start, the new 
liver has made a difference 
in Karen's life. Today, more 
than five years later, she 
leads an active life raising 
her teenage son in 
Riverhead, Long Island, 
and volunteering on 
projects that promote organ 
donor awareness. 

She urges everyone to 
check off the donor box on 
their license. Her car sports 
a bumper sticker that says 
"Make a Miracle, Be an 
Organ Donor." 



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Class Scribe: 

Slieny L. MacPhcrson 
P.O. Box 167 
Shlloh. NJ 08353 
(856) 451-4976 
slmacp @ aol com 

Karen Knouse 
Brungardt (art) reports that 
she retired in September 
2001 after having major back 
surgery in December 1999. 
Karen and her husband, 
LaiTy, have moved to Tucson, 
Ariz., for the warmth for her 
joints (temperature has been 
108). Karen is going to 
water aerobics twice a week 
and following the progress of 
the building of their new 
house in Saddlebrooke, the 
community in which they are 
living. She has been doing 
watercolors and lots of 
needlework. And she has 
taken up the guitar again. . . 
for the about 5"" time, but 
admits she now has the time 
to actually practice it. Karen 
and Larry are planning on 
traveling this year; their 25'" 
Anniversary is in November 
and they plan to go to China 
for 12 days. They also plan 
to spend time in Costa Rica. 
Ecuador and Panama this 
winter 

Jolin A. Heil (economics) 
is currently Chairman and 
CEO of United Pet Group. 
Inc., located in Cincinnati, 
Ohio. John and his wife, 
Patricia (Ward) '74, are the 
parents of two sons, Adam 
and Brian. 

Joseph M. 
Kaczmarczylv, DO, MPH 
(biology) became the 
President of the American 
College of Osteopathic 
Obstetricians and Gynecolo- 
gists in March 2002. Joseph 
and his wife, Carolyn 
(Hanlon) '75, are cuirently 
residing in Gaithersburg, 
Md., and have two children. 



Congratulations to Carol and 
Dennis Lepley (mathemat- 
ics) on the observance of 
their 30"' wedding anniver- 
sary on May 20, 2002. The 
Lepleys are parents of three 
daughters and cunently 
reside in Cogan Station, Pa. 



Kathy Manchester Jones 

(biology) has accepted the 
position of curator of the 
Cambria County Historical 
Society. Kathy is no stranger 
at the museum; she has 
served as docent since 2000. 
A native of mral northeastern 
Bradford County, Pa., Kathy 
is Master Gardener with 
Penn State Cooperative 
E.xtension in Cambria 
County. 



Donna Shelley Bobbs 

(sociology) has completed 
the Merrill Lynch Certified 
Financial Manager program 
and has received the firm's 
CFM designation. Donna 
has been part of Merrill 
Lynch's Williamsport office 
for 22 years and has recently 
been joined in her practice by 
her husband. Art. The Bobbs 
reside in Jersey Shore, Pa., 
and are the parents of two 
daughters, Jessica, 18, and 
Jillian, 14. 



Dr. John P. Nelson. Jr. 

(biology) since 1992 has 
been employed by Bethel 
College in McKenzie, Tenn.. 
where he is a professor of 
biology and serves as Chair 
of the Biology Department 
and Chair of the Division of 
Science and Mathematics. In 
the last couple of years, he 
has acted as the driving force 
behind the beginning of a 
master's-level Physician 



Assistant training program 
(only the second in the state). 
He also leads a campus-wide 
environmental action group 
(called BC Green). This 
group of students, staff and 
faculty has implemented 
paper and aluminum recy- 
cling and is working to 
reduce energy consumption 
in all areas of the campus. In 
addition, John is still a very 
active member of the 
McKenzie Fire and Rescue 
Department. This is a 
combination paid/paid-on- 
call department that responds 
to approximately 180 calls 
per year in 120 square mile 
area in rural west Tennessee. 
He is currently a captain in 
the department and works 
part-time covering weekend 
shifts and occasionally 
covers for full-time crews on 
vacation or sick leave. Their 
very active and healthy two- 
year-old daughter, Olivia 
Dawn, keeps John and his 
wife, Nikki, busy. 



Rev. Thomas V. Wolfe 

(psychology) completed his 
doctorate in higher educa- 
tion at Syracuse University in 
May 2002. He continues to 
serve Syracuse University as 
Dean of Hendricks Chapel. 




Mark Drake reports on a 
mini-reunion held this past 
May in Hilton Head, South 
Carolina. The occasion was 
the 16th Annual Big Cheeky 
Golf Tournament. Alumni 
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Larry Pall '78, Doug Kuntz 
(Big Cheeky- '8), Mark 
Drake '78, Mike Smith '79, 
and Kevin Popson '78. 



Class Scribe: 

John Piazza 
416 Pine Street 
Williamsport, PA 17701 
(570) 321-1818 



Class Scribe: 

Roy Crowe 
305 North Rd 
Garden Cit}\ NY 11530 
roycrowe® optonline.net 

Our story on graduates 
working at Merck omitted 
Robert A. Cecere, Jr. 

(business administration) 
who lias been working for 
Merck & Co., Inc., in 
Rahway, N.J., since 1995. 
He is a senior project auditor 
in Central Engineering 
Project Auditing, whose 
duties include auditing 
capital projects, contractors 
and engineering and con- 
struction services. Bob and 
his wife, Denise, reside in 
Rumson, N.J., with their 
three children. 

Rev. Craig L. Cowing 
(history) has been called to 
serve as the pastor of the 
Blooming Grove United 
Church of Christ in Bloom- 
ing Grove, N.Y. He is 
married to the Rev. Marilyn 
E. Wilcox-Cowing and both 
are ordained ministers in the 
United Church of Christ. 
Craig is returning to full-time 
ministry after 13 years 
professionally restoring 
antique reed organs and 
doing part-time ministry. 
Craig enjoys hobbies such as 
bonsai, genealogy, historical 
research and doing grave- 



stone 
rubbings. 
They have 
three 
children, 
Jessica, 18: 
Jared, 15; 
and 

Nathaniel, 9, 
as well as 
four llamas. 




Morelli (left) and Zukentmn 



Rev. Brian Vasey (Near 
East studies) was named 
pastor of Beaver Memorial 
United Methodist Church in 
Lewisburg. Pa. This is the 
same church where Brian and 
his wife. Joanne (Masser) 
'83, were married in 1986. 
Bishop Neil Irons, cunent 
trustee of Lycoming, ap- 
pointed Brian to the position 
following his ministry at 
Aldersgate Methodist 
Church, York, Pa. Brian also 
served as pastor of the 
Wesley Methodist Church. 
Nescopeck, Pa., and Trinity 
Methodist Church, 
Clearfield. Pa. The Vaseys 
are the parents of two 
children. Brandy. 1 1. and 
Tim. 8. 



