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SUSQUEHANNA 



ALUMNUS 



VOLUME 55 

NUMBER 1 

FALL/WINTER 1986 



Nobel Prize Winner 

ELIE WIESEL 



Witness to History 





A professor's 

personal 

and professional 

perspective on the 

life of the 1986 

Nobel Peace Prize 

winner. 

By Jack Kolbert 



the many millions 
incarcerated in the Nazi 
concentration camps, rela- 
tively few have survived. 
One of these survivors, 
Elie Wiesel, somehow 
succeeded in blending a 
consummate literary artistry 
in the French language with a passionate sense of 
humanism and has consequently developed into 
one of our century's most influential writers and 
champions of the rights of mankind. 

Four decades after the liberation of the emaciated 
human remnants of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen 
and Buchenwald, one of those remnants — Elie 
Wiesel ~ stepped forth to accept the 1986 Nobel 
Peace Prize. 

This was not his first award - but it was one of 
the most glorious mankind can bestow. 

Wiesel qualified incontestably for the Nobel for 
many reasons. Universally regarded as the conscience 
of the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel is probably also the 
most eloquent voice of the Jewish people today. 

He has utilized the French language to describe the 
horrors of what was the most irrational of human 
happenings. He has chronicled the most barbaric 
moment in human history. 

More than a historian, Wiesel is a witness who has 
suffered through history. His novels, tales, plays, 
essays, and lectures attest to the miraculous resilience 
of the Jewish people. He lovingly resurrects their 
joyful tales of Hasidism and makes live again the 
ancient patriarchs of the Judaic Scriptures. Through 
his texts the menaced values of the Jews have 
survived the fiames and fumes of crematoria and 
gas ovens, and the calculated strategies of Hitler's 
genocidal efforts to destroy a whole people. 

Above all, Wiesel qualifies for the award because 
he has been the champion of human dignity, both 
Jewish and non- Jewish. Tirelessly he has reminded 
us that human cruelty and mass persecutions have 
not disappeared with Nazism. He calls upon us to 
alleviate the plight of all sufferers of tyranny, whether 

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From the Editor 



After working Coast to Coast, Jim Campbell will tell 
you there's no place like Susquehanna University to 
call home. 

Campbell, a 1963 graduate, returned to the 
University on December 9 as Director of Alumni 
Relations. He succeeds Charles (Buss) Carr who 
accepted the position of Development and Alumni 
Affairs Director at Mansfield (Pa.) State University 
after 22 years at Susquehanna. 

"There is something special about being on 
campus — something is happening here that will 
have an effect on the future," Campbell says. "For 
me, there is something extra special when that 
campus is Susquehanna University." 

After spending the past 10 years in sports, Campbell 
likens his return to Susquehanna to a football coach 
returning to his alma mater. 

"Certainly I'm not confusing myself with Knute 
Rockne of Notre Dame or Lou Sorrentino of Lebanon 
Valley, but I can appreciate the feeling they must 
have had when they returned to work at the college 
where they had come to learn." 

He recalls his student days talking with then- 
president Dr. Gustave Weber. "He talked about 
'nurturing' and 'growing' - words that conveyed 
the feeling of shaping. He was so very right - as he 
often was," Campbell says. "Susquehanna had much 
more to do with shaping our character than we 
realized at the time." 

Campbell previously directed the Little League 
Baseball Museum in Williamsport, Pa. He also has 
25 years experience in public relations and commu- 
nication. From 1977-1982, Campbell was director 
of communications for the National Football League 
alumni in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where he oversaw 
publication of four alumni periodicals and served 
as liaison with alumni chapters. 

Prior to the NFL position, Campbell was 
researcher, curator and librarian from 1972-77 for 
the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. He 
also has reported news for several Pennsylvania 
radio stations. 

Campbell is a published writer; his articles have 




Jim Campbell 

appeared in the sports publications Pro, GameDay, 
and Football Digest. He also co-authored three 
editions of the NFL Trivia Book. 

After earning a bachelor's degree in economics from 
Susquehanna, Campbell attended the Duquesne 
University School of Law and studied journalism 
at UCLA. 

"As I moved around the country, I began to realize 
even more that Susquehanna was a special place 
and the time I spent here was a special time. So 
when Opportunity knocked and invited me to return 
to Susquehanna, I made sure I answered the door," 
Campbell says. 



Astronaut Loveil, Author Updike 
Among Commencement Honorees 

Susquehanna University bestowed honorary 
degrees on five leaders for their contributions 
to science, literature, religion, business, and 
volunteer service during the University's 129th 
commencement. 

President Joel Cunningham presented honorary 
degrees to; 

• Capt. James A. Loveil Jr., navigator of the 
first voyage to the Moon; 

• John H. Updike, prestigious native Penn- 
sylvanian author; 

• A. Donald Main, pastor of Zion Lutheran 
Church in Sunbury; 

• William L. Grala, vice president of 
SmithKline Beckman Corp. in Philadelphia; and 

• Helen Decker Blough, retired teacher and 
civic worker from Hawley, Pa. 

"These five people exemplify the values and 
ideals which Susquehanna University strives to 
instill in its students," Cunningham said during the 
May 17 exercise on the University campus. 
Approximately 300 degrees were conferred. 

1987-88 Important Events 

Volunteer Leadership Weekend - September 11-12, 
1987 

Homecoming - October 9, 10 and 11, 1987 

September 23, 24 and 25, 1988 

Benjamin Kurtz Circle Dinner - October 24, 1987 

Parents' Weekend - October 30, 31 and 
November 1, 1987 

Alumni Weekend - April 29, 30 and May 1, 1988 



To our readers: 

Please accept our apology for the delays in 
publishing this long-awaited issue of the Alumnus 
while we struggled through changes in personnel 
and complications in the Report of Donors. 

We welcome your comments. Thank you for 
your patience and ongoing support. 



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Director of Public Relations /Publications 

Jane Daly 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Scott E. Deitch '85 

Publications Manager 

Jean Smith 



Susquehanna University 
Alumni Association 

John G. Foos '71, president; William A. Lewis '68, 
Louis F. Santangelo '50, vice presidents: Donald S. King '66, 
secreniry: Chester G. Rowe '52. treasurer: Leslie R. Butler '62, 
Albert P. Molinaro Jr. '50. Lawrence E. Mundis '66. 
Norrine Bailey Spencer '68. representatives on the University 
Bciard of Directors. 

Executive Board members-ai-large. term expiring 19S7: 
Bruce A. Bell '55, Roben A. Gabrenya '40. Barbara G. Philbnck 
'73, Richard H. Pohl -79. Richard K. Renn -73. 
Nevin C.T. Shaffer x'49, Dorothy E. Wesner '81. Term expiring 
1988: Todd G. Burns '81. Robert G. Can '75. Alan C. Loveil 
'70, Leah Cryder Oberheim '47. Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72. 
Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41. Rudolph van der Hiel '63. Term 
expiring 1989: Henry R. Albright '54, Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 
'77. William D Atkinson '74. Donna Ake Burkholder '67 
William E Cochran -83, Carol B. Kehler '74. 
David R. Odenath '79. 



Susquehanna University Nondiscrimination Policy 

It is Ihe policy of Susquehanna University nut to discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex. or 
handicap in its educational programs, admissions practices, scholar- 
ship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered 
activities, or employment practices. This policy is in compliance with 
the requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title IX 
of the Education Amendments of 1972. Section 504 of the Rehabilita- 
tion Act of 1973. regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, and all 
other applicable Federal. State and local statutes, ordinances, and 
regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title IX and Section 
504 may be directed to Dr Joel L. Cunningham. President. 
Susquehanna University Sehnsgrove. Pa 17870. 1717) 374-0101; or to 
ihe Director of the Department of Education. Washington. DC. 

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they be the Black of South Africa, the Cambodians 
of Indochina, the Palestinians in south Lebanon 
refugee camps, or the millions of Soviet Jews who 
cannot observe Judaism. 

