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JAN 5 2007 

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1 President's Message 



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Development Message 




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Annual Fund 
1812 Society 
Overall Giving 
List of Donors 
At Lycoming 
Alumni Happenings 
Class Notes 



This issue was produced by the 
Office of College Relations (570) 321-4037 
Director of College Relations/Editor: Steve Inch 
Director of Alumni Relations: 

Melanie Harris Taonnina '94 

»f Development: Jennifer Desmond Wilson 
Editorial Assistant: Sandra Jansson 
Sports Editor: Cotton Mayer 

es: Terri Brewer. Sandra Jansson, 
Laura Holdredge "07, Lisa Steuer '08 
Designer: Murray Hanford 

'redits: Printing - Acorn Press 
To Contact the College: 
Office of Alumni Relations: 570.321.4143 
Office of Admissions: 1.800.345.3920 or 570.321.4026 
College Information: 570.321.4000 
Vebsite: www.lycoming.edu 





Brenda Bowser Soder '98 
President 
David Freet "68 
/ " I lee President 
Dr. Heather Duda '98 
2'"' I 'ice President 
David Walsh '76 
Past President 

Brian Belz '96 

Bonnie Bowes '62 

Andrew Bucke '71 

Christine Colella '04 

Lynn Cruickshank '84 

Lee Dawson '97 

Dr. David Detwiler III '75 

Dr. Shannon English '94 

Richard Felix '56 

Dr. William Gallagher III '70 

W. Clark Gaughan '77 

Andrew Gross '59 

Kari Hebble '86 

Dr. John Joe '59 

Rev. Dr. Ronald McElwee '71 

John Murray II '81 

Meredith Murray '92 

Wendy Myers '89 

Taunia Oechslin '92 

Mark Ohlinger "92 

Dr. Barbara Price "60 

Capt. Richard Raudabaugh "60 

Dr. Linda Ross '69 

Cheryl Spencer '70 

Gary Spies '72 

Joseph Wade "90 

Linda Wallace '77 

Ann Wood '73 

Dr. Dennis Youshaw '61 

Kelly Howerter '06 

SSLC Past President 

Michele Connors '06 

Senior Class Past President 

AJ Francavilla '08 

SSLC President 

Jessica Gough '07 

Senior Class President 



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. 0887-29021 is published four times a year 
by Lycoming College. 700 College Place, Williamsport, PA 17701-5192. The 
Magazine is distributed at no charge to alumni of record, contributors to the College, 
and friends. Periodicals Paid at 
Williamsport. 

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Steve Inch. Editor 

Lycoming College • 700 College Place 

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Once again, we formally signaled new beginnings for our 
students at Freshman Convocation and Commencement. 
In May, members of the Class of 2006 became Lycoming 
graduates, joining our more than 15,000 living alumni. Many of 
these newest alums will continue onto graduate school while 
others have secured positions in 
teaching, accounting, business, 
environmental science, psychology 
and many other fields. 

Our entering freshman class comes from 25 
states and mirrors the breadth of academic 
interests and extracurricular talents that has 
always been a hallmark of the College. Our 
Commencement speaker. Dr. William 
Turnbaugh '70. an esteemed 
anthropologist, and our 
Freshman Convocation 
speaker, Mr. Tom 
Woodruff "SO. an 
Oscar winner for 
movie special 
effects, both 
reflected upon the 
importance of a 
liberal arts 
preparation to their 
indi\ idual 
successes. 

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Core to the College's strength is the dedication and skill of Lycoming's faculty. While they 
maintain their traditional commitment to the teaching of undergraduates, they also remain very active 
in their scholarly fields. Last year, nearly half of our 89 full-time faculty published or presented their 
research and work. Teaching and research intersect at Lycoming in many ways, including those times 
when faculty members invite students to aid them in their research, giving young scholars hands-on 
learning opportunities typically afforded only to graduate students. Through internships Lycoming 
students are also able to blend their liberal arts perspectives with other real world experiences. 

The newly renovated Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall has become one of the most heavily used 
facilities on the campus. Our academic honor societies, including two newly founded chapters in 
Physics and Math, hold their induction ceremonies there. Its Shangraw Performance Hall hosts the 
Concerts at Noon series, poetry readings, guest lecturers and senior recitals, as well as numerous 
other musical events. Students involved in campus ministry and community service know the 
building well because it is the location of our Campus Ministry offices. Ground was recently broken 
on an apartment-style residence hall now under construction at the corner of Washington Boulevard 
and Mulberry Street. Designed to blend the characteristics of several of the neighborhood homes 
with that of the College's architecture, the project will be completed in time to house 80 upperclass 
students in the fall of 2007. 

Lycoming College improves each year as a result of the work and commitment of our students, 
faculty, staff, alumni and trustees. The College is also strengthened greatly through the generosity of 
individuals. As a donor to the College in 2005-06, you have played a vital role in making it possible 
for many Lycoming students to receive an excellent educational experience. 
On behalf of Lycoming College, I thank you for your generosity and 
support. With your help, Lycoming College will continue to offer brighter 
futures to our students for many years to come. 




VELOPMENT 



Message from Development: 



Thank you for your generous support of the College during the 2006 fiscal year. Your gifts to the College set a new record 
for giving and enabled our institution and students to grow during these challenging economic times. 

Without the support from the thousands of people listed in this publication, the College simply would not be able to 
operate at optimal level. Your gifts help the College in so many ways — from purchasing new books to subsidizing student 
tuition to funding new buildings. Any gift amount makes a difference and supports a brighter future for Lycoming College. 

On October 2 1 . we held the public launch of the Campaign for a Brighter Future with a formal dinner e\ cut on campus 
This S42M comprehensive campaign will address current needs of the College as well as long-term financial goals. While 
campaign details will be forthcoming in the months ahead, we will welcome your support of this important initiative. 

During the past year, the College Advancement Division welcomed a few new team members. If you are contacted by one 
of our colleagues, we hope you will take a moment of your time to talk with them. We enjoy hearing about your successes and 
telling you about life at Lycoming. 

We are pleased to welcome to the Development Department Nancy Kulchycki in the position of Director of Major and 
Planned Gifts and Charles "Chip" Edmonds '98 as Major Gift Officer. 

As always, thank you for your generosity to the College in general and our students in particular. Together, we can provide 
new and exciting opportunities for present and future generations of Lycoming College students. 



Sincerely, 




Lynn E. Jacks? 

Vice President for College Advancement 



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Jennifer D. Wilson 
Director of Development 



Nancy Kulchycki 
Director of Major 

and Planned 
Gills 



Lynn E. Jackson 

Vice President 
for College 
Advancement 



Chip Edmonds '98 

\lai<ir Gift Officer 



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ANNUAL FUND 



The 
Lycoming 

Annual 
Fund 



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The Lycoming Annual Fund 
provides critical support to 
Lycoming College. 
Tuition and the 
endowment alone 
cannot cover the 
costs associated 
with most effectively 
running the College. 
The unrestricted 
support of the 
Lycoming Annual 
Fund fills in the gaps and provides the 
students with the best educational 
experience. 

With your help in the 2005-2006 fiscal 
year, the College raised $838,1 18 in the 
Lycoming Annual Fund. It would have taken 
over $17 million in the endowment to generate 
the revenue raised in the Lycoming Annual Fund 
this past year. 

The support of alumni, parents, and friends made this 
year's Lycoming Annual Fund its most successful to date 

Thank you for your loyalty! 




'COMING 
ANNUAL FUND 




LYCOMING ANNUAL FUNDS 




Alumni 
Parents 
Past Parents 
Individuals 
™ Corporations 
Foundations 
Matching Gift Co. 
Organization 



TOTALS 



$545,837 

$12,441 

$25,431 

$71,945 

$57,143 

$40,469 

$45,094 

$39,757 



$838,118 



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Alumni Donors 


Alumni Participation 


2006 


2,891 






23% 


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2005 


2,830 






23% 




2004 


2,825 






23% 




2003 


2,760 






23% 


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2002 


2,456 






21% 




LYCOMING COLLEGE MAGAZINE • FALL '06 



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Alumni support is a crucial component of the Lycoming Annual Fund. 

In addition to financial support, alumni participation is a determining factor 

in college rankings and foundation grant awards. 

This year, 23% of alumni contributed to the Lycoming Annual Fund. Thank you for your support. 



LYCOMING ANNUAL FUND GIVING BY CLASS YEAR 








F i s 


c a I Year 


2 5 - 2 6 






Class 
Year 


Total 
Amount 


Annual 

Fund 

Donors 


Annual 

Fund 

Giving 


Annual 
Fund 
Participation 1 


_, Annual 
Class Total Fund 

Year Amount Donors 


Annual 

Fund 

Giving 


Annual 

Fund 

Participation 


1 92 c ) 


5 


1 


$ 1 00 


20% 


1968 289 75 


$37,938 


26",, 


1 930 


4 


1 


$375 


25% 


1969 291 81 


$55,960 


28% 


1931 


7 


2 


$225 


29% 


1970 250 70 


$34,288 


28% 


1932 


7 


1 


$100 


14% 


1971 241 66 


$26,811 


27% 


1933 


5 


2 


$225 


40% 


1972 241 58 


$12,836 


24% 


1934 


9 


3 


$95 


33% 


1973 299 84 


$16,711 


28% 


1935 


14 


4 


$1,645 


29% 


1974 321 87 


$20,280 


27% 


1936 


12 


4 


$2,785 


33% 


1975 268 82 


$31,597 


31% 


1937 


18 


6 


$495 


33% 


1976 252 63 


$22,250 


25% 


1938 


19 


12 


$4,520 


63% 


1977 243 65 


$11,998 


27% 


1939 


21 


7 


$1,930 


33% 


1978 243 68 


$16,625 


28% 


1940 


28 


11 


$1,430 


39% 


1979 217 57 


$7,342 


26% 


1941 


37 


10 


$1,743 


27% 


1980 221 57 


$14,429 


26°/o 


1942 


50 


24 


$2,420 


48% 


1981 175 51 


$13,230 


29% 


1943 


26 


4 


$450 


15% 


1982 198 39 


$5,995 


20% 


1944 


21 


6 


$755 


29% 


1983 195 33 


$5,145 


17% 


1 945 


19 


7 


$5,903 


37% 


1984 193 34 


$4,153 


18% 


1946 


27 


8 


$10,137 


30% 


1985 202 36 


S4.825 


18% 


1947 


71 


19 


$10,532 


27% 


1986 214 39 


S3.195 


18% 


1948 


66 


18 


$6,995 


27% 


1987 186 25 


$4,195 


13% 


1949 


40 


18 


$2,985 


45% 


1988 270 46 


$7,435 


[7% 


1950 


92 


37 


$26,083 


40% 


1989 180 17 


SI. 380 


9% 


1951 


94 


34 


$6,595 


36% 


1990 183 30 


$3,475 


16% 


1952 


99 


32 


$4,565 


32% 


1991 189 15 


$485 


8% 


1953 


82 


21 


$3,548 


26% 


1992 224 43 


S5.527 


19% 


1954 


73 


26 


$4,880 


36% 


1993 232 37 


$3,315 


16% 


1955 


67 


24 


$14,295 


36% 


1994 230 46 


$7,500 


20% 


1956 


85 


30 


$13,965 


35% 


1995 253 39 


$4,997 


15% 


1957 


123 


46 


$59,610 


37% 


1996 257 35 


S4.355 


14% 


1958 


136 


48 


$40,996 


35% 


1997 253 23 


$1,744 




1959 


164 


57 


$21,156 


35% 


1998 276 33 


$2,371 


12"„ 


1960 


115 


50 


$17,205 


43% 


1999 301 38 


S2.793 


1 )% 


1961 


147 


52 


$20,010 


35% 


2(H)(i 252 23 


$4,035 


9% 


1962 


145 


51 


$16,615 


35% 


2001 277 27 


$3,869 




1963 


188 


82 


$53,120 


44% 


2002 263 25 


$850 


10% 


1964 


249 


81 


$13,435 


33% 


2003 293 22 


$965 


8% 


1965 


243 


70 


$17,035 


29% 


2004 225 17 


$545 


8% 


1966 


202 


83 


$42,522 


41% 


2005 297 14 


$555 


5% 


1967 


241 


88 


$26,193 


37% 


2006 310 115 


$350 





SOCIETY 



The Lycoming Annual Fund's 

1812 Society recognizes the 

dedication of a special group of 

current leaders at Lycoming 

College who made contributions 

ofSLOOOormoretothe 

Lycoming Annual Fund during 

the 2005-2006 fiscal year. 

Alumni, parents, and friends who join the 1812 Society 

demonstrate their commitment to preserving a strong future for 

Lycoming students and to supporting the College's continued 

growth as a national liberal arts college. 

The 1812 Society giving levels represent five residence halls 
which hold great meaning on Lycoming College's campus and 
symbolize the strong community bonds formed throughout the 
four-year college experience. 





1812 Society Gifts 

within the Lycoming Annual Fund 




1812 Society: Gifts 
Other Gifts 



1812 Society gifts account for 66% of the total 

gifts received within the Lycoming Annual Fund 

for the 2005-2006 fiscal year. 







1812 SOCIETY GIVING CLUB LEVELS 






Rich Hall Council 


$20,000 and above 




Williams Hall Council 


$10,000-519,999 


East Hall Council 


$5,000 - $9,999 


Crever Hall Council 


$2,500 - $4,999 


Skeath Hall Council 


$1,000 -$2,499 



RICH HALL COUNCIL 

This category recognizes 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
leadership gifts of $20,000 
and above. 

Helen (Holler) '57 and 

Daniel '57. '01H Fultz 
Tina and Michael '63 Hayes 
Charlene and 

Robert '58, '04H Shangraw 
United Methodist Church Central 
PA Conference 

WILLIAMS HALL 
COUNCIL 

This category recognizes 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
leadership gifts in the range 
of $10,000-519,999. 

Judith (Fry) Calistri '56 
Susan (Bartz) Flanagan '75 
Beatrice (Baird) '69 and 

David '69 Gathman 
Margaret and John Horrigan. Jr. 
James Hubbard '66 
L.B. Smith Educational Foundation 
Sodexho 
Elizabeth and 

Alvin "71 Younger. Jr. 

EAST HALL COUNCIL 

This category recognizes 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
leadership gifts in the range 
of $5,000-$9,999. 

Bess and Eph Baker 
Carmela (DiLuzio) '69 and 

Steve '66 Bobick 
MaryJo (Ault) '46 and 

David '47 Brouse 



Chester County Community 

Foundation. Inc. 
Marilyn (Phillippy) '70 and 

Donald '68 Failor 
Daniel Fought 
Global Gift Fund 
Carl Grivner '75 
Grace (Pfleegor) '67 and 

Daniel Havvbaker 
Marjorie (Ferrell) Jones '50 
James Kelley '74 
Joanne Korengo '65 
Nannette and Dale '67 Krapf 
Diane and Dallas '69 Krapf 
Jane (Keyte) '55 and 

Eugene "57 Landon 
Joyce and David '61 Lee 
Carolyn-Kay (Miller) '63 and 

Frank Lundy 
Sylvia and Richard '62 Mase 
James Scott '70 
Doris (Edwards) '45 and 

Harold '50, '00H Shreckengast, Jr. 
Shirley and Charles '59 Springman 
Deborah (Norman) '76 and 

J. Richard '76 Stamm 
Linda (Porr) Sweeney '78 
Ronalee (Bennett) '69 and 

John '68 Trogner. Jr. 
United Way of Capital Region 
Utilitech. Inc. 

CREVER HALL 
COUNCIL 

This category recognizes 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
leadership gifts in the range 
of$2,500-$4,999. 

Anonymous 

Gail (Gleason) '75 and 

Thomas '74 Beamer 
Shirley (Wunderly) '66 and 

John '66 Biggar 
Robert Bucknam. Jr. '8 1 



Elizabeth (Johnson I Checehia '73 
Citizens & Northern Bank 
Regina and Leonard Collins 
Julie (Hottle) '88 and Edward Day 
Michael Deemer '66 
Gwendolyn (Gehman) '71 and 

Raymond '68 Enstine. Jr. 
Joanne and E. Noel '58 Faddis 
Fred Hamm Disposal, Inc. 
Jane and David '68 Freet 
Susan (Beauvais) '69 Hammell and 

Hans Weber 
Ha/el and James '71 Hebe 
Lynn and Larry Jackson 
Virginia and Kenneth '61 Koetzner 
Melinda (Rupert) '94 and 

Charles '75 Lamade 
Don Larrabee. II 
M&T Bank 

M&T Charitable Foundation 
Teresa and Riehard '66 Maestrelli 
Cree (Martin) '50 and 

John '48 Marshall 
D. Stephen Martz '64 
Norman Medow '60 
Mary and Louis '61 Miorelli 
Peppermound Properties. Inc. 
W. T. Skok. Jr. '70 
Jolene(Hall) '80 and 

Stanley "SO Sloter 
Sovereign Bank 
Susquehanna Transit 
Barbara and John '63 Tarditi. Jr. 
The Hottle Family Foundation 
The John and Cree Marshall 

Foundation 
The Philadelphia Foundation 
Phyllis and Robert '88H Yasui 

SKEATH HALL 
COUNCIL 

This category recognizes 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
leadership gifts in the range 
of $1,000-52.499. 

N. Mark Achenbach '58 

Anonymous 

Natalie (Franke) Armantrout '60 

Association of Independent 

Colleges of PA 
Suzanne and David Bahl 
Trac} (Dougherty) Barllelt '82 
Angela (McElwain) Bednarczyk '68 
Marie (White) Bell '58 
Brian Belz '96 



Ann (Harper) '60 and 

Robert '59 Bender 
Delores (Camill) '54 and 

Bruce '51 Benson 
Jeanne and Timothy '65 Bingaman 
Richard Bollman, Jr. '63 
Waller Bower. Jr. '68 
Mary (Hoffman) '60 and 

Dale '59, '98H Bower 
I \ nn (Salmons) '70 and 

Gary '70 Bower 
Carol (Grivner) '78 and 

Peter '78 Brown 
Burger King Corporation 
Jean (Gardner) Camp '59 
Rosemary (Cheatle) Carey '59 
Robert Carlyon '59 
Sandra (Freitag) '69 and 

Glenn Castner 
Sandra and Jay Cleveland, Sr. 
Robert Cohen 
Robert Colley '55 
Ingrid and Roger '62 Conant 
Ruthellen (Morgan) '63 and 

F. Bruce '63 Corbett 
Ruthanne and Timothy Crotty 
Ruth (Wilkinson) '72 and 

Thomas '70 Croyle 
Molly and Robert Daly 
Carol Davis '67 
Denny (Brown) '65 and 

Chester '65 Derr. Jr. 
Jennifer (Sikora) Dianastasis '87 
Emily and James Douthal 
Caroline (Whitehead) Drick '35 
East End Lumber Company 
Shannon (Keane) English '94 
William Evans '72 
Carole (Curry) Fedock '67 
David Fisher 
R. Janice Fletcher '71 
Judith and D. Mark '80 Fultz 
Jeffrey Garrett '81 
W. Clark Gaughan '77 
Sue and Michael Gaylor 
Paulette and Harry Gerard 
Charles Getchell 
William Gibson. Ill '59 
Nancy (Hall) '59 and 

Casimir '59 Gieniec 
Lynne and Frank Girardi, Sr. 
Harold Greenly '48 
Judith and Robert Griesemer 
Jacqueline (Brouse) Griggs '50 
Stephen Griggs '79 
James Harding '38, '86H 
Mary-Jane (Swanson) '68 and 

Richard '68 Hedden 



Patricia (Ward I '74 and 

John '74 Heil 

Barbara llenn '83 
Christine (Kruk) '72 and 
Da\ id '7| Herdman 

Joyce and Harold '51 

Hershberger, Jr. 
Janet (Nichols) '62 and 

Carl '62 I Oil 
Nancy Hoerner '82 
William Hoffman '62 
James Hoffman '63 
Kenneth Holdren '79 
R. Gary Houck '67 
Jacqueline B. Griggs Trust 
Constance and 

James '61 Jcflcrs 
Paul John '85 
John Savoy & Son. Inc. 
Kathryn (Baldwin) '67 and 

Edward '53 Johnson 
Nancv Kachline '81 
Craig Kern '72 
Martha (Hickerson) Kirk '62 
Jean Kissane '68 
Charlotte (Adelman) Kotzen '39 
Sarah (Wolferz) '01 and 

Morgan '00 Kyte 
Kathleen and Daniel '73 Langdon 
John Lea. Ill '80 
Lecce Electric 

Catherine (Brown) Lent/ '68 
Margaret L'Heureux 
Susan (Schmoke) Lineberger '93 
Bjorg (Storbye) '65 and 

Robert '63 Little 
Henry Lucas '50 
Richard Lundy. Jr. 
Joyce and Peter '69 Lynn 
James McCormick '59 
Mark McLachlan '75 
Richard Merlo '80 
Camille (Burchfield) Metzger '42 
Charles Mitchell '53 
Roderic Moore '59 
Nanci (Da\ is) Morris '78 
Michelle Myers '95 and 

Benjamin Diederich 
Judith Nordberg '67 
Malcolm Northam '69 
Mark Ohlinger '92 
Parenle Randolph LLC 
Pennsylvania Education I enders 

Association 
Ann Pepperman and 

E. Eugene '70 Yaw 
Eleanor and llenn Perciballi 
Barbara (Neff) '60 and 

William Price 



R. L. Yuengling, Jr. 

Charitable I oundation 
David Roberts '77 
I lenrj Rohrer 

I fmrsa I Bakes I '3d and 

Marshall '36 Sanders 
John Schrader, III '7 
Schrader Architectural Products 
Nancy and John Schreyei 
Schuylkill Area Community 

I oundation 
Annette (Weaver) '72 and 

J. Michael '71 Schweder 
John Shaffer '71 
( arol and Hugh '60 Side 
Marj i Keliher) '63 and 

Clinton '55 Smith 
Otto Sonder. Jr. '46 
Christopher Spadoni '73 
Gail and James Spencer 
Chervl (Eck) Spencer '70 
Jean ( Alpertl '47 and 

Marvin '00H Staiman 
Suscom 

Susquehanna Supply Company 
H. Lawrence Swartz '57 
Diane and David '38. '89H Sykes 
Katharine and Robert Tannahill 
Doris (Heller) '54 and 

Thomas Teufel 
The David B and Shirley L. Svkes 

Foundation 
The National Philanthropic Trust 
Marlene (Mover) '81 and 

Michael 'NO Trevisan 
Bharta and Hani Tuffaha 
William Turnbaugh '70. '06H 
Patricia (Stout) '70 and 

John '70 Turner. Jr. 
Joan (Palmquist) '69 and 

Ralph '69 Turner 
Vnne VanDusen 
(.arol and Burke '6(1 Velej 
Gerald Wagner '56 
Pamela and David '76 Walsh 
Richard Walters '70 
Mars and Marshall Welch. Jr. 
D. Frederick Wen/ '6911 
Bruce W hitaker '72 
Anna (Kuhns) '52 and 

William '55 Williams 
Lee Wolfe '63 
Ike (Korneke) Yeskej '69 
Ronald York 'ON 
Penny (English) '68 and 

Russell Younkers 
Judith and Dennis '61 Youshau 
Richard Yuengling '66 



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TOTAL OVERALL GIVING 2005-06 



Amount 












OVERALL GIVING 










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Alumni 


$1,767,072 


Parent 


$18,518 


Past Parent 


$92,906 


Individuals 


$1,145,334 


Corporations 


$183,100 


Foundations 


$202,524 


Matching Gift 


$59,130 


Organizations 


$51,070 


TOTALS 


$3,519,654 



VE YEAR COMPARISON 



Alumni who contrib- 
ute to Lycoming play 
an important role in 
the College's success. 
We want to commend 
and recognize our 
loyal alumni for their 
continued support. 
Through this support, 
the College had 
an incredibly success- 
ful year in our 
annual, capital, and 
endowment funds. 
We applaud your 
charitable spirit and 
thank you for your 
generosity. 










OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000 -SI 9,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$ 1 00 - $249 

$1 to $99 




Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



CENTURY CI I B 

I. aura Sechrisl 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Paul Winner 

1934 

fatal Gifts: $<>5 

Class Participation: 33% 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Tasso Camarinos 

Paul kitner 

Frances (McCraney) Straw 

1935 

Total Gifts: $1,645 
Class Participation: 31% 

PRESIDENTS CIR( II 
Caroline (Whitehead) Drick 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Alice (Hoffman) McBride 
Jeanne (Young) Mckinne> 
Grace (Duvall) Sewall 

1936 

Ibtal Gifts: s2.^S5 

(lass Participation: 33% 

PRESIDENT'S CIR< IE 

Marshall Sanders 
Thursa (Bakey) Sanders 

( INK U\ (II U 
Harris Heverlj 

CON I RIBI TORS 

Mary Louise (MacLaren) Thomas 



CLASS YEARS 

1929 
ftttal Gifts: $100 

(lass Participation: 20",. 

(EMIR'S CLUB 

Mildred (Isenherg) Russell 

1930 

Total Gifts: $375 

( lass Participation: 25% 

\SS()( I VTES' CLUB 
Carl Taylor 

1931 

rotai Gifts: ".225 

(lass Participation: 2 l >"„ 

CENTURY (II 15 

Helen (Granger) Pederson 

CONTRIB1 TORS 

I ovdie (Welsh) Kellej 

1932 

Total Gifts: $100 

( lass Participation: 13% 

CENTURA CLUB 

Dorothy (Long) Spotts 

1933 

Total Gifts: N225 

(lass Participation: 4(1" „ 



1937 

Total Gifts: ".545 

( lass Participation: 33% 

CI Ml m (II B 
Wesley Dodge 

Margaret (Campman) Etner 
Dorothy (Stecker) llalfinann 
Eola (Kurtz) Huber 

CON! RIB! TORS 

Louisa Atherton 
Florence (Walters) Metier 

1938 

Total Gifts: $4,520 
(lass Participation: 63% 

PRESIDENT'S ( IR< I 1 

.lames Harding 
David Sykes 

DEANS LIST 
Charles Wirth, Sr. 
Marion (Rice) Wirth 

CENTURV CUB 

William Gehron. Jr. 
Robert Hayes 
Edward McLaughlin 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Mary (Gulliver) Aho 

Phyllis (Quinlan) Christiansen 

deceased 

Ruth (Witherite) Fraleigh 

Frederick Jennings 

John Shirey 

1939 

total (.ills: $1,930 
(lass Participation: 33% 

PRESIDENT'S ( IRCLE 

Charlotte (Adelman) Kot/eu 

CENTURA CLUB 

George Long 

Dorothy (Schulman) Samuel 
Marion (Calm) Shamos 
James Shannon 

( ON I RIBI r ORS 

Dorothy (I u\ Ion) Bcrndt 
Sue (Rathmell) Fuller 

1940 

Total Gifts: $1,430 

( lass Participation: 39% 

Dl \vs I ISI 
John Bruch, Jr. 

( I Ml in CLUB 
Dorothy (Kirk) Bertsch 
Elizabeth ( Tepcl) ( hrisman 
William (rooks. Ill 
Catharine (Lewis) Eftimiadi 
Annctta (Maneval) Sicbert 



( ON I RIBI IORS 

Marian (Myers) Glennie 
Margaret tKuhnt Markham 

Eola (Spangle) Meals 
Mars (Kuhns) Owens 
Thomas Tcrcshinski 

1941 

Total (.ills: S1.742 
(lass Participation: : 

DEANS I is! 

Sarah (Graham) Bean 

Helen (Johnson) Ewing 

( I Nil in ( II B 
Forrest (Birkenstock) 

Breitenbach 
Thomas Simmons 

(ON I RIBI IORS 

Horace Bennett. Jr. 

Marguerite (Chambrej i t rammond 

Jane (Brugler) Greenwood 

Martha (Lowdermilk) knudson 

Alice (Walton) Shipman 

Jean (Mumford) Spencer 

1942 

rotal Gifts: $2,510 
Class Participation: 50% 

PRESIDENT'S ( IR( II 
Camille (Burchfield) Metzger 

DEANS I ISI 
Sarah (Bubb) Bruch 

ASSOC I VTES' ( 11 B 

Charlotte (Sanders I Arnold 

CON I RIBI IORS 

E. Jean (Grammer) Berthold 

Joseph Breitenbach 

Ruth Carson 

Sara (Clevenger) Charles 

JoAnn Cowan 

Harvej Dunkle 

Jerrold Gearharl 

George Hewitt 

Violet (RothernuT) Kelly 

Cloyed Konkle 

Joanne Kierberl I amade dei east d 

Margaret (Rowlandl McC ormiek 

Garrett Mitchell, Jr. 

shirlcs (Venema) Muellei 

Frank Odell 

Faye (Bower) Revie 

Marjorie Rosser deceased 
Patricia (Dimni) Swain 
B. Joseph I roisi 
( arolyn <c attron) Witman 

I d« in V\ illll.ui 

Georgene (Hassenplug) Wurstei 
1943 

Total (.ills: S45D 

( lass Participation: 15% 

\sst)( 1 M I s' < l l li 
Margaret (Browne) Wise 



CENTURY CLUB 

Rachel (Andrews) Kohl 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Curtis Helwick 

Doris (Mell) Karpinski 

1944 

Total Gifts: $755 

Class Participation: 29% 

ASSOC! AltS' CLUB 
Elwood Zimmerman 

CENTURY CLUB 
Doris (Miller) Belock 
Evan Rosser, Jr. 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Ruth (Armstrong) Btirkholder 
Martha (Agett) Messner 
Virginia (Keyte) Wentzler 

1945 

Total Gifts: $5,903 
Class Participation: 37% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Doris (Edwards) Shreckengast 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Barbara (King) Dowling 
Elizabeth (Miller) Leach 
Betty (Dunkle) Mincemoyer 
Gladys (Chapel) Myers 
Betty (Collins) Strickland 
Shirley (Adsit) Waters 

1946 

Total Gilts: $7,233 
Class Participation: 30% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
MaryJo (Ault) Brouse 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Otto Sonder, Jr. 

DEAN'S LIST 
Raymond Frith 

CENTURY CLUB 

Phyllis (Gladewitz) Harbach 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Mary (King) Aulenbach 
Ruth (Myers) Gallaher 

Portia (Grover) Hall 
Martha (Brown) Rommelt 

1947 

Total Gifts: $9,787 

Class Participation: 30% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
David Brouse 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Jean (Alpert) Staiman 



ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Ruth (Lorrah) Henry 

CENTURY CLUB 

Richard Eberhart 

Max Harbach 

Jean Heller 

D. Edward Rightmire 

Betty (Fischer) Stroup 

Mary (Groover) Yearick 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Donald Bemardi deceased 
Lois (Gettis) Berninger 
Emily Biichle 
Jean (Moore) Crist 
Jean (Long) Dunkleberger 
Paul Fullmer 
Margie (Shafer) Hartman 
Naomi (Smith) Helms 
Jean (Young) Kaufman 
Patricia (Ferguson) Lockspeiser 
Ruth (Bradley) McCullough 
Gertrude (Whaley) Todd 

1948 

Total Gifts: $6,495 
Class Participation: 27% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
John Marshall 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Harold Greenly 

CENTURY CLUB 

Marsden Lytic 
Natalie (Winsor) Piatt 
Sally (Hill) Schutte 
Dorothy (Donitzacico) Smith 
Pauline (Fisher) Steele 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Donald Armstrong 

Lois (Oberdorfer) Cox 

Omar DeWald, Jr. 

Elaine (Abercrombie) Fuhner 

William Hill 

Paul Kaseman 

David Maneval 

Arnold Peterson 

Donald Turner 

Helen (Marley) Wolfe 

Charles Zilch 

1949 

Total Gifts: $3,210 
Class Participation: 45% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Anna (Livingston) Frick 

William Hastings 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Thomas Anderman 

Theodore Hinaman, Sr. 
R. Beryl (Potter) Kohler 
Charlotte Plasan 
R. Bruce Smav 



CENTURY CLUB 

Jean (Schaar) Lytle 
John Retkwa 
Ona Weimer 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Barbara (Christensen) Andrews 
Sally (Delaney) Grieco 
Twila (Lyon) Grimm 
Shirley (Goettel) Hill 
Barbara (Stenger) Mingle 
Leon Rousseau. Jr. 
Vincent Sherman 
Emily (Crist) Weaver 

1950 

Total Gifts: $29,133 
Class Participation: 43% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Marjorie (Ferrell) Jones 

Harold Shreckengast, Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Cree (Martin) Marshall 
Jean White 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Jacqueline (Brouse) Griggs 
Henry Lucas 

DEAN'S LIST 
Earl Guyer 

Robert Treese 

CENTURY CLUB 
Harold Amnions 
Henry Belock 

Donald Berger 
Frances (Shade) Bower 
Pauline (Pribble) Brungard 
Wellard Guffy 
Boyd Hamilton, Sr. 
Harold Hurwitz 
Charles Kocian 
Milton Rinzler 
Stanley Rosenberg 
Lawrence Spangler, Jr. 
Marjorie (Bender) Stevens 
John Toohey 
Richard Ulman 
Stanley Wharton 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Harold Barto 

Virginia (Herlt) Barto 

Richard Bondi 

James Brobst 

Charles Chamberlin 

Lucy (Tremayne) Durney 

Morris Good 

Richard Hinkelman 

James Keller 

Max Mintz 

Suzanne (Whitehead) Mullane 

Maynard Rinker 

Doris Rutherford 

Daniel Shaffer 

William Spooner 

Burtt Sweet 



1951 

Total Gifts: $17,245 
Class Participation: 37% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Harold Hershberger, Jr. 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Bruce Benson 

DEAN'S LIST 

Shallimar (Sholley) Beshore 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Nancy (Haney) Lady 
Fred McCloskey 
Joan (Krimm) McShane 
Richard Mix 

CENTURY CLUB 
James Brodmerkel 

Hugh Councill 
Charles Freer 
Joan (O'Brian) Geany 
Richard Kline 
Rhoda (Pontz) Messer 
Alice (Fisher) Rowe 
George Smith 
Eugene Stroble 
Nancy (Noah) Succop 
Janet (Carroll) Winters 
Kenneth Wolfe 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Jane (Murphy) Anders 
Warren Baughman, Jr. 
Vincent Crouse 
Gary Deri- 
Victor Diseroad 
Thomas Eisenman 
Barbara (Flower) Hartline 
Ellis Houseknecht, Jr. 
William Huffman, III 
Walter Johnson 
Donald Llewellyn 
Margaret (Mitchell) Mayer 
Marilyn (Simmons) Nash 
Eleanor (Smith) Pellman 
Clyde Shellman 
John Stewart 

1952 

Total Gifts: $3,775 
Class Participation: 32% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Anna (Kuhns) Williams 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Ralph Marion, Jr. 

John O'Neill 

CENTURY CLUB 

Kenneth Berdine 

Gene Brong 

Josephine (Babcock) Brong 

Thomas Dempsey 

John Fowler 

Richard Hampton 

Donald Holtzman 

Paul LeYan 



Herman McFadden 
Nancy (Hill) McFadden 
Ruth (W iechardt) Neal 
Marjorie (Mitchell) Rodriguez 
Maria (Quant) Sanderson 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Helen (Troisi) Arney 

Anna (Shultz) Edkin 

Carlton Fessler, Jr. 