Rodney P. Rebuck 

(accounting) is currently 
employed as a comptroller/ 
accountant for My Organic 
Market located in College 
Park, Md. Rodney reports, 
he and his wife. Erin, reside 
in Catonsville. Md. They see 
quite a bit of Doug 
Krippendorf '83 who is 
doing well! 



Michael J. Morelli 

(music) will begin his second 
year as instructor of music 
business and low strings at 



Clarion 
University 
of Pa. 
Michael 
most 
recently 
peiformed 
with Pinchas 
Zukerman 
at the 
Meadow- 
mount 

Music Festival in upstate 

New York. 



Class Scribe: 

Tlieo Gude Truck 

5 Farm Ridge 

Mauldin, SC 29622 

864-676-0675 

c. truck @ worldnet. att. net 

Mark A. Boyle (English) 
is currently teaching 6* grade 
social studies and language 
arts at Pittsgrove Township 
Middle School in Elmer, N.J. 




Major Kirhy Walson 'SS at rii;lir in Afghanistan. 

Kirby Watson '88 Notes from Afghanistan 

Drinkable water is very scarce in the area surrounding 
Kabul, Afghanistan, and American military personnel hand 
out bottles of water to children in the same way GIs in WWII 
tossed them candy bars. 

So it made an impression on Major Kirby Watson '88 
when one small boy defiantly poured his bottle of water on 
the ground. There's a lot of hatred in Afghanistan, and a lot of 
it is directed at Americans, says Watson, who was stationed in 
Bagram for four months. You can't tell who is Taliban and 
who is not; who is pro- American and who is not. 

Watson found the Afghanistan assignment one of the most 
interesting and challenging of his 14-year military career. 

The challenge was serving as the communication officer 
for a Special Forces unit. Watson, physics major at Lycoming 
and a wrestler, was responsible for setting up and maintaining 
the Local Area Network, the wireless network, and the video 
teleconferencing center For his efforts, he was awarded the 
Bronze Star for overall performance under combat. While he 
was never in the thick of combat, the compound endured 
harassing fire from the Taliban, which actually killed a couple 
of soldiers in Watson's group. 

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Mark is also the head coach 
for the girl's track and field 
team at Schalick High School 
which was the 2002 South 
Jersey Group I champion. 



Class Scribe 

Tina Mulwini 
32 Summit Ave 
Paoli PA 19301 
(610) 695-9379 (hj 
(215) 928-8436 (w 



Class Scribe: 

Cindy Smith Snyderman 
3 Edwin Miller Drive 
Glen Mills, PA 19342 
610-558-0998 (li) 

Albert loppolo, Jr. 

(mechanical engineering) is 
currently employed as a 
senior manufacturing 
engineer at Seagate Tech- 
nologies in Longmont, Colo. 
Albert and his wife. Wendy, 
reside in Broomfield, Colo., 
and are the parents of two 
children. Albert reports. "I 
miss Lyco!" 

Thomas J. Rees (criminal 
justice) has been elected 
assistant secretary of surety 
underwriting for Harleysville 
Insurance in Harleysville, Pa. 
In this position, Tom is 
responsible for the under- 
writing and production of 
contract and non-contract 
surety for assigned field 
offices throughout the 
organization. In addition, he 
directs and supervises 
perfonnance, training and 
development for home office 
supervisors, underwriters and 
trainees, as well as assists in 
formulating business plans, 
production goals, department 
policies and procedures. 
Tom and his wife, Tera 



''^h Afghani gi 





Conlinued from [nige 47 

This mission marked 
the first time Kirby had 
had a close-up look at a 
third world country, 
which got his vote for the 
worst living conditions of 
any of his assignments. 
The capital is littered with ^■''"''' ■V,W"""a'"". 
old Russian vehicles, and children sell Russian bayonets as 
souvenirs. In an economy this poor, money is the major 
motivator. Kirby explains. 

Back in the U.S.. Watson is the Operations Officer for a 
communication battalion based at Fort Bragg and is enjoying 
creature comforts with his wife. Amy Cunniffe '90, and their 
three children. 



(Terhune) '89, reside in 
Upper Gwynedd, Pa., with 
their three children. 

Kenneth P. Weingartner 

(communications) was 
honored on August 1 . 2002. 
at the Meadowlands Race 
Track by the New Jersey 
Chapter of the United States 
Harness Writers Association. 
He was the recipient of its 
Media Award for 2001 
for the coverage he has 
given harness racing. 
You can email Ken at 
kweingartner@pacpub.com 



Class Scribe: 

Wendy Park Myers 
10 Yorktown Drive 
Shamong NJ 08088 

(609) 268-5458 (h) 
KDoenitz @ erol.s. com 

David F. Bonsick 

(political science/philosophy) 
has been hired as Director of 
Govermental Affairs by by 
Sprint's External Affairs 
Department. He has 1 3 years 
of legislative and govern- 
mental-affairs experience in 
the Harrisburg area. Most 
recently, he was the execu- 
tive director for the Office of 
Technology Investment 



within the State Department 
of Community and Economic 
Development. David was 
also the executive vice 
president and chief executive 
officer for the Pennsylvania 
Restaurant Association and 
has spent nine years in 
various government and 
regulatory affairs positions 
for the Pennsylvania Rural 
Electric Association. David 
will have legislative and 
public affairs responsibilities 
for both Pennsylvania and 
New Jersey. 

Tom Speicher and 
Gretchen Krawczyk, both 
communication majors, have 
been nominated for Mid- 
Atlantic Emmys! Tom is co- 
host and co-producer of 
You 're the Chef, a show that 
is now seen on PBS stations 
throughout the United States. 
The show was nominated in 
the category of Outstanding 
Entertainment. It is produced 
by The Pennsylvania College 
of Technology where 
Speicher is Broadcast Media 
Specialist. 

Gretchen Krawczyk was 
nominated as editor for 
""Hairbrained Idea" in the 
Outstanding News Feature 
category and as associate 
producer for In the Know in 



the category of Outstanding 
Public Service Series. 
Krawczyk is a producer for 
WPHL television in Philadel- 
phia 




David F.Wilk( history) 

has joined the firm of 
Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, 
Coleman & Goggin as an 
associate in their 
Williamsport, Pa., office. 
David was awarded his Juris 
Doctorate, cum laude, from 
Syracuse College of Law in 
1992. He is a member of the 
Pennsylvania and Lycoming 
County Bar Associations. 
Prior to joining the firm, he 
served as a partner with the 
finn of Casale and Bonner, 
PC. 



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Class Scribe: 

Coiirtciuiy Wells Areiult 
633 Oak Farm Court 
Liithcrville MD 21093 
(410)561-0909 

Dean Michael Dorman 

(psychology) is currently 
teaching technology courses 
at Pennsylvania College of 
Technology and freelance 
technology consulting. 
Email him or visit 
www.godorman.com to keep 
in touch. 