Because Wiesel was a victim of cruelty of men 
against men, he has devoted his life to fight for 
others whose lives are menaced by similar cruelty. 

Born in 1928 on the Transylvanian border between 
Hungary and Romania, Wiesel enjoyed a loving 
and idyllic childhood in the bosom of a tightly knit, 
religious family. The joys of childhood ended 



abruptly at the age of 16 when he and the other 
Jews of his city were deported to the Nazi concen- 
tration camps. 

There his father died of starvation and dysentery; 
his mother and youngest sister died in the gas 
chambers. Ten years after his liberation, Wiesel 
related in his book, Nighr, the nightmarish account 
of his suffering: intense cold, beatings, sickness, 
filth, starvation, torture, panic. 

After liberation he was sent to Paris where he 
learned French and studied literature, philosophy. 




and psychology at the Sorbonne. French continues 
to be his principal language of expression. 

After several years as a professional journalist, 
Wiesel was sent in 1956 to cover the United Nations 
in New York. He decided to remain in America 
and became a U.S. citizen soon afterwards. 

Thirty years later, we find him a successful writer 
and philosopher who lives in an attractive, book- 
laden apartment in midtown Manhattan. A husband 
and father of two, he enjoys the benefit of his wife 
Marion who has become his principal translator 
from French to English. 

Having served both Presidents Carter and Reagan 
as the Chairman of the U.S. Holocaust Commis- 
sion, Wiesel will long be remembered for the 
moving plea he made at the White House after 
receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor. Wiesel 
begged a stunned and speechless President Reagan 
not to make his controversial visit to the Bitburg 
Cemetery of West Germany. 

"That is not your place." Wiesel told Reagan, 
"Your place is with the victims of the S.S." 

Wiesel's physical features seem to blend harmo- 
niously with all his pen has produced. He leaves 
with his haunting presence an indelible mark on all 
who have seen him or heard him speak. He gives 
the impression that he has visited and returned 
from another domain, one that is awesome, and 
indescribable. 

He who has returned from that strange world is a 
witness, a survivor of a Dante-like world worse 
than Hades. He carries a sacred message for those 
who will listen to his story. Wiesel is determined 
that his story never be forgotten. 

The Nobel Peace Prize will surely add even more 
prestige to that story. 



Jack Kolbert 
and Elie Wiesel 

Jack Kolbert, professor of French and chair of 
Modern Languages, became acquainted with 1986 
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel almost 20 
years ago in Albuquerque, N. M. 

Kolbert and Wiesel have maintained a close working 
relationship and friendship. At Wiesel 's request, 
Kolbert has reviewed all of Wiesel 's works and is 
currently writing a book on Wiesel and major figures 
in U.S. literature through Gale Publishing and 
Tulane University, 

Kolbert joined the Susquehanna faculty as professor 
of French literature in 1985. He holds bachelor's 
and master 's degrees in romance languages from the 
University of Southern California and a doctorate 
in French literature from Columbia University. He also 
studied aesthetics as a Fulbright fellow at the Univ- 
ersity of Paris. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 

In addition to the book on Wiesel, Kolbert is working 
on a research project on ' 'Francois Mitterand, 
Man of Literature — Style and Themes. 

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SU News 

O'Connor Named Chair off 
University Directors 



The Susquehanna University Board of Directors has 
elected a new chair and has appointed two directors. 

State College resident Harold C. O'Connor has assumed 
leadership of the 33-member board. A Pennsylvania 
Stale University graduate. O'Connor recently retired 
as president and chief executive officer of Chemcut 
Corporation. 

O'Connor succeeds alumnus Erie Shobert, of St. Marys, 
as chair Shobert led the Susquehanna board from 1978-86; 
he continues to serve as a director. 

University President Joel Cunningham spoke on 
behalf of the University community in thanking Shobert 
for his outstanding service and in welcoming O'Connor 
as the new board chair. 

In related news, a Millersville pastor and a Huntingdon 
businessman were named to the board. 

Rev. David R. Fisher, pastor of St, Paul Lutheran 
Church in Millersville, has been named as the Lutheran 
Church's Central Pennsylvania Synod representative for 
a three-year term. He serves on the Board's Student 
Life Committee. 

Lawrence E. Mundis, a financial planning consultant 
from Huntingdon, will represent the University's Alumni 
Association for three years. A 1966 Susquehanna 
graduate, Mundis serves on the Development and Public 
Relations committee. 



Psyclioiogy Professor 
Studies iVIemory 

At what age do we begin to remember events? Does our 
memory change as we grow older? Or do friends and 
surroundings influence our memory? 

Psychology professor James R. Misanin hopes to 
answer these questions. He has been awarded a grant by 
the National Institute of Child, Health and Human 
Development to learn more about memory. The $66,143 
grant is enabling Misanin to conduct the research in the 
Susquehanna University psychology laboratories. 

"It's important to know when and why you begin to 
remember things," Misanin says. "Most of us can recall 
things from when we were three years old, but very 
little before then. I am trying to find out how we process 
information and why we respond in different ways at 
different ages." 

Misanin began studying memory in 1959 at Princeton 
University while pursuing a doctorate at Rutgers in 
psychology. For nine years, he studied how the memory 
processes and responds to significant events at different 
stages of life. 

In a presentation to the International Society of 
Developmental Psychobiology. Misanin said that he and 
Susquehanna student researchers obtained results which 
suggest that very young and old laboratory rats recall 
and respond to information differently than young 
adults, whose reactions rely more on their surroundings. 

Misanin hopes his current research will determine if 
such differences are related to age or environmental 
factors such as odor, taste and surroundings. 



Fraternity Placed on 
Probation 

In light of a review board's findings, Susquehanna 
University has placed the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 
on probation through May 15, 1988. 

President Joel Cunningham appointed the review 
board in late March to review the fraternity and related 
circumstances surrounding the death of alumnus Keene 
White, a Lambda brother who died March 21 after a 
party at the fraternity house on March 20. The review 
was conducted by a five-member board comprised of 
three faculty, a student and an alumnus. 

In a memo released to the University community, 
Cunningham said that the review board's findings indicated 
that Lambda Chi Alpha violated University policy in 
arranging and carrying out the party on March 20 and 
that recent management, action, and attitudes among 
Lambda members "have not corresponded adequately 
with the goals and purposes of Susquehanna University 
as an academic community." 

Cunningham has appointed W. Michael Rees, a 
University instructor in physical education and head 
football coach, to supervise the fraternity and to work 
with others to develop a plan for improving the fraternity's 
management, lifestyle, and relationships with the entire 
campus. Rees will work closely with University student 
life staff, national respresentatives of Lambda Chi 
Alpha, and selected fraternity alumni in developing and 
implementing the plan. The fraternity also will be 
expected to employ a resident counselor to help Rees 
provide guidance to fraternity members. 

Cunningham said that no social events will be held 
by Lambda Chi Alpha prior to November 1, 1987, and 
that no consumption of alcohol will be permitted in 
public areas of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house 
during the entire probationary period. 

As part of his responsibility, Rees will be expected 
to provide thorough evaluations of the fraternity's 
performance at the end of the 1987 fall and 1988 spring 
semesters. 

Any significant violation of disciplinary regulations 
by Lambda Chi Alpha during the probationary period 
will be cause for initiating proceedings leading to 




Learning ffrom tlie Pros 

George Raistrick. a member of the Royal Shakes- 
peare Company, discusses acting with Susquehanna 
students during a one-week residency this semester. 
Raistrick and four of England 's finest actors taught 
classes and staged four public performances. The 
Harrisburg Patriot-News reported that it 's ' 'not 
likely to find a Shakespearean company superior to 
the one in residence at Susquehanna University." 



withdrawal of its chapter charter, Cunningham said. 
"I believe that the actions taken can improve the quality 
of life for Lambda Chi Alpha and for all members 
of the University community," Cunningham said. 