Robert Fitzgerald, Jr. 

Fred Hickok 

Fred Norman 

Vern Pidcoe 

Edward Ram in 

Lawrence Reidy 

Doris (Wise) Shellman 

Eleanor (Miller) Snyder 

John Snyder 

A. Ann (Achard) Thompson 

Patricia (Bush) Viles 

William Walter 

Catherine (Wardner) Wendling 

1953 

Total Gifts: S1IU08 
Class Participation: 2S"„ 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Edward Johnson 

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE 
Charles Mitchell 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Joseph Gaus 
Walter Rupp 

CENTURY CLUB 

Donald Adams 

James Cavanaugh 

William Cornelius 

Nancy (Fry) Doutt 

Jay House 

Robert McKernan, Sr. 

Herbert Robb 

David Rodriguez 

Allen Yearick 

P. Richard Zutterling 

CONTRIBUTORS 
John Cruickshank 
Lee Hayes 
S. Kane, HI 
George Kramer, Jr. 
Ronald Moore 
Harold Sausser 
Carey Vase) 
Thomas Winner, Jr. 
Edward Younken 

1954 
Ibtal Gifts: S5.I30 
( lass Participation: 38% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Delores (Carnill) Benson 
Doris (Heller) Teufel 

DEANS LIST 
Donna (Ertel) Spitler 



VSSOC I \ll s (LIB 
Bernadine (Wilmarth) Herlt 
II. Franklin Little 

CENTURY (II B 
Brian Fetterman 
Milo Frey 
Lewis Landon 
Vincent I. eta, Jr. 
Thomas Logue 
Virginia (Giles) Medley 
June (Platz) Owen 
Richard Smith 
Jay Stenger 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Robert Berninger 
Jean (Hoover) Blaser 

Nicholas Casale 

Anthony DiSalvo 

Charles Fullmer 

Minas Hiras 

Sarah (Sykes) Hodge 

Joan (Thompson) Knaus 

Coleen (Jenkins) Lenig 

Jonatha Rand 

Richard Reeder 

John Seitzer 

Ruth (Pannebaker) Snyder 

Dorothy (Carr) Teter 

1955 

Total Gifts: SI4.I45 

( lass Participation: 36% 

TRUSTEES - CIRCLE 

Jane (Keyte) Landon 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Robert Colley 
Clinton Smith 
William Williams 

DEAN'S LIST 

William Hart 
Thomas Spitler 

ASSOCIATES' (II B 
Stephen VYolf 

CENTER'S CLUB 

Barbara (Hoffman) Blaker 
Robert Block 
George Fortner 
Richard Haas 

Floyd Lindsay 
Robert /anker 
Walter Zeltner 

( ONTRIBUTORS 
Glenn Allison 
James Clouser 
Robert Courtney 
Lew is Crouse 
Judith (Lewis) Gatti 
Bernadette (Hickej I Grafl 
Max Hafner 
John Hunter 

Marjorie i steel) Ratcliff 
Donald Wexler 



1956 

Total Gifts: S4IUl?5 
(lass Participation: J" 

FOl NDER'S ( IR< I I 

Judith (Fry) ( alistri 

PRESIDENT'S ( IK( I I 
Gerald Wagner 

DEAN'S LIS I 

Geraldine (Seewald) Chianelli 

ASSOCIATES' ( II B 
Oliver Glidewell 
Bernard Herlt, Jr. 

Paul Shapiro 
Albert Zaremba 

( ENTURY (LIB 

George Anderson 

Richard Felix 

Robert Gilbert 

Ethel (Bowman) Glidewell 

deceased 
Virginia (Felix) Long 
Rebecca (Miller) Nordberg 
Joann (Pray) Ott 
Joseph Velott 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Margaret (Cupp) Apel 

Margaret (Barnwell) Brungard 

Diane (Souter) DeFeho 

Eleanor Freund 

Rayallen Hoover 

Ruth (Glazier) Hunter 

James Kellet 

Roberta (Olson) Kerstetter 

Eleanor (Altman) Klees 

Clarence Knaus 

E. LaRue Lunt 

Arthur Miller 

Jean (Rice) Miller 

Paul Rupert deceased 

Karle Snyder 

Jay Tebo 

1957 

Total (.ifts: S61.5-H) 
(lass Participation :40% 

W. (.IBBS MCKENN1 1 ( IRC IK 

Daniel Fultz 

Helen (Holler) Fultz 

I Rl SI IIS' ( IK( I I 
Eugene Landon 

PRESIDENT'S CIR( I I 

II. Lawrence Swart/ 

DEAN'S I IS1 
Harold Brooks 

Carol (Scott) Konott 

\SS(K I N I IS' ( II B 
Herman Horn 
Nancy (Dorrance) Horn 
Kenrick Khan 



Jonathon Phillips 

Joseph Rider 

II. Donald Sestina 

Virginia (Shepard) Shapiro 

C. Alan Stephan 

James I allman 

Patricia (McNaughton) lallman 

Ronald I ietbohl 

( IN I t K\ ( II l( 

Mai ianna (Ciraulo) ( iraulo 

Mar] (Black) ( ochran 

Sandra ( Bishop) Dyer 
Francis Felix 
George l.angnas 
Thomas Lyon 
Barbara (Gresh) McArthur 
Dorothy (Reinhold) Meyers 
Wallace Pelton 
W illiam Raker 
Charles Seidel 
Yvonne (Shire] i Smith 
Martha (Getman) Zanker 
J. Stephen Ziegler 

CONTRIBUTORS 

William Baker 
Janet (Hunter) Bender 
Madeline (Thomke) Bird 
Nancy (Norris) Branyan 
JoAnn (Spencer) Fishel 
Arthur Girio 
Carlos Jayne. Jr. 
Arthur Kelts 
Mary (Mitchell) Kilburn 
Robert l.esher 
Barbara (Long) Long 
James Nolan 
Jay Saxe 
Stephan Secol 
Edward Smith 
Cynthia (Lim) Tchou 
Janice (Bnsbin) White 
Laura (Frey) Yoder 

1958 

lotal Gifts: $545,294 
( lass Participation: 38% 

W. GIBBS MlklNMa ( IKl I I 
Robert Shangraw 

IRISH is' ( IR( II 
Betty (Shangraw) Allen 

( II VIRM Ws ( IR( I I 
I Noel Kaddis 

PRESIDENT'S CIRC I I 
N. Mark Aehenbach 
Marie (White) Bell 

1)1 \Vs I Isl 
Thomas Aubrey. Jr. 
Robert Rundle 
Robert Shell 

( I N I I RX ( I I II 
Donald Bohensk] 
John Bonfatto 



OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000 -$19,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$100 -$249 

$1 to $99 



Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



Donald Brobst 

D. Rex Bryce, Jr. 
Thomas Calhoun 

Barbara (Reed) DiCenso 

David Dyer 

John Ernst 

Raymond Fravel 

Matthew Gibbs 

Barbara (Kupp) Godfrey 

Ronald Harpster 

Ruth (Perry) Hodge 

Ronald Hughes 

William Humes 

Marilyn (Gillette) Knauer 

George Laciskey 

Franklin Luhr 

Yvonne (Outterbridge) Mann 

Kenneth Polcyn 

William Sherwood 

Jack Stroup 

Henry Van Zanten 

Willis Willard. Ill 

J. Bryson Yavvger 

Betsy Youtz 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Alfred Cornish 

Lewis Dingier 

Donald Flick 

Earl Good 

Robert Haas 

John Hemrick, HI 

Frederick Horn 

William Koch 

Gail (Yeager) LeCrone 

Clifford Lucas 

Jean (Waltz) Mbnle 

Frances (Webb) Moffett 

E. Bard Rupp 

A. Jean Thompson 
George Thompson 
Ted Whitenight 
Otis Williams, Jr. 
Joy Williamson 



1959 

Total Gifts: $309,876 
Class Participation: 37% 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
Arthur Haberberger 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Casimir Gieniec 
Nancy (Hall) Gieniec 
Charles Springman 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Shirley Curtis 

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE 
Robert Bender 
Dale Bower 
Jean (Gardner) Camp 
Rosemary (Cheatle) Carey 
Robert Carlyon 
William Gibson, HI 
James McCormick 
Roderic Moore 

DEANS LIST 
Andrew Gross, Sr. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Paul Herring 

Richard Karschner 

Margaret (McComas) Morris 

Robert Politician 

Lionel Seitzer 

Barry Yerger 

CENTURY CLUB 
Ann (Merritt) Corson 
William Corson 
Gail (Meconi) Cote 
Claramae (Cohick) Glunk 
Robert Glunk, Sr. 
Sanford Heumann 
John Joe 
Ardene (Daley) Judd 



Robert Judd 
Russell Kiessling 
Robert Leutze 
Maralyn (Hinkle) Lloyd 
Richard Lloyd 
Beverly (Strauser) Manbeck 
Raymond Miller 
Joseph Mnick 
Richard Ratner 
David Steiner 
Frank Sullivan, Jr. 
James Troisi 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Dale Anderson 

Eugene Boinske 

Frank Casale 

Sylvia (Fischer) Casale 

Edward Cioffi 

Agnes (Cruickshank) Combs 

Lois Congdon 

Margaret Cyphers 

Earl Denny 

Marlin Hartman 

Don Hessler 

Paul Motta 

Jerold Pfadenhauer 

William Shooter 

Herbert Springman 

Richard Starr 

Dorothy (Rice) Taylor 

Paul Warner 

Wilbur White 

George Wolfe 

Robert Wright 

1960 
Total Gifts: $136,469 
Class Participation: 47% 

W GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
Hugh Sides 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Ann Sue (Bingaman) McCormick 
Jay McCormick 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Norman Medow 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

John Maiolo 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Natalie (Franke) Armantrout 
Ann (Harper) Bender 
Mary (Hoffman) Bower 
Barbara (Neff) Price 
Burke Veley 

DEAN'S LIST 

Robert Chianelli. Sr. 
Barbara (Thomas) Roller 
John Ulrich, Jr. 

George Wilson 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

June (Amoss) Karschner 

Robert Remaley 

Janice (Brucklacher) Stebbins 



CENTURY CLUB 
George Alt 
John Cox 

J. Anthony Donaldson 
Beverlee (Arnds) Harbin 
Donald J. Holler 
Barbara (Robinson) Jones 
W illiam Jones 
Herbert Kane 
Donald Kohlhaas 
Jolie (Cohick) Marks 
Richard Raudabaugh 
Judith (Kramer) Staley 
Donald Steele 
Marlin Strohecker 
Marlin Thomas 
James Wolyniec 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Jack Armstrong, Jr. 

Carol (Ergott) Baker 

William Burdick 

Donald Cassel 

William Damaska 

Robert DelBono 

Harvey Eby, Jr. 

James Ennis, Sr. 

Mark Fishel 

Richard Handley 

Helen (Macensky) Harding 

C. Fred Harris 

I. L. Hartman 

John Hoffman 

Kay (Stenger) Huffman 

Barbara (Nason) McCall 

Marilyn (Schaal) Roland 

Carol (Hane) Schofield 

Mary Lu (Connolly) Seelig 

Ronald Sharp 

James Williams 

1961 

Ibtal Gifts: S126.575 
(lass Participation: 38% 

W. CIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
David Lee 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Richard DeWald 
Kenneth Koetzner 
Louis Miorelli 
Dennis Ybushaw 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Daniel Hill 
James Jeffers 

DEAN'S LIST 
Robert Crockett 
Frank Kerr 
Donald Whistler 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Marilyn (Nelson) Decker 
Marsha (Elliott) Hill 

CENTURY CLUB 
Samuel Belle 
Robert Garrett 
Gilbert Glenn 



DONOR PROFILE 



Lycoming College diplomas are among 
the things that Ed and Kathy Johnson, 
who recently celebrated 35 years of marriage, 
hold in common. Ed holds a bachelor of 
science in business, while Kathy earned 
her bachelor of arts in art. 



Ed '53 and Kathy '67 Johnson 



Husband & Wife Graduates 

Remember Lycoming 

Then & Now 



While living and working most of their adult lives in the Williamsport area, the 
Johnsons have been able to witness first-hand the dramatic transformation 
that has taken place at the College over the years. 

The Johnsons fondly remember many of the College's vintage moments... like 
Old Main, Bradley Hall, and the "Angel Factory"... they remember football 
games being played on the quad... the train that passed through the part of 
campus where the new gymnasium now stands... and many more. 

Now the Johnsons see an even brighter future for Lycoming College, and they 
have supported many of the new campus additions through their generous 
contributions in the annual fund and capital campaigns. 

"Now I can see a booming school," said Ed. 

Not only do the Johnsons support the College with their financial gifts, but they 
also volunteer their time to work in the concession stands at the home football 
games. This is a tradition they've enjoyed for 10 years now. On game days, 
you'll likely see Ed selling hot dogs and Kathy selling Lycoming apparel. 

Ed retired from Textron Lycoming, while Kathy retired from teaching at Four 
Mile Elementary School in Loyalsock. For many years, Kathy worked with 
students from Lycoming College's student-teaching program. 

Now that they are retired, Ed and Kathy enjoy taking their soft-coated wheaten 
terriers to shows, spending time at their Maryland condominium, and taking 
trips to Alaska. 

"The alumni need to come back and see what's going on at the College," said 
Kathy. "They wouldn't recognize the place, and they would be so proud of 
what's taking place there." 

Ed and his late wife, 
Barbara, are the 
parents of two adult 
sons, Mark and 
Stephen. 



Left to Right. James E. Doulhat, 
President; Kathy and Ed Johnson, 
will Lynn E Jackson, Vice 
President for ( 'ollege 
Idvancement 




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Harold Henderson 

Jo Anne (Ernest) Hollick 

Dennis Jacobs 

Geraldine (Pratt) Jacobs 

W. Garrett Judson 

Ronald Kehler, Jr. 

Leon McCleary 

Thomas Mcintosh 

Robert McKibben 

Paul Moisiades 

Edward Rosenstock 

James Rudy 

Harry Soyster 

Eli Stavisky 

Linda (Hodge) Steadman 

Edward Thomas 

David Travis 

Thomas Williamson, Jr. 

CONTIBUTORS 

Donna (Barto) Armstrong 

Livio Cillo 

Eugene Conn 

Margy (Williammee) DelBono 

Carolyn (Moday) Edwards 

deceased 
Connie (Waddell) Fladland 
Harold Gardner 
C. David Hoffritz 
Charles Howe 
Donald Koneff 
William Meade, III 
Sharon (Pratt) Mosher 
Margaret (Flannery) Oliver 
Richard Petts 

Deanna (Werkheiser) Reed 
Elizabeth Salmon 
Frederic Schroeder, Jr. 
Carol (Harper) Sedergran 
Ann (Campbell) Steiner 
James Tobias 
John Willard 
Robert Wilson 
William Young 

1962 

Total Gifts: $17,265 
Class Participation: 37% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Richard Mase 

PESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Roger Conant 

Carl Hill 

Janet (Nichols) Hill 

William Hoffman 

Martha (Hickerson) Kirk 

DEAN'S LIST 
David Bliley 

Bonnie (Bierly) Bowes 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
James Bedford 
Volker Durr 
David Heiney 
Donna (Michael) Heiney 
David Karchner 
Carl Reams 
James Shoemaker 



CENTURY CLUB 
Chester Crosby 

Donald Dyke 

Gary Goodear 

Jean (Youtz) Hester 

William Karniol 

Richard Lee 

Julie (Bell) Martin 

Jon McNeal 

Ardith (Miller) Namenson 

J. Barry Patterson 

F. Anthony Pollitt 

Steven Rosenburgh 

Richard Scheaffer 

Michael Soroka 

Martha (Jensen) Strickland 

George Wilt, Jr. 

Geoffrey Wood 

CONTRIBUTORS 

David Anderson 

David Burnham 

Thomas Clifford 

Paul Dietrich 

Robert Faus 

Linda (Greenly) Goodman 

Kermit Harry, Jr. 

William Hartman 

Helen (Trayer) Johns 

Polly (Polinko) Karschner 

Luke Kauffman 

Charles Letteer, Jr. 

Carol (Bollinger) McCormack 

Donald McFall 

Onalee (Barton) Nixon 

Donna (Reece) Robbins 

James Stone 

Harold Stugart 

Chalmer Van Horn 

Janet Wade 

Donna Ware 

Ruth Ann (\\ hidden) Young 

1963 

Total Gifts: $65,330 
Class Participation: 44% 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 

Michael Hayes 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 
Robert Little 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Carolyn-Kay (Miller) Lundy 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Anonymous 
John Tarditi, Jr. 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Richard Bollman, Jr. 

F. Bruce Corbett 

Ruthellen (Morgan) Corbett 

Carl Hieber 

James Hoffman 

Mary (Keliher) Smith 

Lee Wolfe 



DEAN'S LIST 
Roberta (Corter) Kerr 
James McKee 
Charles Luppert 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Carolyn (Kohler) Farkas 
John McNeil 

John Persing 

Thomas Twine, Sr. 

Carol (Harris) Waltz 

Daniel Wurster 

Margery (Schrader) Wurster 

CENTURY CLUB 

Joseph Bunce, III 

William Chillas 

Bonnie (Silvernail) Crosby 

Richard Dapra 

Elon Eidenier 

Margaret Furst 

Barbara (Hawes) Garner 

Judith (O'Connor) Garrett 

Larry Grimm 

B. Michael Hollick 

Joan (Carlson) Holmes 

Gerdi Kelsey 

Sandra (Hopf) Kelsey 

Jack Lingenfelter 

Jane (Rust) Marshall 

H. Victor McNelly 

Mary Anita (Peck) Paul 

David Phillips 

Robert Ruffaner 

Marilyn (Rutt) Sandifer 

Nancy (Gramley) Scheaffer 

Thomas Senior 

Gladys (Brass) Shook 

Albert Van Zanten 

James Watkins 

Rosalie (Sandison) Wood 

Louise (Fitzgerald) Zawislak 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Robert Barrett 

Edward Bock. Jr. 

Clementine (Klein) Brodsky 

Newell Butler 

Donna (Deitrick) Carr 

Linda (Sechrist) Cherry 

Mary (Yaple) Cillo 

Brian Cloud 

Evelyn (McConnell) Derrick 

William Foster 

Julie (Beighley) Gasser 

Edward Haff 

Joseph llamin 

Dorothy (Corson) Heincelman 

Robert Heller 

Marvin Hudson, Jr. 

Hilda (Scott) Kelly 

Andrew Kmiecik. Jr. 

Susan (Shaw) Koneff 

W illiam Landis 

Michael Livingston 

Kathryn (Parkin) Martini 

Fred Morrow, Jr. 

Judith (Hobbs) Mumaugh 

Richard Mumaugh 

Sidney Ocker 

Robert Pac 

Marleen (Ritchie) Petts 



Neil Shipman 
Richard Shuler 
John Snyder. Jr. 
Karen Swick 
Henry Wenzel, Jr. 
Richard Williams 

1964 

Total Gifts: $30,626 
Class Participation: 36% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

David Jackson 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
D. Stephen Martz 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Michael Warehime 

DEAN'S LIST 
Patricia (Gortner) Dietrich 
Robert Markel 
Timothy Merkel 

Warren Pruess 
Michael Stuempfle 
Gordon Sweely 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Barry Boyer 

Nancy (Snyder) Boyer 

Joseph Farkas 

Martha (Yaple) Janners 

Nancy (LaPorte) Jusick 

Stephen Jusick 

Walter Manning 

K. Barton Reichard, Jr. 

Larry Sanders 

Janet (Lawrence) Shields 

Thomas Shields 

Wayne Stebbins, Sr. 

CENTURY CLUB 
Dorothy (Villinger) Borei 

Judith (Barlett) Clay 
Mary Ann (Warner) Datesman 
Susanne (Norton) Doolittle 
James Eschbach 

Fred Feigley 

Jane (Rerig) Garrison 

William Gutermuth, Jr. 

Patrick Hampton 

Katherine (Satterthwaite) Heick 

Thomas Iredell 

Carol (Oot) Lillard 

Helen (Brown) Minkin 

Eleanor (Little) Phillips 

Guy Rothfuss 

Charles Shaffer 

Alex Stewart. Ill 

Hazel (Bissell) Terhune 

John Vanderland 

Mardi (Kepple) Whipkey 

Raymond Yarroll 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Kathleen (Whalen) Anderson 
Darla (Nissley) Andes 
Robert Berry 
John Birkmire, HI 

Lynne (Rabon) Bradley 



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Anne (Pittinger) Buckler 

Ann (Bly) Campbell 

Thomas Campbell 

Ronald I iske 

Carlton Fulmer 

Ralph Ciers. Jr. 

Thomas Graham 

Sandra (Baran) Grieco 

Robert Heintz, Jr. 

James Horvath 

Walter Hoyei 

David Hultsch 

Donna (Potter) Hutchinson 

Brcnda ( Ahrens) Kile 

Linda (Carter) Kroupa 

Rodney Laub 

Bertram Longhotham. Jr. 

Leonora (Jones) Lucash 

Glenn Lynn 

Linda (Maurer) Lynn 

Leon McCaslin 

Carol McKenzie 

Doris (Caldwell) McLaughlin 

Robert Nucci 

Barry PeilTer 

Nancy (Lozier) PeilTer 

David Piper 

Constance (Kupp) Poe 

Jerry Poe 

Donald Reed 

Lynn (Meincke) Reed 

Opie Reed 

Edsel Ristau 

Jeanne (York) Ristau 

Mary Ann (Law) Schweikert 

Harold Shrimp, Jr. 

Joan (Kocsis) Snow den 

Philip Turner 

Henry Wein, II 

Doris (Horton) Wells 

George Wilson. Jr. 

Carolyn (Rowe) Wladaver 

1965 

Total Gifts: 539,595 

( lass Participation: 30% 

I <>l MllH's ( 1RCLE 
Joanne Korengo 
Bjorg (Storbye) Little 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Timothy Bingaman 
Chester Derr, Jr. 
Denny (Brown) Derr 

DEANS LIST 
James Brown 

Norman Brown 
John Dascher 
Jesse May. Jr. 
G. Bruce Patterson 
Walter Wilt 

vs.soci VII S' ( n 15 
Sandra (Payne) Becker 
Ronald Blatchley 
Donald Cairns 

Samuel Hamilton. Ill 
Ronald Knoebel 
Gary Lewis 



CENTURA < I I B 

Richard Ault 

Chris Christie 

Raymond Clemens 

Edward Crist 

David Eerguson 

David Fortin. Sr. 

Richard Guelich 

Clemens Heick 

( .irolc (Jacobus) Kerr 

Marcella Mack 

Martin Maurer. Jr. 

John McCallus 

Marshall Minkin 

Robert Paul 

David Robbins 

Judith (Waring) Roblyer 

Robert Roth 

Alden Smith, Jr. 

Thomas Snee 

Evelyn (Reigel) Steiner 

Robert Wayne 

Gail (Kleintob) W hitebread 

Sharleen (Swartz) Yarroll 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Ronald Ankner 
Anonymous 

William Bailey 

Richard Bender 

Dorothy (Bosak) Bosley 

Robert Brown, Jr. 

Thomas Butler 

Ann Chance 

Susan (Christie) Dobrinsky 

Allen Dunkelberger 

Richard Erickson 

Bruce Fladd 

David Fulmer 

George Grizzuto. Jr. 

S. Thomas Gross 

Carrie (Torsch) Grove 

Kenneth Henry, Jr. 

Cindy (Earle) Hultsch 

Peter Jackson 

Dave Lesko 

Alan Macgregor 

Dorothy (Hays) Maitland 

Robert McConnell 

Donald McLaughlin 

Alfred Oehrli, Jr. 

William Pitman 

Thomas Powell 

Philip Pucher 

Leslie Rebmann 

Lucy (Ohnmeiss) Sallstrom 

Gary Scranton 

Richard Senges 

Keith Wright 

1966 

Total Gifts: S7S.284 

(lass Participation: 41% 

W. GIBBS M(kl\\n ( IRC II 

John Biggar 

Shirley (Wunderly) Biggar 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

James Hubbard 



IUI Ml I V CIR< II 

Steve Bobiek 

(II URMAN'S CIRCLE 

Michael Deemer 
Richard Maestrelli 

PRESIDENT'S ( ll« I I 
Brenda Alston-Mills 
Richard Wienecke 

Richard Yuenghng 

DEAN'S LIS! 

Katherine (Keliher) Albertini 
Marciu (McGunigle) Brown 
Cynthia (Pennington) C lippinger 

ASSO( lATES'LISl 

Michael Cohen 

Edward Coover 

John Egbert 

David Oot 

Louise (West) Reich 

Stevan Sayre 

Gary Sensenich 

Lois (Loncoske) Shoemaker 

P. David Shoemaker 

Jeffrey Wolf 

CENTURY CLUB 

Lynn (Umiker) Bailey 

Rodney Bailey 

Richard Bates 

Carolyn (Ott) Boerigter 

William Deitch, 111 

John Eidam 

Michael Gardy 

Virginia (Pautz) Hair 

David Hall 

Ronald Hartman 

Robert Heinkel 

Richard James 

Ralph Kaye 

David Lampton 

Mary (Bennett) LeMont 

Charles Levering, II 

Anders Lunt 

Joan (Kipp) Lunt 

Margaret (Bourdeaux) Macensky 

Samuel Macensky 

Charles Matter 

William McGee 

Beth Musser 

Patricia (Amine!) Nash 

James Oest 

Linda Peterson 

Byron Samuels 

Ralph Seigworth 

Richard Sprout 

Ronald Strattan. Jr. 

Isabel (Culver) Trudeau 

James Tyson, III 

Dennis Warg 

CONTRIBI TORS 

Terry Allison 

Bonnie Byers 

Russell Clinton, 111 

David Conklin 

Marion (Hemenway) Conklin 

Ronald Corter 



Susan ( Burke) Dev ine 
Frank Doebler 
Doreen (Wessman) Donahue 
William I layhart, III 
Mary (Willits) Harer 
Michael Men ly 
Marilyn (Smith) Henry 
Lanee (Shlpe) Howell 
Myron Jones 

Gilbert Langley 

Susan (Miller) Larson 

Jay Low den. Jr 

Galen Menne 

Deanna (Miller) Nolder 

Donald Nolder 

Nancy (Shank) O'Dell 

Kathleen (Coleman) Robinson 

Patricia (Stere) Sears 

David Shoemaker 

Kathleen Stiher 

David Taylor 

Robert Wildasin 

1967 

Total (.ills: $60,837 
Class Participation: 39% 

W. GIBBS MC KENNE1 CIRCLE 

Grace (Pfleegor) Haw baker 

TRUSTEES' CI R( 1 1 
Kathryn (Baldwin) Johnson 
Dale Krapf 

PRESUJENT'S ( IRCLE 

Carol Davis 
Carole (Curry) Fedock 
R. Gary Houck 
Judith Nordberg 
Ruth (Rendle) Wood 

DEAN'S I IS I 
Laurens Bey land 
Gerald I.echlitci 
Paul Mamolen 
Edward Paup 
Robert Schwarz 

VSSOCI \ll s' CI 1 B 

Martha (Fellers) Barkley 
Carlyn Films 
Warren Fisher 

CENTURA (llll 
W. I nomas Amick 
John tachambaull 
Edith (Krouse) Bennett 

Nancv (Stearns) Biggs 
Kenneth ( allow ay 
Alan Cohick 
I eslie (1 ante) ( owden 
Dehora Dunkle 
Read Dunn. Ill 
Donna Dunning 
Elaine (Wet/el) Fidam 
Gail (Reiehard) Feustcl 
Jean (Boohar) Freeze 
Ronald Gerhart 
Carol (Freeman) llann 
.leffery Hill 
Wesle) Howe 



15 



Wayne kibbe 

John Koval, Jr. 

Ronald Krauss 

Timothy Lavey 

Richard Lightbourn 

Joseph Losch, Jr. 

Harriet (Lauben) McNeely 

Katherine (Ellwood) Miller 

Constance (Byrd) Murphy 

James Orr 

Dawn (Dunning) Palmquist 

James Palmquist 

Wade Pugh 

Janice (Schwenk) Robbins 

Paul Robinson 

Sarah (Simon) Spady 

Lawrence Tischler 

Herbert Twiddy 

Richard Wagner 

Astrida (Kalnins) Warg 

John Wilson. Jr. 

Daniel Wolfe 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Gary Bepler 

J. M. Bessor 

John Billington 

Cynthia (Schlegel) Blevins 

Barbara (Anderson) Boynton 

Dennis Brown 

Ruth (Hippel) Burke 

Richard Davis 

Gloria (Zeigler) Greevy 

William Gregg, Jr. 

Nancy (Luke) Hallock 

Carl Heide 

Twila (Holm) Kenny 

Walter Kinsey. Jr. 

Terry Landis 

Lerna (Barnes) 

Ann (Eck) Lunt 

Jane (Lower) Majeske 

Merry (Reigel) McCracken 

Ralph Meitzler 

Pricilla (Freas) Merriel 

Maria (Testa) Missigman 

Phillip Nash 

Charles Picarella 

L. Paul Pitkin 

Robert Ronca 

Marian (Avery) Schaefer 

Susan Schwarz 

John Short 

Judith (Alber) Short 

Judith Siebert 

Jeffrey Smith 

Stephen Smith 

Judith (Moore) Sobers 

Kester Sobers. Ill 

Ruth (Svarplaitis) Staas 

Norman Watkins 

Elmo Young 

1968 

Total Gifts: $109,37(1 
Class Participation: 28% 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
David Freet 



FOUNDERS CIRCLE 
Donald Failor 
Richard Myers 
John Trogner, Jr. 
Penny (English) Vounkers 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Walter Bower, Jr. 
Raymond Enstine, Jr. 

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE 
Angela (McElwain) Bednarczyk 
Mary-Jane (Swanson) Hedden 
Richard Hedden 
Jean Kissane 
Catherine (Brown) Lentz 
James Swon 
Ronald York 

DEANS LIST 

David Krauser 

Patricia (MacBride) Krauser 

Larry Snyder 

Robert I mull 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Dudley Anderson 
Dian (Leoras) Hamilton 
Helen (Lehman) Keister 
Tim Snyder 
Lucille (Tebbs) Weaver 

CENTURY CLUB 

Patricia (McGuigan) Bradbury 
Charles Cramer, II 
Carol (Graham) Dyer 
William Dyer 

Sandra (Fry) Gillam 
Donald Gottschall 
William Graham 
Helen (Turner) Groff 
Mary (Fornalik) Huber 
Thomas Infantino 
Gail (Hite) Irwin 
Douglas Keiper 
James kremzier 
Jacquelyn (Jones) LaRaia 
Pamela (Hawkins) Murphy 
Theresa (Pfuhl) Sellers 
Susan (Sipe) Sprout 
Fred Stiner, Jr. 
Mark Thunberg 
Lucinda (Snyder) Wagner 
Craig Walker 
Raymond Warenda 
Linda (Cooney) Wasser 
Carol Williams 
John Zettelmoyer 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Edward Bordy 

Janel (Bastian) Brown 

Jane (Wellen) Burbank 

Sandra (Plummer) Capwell 

Cathleen (Powell) Coleman 

Thomas Crater 

Sandra (Phelps) Downs 

Jean (Oberholtzer) Freymoyer 

Richard Gordon 

James Hinkle 

Allan Hodge 

Paula (Archer) Hughson 



Alan Levinson 

Paul Limbert 

E. Lowell Markey, II 

Jennifer (Adams) Mikolajczyk 

Joan (Steiner) Moffatt 

Joan (Tippett) Nagel 

Alan Needham 

Helen Ochej 

Robert Prindible 

Keith Reynolds 

Susan (Fielding) Roese 

Frances (Sponenberg) Rothrock 

Donald Snyder 

Laurence Solomon 

Gary Stutzman 

Patricia (Jenkins) Sydock 

L. John Webster 

Ruth (Raker) Woodard 

Paula (Menza) Young 

1969 

Total Gifts: $147,493 
Class Participation: 29% 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
Peter Lynn 

FOUNDERS CIRCLE 
Beatrice (Baird) Gathman 
David Gathman 
Ronalee (Bennett) Trogner 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Carmela (DiLuzio) Bobick 
Dallas Krapf 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Susan (Beauvais) Hammell 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Sandra (Freitag) Castner 
Michael Newman 

Malcolm Northam 

Joan (Palmquist) Turner 

Ralph Turner 

Use (Korneke) Yeskey 

DEAN'S LIST 
Wayne Kinley 
P. Jay Tray 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Robert Curry, Jr. 
Arthur Fry 

Linda (Wabschall) Ross 
Murray Ross 
Richard Taylor. Jr. 
Thomas Way 

CENTURY CLUB 
Donald Beach 
Patricia (Deible) Beach 
William Bladt 
James Christie 
Carolyn (Bourne) Court 
Ramon Dacheux, II deceased 
Sandra (Hess) Dacheux 
James DeRose 
Sandra Derr 
Gary Drosback 
Malcom Farrow, IV 



Joan FitzGerald 

James Fritsch 

Sharon (Smith) Fritsch 

David Harris 

Wayne Hurr 

David Jerva 

Samuel Lytle 

C. Clair McCormick. Jr. 

James Miller 

Caroline (Kendall) Morgan 

Richard Muller 

Michael Musheno 

Janet (Olpp) Pickles 

Gary Rager 

Richard Rupert 

Mark Santucci 

Judith (Bowen) Sheridan 

Richard Sherwood 

Ronald Stanley 

Linda Stere 

Eileen (King) Twiddy 

George Vilushis 

Robert Walker 

Sally (Walton) Walker 

Jacqueline (Titus) Well 

Thomas Zimmerman 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Christine Allison 
William Andes 
Deborah (Cox) Barnum 
Helen Bird 
Myra (Davis) Blaney 
James Boyer 
Peter Bruguiere 
Lynda Brushett 
Gail (Ormsby) Byers 
John Capwell 
Lois (Dietz) Carmichael 
Susan (Ross) Denard 
Hollis Engley 
George Fox, Jr. 
Jean (Gamble) Frick 
Juanita (Robinson) Good 
Carole Gras 
Stephen Gruner 
Mary Malloy-Bramstedt 
Frederick May 
Janet (Shickel) Miner 
Frank Richmond 
Mayetta (Sam) Riner 
P. Thomas Shouldice 
Joan (Purpura) Smith 
Carl Snyder 
James Wise 

1970 

Total Gifts: $65,035 
Class Participation: 29% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Anonymous 

Marilyn (Phillippy) Failor 

Cheryl (Eck) Spencer 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
James Scott 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
W. T. Skok, Jr. 



OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000-519.999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$100-$249 

$1 to $99 



Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Gary Bower 

Lynn (Salmons) Bower 

Thomas Croyle 
William Turnbaugh 
John Turner. Jr. 
Patricia (Stoutl Turner 
Richard Watters 
E. Eugene Yaw 

VSSOCIATES' CLUB 

Philip Barlett 
William Gallagher, III 

Marylyn (Olafsen) Hullfish 
Betty (Kuhns) Paris 
David v In nk 
Michael Waltz 
Ralph Zeigler, Jr. 

( I VII U\ C II B 

Kathy Acuff 

Joseph Azzalina. Jr. 