Nancy J. Marple (mass 
communications) recently 
accepted a position with 
Peerless Industries, Melrose 
Park, 111., as an associate 
project manager. Peerless is 
a worldwide designer, 
manufacturer and distributor 
of support systems and 
accessories for electronic 
equipment. Nancy is 
residing in Chicago, 111. 

David E. Mitcliell 
(criminal justice-corrections) 
was honored by the National 
Wild Turkey Federation 
(NWTF) as its "Pennsylvania 
Land Management Officer of 
the Year". David plans, 
oversees and assists in the 
management and habitat 
improvement projects on 
State Game Lands and 
privately owned lands 
enrolled in the agency's 
public access programs in 
Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks, 
Montgomery, Delaware and 
Philadelphia counties. 



Class Scribe: 

Julie Makatelie 
335 Miilberiy Manor Court 
Alpharetta. GA 30005 
(770) 753- 1474 
jmakatch® kcc. coin 



Sonja E. Burl^halter 

(psychology) has been 
promoted to program director 
for The Alternatives Center 
for Family Based Services, 
which is a division of a 
statewide non-profit organi- 
zation called Open Inn. Inc. 
ba.sed out of Tucson. Ariz. 
The Alternatives Center is a 
crisis center for youth and 
families. A total of eight 
different programs are run 
out of the facility. Sonja has 
been working in social 
services since 1993. Sonja 
received a master's degree in 
education from Lindenwood 
University (St. Charles, Mo.) 
in May 1997. 

Susan Boylan Dickinson 
(psychology) earned her 
master's degree in education 
from the University of 
Houston in May 2001. Susan 
is currently a third grade 
teacher at the Spring Branch 
Independent School District 
in Houston, Texas. 

John "Ed" Frick has 
accepted an assistant 
principal position at Donegal 
School District in Mount Joy, 
Pa. He will be ending a nine- 
year tenure with the 
Williamsport Area School 
District where he taught 
politics and economics. Ed 
has also been selected to be 
included in the 2(X)2 edition 
of Who 's Who Among 
America 's Teachers: he was 
previously honored in 2000. 
Upon completion of his 
master's degree at Bucknell, 
he was awarded the Hugh F. 
McKeegan Prize at the May 
2002 graduation ceremonies. 
This prize is awarded to the 
master's degree recipient 
specializing in educational 
administration or supervision 
who, in the judgment of the 
faculty of Bucknell's 
education department, best 
exemplifies those qualities of 
character, scholarship, 
leadership and professional 




Fnim left: Tom Hciiiimiii '92, Mall Wixslead '89 uiul Dan Greenherg '92. 



commitment needed for 
effective leadership in 
school. Ed and his wife, 
Kerri (Bloom) '92, are the 
parents of a son. Avery. 

Daniel J. Greenherg 
recently attended the 4"' 
Annual Smally Open Golf 
Tournament on May 1 1 , 
2002. The Smally Open is an 
annual get together for 
former Lycoming football 
players and members of the 
Sigma Pi fraternity. Bill 
Small '92 organizes this 
event, along with a Christ- 
mas party every December. 
For more pictures, check 
out this web site 
http://communities.msn.com/ 
Lycofriends. 



Class Scribe: 

Kuril! Pluminer Botto 
1022 Cardinal Rd. 
Audubon. PA 19403 
work 610-660-1995 
botto@sju.edu 

Anne Krohner 
Amundsen (com- 
munication) recently 
graduated from East 
Stroudsburg 
University with a 
master's degree in 
special education. 
Anne is employed as 
a 3"' and 4'" grade multiple 



disabilities teacher in Great 
Meadows. N.J. 

Dr. Shawn G. Clark of 
Lewisburg, W.Va., received a 
Doctor of Osteopathy degree 
on May 25, 2002, from the 
West Virginia School of 
Osteopathic Medicine in 
Lewisburg. Dr. Clark was 
one of 62 graduates and was 
the recipient of the Green- 
brier Military School Alumni 
Association Scholarship for 
academic achievement, 
leadership and motivation. 
He also received Psi Sigma 
Alpha recognition for being 
in the top 15 percent of his 
class academically and was 
an honor graduate as a 
member of the top 1 percent 
of his class. 

A future warrior gets an 
outing in the park. Tobias 
Wyo Chalk is the son of 
Elizabeth (Teets) '92 and 
Shaun A. Chalk '93. Toby 
was bom December 6, 2001. 




Tol)ias W\<) Chalk 



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Class Scribe: 

Michele i Wawroski) Hogan 
445 Central Avenue 
Needbam. MA 02494 
{781)444-2254 (h) 
shellyhogan @ yahoo, com 

Glenn Klein is artistic 
director at Magnum Opus 
Musicals in Concert. Tiie 
theatre is located at 488 
Bloomfield Avenue in 
Montclair. New Jersey. 
"Mack and Mabel" continues 
through October. For 
more information, 
check the website 
www.musicalsinconcert.com. 

Eric R. Kratz (business 
administration) recently 
graduated from Penn State 
University with his MBA. 
Eric is employed as a 
financial analyst for Bisys, 
Inc. at the Hairisburg 
Division. 



Class Scribe: 

Bob Martin 

2467 Route 10 East 

Building 6 Unit IB 

Morris Plains. NJ 07950 

Home Phone : 

(973) 401-1983 

Martinl80@aol.com 

Sharon L. Mohr (psy- 
chology) received her 
master's degree from Penn 
State University in December 
2000. Sharon is cunently a 
clinical supervisor/therapist 
at Northwestern Human 
Services and an instructor at 
Penn College, both in 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Bridget C. Thomas 
(criminal justice/psychology) 
was recently appointed and 
sworn in as a special agent 
with the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation (FBI) after 
completing New Agent's 
Training at Quantico, Va. 
Bridget will be working in 
the Washington, D.C., area. 



It's what's Brewing in 

Boyertown 

John Hocking '96 

By Mi die He Karas 

Reprinted in piu-i wirli permission 

from llw Pottsville (PA) Mercury. 

Boyertown — Something 
new is percolating at the top 
of town. 

Daily Grinds Gourmet 
Coffee House & Cafe, 2 E. 
Philadelphia Ave., opened 
several months ago with little 
fanfare. 

Owner John Hocking "96 
decided one late April day 
was as good a time as any for 
a "sof." or unadvertised, 
opening to test the waters for 
the venture. Not long after 
he put out an open flag and 
set a placard on the sidewalk 
announcing the daily 
specials, people began to line 
up. 

"1 expected to do maybe 
five lunches." said Hocking, 
a Philadelphia resident. 
"That day we served 45 
lunches. We've been 
slammed since Day One." 

Since that busy day. 
Hocking has been trying to 
adapt the business to meet 
the needs of the local 
clientele. For instance, he 
originally planned to do 
counter service only, but 
discovered customers 
wanted table service. So he 
put a "help wanted" sign in 
the window and hired 
waitstaff. 