President Reagan Salutes Students 



Officials from President Reagan's Citation Program 
for Private Sector Initiatives have recognized Susquehanna 
University students for their outstanding community 
service through the Susquehanna Neighborhood Project. 

Susquehanna is now eligible to be considered for the 
lop 100 awards and citations to be presented by President 
Reagan at the White House Rose Garden this spring. 

University officials estimate that the Neighborhood 
Project has given more than 73,500 hours of service to 
the University and the Selinsgrove area since 1976. 
Students request the privilege of living together on the 
basis of their common interest in an approved volunteer 
project of benefit to the University or community. This 
year almost 200 student participants are helping the 
area's elderly, scouts, church youth groups, and the 
mentally handicapped; serving campus and community 
computer needs; promoting campus arts events; and 
developing a campus arboretum. 



"Student community-service projects help students 
develop a respect for the world and people around them, 
and with this respect comes a genuine desire to improve 
the community in a very personal way," President Joel 
Cunningham says. 

The Citation Program, developed in 1984 by the White 
House Office of Private Sector Initiatives, annually 
recognizes organizations making extraordinary contribu- 
tions to their communities and encourages other businesses 
and associations to develop similar volunteer programs. 

As part of the recognition, Susquehanna was awarded 
the red, white, and blue C-Flag-the program's symbol - 
as part of the honor. 

The flag, embossed with "We Can and We Care," 
has been flying over the Degenstein Campus Center since 
Its February 20 unveiling on Student Volunteer Day- 
a University-wide celebration. 



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Sports 



That Championship Year 



By Scott E. Deitch 

It should be at least a .500 season, many said, but 
the 1986 Susquehanna football team would have difficulty 
winning more than seven games, let alone vie for the 
Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) championship. 

However, the combination of bad memories of 1985, 
an early-season "miraculous" victory over the defending 
MAC champion, and the tireless dedication of the entire 
team and coaching staff provided the chemistry necessary 
to vault the Crusaders to the first 10-0 regular season 
in the school's history, the MAC title, and all the way 
to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) 
Division III quarterfinals. 

1985 had not been kind to the Susquehanna grid 
program. The summer resignation of Bill Moll surprised 
nearly everyone involved with Susquehanna football 
and delayed the team's progress for the upcoming 
campaign. The Crusaders suffered through their first 
losing season since 1980 after finishing 3-7. including 
losses in the first six games. For rookie head coach Rocky 
Rees, the year was certainly a trying one, but one that 
could not just be forgotten. 

"It was significant to the players that we were competitive 
in many of the games we lost," Rees said. "As I inter- 
viewed each team member after the season, I 
encouraged them to dig in their heels and be part of the 
'solution' to the problem that had developed." 

By 1986, Rees was ready to make the changes. 
Co-captain Dave Kells '87 (Phoenixville, Pa.) was the 
second-leading tackier m 1985 from his defensive end 
position, but Coach Rees felt the 6-foot-l, 196-pounder 
was more suitable for the secondary. "Few other 
coaches would have moved Dave because of his lack of 
speed, but he plays with savvy, has a feel for the game 
and a nose for the ball, qualities which good defensive 
backs must possess." Rees said. 

The move paid off as Kells finished second again in 
tackles with 94, and led Susquehanna in interceptions 
with six and fumble recoveries with five. The Spring- 
Ford High School graduate also had six pass break-ups, 
an equal number of sacks, and eight tackles for loss to 
his credit, and was rewarded for his efforts by being 
named to the MAC All-Star Team as an honorable 
mention selection. 

Ironically. Kells's end spot was filled by 5-foot-ll. 
206-pound junior Rich close (Wyomissing. Pa), who 
spent 1985 in the secondary. "Rich's biggest strength 
was his physical style of play, which made him more 
geared to be on the defensive front." Rees said. 

Once again, the second-year coach made the right 
move as Close increase his number of tackles to 81. 
after making 71 the previous year. The graduate of 
Wilson High School was first on the squad with 8-1/2 
sacks and 12 tackles for loss, along with breaking up 
six passes and recovering three fumbles. He was one 
of six Crusaders named to the conference's All-Star 
first team . 

Susquehanna also entered 1986 without an experienced 




After a wild celebration on 
the field, senior placekicker 
Randy Pozsar (New City, N.Y.) 

drilled the extra point 

through the goalpost, giving 

Susquehanna the dramatic 

43-42 come-from-behind win, 

in what Rees describes as 

"the most emotional game of the 

year and one which helped our 

team believe in themselves." 



quarterback after the graduation of Ken Hughes, who was 
the brightest spot of 1985 by setting six single-season 
and single-game passing records. 

What was Rees's biggest pre-season headache turned 
into the biggest success story of the year, as ex-safety 
Todd Coolidge (Wellsboro. Pa.) surpassed all of Hughes's 
marks and broke one more. 

"I watched Todd in 1985 throwing the ball back to the 
offense during practice." Rees recalled. "What I saw 
was a talented athlete with a strong arm." That's all it 
took for the Crusader coach to consider transferring the 
team's interception leader for the two previous years 
from the defensive backfield to the offensive one. 

This adjustment brought some rough moments. "Todd 
really struggled through the pre-season and was very 
frustrated." Rees said. "He really worked hard, as the 
entire team did. and the results were outstanding." 

Outstanding, indeed, as the 6-foot. 180-pound junior 
established new Susquehanna season standards for passing 
yardage with 2.042 (becoming the first Crusader quarter- 
back to surpass 2.000 yards passing in a season), passes 
attempted with 265. passes completed with 129, touchdown 
passes with 17, and total offense with 2,086 yards. 
The Wellsboro High School graduate also had the greatest 
single game ever by a Crusader signalcaller when he 
completed 23 of 38 passes for 345 yards and four touch- 
downs in the thrilling 43-42 Homecoming triumph over 
Lycoming in the second game of the year. 

The season opened in Allentown with a convincing 
17-7 win over a Muhlenberg team which finished 7-3 and 
handed Susquehanna the first of the six consecufive 
losses of 1985 by a 30-7 score. "Beating Muhlenberg 
gave us some confidence to build on," Rees said. 

"Next came the MAC opener in front of a large Amos 
Alonzo Stagg Field crowd against the 1985 conference 
champion Warriors of Lycoming. The Williamsport team 
exploded to a 28-7 halftime advantage behind a brilliant 
performance by two-time MAC Most Valuable Player 
Larry Barretta. 

The Warrior quarterback sent many Crusader fans 
heading for the exits when he scored on a short run to 
give Lycoming a seemingly comfortable 42-22 lead with 
just more than eight minutes to play. It was at that point 
that Coolidge proved that he belonged at the helm of the 
Susquehanna offense. 

Just 25 seconds after the Barretta touchdown. 
Coolidge hooked up with senior split end Rob Sochovka 
(Taylor. Pa.) for a 36-yard scoring strike. With 4:09 left, 
it was junior receiver Al Bucci (Claymont. Del.) who 
received a 20-yard Coolidge touchdown pass, which 
pulled the Orange and Maroon to within six at 42-36. 

As people began to file back into the Stagg Field area 
from nearby Homecoming celebrations, things still looked 
bleak as Susquehanna regained possession on its 20-yard 
line with only 1:13 remaining and with no timeouts. Three 
completions worth 37 yards and a six-yard scamper by 
Coolidge left the Crusaders on the Lycoming 37. After 

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an incomplelion stopped the clock, Coolidge was forced 
out of the pocket on the next play and was pulled down 
al the Lycoming 40 before reaching the sideline. 

With less than 10 seconds, the composed Susquehanna 
quarterback hurried the offense to the line one last time 
and found Sochovka at the 20. The determined split end 
avoided three would-be lacklers while tip-toeing down the 
sideline for the game-tying score as time ran out. 