Nancy (Corter) Bowers 

Peter Faranda-Diedrich 

Jay Ginter 

Joseph Jadlocki, Jr. 

Judith (Steinbacher) Jadlocki 

Richard Keller 

John Marthinsen 

Larainc (Danielsen) Marthinsen 

Ellen Movie Harris 

William Pickles 

Daryl (Van Pelt) Potter 

Jo Quinn 

Raymond Siegrist 

Kathryn Starzer-Karrell 

Andrew Tanger 

Carol (Devitt) Taylor 

William Worobec 

( ONTRIB1 IORS 
Judj (Dayton) Ahrams 
Cynthia (Joseph) Andes 
Richard Ball 
Elizabeth (Provost) Baskin 



Constance (Carver) Brown 

Philip Browne 

Elizabeth (Bower) D'Esterhazy 

Roberta (Fortney) Doyle 

Stephen I mum I, 

Diane (Dorchester) Engley 

Austin Horan, Jr. 

Mark Horean 

Eldon Kuhns, II 

Dennis Lesher 

Dorothy (McNelly) Ludwigsen 

James Martin 

Sally (Brehm) Martin 

Stephen Molyneaux 

Susan (Bewley) Myers 

Daleta (White) Potten 

Janet Pumphrey 

Elizabeth Rhodes 

Jane (Harriman) Rhone 

Clifford Rieser 

Janice (Burkey) Rieser 

Norman Robinson 

Emily Sopensky 

Janet (Welliver) Spaccasi 

Susan Stewart 

Alicelynne Watson 

Carol (Spencer) Wieboldt 

Kenneth Wright 

Glenda (Moser) Yost 

1971 

rotal <.ilts: $29,436 
(lass Participation: 30% 

l()( NDER'S < IRC IF 
Al\in Younger, Jr. 

CHAIRM \vs C1R< I I 
Gwendolyn ((Lehman) Enstine 
James Hebe 

PRESIDED is ( IRCLE 

R. Janice Fletcher 

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Suzanne (Stevens) Newman 
J. Michael Schweder 
John Shaffer 

DEAN'S LIS! 

Kendra (Shue\ ) Ruhl 
Kathryn Siburt 

VSSOCI Wis' < i i |{ 
Carol (\ aii a) Crowe 
John Crowe 
Linda (Meckbach) Desmond 

John ll.ni/ 

Daisy Jimenez-Joseph 

( IN IT RY CLUB 

Larry Baird 

Rupert Becker 

Arthur Dorval, Jr. 

Nancy (Firestine) Dorval 

Stella Faranda-Diedrich 

Elizabeth (Huntzinger) Fuqua 

Wells Gage, Jr. 

Edward Genther, III 

Stephen Hogan 

Marilyn (Blechner) Incitti 

Charles Kauffman 

J. Randolph Loeliger 

J. Michael Lovett 

Jeffrey McCanna 

Cynthia (Blish) Miller 

James Moody 

James Pietrovito 

Lynn (Wallis) Rhoads 

Frank Tosi 

Mary (Huskin) Weaver 

Donald Webb 

Eugene White. Ill 

Marcia (Gordon) Wilson 

A. Lewis Yetter 

Richard Zack 

( ONTRIBUTORS 

R. Christopher Askin 

Robert Baldi 

Jeffrey Befumo 

Edwin Burnet 

Robert Chesney 

Barbara (Sasso) Dempsey 

Douglas Farrell 

Pamela (Kennedy) Flood 

David Frey 

Lydia (Gonzalez) Haddad 

Melvin Hall. Jr. 

David Hooper 

John Houser 

Joseph Jezewski, Jr. 

Frederick Jones 

Randy Jones 

David Kopitsk) 

Thomas Krug. Jr. 

Richard McBrmn 

Ronald McF.lwee 

Barbara 1 1 tten I'aden 

Carol (N\ right) Pardee 

Richard Rabold 

Diane I Week-. I Ratine) 

James Reber. Jr. 

James Smith 

Laurccn (Connolly) Smith 

Douglas Thompson 



Nancy (Zinn) I rotter 
Barbra Williamson-Hall 
William Wood. II 

1972 

rotal Gifts: S25.2II 
(lass Participation: 2 

FOl NDER'S ( IR( I I 

Anonymous 

PRESIDENT'S ( IR< 

Ruth ( Wilkinson! Croj le 

William Evans 

Christine (Kruk) Herdman 

Craig Kern 

Jeffrey Rauff 

Annette (Weaver) Schweder 

Bruce Whitaker 

DEAN'S I is I 
Robert Priest 

Linda ( Sheet/ ) Rismondo 

ASSOC I Ml V ( 1.1 B 

Lois (Gilbert) Broun 

James (ilenn 

Donald Hughes 

Rodney Keller 

Lynn Kramer 

Margaret (McGuigan) Martinsen 

John Montgomery 

Susan (Dietrich) Schenk 

Douglas Stover 

I)a\id Werner 

( IN IT U\ ( II I! 

Janet (Turzak) Barlett 

Scott Barnes 

Barbara (Fdleman) Block 

Ronald Burd 

James Case 

Melinda Fowler 

Ruth (Hackiey) Lovetl 

Gail (Pearce) Maurer 

< .initlii-i Nellcn 

Lynn (Holl) Nellen 

Deborah Ralston 

John Ravert, Si 

Richard Rhoads 

Rennel Rodarmel 

Alison (Seminerio) Rupert 

Douglas Sector 

Robert Shaw 
Martin Slaugh 
(Jary Spies 
George Weavei 
James Winner. Ill 

( ONTRIBI TORS 

Kiilh Vrmbrust 
Jean Bennett 
Anthony Bracciale 
\ istula Chapman-Smith 
Ann ( Phillips i Duncan 
Barbara Goodyear 
Judy (Kalinowski) tiiiggs 
Raymond Haw ke. Jr. 
Mareia (\\ ilson) Mickey 

i Lindsay 
F.leanore (Weston) Mc( 0) 



Judith (Aikens) Mileto 

Meg (Morthland) Miranda 
Martin Nau 
Susan Noyes 
Richard Profeta 
Christopher Ranney 
Cathy (Peters) Robinson 
Ronald Schellhase 
Peggy Schmidt 
Marilyn (Minnich) Skasko 
William Stotler 
Sandra (Goodyear) Tanger 
Richard Walker 

1973 

Total Gifts: $15,711 
Class Participation: 29% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Elizabeth (Johnson) Checchia 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Daniel Langdon 

Christopher Spadoni 

DEAN'S LIST 

Andrew Knox, Jr. 

Joseph Montesano, Jr. 

Carol (Marsland) Schoch 

David Schoch 

Barbara (Lovenduski) Sylk 

Lillian Weekes 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Candice Chirgotis 

Murl Clark 

Donald Currie 

Charles McCall 

C. Jeffrey Smith 

Nancy (Tucciarone) Smith 

Newell Thompson, III 

Patricia Valentine 

Katherine (Durney) Vilkas 

CENTURY CLUB 

Lynne (Pinchbeck) Balduino 

Curtis Belton 

William Bishop 

Harold Boyer 

Christine (Warren) Coleman 

Pamela (Banes) Colesworthy 

Frances (Wilson) Crouse 

Ira Domsky 

Celia (Hinds) Erion 

Ellen (Siegel) Eorman 

Henry Frey, Jr. 

Barry Henninger 

Judith Hill 

Betsy (McConnell) Hunt 

Andrea (Opetosky) Kremser 

Diane Kwiatkowski 

Beverly (Ekey) Langley 

David Lloyd 

Joan Morgan 

Robert Moyer 

Stephen Muthler 

Rebecca (Davis) Noll 

Alan Rhodes 

Jane (Wentz) Richardson 

Jeanne (Seals) Riggs 

Sherrie (Burton) Smith 



Robert Snyder, II 

Esther (Williams) Strongman 

Ann (Bell) Wood 

June (Kilgus) Zimmerman 
Richard Zutterling 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Mark Adams 

Mark Bachman 

Robert Burket, Jr. 

James Carver 

Brenda (Willcutt) Dartt 

Jeffrey Duncan 

Beth (Sheehan) Evans 

Allen Fertig 

Deborah (Evans) Grove 

Bruce Grubb 

Nancy (Ellis) Halbert 

Phyllis (Mongiello) Hanrahan 

Robert Howden 

David Jackson 

Clarita (Anderman) Krall 

Stanley Krall 

Mary Beth (Burke) Lavoie 

Pamela (Lecce) Lecce 

John Lyter 

Barbara (Zeigler) McCullough 

James McMahon 

Melissa (Wachter) Molino 

George Nelson 

Daniel Peterson 

Sue (Cooper) Peterson 

Thomas Raub 

Sue (Fitzgerald) Robson 

Charles Rosenberg 

Rebecca (Box) Rowe 

Joseph Sleek 

Robert Smith 

William Solis 

Sandra (Swarts) Sundheimer 

Jane (Hertzler) Sutton 

Barbara (Coates) Thomas 

W. Scott Voder 

Bernard Zook 

1974 

Total Gifts: $19,93(1 
Class Participation: 29% 

TRl SITES' CIRCLE 
James Kelley 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Thomas Beamer 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

John Heil 

Patricia (Ward) Heil 

DEAN'S LIST 

Amy Cartal-Falk 

Jane (Hileman) Darrow 

David Hammett 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Cheryl (Bennett) Barrow 
Alyce Dickinson 

David Dowling 
Theodore Draude 
Thomas Fowlston 

Joseph Kaczmarczyk 



Sherry Macpherson 

Jane (Hall) Russell 

Lynn (Probst) Sickler 

Carl Weaver 

Pamela (Bateman) Whiteaker 

CENTURY CLUB 
M. Louisa Barnhart 

Dan Blumberg deceased 

Karen (Newhouser) Clark 

L. Randall Cober 

David Cove 

Suzanne Cathy (Smith) Culin 

Cynthia (Brosnahan) Dickinson 

Russell Dinger 

David Farrell 

Mark Harrison 

William Heffernan 

Barbara (Furze) Johnson 

Dean Kelchner 

James LaRocca 

Anthony Latagliata 

Janice (Wellenkamp) McCurdy 

Barry Newton 

Karen (Luce) Paulick 

Andrew Richardson 

Sarah (Bcrtrand) Rowe 

Deborah (Fox) Stackhouse 

Leigh Stoecker 

Curtis Swagler 

Robert Tannahill 

Ronna Thompson 

Donald Wentz 

CONTRIBUTORS 

William Aufricht 

Nancy (Scholz) Bastow 

Bernard Benson. Jr. 

Kathie (Gettle) Boop 

Karen (Knouse) Brungardt 

Gregory Bussy 

Bruce Carpenter 

Katherine Crozier 

Gregory Davis 

Steven Fair 

Vicki Farish 

Lincoln Fish 

Robert Gilson 

Robert Griepenburg 

Glenn Heerse 

Michael Howes 

Kathleen (McColl) Huber 

Diane (Stalker) Hughes 

Stephen Hulslander 

John Koch 

Raymond Kownaeki 

Cathy Kramer 

Albert Lindenberg, Jr. 

John Marck 

Pamela (Pennington) Matthews 

John Mazzante 

Sharon Meade Gower 

Colleen (McCarthy) Naill 

George Ness, Jr. 

Gail Patton 

Jane (Zorica) Pile 

Douglas Pownall 

Judith (Douglass) Rabold 

Diana (Brouse) Reed 

Ann (Rosbach) Romeo 

Larry Romeo 

Scott Royer 



Jean Sarle 

Bonnie (Patton) Singleton 

Andrew Stack 

Jerry Stauffer 

Michelle (Fiore) Templon 

Rodney Templon 

Martha Townsend-Ness 

Karen Uebele 

H. Lewis Ulman, III 

Daniel Wright 

Todd Wynn 

1975 

Total Gifts: $37,482 
Class Participation: 31% 

FOUNDER'S CIRCLE 

Susan (Bartz) Flanagan 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
David Detwiler, III 
Carl Grivner 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Gail (Gleason) Beamer 
Charles Lamade 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Mark McLachlan 

DEAN'S LIST 
John Kuska, Jr. 
Robert Schreibeis 

Christopher Viggiano 
Nancy (O'Bryan) Viggiano 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Thomas Flanagan 

Kathleen (Tighe) Gaye 

Daniel Hartranft 

Carolyn (Hanlon) Kaczmarczyk 

Richard Stewart 

Ken Witzel 

CENTURY CLUB 

Bruce Abbott 

Douglas Albertson 

Dana Bertin 

Lorraine (Carpenter) Confer 

Holly Craver 

Kristine Datres 

Karen (Muthler) Davis 

Kenneth Davis 

Marsha (Mills) Davis 

Thomas Dickinson 

Larry Dincher 

Alice (Parrott) Eriksen 

Janet Faro 

Diane (Morgan) Gonzalez 

Rick Gonzalez 

Karen (Suplee) Hallowell 

John Hooton 

Nancy (Winemiller) Hooton 

William Koppenheffer 

Paul Lady 

Patricia (Zimmer) Latagliata 

Edward Marcinkevich 

Jan (Priestley) Marcinkevich 

Roger May 

Melissa (Le Page) Newton 

Kristin Ostergaard 

Bruce Sawyer 



Thomas Simek 

Glenn Smith 

David Stover 

lames Icchtmann 

Francis Testa 

Nanev (Sass) Thrclfall 

Christine (Elwell) Went/ 

Kiehard Wooster 

Sheila (Kennedy) Wooster 

Andrea (Bauer) Yerkes 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Amhonv Bagonis 

David Bernard 

Pamela (Palmquist) Bingbam 

Jane (Woodruff) Bird 

Carl Bushong 

Susan (Dunlopl Carone 

Linda (Klein) Ciotti 

Cathv (Jayne) Cora in 

Andrew Farrow 

Glenn Foster 

James Gallagher 

Karen (Shafer) Green 

Mark Hess 

Timoth) Hughes 

Alice (Pedersen) Knutsen 

Creighton MacGill 

Frances (Stone) McDaniel 

Marjorie (Ryan) McEnemej 

Richard McKee 

Jene (Smith) Mertz 

Glenn Miller 

Frank Morse 

E. Lynn (Taylor) Roberts 

Ann (Aubrey) Schvvenke 

Maureen (Libby) Spokas 

W i II is Spokas 

Jill (Eicher) Thompson 

Louis Thompson. Ill 

Nancy (Colby) Titko 

Peter Van Arnam 

Keith Winters 

1976 

[btal (.ifts: $14,775 
(lass Participation: 2l>" „ 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Deborah (Norman) Stamm 
.1. Richard Stamm 

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE 
David Walsh 

DEANS LIST 
Steven Johnson 
Andrea Seuren 
John Shorb 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

William Carlucci 
Roger Larson 
Bert Sickler 

Holly (Wells) Tillman 
Douglas Trump 

CENTURY CLUB 
Carol (McDivitt) Billman 
Nancy (Beecher) Christy 
Roxanne (Copp) Edwards 



Lynn (Moodie) Elkinton 

Joseph Grieco, Jr. 

E. Denisc Hambv 

Mardi (Goldmann) Hayt 

Vicki (Nirmaiei) Kroc 

Allen Lockwood 

Annette (Weaver) Lockwood 

Jill (Krieger) Piecko 

Steven Roberts 

Debbie Sandmev er-Brv an 

Barbara Schmidt-Kemp 

Dale Van Aken 

Sam Wainright 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Cynthia (Bacon) Albright 

Gvven (Nelson) Bernstine 

Paul Besancon, Jr. 

John Bingham 

Terence Burns 

James Carone 

Frank Cifrese 

Lisa (Sweigart) Crawford 

David D'Angelo 

April (Spencer) Davis 

Thomas Drake 

Constance (Eddy) Fleagle 

Max Furman 

Eileen (Clegg) Gallagher 

John Grove 

Max Hals 

Fred Hickok 

David Hitesman 

Peter Keely 

Joseph Klehon 

Elizabeth (Goodyear) Masland 

Marilouise Mazzante 

Robert Panasiti 

Harry Pedersen 

Anthony Ruiz 

Louise (Hevvson) Ruiz 

Jerri (Fritzo) Sellers 

Patricia Shannon 

Audrey (Hons) Sherrick 

Earl Sherrick, III 

Audrey (Nubile) Solis 

James Spargo 

Gail Stevens-Piispanen 

Gary Tapkas 

Jeffrey Wagner 

Michael Wojcicki 

Evelyn (Kilshaw) Woodworth 

1977 
Total Gifts: $12.6.10 
(lass Participation: 2X"„ 

CHAJRM \vs CIRCLE 

David Roberts 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

W. Clark Gaughan 
John Schrader, III 

1)1 \vs i is i 
Samuel Berninger 
Nancy (Sullivan) Shorb 
Stanley Smith 



ASSO< I Alls' CLUB 

Paul Brooks 

John Gingrich 
Thomas Hand. Jr. 

Thomas Tillman 

Debra 1 1 ingo) I rump 

CENT! R\ (II B 

James \nderman 

Linda (Nunan) Bell 

Stephen Bell 

Philip Bcllino 

Nanev (West) Belton 

Jeffrey Billman 

Bonnie (Cur) ) Boyer 

Robert Boyer 

Barbara (Seese) I tearing 

Patricia (Sharpley) Dilley 

Gregory Dubitsky 

Andrew Fedorc 

Stuart Hall. Jr. 

Dav id Mauser 

Steven Heick 

Deborah Hoffman Leopold 

Edward Hughes 

Frank Kindler 

Janet (Babcock) Klagholz 

Deborah (Whitfield) Lenig 

Susan (Fracaroli) Petniunas 

Toni (Panetta) Raczkowski 

Michael Smith 

Bruce Tucker 

Mark Yerkes 

Kerry Young 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Richard Adams 

Brenda (Cooke) Bagonis 

Lynn (Martin) Besancon 

Paul Chreiman. Jr. 

Linda (Litzelman) Curry 

Douglas Dyer 

Chariene Eiswerth 

Nancy (Hubka) Hofmann 

Anne (Johnson) Keely 

Wendy (Vogler) Lekan 

Christina (Eck) MacGill 

Ellen (Simpson) Martinez 

Scot McAllister 

Carolyn (Walter) Ostrander 

Jim Propert 

Dennis Qiiinn 

Nancy (Woodman) Robinson 

.leffery Seeley 

Michael Soprano 

Marco Solo 

Jeff Spang 

Randall Steiner 

Ronald Yioland 

I inda d.adv i Wallace 

Stephen Wallace 

( Iraig Weavei 

(iale (Smith) Weaver 

David Williams 

Deborah (Stites) Williams 

Patricia (Stoutenburg) Woolever 



1978 

Total (.ills: S21.X40 
(lass Participation: I 

[TRUSTEES' CIRC II 

Linda (Porr) Sweeney 

( II MUM VN'S ( U« I I 
Carol (Grivner) Brown 
Peter Brown 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCI I 

Nanci (Davis) Morris 

DEANS 1 is I 

William Conroy 

Gerard McGinn 

Patricia (Main Weisenburger 

v.sso( IATES' (TLB 
Robert Grillo 
Robert Lesnewich 
Timoth) McDonald 

CENTI K^ ( II B 
Nicholas Altebrando 
Diane (Yuska) Bellino 
Rave (Francis) Bierlv 
David Dearing 
Susan (Kovalick) Dinsmore 
Mary (Crow lev ) Dormond 
Diane (Davies) Dougherlv 
Richard Doughertv 
Mark Drake 
Marci (Schultz) Dwvcr 
Mary (Gilbody) Ekblom 
Leigh (Thompson) Howe 
Stephen Howe 
Michael Kant 
Kimberlv (Martin) Koehl 
Fay (Geaneas) Manturi 
Ann (Marcinkevich) Paquette 
Kimberlv (McCarthy) Rzomp 
Lynette (Lav Ion) Smith 
Michelle (Monell) Icchtmann 
Michael Thomas 

(ON I RIB! IORS 

Richard Barletla 
Edward Bird 
Jane (Snyder) Bird 
John Brat/. Jr. 
Lawrence Burnstein 
Marieann (SmviT) ( ahoon 
Scott Conner 
I is.i D' Vddio 
Maurice Dana 
James DiMarco 
Debra i Maisano) Dunne 

Ruth (Cloud) I inn 
April I Woods) Harris 
Jan Harris 
Richard I lines 
Deborah llmithumh 

d.irv I loi 

( oi lis Jackson 

Martin lalnnski 

Joyce (Gudmundson) Jamieson 

Karen iHrcnn.ml Jezewski 

Dominic Johnson 

( iwendolyn i Sterling i Johnson 






.Nancy (Goetz) Jones 

Lynne (Horner) Koskie 

Roxanne (Howard) Kunar 

Jerry Leader 

Julie (Eighmey) Leffler 

Erman Lepley, Jr. 

Christine (Neff) MacKenzie 

Patricia (Hykes) Malarz 

Steven Marsh 

Norman Pollard 

J. John Quinn, III 

Jeffrey Reeder 

Jeannine (Firsching) Scheffey 

Nanka (Arsenovic) Schneider 

John Stites 

Mary (Price) Weaver 

Susan (Sharkey) Williams 

1979 

Total Gifts: $8,042 
Class Participation: 29% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Stephen Griggs 
Kenneth Holdren 

DEANS LIST 

Timothy Kelly 

ASSOCIATES - CLUB 
Roger Chilson 
John Exline 

CENTURY CLUB 

Thomas Baker 

B. Allen Bemstorf, Jr. 

T. Tyron Bornman 

Michael Bradley 

Joy (Lemons) Brittain 

Michael Brown 

Lorraine (Royack) Cangialosi 

Richard Cangialosi 

Stephen Davenport 

Andrew Dembin 

Robert Ekblom 

Carol (Gross) Grubb 

Stephen Gwiazdowski 

Steven Hovey 

Kimberly (Eddy) Larkin 

Michael Lebo 

Robert Lewis, Jr. 

Deborah (Crompton) Lochner 

Robert Lochner, Jr. 

Russell Lucas 

Joan (Schreibeis) Mansfield 

Richard Mueller 

Nancy (Callery) O'Hanlon 

Suzanne (Caldwell) Orris 

Michael Smith 

Kevin Stout 

Joseph Tanfani, Jr. 

Susan (deBruin) Taylor 

David Vilushis 

Susan (Burkhard) Wilkins 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Mark Albright 
Kim Arnold 

Kimberly (Lazar) Bolig 
Nellie (Gray) Cloninger 
Keith Duff 



Ruth (Winter) Feeser 

Kimberlee (Hoffman) Fredo 

Ann (Weitzel) Fuhrman 

Keith Goetting 

Erica (Fischer) Griffith 

Kathy (Moyer) Herring 

Stephen Klotz 

Vincent Latini 

William Leffler, Jr. 

Daniel Little 

Drew Martini 

Joyce (Leahy) Monico 

David Schneider 

Mark Smith 

Robin (Newman) Straka 

Rosalind (Myers) Townley 

John Trevisan. Jr. 

Carolyn (Ames) Wilston 

Daniel Wood 

Carol (Woodruff) Yorks 

Kim (Kramer) Young 

Roy Young 

1980 

Total Gifts: $20,544 
Class Participation: 27% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Thomas Woodruff. Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Jolene (Hall) Sloter 
Stanley Sloter 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
D. Mark Fultz 
John Lea, HI 

Richard Merlo 
Michael Trevisan 

DEAN'S LIST 
James Simatos 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Drew Curry 
Anne (Parry) Fallon 
Jennifer (Lynch) Reed 
Carolyn (Carr) Vodoklys 

CENTURY CLUB 
Rick Adams 
David Argall 

Jeffrey Burd 

Allison (Thompson) Care 

Roy Crowe 

Gary Dincher 

Edward Edenfield, IV 

Arthur Hathaway 

Catherine (Gregory) Kendrick 

David Mason 

Denise McCarthy 

Laurie (Shea) Petrik 

Charles Protasio 

Leslie Roberts 

Pamela (Ernst) Rockafellow 

Steven Russell 

Vicki (Reismiller) Shaffer 

Raymond Snook, HI 

Jonathan Tinkham 



CONTRIBUTORS 
William Anderson 

Bryce Beeman 

Lynne (Tomkinson) Bishop 

Robert Burns, Jr. 

Sandra (Musheno) Campbell 

Tammy (Woodward) Coapman 

Mari (Laver) Cooney 

Diana (Georges) Dauberman 

Anthony DiSandro 

Nadine Firsching 

Lynn (Ohl) Greenly 

Helen (Thome) Hoy 

D.Tim Huff 

Gil Johnson 

Patricia (LeVan) Kitchen 

Laurie (Lesher) Lockcuff 

Ronald Mack 

James Martucci 

Robert Mdler 

William Miller 

Daniel Poukish 

Franco Rea 

Paul Roman 

William Torney 

Peter Townley 

Donald Trostle 

Nancy (Omstead) Trostle 

Karen (Ensslen) Vinci 

Scott Willand 

1981 

Total Gifts: $18,680 
Class Participation: 31% 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

Tami (Spitler) Woodruff 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Robert Bucknam, Jr. 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Paul DeJoseph 
Jeffrey Garrett 
Nancy Kachline 

Marlene (Moyer) Trevisan 

DEAN'S LIST 
Frederick Blumer, Jr. 

Timothy Kelsey 

Diane Reese 

Beverly (Stormer) Tripp 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Carl Burnett, III 
Francis Harvey, Jr. 
John Murray, II 

James Teller 
Steven Vodoklys 

Lisa Walton 

CENTURY CLUB 
Donna (Adie) Adams 
Patricia (Nezelek) Cahill 
Lawrence Cappetto 
Charles Duda 
Christine (Price) Edenfield 
Nancy (Rampolla) Ehret 
James Gessner 
Karen (Patricia) Green 



David Hannaford 
Nancy Harman 
Kathleen Malloy 
Michael Mason 
Kathryn Minick 
Richard Pyle 
Stephanie Schein 
Robert Siertle 
Robert Sinnott 
Vickie (Myers) Stankaitis 
Mark Todd 
Lori (Arendt) Weigl 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Mark Beierschmitt 
Joanna (Schaedel) Canary 

Janet (Bryant) Clark 
Jack Coapman, Jr. / 
Gregory Ebbert / 
Andrew Fisk 
Brenda (Baldwin) Fisk 
Donna (Fisher) Frieri 
Anne (Goodyear) Ganoe 
Robert Ganoe 
David Oberlin 
Todd Penman 
Jane (Pahls) Rabe 
Anthony Rogers 
Donna (Cressey) Turner 
Brian Vasey 
Renee (Alvarado) Vogel 
James Werkheiser 

1982 

Total Gifts: $6,045 
Class Participation: 21% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Tracy (Dougherty) Bartlett 
Nancy Hoerner 

DEAN'S LIST 

Elizabeth (Rabold) Blumer 

Mark Sawyer 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Cynthia (Strand) Boumnaia 
Deborah Brenneman 
Robert Smith 

CENTURY CLUB 
Kathleen (Cody) Brady 

David Burns 
Gordon Coyle 

Kenneth DeGraw. Jr. 

Kathryn (Dahl) DeMarco 

Stacy (Mungle) Eggleston 

Donnamarie (Bott) Frankovsky 

Thomas Hess 

Lisabeth (Bossert) Kerper 

John Kiessling 

Margaret (Combs) King 

Karen (Griesel) Miller 

Rita (Renn) Trometter 

David Turner 

J. Michael Wilkins 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Michele (Kann) Anderson 

Charles Cadmus 
Joseph Caschera 



OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000 -$19,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$100 -$249 

$1 to $99 



Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



Lynda (Dauernheiml Cianfaro 

Carolyn (Gernert) Eisele 

James Ekey 

Ronald French 

Pamela (Chilson) Kastner 

Diane (Merrill) Krein 

Denise (Babcock) Macafee 

John McCabe 

Gerald Mowry 

Heidi (Lesher) Poticher 

Rhonda (Fike) Quigley 

Matthew Smith 

Susan (Baloutine) Thome 

Roy Williams. Jr. 

Jayme Witwer 

Adam Zajac 

1983 

lolal Gills: S8..M7 
Class Participation: 18% 

CHAIRM VN'S CIRCLE 
Mark Gibbon 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Barbara Heim 

DEANS I IS I 
Stephen Casperson 
Arthur Dooley 
Margory (Hill) Dooley 

\SS(K I MIS- (HI? 

Kim James 

Tammy (Avery) Weber 

( I Ml R> CLUB 

Donald Blackwell 

Joan Brown-Levine 

Ellen (I albert) ( allanan 

Liisa Grantors-Hunt 

Gail (Reichenbaeher) Greene 

John llitesman 

Timothy Horn 



Russell Kimura 

Jeffrey kuhlman 

Leon Plocha 

Robin Read 

Carol (LaPierre) Terracciano 

Tamara (Smith) Todd 

Perry Valentine 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Laura (klarmann) Beierschmitt 

Anthony Boures 

Marguerite (Kern) Hagerty 

Kathleen Hill 

Richie Hillyard 

Daniel Hudson 

Joseph Migliarese 

Nancy (Baylor) Milnes 

Kimberly (Paul) Moore 

Keith Moules 

Barbara (Dowger) Scherer 

Joanne (Masser) Vasey 

Patricia Webster 

Dawn (Ripley) Wiley 

1984 

Total Gifts: $9,514 
Class Participation: 19% 

I Kl SILLS" CIRC I I 
Rita (Ciurlino) Detwiler 

DEAN'S LIST 

Margaret (Daring) Casperson 
Carol Johnson 

\ss()( I \l is- CLUB 
Tracy (Gift) Johnson 
Anne McGeorgc 
William North 
George Umstead 

CENTURA < LUB 

John (allanan 

Aileen (O'Donohue) Carroll 



John Clarke 

George Connaghan 

reresa (Cox) Horn 

Susan (Ciampa) Miller 

John Ruske) 

Eleanore (l.aut) Russell 

Sharon (Mllano) Ryan 

Josephine (Ella) Smith 

Peter Smith, Jr. 

William Techtmann 

Patricia (McDonald) Valentine 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Krista (Zechman) Beattie 

Jeffrey Beckstcad 

Michael Bowen 

Patricia Bowman 

Mary (Zwisle) Ciraolo 

Jeffrey Collson 

Leslie (Marvin) Craigle 

Lynn Cruickshank 

James Finkler 

Susan (Wolfe) Hack 

William Inglis 

Esther Lester 

Kevin Mann 

Stephen Martin 

Joseph Noone 

Elizabeth (Halsey) Wallace 

1985 

Total Gills: SF.n.l? 
Class Participation: 20% 

PRESIDENTS CIRCLE 
Paul John 

DEANS LIST 

S. William Hessert, Jr. 
Wendy von Fabriee 

ASSOCIATES' (LUB 

Dawn Dezii 
Jeffrey Harris 

CENTURA (TIB 

Wendy (DeYulis) Berdomas 

Patricia (Loomis) Burger 

Robert Burger 

Karen (Kolodziej) Creamer 

John Ernst, II 

Mark Finkelstein 

Mark GaNung 

Michael ECoester 

Stephen l.ogue 

Carl Marinaccio 

I arr\ Stern 

( ONTRIBl IORS 
Steven Albers 

Barbara (Dodd) Arnold 
Kenneth Bozzi 
Jacklyn (Monroe) Bryan 
Mark Bryan 
Heather Combs 
Charles Craigle 
Margret (DelBianco) Ernst 
David Getchell 
Mar. ( Yorio) (ireenberg 
Beth (Gorman) Hudson 
Mark Klemick 



Debra (Cordes) Kuhrt 

Karen (Norton) Miller 

Janet (Braun) Noone 

Suzanne (Nelson) Ocello 

Jane (Morey) Picardi 

Michael Pida 

Ronnetta Rider 

Carolyn (Mamrol) Ryan 

William Schroeder 

Kathleen (S>ko) Troy 

Paul Walsh 

Deborah (Gallawav) Youngblood 

1986 

Total Gifts: M.54I 
(lass Participation: 19% 

\ss()( IATES' CLUB 
Janice (Tick) Bigelow 
Elizabeth (Barrick) North 
Mark Sitler 

Jacqueline Weder 

CENTURY CLUB 

Scott Aderhold 
Kent Chapman 
Dodd Cummings 

Barbara (Burnett) Drum 

Brian Drum 

Robert Glunk. Jr. 

Todd Hinton 

Dawn Mele 

Helen (Fitzgerald) Quinn 

Kerri (Harkleroad) Sarver 

Jay Thomson 

Helen (Fortney) Yoas 

(ONTRIBl IORS 

Meg Altenderfer 

Cynthia Armstrong-Goodrich 

Gayle (Schuler) Clarke 

Robert Condie 

Cara (DeCord) Conville 

James Conville 

Michele (Seibert) Crow lev 

Eileen (Mackson) Del Rosso 

Patricia Dietrich 

Joseph Galayda 

Patricia (Dempsev) Hutchinson 

Lynn (Malzone) lerardi 

Kathleen (Conroy) Johnston 

Jeffrey Kantorowski 

Debra (Hammaker) l.andrum 

Ruth (Bargeri Leeds 

Kristy (Woods) Minkewie/ 

Lisa (Sholly) Neuhauser 

Mark Shebell 

Lisa (Muldowne) l Soliday 

Tamniv (Rhinehart) Strayer 

Andrea (Robbins) Temple 

Geralyn (Smith) Umstead-Singer 

Wendy (Gilson) Walter 

Judith (Cans) Young 

1987 

lotal Gifts: s?.()75 
(lass Participation: 16% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Jennifer (Sikora) Dianastasis 

Christopher Howell 



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DEANS LIST 
Heberton Fricke, III 
Jennifer (Winters) Hesserl 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
James Ellis 

David Klippel 

CENTURY CLUB 

Lawrence Barretta 

Christina (Poretta) Engel 

Elaine (Eck) Gallagher 

Lawrence Gallagher 

Craig Heal 

Matthew Jones 

Gary Pfaff 

Thomas Pietrzak 

Catherine (Gustafson) Schunder 

Michael Sellers, Sr. 

Tania Slawecki 

Alan Worth 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Susan (Mauery) Albers 

Kathleen (Muller) Altonen 

Dawn (Jenkins) Cheney 

Matthew Clarke 

Judith Donahay 

David Dunbar 

Matthew Dunning 

Julia (Carlyon) Greenblatt 

Robert Maloushek 

Ann Shields-Young 

Eileen (Cartwright) Vaihinger 

Michael Yacuboski 

1988 

Total Gilts: $48,738 
Class Participation: 21% 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
Jay Cleveland, Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Julie (Hottle) Day 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Steven Crawford 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Kimberley (Kaiser) Anstee 
John Compton, Jr. 

Curtis Hollenbaugh 
Penny Lenig-Zerby 

Jessica (Vannucci) Wheeland 
Patricia Whelan 

CENTURY CLUB 

Marilyn (Lindbloom) Barlow 

Denise (DeMary) Bottazzi 

Patrick Bottazzi, Jr. 