The business has taken 
on a life of its own," said 
Hocking, who is pleased to 
see a steady lunch crowd 
developing. "We have a 




pretty straightforward menu. 
We keep it simple and we 
keep it good. And 1 think 
people really enjoy the 
atmosphere." 

Open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Monday through Saturday. 
Daily Grinds offers pastries, 
panini (Italian style sand- 
wiches), fresh salads and, of 
course, gourmet coffee — 
starting at $1.25 per cup. 

"You can't do just coffee." 
Hocking said. "You've got 
to serve lunch too. and have 
another business going, like 
the consignment shop. So 
far, the coffee shop and the 
consignment shop have 
really been complementing 
each other." 

A native of New Jersey, 
Hocking, 29. majored in 
business at Lycoming 
College and dove into the 
family furniture business 
soon after graduation. 
Daily trips to a coffee shop 
near his work sparked his 
interest in running a shop 
of his own. 



Hocking made his 
coffee shop dream come 
true by opening a cafe' in 
Yardley. Bucks County. 
Soon, he and partner. 
Kenneth R. Klosowski, 
expanded to include a 
Daily Grinds in Newport, 
R.I. 

Hocking and his 
partner were looking for a 
new location in the 
Philadelphia area. At 
about the same time, 
Hocking's father and a 
partner' decided to pur- 
chase the Boyer Building. 
The building's first floor 
retail space, which was a 
cafe and gourmet foods 
shop in its last incarna- 
tion, turned out to be the 
perfect spot for Daily 
Grinds, he said. 

"1 think the town has a 
lot of potential to turn 
around and become a real 
business/shopping 
district." Hocking said. 
"I got a sense that this 
kind of shop was needed 
here." 



LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • FALL '02 



CLASS NOTES 



Class Scribe: 

Amy J. Anthrose 
105 Nathaniel Rd 
Newark. DE 19713 
(302) 479-9159 
aja07@hotmaU. com 

Wendy Schreffler Fetzer 

(nursing) a certified nurse 
practitioner, was appointed as 
physician extender at the 
Williamsport Manor Care 
Health Services Campus. 
She will be assisting in daily 
medical assessments of the 
residents. Wendy received 
an associate degree of 
science in nursing from 
Central Texas College and a 
master's degree from Penn 
State University. 

Colleen Mullen-Verton 
(English-literature) After two 
years as an S"" grade English 
teacher and two years as 
team leader of a four- 
teacher 8"' grade unit. 
Colleen has been promoted 
to English Department 
Chairperson at Holabird 
Middle School in Dundalk, 
Md. She is currently 
enrolled in the Master of 
Education Program at 
Goucher College in Towson, 
Md. Colleen and her 
husband, Steve '97, are 
currently residing in 
Abingdon, Md. 

David M. Wunder 
(biology) graduated from the 
College of Notre Dame of 
Maryland in September 2001 
with a master's degree in 
leadership teaching. He has 
also earned his administra- 
tion and supervision certifi- 
cation. David has accepted 
the position of Science 
Resource Coordinator at 
Halstead Academy, an 
elementary school in the 
Baltimore County Public 
Schools. He is responsible 
for guiding the staff in 
implementing a new Envi- 



ronmental Science Magnet 
Program within the school. 
David and his wife, Tami 
(Hull) '97, reside in 
Cockeysville, Md. 



Class Scribes: 

Lauren Kolaya 

1081 Oakland Avenue 

Plainfieht. NJ 07060-3411 

908-755-5710 or 

908-962-0816 

lyco97@aol.com 

and 

Kirsten Schwalm Miller 

122 Bressler St. 

Say re PA 18840 

(570)888-6486 

kir.stenhrian @ cyher- 

quest.com 

Angela Hertz (psychol- 
ogy) is currently center 
director at KinderCare 
Learning Center in Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

Randy S. King (business 
administration) reports Don 
Jimerson '98, Bryan Miller 
'96 and himself all ended up 
in Atlanta, Ga. They were all 
Lambda Chi Alpha and they 
still live in the same house! 
Randy is in commercial real 
estate for a worldwide 
turnkey office leasing firm, 
Don is a web developer for a 
technology firm and Bryan is 
a 5"^ grade teacher 

Steven M. Verton 
(biology) is cun'ently 
employed by Micromass, 
Inc., as a Field Service 
Engineer working in the fast- 
paced mass spectrometry 
field. Steve and his wife. 
Colleen Mullen '96, are 
residing in Abingdon, Md. 

Joshua Wolfe (biology) 
graduated from Jefferson 
Medical College in 2001. He 
is currently in his second 
year of emergency medicine 
residency at Cooper Hospital 
in Camden, N.J. 



Tami Hull Wunder 

(psychology/elementary 
education) earned her 
master's degree in guidance 
and school counseling from 
Loyola College in Maryland 
in January 2002. She 
recently accepted a position 
at Dundalk High School in 
Baltimore County, Md., as a 
school guidance counselor. 
Tami works with the 
Maryland's TomoiTow 
Program, which offers 
additional support to 
students. The program 
focuses on 25 students per 
grade level that are most at 
risk for dropping out of 
school. The program also 
involves extensive incentives 
and career-minded field trips 
for the students. Tami and 
her husband, David '96, 
reside in Cockeysville, Md. 



Class Scribe: 

Brenda Bowser 

8750 Georgia Aveiuw Apt. 

1231A 

Georgian Towers 

Silver Spring, MD 20910 

(301)563-6956 

BrendaBowser@hotmail.com 

Heather Duda (English/ 
interdisciplinary) begins 
Ph.D. course work in 
literature and criticism at 
Indiana University of 
Pennsylvania. Heather, who 
was chosen for one of the 
department's prestigious 
fellowships, was also 
awarded a graduate assistant- 
ship from lUP and will serve 
as a research assistant at the 
University. 

Brian D. McNoldy 
(physics/astronomy) is 
working as a research 
associate in the Department 
of Atmospheric Science at 
Colorado State University in 
Fort Collins, Colo, (where he 
received his MS in 2001). 



His work includes mainly 
atmospheric remote sensing, 
hurricane inner-core insta- 
bilities and vortical flows. In 
May 2002, Brian presented a 
paper on "A Multi-Platform 
View of Hunicane Erin" at 
the American Meteorological 
Society's Hunicanes and 
Tropical Meteorology 
Conference in San Diego, 
Calif. He co-authored a 
paper entitled "Vortical 
Swirls in Hurricane Eye 
Clouds" and was primary 
author on a paper entitled 
"Design and Construction of 
an Affordable Rotating Table 
for Classroom Demonstra- 
tions of Geophysical Fluid 
Dynamics Principles". Both 
papers have been submitted 
and should be published by 
the end of 2002. 

Omitted from oiu' story on 
graduates working at Merck 
in the spring '02 issue of the 
Lycoming Magazine was 
Stephen C. Parente (biol- 
ogy) who has been working 
for Merck since October 
2000. Steve is currently in 
Control Monitoring and his 
duties include certifying all 
HEPA filter devices at the 
West Point site. Several 
members of his family work 
or have worked for Merck, 
including parents, cousins, an 
uncle and Steve's grandfa- 
ther. Steve's mother's boss is 
also a Lycoming graduate. 