After a wild celebration on the field, senior 
placekicker Randy Pozsar (New City, N.Y.) drilled the 
extra point through the goalpost, giving Susquehanna 
the dramatic 43-42 come-from-behind win, in what 
Rees describes as "the most emotional game of the year 
and one which helped our team believe in themselves." 
The next victory came the following Saturday in the 
mud at Delaware Valley by a 7-0 count. While the 
Susquehanna offense, which rolled up an incredible 598 
yards against Lycoming, was limited to a nine-yard TD 
pass from Coolidge to Bucci on the first drive of the 
second half, the Crusader defense redeemed itself after 
allowing 42 points a week earlier. The Orange and Maroon 
registered its first shutout of the year and limited the 
Aggies to just 68 yards total offense. 

It was back home for the fourth game as Wilkes came 
10 Selinsgrove with a 2-1 record and hopes of making a 
serious challenge for the MAC crown. The Crusaders 
sent the Colonels off Stagg Field bewildered and 
disappointed after pinning a 24-3 defeat on them. 

"It gave everyone more reason to believe, because we 
had good efforts on both sides of the ball," Rees said. 
Susquehanna gained 398 yards while surrendering just 
184 yards, including only 78 in the second half. 

Off to their best start in 22 years, the Crusaders traveled 
to Widener and left the Pioneers shaking their heads 
with a 21-point third-quarter explosion that propelled 
Rees's squad to a 28-13 victory. After battling to a 7-7 
halftime tie. Susquehanna took the lead for good when 
senior halfback Kevin Weber (Dumont, N.J.) broke several 
tackles on a 48-yard touchdown run, his third TD jaunt 
of over 45 yards. On the next two possessions, Coolidge 
lofted perfect passes of 20 yards to Sochovka and 16 yards 
to Bucci for scores and the Crusaders were halfway to an 
undefeated regular season. 

The two-game road trip continued at Moravian and the 
defense was once again at its best in a 17-0 whitewash of 
the Greyhounds. While the offense sputtered due to four 
turnovers, the defenders reduced the sting of the mistakes 
by limiting Moravian to just 123 total yards. Coolidge 
directed Susquehanna 66 yards in eight plays, tossing a 
15-yard scoring strike to junior halfback John Lotti (Old 
Bridge, N.J.) with only 17 seconds remaining to give his 
club a 14-0 advantage at the intermission. 

Parents Weekend took on a special aura as the gridders 
moved into the homestretch of their MAC title race. The 
Orange and Maroon scored twice in its first three offen- 
sive plays on bombs of 62 and 68 yards from Coolidge 
to Sochovka en route to a 61-6 rout over Lebanon Valley. 
"As the season progressed, the team's attitude changed 
from 'we won't lose' to 'we can't lose,' " Rees emphasized. 
"The players knew they would find ways to win." 

In no other contest was Susquehanna's ability to 
discover allernate methods to victory more evident than 
in game eight at Upsala. The Crusader special teams 
recovered a pair of fumbles, one which led to the first 
touchdown and the second which was returned for a 
score in the 25-0 blanking of the Vikings. 

Kells pounced on the pigskin after an Upsala player 
hobbled a first-quaner punt, setting up a two-yard 




"As the season progressed, 

the team's attitude changed 

from 'we won't lose' to 'we 

can't lose,' " Rees emphasized. 

"The players knew they would 

find ways to win." 



touchdown run by sophomore halfback Joe Witt 
(Shamokin, Pa.). Early in the second quarter, the 
Crusaders applied heavy pressure on Upsala punter Tom 
Thorne, who fumbled the long snap. Freshman Bryan 
Brust (Rockaway, N.J.) grabbed the ball m mid-air and 
returned it 23 yards for a touchdown and a 14-0 
Crusader lead. Susquehanna breezed from that point to 
set up a potential MAC title-clinching game against 
Juniata the following week. 

It was a classic confrontation. Susquehanna was 
ranked ninth in Division III, Juniata was 20th. A victory 
by the Orange and Maroon would sew up the Cmsaders' 
second MAC championship in the last four years and 
almost guarantee Rees's outfit its first-ever appearance 
in the NCAA playoffs. 

After a scoreless first quarter, Coolidge capped a 
methodical 12 -play, 84-yard march with his first touch- 
down of the season on a one-yard sneak for the first points 
of the afternoon. Another long drive, this one covering 
80 yards in less than two minutes, was completed with 
a 21-yard TD aerial from the junior phenom to his 
classmate Bucci with just 30 seconds showing on the 
second quarter clock and gave Susquehanna a 14-0 
halftime margin. 

Crusader fans began to celebrate when Sochovka 
rambled into the end zone with a 28-yard pass from 
Coolidge midway through the third quarter to make it 
21-0. However, the crowd was quieted when Juniata's 
Dan Crossey broke loose for a 48-yard scormg run only 
36 seconds after the Sochovka TD. 

Tension increased dramatically when Indian quarter- 
back Mike Culver danced his way through the Crusader 



defense for a 34-yard touchdown with just under eight 
minutes to play. However, the defense stiffened and 
the other team captain, senior offensive guard Tom 
Shoemaker (Collingdale, Pa), sealed the dramatic 
victory when he recovered a fumbled punt with just 
1:30 to play 

For Rees, the 21-14 win was more satisfying than the 
early-season surprise over Lycoming. "This victory 
really put us on another level," he said. "Not only were 
we the MAC champion, but we won the title going 
undefeated." 

The Crusaders were their own worse enemy offensively 
in the regular-season finale against Albright, but the defense 
racked up its fourth shutout to complete the first 10-0 
campaign in Susquehanna's storied 88-year football history. 

The Lions were caged on offense, gaining just 135 
yards on the day, including a negative two yards on 
the ground. Meanwhile, Susquehanna committed five 
turnovers, but used one-yard touchdown dives by Witt 
and sophomore fullback Cosmo lacavazzi (Belle Mead, 
N.J.) for the 26-0 triumph. 

The day after the completion of the magical regular 
season brought Rees and his Crusaders good and bad 
news. The Orange and Maroon received its first bid to 
the 16-team NCAA Division III playoffs but were forced 
to face the Presidents of Washington & Jefferson College 
at Washington, Pa. 

November 22 arrived with sunny skies and 50-degree 
temperatures. The Susquehanna defense, however, failed 
to show up for the first half as it spotted the host club a 
20-7 halftime advantage. However, the combination of a 
renewed defensive effort and more fourth-quarter 
heroics enabled the MAC champs to blow by the 
Presidents 28-20 and into the quarterfinals. 

After the Crusaders knotted the score at seven on a 
Coolidge-to-Sochovka 15-yard touchdown pass early in 
the second stanza, W&J running back A.J. Pagano 
waltzed through a maze of Orange and Maroon with the 
ensuing kickoff for an 85-yard score. The junior 
speedster tacked on a 27-yard touchdown scamper late in 
the half to propel the 8-1 Presidents to their comfortable 
lead at the break. 

It was still 20-7 entering the final 15 minutes, but 
lacavazzi plowed into the end zone from a yard out on 
the third play of the final quarter to bring Susquehanna 
to within six. W&J turned back the Crusaders the next 
two times they had the ball and were driving toward a 
potential victory-clinching score, when quarterback 
Rich Riotto's fumble was cradled by senior defensive 
tackle Steve Curran (Minersville. Pa.) at the SU 30. 

lacavazzi and Witt combined to gain 26 yards on three 
rushes after the turnover, when Rees and his staff pulled 
out another weapon out of their extensive offensive 
arsenal. What appeared to be a harmless pitchout to 
Weber to the right on a second-and-seven play turned 
into a 44-yard touchdown bomb off a perfectly-executed 
halfback option pass to a wide-open Coolidge streaking 
down the left sideline. Pozsar calmly converted another 
pressure-packed extra point and the visitors led for the 
first time. 21-20 with 6:29 left. 