Holly (Annarella) Boylan 

Albert Burba 

T. Max Hall, HI 

Kim (Nagle) Heal 

Charles Kremer 

Lauri (Cero) Kremer 

Paul Lamendola 

Vanessa (Martens) Lamendola 

John Malasavage, III 

Lisa (Bruther) Mikovits 



Michael Montague 
Eileen (McDonald) Nardo 
James O'Malley. Jr. 
Stacey (Scheck) O'Malley 
David Rishcoff 
E. Eric Sives 
Elizabeth (Fravel) Sives 
Jacquelyn (Bernard) Wallis 
Brian Wascavage 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Cynthia Ceres 

Michelle (Donlon) Clickner 

Jennifer (Avers) Dubbs 

Nancy Ferraro 

William Frick 

Susan (Herrmann) Geyer 

David Gibbons 

Rhonda (Pressley) Heiges 

Mark Krebs 

Colleen McCallus 

Matthew McDonald 

Anthony McSwieney 

Dennis Meisel 

M. Michael Munford 

Maria (Giarrizzi) Pliska 

Karin (Sives) Roland 

Alicia (Arveson) Salmon 

Kenneth Schutz 

David Snyder 

Cynthia (Smith) Snyderman 

Sandi (London) Swales 

George Tomchick, III 

Bruce Vaihinger 

Kimberly (Petracci) Vorndran 

Wendy Wachter-Schutz 

1989 

Total Gifts: SI. 605 
Class Participation: 10% 

DEAN'S LIST 

Patricia (Duryea) Fricke 

CENTURA CLUB 

Carol (Thompson) Barrows 
Colleen (Gallagher) Burba 
James Conrad, I) 
Antoinette (Lettini) Montague 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Jennifer Behun 
Jodi (Richart) Duda 

Kendall Jones 

Gretchen Krawczyk 

George McGinley, Jr. 

Andrew Mooney 

Kelly (Kingsborough) Mooney 

Pamela (Schmouder) Munford 

Cathy (Schenck) Pickett 

Denise (Sargent) Plankenhorn 

Thomas Speicher 

Richard Von Culin 

Dianne (Emmons) Zanowicz 

1990 

Total Gifts: $5,530 
Class Participation: 19% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Joseph Wade 



DEAN'S LIST 

Eric Faust 

Heather (Franklin) Traphagen 

V. Peter Traphagen 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Robert Jackson 
Steven Lenz 
Allen Mills 

CENTURY CLUB 
Cheryl (Fisher) Barr 
Keith Barrows 

Jeffrey Edgerton 

Daniel Eigen 

Elizabeth (Boyle) Eigen 

Carolyn (Ronemus) Epler 

Vincent Grimes 

Eric John 

Karen (Poulton) John 

Lisa (Marcantuono) Kane 

James Lee, Jr. 

Aimee (McNeils) Ritter 

Lisa (Attig) Tarman 

Amy (Aherne) Van Thuyne 

Kurt Weirich 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Larry Geiswite 

Cheryl (Ward) Good 

Kimberly Heppe-Jones 

Millie (Sheatler) Kessler 

Jennifer (Secor) Koester 

Yvonne (Harley) Lehman 

Chad Lohman 

Tina (Kontz) Lord 

Dawn (Miller) Mosbacher 

Christine (Hocke) Plavier 

Beth Ann (Shoemaker) Scruggs 

Victoria Scudder 

Cara (Boyanowski) Serfass 

1991 

Total Gifts: $1,080 
Class Participation: 10% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Troy Erdman 

CENTURY CLUB 
James Dalaimo 

Joseph Gillespie. Jr. 
Danny Onorato 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Nicholas Barbieri 

Frank Damian 

Laura (Purcell) DeSmedt 

Gina (Lawruk) Dublin 

Jayne (O'Connell) Henderson 

Jennifer Hoover 

Paul Koester. Jr. 

Kathleen (Ely) Lybarger 

Alan Palmer 

Karen (Bellettiere) Pursel 

Stephen Sant 

Kelly (Webb) Turner 

Christine (Wirth) Wheary 

Keith White 

David Zerbe 



1992 

Total Gifts: $6,212 
Class Participation: 21",, 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Mark Ohlinger 

DEAN'S LIST 
Patrick Padden, Jr. 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

P. Kevin Brobson 
Elizabeth (Teets) Chalk 
Bradly Graffius 
Thomas Hartman, Jr. 
Nancy (Deeh) McGovern 
Laurie (Leutze) Miller 
Taunia (Halcrow) Oechslin 

CENTURY CLUB 

Scott Bray 

Julie (Makatche) Collins 

Thomas Fortnum 

Scott Heim 

Diane (Zurinsky) Himes 

Mindy (Sollenberger) Kehler 

Christine (Carabini) Lokitis 

Marijo (Mullen) Montgomery 

Meredith (Rambo) Murray 

John Oleniacz 

Caroline (Lanyi) Speicher 

Jeffrey Swope 

Jill (Rippeon) Wilds 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Erin (Hursen) Adams 

Patricia (Dornish) Beck 

Mary (Bowman) Behler 

Kelly (McLaughlin) Blake 

Robert Bower 

Karen (Rantuccio) Boyer 

Larry Boyer 

Megan (Roland) Cogan 

Beth (Lawrence) Conrad 

Susan (Boylan) Dickinson 

Renee (Erdley) Eakin 

John Frick 

Kerri (Bloom) Frick 

Joy (Womelsdorf) Garverick 

LeeAnn (Eicholtz) Gruver 

Amy (Atkinson) Hester 

Michelle (Marr) Jones 

Nancy (McEnery) Loughran 

Janet McDonald 

James Muth 

Amy (Shaner) Rogers 

Kimberly (Beck) Sarro 

Donald Stark 

Jeanene (Perry) Stark 

Susan (Vilello) Sutherland 

Jennifer (Krpata) Zelensky 

1993 

Total Gifts: $3,860 
Class Participation: 18% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Susan (Schmoke) Lineberger 



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Meredith (Rambo) Murray '92 



Meredith Murray has made gifts to the Lycoming Annual 
Fund every year since she graduated from Lycoming College 
in 1992. She believes in giving back to the institution that 
provided her with a quality liberal arts education. 



Lycoming Landscape 
Was Enlightening 



"I feel strongly about private education in general and Lycoming specifically," 
said Meredith. 

Following a college fair in Philadelphia, where Meredith met former Lycoming 
director of admissions Rita (Ciurlino) Detwiler '84, she made her first visit to the 
Lycoming campus. "My parents and I went to the open house," Meredith recalled, 
"walked into the admissions house, and Rita came walking down the steps and 
said, 'Meredith, I'm so glad you're here.' And you could have knocked me over with 
a feather." 

The hospitality Meredith experienced that day and the overall beauty of the campus 
solidified her interest in Lycoming College. 

"I liked the physical appearance of the College," said Meredith. "I remember saying 
to my parents, 'This looks like all those pictures you see in those college catalogs.'" 

When Meredith was selected to be the recipient of a scholarship, she knew instantly 
where she was going to be spending the next four years of her life. 

"Part of the reason I came to Lycoming is because I was offered a scholarship to 
attend there," said Meredith. "It was the assistance through the scholarship that was 
beneficial and helped me make the decision to come to Lycoming." 

Upon her graduation with a bachelor of arts in communications, Meredith worked in 
advertising at Oxford Communications in New Jersey for three years before moving 
into the non-profit sector. She is currently consulting with professional organizations 
of female fundraisers called Women In Development. 

Meredith continues to be active with the College by serving as chair of the 
Communications Committee of the Alumni Association Executive Board. 





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Meredith and her family reside in 
Roosevelt, New Jersey. She is 
married to John, a banker. She 
has two children, Katie, 4; Anna, 
3; and one stepson, Patrick, 16. 

Meredith's sister and brother-in- 
law, Kirsten (Rambo) and Jeff Al- 
Mashat, are 1994 graduates of 
Lycoming. 



Left lo right Katie, Jeff Al-Mashal '94, 
Meredith Rambo Murray '92, Kirsten 
(Rambo) U-Mashat '94, and Anna. 



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ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Shaun Chalk 
Joseph DeSimone 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anne (Krohner) Amundsen 

Patrick Barrett, Jr. 

Amy (Lloyd) Beaver 

Karin (Plummer) Botto 

John Dyer 

Kirk Felix 

Robert Frazier 

George Hetrick 

Chad Holt 

Brenda (Vroom) Oleniacz 

Krista (Pellino) Szark 

Daniel Taormina 

David Troutman 

Deborah (Norton) Valencia 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Amy (Day) Armstrong 

Stacey (Randecker) Bartlett 

Kevin Beck 

Amanda (Jones) Calviello 

Jennifer Cella 

Mario (Manciocchi) Chavez 

Phyllis (Barr) Cumberledge 

Nancy (Shangraw) DeSanto 

Joseph Faust 

Erica Hain 

Kathryn (Phillippy) Hawley 

Ben Heckman. II 

Craig Henninger 

Ravinder Kareer 

Kevin Kreamer 

Heather (Harris) MacGill 

Rachael McBryan 

David Mitchell 

Andrea Pickles 

D. Shawn Ream 

David Shangraw 

Steven Smith 

Christine (Hemrick) Sones 

Thomas Sperow 

1994 

Total Gifts: $7,570 
Class Participation: 21% 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Melinda (Rupert) Lamade 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Shannon (Keane) English 

DEAN'S LIST 

Eric Kratz 

Mary Ann Wagner 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Carol Lady 

Sean McLaughlin 

Peter Ressler. Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 
Sandra Barnhart 

Kristin (Rhinehart) Dyer 
Stephen Eldredge 
Erick Fortin 



Carmen Fullana 

Sandra (Groman) Gackenbach 

Yvette (Bower) Graver 

Gretchen (Forsht) Seyfried 
Melanie (Harris) Taormina 

Ying Zhang 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Richard Armstrong 
Edwin Beitz 

Ruth (Voris) Butler 
Nicole (Dalia) Case 
Walter Chubrick. Jr. 
Kathryn (Campomizzi) Clews 
Julie Dietz 
Deborah DiOrio 
Lynne Edwards 
Terri Elison 
Lynn Falvey 
Christopher Farrell 
Matthew Fawber 
Mary (Ayers) Feerrar 
Catherine (Geisinger) Hahn 
Leonard Hahn 
Matthew Henderson 
Susan (Dobson) Holmes 
Susan (Hoegel) Jorgensen 
Jeffrey McClintock 
Laura (Wood) Meisl 
Michael Murafka 
Christine Ohl-Gigliotti 
Timothy Oliver 
Yvonne (Ely) Renaud 
Debra Savidge 
John Shafer 
Robert Shoemaker, Jr. 
Tami (Mott) Shoemaker 
Kathleen Smith 
Joyce (Devore) Treas 

1995 

Total Gifts: $5,528 
Class Participation: 18% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Michelle Myers 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
David Briggs 

Julie (Corvi) Hartman 
Jason Stamm 
Vernon Zerby 

CENTURY CLUB 

Sally (Reibson) Cooper 
Bryan Dalesandro 
Amy (Gasswint) Downs 
Andrew Durkin 
Stephanie (Smith) Fortin 
Brenda (Dunn) Fuller 
Bradford Hartin 
Corey Hnat 
Jamie Jurgaitis 
Jennifer (Schmidt) Koehl 
Kristin Nash 
Jeffrey Oakley 
Sheila ( Willits) Paulhamus 
Stacey Reynolds 
Wendy (Benner) Ripley 
Mark Seyfried 



Kristi (Yerger) Smith 
Kimberly (Silzle) Thiele 

Howard Woodruff 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Kenneth Bergmann 

Carol Butters 

Timothy Dugan 

Brand Eaton 

Chad Erceg 

W. Dan Evancho 

Richard Gardner 

Bethany Gentile 

Karen (Eakin) Heckman 

Bradley Holmes 

Beth (Stokes) Jones 

Kathleen (Fronk) Kaufman 

Ronald Menello 

Christa Millard 

Kevin Milliken 

Gregory Seymour 

Melissa Smith 

Christine (Corriston) Villari 

Rocco Villari 

Brad Wertz 

Brian Wolfgang 

1996 

Total Gifts: $4,675 
Class Participation: 17% 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 
Brian Belz 

DEAN'S LIST 
Michael Charles 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Jeffrey Brook 
Matthew Houseknecht 
Kristie (Margevich) Ressler 

CENTURY CLUB 
Michelle Barry 
Stacey (Shaffer) Bray 

Marc Fawber 
Matthew Harris 
Caroline (Jacobson) Hartin 
Katherine (Burslem) Lambiaso 
Bonnie (Penman) Messick 
Colleen Mullen-Yerton 
Stacie (Birmingham) Pasco 
Andrew Updegraff 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Amy (Smith) Augustine 

Nicole (Guffey) Bailey 

Deanna Barthlow 

Keith Cadden 

Raven (Reasner) Cooley 

Alcides Cruz 

Justine (Girardi) Cruz 

Craig Durie 

Suzanne (Miller) Elliott 

Romey Fagnano 

Aaron Fitt 

Tanya (Burgess) Gower 

Darin Keim 

Jessica (Diehl) Knittle 

Kellie (O'Connor) Larkin 

Rebecca Lewis 



Tami (Sickles) McCartney 
Trisha (Muldowney) Palmer 
Stephanie (Kepler) Ranck 
Amy (McDevitt) Ruggiero 
Lisa Santoniello-Vacca 
James Saylor 
Sara Simcox 
Karen (Flook) Singh 
Jessica (Boyer) Stetts 
Julie (Emnett) Stoke 
Brian Wingard 

1997 

Total Gifts: $2,0.14 
Class Participation: 10% 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Amy Leonard 

CENTURY CLUB 
Michael Lambiaso 
Danyelle Nedrow 
Mark Rice 

Sharon (Gerace) Sechler 
Tennille (Metzger) Sontheimer 
Teresa Stackhouse 
Steven Verton 
Shawn Whitelock 
Jeanne Wilhelm 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Jeffery Adamus 
Jessica (Bixler) Bower 

Paula (Benarick) Fitt 
William Forse 
Joy Graeff 

Michelle (Forney) Heenan 
Jack Keihl. II 
Charles Kiessling 
Kerri (Weaver) Kime 
Tracey (Hawkins) Rebuck 
Tara (Smith) Reighard 
Sandra Richmond 
Rebecca (Moyer) Rudinsky 
Kimberly Schaffer 
Jessica (Cromer) Weigle 
William Wood 

1998 

Total Gifts: $2,786 
Class Participation: 13% 

DEAN'S LIST 
Brenda Bowser Soder 

CENTURY CLUB 
Heather Duda 
Charles Edmonds 
Jason Knight 
Kelly (Norton) Knight 
Joseph Longobardo 
Bryan Messick 
Matthew Pivirotto 
Dana (Dinger) Rice 
Lisa (Moore) Rivera 
Michele Soltis 
Amanda (Pfaff) Tipton 
Jack Yost 



CONTRIBUTORS 

Christa (Zimmerman) Anderson 

Dawn Birtch 

Jeffrey Cooley 

Matthew Cosgrove 

Matthew Cieorgy 

Jessica Godek 

Shannon (Matteo) Greene 

Tina (Bennett) Henry 

Heather Jacobs 

Jason Kline 

Megan (Oster) Montgomery 

Kathy (Roberts) Munkvold 

Nicole (Dzvonick) Nardi 

Allison (Hughes) Randall 

Julie (Breuninger) Regenski 

Pamela (Featenby) Roberson 

April Sparks 

Alicia (Hinkel) Stoner 

Colleen Swartz 

Lori (Bobb) Troutman 

Amy Turner 

Kellee (Rock) Unrath 

Kristen (Conrad) Whiteford 

1999 

Total Gifts: $3,623 
(lass Participation: 14% 

DEAN'S I ISI 

Gregory Bell 

Adina (Dziuk) Bingham 

CENTURA CLUB 

Bernadette (Ulrich) Boerckel 
Thomas Grace 

Timothy Hart 

Tara (Hunter) Heller 

Melissa (Dillman) Hendrix 

Joseph Keane 

Jason Keen 

Aaron McGaw 

Lisa Nichols 

Stephen Simchak, Jr. 

T. Marc Tipton 

Deanna Weidenhamer 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Trisha (Struebel) Adamus 

Robert Allen. Ill 

Sara (Breese) Apgar 

Seth Brahler 

Jane (Popham) Brosseau 

Rebekah Coleman-Brahler 

Jason Cook 

Nancy (DiDonato) Cook 

Wayne Dieffenderfer 

Janelle Foster 

Kimberly (Myers) Hunter 

Kimberly (Arlt) Kady 

Sean Keffer 

Meredith (Adams) Krouse 

Karen Lyons 

Thomas Mel high 

Stacey Mitchell 

Amanda Morgan 

Judy (Hunter) Niklaus 

Kelly (Sprow ) Pavelek 

Julie (Harris) Ranelli 

Joseph Regenski. Ill 

Caryn (Hagenbuch) Riffl 



Lisa Schnauffer 
Joshua Sivers 
Timothy Smith 
Christopher Stout 
Anthony Worrall 
Kimberly (Hafer) Yenner 

2000 

total Gifts: $7,495 

(lass Participation: 11% 

I Ul SHIS' ( [R< 1 I 
Morgan Kyte 

Dl Ws LIST 

Katie (Wuestner) Bell 

CENT! RY < I.UB 

Carrie Chamberlain 

Elizabeth Groft 

Philip Levesque 

Tia Magargle 

Candice (Dietterick) McGaw 

Justin Newkam 

Nicole (Pericich) Newkam 

Natalie (Cherry) Stevenson 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Azure (Reaser) Albeck 
Joseph Albeck. HI 

Robert Cosper. Ill 
Sean Cramer 

Jennie (Missigman) Crawford 
Ryan Gardner 
Jamie (Reeder) George 
Paula Jamsky 
Jud Kratzer 
Christopher Knner 
Christina (Ratulowski) Luers 
Amy (Galka) Mackrell 
Monica Marcinek-Lizzul 
Michael McGough 
Stefanie (Kachur) McGough 
Kelli (Ayres) McKeever 
Jelena (Todorovic) Meisel 
Eric Walker 

2001 

Total Gifts: $5,044 

Class Participation: 10% 

IKI sills' ( IRC1.F. 
Sarah (Wolferz) Kyte 

CENTURY CLUB 

Timothy Commerford 
Margaret Gerrity 
Anna (Bucher) Keane 
Melissa Keybida 
Brenda MacPhail 

CONTRIB1 lt)RS 

Leslie Baker 
Megan (Rockey) Cassell 
Jennifer (Shaible) Flint 
Janel Franson 
Jessica (Summers) Gehr 
Maryann Gil\ar\ 
Mindy (Gray) Glantz 
Lauren (Caldwell) Greene 



Amanda Grzeskowiak 
Tracy Haas 

Jamie (Umpstead) Hanford 
Bryan Laplante 
Sara McAfoos 
Joseph McCracken 
Christopher Micklitsch 
Jody Odell Zimmerman 
Kristopher Reed 
Kendra (Craig) Seaver 
Leanne (Shultz) Sil\is 
Tomi-Jo (Redell) Smith 
Brandon Sponaugle 
Megan Szentesy 

2002 

Total Gifts: S910 

Class Participation: 10% 

CENTURY CLUB 

Eric Chamberlain 
Stacy Howerter 

Annelise (de Richemond) Simchak 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Megan (Zimmerman) Ament 

Katrina Bloch 
Ellen Burns 
Tara (Tiley) Cary 

Joseph Connell 

Amanda Dunkle 

Andrew Eshleman 

Katie (Williams) Garber 

Jamie Hearn 

Deena Hower 

Erica (Moersehbacher) Kastner 

Alyssa Macri 

Jacob Malishchak 

Erin (Yeagle) McCormick 

Elizabeth McNassor 

Donna Mongiello 

Spring Moore 

Thomas Renner 

Jennifer Santa 

Anthony Segraves 

Amber Simchak 

Kristen Skvorak 

Brian Spies 

Andrea Yamarik 

2003 

Total Gifts: SI. 115 

( lass Participation: 8% 

ASSOCIATES' (II B 

Karen Costello 

CENTURY CLUB 

Amanda Brincgar 
Amanda (Kramer) Dutteret 
Gregory Hart. Jr. 
Sarah Mann 

CONTRIB1 l()RS 

Charlene Bartololta 
Elizabeth Brescia 
Jessica Feerrar 
Kimherlee Frerichs 
Siobhan Horton 
Karyn (Wright l Hughes 
Jennifer Kinne 



Sarah Martin 

Meredith Moersehbacher 

Tracy Peterson 

Amy (Beaver I Reed 

Fiona Richardson 

Elizabeth (Bumbarger) Segraves 

Jacqueline Stircs 

Nathan Tatro 

Julie Taylor 

Erin Walsh 

Melissa Wennberg 

Melissa Wert 

2004 

Total Gifts: Sl,060 
Class Participation: 9% 

\SSO( 1ATES' CLUB 

Jason Moran 

CENTl in (II B 

John Battaglia. Jr. 
Christine Colella 

CONTRIBI IORS 

John Bohn. II 
Kalherine Campbell 
Lauren Evangelist 
Jessica Fasolt 
Cassie Gordon 
Sarah (Johnson) Grieb 
Kimberly Hengst 
Kristin Hollenbach 
Sean Malone 
David Markowitch 
Christina Nestlerode 
Virginia Shank 
Erin Spencer 
Scott Sutton 
Clinton Swartz 
Bernardo Urdaneta 
Dana Veneziani 

2005 

lotal Gifts: S703 

(lass Participation: 6% 

ASSOUAN S' t I 1 B 
Jeremiah Harris 

CENTl RYCLl B 

Christian Shaffmaster 

CONTRIBI IORS 

Kirby Brookhart 
Ryan Brooks 
Kathleen (lark 
Kristen Dart 
Theresa (Black i Frb 
Carrie Firman 
Jason Grabelsky 
Caithn Herzog 
Erica Likens 
Kyleen I UJ 
Alicia Madigan 
Katherine Montague 
Maura Morgan 
Kc\in Socha 
Brandon Stewart 
Katherine (John) Slew art 
Laura Taylor 



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OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000 -$19,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$100 -$249 

$1 to $99 



Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



2006 

Total Gifts: S1.747 
Class Participation: 36";, 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Margaret Bortner 
Jason Malarchik 
Kelly Sykes 
Paul Zippel 

CENTURY CLUB 

Anne DiSante 
Lauren Watkins 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Emily Ambachtsheer 
Crystal Anderson 
Scott Baker 
Timothy Baker 
Lucas Baltz 
Summer Beretsky 
Jillian Bolesta 
Pamela Brown 
Stacey Brown 
Grant Burgoyne 
Philip Calhoun 
Angela Candito 
Karissa Capitan 
Nicole Carabello 
Christine Caroselli 
Josemar Castillo 
Derek Chaffee 
Kathryn Charnock 
Ashley Concini 
Michele Connors 
Robert Cook. Jr. 
Cassandra Cure 
Megan Cutrona 
Lauren Czabator 
Ellen DeBlock 
Chad Decker 
Lauren DeFreest 
Kevin Dennis 
Lindsy Dewalt 
Trevor Dolan 



Erin Downs 
Kyle Drake 
Cody Ensanian 
Timothy Eskridge 
Blair Failla 
Stephanie Falcioni 
Bradley Faust 
Mary Gantz 
Jacqueline Gauer 
Allison Gessner 
Tyler Gettmann 
Mark Greger, Jr. 
Michelle Griffiths 
Elizabeth Hartman 
Mackara Hem 
Jamie Henline 
Melissa Herman 
Jamie Hershey 
Erin Hoagland 
Kelly Howerter 
Jillian Johnson 
Lorie Jones 
Nesma Karedis 
Thomas Kiehl 
William Knapp 
Sarah Knowlden 
Amy Leso 
Mark Lipka 
Matthew Loughran 
Scott Lumbatis 
Andrew Lutzkanin, III 
Megan Maiolo 
Walter Makarucha, Jr. 
Bryan Makos 
Justine McCarthy 
Kimberly McDowell 
Siobhan Mclntyre 
Amanda Mills 
Jennifer Moran 
Tasha Mosconi 
Sean Murphy 
Bradley Musser 
Nhu Nguyen 
Heath Oberlin 
Niels Olsen 



Kate Petcavage 
Lacey Pietropaolo 
Terica Prater 
Heather Printz 
Rebecca Pugh 
Rachael Raughley 
Sarah Reck 
Kristen Reese 
Erin Robinson 
Mark Ross 
Peter Ruhl 
Elizabeth Sehi 
Peter Semanoff 
Christopher Shaw 
Gabrielle Slanina 
Katy Statler 
Renee Sutton 
Douglas Troxell 
Jessica Urick 
David Ward. Jr. 
Garrett Watkinson 
Troy Watson 
Lindsey Welch 
Lauren Wilson 
Marc Witowski 
Michael Wood 
Stacey Wood 
Melissa Wright 
Brian Yeager. Jr. 
Stamatis Zeris 




PARENTS OF ALUMNI 

AND CURRENT 

STUDENTS 

W. GIBBS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 
Sandra and Jay Cleveland, Sr. 
Charles L. Getchell 
Tina and Michael '63 Hayes 
Charlene and 
Roberts Shangraw '58, '0411 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 
Bess and Eph Baker 
Roger Kyte 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 
Carol (Grivner) '78 and 
Peter '78 Brown 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Jeanne and Timothy '65 Bingaman 
Paulette and Harry Gerard 
Irene and Robert Guellich 
Janet Hurlbert 
Paul John '85 

Kathleen and Daniel '73 Langdon 
Katharine and Robert Iannahill 
Pamela and David '76 Walsh 
Kay and Richard '66 Wienecke 
Ruth (Rendle) '67 and 
William Wood 

DEAN'S LIST 

Georgia and Clarence Burch 

Dawn and Anthony Carabello 



Marilyn and Richard Dennis 
Marie and Russel Duryea 
Lois and Andrew '59 Gross, Sr. 
Charlotte and Peter Isler 
Mary and Ernest Lausier 
Roxanne and John Murdock 
Susan and Robert '58 Rundle 
Marilyn H. Shull 
Lucinda and Kenneth Sterling 
Thomas A. Suit 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 

Jerry D. Allen 

Frances and Ronald '65 Blatchlev 

Anita and Mark Brown 

Peter J. Brown, Jr. 

Janet Buckle 

Diane and Kevin Carl 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Coyne 

Carol (Vaira) '71 and 

John '71 Crowe 
Kathleen and Leonard Czabator 
Thilaka and John Daniel 
Donna and Patrick Deitrick 
Helena Weller and Robert Dochney 
Maryanne and Michael Eskridge 
Martha S. Gleason 
Theresa and William Grace 
Norma Groman 
Susan and Joseph Hanna, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hart 
Marillyn and Dennis Henninger 
Patricia and Scott Holden 
Sally Hottle 
James Humphreys, Jr. 
Carolyn (Hanlon) '75 and 

Joseph '74 Kaczmarczyk 
Tammy and Joel Lyon 
Stephen Lyons, III 
Marie and Bob Messick 
Diane and Howard Moyer, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Parente 
Patricia and Carl '62 Reams 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Ritter 
Edna R. Scott 
Nancy and Roger Shipley 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sibello. Jr. 
Connie and Mark '86 Sitler 
Charlene and David Stahlnecker 
Donna and Philip Stroup 
Elizabeth and Donald Trotter 
Patricia and William Urosevich 
Patricia '88 and John Whelan 
Catherine and Frederick Wuestner 
Roberta and Barry '59 Verger 
Mary Louise and Carl 

Zimmerman 

CENTURY CLUB 
Diane and Jan Ackerman 
Anita and Daniel Aherne 
Kathy and Pieter Ambachtsheer 

Maureen and Jay Arvai 
Karol and Stanley Ayers 
Judith and Thomas Babbony, Jr. 
Cecelia and David Bartels 
Claire and John Baylor, Jr. 
Kay D. Bealer 

(Catherine and Marc Beauchamp 
Linda (Nunan) '77 and 
Stephan '77 Bell 



Rave (Francis) '78 and 
Thomas Bierlj 

Debra and Lance Bogash 

Donna and John Boland 

Teresa and Terry Bowersox 

Mr. and Mrs. Gale O. Boyer 

Paula and Richard Breese 

Jud) Briggs 

Lynn and Daniel Burgoyne, II 

Judith and John Caldwell 

Mona and David Calhoun 

Helen and Richard Campobasso 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Campomizzi 

Donald E. Casse 

Sara and Lindsa) Chamberlain 

Debi and .lames '69 Christie 

Dina and David Conkright 

Ann (Merritt) '59 and 

William '59 Corson 
Leslie Cowden '67 
Cynthia and James Crane 
Mar> and Ward Curtiss 
Karen and Louis l)a\. Jr. 
Sherry and Jerry Deacon 
Brenda and Joseph DeLuca 
Carol and Eugene Demcher 
Pain and Ronald Derr 
Mary Jo and Michael Dervos 
Kathv and David Dixon 
Romaine and Douglas Drake 
Linda and Charles '81 Duda 
Barbara E. Dunkle 
Judith and Read '67 Dunn. Ill 
Gerry and George Durisin 
Joan and Robert Easton 
Tammy and Thomas Ebert 
Jeanne and Norman English 
Marguerita and Rolando Espinosa 
Joyce and James Evans 
Sandra and Richard '56 Felix 
Linda and Paul Frantz 
Patricia and W. J. Gardner 
Mar) L. Gatehouse 
Carole and Norman Ciettmann 
loyce and Ke\ in Gilt'oy 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Gilmore 
Joan C . Gingrich 
Diane (Morgan) '75 and 

Rick '75 < .on/ah-/ 
Tamee and Laurence Graham, Jr. 
( arolyn and Larry Greene 
Patricia and Morris Gridley, Jr. 
Maria Gustal'son 
Claudia and Joseph llaile. Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James 1 1. mi am 
Joan liartnett 

Christobel and Donald llaulman 
Judy and Kenneth 1 law les 
Deirdre and William Herzog 
Wend) and Gregg Hess 
Debra and Ronald Hicks 
Rita and Dennis Hillssig 
Carol and Dave Hippensteel 
Lucille C. Molderied 
Marsha and Daryl Mull 
Joan and Thomas '64 Iredell 
Susan and Kenneth Jackson 
Kathleen and Victor Jacobs, Jr. 
Sandra Jansson 

Jamie and Richard Jasmski, Sr. 
Michael D. Jenkins 
Kathleen and Stephen Jersey 



Barbara L. Johnston 

Robyn and James Jurgaitis 

Denise A Kascic 

\li and Mrs. James B. Kcllcs 
John 1 . Kolaya 

Mar) and Stanlcs Kowalchick 
Anne Landon 
Jo \nn and Michael Lasko 
Susan and Joseph I awson 
Marion and Waller Lenz 
Lester Lubold 
Brenda and Robert Luchini 
Catherine and James MacPhail 
Diane and Thomas Macri 
Constance and Brian Mahoncs 
Mars anna and Richard Maloy 
Linda and James Manley 
Sheryl and Martin Mareinko 
Janice and Larry Maurer 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. May, Sr. 
Liliana and Daniel Mazziotta 
Linda and John McDonough 
Janice and Bernard McFadden 
Carol and Stephen McGair 
Christine and Fred McGillvray 
Mary Beth and Keith McKeever 
Catherine and Claude Mease 
Lynn and Joseph Milliken 
Rosemary and Richard Mirocco, Jr. 
Joan and Gregory Mocyk 
Susan and Francis Morsey 
Marijo and Robert Mullen 
Leesa and Robert Myhre 
Carol and John Nelson 
Scott Nevvkam 
Linda and Stanley Novidor 
Christine and George Osgood 
Kathryn and Tony Painter 
Barbara and John Partner 
Carol and J. Barry '62 Patterson 
Mars Anita (Peck) '63 and 

Robert '65 Paul 
(Catherine and Glenn Peterson 
Curtis Plotts 

Maryann and John Powers 
Barbara and Randall Pribble 
Linde and Joseph Pusateri. II 
Denise and Roy Repko 
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Reybitz 
Richard Rinesmilh, Jr. 
Yvonne and Robert Robinson 
Debbie Sandmeyer-Bryan '76 
Sharon and Edward Schaus 
Agnes and Wayne Seifert 
Susan and John Shaler 
Claire and Charles Shearer 
Eileen and Michael Sheehan 
Sheila A. Shinskie 
Roberta Shok 

Tacie and Howard Shupard 
Kathleen and 

Gregory Silenok, Sr. 
Yvonne (Shire) i '57 and 

John Smith 
Cynthia and Donald Sparks 
Jo and Joseph Spellman 
Karen and (Jars '72 Spies 
Cynthia D. Springman 
Deborah (Fox) '7-1 and 

W llfred Slackhouse 
Susan and Richard Stickel 
Susan and Richard Suhcn 



Irish and Curtis '74 Swaglet 
Patricia and Paul Swartz 

Karen and Michael las loi 

Joyce and Chester Telatovich 
Sandra and Das id Thomas 
Elizabeth and Howard Thompson 
( heryl and Carl Tomasello 
Maureen and Charles lb) 
Sheri and Joseph Traeey. Jr. 
Bogda and John LYojanowski 
Jeannine and William VanNorl 
Patricia and Kenneth Walsh 
Donna Weaver 
lima and Robert Weisel 
Roberta and Timoth) Welling 
Linda and Bans-Erik Wennberg 
Sharon and Brian Williams 
Elizabeth and Robert Winship 
Tammy and Gregor) Wislock 
Lori and Wayne Wismar 
Julia and Bryan Withington 
Barbara and Gary Womelsdorf 
Dawn and Howard '95 Woodruff 
Tanimie and James Wool 
Elsie and Russell Worobec 
Patricia and N. Scott Worrall 
Andrea (Bauer) '75 and 

Mark '77 Yerkes 
Donnel and Jack '98 Yost 

CONTRIBUTORS 
Judith and Howard Aburn 

Addy Jo and Kenneth Adams 

Jeralyn and Lanny Adams 

William Alexiou 

Lorri and Steven Amrom 

Carolyn and Jeffrey Andreas 

Eleanor and Valentino Andreoli 

Kerry and Steven Appel 

Cynthia and Frank Arenella 

J. M. Ayres 

Patricia and Robert Bailey 

Brenda and Earl Baker. Jr. 