Harvey E. Partica 
(English) received his 
master's degree in English 
literature from Kansas State 
University in May 2002. 
Harvey is cunently pursuing 
his Ph.D. at the University of 
Illinois in Chicago. 

CAPT. Michele A. Soltis 
(biology) has earned her 
medical degree at Penn State 
College of Medicine at Penn 
State Milton S. Hershey 
Medical Center, Hershey, Pa. 
Michele will do her medical 
residency in preventive 



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CLASS NOTES 



LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • FALL '02 



medicine and public health at 
Madigan Army Medical 
Center in Tacoma, Wash. 



Class Scribe: 

Cowell Falls Gamberling 
RR 1 Box 456 

Millmonl. PA 17845 
(570) 922-1044 
cowell52@hotmail.com 

Colleen M. Heisey 

(biology) graduated with 
honors on May 26, 2002, 
from The George Washing- 
ton University Law School, 
earning the degree of Juris 
Doctorate. During law 
school, she was vice-justice 
of the John Jay Chapter of 
Phi Alpha Delta, the world's 
largest law fraternity. 
Colleen will begin working 
this fall in Washington, D.C., 
at Keller & Heckman, LLP. a 
firm specializing in Food and 
Dnig Law. 

Bart C. Makatche 
(communications) started off 
2002 by relocating from 
suburban Philadelphia, where 
he worked as a freelance 
television production 
assistant/grip, and started a 
new staff position as a 
production coordinator with 
Smith and HaiToff. Inc.. a 
Washington, D.C.. public 
affairs, public relations and 
political consulting firm. 
Bart works directly with the 
Smith and Harroff director/ 
producers to produce TV, 
radio and print advertising 
for 10-15 candidates in each 
election cycle, along with the 
firm's regular corporate 
clients. 

Kenneth C. Smith 
(economics-managerial) is 
cunently employed as a 
senior reports analyst in the 
Financial Statistics Depart- 
ment of the Federal Reserve 
Bank of Philadelphia. Ken is 
residing in Boothwyn, Pa. 



Kimberly Konkle Stark 

(psychology) recently 
graduated from Ohio 
Northern's Pettit College of 
Law at Ohio Northern 
University with a degree of 
Juris Doctor Kimberly and 
her husband, David I. Stark 
'01, reside in Bellefontaine, 
Ohio. 



Class Scribe: 

Amanda Peterman dalla 

Piazza 

115 Carpenter St. 

Miincy. PA 17756 

(570) 546-9440 

arp @ lanwiulesigiigroiip. com 

William (Bill) Dellett 

(sociology-human services) 
is currently employed with 
the State of New Jersey as a 
probation officer He is 
starting his third semester as 
a graduate student at Seton 
Hall University studying 
human resources. 

Philip M. Levesque 
(chemistry /history) is 
employed by Shire Biologies, 
Inc.. of Northborough, Mass.. 
as a research associate. He is 
cun^ently pursuing his M.S. 
in chemistry at the University 
of Massachusetts in Lowell. 
Philip and his wife. Melissa, 
are residing in Nashua. N.H. 



Class Scribe: 

Shawui McQiiilieii 
2219 B Center Ave. 
Charlottesville VA 22903 
434-295-4478 
mciishau@hotmail.com 

Jessica M. Miller 

(mathematics) is cuirently 
employed as a software 
engineer at Raytheon 
Systems in State College. Pa. 

Michael J. Spagnuolo 
(psychology) has been hired 
as a full-time assistant coach 



with the Wilkes University 
football team. Mike, who 
was a part-time assistant 
coach at Wilkes last season, 
will have offensive line 
responsibilities, primarily 
with the tackles and tight 
ends. 

Megan Szentesy (psy- 
chology ) just completed her 
first year of teaching the fifth 
grade at Lincoln-Edison 
Charter School in York. Pa. 
Megan is looking forward to 
teaching the third grade for 
the 2002-2003 school year. 



Class Scribe: 

Sharon Rogers 
218 69th St. 
Guttenberg, NJ 07093 
(201) 679-2611 
SharonR6300@aol.com 



Lycoming 
welcomes back 
Erin L. Girio 

(business- 
marketing 
management). 
Lindsay Repko 
(psychology) 
and Matt 
Edmonds 
(economics) 
who have 
accepted 
positions as 
admissions 
counselors. 
John F. 
Huzvar, IV 
(criminal 
justice) recently 
completed 
training at the 
ST' Municipal 
Police Academy 
in Harrisburg, 
Pa., and has 
joined the 
Springettsbury 
Township Police 
Department in 
York, Pa. 




Erin 




Ijiulsax 




Chris K. Napier (busi- 
ness-marketing management) 
was one of 1 8 basketball 
players invited by Legacy 
Sports Partners to go on a 
two-week tour of China. 
There the players will be 
broken into two teams and 
played against pro clubs from 
various Chinese leagues. 
Chris's performance at an 
invitational camp in Atlanta 
earned him the trip to China. 
Anil Vaswani, an agent who 
runs Legacy Sports Partners 
and the Atlanta camp with 
his brother, Amar, picked 
Chris out of a pool of 60 
players. 



NOTICE 

Recent graduates, 1997- 
2002. are invited to nominate 
a member of 
the faculty for 
the Constance 
Cupp 

Plankenhom 
Alumni Award 
for Teaching 
Excellence. 
You should 
send your 
nominations to 
Teaching 
Awaids 
Committee 
Office of the 
Dean of the 
College. 
Campus 
Box 157 
Lycoming 
College 
Williamsport, 
PA 17701 

Include in 
your nomina- 
tion clear 
reasons and 
examples for 
your selection. 



M A R R I A 



Dr. Kathleen Donnelly 

'72 married Anthony Dixon 
of Dublin. Ireland on Marcii 
17, 2002. on Hollywood 
Beach. Fla. Susan Snyder 
Sponar '73 was matron of 
honor. Also enjoying the 
spectacle were Lois 
Brodhead Freese '73, 
Melanie Bond '73 and Jean 
Bennett '72. 

Lisa A. Marcantuono 

'90 and Patrick Kane were 
married on May 18.2002. 

Madeline R. Reina '91 

and Kevin Michel were 
married on September 7. 
2001. Denise (Ahern) 
Keary '91 was a bridesmaid. 

Christine Eleanor 
Barna '92 and Timothy 
Daniel Knapp were married 
on October 6. 2001. at St 
Maria Goretti Church in 
Laflin. Pa. 

Angela Marie Harleman 

'92 and Mark Richard 
Hoffert were married on 
October 27, 2001 , at Jordan 
United Church of Christ in 
Allentown, Pa. 