With the momentum firmly on SU's side, the spirited 
Crusader defense dug in to protect the slim advantage. 
On the third play after the kickoff, the aggressive unit 
stripped Pagano of the ball with junior middle guard 
Damian Caracciolo (Altoona, Pa.) pouncing on it at the 
President 31-yard line. 

It took just four snaps for the big-play SU offense to 
score a crucial insurance touchdown and salt away 



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another thrilling, come-from-behind win. An acrobatic 
31-yard reception by Witt set up Coolidge's second TD 
pass of the encounter, an U-yarder to a leaping Bucci in 
the far left corner of the end zone. Another successful 
conversion by Pozsar made it 28-20, but 3:51 remained 
in the battle. 

W&J proved it was a playoff-caliber team by bolting all 
the way to the Crusader 16 with a first-and-10 with more 
than two minutes still to play. SU stood tall and finally 
forced four consecutive incompletions to insure its berth 
in the quarterfinals and raise its perfect record to 11-0. 

The Crusaders' opponent in the round of eight was 
Salisbury State College, after a 34-20 win over Emory 
and Henry College in the first round. The Sea Gulls 
came to Selinsgrove for the November 29 contest also 
with an 11-0 mark. 

Football was at its best in the first half as the two 
Division III powerhouses combined for 31 points and 
457 yards, with the Crusaders using a 27-yard field goal 
by Pozsar with just two seconds remaining in the second 
quarter to grab a 17-14 halftime advantage. Coolidge 
completed 13 of 19 attempts for 180 yards before the 
intermission, including a nine-yard touchdown toss to 
Bucci, which put SU up 14-7. 

The team from Maryland received the second-half 
kickoff and proceeded to the Crusader six, before settling 
for a 24-yard field goal by Bill Maurer to knot the score 
at 17. Susquehanna offense picked up where it left off on 
its initial drive of the third quarter, driving to a first- 
and-goal at the Sea Gull nine. 

A trio of running plays gained eight yards, but Coolidge's 
fourth-down pass to the rear of the end zone intended 
for senior tight end Andy Ford (Wilmington, Del.) was 
batted away and with it went the Crusaders' momentum 
for the remainder of the game. 

Salisbury State failed to gain a first down after its 
impressive goal-line stand, and a short punt by Maurer 
put SU back in business at the Sea Gull 25-yard line. 
Just three plays later, a Coolidge aerial was picked off 
by cornerback Rob Snyder, the first of four interceptions 
the Salisbury secondary would grap in the second half. 

The explosive Sea Gull offense took advantage of the 
turnover, putting together a lightning-quick six-play, 
90-yard drive for the go-ahead score. A 16-yard pass 
from quarterback Kevin White to running back Mike 
Coppa and a 19-yard gallop by fullback Frank Oliver set 
the stage for Coppa's 47-yard touchdown reception off a 
short pass from White which made it 24-17 with 1:08 
left in the third period. 

SU used six plays to move to the Sea Gull 28 when safety 
John Baugher hauled in an interception in the Salisbury 
end zone. Just four snaps of the ball later, Coppa struck 
again, this time speeding 52 yards for his third touch- 
down of the afternoon (he scored on a 45-yard run in the 
first halO Maurer's extra-point closed out the scoring at 
the 11:43 mark of the final quarter. 

Coppa carried the ball 19 times for 129 yards and hauled 
in three receptions for 75 yards. White was outstanding, 
completing 15 of 20 passes for 237 yards and two touch- 
downs. Bucci was the game's leading receiver, with 
eight catches for 133 yards. 

Salisbury State outlasted Ithaca 44-40 in the Division 
III semifinals, but fell 31-3 in the championship game, 
the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, to Augustana College of 
Rock Island, 111. It was Augustana's fourth straight 
Division 111 title. 

The number of post-season accolades accorded to 
SU was another indication of its excellent season. Along 




"The players have a taste of 

what it takes to win, 

but we definitely will not 

sneak up on anyone." 

with Close, Caracciolo. Shoemaker, Sochovka, junior 
center Pete Stoma (Lyndhurst, N.J.). and Weber were 
named to the MAC All-Star first team. Joining Kells as 
honorable mention picks was a quartet of juniors: full- 
back Kevin Gormley (Ramsey. N.J.); linebacker Trevor 
Henry (Huntingdon, Pa.); defensive tackle Brian 
Quiggle (Towanda, Pa.); and cornerback Clayton Smith 
(Norristown, Pa.). 

Shoemaker, an Academy Park High School graduate, 
was recognized nationally by the Football NeH's as a 
Division III honorable mention offensive lineman. He 
and Barretta (second-team quarterback) were the only 
MAC players selected by the publication. 

Rees also earned two richly-deserved honors for directing 
the biggest single-season turnaround (eight more wins 
than the previous year) in Division III history. The 
MAC head coaches voted him the conference's Coach of 
the Year and the American Football Coaches Association 
(AFCA) picked him as the Kodak College Division II 
Coach of the Year for Region II, which covers 15 states 
from Pennsylvania to Florida. 

Coolidge was chosen as the Crusaders' Most Valuable 



Player, with Sochovka and Henry receiving the Best 
Offensive Player and Best Defensive Player Awards, 
respectively. Senior quarterback Rich Maley (Philadel- 
phia) was tabbed as SU's Unsung Hero while the Best 
Offensive Scout award went to sophomore signalcaller 
Bryan Griffie (Dillsburg, Pa.). Freshman linebacker 
Tim Smith (Bethlehem, Pa.) was honored as the Best 
Defensive Scout Player. 

No school has won back-to-back MAC football titles 
since the reorganization of the conference from two 
divisions into one nine-team league in 1983 and a 10-team 
group with the addition of Lebanon Valley in 1985. 
Based on the success of 1986 and the large number of 
returning starters, next year's Crusader club should make 
a serious run at repeating as conference champion. 

"The outlook is certainly optimistic," Rees said. 
"The players have a taste of what it takes to win, but 
we definitely will not sneak up on anyone. 

"I believe we can look forward to being a MAC 
contender and getting ourselves back into the national 
playoff picture with more hard work and renewed 
dedication." 

The coach's biggest worry heading into his third season 
is the offensive line, where four of the five starters are 
graduating, with only Stoma returning. Bucci is back to 
anchor the receiving corps, but Sochovka will be missed. 

A graduate of Riverside High School, Sochovka con- 
cluded his outstanding Crusader career as the school's 
all-time reception yardage leader with 1,518 yards. He 
also broke the season mark for receiving yardage in 
1986 with 634 yards and his 78 career catches leaves 
him third in that category. 

"Beyond his statistics, Rob's success story is that he is 
such a team player," Rees emphasized. "It is a real indi- 
cation of his ability that he broke those records while 
splitting playing time (the SU split ends bring in the 
offensive calls to the quarterback)." 

Another offensive key will be keeping Gormley 
healthy for an entire season. The hard-charging running 
back, a graduate of Ramsey High School, topped SU in 
rushing last season with 616 yards, but he did not see 
action in the final two regular-season games or the pair 
of playoff contests due to an infected right knee. The 
6-foot, 200-pound Gormley, who is the 13th leading 
rusher in school history with 1,216 yards, missed three 
games in 1985 with a series of injuries. 

Of course, having Coolidge back in the fold gives 
Crusader followers even more reason to hope. "Todd 
came up with some spectacular efforts," Rees under- 
stated about his signalcaller. who finished 19th in Division 
III in total offense. "He made the move to what is con- 
sidered the toughest position to play and his performance 
was exceptional." 

Defensively, SU returns eight starters to the unit which 
wound up fourth in Division HI total defense (only 182.2 
yards allowed per game) and eighth in scoring defense 
(8.5 points per game). Once replacements are found for 
Kells, Curran, and linebacker Kevin Sinnott (Northvale, 
N.J.), who moved from fullback for his senior season, 
opposing offenses should find the traveling tough 
through the Orange and Maroon. 