Kimberly and Peter Baker 

Martha and Gary Baldwin 

Mars and Vjenceslas Ban 

Deborah and Terry Barnes 

Linda and Scott Basom 

Camille and Juergen Bauer 

Sewellen and Gary Bausinger 

Joe Bechdel 

Ruth Beemer 

James G. Beierlein 

Kathleen A. Beitler 

Marie and Gary Bell 

Sandra and Richard Bennett 

Sheryl and Das id '75 Bernard 

Cathy and Hans Betz 

Gail and Duane Billow 

Marguerite and Douglas Black 

Diane II. Blaski 

( hxistine and Robert Bloch 

Carol and Donald Bolig 

Mr. and Mrs lack I Boob 

Rhonda and Kevin Borden 

Frank J. Hoist 

Pamela and Richard Itolka 

Anne and Thomas Bow en 

Cath) and Bruce Bower 

Mi aiul Mrs I oren Bowel 

Ferry I.. Bowser 

Mona I.. Boyer 



Marline and Wilherl Branch 
Mars and I linnins lim-n 
Merrill and JelTres Brcighncr 
Barbara and Samuel Breining 
I orraine ( Brescia 
Michele Brice 
Debb) Brown 
Linda and 1 homas Brown 

Diane Brozzetti 

Paula Bugno 

Belle and Gerald Bulmahn 

Susan and John Busch 

( iloria and James Butler 

Linda and Geno Capitoni 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Carbaugh 

Cynthia L. Care) 

Roxannc and John ( asciano 

Deborah and Charles Chacosky 

Marie W. ( hancc 

Deborah and Ronald Chapman 

I homas Chenosseth 

Pamela and Louis ( icconi 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Clark 

Kathleen and ( iregor) < lark 

Michelle and Michael (las 

Betsy K. Clothier Brown 

Gerald S. C'lymer 

Suzanne and Richard ( olline 

Patricia and Louis Conned 

Sally and Edward Conrad 

JaAnn and William Conro) 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Cook 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cook 

Mary and Terr) < 'ook 

Harold D. C'orney Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Corriston 

Ora and James Corross 

Mary C. Cosgrove 

Jan and Allen Courtney 

Anne and Jerry C rompton 

Dana Cross 

Linda and John '53 Cruickshank 

Catherine and Warren Curd 

Brenda and Ebbs Cutrona 

Mar) and ( harles Dakshaw 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dalaimo 

Carole and William Dasti 

Suzann and Rands Davies 

Cynthia and I rederick l).i\ is 

Ann and Richard '67 Das is 

Teresa and I rO) I )as is 

Gail DeAngelis 

David Decker 

Nanc) and Kcsin Delreest 

Donald Deisher 

Vmber and Edwin Delcamp 
Edward Dellerl Jr. 
Dianne and I homas I >eloe 

Mane and Michael Dcmpsc) 
Kathleen and Thomas Detwilcr 
Nancs and Carl Dietterick 
Cathi and Martin Dillon 
Mars and R. M. Dolan 
Mr. and Mrs. Das id Downs 

Rita and John Driscole 

Joanne and Joseph Drosdak 

Joan and Daniel Duf'ner 

Dana M. Dunn 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter I . D/iuk 

Susan and Brand '95 Eaton 

Das id I I ck 

Anne K. F.hrke 



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Linda and Alan Eickhoff 
Linda and Paul Eisner 
Bette and Richard Ek 

Donald J. Ely 

Hildegard and Thomas Ely 

Susan and Willliam Ely 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Emnett 

Susan English 

Patricia and David Epler 

Anthony G. Erceg 

Linda and Raymond Eriksen 

Lisa and Russell Eshelman 

Marguerite and Kenneth Evangelist 

Tanya and James Evans 

Cheryl and Arthur Fahey 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon G. Farr 

Susan Farr 

Sheryl and Timothy Fast 

Bom and William Faust 

Barbara and Craig Fawber 

Jane and Joseph Featro 

Ann and John Fedor 

Nancy and Joseph Feerrar 

Christine and Neil Feerrar 

Maryann and Frank Fetterolf 

Cheryl and Jeffery Fiedler 

Elaine and Richard Flad 

Martha Fontana 

Emily and Donald Fortnum 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell P. Foster 

Jane and Anthony Fox 

Joan and Thomas Frangione 

Mary and Charles Franson, III 

Donna and Kenneth Frederick 

Doreen and David *71 Frey 

Susan and Timothy Frey 

Carol and Robert Furman 

Linda and Thomas Galka 

Ilene Gallagher 

Dorothy and James Gallagher 

Deborah and John Garritano 

Suzanne and Paul Gavlock 

Marie and Lewis Gaydon 

Lila and Charles Gehr 

Robert Gehret 

Barbara and William Giarratana 

Susan and Dana Gibson 

Carolyn and George Gilbert 

Cheryl and Joseph Girio 

Elizabeth and Francis Glassic 

Virginia and Stanley Godek 

Lynn and Gerald Goldman 

Dale and Carleton Goodnow 

Deborah Goodwin 

Bess and Harry Gorman, Jr. 

Amy and Glen Grabelsky 

Carolyn A. Grecco 

Gary Grecco 

Karen (Shafer) "75 and Jeryl Green 

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Greim 

Ardyth E. Gressel 

Michele and Thomas Grieves 

Betsy Taylor and Bradley Griffie 

Nancy and David Haines 

Joann and Edward Haladay 

William Hall 

Mary and Randy Hamblin 

JoAnn and Michael Hartshorne 

Antoinette and Duanne Harvey 

Shelby and Kenneth Haverstick 

Ann and John Hayden 

Susan and Kris Hayden 



Jolie and James Heaton 
Carolyn and Kenneth Heiserman 
Sally and William Heist 
Esther and Michael Hengst 
Leigh and Mark Heritage 
Kathryn and John Herrick 
Nancy A. Hewitt 
Fred Hickok '76 
Mary and Emmett Higginbotham 
Jeanmarie Higgins 
Beverly and Stephen Holmes 
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Holzhauer 
Rosemary and Robert Houck 
Lorraine and Lester Howerter 
Sherry Huff 

Carol and Michael Hughes 
Joyce and Charles Hulbert 
Laura and Dennis Hunter 
Valerie and Robert Hutton 
Judith and Richard Isgate 
Karen and Thomas Jacobi 
Eilene and Thomas Jacobs 
Mary K. Jamsky 
Renee and Gil '80 Johnson 
Catherine and Richard Kaiser 
Kathleen and Toms Kampe 
Theresa and George Karam 
Jackie and Peter Kauffman 
Brenda and Carl Keech 
Nancy and C. Frederick Keffer 
Evelyn and Ronald Keister 
Jane Keller 

Janine and Daniel Kelly 
Beth and Charles Keys, Jr. 
Margaret and Jeffrey Kimble 
Penny and Peter King 
Teresa and Harold Klahre 
Thomas A. Kline 
Mary and Keith Knapp 
Catherine and Jeffery Kneedler 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Kohler 
Loree and John Komsa 
Dorene and Joseph Kopesky 
Donna C. Kosalka 
Lisa and Joseph Kosciuk 
Linda and Gary Kratochvil 
Nancy and William Krous 
Sally Kuhns 
Jerol D. Kulp 

Anne and Ronald Kuntzleman 
Tina and James Laky 
Tina Lando 

Eleanor and Joseph Laver, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lawruk 
Linda and Donald Lawson 
Karen and Jerry '78 Leader 
Julie (Eighmey) '78 and 
William '79 Leffler, Jr. 
Vanessa and John Leineweber 
Linda and Larry Leisey 
Karen and Patrick Lello 
Judy and Wayne Lenhart 
Andrea and Charles Leonowicz 
Louise and Robert Lerch, Sr. 
Diane and Francis LeSage 
Diane and Craig Leslie 
Sandra and Mark LeVan 
Arlene F. Lickman 
Elwood L. Liddick 
Judith and Douglas Liguori 
Joanne R. Lim 
Linda and Jay Lockard, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. William Lockhart 
Margaret and Cloyd Lohr 

Pamela and Arthur Lopez 
Ann and Marc Lovell 
Hollis and Jeffrey Lucas 
Patricia and Ronald Lucas 
Thelma and Benjamin Luci 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lyons 
Melaney and James Mackin 
Debra and David Madigan 
Dorothy and Thomas Madonna 
Emily D. Maiolo 
Melinda and Rodney Malarchik 
Dawn and Boyd Malkin 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mangan 
Eleanore and Charles Mann, Jr. 
Martha and John Marek 
Grace and Robert Markowitch 
Candace and Jeffrey Martin 
Sheryl and Melvin Martin 
Leslie and David Masland 
Cynthia and David Matter 
Kathleen and Anthony Matukonis 
Cynthia Mayer 
Hilda and Nicholas Mayhevv 
Valerie and John '74 Mazzante 
Barbara S. McAfoos 
Diane and Michael McCauley 
Terrie and William McColl 
Gloria and Robert McCollin 
Frances and David McConnell 
Linda and Jon McCormick 
Gloria and Ronald '71 McElwee 
G. Donnon McGinley 
Teresa and Robert McGinnis 
Kimberly L. McPherson 
Sharon Meade Gower '74 and 

Willard Gower 
Carol and William Mehaffey 
Nancy and John Mendez 
Nicolina and John Mendolia 
Joanne and Lee Mengel 
Charlene and Wayne Menzel 
Patricia and Jeff Merwine 
Janice and Joseph Messina 
Margaret and Lawrence Meston 
Janis and Nicholas Miele 
Dale H. Miller 
Gayle and Dallas Miller 
Daniel Miller 
Lisa and Lester Miller 
Carol and Ralph Miller 
Sharon and Ronald Miller 
Tara and Eric Miller 
Carol and Marlin Milliken 
Marsaleen and Joseph Miriello 
Maria (Testa) '67 and 

Lawrence Missigman 
Laurel and Richard Mitchell, Jr. 
Mary and Paul Moerschbacher 
Joanne and David Mondell 
Donna and Thomas Montague 
Nora Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore 
Leslie M. Moran 
Susan and Preston Morgan. Jr. 
Mary and David Morris 
Susan and John Morris 
Regina and John Murphy 
Karen and Robert Musser 
Carol and Frank Nafey 



Philomena and 
Alexander Nagurney, Jr. 

Terri and Joseph Nairn 
Patricia and Phillip '67 Nash 
Marie and William Naulty 
Roberta and Joseph Nohai, Sr. 
Sarah and Cornelius Noone 
Melodie and Joseph Novak 
Marion and Walter Nyman 
Margaret and Roger Oberlin 
Carol and James Ohlinger 
Katherine and Niels Olsen 
Maureen and James Osborne 
Lynn and William Osmun 
Linda and Murray Ott 
JoAnn and Timothy Palmatier 
Connie and Jerry Parsels 
Kathleen and Walter Patrick 
Mary and Miles Patterson, III 
Amy J. Patton 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Pellino 
Joanne and Bernard Perch 
Penny and Roy Peterman 
Joyce and David Peters 
Amy and Otto Peters 
Ursula Peters 
Cheryl E. Peterson 
Sue (Cooper) '73 and 

Daniel '73 Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. Petrosky 
Ellen and Dennis Phillippy 
Ethel and Roy Phillips, III 
Theresa and Robert Pinto 
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Pleitner 
Natalie and Jeffrey Popham 
Rosemary K. Poppe 
LouAnn and Robert Porter 
Edward Postaski 
Daleta (White) '70 and 

Eugene Potten 
Marjolyn and David Price 
Karin and Dennis Przyjemski 
Elizabeth and Robert Pugh, Jr. 
Sally and Charles Purosky, Jr. 
Barbara and Richard Rambo 
Sharon and Nicholas Raymond 
Laura and James Reed 
Patricia and William Reed 
Wendy and Gary Reeder 
Carol and Eric Reff 
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rehm 
Mary and Jack Reich, Jr. 
Mary and Jeffery Reiprich 
Susan and Reick Rhed 
Juanita and Theodore Rhodes 
Barbara and Gary Rice 
Amy L. Rickert 
Larry Robinson 
Wendy and William Robinson 
Donna and Stanley Rock 
Kim and Carl Rockwell 
Sharon and Jesse Rodgers, Sr. 
Cheryl and Curtis Roelle 
Marylee and David Romanoski 
Rose and Frank Ross 
MaryAnn and 

Samuel Rumberger, III 
Sandra and John Rupprecht 
Betty and Bruce Russell 
Edith and Wallace Ryall 
Margaret A. Sallsgiver 
Jeanne and Edward Sayce 



Dcbra L. Savior 

Linda and Edward Scanlan 

Mr. and Mrs. William Schankel 

Jeanne and Ronald '72 Schellhase 

Fay and Waller Schlenner 

Leona and Howard Sehmouder 

Linda and Keith Schoonover 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Scudder 

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Selvenis 

Evelyn and Gene Semanoff 

Dona and Roland Seward 

Ava and Keith Seymour 

Susan L. Shaffer 

Lansdale and Frederic Shaffmaster 

Mr. and Mrs. David Shearman 

Diane and Cordon Sheriff 

Geraldine and Rick Shettle 

Maria and Donald Shiftier 

Lisa and David Shiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll L. Shorn 

Karen and Charles Shultz 

Ruth and Joseph Sieger. Jr. 

Sharon and Mark Silks 

Robert Silzle 

Susan and Patrick Singer 

Rosann Sitkus 

Arlene C. Sivers 

Patricia and Edward Sives 

Lisa and James Skillington, III 

Marina and Edward Slavin, Jr. 

Beverly and Charles Slemmer 

Darl and Doug Smith 

Marianne and Edward Smith 

Donna and George Smith 

Melissa and Leroy Smith 

Mary Smith 

Thomas D. Smith 

Becky and Joseph Socha 

Marybeth and Glenn Speicher 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Speicher 

Martha E. Speicher 

Virginia and Randy Spencer 

Luanne Spooner 

Maxine and Carl Stahl 

Carol and Terry Stehr 

Kathleen and John Steuer 

Constance and Edward Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Straus 

Jill and Douglas Stuhhs 

Nancy and Michael Sullivan 

Rose and Charles Sutton 

Kathleen and Herman Swartz 

Gloria and David Sykes 

Holly and Thomas Tagliaferri 

Sandra Tanger '72 

Beth and Gary Taylor 

Elaine and Dennis Tellep 

Diane and Walter Thomas 

Margaret and 

Douglas '71 Thompson 
Kimberly and Robert Thompson 
Lori and Lynn Tiedgen 
Roy Tiley 

Catherine and James Tribo 
Myra and James Troutman 
Beverly and George Tuggle 
Virginia S. Tully 
Patricia A. Turner 
Jacquelyn and Robert Tyrseck 
Lynda and Marvin Vanderbilt 
Theresa and Michael Vandevander 
Joel Venturini 



I nul.i and Joseph Vtcari 

Beverly and Richard \ illamil. Jr. 

Mark Volz 

Charlene and Jeffiev Wadhngcr 

John E. Wagner 

Janet and Jeffrey Wahoskj 

Jaynel and Wayne Walter 

Agnes and James Ward 

Ina and Terry Warner 

Deborah Watkins-Parker 

Paula and Dale Weatherill 

Jud) and Terry Weaver 

Linda and Wayne Weaver 

Deborah and Clifton Webster, III 

Michael Q. Weisbrod 

Claudia and William Welbourne 

Linda and Robert Wendt, Jr. 

Helen and Roger Wert/. 

Dottie and Mark Wettstem 

Anne Wheeler 

Catherine Wheeler 

Roberta and Lynn W heeler 

Nancy and Dennis Whitko 

Theresa and Arthur Wiest. Jr. 

Marvin W'illits 

Gail and Michael Wilson 

Susan and William Wingard 

Linda and Bruce Wingerden 

Nancy and Steven Winthrop 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Wojtal 

Tracey and Randy Wolfe 

Peggy and Bruce Wolferz 

Kathryn and Glenn Wood 

Kathleen and Gerald Woomer 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Yamarik 

Randy Yaple 

Vicki and Dale Yingst 

Ida and David Zan 

Sophia and Andreas Zeris 

Paula and Ronald Zippel 

Dolores and Mark Zoller 




FRIENDS 

W. CIBBS \IC kl \\l , ( IRC IE 
Anonymous 

Estate of Florence Backenstoss 

Robert Cohen 

Daniel Fought 

Joanne Haberberger 

Daniel Hawbaker 

Tina Hayes 

Estate of Jane Henninger 

Joyce Lee 

Mrs. Frank Lowry deceased 

Joyce Lynn 

Carol Sides 

K)l NDER'S CUM I I 
Anonymous 

I mi 1 1 \ and James Douthat 
Joyce Hershberger 

Margaret and John Horrigan. Jr. 
I state of Elizabeth W. Pennington 
Marian and Walter Schell 



TRUSTEES' CIRC I I 

Maureen and Patrick Care) 

Estate of K. Alan 1 limes 
Nannetle Krapf 
I link l.undy 
Sj K i.i Mase 

Margaret and John Piper, Jr. 
Estate of Frances Knights Skeath 
Shirley Springman 

(II URMAN'S CIRCLE 
Suzanne and David Bahl 
Regina and Leonard Collins 

Sue and Michael Gaylor 

Eduardo Guerra 

Hazel Hebe 

Lynn and Larry Jackson 

Ann and Don l.arrabee, II 

Phyllis and Robert '88H Yasui 

Judith Youshavv 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Ruthanne and Timothy Crotty 

Richard Curd 

Mollv and Robert Daly 

David Fisher 

Lynne and Frank Cirardi, Sr. 

Estate of Mary Odell Grein 

Judith and Robert Griesemer 

Susan and Neil Irons 

Kathleen Langdon 

Margaret L'Heureux 

Gloria and Richard Lundy, Jr. 

Ann Pepperman 

Eleanor and Henry Perciballi 

Carolyn Rocco 

Henry Rohrer 

Nancy and John Schreyer 

< .ail and James Spencer 

Elizabeth and Philip Sprunger 

Bharta and Hani Tuffaha 

Anne YanDusen 

Mary and Marshall Welch, Jr. 

D. Frederick Wertz '69H 

Gail and Melvin Zimmerman 

1)1 vVS I IS I 
Susan Beidler 

Joseph Cramer 
Susan and John Danella 
Christine Himes 
Jane and John Lindsay. Jr. 
Rebecca and Robert Lindsay 
Pauline and George McGee 
Marilyn and ( liarles McLane. Ill 
Marilyn and Robert Miller 
David Steinbaeher 
Claire and Joseph Strouse 
Jennifer and Patrick Wilson 
Jean and Jack Wool 

VSSOC1 \ I I S' CLUB 

June Aisled 

i onnie and Warren Baldw in 

Sara Bartlett 

Pan ii i.i Bausinger 

Ruh> and Byrnes Belk 

Pamela and Robert Brobson 

Peter Brown, Jr. 

Barbara and James Buedel 

I mi Carter 



Susan Curry 

( hristme and Christopher Daly 

Elisha Da\ ics 

Kaitlin Deptula 

Jada Faulkner 

David Franz 

Jennifer Fulton 

Michele and ( iregory ( Irieves 

Susan and Matthew Haberberger 

Susan llartianll 

Jean and dan I lessen 

Garert Heysel 

J. and Samuel Hot! 

Carolyn and Joe Hume 

Jar a and Donald '7911 Kirk 

Trisha and I . Patrick Mart) 

Lauren McCawlcy 

lohn Meikrantz 

Tracy and James Miles 

Maria Millen 

Barbara and Daniel Miller 

Katherine Piccolo 

Ellen and Chester Pnbhle 

Betty Jo and Larrv Pntchett 

Aloys Rode 

W. Patrick Schcmery 

J. David Smith 

Darlene Spencer 

Darlene and Paul Sutcliffe, Jr. 

CENTURY CI I B 

Robert Baldu in 
Diane and Frank Brennan 
Monica Briess 
Betty and Bruce Buckle 
George I '.in man 
William Butts 
Mary and David Carlino 
Maria and James Casale 
Sara and Timothy Case 
William Cavanaugh 
Max l hapman. Jr. 
James Cooper 

Florence and Maurice C opello 
Noel and Robert Curtis 
Ro and Peter DePasquale 
Sarah and Joseph Desmond. Jr. 
Betty Diehl 

Joyce and Jack Diehl, Jr. 
Christen Ditzler 
Kav and Allen Ertel 
B. Lynn Estomin 
Stephen Evving 

June and J. Robert Fahnestock 
Kathleen and Peter I ink 
Sarah Foster 
Doroth) Fridaj 
E. Haas Gallaway, Jr. 
Alka Gandhi 
Jud) Girardi 
\m\ and Richard Golahny 

Geoffre) Gordon 

I dward Grambo, Sr 

Da\ id I lale) 

Patricia and Gerald Hammaker 

ressie Hartle 

Mar) and Daniel Hartsock 

Esther and Thomas Henninger 

C hris and Owen Herring 

James Holland 

Nanc) and Rudolph I loll/man 



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OVERALL GIFT RECOGNITION LEVELS 



W. Gibbs McKenney Circle 
Founder's Circle 
Trustees' Circle 
Chairman's Circle 
President's Circle 
Dean's List 
Associates' Club 
Century Club 
Contributors 



$20,000 and above 

$10,000-519,999 

$5,000 - $9,999 

$2,500 - $4,999 

$1,000 -$2,499 

$500 - $999 

$250 - $499 

$100 -$249 

$1 to $99 



Those who have contributed to the College for four or more 

consecutive years are recognized with bolded names. 

Thank you for your loyalty to Lycoming College. 



Maramonne and 

Gerry Houseknecht 
Beverly and 

J Marco Hunsberger 

Wesley Johnson 

Chip Johnston 

Oscar Knade 

Bonita Kolb 

Leigh and Frank kuhn. Jr. 

Kathy and Robert Larson 

Jane and Theodore Larson 

Grace and Howard Lecates 

Thomas Long 

Jamie and Bill Lowthert 

Fattaneh and Mehrdad Madresehee 

Dorothy and Robert Maples 

Carolyn and Joseph McCullough 

Chriss McDonald 

Pedie McDonald 

Rebecca and Merl Miller 

V. Kim Mills 

Linda and Richard Morris 

Sharon and Jeffrey Newman 

Marilyn and Joseph Neyhart 

Jessica Noel 

Mary Paternostro 

Robert Patterson 

Eileen and Anthony Peluso 

Marsha and Thomas Person 

Fran and Donald Pfaff 

Ann and Birch Phillips, Jr. 

Joseph Pierce 

Diane and Charles Plankenhorn 

Charles Platl 

Valerie and Robert Postal 

Mary and Wayne Ramsey 

Margaret and James Redka 

Mary and Donald Rosenbaum 

Therese and Michael Roskin 

Flora and Paul Rothrock 

Brenda and Thomas Schmick 

S. Juanita and Robert Shaw 

Katherine Shimer 

Sandra and Gary Shultz 

Carole and Richard Smith 



Joanne and John '92H Stamm 

Katherine and Arthur Sterngold 
Marie and Walter Strain 
William Strasburg '70H 
Dorothy Streeter 
Charles Szybist 
Jacqueline Szymanski 
Wendle Taggart 
Pamela and Mark Temons 
Marion Thompson 
Georgina and Richard Turton 
Joy and Michael Utberg 
Deborah and Robert Wallace 
Rita Walter 
Kevin Wenk 

Roselise and Harold Wilkinson 
Joyce and Charles Wilson 
Mary and Michael Wolf 
Donna Woodland 
Naomi Woolever 
Dorothy Wynne 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Patrick Ambrosio 

Charles Artman 

Heather and David Ash 

Melody and Donald Bartlett 

Maria Basom 

Mariel and Nash Basom 

Ruth and William Basom 

Ina Bechtol 

Anne and Timothy Beck 

Mary Beers 

Holly Bendorf 

Raymond Benner 

Kimberly and Eugene Bennett 

Nancy and Henry Berkheimer 

Karen and John Blaschak 

Dolores and Francis Blasick 

Thomas Blasick 

Virginia Bower 

Cindy and Mark Bowman 

Mary and Donald Breneisen 

James Bressler 

Terri and Robert Brewer 



Joseph Brown. Jr. 

Jonathan Butterfield 

Helen Calehuff 

Michele and William Cambardella 

Bonnie and James Carey 

Connie and Michael Casale, Jr. 

Sara and Richard Case 

Sharon and William Castle 

Amy and Cullen Chandler 

Feiming Chen 

Anna Chiglinsky 

Geraldine and Charles Cole 

Michael Collins 

Terry Conrad 

Elizabeth and Howard Cowles 

Mary Davenport 

Linda and Richard Derios 

Jean Dickey 

Robert Eddinger 

Daniel Erhard 

Maxine and David Everett 

Judith and John Fairis 

Gayle Falk 

Marsha and Marshall Fisher, Jr. 

Nancy and Daniel Foresman 

Audrey and Edward Gabriel 

Lenora and Peter Georges 

Margaret and Brian Graham 

Hilda and Robert Graham 

Robert Haines 

Patricia Haladay 

Kathryn and Boies Hall 

Pat Hartranft 

Diane Hassinger 

Janet and Norval Hawkins 

Sharon and John Hayes 

Gerald Heilman 

Lucy and C. Bruce Henry 

Isabella and David Heyman 

J. H. and D. O. Holmes 

Corey Holobetz 

Candace and Lawrence Jagielski 

Ellen and Steven Johnson 

Kathryn and Thomas Kane 

Joan Kantrowitz 

Judith Keesbury 

William Keiser 

Clara Ellen and Larry Kemmerer 

Anne and Scott Kennell 

Nancy Kephart 

Sandra and Bob Kingery 

Freda Kisberg 

Gary Klees 

Robin and Geoffrey Knauth 

Emily and Richard Kraft 

Sandra and Richard Lakey 

Tina and James Laky 

Nyali Lalugba 

Wanda and Dennis Lannan 

Dorothy Lechner 

Maria and Andrew Leiter 

Linda and Ralph Long 

June and O. Charles Lull 

Jennifer MacDougall 

Judy and John Magee. Jr. 

Melissa and Charles Mahler 

Lawrence Mannolini. Ill 

Debra and Michael Martinozzi 

Donna and C. Ralph McEm 

Jean McKernan 

Jane and Charles Miller 

Jane Miller 



Laura and Steven Miller 

Marjorie and David Mobberley 

Lucille and Brooks Nancarrow 

Patricia and John Neely 

James Nekoloff 

Heather Nelson 

Elizabeth and Edward Nemeth 

Michael Ochs 

Harry Peelor '63H 

Julie and Michael Person 

Jeremie Pierce 

Lois and Philip Pierce 

Stuart Pierce 

H. Wynn Pletcher 

Linda and William Poulton, Jr. 

Ruth and Franklin Poust 

Antoinette and James Pysher 

Lisa and David Quell 

Debra and Jeffrey Ranck 

Michael Reeder 

Heather and Gene Remoff 

David Rizzo 

John Roberts 

Edith Robinson 

Stephanie Ross 

Susan and Robert Ross 

Theresa Ruppert 

Kathryn Ryan 

Elaine and Edward Salvetti 

Joseph Santoleri 

Mary and Bruce Savoy 

Jennifer and Mark Schmid 

Anna Seaman 

Carol Seiwell 

Betty Silvain 

Sherryl Skipper 

Margaret and Steven Sleboda 

Marion and Donald Slocum 

Donna and George Smith 

Marilyn and Dan Smith 

Paula and William Smith 

Carol and Larry Snook 

Carol and Clifford Soucy 

Elmer Staats '82H 

Joyce and Charles Stahl 

Martin Stepper 

Leayn Stockdill 

Beverly Talladay 

John Tamalis 

Patricia and Fred Thayer 

Joanne Tulonen 

Anna and Reino Tulonen 

Jean Vaccaro 

Gertrude VVainger 

Robin Westling 

Connie Whitehill 

Diane and John Willhoyte 

Jessica and Jonathan Williamson 

Heidi and David Wilson 

Patricia and Richard Wittig 

Rosalyn and David Woodrow 

Jane and Donald Wool ford 

Estate of Mary A. D. Worthington 

Jeanne and William Yaggi 

Cui and Dongbo Yin 

Margaret and Allan Young 

Joann Zuber 








FACULTY AND STAFF 

FOUNDER'S CIRC1 I 

James Douthat 

TRUSTEES' CIRCLE 

John Piper. Jr. 

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE 

Regina Collins 

Sue Gaylor 
Lynn Jackson 
Don Larrabee. II 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Dale Bower '59 
Molly Daly 
David Fisher 
Frank Girardi. Sr. 
Robert Griesemer 
Janet Hurlbert 
Jeffrey Rauff "72 
James Spencer 
Philip Sprunger 
Richard Wienecke '66 
Melvin Zimmerman 

DEAN'S LIST 
Susan Beidler 

Amy Cartal-Falk '74 
Carol Johnson '84 
Wayne Kinley '69 
Jennifer Wilson 
Jean Wool 

ASSOCIATES' CLUB 
Jerry Allen 

Patricia Bausinger 
Robert Brobson 
Barbara Buedel 
Diane Carl 
Tim Carter 

Robert Curry, Jr. '69 
Susan Curry 
Garett Heysel 
Tracy Miles 
Daniel Miller 
Jason Moran '(14 
Howard Moyer, Jr. 
Larry Pritchett 
W. Patrick Schemers 
Roger Shipley 
John W helan, Jr. 

CENTURY CLUB 

Keith Barrows '90 
Gary Boerckel 

Sara Case 
Max Chapman. Jr. 
Christen Dit/ler 
Charles Edmonds '98 
B. Lynn Estomin 
Stephanie Fortin '95 
Alka Gandhi 
Amv Golahnv 



David Hales 
Daniel Hartsock 
Esther Henninger 
Owen Herring 
Maramonne Houseknecht 
J. Marco Hunsberger 
Sandra Jansson 
Michael Jenkins 
Wesley Johnson 
Bonita Kolb 
l.auri Kremer '88 
Anne Landon 
Robert Larson 
Thomas Long 
Jamie Lowthert 
Mehrdad Madresehee 
Robert Maples 
Chriss McDonald 
Rebecca Miller 
Richard Morris 
Jeffrey Newman 
Mary Paternostro 
Eileen Peluso 
Curtis Plotts 
Valerie Postal 
Michael Roskin 
Brenda Schmick 
Gary Shultz 
Cynthia Springman 
Arthur Sterngold 
Melanie Taormina '94 
Donna Weaver 
Joyce Wilson 
Donna Woodland 

CONTRIBUTORS 

Richard Adams '77 
Lorri Anirom 
Melody Bartlett 
Holly Bendorf 
Eugene Bennett 
Henry Berkheimer 
Terri Brewer 
Joseph Brown. Jr. 
James Carey 
Cullen Chandler 
Richard Derios 
Marshall Fisher. Jr. 
Kathy Furman 
Edward Gabriel 
Stephen Griffith 
Robert Haines 
Patricia Haladay 
Murray Hanford 
Diane Hassinger 
Richard Hughes 
Steven Johnson 
Michelle Jones '92 
Jane Keller 
Scott Kennel! 
Margaret Kimble 
Sandra Kingery 
Robin Knauth 
Eldon Kuhns. II '70 
Richard Lakes 
Andrew Later 
Ralph Long 
Charles Mahler 
Lawrence Mannolini. Ill 
( wiihia Mayer 
Erin McCormick '02 
C. Ralph McErn 



Tara Miller 
Maria Missiginan '67 
James NekololT 
Ruth Poust 
Gene Remoff 
Susan Ross 
Kathry n Ryan 
Mary Savoy 
Jennifer Schmid 
Beth Ann Scruggs '90 
Das id Shangrasv '93 
Donald Slocum 
George Smith 
Marilyn Smith 
Fred Thayer 
Roberta Wheeler 
Jonathan Williamson 
Cui Yin 



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BUSINESSES. 

CORPORATIONS AND 

FOUNDATIONS 

W. (.II5BS MCKENNEY CIRCLE 

George I. Alden Trust 
I.I!. Smith Educational 
Foundation 

NORAMCO 

Robert M. Sides Family Music 
Center 

l()l NDER'S CIRCLE 

Arbee Limited Partnership 
Citizens & Northern Bank 
Cleveland Brothers Equipment 

Company 
Cora L. Brooks Foundation 
Fidelity, Charitable Gift Fund 
M&T Bank 

M&T Charitable Foundation 
Sodexho 
The Degenstein Foundation 

IRISHES' CIRCLE 

Chester Counts Community 

Foundation, Inc. 
Global Gift Fund 

Omega Bank 
Utilitech. Inc. 

CHAIRMAN'S ( IR( I 1 

Acorn Press Inc. 

Aetna Giving Campaign 

Endless Mountains RC&D Council 

Fred llainin Disposal. Inc. 

Jaindl Farms LLC 

Jersey, Shore State Bank 

Parente Randolph LLC 

Peppermound Properties. Inc. 

Sovereign Bank 

Susquehanna Transit 

The Hitc Compans 

The Hottle I- amity Foundation 

I In John and ( ice Marshall 

Foundation 
The Philadelphia I oundation 



PRESIDENT'S ( IR< II 

Archipelago I oundation 
Association of Independent 

Colleges of PA 
Brackenridge Foundation, Inc. 

Burger King ( orporation 
Checkl ree Services ( orporation 
I asl End Lumber Compans 
G & M Craw lord. Inc. 
George Weston Bakeries Inc. 
Human Performance 

Personal Coaching 
Jacqueline B. Griggs Trust 
John Savos. & Sun. Inc. 
Eecce Electric 
Pennsylvania Education Lenders 

Association 
Pocono Northeast Resource 

Conservation & Development 

Council 
R. L. Yuengling. Jr. Charitable 

Foundation 
Schrader Architectural Products 
Schuylkill Area Community 

Foundation 
Suscom 

Susquehanna Supply Company 
The David B and Shirley L. Sykes 

Foundation 
The National Philanthropic Trust 

DEAN'S LIS! 
4 C's Holding Corporation 
Ashland Diesel Engines. Inc. 
Berks Credit & Collections. Inc. 
CTarkson Chemical Company. Inc. 
Jim and Kathy Broun I annls 

Foundation. Inc. 
Pepsi Bottling Group 
PG Energy, Inc. of 

W ilkes-Barre. PA 
RBS Greenw ich Capital Foundation 
RPA, Inc. 

Steinbacher Enterprises. Inc. 
Target Marketing Associates 
Vanguard Charitable Endowment 

Program 
W.B. Griggs ( oflee store 
Weis Markets, Inc. 

ASSO( 1 \l is' ( II B 

Beiter's Home Center 

Blue Sky Marketing Associates 

Bnggsy. P.C. 

Interior Construction Specialists 

Little Lambs Preschool 

Childcare Inc. 
Promotional Specialists 
Richard I . Wienecke. C.P.A. 
Sanders Mortuary. Ill) 
Shell Associates 
I roses ich Eye Associates 
West Branch Valley Association of 

Keillors 
Woodlands Hank 

(1 Nil K\ (II li 

Archie D. Jennings Agency, Inc. 

Blumberg Enterprises, I I < 

Casale & Bonner, P.( 

Dynakleen 

Eagle Janitorial Supply Company 






F.D. Muncy Corporation, 

McDonald's 
First Mercer Appraisal Service 
Forever Four Milers 
Frances W. Crouse. 

Attorney At Law 
Frey's Commissary. Inc. 
Friday Realty Company 
Great Lakes Real Estate Company 
Homemaker-Help Services 
International Monetary Fund 
J.B. Gibbons Construction. Inc. 
Jewish Federation Foundation 
Lezzer Lumber 
Lonza, Inc. 
Lycoming County Historical 

Society 
Mark C. Oberheim. D.M.D.. 

M.D.S., P.C. 
Mason Law Office 
McEnroe Sports Instuction, LLC 
Ollie's 

Penn Harvest Systems. Inc. 
Penn Recycling. Inc. 
Schneider Valley Farms Dairy, 

Inc. 
Secret Sneaker, Inc. 
Sheetz. Inc. 
Susquehanna Polling and 

Research, Inc. 
Tailored Foam of New York, Inc. 
Thomas J. Infantino, CPA 
Vincent A. Grimes and 

Associates. Inc. 