Marijo Mullen '92 and 

Patrick S. Montgomery were 
married on December 28. 
2001. at Our Lady of Mount 
Carmel Church in 
Doylestown. Pa. Colleen 
Mullen- Verton '97 served 
as matron of honor. Kristine 
(Ely) Moore '91. Ann 
Marie Reppert '92 were 
bridesmaids. Guests 
included: Cathy (Sweezy) 
and Matt Basilii '92. Mary 
(Bowman) Behler '92. 
Dawn (Klein) '92 and 
David Bentley '90. Megan 
(Cogan) '92 and her 
husband. Bill Eddis '93 and 
his wife. 




At the weclilinii of Anne Krohner and Greg Amundsen are from left: Rachael 
McBryan '93, Wendy (Picker) Hess '93. Sue Corney '93, Anne (Krohner) 
Amundsen, Katy Evers '93, Maureen (Duffy) Lynch '93 and Slacey 
Randecker'93. 



Paulette A. Schriner '93 

and Robert Moynihan were 
married on December 3 1 , 
2001. 

Anne Krohner '93 and 

Greg Amundsen were 
married June 23, 2001, in 
New Hartford, Conn. 

Dora Ann Yingling and 
Jerome J. Fitzsimmons, Jr. 

'94 were married on May 4. 
2002. at Goldsboro Church 
of God in Etters. Pa. 

Susan S. Hoegel '94 and 

Donald J. Jorgensen were 
married on October 14. 2000. 

Lauren A. Mugione '94 

and Michael Stewart were 
married on March 9. 2002. in 
Nazareth. Pa. Tracey 
(Leader) Stoncroad '94 was 

in attendance. 

Amy Christine Rider and 
Mark E. Archambault '95 

were manied on December 
22, 2001. at Lycoming Centre 
Presbyterian Church in 
Williamsport, Pa. Michele 
(Bubb) Beck '90, sister of 
the groom, participated in the 
ceremony as a reader. Her 
husband, William D. Beck 
'92 was also in attendance. 



Stacie Lynn Birmingham 

'96 and Brent Alan Pasco 
were married on September I , 
2001, at St. Mary's Catholic 
Church in Shelby, N.C. 

Lisa Santoniello '96 and 

Vincent Vacca were married 
on September 8, 2001, at St. 
Anne's Church in Jersey 
City. N.J. 

Heather D. Isgate '97 and 

Donald W. Bower, Jr. were 
married on May 1 8, 2002, at 
Faxon-Kenmar United 
Methodist Church in 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Kathleen Nathan '97 and 

John Arlin were married on 
March 17, 2000, at the 
Calvary United Methodist 
Church in Dumont, N.J. 
Tracy Uher '97 was in 
attendance. 

Jennifer Anne Lively and 
Zachariah Ruben 
Newswanger '97 were 
manned on October 6, 2001, 
at the United Church of 
Christ in New Haven, Conn. 

Jennifer Lynn Klein '98 

and Jeffrey Christian Keiser 
were married on August 4. 
2001, at Grace Church in 
Honesdale, Pa. 



Kelly Marie Norton '98 
and Jason William Knight 

'98 were married on April 
20, 2002, at Zion Luthern 
Church, Dushore, Pa. 

Michele Lynn Whitlock 

'98 and Dominick Anthony 
Shannon were married on 
December 8, 2001. at St. 
Anthony of Padua Church in 
Wilmington. Del. 

Kelly Sue Spigelmeyer 

'99 and Nathan William 
Fisher were married on April 
13, 2002, at King Street Park 
in Northumberland, Pa. 

Kelly R. Sprow '99 and 

Andrew L. Paveiek were 
married on June 2, 2002, at 
the Excalibur Hotel in Las 
Vegas, Nev., Jessica Faust 
'99 attended. 

Eliane Goffard and 
Nathan A. Wheeler '99 
were married on August 5, 

2001, in Sarasota, Fla. Drew 
A. Wheeler '03 was a 
groomsman. Guests included 
Kendra Craig '01 and Josh 
Hinkle '01. 

Heather L. Moss '00 and 

Charles Schlegel were 
manned on June 30, 2002, 
along Penns Creek, in New 
Berlin, Pa. 

Jennifer A. Snyder '00 
and Michael E. Smith '99 
were married on May 18, 

2002, in Red Lion, Pa. Amy 
Carey '02 and Wendilorian 
Meyers '02 served as 
bridesmaids. Alumni in 
attendance: Amanda 
(Peterman) DallaPiazza 
'00, Chris DallaPiazza '99, 
Melinda (Miller) Wentz 
'99, Candace Dykeman '98, 
Heidi Aigler '00 and Josh 
Pratt '00. 



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MARRIAGES 



LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • FALL 'O: 




Liicinda Bradley '01 and Chris Cole '00. On steps from left: Krista Bradley 
'98. Jonathan Cole. Tim Mikesic. Jennifer Cole. Brad Smith. Tami Tciihns. 
Darrin Mangiacarne '00. Jessica Smith. Damian Cole. Kelly Baney '01. Dana 
Sealander and Nicolette Carothers. 



Lucinda Ann Bradley 
'01 and Christopher Cole 

'00 were married July 28, 
2001. 

Tracy Bossier '02 and 

Nicholas Bossier were 
married on May 1 8. 2002, in 
Wemersville, Pa. Heather 
Moss '00 and Kelly 
Smolinsky '02 were brides- 
maids. Guest included: 



Chan Ung '04, Jessica 
Trexler '02, Heidi LaBelle 
'03, Stacey Hoete '02, Erin 
Lubold '02, Kevin Trolene 
'02, Danny Miller '02 and 
Glenn Mummey '03. 

Kiley Engel '02 and An- 
drew D. Klinger '00 were 
maiTied on May 25, 2002, at 
the Christian Church of 
Cogan Station, Pa. 




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• Increases your income? 

• Increases the income you provide 
for your spouse or other survivor? 

• Allows you control in selecting a 
trustee and percentage of return 
for a lifetime income? 

• Enables you to provide a gift for 
Lycoming College and support the 
mission and goals you believe in? 

If you answered "Yes" to some or all of 
these questions, you will be interested in gift 
options which provide lifetime income and 
save income tax. We'd be delighted to 
provide you with more details about these 
gift planning opportunities. Contact Keith 
Barrows, barrows@lycoming.edu 
570-321-4036. 



Tired of 4% (or less) returns? Does 7% or 8% strike your fancy? 

It's not too 
good to be true! 



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Charitable Gift Annuity Rates 



AGES RATE 

60/55 5.8% 



65/60 
70/65 
72/67 
76/71 
80/75 
90/85 



6.2% 
6.4% 
6.5% 
6.8% 
7.3% 
9.2% 



AGE 

60 
65 

70 
72 
76 
80 
90 



RATE 

6.4% 
6.7% 
7.2% 
7.4%' 
8.0% 
8.9% 
12.0% 



Today, a gift annuity might pay you eight percent (8%) or more, depending upon 
your age. Here's even better news — it's guaranteed — and the payments to you are 
partially tax free. 