A conference title, a school record for wins in a season, 
and a spot in the Division 111 national quarterfinals all 
made 1986 a special year for SU football. "The season 
proved we can play with anybody, left us feeling like we 
belong among the divisional powers, and gave us good 
impressions about our players," the Crusader coach 
said. "We made some big leaps for the entire program." 



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Congratulations 

from 

Coach Stagg 



Editor's Note: The following paragraphs are excerpts 
from a note written by Amos Alonzo Stagg, Jr , professor 
emeritus of physical education at Susquehanna. He was 
also head football coach from 1935 to 1942. for the 1946 
season, and the 1953 and 1954 campaigns. From 1947 to 
1952, he shared the coaching duties with his father, 
Amos Alonzo Stagg, Sr , the Grand Old Man of College 
Football. 

May you all be happy and may Susquehanna's football 
learn again win all its games next year. 

It came as a great surprise to me that SU's team could 
win all their regular games with complete consistency. I 
view it remarkable and commend the team and coaches 
for a super accomplishment. I am very proud of them 
and also appreciative that it could have happened for 
Susquehanna. 



'^^ 





Amos Alonzo Stagg (left) and Amos Alonzo Stagg, Jr 

I can remember Bob Pritchard. our line coach, in 
conversation with me the day after our team of 1940 
finished 7-0-1. He burst out, "Get out, get out, get out. 
You will not have an undefeated team again in the next 
17 years." He was emotional on my behalf, but he really 
spoke the truth: it is very difficult to go through a season 
and win every game. This year, Miami and Penn State 
were the only large universities to accomplish that, and 
they played for the national championship. 

1 am delighted for everybody who loves Susquehanna 
University that the team had such a great season. 

Coach Stagg. Jr 



Harnum notches 
250th coaching victory 



Susquehanna University men's basketball coach 
Donald J. Harnum won the 250th game of his career 
February 10, when the Crusaders posted a 78-67 victory 
at Messiah College. 

The University honored Harnum for reaching the 
milestone before the February 14 home game versus 
Lycoming College. 

Harnum completed his 18th season as a collegiate head 
coach with an overall record of 252-200. In his 13 years 
at the Susquehanna helm, he has 183 wins and 143 losses. 

The Crusader mentor, also the athletic director and 
assistant professor of physical education, began his head 
coaching career at Susquehanna in 1969, He guided the 
Crusaders for two seasons before moving to the University 
of Delaware, where he had served previously as an assistant 
coach. In five seasons with the Blue Hens, Harnum 
compiled a 69-57 mark. 

A native of Brewer, Maine, Harnum returned to 
Susquehanna in 1976 and was named athletic director in 
1979. His teams have made six appearances in the Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC)-Northern Division playoffs 
and two showings in the National Collegiate Athletic 
Association (NCAA) Division III national tournament. 

The 1985-86 campaign was the most successful of his 
coaching career The Crusaders set a school record for most 
wins in a season as they went 22-8 and captured the first 
MAC-Northern Division title in Susquehanna's history. 
The Orange and Maroon cagers, who were captained by 
coach Harnum's son, Don P. Harnum, advanced to the 
quarterfinals of the Division III playoffs before losing 
to eventual champion PoLsdam State (N.Y.) College. 

Harnum was rewarded for his team's fine season by 
being selected the MAC-North Coach of the Year and the 
Kodak Middle Atlantic District Coach of the Year for 
Division III. 

The Susquehanna coach earned a bachelor of science 
degree from the University of Maine and a master of 
education degree from Delaware. 




Jeanne Neff presents the winning basketball to Coach 
Donald Harnum. 



Planned Gifts Associate 

(Half-time Position) 



SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY seeks an 
experienced professional on a half-time basis 
to expand its planned giving program. This 
individual will be responsible for identifying 
prospective donors and securing gifts through 
bequest commitments, as well as the full range 
of existing planned gift options: pooled income 
funds, charitable gift annuities, chariuble 
remainder and lead trusts, and life insurance. 

The successful candidate will have excellent 
interpersonal and communications skills, be a 



Sara G. Kirkland 

Vice President for University Relalic 

Selmsgrove Hall 

Susquehanna University 

Selmsgrove, PA 17870 



strong self-starter, and have the ability to master 
the technical concepts of planned giving. A will- 
ingness to travel is essential, 

A bachelor's degree is required and a minimum 
of 5 years experience in development, sales, 
marketing or a related field is preferred 

The position is available immediately and 
applications will be considered until the position 
IS filled. Interested candidates should send a letter 
of interest and a resume to: 



ma tjmversity is an I 
Opportunity/ 

urivc Acmn ISmpI,,, 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR 
REPORT 



FALL/WINTER 1987 



125th Anniversary Campaign 



Successful Conclusion 



Susquehanna's 125th Anniversary Campaign, 
a fundraising drive initiated in 1980, has 
reached its goal of raising more than $10 
million in new support for the University's 
endowment and academic programs by 
June 30, 1986. In Phase I of the campaign 
(1980-83), commitments totaling $5,002,000 were 
received; and during Phase II (1983-1986) an 
additional $5,638,000 was raised, bringing total 
commitments to $10,640,000. 

Goals of the campaign included: 1) increasing 
annual giving to the University through the 
Susquehanna University Fund, 2) meeting a $200,000 
challenge grant from the National Endowment for 
the Humanities and a $100,000 challenge grant 
from Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal benefits 
society, 3) increasing the University's endowment, 

4) addressing immediate physical plant needs, 
especially the restoration of Seibert Hall, and 

5) support for academic programs. 

Since 1980, annual giving to Susquehanna has 
more than doubled, growing from $304,000 in 
1979-80 to $640,000 in 1985-85; the University 
has successfully met its challenges by raising 
$600,000 in matching funds to support programs 
in the humanities through the NEH challenge, and 
by raising $200,000 in endowment to match the 
Lutheran Brotherhood challenge; the University's 
second oldest building on campus, Seibert Hall, 
has been beautifully restored, in keeping with its 
Greek revival architecture; and Susquehanna has 
updated its academic calendar, its degree programs, 
and has implemented a new core curriculum that 
has attracted national attention. 

The University expresses its deep appreciation 
to all whose generosity and service made these 
accomplishments possible. 




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SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR 
REPORT 



Message from the SUF Chairperson 



Division of University Relations 

Selinsgrove Hall 

Susquehanna University 

(717) 374-0101 

President 

Joel Cunningham 

Vice President 

Sara G. Kirkland 

Administrative Assistant 

Bonnie Eicher Lightcap '70 

Research Associate 

Sandra Wolf 

Director of Alumni Relations 

James J. Campbell '63 

Director of Development 

Joan B. Price 

Foundation and Corporate Relations 

James A. Blessing '63 

Director of Annual Giving 

Linda L. Skinner '85 

Director of Public Relations and Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Scott E. Deitch '85 

Publications Manager 

Jean Smith 



Director of Alumni Relations 

Jim Campbell 



Dear SUF Supporters: 

I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who 
worked so hard to make the 1985-86 Susquehanna 
University Fund campaign the best ever. Last year, alumni, 
parents, and friends contributed more than $640,444, 
representing a 40% increase over 1984-85 totals. 

Although totals are important, I was pleased most by 
the number of people who elected to support Susquehanna 
for the first time - more than 665 alumni and friends. 
I also was pleased to learn that more than 34% of Sus- 
quehanna's alumni supported the University in 1985-86, 
a figure well above national averages. We are beginning 
to make progress toward matching the percentages of 
our sister institutions, many of which can boast of 
alumni support in the range of 40% and above. 