CONTRIBUTORS 

AAA North Central PA 
Apple Insurance Agency 
Aubrey-Stewart Associates, Inc. 
Bob, Chuck & Rich Roan. Inc. 
Country Hair Salon 
Creative Custom Framing 
Goose Creek Optical 
Granite & Bronze Memorials 
Heller Insurance Agency 
Highlander Investments 
ING Employee Giving Campaign 
Klip N Kurl Beauty Salon 
Lake Chevrolet Oldsmobile- 

Cadillac 
Leighow Veterinary Hospital 
Merwine's Dog Kennels 
Nedo Incorporated. Dunkin' Donuts 
New Mountain Tavern Inc. 
Outreach 
Paint-Rite, Inc. 
RE/MAX West Branch 
Robert Alan Ronca. CPA 
Tina Lando Real Estate & 

Associates, LLC 
Triangle Tavern 
Young Men's Democratic Club of 

Lycoming County. Inc. 




MATCHING GIFT 
COMPANIES 

3M Company 

Abbott Laboratories Fund 

ACE INA Foundation 

Aetna Foundation, Inc. 

Air Products and Chemicals. Inc. 

Allstate Foundation 

Anheuser-Busch Foundation 

Armstrong World Industries. Inc. 

AT&T Foundation 

Bell South 

Boeing Company 

Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund 

Bristol-Myers Squibh 

Foundation, Inc. 
C. R. Bard Foundation. Inc. 
Campbell Soup Foundation 
Chubb & Son Inc. 
Circuit City Foundation 
CITGO Petroleum Corporation 
Citicorp Foundation 
CNA Foundation 
Colgate-Palmolive Company 
Computer Associates 
ConAgra Foundation 
Constellation Energy Group 
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation 
Erie Insurance Group 
Ernst & Young Foundation 
Exxon-Mobil Educational 

Foundation 
Fair. Isaac and Company Inc. 
FirstEnergy Foundation 
GE Foundation 
Grace Foundation. Inc. 
Graver Water Systems 
Guardian Life Insurance 

Company 
Hartford Insurance Group 

Foundation 
Hershey Entertainment and Resorts 
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield 
IBM International Foundation 
ING Foundation 
International Paper Company 

Foundation 
J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation 
Johnson & Johnson Family of 

Companies 
Kellogg Company 
Kimberly-Clark Foundation 
Lockheed Martin Corporation 
Marathon Oil Company 
Marsh & McLennan Companies 
Massachusetts Mutual Life 

Insurance Company 
May Department Stores Company 

Foundation 
Merck Partnership for Giving 
Merrill Lynch & Company 

Foundation, Inc. 
Minerals Technologies. Inc. 
National Starch & Chemical 

Foundation 



Nationwide Insurance 
Foundation 

New York Life Foundation 

Northwestern Mutual Life 

Foundation, Inc. 

Novartis 

Pactiv Corporation 

Pfizer Foundation 

Pitney Bowes World Headquarters 

PNC Bank Corporation Foundation 

PPL Corporation 

PricewaterhouseCoopers 

Foundation 
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 
Radio Shack 
Rexnord Foundation 
Saint-Gobain Corporation 
Sanofi Pasteur 
Sara Lee Foundation 
SBC Foundation 
Science Applications 

International Corporation 
Siemens Health Services 
Sprint Foundation 
Supervalu 

Telcordia Technologies 
Teledyne Technologies 
The Procter & Gamble Fund 
The Progressive Insurance 

Foundation 
The Prudential Foundation 

Matching Gifts 
Tyco 

Vanguard Group Foundation 
Verizon Foundation 
Walt Disney Company 

Foundation 
Washington Group Foundation 
Wells Fargo 
Xerox Foundation 




RELIGIOUS AND 

OTHER 
ORGANIZATIONS 

Airth Farm and Woodlands 
Baughman United Methodist 

Church 
First United Methodist Church of 

Williamsport 
Gamma Delta Sigma 
Lindsay Family 2000 Trust 
Lycoming College Admissions Staff 
Lycoming College Alumni 

Association, North Carolina 

Chapter 
Maple Hill United Methodist 

Church 
Midway Church of the Brethren 
Montoursville High School Faculty 

and Staff 
National State Teachers of the Year, 

Pennsylvania Chapter 
The United Methodist Church, 

Pacific Northwest Annual 

Conference 
Quilt Odyssey 



Robert T. Golder Trust 

St. John Fisher College 

St. Paul's United Methodist Church 

Tau Kappa Epilson. Inc. 

United Methodist Church, 

Central PA Conference 
United Way of Burlington County 
United Way of Capital Region 
United Way of Chester County 
West Side United Methodist Church 
Women of Lycoming College 




SPECIAL FUNDS 

The following funds received gifts 
during the 2005-2006 fiscal year. 

2006 Senior Class Project 
Academic Programs Fund 
Ada Remley Temporary 

Restricted Fund 
Alice N. Heaps Memorial 

Scholarship 
Alumni Brick Project/ 

Scholarship Fund 
Andrew J. and Marie Wood White 

Scholarship 
Anne Schreyer Gibbon Memorial 

Endowed Scholarship 
Arthur and Joanne Haberberger 

Scholarship in Biology 
Arthur and Joanne Haberberger 

Scholarship in Honor of their 

Parents 
Athletic Complex Renovation/ 

Expansion 
Baker Scholarship 
Brandy Lee Sudol Memorial 

Scholarship 
Brian L. Belz, Class of 1996 - 

Merck Scholarship 
Brighter Future Scholarship Fund 
Brilliant Corners: A Journal of Jazz 

& Literature 
Budd F. Whitehill Endowment 
C. Daniel and Jeanne Little Award 
Chad Leibenguth Scholarship 
Chemistry Research Endowed Fund 
Cheryl Eck Spencer Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Citizens & Northern Bank 

Scholarship Fund 
Class of '88 Scholarship 
Cora L. Brooks Grant 
Creative Writing Endowment 
Criminal Justice Society Prize 
Curricular Film Endowment 
David and Jane Freet Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Davis Memorial Scholarship 

Loan Fund 
Degenstein Grant I 
Degenstein Grant II 
Detwiler Planetarium Renovations 
Don Lincoln Larrabee 

Endowed Prize 



Dr. Dennis G. and Judith A. 

Youshavv Endowed Seholarship 
Dr. Robert L. Shangraw Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Economics Department Endowment 
Endless Mountains RC&D 

Council Grant 
Endowment General Fund 
Eric V. Sandin Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Faculty Award tor Religion and 

Archaeology 
Faculty Development Fund 
Fred A. and Elizabeth W. 

Pennington Endowed Scholarship 
Frederick J. Jaindl Endowed 

Scholarship 
General Purpose Scholarship 
General Scholarship Fund 
George B. Gaul Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
George I. Alden Grant for Biology 

Department 
Gillette Prize 
Haberberger CW1 Laboratory 

Endowment Fund 
Harold and Joyce (Simpson) 

Hershberger Endowed 

Scholarship 
Harvey K. Fisher Scholarship Fund 
Holly Elizabeth Hurlbert "97 

Endowed Book Fund in 

Women's Studies 
Honors Hall 
J. Milton Skeath Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Jack C. Buckle Award 
Jay H. '60 and Ann Sue 

(Bingaman) '60 McCormick 

Endowed Scholarship Fund 
Joan C. and Charles L. Getchell 

Endowed Scholarship Fund 
Joanne O. and Arthur A. 

Haberberger Endowed 

Scholarship 
John and Margaret Piper Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
John and Shirley (Wunderlyl Biggar 

Business Scholarship 
John A. Radspinner Chemistry 

Scholarship 
John P. Graham Endowed 

Scholarship 
John R. and Ruth G. Maiolo 

Endowed Scholarship 
Joseph M. & Elizabeth G Korengo 

Endowed Scholarship Fund 
Karl K. Fisher Scholarship Fund 
Kyte Family Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Larry Strauser Lectureship 
Library General 
Linda Lev Cohen Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
Linda Lev Cohen Scholarship Fund 
Logan A. Richmond Endowed 

Accounting Prize 
Loring B. Priest Research 
Lycoming Annual Fund 
Lycoming College for 

Kids and Teens 
M&T Bank Endowed Scholarship 



Mabel K. Bauer Scholarship 
Mary E. McLane Nursing 

Scholarship 
Omega Bank Endowed 

Seholarship Fund 
Osman Family Endowed 

Scholarship Fund 
I'arente Randolph Endowed Fund 

for Tax Accounting 
Paul A. Mackenzie Discovery 

Seholarship 
Penguin Award for Excellence in 

English 
Penny English Younkers 

Scholarship 
Plankenhorn Alumni Award for 

Faculty Excellence 
Raul'l Scholarship 
Recreation Center 
Richard and Marilyn Myers 

Endowed Scholarship Fund 
Richard L. Mix '51 and Miriam S. 

Mix History Prize 
Richard W. Gieniec Memorial 
Richmond Professorship 
Robert L. Hite Memorial 

Scholarship 
Russell Applied Music Scholarship 
Senior Celebration Fund 
Shangraw Chair for Liberal Arts 
Shirley J. Detwiler Memorial 

Scholarship 
Streeter Prize 
Student Services Fund 
Temporary Restricted Gifts 
The Charline M. Pulizzi Family 

Endowed Scholarship Fund 
The Dr. Will George Butler Band 

Scholarship 
The Economics Department Prize 

and Scholarship 
The Professor David A. Franz 

Chemistry Instrumentation 

Endowed Fund 
The Robert W. '54 and 

Esther (Fry) '58 Huyck Endowed 

Library Resources Fund 
The Ronald A. Beemer Memorial 

Scholarship 
Tour Choir Fund 
Trask Chemistry Award 
Trustee Fund 

U.M.C. Habitat for Humanity Fund 
United Methodist Scholarship 
W. Arthur Faus Memorial Prize 
Walter and Beulah Mclvei 

Recital Fund 
Warrior Club Men's Basketball 
Warrior Club Women's Basketball 
Warrior Club Cross Country 
Warrior Club Football 
Warrior Club General 
Warrior Club Golf 
Warrior Club Men's Lacrosse 
Warrior Club Women's Lacrosse 
Warrior Club Men's Soccer 
Warrior Club Women's Soccei 
Warrior Club Softball 
Warrior Club Sw imming 
Warrior Club Men's Tennis 
Warrior Club Women's Tennis 
Warrior Club Wrestling 



W [Hard Scholarship 

William II. and Barbara A. Flaller 

Endow ment 
Wood Family Endowed Scholarship 







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SPECIAL GIFTS 

IN HONOR OF 

Gifts wen- received in honor of the 

following individuals: 

Bruce Buckle 

Mary Chlopecki 

Marie Colonna 

Michelle and Andy Creemer 

Carol (Vaira) '71 and 

John '71 Crowe 
Cathy and Warren Curd 
Chris Ditties 
James Finch 
Charles L. Getchell 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. '59 

Haberberger 
Arthur A. Haberberger "59 
Carolyn and Jim Helms 
Karen and George Hobson 
Peggy and Ralph Hunt 
Lauri and John Hunter 
Mike Kearney 
Roger Kyte 
Mary Ann Redmond 
Donna Rehrig 
Laura Serkes 

Robert L. Shangraw '58. '04H 
James D. Spencer 
Nina and Richard Turton 
Joy and Mike Utberg 
Marjorie Vaira 
Adrienne Webster 

IN MEMORY OF 

Gifts were received in memory of 

the follow in« individuals: 

Martin Allenbaugh '63 
Roswell Brayton, Sr. '90H 
James Brozzetti 
Jack C. Buckle 
Joseph R. Calder. Jr. 
Olive (Babcock) Cavanaugh '45 
Arnold J. Currier 
Terrance J. Evans 
Harvey K. Fisher 
Karl K. Fisher 
Dolores (Keller) fought '0(1 
Joan C. Getchell 
Ethel (Bowman) Glidewell '56 
John P. Graham 
Alice N. Heaps 
K Man I limes '59 
Frederick J. Jaindl 
Vngela R (Vaira) Kyte '73 
James 1 1 1 .mi. ide 
(had C. I .eibengulh '95 
Janet Ramho Lindsay and 

John I) I indsa) 
Paul A. Mackenzie 



Francis M. O'Brien '51 
Elizabeth Pennington 
I ouise i Brown) Priesl '61 
John A. Radspinner 
David L. Riley. Jr. '06 
\ilinc 1 1 orbes) Rohrer '37 
Frances K. Skeath 

J. Milton Skeath 
Mrs. Stundon 
C. Thomas Suhock '51 
Brands Lee Sudol 
Robert L. A. Walker 




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TOWER SOCIE I > > 

The Tower Society was 
established to recognize 
donors who include 
Lycoming College in their 
estate plans by making a 
bequest or by making the 
College a beneficiary of a 
retirement plan, a life 
insurance policy, a charitable 
trust or a charitable gilt 
annuity. We wish to thank 
these donors for their vision 
and their stewardship of this 
great institution. 

Helen Ake 

Brenda Alston-Mills '66 and 

Marvin Thompson 
Donald Armstrong '73 
Louisa Atherton '37 
Suzanne and David Bahl 
Bess and Eph Baker 
Scott Barnes '72 
Evelyn (Hunt) '64 and 

Romain '61 Bastian 
Lucia and Kenneth '59 Bcchdel 
Ruby and Byrnes Helk 
Ann (Harper I 'Ml and 

Robert '59 Render 
Shallimar (Sholley) '51 and 

John Beshore 
Barbara Blaker '55 
Mary Ann and David '<>- Bliley 
Kenneth Blood 70 

Richard Bollman, Jr. '63 
Man (Hoffman) '60 and 

Dale '5'). 'OSH Bower 
William Bowler '71 
Joyce (Baker) '69 and Earle Brown 
knsian and Jeffrej 'so Burd 
Mary and W illiam '72 Burland 
Marjorie Buses 
Pattie and Donald '65 < aims 
Jean ( Gardner I t amp '59 

Sail) and Melvin Campbell, Jr. '70 
\iiciin.i ( aporaletti 
Sherwood Carter, Jr. '58 
Margaret and Harold Chapman 
Chris Christie '65 



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DONOR 



David Freet '68 



Telecom Executive 
Keeps Communication 
Lines Open 



David Freet is a telecom industry executive who 
knows the importance of keeping 
communication lines open. 



In 1996 David was named president of the 
Pennsylvania Telephone Association, a 104- 
year-old, 37-member trade association of traditional local exchange telephone companies 
in the keystone state. The association resolves regulatory and legislative issues for 
telecommunications companies as large as Verizon and as small as companies with less 
than 1 ,000 telephone access lines. 

He serves as first vice president of the Lycoming College Alumni Association Executive 
Board, and takes very seriously the Board's commitment to advancing the College's 
mission and keeping Lycoming graduates engaged with the institution. 

"It's a matter of believing in the institution," said David. "I am more proud as each year 
goes by of what Lycoming has become. It's refreshing to see all of the hard work that's 
taking place there." 

It was while working at a grocery store as a youth that David discovered his interest in 
business. When it was time to select a college, he chose Lycoming and a major in 
business. 

"I don't know that a day goes by that I don't use some segment of my education that I 
was fortunate enough to get at Lycoming," said David. 

David, who was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, recalls the expertise of the 
faculty and the personal interest the faculty members took in their students. For David, 
business law professor Don Larrabee, Sr., comes to mind. 

"If you were struggling with some part of your class he would 
have you down to his law office and spend whatever time it took 
for you to understand it," recalled David. 



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He and his wife, Jane Edgar Freet, a psychotherapist, decided to 
give back to the College by establishing a scholarship. 

"Everyone can give to their ability," said David. "It doesn't have to 
be millions of dollars. I like to give back to the institution that 
provided me with the foundation that allowed me to have some 
success in the world." 

David's hobbies include hunting, fishing and collecting telephone 
memorabilia. He is the stepfather to Richard Harader, Jr., and 
John Edgar. David has accepted an invitation to be Lycoming 
College's 2007 freshman convocation speaker. 




David Freet '68 



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Sandy and Murl '73 Clark 
Gloria (BodtorO '67 and 

Richard '68 Clark 
Leslie and John '84 Clarke 
Sandra and Jay Cleveland, Sr. 
Lois Congdon '59 
Nancy and George '62 Converse 
Julia and William '53 Cornelius 
JoAnn '42 and Robert Cowan 
Linda and Robert '61 Crockett 
William Crooks. Ill '40 
Carol and John '65 Dascher 
Carol Davis '67 
Barbara (Seese) '77 and 

David '78 Dearing 
Donna and James '69 DeRose 
Rita (Ciurlino) '84 and 

David '75 Detwiler, III 
Nancy and Richard '61 DeWald 
Karen Diehl '70 
Patricia (Gortner) '64 and 

William Dietrich 
Pamela and Richard '75 Dill 
Susanne Doolittle '64 
Emily and James Douthat 
Majele and LeRoy '51 Edwards. Jr. 
Dorothy and Samuel '34 Evert 
Helen Ewing '41 
Joan and Robert '67 Eyster 
Joanne and E. Noel '58 Faddis 
Marilyn (Phillippy) '70 and 

Donald '68 Failor 
Mare Fallon '79 
Stella '71 and 

Peter '70 Faranda-Diedrich 
Naomi Fischer 
Bernard Flam 

Marsha and George '69 Fox, Jr. 
Margaret and Raymond '58 Fravel 
Helen (Holler) '57 and 

Daniel '57. '0111 Fultz 
Nanette (Neudeck) '75 and 

Paul Gefreh 
Charles Getchell 
James Gibbons 
Matthew Gibbs '58 
William Gibson. Ill '59 
Nancy (Hall) '59 and 

Casimir '59 Gieniec 
Mary and John Girton 
E. Jane and Donald '65 Goshorn 
Esther and Wellard '50 Guffy 
Joanne and Arthur '59 Haberberger 
Dorothy llalfmann '37 
Lois and Barry '70 Hamilton 
Barbara and Chester Harbach 
James Harding '38, '86H 
F.loise and John "50 Harkins 
Nancy and William '62 Hartman 
Mary-Jane (Swanson) '68 and 

Richard '68 Hedden 
Jean Heller '47 
Christine (Kruk) '72 and 

David '71 Herdman 
Eleanor and Paul '59 Herring 
Joyce and 

Harold '51 Hershberger. Jr. 
Beverly and Carl '63 Ilieber 
R. Caria lligdon '64 
Edward Iliggms '51 
Christine I limes 

I )iane l/ui insk\ I I limes '<>2 



John Hollenback '47 

Gretchen and Frederick '58 Horn 

Jancj and R. Gary '67 Houck 

Charles Howe '01 

William Hyman '55 
Anne (Palmer) '52 and 

Robert Jayson 
Constance and James '61 JetTers 
Carol Johnson '84 and 

Shuman Miller 
Nancy (Goetz) '78 and 

Warren Jones 
Ardent (Daley) '59 and 

Robert '59 Judd 
Lynne and William '62 Karniol 
David Kaul'I'man '65 
Dawn and Douglas '68 Keiper 
Leila and Kenrick '57 Khan 
Jean and Charles '50 Kocian 
Joanne Korengo '65 and 

K. M. Frankhauser 
Nannette and Dale '67 Krapf 
Shan and Jan '60 Kuczma 
Jane (Keyte) "55 and 

Eugene '57 Landon 
Catherine and John '80 Lea. Ill 
Lana (Falejev) Landstrom '70 and 

Richard Hughes 
Bjorg (Storbye) '65 and 

Robert '63 Little 
Thomas Livingstone, Jr. '71 
Miriam Lundgren '43 
Carolyn-Kay (Miller) '63 and 

Frank Lundy 
E. LaRue Lunt '56 
David Maneval '48 
Teryl and E. Lowell '68 Markey. II 

D. Stephen Martz '64 
Lorraine and Donald '64 McKee 
Camille Metzger '42 

Betty and Charles '53 Mitchell 
Miriam and Richard '51 Mix 
Melanie and John '72 Montgomery 
Marilyn and Richard '68 Myers 
Oscar Ostlund. Jr. '58 

E. Jean (Antes) '40 and 
William Pelley 

Charlotte (Tepel) '37 and 

John '57 Person. Jr. 
Virgina and Kenneth '58 Polcyn 
Robert Priest '72 
Barbara (Thomas) Roller '60 
Mary Russell '33 
Linda and Paul '62 Sabin 
Sandra Scott '70 
Jeffery Seeley '77 
Charlenc and 

Robert '58. '0411 Shangraw 
( .ind and Drue '64 Sherman 
M. Marie Shollenherger 
Nancy |Sulli\anl '77 and 

John '76 Shorb 
P. Lowell Sibole '64 
K.illn \ n Sihurt '71 
Jeane and R. Bruce '49 Smay 
Mary (Keliher) '63 and 

Clinton '55 Smith 
Kathleen and John '52 Snyder 
Tim Snyder "68 
Otto Sondcr. Jr. '46 
1 lizabeth (Smith) Spieth '72 

1 li/abcth and \iulrcw '56 Spuler 



Jean (Alpert) '47 and 
Man in '(ml I Staiman 

Wallace Siettlcr 
Dorothy Streeter 
Jean Stuart 
Linda (Porr) '78 and 

Joseph Sweenej 
Diane and David B '38, '89H Sykcs 
Barbara and John '63 larditi. Jr. 
Carol and John '73 Tcaslcv 
A. Jean Thompson '58 
Ronna Thompson '74 
Isabel (Culver) '66 ami 

Donald Trudeau 
Jeanne (Hurley) '74 and 

Russell '74 Twigg 
Michael Tyson 
Elsa Vail '48 

Viorica and Joseph '56 Velott 
William Wallis '62 
Margaret and Harry '51 Walters 
Mary and Marshall Welch, Jr. 
Kathryn and Ned '54 Weller 
D. Frederick Wertz '6911 
Donald Whistler "61 
Jean White "50 

Marilyn and David '74 Whitfield 
Karla and 

Thomas '61 Williamson. Jr. 
Gaie and Richard '68 Wilt. Sr. 
Ruth (Rendle) '67 and 

William Wood 
Christine and Donald '74 Wright 
Phyllis and Robert '8811 Yasui 
Evelyn and Thomas '62 Yeagle 
Penny (English) '68 and 

Russell Younkers 
Ann (Bennett) '63 and 

Rolland Zeislofl 
Kelly (Strongi '83 and 

Mark '83 Zickler 






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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
2005-2006 

OFFICERS OF THE 
BOARD OF TRUSTI I S 

Chairman of the Board 

Mr. Arthur A. Ilaberbcrgci ">'' 
Investor and ( 'onsultant 
Reading, PA 

Vice Chairman 

Mr. Jay W Cleveland, Sr, 

( 'hairman nl the Board CEO 

Cleveland Brothers Equipment 

Company 
Harrisburg. PA 

Secretarj 

Mr Melvin II. Campbell. Jr. '7(1 
Owner President 

Campbell, Harrington A Hirer 

Advertising Agem i 
York. PA 



Assistant Secretary 
Mr. Harold I). Hershberger. Jr. '51 
President 
Deer Mountain Issociales, hn 

Williamsport. PA 

Assistant Secretarj 

\nii S Pepperman. Esquire 
Partner 

\4cNerne) ■" Vanderlin 
and Hall 
Williamsport. PA 
MEMBERS 

Dr. Brenda P. Alston-Mills '66 
Professor 

\( ' State I 'niversit) 
Raleigh. NC 

Da\ id R. Bahl. Esquire 
Partner 

\li ( ormick Law linn 
Williamsport. PA 

Dr. Robert L. Bender '59 
Assoc I I' for Icademic Affairs 

Retired (Emeritus) 
University <</ Illinois 

Champaign. IL 

Mr. John R. Biggai '66 
Executive VP ami CFO 
PPL Corporation 

Allentown. PA 

Dr. James E. Douthat 
President 

Lycoming College 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Donald E. Failor 'OS 
Owner/Chartered Life 
Underwriter- D.E Failor 
issociales 

Harrisburg. PA 

Dr. Daniel G. Fultz '57. (II II 
/ rei VP and Treasurer/Retired 

I M oming ( allege 
Williamsport. PA 

Mi Daud I) ( ialhman '69 
( 'onsultant 

SunGardSt I /»< 
Malvern, PA 

Mr. Daniel R. Haw baker 
President 
Glenn O Hawbaker, Inc 

State College. PA 

Mr. Michael J Hayes '63 
President CEO 

Fred's 

Memphis, TN 

Mr James I Hebe '71 

I >K in • 

agra\ • I in Ipparatus 
( lintom ille, Wl 



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Bishop Neil L. Irons 
Bishop/Retired 

Central PA (.'inference. UMC 
Mechanicshurg, PA 

Mr. Dale N. Krapf '67 
President 

George Krapf. Jr. & Sons. Inc. 
Exton, PA 

Mr. David B. Lee '61 
President/CEO 

Omega Financial Corporation 
State College. PA 

Dr. Robert G. Little "63 

Family Physician 

Community Medical Associates 
Halifax. PA 

Mrs. Carolyn-Kay (Miller) 

Lundy '63 
Community Volunteer/Former 

Teacher 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Peter R. Lynn '69 
President/CEO 

Government Retirement and 

Benefits. Inc. 
Alexandria. VA 

Mr. D. Stephen Martz '64 
Part-time Business Manager 

First United Methodist Church 
Hollidaysburg, PA 

Mr. Richard D. Mase '62 
Businessman, Self-Employed/ 

Retired 
Montoursville, PA 

Dr. Norman B. Medovv "60 
Surgeon 

Manhattan Eye. Ear c£ 
Throat Hospital 
New York. NY 

Mr. John C. Schultz 
President/CEO 

Jersey Shore Steel 
Jersey Shore, PA 

Mr. James G. Scott '70 
Independent Consultant 
West Newbury. MA 

Dr. Robert L. Shangraw '58. '04H 
Chairman Emeritus 

First I Ice President for 

Investments/Retired 

Merrill Lynch. Pierce. 

Fcnnei and Smith 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Hugh H. Sides '60 
President 

Robert M. Sides Music. Inc 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Stanley W. Sloter '80 
President 



Paradigm Companies 
Arlington, VA 

The Honorable Clinton W. 

Smith '55 
Senior Judge 

Lycoming County Court House 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Charles D. Springman '59 
Sr. V.P. Operations/Retired 

May Department Stores 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. John S. Trogner, Jr. '68 
Treasurer 

Troegs Brewing Company 
Harrisburg. PA 

Mrs. Phyllis L. Yasui 
Nurse/Homeinaker/Retired 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Alvin M. Younger, Jr. '71 
CFO/Retired 

T Rowe Price Associates, Inc. 
Baltimore. MD 

EMERITUS MEMBERS 

Mr. David Y. Brouse '47 
Montoursville, PA 

Mr. Richard W. DeWald '61 
Montoursville. PA 

Dr. Samuel H. Evert '34 
Bloomsburg. PA 

Dr. Kenrick R. Khan '57 
Penney Farms, FL 

Mrs. Margaret D. L'Heureux 
Williamsport, PA 

Dr. William E. Pickelner, '95H 

Williamsport, PA 

Mrs. John Rich VI '42 
Woolrich, PA 

Dr. Harold H. Shreckengast. Jr. '50. 

'00H 
Chairman Emeritus 

Philadelphia. PA 

The Rev. Dr. Wallace F. Stettler 
Kingston. PA 




ALUMNI 

ASSOCIATION 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 

2005-2006 

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

President 

Ms. Brenda J. Bowser Soder "98 
Silver Spring. MD 



Past President 

Mr. David A. Walsh "76 
Scotia. NY 

\" Vice President 

Mr. David E. Freet "68 
Harrisburg, PA 

2"ii vj ce President 

Mrs. Nancy (Hail) Gieniec '59 
Lancaster. PA 

MEMBERS 

Mr. Thomas R. Beamer "74 
Mar/borough. MA 

Mr. Brian L. Belz "96 
Royersford. PA 

Mrs. Bonnie (Bierlyl Bowes '62 
Jersey Shore. PA 

Mr. Andrew A. Bucke '71 
Liverpool. PA 

Ms. Lynn A. Cruickshank '84 
Fairport. NY 

Mr. A. Davin D'Ambrosio 
Chatham. NJ 

Dr. David E. Detwiler III '75 
Forest. VA 

Dr. Heather Duda '98 
Indiana, PA 

Dr. Shannon (Keane) English '94 
Big Rapids. MI 

Mr. W. Clark Gaughan '77 
Ellicott City, MD 

Mr. Andrew M. Gross, Sr. '59 
Basking Ridge. NJ 

Ms. Kari L. Hebble '86 
Florissant. CO 

Dr. John J. Joe '59 
Coafesville. PA 

CAPTJohn H. Lea, III '80 
Norfolk. VA 

Rev. Dr. Ronald McElwee '71 
Chambcrshiirg, PA 

Mr. John T. Murray, II '81 
Martinsville. NJ 

Mrs. Meredith (Rambo) Murray '92 
Roosevelt, NJ 

Mr. Mark J. Ohlinger '92 
Reading. PA 

Dr. Barbara (Neff) Price '60 
Hanover Township. PA 

Dr. Linda (Wabschall) Ross '69 
West Chester. PA 



Mr. John C. Shorb '76 
Carlisle, PA 

Mrs. Cheryl (Eckl Spencer '70 
Deerfield. IL 

Mr. Gary R. Spies '72 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. Joseph M. Wade '90 
Perkasie. PA 

Mrs. Linda (Lady) Wallace '77 
Morris Plains. NJ 

Ms. Ann (Bell) Wood '73 
Clearfield. PA 

Dr. Dennis G. Youshaw '61 
Altoona. PA 

Ms. Kelly Howerter '06 
Student Senate President 

Ms. Emily Lubold '05 
Student Senate Past President 

Ms. Michele Connors '06 
Senior Class President 

Ms. Pam Tipler '05 
Senior Class Past President 




IMS BOARD OF 
VISITORS 

2005-2006 

Mr. Frank P. Brennan 
Owner/Principle 

Parente Randolph PC 
Williamsport, PA 

Mrs. Nanci (Davis) Morris '78 
Director Public Markets 

Princeton Theological Seminary 
Princeton, NJ 

Mrs. Elizabeth (Smith) Spieth '72 

Equifax 

Catasauqua. PA 

Mr. Steven P. Johnson '76 
President 

Susquehanna Health System 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. John B. Shaffer '71 
VP and General Auditor 

Federal Reserve Bank of 

Philadelphia/Retired 
Birdsboro, PA 

Mr. Marshall D. Welch, III 
Management Consultant 
Williamsport, PA 



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Mrs. Mary B. Woll 
Mayor 

City of Williamsport 
Williamsport, PA 

Dr. Donald R. Slocum 
Department o] lecounting 
Lycoming College 

Dr. H. Bruce Weaver 
Department o) Businesi 

Administration 
Lycoming College 

Dr. John F. Piper, Jr. 
Dean oj the t allege 
Lycoming College 

Dr. Mehrdad Madresehee 
Department of Economics 

Lycoming College 




iWUWi 



Lycoming Annual Fund 

Volunteer Committee 

2005-2006 

CHAIR 

Ms. Linda (Porr) Sweeney '78 
Lancaster, PA 

CO-CHAIRS 

Mrs. Judith (Fry) Calistri '56 
Fayetteville, \Y 

Mr. Michael G. Charles '% 
Welhboro, PA 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Dennis - 

Parents '06 

Upper Mantelaii: NJ 

Mr. E. Noel Faddis '58 
Gulf Breeze, FL 

Mr. D. Mark Fultz '80 
Pittsford, NY 

Mr. Morgan R. Kyte '00 
Boonton, NJ 

Mrs. Sarah (Wolferz) Kyte '01 

Boonton \J 

Mrs. Carolyn-Kay (Miller) 

Lundy '63 
I si: Society Chair 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Mark J. Malinosky '88 
Palisades Park. NJ 

Mrs. Meredith (Rambo) Murray '92 
Roosevelt, NJ 

Ms. Kristin A. Nash '95 
Harrisburg, PA 



Mr. Raymond J. Radomicki '78 
View town Square, PA 

Mr. Kenneth I). Sibley '79 
Raleigh, V( ' 

Mr. Thomas I) Spitler '5? 
Wooster, oil 

Mr. John J. Tarditi, Jr. '63 
Haddonfield, NJ 

Mrs. Doris (Heller) leut'el '54 
Williamsport, PA 

Mrs. Nancy (Sass) Threlfall '75 
Norristown, PA 




Gift Planning 

Advisory Committee 

2005-2006 

CHAIR 

Ms. Wendy von Fabrice '85 
Florham Park. NJ 

Mr. Seth B. Burch '89 
Williamsport. PA 

Mr. John W. Compton, Jr. '88 
Williamsport, PA 

Mrs. Frances (Wilson) Crouse '73 
Athens. PA 

Mr. T. Michael Hall '91 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Aaron D. Johnston '03 
Newburg, NY 

Mr. Craig A. Kern '72 
( 'arlisle, PA 

Mr. Joseph L. Rider '57 
Williamsport. PA 

Mrs. Debra (German) 

Schneider '86 
Linden, PA 

Mr. Douglas J. Shangrau 
Williamsport, PA 

Mr. Stanley A. Smith '77 
Harrisburg, PA 

Mrs. Melanie (Gibson) Webster ''' l » 
lltmrod. \ ) 




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NEW STAFF MEMBERS 

ADVANCING THE 

COLLEGE 



Steven Inch 
Director of College 
Relations 

Lycoming College 
welcomed Steven Inch as 
Director of College Relations 
in August. In his role, Mr. 
Inch will oversee the public 
relations and marketing 
efforts for the College, 
including its intercollegiate 
sports program. He succeeds 
Molly Costello, who retired 
from the College in July after 
fifteen years of service. 

Most recently. Mr. Inch 
served as Marketing 
Specialist for the 
Geisinger Health 
System based in 
Danville and was 
previously Manager 
of Client Services for 
USAgency. Inc., a 
full-service advertising 
agency in Lewisburg. 

Mr. Inch holds a bachelor 
of arts degree in mass 
communications from 
Mansfield University and a 
master of science degree in 
organizational 
management from 
College Misericordia. 
As part of his studies 
at Mansfield, Mr. 
Inch completed a 
prestigious internship 
in media relations at 
NBC in Burbank. 
Calif. 

From March through 
September, Mr. Inch also 
handles the publicity and 
public address announcing 
responsibilities at the 
Selinsgrove Speedway. He 
and his family reside in 
Lewisburg. 
Phone: 570.321.4137 
Email: inch@lycoming. edu 



At Lycoming 




Steven Inch 




Nancy Kulchycki 



Nancy Kulchycki 
Director of Major and 
Planned Gifts 

Lycoming College 
welcomed Nancy Kulchycki 
as Director of Major and 
Planned Gifts in August. 

Ms. Kulchycki has more 
than 20 years of fundraising 
experience, including major 
gift solicitation, planned 
giving, capital campaigns, 
relationship 
management, and 
corporate relations. 

Ms. Kulchycki 
most recently served 
as Assistant Director 
of Major and 
Planned Gift 
Programs at 
Susquehanna 
University in Selinsgrove, 
where she was responsible 
for the marketing of the 
planned giving program and 
the development of special 
events for the 
planned giving 
society. 

She also worked 
as a fundraiser 
for several 
organizations, 
including the San 
Francisco Opera, the 
American Cancer 
Society, and Meals on 
Wheels. 

She holds a bachelor of 
arts in journalism and a 
master of business 
administration from the 
Pennsylvania State 
University. She is a member 
of the Northcentral 
Pennsylvania Estate Planners 



Council and the National 
Planned Giving Council. 
Nancy has a daughter 
who is a winery brand 
manager in Napa, Calif., and 
another daughter who is an 
emergency room physician in 
Boston, Mass. 
Phone: 570.321.4196 
Email: 
kidchyck@lycoming.edu 



Admissions and 
Development Assistant. 