Q: How does it work? 

A: A gift annuity is a contract between a donor and a charity, backed by all of the assets 

of the charity. It provides a fixed monthly payment for life for one or more donors. 

Q: How much can I earn? 

A: If you are 65, you will receive 6.7%; if you are 72, the payment 

will be 7.4%. Please see the table to find the payments 

for your age(s). 



Best of all: Your gift will help Lycoming College continue to offer 
the very finest education available to the residents of our community. 



For further 

information, 

contact 

Keith Barrows at 

570-321-4036. 



NEW ARRIVALS 



A daughter, Vanessa, to 
Viorica and Joseph H. Velott 

'56, November 2. 2001. 

A daughter, Anna Grace, 
to Lisa (Bossert) '82 and 
Rick Kerper, July 23, 2002. 
She joins a brother, Eric, 7 
and a sister, Olivia, 3. 

A daughter, Layla Marie, 
to Kelly and Matthew M. 
Gartner '88, May 24, 2002. 
She joins a big brother, 
Mitchell, 3. 

A daughter, Remy 
Christina, to Barbara 
(Hayes) '90 and Joseph M. 
Ricciardi '90, January 1 1 , 
2002. She joins a brother, 
Joseph. Proud grandparents 
are Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
Hayes. Mike is a '63 alum 
and a current member of the 
Board of Trustees. 

A daughter, Lauren 
Louise, to Michelle (Keller) 

'91 and Marcus Jackson, 
June 15,2002. She joins a 
big brother, Jonathan, 20 
months. 

A son, Kyle Gregory, to 
Denise (Ahem) '91 and 

Greg Keary, December 17, 
2001. 

A son, Christopher 
Walworth, to Dawn (Klein) 
'92 and David Bentley '90, 

June 30, 2002. He joins a 
sister, Abigail, 3 and a 
brother, William, 1. 

A son, Avery Bennett, to 
Kerri (Bloom) '92 and John 
"Ed" Frick '92, March 13, 

2002. 

A son. Storm Everett, to 
Pamela (Kraft) '93 and 

Brian Sommers, June 14, 
2002. 



A son, Kline Matthew to 
Alice (Kline) '94 and 

Matthew A. Alt, May 10, 
2002. 

A son, Tyler Curtis, to 
Nicole (Nyman) '94 and 

William R. Franquet, April 
26,2002. He joins a sister, 
Emily, 5 and a brother, 
Logan, 3. 

A daughter, Stephanie 
Jane, to Kathleen (Nathan) 

'94 and John Arlin, April 18, 
2002. 

A daughter, Serena Marie, 
to Melinda "Mindy" 
(Bierly) '94 and Todd Gunn, 
May 28, 2002. She joins a 
brother, Chayten, 4. 

A son, Braedon James, to 
Wendy (Boy ton) '94 and 
Scott M. Dobrynio '94, 

February 6, 2002. 

A son, Dylan Keith, to 
Stacey and Keith E. Bennett 
'95. March 1 7, 2002. He 
joins a brother, Kyle, 3. 

A daughter, Madeline 
Jolene, to Kristie (Bagley) 

'95 and Derron M. Farber, 
May 24, 2002. She joins a 
sister, Calissa Mae and a 
brother, Garrett Walter. 

A daughter, Julie Anne, to 
Lisa (Fisher) '96 and Gregg 

Anthony, June 27, 2(^02. She 
joins a brother, Curtis 
Gregory, 2. 

A daughter, Madison 
Leigh, to Stacey (Shaffer) 
'96 and Scott C. Bray '92, 

May 6, 2002. 

A daughter, Josie Rose, to 



Jody (Ranch) '96 and Lou 

Gansell, June 1,2002. She 
joins a sister, Cheyenne Noel. 
I 1/2. 

A son, Broghan 
McClintock, to Kara 
(Steppe) '96 and Matt 
Persun, April 22, 2002. 
He joins a sister, Joslyn 
Adalia, 2. 

A son, Nathan Ryan, to 
Paula (Benarick) '97 and 
Aaron L. Fitt '96, March 6, 
2002. 

A son, Matthew Ryan, to 
Meredith "Mindy" 
(Morris) '97 and Michael P. 
Davison '93, January 2, 
2002. 

A daughter, Adrienne Kaye, 
to Leigh (Ingram) '97 and 
Dr. Kevin O'Brien, April 14, 
2002. She joins a sister, 
Gillian Leigh, 17 months. 

A son, Logan John, to 
Dana (Bogart) '98 and 
Brian C. Pick '96, April 11, 

2002. 

A son, Keller, to Ruth 
(Love) '99 and Collin E. 
Schooley, April 24, 2002. 



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...There's a way 
to avoid costly 
probate expenses 
and provide for 
your family and 
friends. 

...There's away 
for you to prevent 
the state from 
distributing your 
assets according 
to its plan. 

...There's a way 
for you to decide 
who will be the 
guardians of your 
children. 

...There's a way 
to help Lycoming 
College serve the 
people of our 
community. 

Let us suggest 

ways to plan your 

will and estate. 

A bequest to Lycoming 

College will qualify you 

for membership 

in the Tower Societ}: 

Ask for details. 

For more 
information, 

contact 

Lauri K. Fink 

at 570-321-4036. 



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IN MEMORIAM 



1931 

Word has been received on 
the passing of Martha 
Cummings Shaffer on 

December 24, 1996. 

1932 

Helen Duvall Graham died 
on July 14. 2002 at Manor 
Care North in Williamsport, 
Pa. She is survived by her 
husband, L. Eugene, a son 
and a daughter. 

1934 

Blanche Esbenshade 
Nichols died peacefully at 
home in Levittown. Pa on 
June 3, 2002. She is sur- 
vived by a son and two 
daughters. 

1936 

Gordon T. Lepley, Jr. died 
on December 13, 2001, in 
Tyler, Texas at the age of 85. 

1939 

Word has been received of 
the passing of Rev. Edwin 
G. Reter on April 10, 1998. 
There are no known survi- 



1940 

Charles F. Flock died May 
4, 2002. at the Valley View 
Nursing Home, 
Montoursville, Pa. He is 
survived by two daughters 
and two sons. 

Margaret Danneker 
Sinclair died on May 14, 
2002, at Manor Care South, 
Williamsport, Pa. She is 
survived by two sons. 

1942 

Word has been received of 
the passing of Dr. Harold F. 
Hartman on November 7, 
2001. 



1943 

Word has been received of 
the passing of John G. 
Spissinger on January 27, 
1997. 

1948 

William T. Colville of 

Williamsport, Pa, died on 
July 11,2002. 

1950 

Elmer R. Koons of South 
Williamsport, Pa died on 
June 1, 2002. He is survived 
by a brother, Albert. 