Our success last year reflects the dedication and long 
hours of many volunteers. I would like to recognize 
especially the members of Susquehanna's newly formed 
National Committee on Annual Giving, who contacted 
many of you concerning leadership commitments to the 
SUF. I also would like to acknowledge Parents Executive 
Committee Chairpersons Ron and Jeanne Leib and 
other committee members, who through their personal 
efforts increased parent giving by 78%, to an all-time 
high of $31,560; Susquehanna's dedicated Class Agents; 
members of the Business and Industry Steering Com- 
mittee, led by Chairperson Fred Kelly '66 who raised a 
record amount from local businesses ($65,000); and the 
members of Susquehanna's Senior Class, who under 
Doug Yago's leadership, successfully raised more than 
$13,055 in gifts and pledges from classmates. 

And, 1 would like to recognize the efforts of the Class 
of 1936 who mounted Susquehanna's first 50th Reunion 
Gift Campaign. The Class successfully raised more 
than $30,000 for a permanently endowed scholarship. 
As you review this repon and read about the many 
exciting things happening on campus today. I hope you 
share my appreciation for what the SUF has meant and 
continues to mean to Susquehanna. Many of the 
improvements we've made in recent years can be 
directly attributed to the significant increases we've 
seen in the SUF. 

To everyone who gave of their time, interest, and 
financial support last year, I offer my sincere thanks 



Introduction 



The Report of Donors honors those who 
contributed to Susquehanna University during the 
1985-86 fiscal year, which began July 1, 1985 and 
concluded June 30, 1986. As in previous years, all 
figures reflect actual cash received. While the 
University strives to be complete and accurate, 
we apologize for any errors and encourage you to 




and appreciation. We do hope we can count on your 
continued support! 

Larry Isaacs '43 

Chairperson, 

Susquehanna University Fund 



forward any questions or corrections to the 
Development Office. 

Susquehanna University sincerely appreciates 
the generosity shown by alumni, parents, and 
friends during 1985-86. Thank you for your 
patience in waiting for this report. 



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Message from the President 



Dear Friends of Susquehanna University, 

From its earliest days, Susquehanna University has 
benefitted from the loyalty of a great many people who 
have cared deeply about the University. This Report of 
Donors reflects the continuation of that loyalty in the 
many gifts that alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and students 
made to Susquehanna in 1985-86. The significant 
increases reflected in this report, both in the number of 
contributors and in the amounts given, have been 
important factors in Susquehanna's noteworthy progress 
this year. This support has enabled Susquehanna to 
provide students with the means to achieve their potential 
for learning, leadership, and service to others. 

We continue to take pride in the national recognition 
of Susquehanna in the most recent U.S. News & World 
Report poll of college presidents. Based on criteria 
including strength of curriculum, quality of teaching. 
the relationship between students and faculty, and the 
atmosphere for teaching and learning. Susquehanna 
was the only Pennsylvania institution to be ranked 
among the lop 10 smaller comprehensive institutions 
in the East. 

Such recognition contributed to our enrollment of 
503 freshmen in the Fall of 1986. the largest freshman 
class in the history of the University. In fact, the 
increased percentage of students who accepted our 
offer of admission resulted in some uncomfortable 
overcrowding on campus. 

Several major changes took place in the academic 
program in 1986. The University completed the 
implementation of a new semester calendar, revised 
and updated degree programs, and a rigorous general 
studies requirement for all students. The new Core 
curriculum is designed to give each student a broad 
liberal education with emphasis on values, humankind's 
rich heritage, science, the humanities, the social 
sciences, and the fine arts. All Susquehanna students 
must now study a foreign language and achieve basic 
skills in writing, mathematics, library research, and 
computer literacy. A major grant from the National 
Endowment for the Humanities is helping in the 
implementation of the new curriculum. 

During 1986 we completed a three-year project 
supported by the Pew Memorial Trust to integrate micro- 
computer us6 throughout our curriculum. An integrated 
telecommunications system was installed, providing 
voice and data transmission capability to all campus 
facilities, including individual dormitory rooms. 

Significant progress also has been made in strengthening 
the financial base to the University. Since 1981, total 
giving to the University has more than doubled, from $1.12 
million in 1981 to $2.35 million in 1986. And in the 
same time, endowment has more than tripled, moving 
from $2.64 million in 1981 to $8.81 million in 1986. 

The University successfully met two challenge grants, 
raising $600,000 to match a $200,000 challenge from 
the National Endowment for the Humanities and 
$200,000 to match a $100,000 challenge from Lutheran 
Brotherhood. 

With prudent financial management, the University 
continued to operate within a budget, and we made 
continuing visible improvements in the physical plant. 

The faculty has continued its strong record of dedicated 
teaching, and gained added regional and national 
recognition for significant scholarship and professional 
achievement. 



The future brings Susquehanna new challenges. The 
demographic changes of the next six years will heighten 
competition among fine colleges and universities. In 
the planning study which was completed in the spring 
of 1986, the Board of Directors affirmed the University's 
commitment to the strategy of pursuing high quality 
above all else. 

As we begin our 130th year, Susquehanna strives for 
a vision which includes a program of international studies 
integrated with many disciplines; the effective teaching 
of critical thinking and writing across the curriculum; 
a Sigmund Weis School known widely as an outstanding 
undergraduate school of business; widespread computer 
use and applications in teaching; a well regarded 
School of Fine Arts and Communications including a 
music program which extends Susquehanna's tradition 
of outstanding performance and preparation; strong 
programs in the School of Arts and Sciences including 
the life sciences, preprofessional programs, computer 
sciences, English and foreign languages, a vital and 
widely recognized Honors Program, University Press, 
and Career Development and Placement Program; a 



modern library which serves students and faculty with 
new technologies and increased connections to the 
curriculum of the University; and a continuing strong 
program of intercollegiate athletics. 

To realize this vision, Susquehanna's endowment and 
the Susquehanna University Fund must continue to 
grow. We must continue to improve faculty salaries and 
provide enhanced financial aid to students. And. while 
we take pride in the beauty of the present campus, we 
must begin to plan for new additions, including a new 
fine arts building, new science facilities, and significant 
library, classroom, and residence hall renovations. 

The progress of Susquehanna has resulted in great 
measure from the generosity of those who are recognized 
in this report; its future is based on the strength so many 
have made possible. The University js indebted to you, 
and all of us who love Susquehanna are deeply grateful. 



Sincerely, 

Joel Cunningham 




SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

4 



A Strong Financial Base 



Total giving to the University has more than 

doubled, growing from a total of $1,118,000 

in 1981-82 to last year's record high of 

$2,346,000. The chart at right shows how steady 

that growth has been. 



Total Giving to Susqueiianna 
1981-1986 



(as of June 30 each year) 



$2,346,000 



$1,428,000 



$1,264,000 




1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 



In addition, the University's endowment 

has more than tripled, as illustrated on 

the chart at right. 



Susqueiianna University Endowment 
1981-1986 



$8,807,568 



(as of June 30 each year) 



$4,793,549 




These successes, combined with prudent 

financial management, enabled the University to 

eliminate completely an operating deficit that had 

accumulated to more than $900,000 by 1978. Since 

1979, the University has operated within a balanced 

budget every year. 



$3,112,677 



$2,637,286 



1981 1982 1983 



1984 1985 1986 



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BENJAMIN 

KURTZ 

CIRCLE 

$1000 and more 



Members of the Benjamin Kurtz 
Circle of University Associates 
provide the special leadership that 
enables Susquehanna to offer an 
excellent educational program to 
its students. 

The following individuals and or- 
ganizations contributed gifts of 
$1000 or more during the 1985-86 
fiscal year, Susquehanna University 
gratefully acknowledges the 
generous support of all Benjamin 
Kurtz Circle members. 



Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 

Aid Association For Lutherans 

John Alkhas 

Allied Corporation 

American Express Foundation 

AMP, Incorporated 

Sidney and Carole Apfelbaum 

ARA Services, Inc. 