Mr. Edmonds graduated 
from Lycoming College in 
1998 with a bachelor of arts 
in history and music. He 
completed his master of 
divinity at Duke University 
Divinity School in Durham 
in 2006. 

He dedicates time to 
campus ministry and mission 
work and enjoys vocal 
performance, soccer, and 
travel. 

Phone: 570.321.4057 

Email: 

edmonds@lycoming.edu 




Chip Edmonds '98 



Charles "Chip" 
Edmonds '98 
Major Gift Officer 

Charles "Chip" Edmonds 
of Williamsport joined 
Lycoming College in 
July as Major Gift 
Officer in the Office 
of College 
Advancement. 

Mr. Edmonds wil 
be responsible for 
fostering 

relationships with 
alumni, parents and 
friends of the College, as 
well as assisting individuals 
with planned and major gifts 
to the College. 

Prior to his appointment 
at Lycoming College, Mr. 
Edmonds held the 
position of Annual 
Fund Director at the 
Duke Divinity 
School in Durham, 
North Carolina. He 
previously served 
Duke as Youth 
Academy 

Development Co "°" 

Associate. After graduation 
from Lycoming College he 
served the College as 
Assistant Director of 




Paul "Cotton" Mayer 
Sports Information 
Director 

Lycoming College 
welcomed Cotton Mayer as 
Sports Information Director 
in September. 

Bom and raised 
in Williamsport, Mr. 
Mayer spent twelve 
years in Seattle, Wa., 
where he was a 
sportswriter and 
journalist. 
Additionally, he 
worked at Pacific 
Trading Cards, 
compiling statistics and 
writing biographies for the 
sports collectibles 
manufacturer. 

Mr. Mayer holds a 
bachelor of arts in English 
writing from the 
Pennsylvania State 
University. 

Cotton's wife. 
Misty, is an 
administrator at 
Penn College's 
College of Natural 
Resources 
Management. 
Cotton is the son of local 
sportscaster Paul "Babe" 
Mayer, who broadcasts 
Lycoming College sports, as 



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well as local high school 
sports, alongside radio 
celebrity Gary Chrisman. 

Phone: 570.321.4028 

Email: 

mayerpUi lycuming.edu 

Academy Award 
Winner Tom 
Woodruff '80 
Welcomes Class of 
2010 At Convocation 

Lycoming College 
ushered in the class of 2010 
on Friday, Aug. 25. as pail of 
New Student Convocation. 
Tom Woodruff. Jr. "80 of 
Canoga Park, Calif, who co- 
founded Amalgamated 
Dynamics, Inc., the high- 
tech Hollywood studio 
known for the special effects 
seen in major motion 
pictures such as the 
Spiderman trilogy. Cast 
Away and Death Becomes 
Her, for which his company 
received an Academy Aw ard. 
addressed students, their 
families and faculty. 

The 406 new students 
included 380 freshmen and 
26 transfer students. The 
convocation began with the 
students passing through the 
Sykes Gates. Members of the 
platform party, faculty and 
administration led the 
procession into the 
recreation center for the 
ceremony. 




Turn Woodruff '80 at New Student 
Convocation. 



Dr. Philip Sprunger. 
Chair of the Economics 
Department, was this year's 
mace-bearer. Members of the 
platform party included Dr. 
James E. Douthat. President 
of the College; Dr. John 
Piper Jr.. Dean of the 
College; Regina Collins. 
Freshman Dean; Dr. 
Daniel Miller. Dean 
of Student Affairs; 
and Sr. Catherine Ann 
Gilvary, Catholic 
Campus Minister. 

Following Mr. 
Woodruff's speech. Dr. 
Piper presented awards 
to faculty members who 
have achieved recognition 
for teaching excellence. Dr. 
Betty McCall of the 
Sociology Department 
received the Junior Faculty 
Teaching Award, and Lynn 
Estomin of the Art 
Department was the recipient 
of the Constance Cupp 
Plankenhorn Alumni 
Teaching Award. 

Freshmen Britta 
Spaulding and Padraic 
McCole lit the traditional 
"lamp of learning" to close 
the ceremony. 

Lycoming College 
Publication Brilliant 
Corners Awarded 
Grant 

The National Endowment 
for the Arts (NEA) has 

awarded Lycoming 
College's 

publication Brilliant 
Corners: A Journal 
of Jazz & Literature 
with a S 10.000 
grant to support the 
marketing and 
promotion of the 
only national 
literary journal 
dedicated to jazz- 
related literature. 

Rep. Don 
Sherwood (R-Pa .) 




and Dana Gioia. chairman of 
the NEA, were on hand for 
the formal presentation of 
area NEA grants on October 
10 at the Community Arts 
Center in Williamsport. 

"The importance of the 
NEA grant cannot be over- 
emphasized," said Brilliant 
Corners founder and editor 
Dr. Sascha Feinstein. 
"Brilliant Corners remains a 
handsome and prestigious 
publication, but, since its 
inception, we've lacked 
funds to advertise the 
journal. In a single. 
extraordinary gesture, that 
hole has been filled." 

Brilliant Corners: A 
Journal of Jazz <£ Literature 
was founded in 1 996 by Dr. 
Feinstein. co-director of the 
Creative Writing Program at 
Lycoming College. The 
collected interviews in 
Brilliant Corners will be 
published next year in Ask 
Me \o\v: Conversations on 
Jazz & Literature (Indiana 
Universitj Press). 

An a\ id saxophonist. Dr. 
Feinstein holds a Ph.D. in 
English from the Indiana 
University, Bloom ington. 



Editor's Note 



The Summer 2006 
issue of the Lycoming 
Co liege Magazine 
featured a story titled 
"May Term in Vietnam." 
The story included 
students' statements about 
their experience m 
Vietnam and. specifically, 
their viewpoints on the 
Vietnam War. 

In response to corre- 
spondence we received 
from Lycoming College 
alumni and Vietnam War 
veterans, please accept 
our apolog\ if you found 
any of these published 
statements to be offen- 
sive. The comments 
represented the \ iews of 
the participating students 
and not the College in 
general. We recognize that 
the foundation of a liberal 
arts program is open 
dialogue on world issues 



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ALUMNI EVENTS 



umni 



HAPPENINGS 




Lucy (Dersham) Fesler '65. Leona (Glenn) Foore '65. Barbara (Thomas) 
Roller '60, Todd '74 and Carolyn Wynn. Alumni Director Melanie (Harris) 
Taormina '94, Heather Duda '98. and Kelly (Sprow) Pavelek '99 see the 
sights of Cleveland on an afternoon trolley tour. 



Three Rivers Chapter 
Holds First-Ever 
Cleveland Event 

Little Italy and Lolly the 
Trolley comprised the 
agenda for a day of fun at the 
Alumni Association's first- 
ever Cleveland area event on 
July 22. Lucy (Dersham) 
Fesler '65 planned the outing 
that brought alumni together 
for a delicious lunch at 
Guarino's Restaurant in the 
heart of Little Italy. Early 
rain skies cleared as the 
group moved on to enjoy an 
afternoon trolley tour of 
Cleveland's many treasures. 
Special thanks go to Lucy's 
husband Jeff Fesler for his 
service as greeter and 
photographer! 

New Jersey Picnic to 
be Annual Event 

It doesn't get much better 
than 50 well-fed alumni 
chatting, laughing and 
picnicking together under 
sunny skies on a late summer 



day. Many thanks are due 
sister and brother alums 
Shannon (Holland) 
Desiderioscioli '92 and 
Michael Holland '89, who 
own and operate The 
Barnyard and Carriage 
House in Totowa. New 
Jersey. On August 1 2. the 
restaurant's inviting and 
spacious patio became the 
venue for our private party 
of alums ranging from the 
classes of 1947 through 
2004. (That's seven decades 
of alumni ! ) The Alumni 
Association extends its 
thanks to Jennifer Santa 
'02 and sister Marie 
Santa for 
volunteering to 
staff our first- 
ever "Lyco 
Bookstore on 
the Road," 




Major Gift Officer Chip Edmonds '98, Michael Holland '89. Shannon 
(Holland) Desiderioscioli '92. Jennifer Santa '02, Vice President for College 
Advancement Lynn E. Jackson, and Alumni Director Melanie (Harris) 
Taormina '94 welcome alumni to a late summer picnic in Totowa. NJ. 



where attendees could 
stock up on their Lyco 
shirts, sweats, hats, 
kiddie items, and 
other gear. Mark your 
calendars: Next 
year's New Jersey 
alumni picnic is 
already scheduled for 
August 4, 2007! 

Girardi Night at 
the Williamsport 
Crosscutters Brings 
Large Turn-out 

Alumni close to "home" 
enjoyed a very special 

occasion on August 
30, when they 
came together 
to celebrate 
their 

Lycoming 
ties and 
Frank 




LYCOMINGCOLLEGE 



John '49 and Jacqueline Retkwa 
and Henry Lucas '50 share stories 
of Lycoming's early days. 

Girardi as Coach G was 
honored by the Williamsport 
Crosscutters minor league 
baseball club. The more 
than 60 alumni, guests, and 
Lycoming staff had the 
opportunity to greet the 
celebrated coach at a pre- 
game picnic in Cutters Cove. 
Each also received a limited- 
edition commemorative 
Girardi statue that general 
admissions fan had begun 
lining up four hours before 
game time to get their hands 



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Left to right: Radio personalities (Jan Crisman and Babe Mayer, Coaeh Frank 
Girardi, Crosscullers mascot Rusty Roughcut, and Dr. James E. Douthat at the 
CrossCUtters event in August. 



on! President James E. 
Douthat participated in the 
on-field ceremonies lauding 
Girardi, and Coach threw out 
the ceremonial first pitch, 
sending his best spiral (yes, 
it was a football!) to home 
plate. 

Call for Alumni 
Association Award 
Nominations 

Lycoming College's 
graduates have succeeded in 
many ways — personally, 
professionally and in support 
of the College. To recognize 
Lycoming alumni and their 
successes, the following 
awards are presented 
annually at Homecoming: 

Angela R. kyte 
Outstanding Alumnus 
Award 

Given in honor to a 
senior alumnus who has 
demonstrated a lifetime of 
service to humanity and 
whose life exemplifies those 
qualities encouraged and 
fostered at Lycoming 
College and by its 
predecessor institutions. 

Outstanding Achievement 
Award 

Given in recognition of a 
very special accomplishment 
which reflects positively on 
Lycoming College and/or its 
predecessor institutions. 



This could be in a 
professional field or another 
area of accomplishment. 

Dale V. Bower 
Service Award 

Given to an alumnus or 
non-alumnus for outstanding 
service rendered to 
Lycoming College. 

To submit a nomination 
for any of the above 
awards, please provide the 
following: your name, class 
year, mailing address, 
phone number, and e-mail 
address, along with the 
name of your nominee; his 
or her class year; mailing 
address, phone number, 
and e-mail address (if 
known); the award for 
which you are nominating 
him or her; and specific 
information in support of 
his or her candidacy. 

Send your nomination to: 

Office of Alumni Relations 

Lycoming College 

700 College Place. Box 163 

Williamsport. PA 17701. 
Or submit your nomination 
online at http:// 
www.lycoming.edu/alumni/ 
lcaa/nominationform.htm. 
The Membership, 
Nominations, and Awards 
Committee of the Alumni 
Association Executive Board 
will select the award winners 
from the nominations 
received. 



Annual Student and 
Academic Support 




The Lycoming Annual Fund 

ensures the vitality and strength 

of the College. 











Tuition 

only 

covers 



of the cost of a student's 

education at Lycoming 

Unrestricted Annual Fund dollars 

give the College the flexibility to direct 

funds where they are needed most. 

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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 4, 2006. will be in 
a future issue of the 
Lycoming College Magazine. 

Send news to: 

a) Class Scribe or 

b) Alumni Office 
Lycoming College 
700 College Place 
Williamsport. PA 17701 

c) e-mail: 
alumni(S>lycoming.edu 

d) FAX: (570) 321-4337 



Henry Lucas (history) 
and wife Rita celebrated 
their 50th anniversary on a 
three-week trip to Poland in 
June 2006. 



Class Scribes: 

Ralph Marion 

110 Roswell Farms Lane 

Roswell. GA 30075 

(678) 461-6040 (h) 

rmarionjr@bellsouth.net 

or 

Dick Dingle 

27 Bennett St. 

Williamsport. PA 17701 

(570) 322-5526 (h) 

Richard Dingle (busi- 
ness administration) and his 
wife Betty Dingle celebrated 
their 50-year wedding 
anniversary at Heshbon Park 
United Methodist Church on 
July 2. 

Awards he received this 
year include a 56-year 
member certificate in Post 1, 
American Legion of 
Williamsport, presented by 
the state commander; a 50- 



year service award presented 
by the Susquehanna Council. 
BSA.; and the prestigious 
"Daniel Carter Beard" 
scouting award presented by 
the Right Worshipful Grand 
Master of the Pennsylvania 
grand lodge of masons at 
Williamsport on the 
occasion of Williamsport 
Lodge 106's 200th anniver- 
sary celebration. 

Dingle also received a 
World War II Pennsylvania 
Veterans Service Recogni- 
tion Medallion presented by 
The Honorable Steven W. 
Cappelli. 

He looks forward to the 
next class reunion and 
hearing any class alumni 
news for the next issue of the 
alumni magazine. 



Class Scribe: 

Rev. James Horace Gold 
S23S Old Turnpike Road 
Mifflinburg. PA 17844-6620 
(570) 966-0330 
jegold@up/ink. net 



Class Scribe: 

Arthur Kelts 

22 Stonehill Rd 

North Chelmsford, MA 

01863 

(978) 251-3215 

arkjazz@verizon.net 



Reverend Kenneth 
Arthur (philosophy) 
recently retired from his job 
as minister at the 
Mechanicsburg United 
Methodist Church after a 48- 
year career. 




Left to right: Bob Corrie, Chair of 
the Selection Committee. John R 
Maiolo. and Shawn Hoke, president 
of KDR National. 



John R. Maiolo (psy- 
chology) Professor Emeritus, 
East Carolina University, 
received an Ordo Honoris 
Award from KDR at the 
national convention in July 
in Indianapolis. 

The Ordo Honoris is a 
fraternity within a fraternity, 
and induction and designa- 
tion are the highest 
honor Kappa Delta Rho 
bestows upon an alumni 
brother. According to the 
president of the 
KDR Foundation, "This 
designation is bestowed 
upon only those KDR's who 
exemplify outstanding 
achievement of service and 
dedication to mankind, 
community, business, the 
professions, arts, religion, 
government and our Frater- 
nity." The Ordo Honoris was 
created in the 1980s as a way 
of recognizing achievements 
by KDR alums. 



Class Scribe: 

Geoffrey R. Wood 

6102 Pelican Drive 

New Bern, NC 28560-9769 

(2521-636-0508 

g\\ vod8@co.x. net 



Reverend William 
Hartman (history) was 
elected to Right Eminent 
Grand Commander of the 
Knights Templar in July. A 
testimonial dinner and 
reception was held in his 
honor. 

Donna (Michael) Heiney 
(English) was instrumental 
in the planning and building 
of the new Hughesville Area 
Public Library. She retired 
as a librarian from the 
Hughesville Area Public 
Library. Donna and her 
husband Dave Heiney '62 
reside in Hughesville. 



Class Scribe: 

Evelyn McConnell Derrick 
509 Sherman St. E.xt. 
Muncy PA 17756 
superteach@m icro - link, net 



Class Scribe: 

Bill Lawry 

6 Tolland Circle 

Simsbwy. CT 06070 

(860) 658-7217 

wlawty@aol.com 

Emily (Shaffer) Bassler 

(mathematics) and her 
husband Louis Bassler 
celebrated their 40"' wedding 
anniversary May 14, 2006. 
They reside in 
Montoursville. 



Class Scribe: 

Nancy Snow Cross 
2206 Apple Road 
Fogelsville, PA 18051-1905 

(570) 422-0188 Office 
(610) 285-2757 Home 
crosswinds@earthlink.net 

Ronald C. Blatchley 

(chemistry) received The 
Joseph Priestley Service 
Award established to 



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Ronald Blatchley '65 as Joseph 
Priestley 

recognize outstanding 
community involvement and 
outreach activities. It is 
hoped that this continuing 
award will stimulate 
community involvement in 
the section, and provide 
examples of community- 
active role models for the 
younger professionals in our 
section. The annual award 
includes a modest monetary 
award of $100 and a 
handsome plaque. 



William Henry Flayhart 

111 (history) reports that 
upon his retirement after 35 
years as Professor of History 
& Political Science at 
Delaware State University 
(June 2005), he was elected 
by the Board of Trustees the 
first "Professor Emeritus" of 
Delaware State University, 
2006. This is an appoint- 
ment for life in recognition 
of his distinguished service 
to the University and his 
seven major publications in 
two fields: Maritime History 
and the Era of the French 
Revolution and Napoleon. 



Class Scribe: 

Susan Stewart 

30 Cedarcliff Circle 

Asheville, NC 28803-9541 

susancstewart@hotmail.com 




Left to right: (front) Carol (Edgerton) '70andDonn Downey '71, Janelle 
(Jones) Wehan '71, (back) Judy (Dayton) Abrams '70. Lydia (Vosburgh) 
Hadley '70 and Jack Meehan Not pictured are Ellie Moyle Harris '70, who 
i ould not cmnc due to the flooding o] her home in northern Pa , on J Lj dia s 
husband Pret Hadley, who was golfing in Vermont 



Several Lycoming graduates 
visited the Downeys home in 
upstate New York for a four- 
day mini-reunion this July, 
where they enjoyed exchang- 
ing memories and refreshing 
friendships. All the while, 
Carol and Donn were 
awaiting the news of the 
birth of their first grandchild. 
Louise! Congratulations to 
the Downey Family. 

Howard Marshall 
(business administration) 
and his wife Barbara 
celebrated their 50"' wedding 
anniversary July 2 1 , 2006. 
They reside in Williamsport. 




Have a new 
e-mail address... 
new job... 
new spouse 

Keep us updated at 

http:www.lycoming.edu/ 

alumni. 



Glenda Yost (English) 
recently went on a mission 
trip to Evansville. Ind., with 
her church's Disaster Relief 
Team to aid those who were 
affected by the tornado last 
year. 



Class Scribe: 

Jon (Craig) Koons 

313 Pedley Drive 

Clarks Summit, PA 18411 

(570) 587-3928 

koons71_scribe@yahoo.com 

Bill Olsen (mathematics) 
retired in June from 
Williamsport Area High 
School, where he taught and 
coached for 33 years. He 
and his wife, Cecelia, a 
registered nurse, reside in 
Williamsport. Their daugh- 
ter, Brittany, \\ ill be a 
sophomore at Penn Slate this 
fall. 

Re\. Dr. David Reed 
(religion) has accepted the 
position of Executive 
Director of the I Inited 
Methodist Home for Chil- 



dren in Mechanicsburg, Pa., 
after serving as pastor of the 
Otterbein United Methodist 
Church in Boiling Springs 
for 24 \ ears. The Rev erend 
Kenneth Arthur, also a 
Lycoming alum (Class of 
1958). retired from the 
Executive Director's 
position in June of 2006, 
ha\ ing served in that 
capacity for 35 years. 



Class Scribe: 

Linda (Barton) Kochanov 
34 Jefferson Avenue 
Danbury, CT 06810 
(203) 744-0393 
Kuchi3@aol.com 

Michael Robinson 

(business administration) is 
the Founder and President of 
PAP Security Printing. Inc. 
PAP Security has received 
exclusive rights for the 
distribution of International 
Games Technology's slot 
machines in Pennsylvania. 

Michael Coodreau 
(political science) has been 
recognized for achieving 
honor student status from the 
Central Atlantic School of 
Banking. Honor students are 
selected through outstanding 
work during school and on a 
post-test examination. 
Goodreau is employed as a 
loan officer with Citizens 
and Northern Bank in the 
Wellsboro office. 

Lynda Livingston 
(psychology), the Vice 
President ol'PDC Spas, was 
featured in Pool & S/hi 
Living in July. 

Kathleen Dixon 
Donnelly, Ph.D. (English 
and Communication Arts), 
currentlj living in Birming- 
ham. UK, will soon embark 
on her next "Gypsy Teacher" 
voyage aboard the Semester 
at Sea program this summer. 



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Kathleen has published three 
volumes in the Gypsy 
Teacher series on Lulu 
(www.lulu.com), the world's 
fastest-growing provider of 
print-on-demand books. 
The three Gypsy Teacher 
"blooks" — books comprised 
of blogs — chronicle her first 
time teaching in summer- 
abroad programs throughout 
Europe in the summer of 
2002 (Dixon Donnelly @ 
Sea), her year of being a 50+ 
unemployed academic in 
Florida in 2003 ("Every 
Wednesday?!"), and her re- 
location to Birmingham. UK, 
and first year as an expatriate 
(A Yank in 'Brum). A fourth 
volume, Gypsy Teacher, 
brings together the excerpts 
from the other three that are 
about teaching, students, and 
trying to teach. All are 
available at www.lulu.com/ 
gypsyteacher. 

Kathleen has been invited 
back on Semester at Sea's 
summer program, this time 
sailing to seven ports in Asia. 
"My Irish husband Tony and 
I have never been to this part 
of the world before." she 
explains. "And we love the 
Semester at Sea program, so 
we are really excited to be 
going back. I will be 
teaching two classes every 
day we are at sea, and Tony 
will be resuming his position 
by the pool, smoking with 
the American college 
students. Tough job." 

Kathleen explains that she 
published on Lulu because 
she wanted to be in control 
of the process and found 
Lulu's print-on-demand tools 
to be fast, easy and, most 
importantly, free. "The first 
time we sailed, I produced 
weekly tapes for the Radio 
Reading Service in Miami, 
Fla., where I was a volunteer. 
Eventually, I printed them up 



for friends from the voyage, 
and then posted them on 
blogger.com," she says. 
"This time I've set up a blog, 
Dixon Donnelly in Asia, on 
my Lulu site. I hope we can 
post photos and video clips 
as well, but I've delegated 
Tony to figure out how to do 
that. So we'll have to wait 
and see." 

Semester at Sea, 
www.semesteratsea.com, is 
operated by the Institute for 
Shipboard Education and 
brings American college 
students and faculty together 
for academic courses, taught 
on board ship and in port. 
Voyages in the autumn and 
spring circumnavigate the 
globe, while the summer 
program, 66 days at sea, 
focuses on one region. 

Kathleen will be teaching 
classes in International 
Marketing and Writing for 
Media in the academic 
program, which is now 
operated by the University of 
Virginia. The Summer 2006 
voyage will leave from San 
Diego, Calif, and stop in 
Honolulu. Hawaii; Keelung. 
Taiwan; Singapore; Kuantan. 
Malaysia; Ho Chi Minh City, 
Vietnam; Hong Kong; 
Busan, Korea; and Kobe, 
Japan. It will return to San 
Diego at the end of August. 

Kathleen, now a Senior 
Lecturer in the Business 
School at the University of 
Central England (UCE) in 
Birmingham, has also served 
as Interport Lecturer for 
Great Britain and the 
Republic of Ireland in the 
Summer 2005 voyage. A 
native of Pittsburgh, Pa., she 
attended Lycoming from 
1969 to 1972 as a member of 
the Scholars program, 
graduating with a major in 
English and a self-designed 



interdisciplinary major in 
Communication Arts. 

Her MBA is from 
Duquesne University in 
Pittsburgh, and she has a 
Post Graduate Certificate in 
Higher Education from UCE. 
For her Ph.D. in Communi- 
cations from Dublin City 
University in Ireland. 
Kathleen researched early 
twentieth century writers' 
salons. 

She is the owner of K. 
Donnelly Communications, a 
member of the Staffordshire 
Amblers walking group, and 
a volunteer with the West 
Midlands Arts & Business 
program. She lives with her 
husband. Tony Dixon, and 
their two cats, William 
Butler Yeats and Lady 
Augusta Gregory, in the 
Sutton Coldfield area of 
Birmingham. 



Class Scribes: 

Virginia (Ginny) Shamlian 

P.O. Box 240 

Mt. Tabor, NJ 07878 

(908) 295-4553 (c) 

shamlianUioptonline.net 

or 

Sherrie Burton Smith 

103 S. Cherry Grove Ave 

Annapolis MD 21401-3629 

(410) 280-9086 

sandrsmith@verizon.net 

Judith (Myers) Fischer 

(French) recently retired 
from the Southern York 
County School District after 
teaching second and third 
grades in the elementary 
school for 33 years. She is 
very much looking forward 
to retirement and relaxing! 



Class Scribe: 

Sheny L. MacPherson 
P.O. Box 167 
Shiloh, NJ 08353 
(856) 451-4976 
SL Macp@aol. com 



Class Scribe: 

Gail Gleason Beamer 
82 Littlefield Lane 
Marlborough, MA 01 752 
(508)460-0682 
Beamette(a)aol. com 



Nancy Conrad (psychol- 
ogy). Counsel with White 
and Williams LLP, has been 
named the recipient of the 
2006 ATHENA Award. The 
award was presented in June 
2006 by Executive Women's 
Council (EWC) of the 
Greater Lehigh Valley 
Chamber of Commerce at 
the ATHENA Awards 
program, part of the EWC's 
Celebrating Women 2006 
Conference. 

The award honors women 
who strive towards the 
highest levels of professional 
accomplishment, 
excel in their chosen field, 
devote time and energy to 
their community in a 
meaningful way, and 
open paths for others to 
follow. The ATHENA 
Award was first presented in 
1982 by the Chamber of 
Commerce in Lansing. Mich. 
The award is named for 
Athena, the goddess of 
Greek mythology, who 
represented the virtues of 
courage and wisdom. It was 
developed as an award to 
honor the accomplishments 
of women and those promot- 
ing women. The ATHENA 
Award is presented to 



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individuals who, through 
their accomplishments, 
embody the spirit and virtues 
of the goddess Athena. The 
ATHENA award recognizes: 
the assistance of women in 
reaching their full leadership 
potential: the demonstrated 
excellence, creativity and 
initiative in a business or 
profession: and valuable 
service by devoting time and 
energy to improving the 
quality of life for others in 
the community. 

Following a successful 
career as a teacher and 
school counselor, Ms. 
Conrad received her J.D. 
cum laude from The Temple 
University School of Law, 
where she was the recipient 
of the American College of 
Trial Lawyers Medal for 
Excellence in Advocacy. 
Currently, her practice 
includes representing 
management in all areas of 
employment relations, 
including the defense of 
discrimination and harass- 
ment claims, wrongful 
discharge suits and contract 
claims. 

Most recently, Ms. 
Conrad was nominated by 
her colleagues in the state of 
Pennsylvania and selected by 
Law and Politics magazine 
as a Pennsylvania "Super 
Lawyer." In addition to 
serving on numerous legal 
committees, including the 



Pennsylvania Bar Associa- 
tion Commission for Women 
in the Profession and the 
Lehigh County Bar Associa- 
tion Law Day Committee, 
Ms. Conrad devotes time and 
energy to community 
programs that reach out to 
residents of the Lehigh 
Valley. 

She volunteers as a Court 
Appointed Special Advocate 
for children in Lehigh 
County and advocates on 
behalf of children whose 
parental rights have been 
terminated and are adjudi- 
cated dependent. 

She speaks in local 
schools, colleges, and 
professional organizations on 
various legal topics. Follow- 
ing a diagnosis of breast 
cancer three years ago, Ms. 
Conrad supports several 
cancer-related programs in 
the Lehigh Valley, and serves 
on the Board of Directors for 
The Women's 5K Classic 
and The Wellness Commu- 
nity, Greater Lehigh Valley. 
Ms. Conrad resides with her 
three children in Emmaus, 
Pa. 

With over 225 attorneys 
in eight offices. White and 
Williams LLP represents 
clients in transactional 
matters and all aspects of 
civil litigation and appellate 
practice in state and federal 
courts. The law firm's 
litigation practice encom- 
passes such areas as business 
and employment issues, 
products liability, medical 
malpractice, toxic and mass 
torts and insurance coverage 
and reinsurance matters. 
The firm's business practice 
includes the representation 
of clients in such matters as 
the formation, governance 
and operation of corporate 
organizations, mergers and 
acquisitions, and bankruptcy 
related matters. 



Class Scribe: 

Brian Leonard 

5901 E. Prince George Drive 

Springfield. VA 22152 

(703)569-0146 

hrianui ral.ph 



Class Scribes: 

Edward and Jane I Snyder) 

Bird 

8 Fernstead Lane 

Berlin. CT 06037 

fishll56@sbcglobal.net 

George W. Gedon 

(political science) and his 
wife Antoinette celebrated 
their 55"' wedding anniver- 
sary September 12. The 
Gedons reside in 
Montoursville. 

Michael C. Karney 
(sociology) and his wife Jane 
celebrated their 30" 1 wedding 
anniversary May 1 , 2006. 
The Karneys reside in South 
Williamsport. 

Lynette Laylon Smith, 
DDS (biology) was installed 
as President of the North 
Carolina Academy of 
General Dentistry during its 
annual meeting February 
2006 in Cary, N.C. Dr. Smith 
is a 1983 graduate of the 
UNC School of Dentistry. 
Dr. Smith is a member of the 
American Dental Associa- 
tion, the North Carolina 
Dental 




Society, and the 
Academy of Operative 
Dentistry. She is a Fellow of 
both the Academy of 
Dentistry International and 
the Academy of General 
Dentistry. She and her 
husband. Dr. Ben Smith, 
have practiced general 
dentistry in Mount Airy, 
N.C, for 16 years. 



Class Scribe: 

John Piazza 

416 Pine Si reel 

Williamsport. PA 17701 

(570) 321-1818 

I piazza 3<a verizon.net 

William D. Beasley 

(physics) has been confirmed 
as the new deputy count) 
manager of Polk County, I hi. 



Class Scribe: 

Roy Crowe 

305 North Rd 

Garden City, XY 11530 

roycrowe(a optonline.net 

Dave Argall (political 
science) received his Ph.D. 
in public administration on 
May 1 2, from Penn State- 
Harrisburg. The topic of his 
dissertation was "A policv 
analysis of the first six years 
of Pennsylv ania's Keystone 
Opportunity Zone Program. 
1998 to 2004: Enlightened 
economic development or 
corporate welfare." 

Marlin R. Cromlev 
(business administration), a 
team host, commonlv 
referred to as "team uncle" 
in Little League Baseball 
World Series circles, hosted 
the 20(16 Little League World 
Series Champions from 
Columbus. Ga. This was the 
eighth year that Marlin has 
participated as host of a 



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Little League World Series 
team, having been "uncle" to 
teams from Boise, Idaho; 
Vancouver, Wash., Tokyo, 
Japan (world champions of 
2001); Clemmons, N.C., 
Tokyo, Japan (world 
champions of 2003); 
Morganton, N.C.; and 
Maitland. Fla. Team 
"uncles" act as ambassadors 
of goodwill for Little League 
Baseball. This group of 
dedicated volunteers makes 
everyone feel welcome and 
ensures that everything runs 
smoothly for participants. 



Joseph L. Caschera, 
CPA, (accounting) was 
elected treasurer of the North 
Central Chapter of the 
Pennsylvania Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants 
(PICPA) for the 2006-2007 
fiscal year. He is chief 
financial officer of Cable 
Services, Inc., in 
Williamsport. Joseph 
resides in South 
Williamsport. 



Class Scribe: 
Lynn Cruickshank 
126 Roselawn Avenue 
Fairport, NY 14450 
(585) 388-8998 
lynnacip@yahoo. com 



Class Scribe: 

Theo (Gude) Truck 
4310 Sentinel Place 
Kennesaw, GA 30144 
(770) 792-8508 
theotruch@bellsoutht.net 



Class Scribe: 

Patricia M. (Dempsey) 

Hutchinson 

791 Caley Road 

King of Prussia, PA 19406 

(610) 768-0404 

inphutch@msn.com 



Class Scribe: 

Tina Muheim 

604 Washington Square, Apt 

1410 

Philadelphia. PA 19106 

(215) 574-0160 (h) 

(215) 928-8436 (w) 

tmuheim@comcast.net 



Class Scribe: 

Cindy Smith Snyderman 
3 Edwin Miller Drive 
Glen Mills, PA 19342 
(610) 558-0998 (h) 
stealthcu@aol.com 

Bill Frick (religion) co- 
authored an article with his 
brother John (Ed) Frick 92 

that was published in The 
Journal of Educational 
Alternatives - Principles, 
Practices and Leadership 
(Volume 2, Number 1 ): 
Sustaining Professional 
Development and Aspiring 
to a Continuous Learning 
Ethic - Efforts at Building 
Authentic Learning Commu- 
nities for Faculty and 
Administration (Fall 2005). 
The Frick brothers also 
conducted a session on the 
high-leverage educational 
practice of continuous 
learning ethic at the Pennsyl- 
vania Association of Federal 
Program Coordinators' 
Improving School Perfor- 
mance Conference in 
Pittsburgh, Pa., in January 
2006. 



Another article authored 
by Bill was recently pub- 
lished in the Journal of 
Beliefs and Values: Studies 
in Religion and Education, 
"Redressing the balance of 
community schooling and 
religion in the United 
States." 

Bill completed his Ph.D. 
in Educational Theory and 
Policy Studies at The 
Pennsylvania State Univer- 
sity and accepted a position 
as assistant professor of 
Educational Leadership and 
Policy Studies at The 
University of Oklahoma. 

Bill's wife Kathrine has 
also accepted a position at 
Oklahoma University as a 
professor in the Education 
Department. The couple 
recently relocated from 
Lebanon, Pa., to Norman, 
Okla. 

Lisa Witkowski (history) 
was among those recently 
honored as one of the greater 
Atlantic City region's "Top 
40 under 40," presented by 
the Atlantic County Jaycees 
and Atlantic City Weekly. 
The award recognizes 40 of 
the region's best and 
brightest young leaders. As 
an outspoken and dedicated 
advocate for mesothelioma 
victims, Lisa has been an 
active lobbyist visiting 
legislators in Washington, 
D.C., to seek justice for the 
workers, veterans, and others 
who were exposed to 
asbestos while doing their 
part to build the American 
dream for the rest of us. 

Mesothelioma is a rare 
form of cancer that is caused 
by exposure to asbestos. It 
killed Lisa's father. Eugene, 
in 2003. 

A "card-carrying" 
member of the ACLU, her 
efforts toward raising 
awareness have appeared in 
television and print articles 
nationwide. 



In addition, she is active 
in animal rescue efforts and 
is a volunteer with Noah's 
Wish, a not-for-profit animal 
welfare organization with the 
mission to keep animals 
alive during a disaster. She 
is a member of the Society 
for Human Resources 
Management and the 
National Association of 
Female Executives. 

Lisa is a certified Senior 
Professional in Human 
Resources (SPHR) and 
works as the Director of 
Human Resources for a 
healthcare company in Egg 
Harbor Township. N.J. 