1952 

Jack O. Daneker of 

Williamsport, Pa, died on 
April 23, 2002, after a brief 
illness. He is survived by his 
wife, Marlene, two sons and 
two daughters. 

1954 

Ray C. Cooper of Endicott, 
N.Y., died on June 21, 2002. 
He is survived by his wife. 
Norma, and three daughters. 

1955 

Hurley A. Scheaffer of 

Gainesville, Fla. died May 
30, 2002, at his residence 
following a brief illness. His 
wife of 5 1 years, Carolyn, 
and four daughters survive 
him. 

1956 

William H. Graff of 

Williamsport. Pa, died on 
April 27, 2002, at his home. 
He is survived by a son and 
two daughters. 

1957 

Lee Thomas of Enterprise, 
Fla., died on November 16, 
2001 . He is survived by his 
wife, Diane and two 
daughters. 



1958 

Priscilla Gates Westover 

of State College, Pa died on 
November 28, 2001, at 
Centre Crest Nursing Home 
in Bellefonte. Pa. She is 
survived by two daughters 
and two sons. 

1960 

John A. Bausinger, Sr. 

died on May 2 1 . 2002, at 
his home in Williamsport. 
Pa., following a lengthy 
illness. He is survived by 
his wife, Carol, four sons 
and three daughters. 

Richard W. Phillips of 

Pennellville. N.Y.. died on 
May 8. 2002. He is 
survived by his fiancee. 
Donna Overend. a son. a 
daughter, a stepdaughter 
and a stepson. 

Phyllis Lee Potter of 

Aston. Pa. died on April 27. 
2002, at the University of 
Pennsylvania Hospital. She 
is survived by a brother. 

1964 

Paul Smith, Jr. of Shelton, 
Conn., died on May 13, 
2002, at the age of 80. He is 
survived by his wife, Sara. 
William R. Lawry '64 
provided the information on 
Paul's passing. 

1967 

Henry G. Brinkley, Jr. of 

Manchester, Mo., died May 
14, 2002, at the age of 61. 
He is survived by his wife, 
Mary Ann, a son and a 
daughter. 



1968 

Cheryl Tatti McGlasson 

formerly of Cockeysville, Md., 
died on February 26, 2002, 
She is survived by a son, John 
M. McGlasson, III. 

1969 

James P. Vath of Sayre, Pa., 
died on January 24, 2002. He 
is survived by his wife, Ruth 
Gray Vath '70. 

1971 

Warren B. Mading of Clinton 
Township, N.J., died on June 
6, 2002, at his residence. He is 
survived by his wife, Kathy, a 
son, a stepson and a step- 
daughter. 

1976 

James L. King died on May 5, 
2002, after suffering a heart 
attack or stroke. He is 
survived by his wife, Artosque. 

1988 

Mark R. Stevens of Haddon 
Heights, N.J., died July 12, 
2002, at M.V.P Collectibles, a 
card and trading shop he had 
opened in Haddon Heights just 
weeks before. He had suffered 
from congenital heart prob- 
lems. His wife. Bernadette 
McClean '90. a son and two 
daughters survive him. 

1998 

Sandra B. Brown died on 
June 28. 2002, at her residence 
in Lock Haven, Pa., after an 
extended illness. A daughter, 
Emma, and her mother, 
Margaret, with whom she 
resided, survive her. 



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JENNIFER NOHAl 

& ALEXANDER 

SEAMAN 1999 



Unforgettable! 

Craig and Kim 

Heal 



SHALUn/IAR L 

SHOLLEY BESHORE 

CLASS OF 1951 



As an alumnus or a special fr| 
Lycoming College, you now h 
opportunity to buy an imprinted' 
brick on the Commencement Ste ps. 
Proceeds from the bricks will fufttTS 
special endowed scholarship foO|^ 
future Lycoming student. In a ve'fP- 
real sense, you will be paving the-^ 
way for future generations of 
Lycoming graduates. 

Be among the first to buy an indi-^ 
vidual imprinted brick at $225 eacu. 
All you need to do is send your , 
check with the order blank pjajgyJC 
on this page. If you would like mc 
information on this brick project, \ 
please call Sue McCormick, Direc- 
tor of Alumni and Parent Programs, 
at 570-321-4134. 



Message 
selected: 

The brick can be imprinted 
with three lines of up to 15 
characters each (including 
spaces and punctuation). 
Please print (with capital 
letters) the name or message 
you would like on your special 
brick in the boxes to the right. 
The manufacturer reserves the 
right to choose type size and 
arrange words to maintain 
balance and improve legibility. 



HELEN W.OCHEJ 

With Love and Thanks 

ToFrank&Luba 




HELEN iVI. FELIX 

Dean of Women 

1948-1970 



MURLE. CLARK 

Life Is short! 
Make It happen! 



CAPTAIN Richard 

R^dabaugh 
Class Treas.-KAP 



FOND MEMORIES AND 

GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS 

Jean & Marvin Staiman 



Helen I. Fultz 'S7 

Love, Children 

& Grandchildren 



Daniel G. Fultz 'S7 

Love, Children 

& Grandchildren 



Angela R. Kyte 

(Vaira) 1973 

Roger E. K]|^ 



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In Memory of 

Frank Noll, III '89 

KDR 




Burton, Betty 

& Melinda 
Class of 1972 



The Manevats 

Julia '12, Nancy '40 

& David '48 



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FRATERNrrV 
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Williamsport, PA 17701 | 



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October 29-30 & November 1-2 

Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show 

8:00 p.m. Directed by Jerry D. Allen. 

October 3 1 - Special Halloween performance. 

Midnight. Mary L. Welch Theatre. Box 

Office: 321-4048 



November 1 

Concerts at Noon: Thomas Morley & All That 
Jazz. Clarke Chapel. Free. 



November 7 

No Peace. 48 minute video. Produced and 

Directed by Lynn Estomin 7:30 p.m., 

Barclay Lecture Hall. Heim Bldg. 



November 9 

Admissions Open House. Contact: 
570-321-4026. 



November IS 

"Songs Without Words," 

The Concert Band, 8:00 p.m. 

Clarke Chapel. Free. 



November 15 

Men's Basketball Tip-Off Party. Silent Auction. 

Radisson Hotel, 

Williamsport, Pa., Time TBA. 



November 17 

Close-Up Concerts, The Williamsport Symphon\ 

Orchestra and Lycoming College present greai 

music for small ensembles. 2:00 p.m. Clarke 

Chapel. 

Box Office: 570-321-4048 



November 20 

"Rembrandt's Reading, or the artist's bookshtll 

of history and mythology," 

Dr. Amy Golahny, 4:00 p.m.. 

Fine Arts lecture hall. 



November 22 

Concerts at Noon: Student Recitals. 12 noon. 

Clarke Chapel. Free. 



December 6 

Concerts at Noon: Senior Recital, 12 noon, 
Clarke Chapel. Free. 



December 8 

Christmas Candlelight Service 



December 13 

Semester Ends 



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