Class Scribe: 

Wendy Park Myers 
1 Yorktown Drive 
Shamong, NJ 08088 
(609) 268-5458 (h) 
timwendym@comcast.net 



Class Scribe: 

Courtenay Wells Arendt 
633 Oak Farm Court 
Lutherville, MD 21093 
(410) 561-0909 
cma86@msn.com 



Class Scribe: 

Malena (DeMore) Pearson 

407 Winthrop Street 

South Williamsport, PA 

17702 

(570) 320-7370 

mpearson@elsd. org 



Class Scribe: 

Julie Makatche Collins 
1209 Hatfield Court 
Abingdon, MD 21009 
(410) 676-0072 
Julie. Collins@kcc. com 



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Sharon (Ryall) 
Varriechione (art) currently 
w oiks in Boston as a 
marketing manager and li\es 
in Mansfield. Mass.. with her 
husband Marc and daughters 
Abigail Ryall. 3, and Lola 
Edith, 7 months. 

John (Ed) Frick (his- 
tory) will continue his 
educational pursuits at 
Immaculata University 
beginning in January 2007. 
He has been accepted into 
the doctoral program for 
educational leadership and 
will also be earning Superin- 
tendeney certification (letter 
of eligibility). He recently 
completed an additional 
Pennsylvania certification 
through Bucknell University 
for District-Wide Curriculum 
and Instruction. 

James F. Frommer, Jr., 
D.O., A.T.,C, B.A (chemis- 
try), a native of Bethlehem. 
Pa., passed his Board 
Certification examination in 
the field of Neuromuscular 
Medicine and Osteopathic 
Manual Medicine offered by 
the American Osteopathic 
Board of Neuromuscular 
Medicine and Osteopathic 
Manual Medicine. Dr. 
Frommer is one of less than 
600 physicians nationwide to 
have completed such training 
level of expertise. As a 
graduate of the Philadelphia 
College of Osteopathic 
Medicine in 1996. he 
completed his internship as a 
member of the last class at 
the former Allentown 
Osteopathic Medical Center. 
From there he studied in the 
field of General and Ortho- 
pedic Surgery at Pinnacle 
Health at Polyclinic and 
Memorial Hospitals in 
Harrisburg and York, Pa., 
respectively. He then 
completed a Family Medi- 
cine Residency at Sacred 
Heart Hospital in Allentown, 
Pa. 



Frommer has been in 
private practice in his 
hometown of Bethlehem. 
Pa., since 2001, and is the 
Medical Director of the 
Lehigh Valley Institute for 
Sports and Musculoskeletal 
Medicine, the only center in 
his area devoted to non- 
surgical musculoskeletal 
medicine. In addition to his 
board certification in NMM/ 
OMM he is Board Certified 
by the American Osteopathic 
Board of Family Practice in 
Family Medicine and 
Osteopathic Manual Treat- 
ment and is a Diplomat of 
the National Board of 
Osteopathic Medical 
Examiners. Dr. Frommer 
serves as the Primary Care 
Team Physician for 
Moravian College, and the 
Head Team Physician for the 
Philadelphia Force, the 
National Pro Fastpitch 
professional softball team. 
He and his wife Bonnie live 
in the Greater Lehigh Valley 
area. 

Mike Davison (business 
administration) served as 
Toastmaster for the 1 1 7 th 
Annual Alumni Banquet held 
in May at Canton High 
School, from which he 
graduated. 



Class Scribe: 

Jayme (Yerger) Cashman 

4St)K Virginia Road 

Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 

(717)730-7487 

cash9200(Q qmail.com 

or 

Andrea Ruble Miller 

2897 Willow Wood Court 

( 'rofion. Ml) 21114 

(4 10J-72 1-6225 

ampmchicerCa aol.com 



Rachel (Breen) Shea 
(psychology ) was named 
Teacher of the Year 2006-07 

for the Hawthorne Public 
School System. 



Class Scribe: 

Michele (Wawroski) Hogan 

"Smart Road 

Sterling. MA 01564 

(781) 444-2254 (h) 

michelciaxanan.com 

Mitch Osman (criminal 
justice) has been named 
Chief of the Towanda 
Borough Police Department. 

Osman resides in Sayre 
with his wife and two 
children. 

Steven Maund (account- 
ing) has joined the firm of 
Dunlap and Associations, 
P.C. in Chalfont as the 
Director of Business 
Valuation and Litigation 
Support Services. 

Maund's primary role will 
involve working with clients 
and attorneys to pro\ ide 
business valuation and 
litigation support services. 



Class Scribe: 

Bob Martin 
2467 Rome 10 East 
Building 6 Unit 1-B 
Morns Plains. X.l 1)7950 
(973)401-1983 flu 
MarttnlStha aol.eom 

Noah Hungerford 
(philosophy) was recruited in 
March 2006 to be the 
drummer for the new country 
rock band VAN ZANT The 
band now has a gold record. 
So Noah has a gold record to 
hang on his wall! Proud 
mom is Rachael Hungerford. 
Assistant Professor of 
Education. 



Jason Stamm (chemis- 
trj i was deployed overseas 
in April to help support 
Operation Iraqi Freedom. 
Stamm is an interna! 
medicine physician and is 
normally assigned to the 59 ,h 
Medical Wing in San 
Antonio. Tex. 

Michael Bell (art) is an 
art teacher at Southern High 
School. Since he first began 
teaching, he has helped build 
the school art program, 
started a gifted summer 
program, and initiated a 
school art show called Art 
Quest. 



Class Scribe: 

Angela (Dakshaw) Sweeney 
224 Jefferson Avenue 
Downingtown, PA 19335 
angela.sweeney(a verizon.net 




Michael G. Charles, 

CPA. (accounting I was 
elected president of the 
North Central Chapter of the 
Pennsylvania Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants 
(I'll PA) for the 2006-2007 
fiscal year. Charles is 
assistant vice president and 
tax officer of Citizens ^V 
Northern Bank m Wellsboro, 
Pa. He is past president of 
the Wellsboro \ica t hamber 
of Commerce and is an 
instructor w ith the Penns) I- 
vania Bankers Association 



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Professional Development 
Network. He volunteers for 
the American Cancer 
Society's Relay for Life team 
in Tioga County, and is 
parade marshal of the annual 
Pennsylvania State Laurel 
Festival Parade. 

Romey D. Fagnano, 
CPA, (accounting) was 
elected president-elect of the 
North Central Chapter of the 
Pennsylvania Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants 
(PICPA) for the 2006-2007 
fiscal year. Romey special- 
izes in taxation for individu- 
als and businesses at 
William R. Hoffmann Ltd. 
in Williamsport. He is 
working on his master's 
degree in business 
administration. 

A member of the 
chapter Nominations 
Committee, he resides in 
Northumberland, Pa. 

Dr. Cara Nicolini Hilton 
(psychology) recently 
defended her dissertation and 
completed her doctorate 
degree in psychology. Her 
dissertation examined the 
psychological impact of 
incarcerated parents on their 
offspring. During her 
doctorate training, she also 
completed a clinical spe- 
cialty in infant and preschool 
mental health. She plans to 
continue at her position as an 
adjunct professor in the 
graduate department of 
Professional Psychology and 
Marriage/Family Therapy at 
Seton Hall University. 



Class Scribe: 

Lauren Kolaya 

1081 Oakland Avenue 

Plainfield, NJ 07060-3411 

(908) 755-5710 or 

(908) 962-0816 

lvco97@aol.com 

or 

Kirsten (Schwalm) Miller 

122 BresslerSt. 

Sayre, PA 18840 

(570) 888-6486 

kirstenbrian(S cyber- 

quest.com 

Elissa Totin (biology) 
was named Supervisor of the 
Croydon Creek Nature 
Center in Rockville. Md. 
The Nature Center's mission 
is to help the public interpret 
their urban environment 
through a variety of public 
programming events. 

Prior to this position, she 
was a Science Educator for 
the Environmental Resource 
Program at the University of 
North Carolina in Chapel 
Hill, N.C., and the Coordina- 
tor for School Programs at 
the Chicago Botanic Garden 
in Glencoe, 111. Elissa 
resides in Rockville, Md. 



Class Scribe: 

Brenda (Bowser) Soder 
2105 Carriage Square Place 
Silver Spring, MD 20906 
(301) 946-4321 
BrendaSoder@comcast.net 

Dr. Heather Duda 

(English) graduated in May 
from Indiana University of 
Pennsylvania with her 
doctorate in philosophy. Her 
area of concentration is 
Literature and Criticism, and 
her dissertation is entitled, 
"An Examination of the 
Contemporary Monster 
Hunter in Popular Culture: 
Murderers and Men of God." 



Heather has accepted a 
full-time, one-year 
teaching position at 
Indiana University of 
Pennsylvania, where 
she will be teaching 
the core liberal arts 
classes. 

Matt Wolfe 
(business administra- 
tion) has filmed his 
first movie, called 
"Left/Right," with his 
brother Todd. Wolfe 
returned to his hometown of 
Danville, Pa., for two weeks 
to do part of the filming. 
He is currently working a 
sales job in Fayetteville, Ark 



Class Notes: 

Heather Myers 

321 Oak Street 

South Williamsport, PA 

17702 

570-327-1408 (h) 

heatherrael9@hotmail.com 

Julie (Harris) Ranelli 

(psychology) works as the 
Children's/Young Adult 
Librarian at the Kent Island 
Branch of the Queen Anne's 
County Free Library in 
Stevensville, Md. 

She serves on the 
Maryland Blue Crab Award 
Committee, which selects 
the year's best books 
published nationwide for 
beginning and transitional 
readers. 

She continues to write 
book reviews for School 
Library Journal and 
Multicultural Review. 

Alexander Nohai- 
Seaman (music) graduated 
with a Doctorate in Musical 
Arts in Composition from 
University of Wisconsin- 
Madison in May. 

His works have recently 
been performed in Wiscon- 
sin, Illinois, New York, 




Left to right: (front) Calista Nohai- 
Seaman 12026), Jennifer Nohai- 
Seaman '99, Alexander Nohai- 
Seaman '99, Kevin Speicher '99, 
(back) Joseph Bergen '99, Trevor 
Loehr 99, Ava Loehr (2026), Vicki 
Loehi; and Karen Lyons '99. 
Also in attendance: Mike and Kathv 
Lambiaso. 

Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, 
and Arizona. His wife 
Jennifer Nohai-Seaman '99 

held a surprise graduation 
party for him in New York, 
where they grew up. They 
have a two-year-old daugh- 
ter, Calista Evelyn. Jennifer 
currently teaches high school 
mathematics in Beloit, Wise. 

Nathan Baker (art, 
commercial and graphic 
design) has been hired as 
Web designer for Develisys 
of Hummelstown. He is 
responsible for creating 
innovative Web sites and e- 
mail communications for 
clients. 



Class Scribe: 

Amanda Peterman dalla 

Piazza 

115 Carpenter St. 

Muncy, PA 17756 

(570) 546-9440 

harbingerll@hotmail.com 

Darrin IVlangiacarne 

(biology) was among the 243 
physicians awarded the 
Doctor of Osteopathic 
Medicine Degree from 
Philadelphia College of 
Osteopathic Medicine 
(PCOM). 



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He is currently doing an 
internship at Chino Valley 
Medical Center in Chino, 
Calif. 



Class Scribe: 

Andrea (Duncan) 
Mitcheltree 

3695 Meadow Lane 
Bethlehem. Pa 18020 
(6101-419-4711 
iheduncia haHnail.eam 



Class Scribe: 

Sharon Rogers 
218 69th St. 
Guttenberg. NJ 07093 
(201) 679-2611 
SharonR6300(a aol.com 

Greg Brown (history) 
has been named the head 
women's s\\ tmming coach at 
Siena College. Loudonville, 
N.Y. 

Amy Carey (psychology) 
recently accepted a position 
as a Technical Information 
Analyst for the PsycINFO 
database at the American 
Psychological Association in 
Washington. D.C. She has 
also been writing for an up- 
and-coming pet magazine. 
Paws, Claws, Hooves, and 
All, which is distributed 
throughout South Central 
Pennsylvania. She currently 
resides in Gaithersburg. Md. 

Austin Duckett (business 
administration) recently left 
Ursinus College, where he 
was the Assistant Director of 
Leadership Development and 
Student Activities for the 
past four years. 

He is pursuing a master's 
degree in higher education 
from the Counseling and 
Educational Psychology 
Department at West Chester 
University. 



Gregory A. English 

(biology) graduated in June 
from Lake Erie College of 
Osteopathic Medicine. He is 
now an Internal Medicine 
Resident at the Hennepin 
County Medical Center in 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Jason Black (mathemat- 
ics) has been appointed head 
coach of the Central Dau- 
phin High School basketball 
team. 

Joseph Connell (busi- 
ness administration) returned 
to Lycoming College in 
September 2006 to hold a 
leadership workshop 
entitled. "Values, Vision, and 
Voice." After graduating 
from Lycoming he continued 
his education at Miami 
University earning a master's 
in College Student Person- 
nel. Joe is currently the 
assistant Director of the 
Education Enrichment 
Center at William Paterson 
University. 




Joe Council '112 lends leadership 
workshop with Lycoming students 



Class Scribe: 
Charlenc Bartolotta 
82-20 1'arsons Blvd.. Apt. I 
Jamaica. NY 11432 
chartolottal 23(a vahoo.com 

Cassandra Cole (politi- 
cal science and philosophy) 
recently graduated from 
Temple University 's Beasley 
School of Law with a 2006 
Juris Doctorate. 



A mini reunion 
ol Alpha Sigma 

Ion sisters was 
held at ( 'rystal 
Smith V hiatal 
shower on 
August I') in 

Mayfield, Pa. 
I cli io right 
(trout) Jennifer 
I'm: 04, 
( m mliI Smith 

'<>>. nihl Kirsten 
Newman '04, 
(back) lime 
DiSante '06. 
Lauren Watkins 
Dana Newbury 
Fetscher '06. 




'06. 

06. Debbie 



Class Scribe: 

C hristine Colella 

747 Cherry Lane 

Brick, NJ 08723 

(201) 401-7925 

LycoChristine 1 1 l(a aol. com 

or 

MissChristineOa hotmail. com 



Kim A. Colline (art) 
received her master's with 
honors from Hoffstra 
University on Long Island. 
She was in the Creative Arts 
Therapy program. She is 
employed through 
California's Department of 
Mental Health at Coalinga 
State Hospital as an Art 
Rehabilitation Therapist. 

Cassandra Funk 
(psychology) completed her 
master's degree in Student 



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of LycorWw CsCUat 

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Lycoming Annual Fund - 
1 with as little as $1 - 
can make a huge 
difference in 
Lycoming's future. 

The percentage of alumni who 
make a gift to the Annual Fund 
is one of the factors used by 
foundations when awarding 
grant money. In addition, this 
percentage is also utilized 
■> by U.S. News & World 
Report when determining 
its annual college 
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A Lycoming Legacy: The Leffler-Kerrick family celebrates William P. Leffler, 
Ill's graduation from Lycoming College, May 2006. These family members are 
graduates and future graduates of Lycoming: Julie Eighmey Leffler. '78. 
William I' Leffler, Jr. 79. Lindsay Haschak '07. William P Leffler, 111 '06, Amy 
Leffler 10, Geoffrey S. Kerrick '76, and Cheryl Leffler Kerrick '75. 



Affairs at Penn State 
University in May 2006. 
She has accepted a position 
at Capital University in 
Columbus, Ohio, as the 
Program Coordinator for 
Community Service and 
Leadership Development. 

Kirsten Newman 
(communication-corporate) 
is working as the Standards 
Administrator for the Society 
of Cable Telecommunica- 
tions Engineers (SCTE) in 
Exton, Pa. SCTE is a non- 
profit professional organiza- 
tion for members of the 
cable telecommunications 
industry. She is working in 
the standards department to 
facilitate the creation of new 
standards for the industry. 



Class Scribe: 

Kristen Dart 

22 Moore Ave. 

Saratoga Springs NY 12866 

ilarkris33(a hot mail, com 

Bradley Webb (history) 
has been promoted from a 
graduate assistant for student 
activities to a full-time 
Acting Area Coordinator in 
charge of three upper-class 



residence halls at the 
University of Pittsburgh at 
Johnstown (Johnstown, Pa.). 
He is also working on his 
master's degree in Student 



Affairs in Higher Education 
at Indiana University of Pa. 



Class Scribe: 

Michele Connors 
243 West Main Street 
Weatherly, PA 18255 
mconnors@inbox. com 

Laura Stewart (religion) 
started serving Fort Loudon 
and Edenville United 
Methodist Churches as a 
Student Local Pastor in July. 
She completed an intro 
course this past summer at 
Wesley Theological Semi- 
nary and will continue with 
her course work toward a 
Master of Divinity in the 
fall. 

Alexis Bortle (communi- 
cations) has had her photo- 



graph, entitled "Slave to the 
Metal," published in Endless 
Journeys. The photograph is 
also a finalist in The Interna- 
tional Library of 
Photography's annual photo 
contest. 




LYCOMING HONORS 

MEMORY OF 
irrYDiv/rirr> nni t vr<v Lycoming College honored the memory of 

FORMER COLLEGE former College president Dr. Harold Hutson with a 
PRESIDENT memorial service at Lindsay Memorial Chapel on 

DR. HUTSON October 10. 

Dr. Hutson, who was Lycoming's president from 
969 until his retirement in 1976, died at his home 
in Greensboro, N.C., on July 15, 2006, at the age of 92. 
"Lycoming College today confirms the leadership and 
legacy of its 1 2 th President and honors and celebrates 
his life and his work on God's earth," said Dr. James E. 
Douthat, President of the College, at the service. "In 
gratitude we remember and give thanks for Harold H. 
Hutson's work and devotion here at Lycoming College." 
Dr. Hutson served as professor of religion at 
\ Birmingham Southern University (1938-1946) and at 

Ohio Wesleyan University (1947-1952). In 1952 he was 
elected president of Greensboro College (N.C.), leaving 
in 1964 to become the provost at American University. 
..hen his retirement from Lycoming was announced, then-Board Chair W. 
Gibbs McKenney cited his many accomplishments and noted his academic and 
fiscal leadership during what was described as "a period of severe change in 
American higher education." 

Dr. Hutson is survived by his four children, Martha, Amanda, Mark 72 and 
Jane '74; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His wife Virginia died 
in 2000. 



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R R 



Eleanor (Beers) 

Amico'69 and Bill Wilson 
were married on June 17, 
2006 in Whitewater, WI. 

Kristin (Fisher) '% and 
Robert DiGiacomo were 
married on April 22, 2006 in 
Catasaqua, PA. She was 
given aw ay by her father. 
James Fisher "69. Other 
alumni in attendance 
included Sybill (Novotnak) 
Zola '96 (matron of honor), 
Stacy Bree '96 (bridesmaid) 
and Vicki (Shiro) Reynolds 
'96. 



s 



Nicole and 
Chris Bailey 



Nicole 
(Guffey) '96 
and Chris 
Bailey were 
married on 
April 15.2006 
in the Riviera 
Maya, Mexico. 
At the 

reception, held 
in Pa., Lycoming alumni in 
attendance were: 
Betsy (Jacobs) Dries '96, 
Stacie (Birmingham) Pasco 
'96, Allison (Hale) Sullivan 
'96, Tiffany (Snopkoski) 
Seidita '96, Chad Bailey 
'92, Paula Jamski '00. 
Jeremy Boney '00. Donna 
(Fisher) Dreese '72, and 
Darryl Dreese '71 

Tami (Sickles) '96 & 

Frank McCartney were 
married on April 
2 1 . 2006. 
Alumni guests 
included Judy Oh 
'96, Dawn Burrell 
'96. Karen 
(Harmen) 
McSherry '97, and 
Susan (Hogel) 
Jorgensen '94 




Jaclyn and 
Matthew Speirs 



Left in right: 
Jennifer (Farrone) 
Stuck '98 Kate 
Rentschler, Tina 
(Bennett) Henry 
'9S. Kimberfy 
(Sheriff) 

Hockenbroch '9K 
Shannon 

Dentinger '9H, ami 
Keri (Fetterolf) 
McMahon '98. 



were Jennifer (Farrone) 
Stack '98. Shannon 
Dentinger '98, Tina 
(Bennett) Henry '98 

(bridesmaid), and Keri 
(Fetterolf) McMahon '98 

(bridesmaid). 

Jennifer (Haldaman) '01 
and Ryan McCarthy '02 
were married on July 8, 2006. 
in Bethlehem, Pa. Nicole 
Murnane 
'01 and 
Hillary 
Barrett 
'01 were 
brides- 
maids. 
Other 
alumni in 
attendance 
were Tom 
'00 and Kristen 
(Montgomery) Dufner '98. 
Jerry Kilkenny '01, Laura 
Lebo '01. Natalie Klinger 
'01. Maren Attanasio '01, 
Elyse (Henry) DeLillo '02 
and Trish (Lupo) Levine '01. 



Jaclyn 
(Kovaschetz) '03 

and Matthew Speirs 
were married on 
May 13, 2006. at 
Mount Pleasant 
United Methodist 
Church. Sunbury, 
Pa. The couple 
now resides in 




Jennifer and 
Ryan McCarthy 



Brooks '05 were soloists. 
Mike Wood "06 and 
Matthew Bruce '05 were 
groomsmen. Krystal Ray '05 
and Bethany Mingle '05 
were bridesmaids and soloists. 
Jill Parker '05and Luis 
Hernandez '06 were readers. 



Sarah (Kiely) '05 and 
Joseph Balduino '04 were 
married on June 23. 2006. 
Bridesmaids were Alicia Hahn 
'05. Theresa LaBarte '05. 
and Kelli Watson '05. 
Best man was Jason 
Moran '04. 

y Left in right Kyle Kenthack '05, 
Theresa LaBarte '05, Amy Kempt 

'OS. Michael Marine '05, Kelly 
Hughes '08, Kelli (Watson) Davis 
'OS. Seun Murphy '06, Alicia Hahn 

'OS. Jennifer \lorun '06, Chad 
Decker 'Ob. Minily Cnlp 'OS Derrick 
Dull '07, Erin Long '04, Jason 
Moran '04. Lynn (Pinchbeck) 
Balduino '73, Man Skutlera '89. 
St mi Kennell ( Men i Sot i ei < ><"< h) 
■l/\r) in attendant e, I'm n"i pii lured, 
were Jim ■ »/</ 1 rail Spencer. 




Briana Lewis' May 
:illl6 Wedding. Left 
(o right: Elyse Henry 
'02. Briana Lewis 
'01. Jen Haldaman 
Trish (Lupo) Levine 
'Of Maren 
Attanasio 'Of 
Hillary Barrett '01 




Kimberly (Sheriff) '98 

and Todd Hockenbrock were 
married May 28, 2005 in 
Coal Township. Pa. 
Lycoming alumni present 



Petersburg, Va. 

Katherine (John) '05 and 
Brandon Stewart '05 w ere 
married November 26. 2005. 
Pete Ruhl '06 and Ryan 



Row I nil the table) Brandon Stewart 'OS Katherine (John) Stewart 'OS. 
Bethany Mingle '05, Jill Parker 'OS. Krystal Kay 'OS. Crystal Anderson '06, 
Row 2 (standing) Ashley Concini '06, Luis Hernandez '06, Jenna Perazzone 
'07 Stamatis Zeris '06 Emily Conroy '06, Laura Lockard '05 Corinne 
Dauchney '00. Erin Karschner '05, Kate Charnock '06 Margaret Bonner 
'06, Erica Walsh 'OS. Jason Zan '07, Jen Mease '08 Laura Smith '00. Pete 
Ruhl '00 Tim Eaton 'OS 

Row J Aaron Faust '04. Ryan Brooks 'OS. Mike Hood 'Oh Pal Bierly '06, 
Trey Smith 'OS. 



NEW ARRIVALS 




A daughter, 
Alexis Grace, to 
Ronda Lee and 
Gregory 
Seymour '95, 
June 29, 2006. 
Alexis Grace 
joins her big 
brother, Luke 
Gregory. 




A daughter, Frances 
Elizabeth, to Susan and 
John T. Murray II '81, May 

15,2006. She joins a 
brother John III, 2'/:, and 
miniature schnauzer 
Molly, VA 

A son, John Harvey Lea 
IV. to Kate and CAPT. John 
H. Lea, III '80, June 23, 
2006. He joins big sister, 
Allison. 

A son, Brendan Thomas, 
to Theresa and Michael C. 
Flaherty '88, July 3, 2006. 
He joins big brothers, 
Seamus and Colin. 

A daughter, Elizabeth 
Grace, to Susan (Langberg) 

'90 and Tom Ogden, May 
18,2006. 

A daughter, 
Sophia Lea'lani, 
to Melissa 
(Harde) '91 and 

Derek Kramer, 
December 27, 
2005. 

A daughter. 
Lola Edith, to 
Sharon (Ryall) 
'92 and Marc 
Varricchione, 
October 3, 2005. 
She joins sister, 
Abigail Ryall, 3. 



daughter, Maritza 
Jean, to Mario J. 
(Manciocchi) '93 

and Nico Chavez, 
April 25, 2006. 



A daughter, Jill 
Anna, to Kimberly (Silzle) 
'95 and Charles Thiele, May 
29, 2006 

A son, William Spike, to 
Carrie (Jacobson) '96 and 
Brad Hartin '95, 

March 1 , 2006. He 
joins his older 
sister, Royce 2 Vk. 



A son, Brayden 
John, to Tressa 
(Brown) '96 and 
John T. Landi, 
December 13, 
2005. 



13,2006. 
He joins big 

sister, 
Kayleigh, 3. 

A son, Todd 
Jared, to 

Jennie Korey and 

(Missigman) Weigh Miller 
'00 and Chris Crawford, 
June 4, 2006. 
Grandparents are 
Maria (Testa) '67 
and Lawrence 
Missigman. 

A daughter, 
Makenna 

Maritza Chavez gue ; 




A son, Jordan Walker, to 
Dana (Gerstenacker) '98 
and Jason 
Meyer "98. 

July 5, 
2006. 

A son, 
Blake 
Kevin, to 
Kimberly 
(Sheriff) 
'98 and 

Todd Hockenbroch, April 
13,2006. 




Jordan Meyer 




Melanie (Love) 
'98 and 
Christopher 
Stratts '96, May 

19,2006. She 

joins a big 

brother, 
Anton, 2. 



Brayden Lam 




Abigail holding w\7. 
Lola Varricchione 



A son, Aidan Peter, to 
Amanda (Jones) '93 and 

David Calviello, February 
22, 2005. Aidan joins big 
brother, Jake Vincent, 
then 2'/2. 



A son. Max 
Gregory, to Sara 
Simcox '96 and 
Gregory Dincher, 
April 29, 2006. 
He joins big 
sister, Lily 
Greer, 3. 

A daughter, 

Vanessa 

Margaret, to 

Kelly 

(Lingerfield) '97 
and Bradford Bell, May 23, 
2006. She joins big brother. 
Sam, 2. 



A son, Korey Joseph, to 
Kirsten (Schwalm) '97 and 
Brian J. Miller '95, April 



A son, Elliot 
Liam, to Jennifer 
E. (Leader) '02 

and Matthew 
Anderson, July 15, 
2006. 



A son, Finn 

Devlin, 

to Mara (Devlin) 

'98 and Augie 
Testa, April 19, 
2006. He joins 
big brother, 
August. 4. 




A son, Dante 
Francesco, to 
Justine 
(Girardi) '96 
and Alcides 
Cruz '96, 
February 22. 
2006. He 
joins big 
sisters, 
Jocelyn, 3, 
and Juliana, 5. 




Finn Testa 



Wdkaela Larkin with Luke Antinone 

A son, Luke 
Michael, to 
Jennifer (Alexiou) 

'96 and John 
Antinone, May 3, 
2006. 

A daughter, 
Makaela Marie, to 
Kellie (O'Connor) 
'96 and Kevin 
Larkin. June 16, 
2006. 




Jocelyn, Dante, ami Juliana Cruz 



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M O R I A M 



1914 

John W. Rich, VI. of 

Woolrich, Pa., died on March 
30, 2006. He is survived by 

his wife. Marguerite. 2 
daughters, and 2 sons. 

1930 

Eleanor D. Black Nichols, of 

Myrtle Beach. S.C., died on 
April S. 2006. She is sunned 
by her husband. Edward. 

1932 

Robert J. Davidson, of 
Wilburton, Pa., died on July 
21. 2004. 

1937 

Rev. Clyde E. Way. of 

Mechanicsburg. Pa., died on 
November 29. 2005. 

Arthur K. Woernle, of 

Lancaster. Pa., died on May 
10. 2006. He is survived by 
his wife. Mary. 

1938 

Rita J. Keller Arnaud, of 

Indianapolis. Ind.. died on 
May 13.2005. 

1939 

Frank C. Flaugh, Jr.. of 

Milwaukee. Wise, died on 
August 26. 2005. 

Kenneth E. Stofer. of 

Westlake. Ohio, died on May 
4. 2006. He is survived by his 
wife, Ann. and a daughter. 

1940 

Michael B. Rich, of 

Woolrich, Pa., died on April 
16,2006. He is survived by 
his wife, Lois. 

Helen E. Eogue Rutledge. of 
Williamsport, Pa., died on 
September 1. 2005. She is 
survived by her husband. 
Robert. 

Dr. Henry C. Wray, Jr.. of 

Bunker Hill. W.Va.. died on 
January 15. 2006. He is 
survived by his wife. Esther. 

1941 

Harold C. Snyder, of Troup, 

Texas, died on September 27, 
2005. 



1942 

Helen C. Giuliani, of Los 

Angeles. Calif., died on 
Nov ember IS. 2004. 

1944 

Miriam McCloskey Moore, 
of Camp 1 [ill, Pa., died on 
December 6, 2004. 

1948 

Richard W. Brubaker. of 

Westhampton Beach, N.Y., 
died on March 7. 2006. He is 
survived by his wife, Eleanor, 
two daughters and two sons. 

1949 

Viola M. Miller Wooster. of 
Towanda, Pa., died on March 
22, 2006. She is survived by 
her daughter. Valerie Wooster 
Lozinak '91, who was at her 
side when she passed away. 

1950 

Lawrence A. Davis, of 

Newbury, Mass., died on May 
15, 2006. He is survived by 
three daughters. 

Thomas B. Dunkleberger, of 

Williamsport. Pa., died on 
May 27, 2006. He is survived 
by his wife, Jean Long 
Dunkleberger '47. two 
daughters, and two sons. 

1951 

William J. Devaney. of 

Savannah. Ga.. died on 
August 2, 2006. He is 
survived by his wife. Amy, 
and a son. 

Dolores M. Oehrig. of 
Selinsgrove, Pa., died on June 
4. 2006. She is survived In 
two sons. 

1952 

Sherman C. Mittell. of South 
Williamsport. Pa., died on 
July 26. 2006. He is survived 
b\ a daughter. 

1954 

Dr. Lorenzo P. Plyler, of 

Alpharetta, Ga., died on 

November 9, 2005. 



1955 

Dr. Rowland (I Baughman. 

of Lighthouse Point. Ha., died 
on November 29. 2002. 

William D. Rae. of Seattle. 
Wash., died on March 3, 
2006. 

1956 

Ethel E. Bowman Glidewell, 

of Montoursville, Pa., died on 
May 1 7, 2006. She is 
survived by her husband. 
Oliver J. Glidewell '56 

Joseph E. Matlock, of 

Pembroke Pines, Fla.. died on 
February 3, 2006. He is 
survived by his wife, Marlene. 

Paul S. Rupert, of 

Jonesborough, Tenn., died on 
May 8. 2006. He is survived 
by his wife. I. Jean, two 
daughters, two sons, a step- 
daughter and a stepson. 

1958 

David A. Himes, of 

Nashville. Tenn., died on 
September 8, 2005. He is 
survived by his wife. 
Marianne. 

1960 

Rollin C. Price, Jr.. o( 

Muncy, Pa., died on May 9. 
2006. He is survived by his 
wife. Mollie, and four 
daughters. 

Rev. Dr. Charles Yrigoyen, 

of Langhorne, Pa., died on 
July 28. 2006. 

1962 

Karl H. Klotz. of Trout Run. 
Pa., died on August I 1. 2006. 
He is survived by his vv ife, 
Kristie. a daughter, and three 
sons. 

1963 

Dorothy E. Corson 
lleincelman. of Muncy, Pa., 
died on August 26. 2006. She 
is survived by her husband. 
Norman, a daughter, and a son. 

Russell B. Redvanly. of Glen 
Rock. NT. died on Ma> 30, 

2006. He is surv ived by his 
wife. Kathleen, and a 
daughter. 



1965 

William W. Carruthers. of 

Lakewood. N.Y.. died on 
November 23. 2005. 

1967 

Rev. Dr. Paul E. Myers, ol 

Harrisburg. Pa., died on June 
1.2006. He is survived by his 
wile. Thelma Irene, two 
daughters and two sons. 

Helen M. (McMillin) 

Radspinner. o\' Williamsport. 
Pa., died on June 6. 2006. She 
is surv ived by a son. 



Remembering 
Helen P. Lowry 



Friend of the College 

Mrs. Helen P. Lowry 
passed aw ay on Sunday. 
Oct. 15.2006. Mrs. 
Lowry's interest in 
Lycoming College was 
expressed in many ways. 
She established the Frank 
W. and Helen P. Lowry 
Endowed Scholarship 
Fund, reflecting her desire 
to help students in need of 
financial assistance. She 
made possible the renova- 
tion of the Admissions 
House in 19S7 and in 2005 
sponsored the construction 
of the campus minister's 
office in the Mary Lindsay 
Welch Honors Hall. As a 
former school teacher, she 
knew well the value of 
exceptional teaching, 
research and scrv ice and 
endowed the Frank and 
Helen Lowrj Professorship 
to honor those commit- 
ments by the Lycoming 
faculty. Mrs. Lowrv was 
the w idow o( Frank W. 
Lowrv. a prominent 
Williamsport businessman. 
Surviving family members 
include her son and her 
daughter-in-law. Robert 
and Rosanna (Roles '72) 
Lowrv. live grandchildren 
and six great grand- 
children. 



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VOLUME 22 • NO. I 



2006 







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December 7 

Concerts at Noon: Student Recital. 

Lycoming College music students 

present a recital of instrumental 

and vocal music. 

Shangraw Performance Hall of the 

Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall 

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December 10 
Christmas Candlelight Service 



December 11-15 

Finals Week 



January 8 

Spring Semester Classes Begin 



January 11 - February 5 

Art Gallery Show: Scott Hilton. 
Photographer. Gallery Opening 

January 11. 4:00-5:30 p.m. 
Art Gallery, Snowden Library 



February 8 - March 9 

Art Gallery Show: Jan Alden Stevens, 
Photographer. Gallery Opening 

February 8, 4:00-5:30 p.m. 
Art Gallery, Snowden Library 



February 9-10 & 15-17 

The Theatre Department presents "Bus 

Stop" by William Inge. Directed by N.J. 

Stanley. The Mary L. Welch Theatre 



February 17 
Admissions Open House 



February 18 

Close-Up Concert: Serenades for Winds. 

Solo wind and brass players of the 
Williamsport Symphony Orchestra join 
Lycoming faculty member Dr. William 
Ciabattari, tuba player and conductor, 
and his wife Rebecca, a horn virtuoso. 
4:00 p.m. Shangraw Performance Hall 
of the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall 



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