Douglas E. Arthur '49 

AT&T Foundation 

Carl and Pat Bellas 

Frederick W. and Eleanor Bisbee 

Helen Blough 

Roger M. Blough '25. deceased 

Anna Bohorad Trust 

Mrs. Harold Bollinger 

Hazel Brobst Brown '51 

Joseph B. Bulick, Estate 

Leslie R. Butler '62 

Richard E. '65 and 

Sally Feitig '68 Caruso 
James R. '46 and 

Mary Rudy x'44 Clark 
Robert R. Clark '35 
Commonvi/ealth of Pennsylvania 
Coopers & Lybrand Foundation 
Joel and Trudy Cunningham 
Dr and Mrs. EC. Cunningham 
The Daily Item 
William C. '53 and Margaret 

Henderson '54 Davenport 
William T Decker, deceased 
Charles B. Degenstein hc'82 
Dun & Bradslreet Co. Foundation 
Marlin M. Enders '25 
Janet V. Enders 
Samuel H. Evert 
Exxon Foundation 
Donald J. and Geraldine Eager 
Burden S. Faust '58 
Faylor Foundation 
Federated Department Stores, Inc. 
Carol Wentzel Felix '66 
Marlyn '23 and 

Mabel Kinzey '24 Fetterolf 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company 
Cynthia Fisher 
Elizabeth M Fisher '28 
Lawrence C. Fisher '31 



W. Donald '51 and 

Marilyn Kretz '52 Fisher 
Foundation For Independent 

Colleges 
Francis R, Gelnett '37 
William A. Gettig 
Getlig Technologies, Inc. 
Gynith C. Giffin 
Viola K. Gilbert 

Howard J. and Marion L. Greene 
Reed A. '38 and 

Grace Drew '36 Greninger 
James E. Gunther 
G. Scott & Bessie K. Guyer 

Foundation 
Hagedorn Fund 
Paul M. Haines '31 
Hall Foundation 
George L. Haller hc'63 
Hanover Brands, Inc. 
Robert and Jane W. Harding 
George F he' 71 and 

Janet Earhart '36 Harkins 
George E. x'64 and 

Margaret Lauver '66 Harris IV 
James R. and Eunice M. Heistand 
John C. Horn hc'65 
Orlando W. Houts 
Patricia R. Hunsicker 
D. Edgar '34 and 

Aberdeen Phillips '34 Hutchison 
International Business 

Machines Co. 
Lawrence M. '43 and 

Louise Kresge '45 Isaacs 
Johnson & Johnson 
Gloria Bottiger Karchner '86 
William and Lynne Karniol 
Martha E. Kerns, Estate 
Sara G. and John D. Kirkland 
Kline Foundation, Inc. 
William L. S. Landes 111 '71 
Florence Rothermel Latsha '40 
Raymond C. '50 and 

Kay LaRue x'52 Lauver 
Marsha A. Lehman '74 
Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback 

Foundation 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
Lutheran Church In America 
Martin Marietta Corporation 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune '43 
Rebecca Shade Mignot '54 
John R. and Joan Miller 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
Mohawk Flush Doors 
Albert P '50 and 

Louise Siemers '50 Molinaro, Jr 
Billy and Clyde Montgomery 
William S. Morrow '34 
George M. Mowers, Jr '64 
National Endowment for the 

Humanities 
Nationwide Insurance Co. 
Nationwide Foundation 
Peter M. '57 and 

Ruth Scott '55 Nunn 
Harold C. and Nancy M. O'Connor 
Leah Cryder Oberheim '47 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
Pennsylvania Power & Light 

Company 
Pew Memonal Trust 
Edward F Pfeiffer '50 
Presser Foundation 
Joan B. Price 
Price Waterhouse Foundation 




Purdy Insurance Agency, Inc. 
Saul and Florence Putterman 
Emily Rahter 
Richard C. Ranlzow 
Rea & Derick, Inc. 
Beatrice F Rettinger Estate 
Edward S. '42 and 

Blanche Forney '42 Rogers 
Christopher D. Rooke '82 
Samuel D. '54 and 

Dorothy Apgar '53 Ross, Jr 
Louis F. Santangelo, Jr '50 
Robert E. Schellberg hc'70 
Erick O. Schonstedt 
C. Glenn '46 and 

Helen Hocker '44 Schueler 
Sears Roebuck Foundation 



Nevin C.T '49 and 

Jane Wormley x'41 Shaffer 
Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41 
E Raymond Shaheen '37 
Marie Shempp 
Jeanne Shipe 

Erie 1. '35 and Marjorie Shobert II 
LB. Smith Educational Foundation 
Snyder County Trust Co. 
Mary E. Spiggle '34 
Helen Wentzel Spitzner '37 
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 

Church 
Sunbury Textile Mills, Inc. 
Swineford National Bank 
Maurice D. Taylor hc'80 
Universal Suppliers. Inc. 



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John H Wall '35 
Alan R. Warehime hc'82 
Gustave W. Weber hc'77 
Robert F and Patricia Weis 
Margaret L. Wendt Foundation 
Gary R. Wentzel 
Whitaker Foundation 
Elizabeth Williamson Estate 
Amelia C. Winter 
Donald E. '50 and 

Flora Barnhart '51 Wissinger 
Aileen Witmer 
Eleanor S. Wolf '32 
Women's Auxiliary 
Wood Metal Industries, Inc. 
York Container Foundation 
John and Suzanne S.'66 Zeok 



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1858 Society 

$500 to $999 

ALCOA Foundation 
Armstrong World Industries, Inc 
J. Robert Arthur '67 
William P. '39 and 

Hester Bittinger '40 Ayers 
Natalie Pritchard Bailey '36 
Louise Mehring Bankert '35 
Stuart E. Barstad tic'86 
Bilger Fuels 

Margaret Widlund Blough '24 
Robert A. Boyer '38 
Vincent E, Boyer '52 
Joseph! F Campana '41 
Carl L. Campbell '65 
John A. and Jane C. Carpenter 
Robert G. Carr '75 
Central Pennsylvania Savings 

Association 
Samuel D, Clapper '68 
Crum & Forster 
Signe Alford Davis '31 
Aloysius V, '48 and 

Phyllis Swartz '49 Derr 
Ronald L. and Christine Dotterer 
Patricia B. Dudley '63 
Jason M. and Patricia Elsas, Jr 
Equitable Assurance Society 
Ernst & Whinney 
John G. Foos '71 
Donald Fosselman '49 
Waller B, and Natalie Freed 
Robert A, Gabrenya '40 
GEICO Insurance Group 
General Electric Foundation 
Lester 8. Greider '36 
James A. Grossman '36 
Donald J, Harnum 
Eleanor L. Heishman '64 
Hershey Fund 

Hershey Trinity Lutheran Church 
John W. Hoffman '40 
John '52 and 

Audrey Wegner x'53 Horoschak 
Harvey A. Horowitz '64 
William A. '44 and 

Margaret Gemmill '44 Janson 
Mary Emma Yoder Jones '41 
Pearl M. Kaler '36 
Keller (vlarine Service, Inc. 
Dennis D. Kieffer '74 
Robert J, Kimbel, Jr '74 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel '28 
Joe W, Kleinbauer '63 
Kreamer Feed Store 
W, Frank '39 and Isabel 

Tewkesbury '39 Laudenslayer 
Herbert C, Lauver '38 
Ronald J. and Jeanne Leib 
Robert and Maria Wernikowski 

Macfarlan '62 
Martha Larson Martin '26 
HP McGinley, Inc, 
Merck Foundation 
Merrill Lynch & Co,, Inc. 
Middleswarth Kitchen Fresh Chips 
Carl M. '63 and Katie Moyer 
Dawn Grigg Mueller '68 
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Foundation 
Rose Runk Perry '36 
Philip Morris 
Phillips Industries 
George E. Phillips '36 
Bonnie Bucks Reece '65 
Otto and Beulah Reimherr 



Simon B. '30 and 

Kathryn Jarrett x'34 Rhoads 
William O. '29 and Ruth Roberts 
Robert Rand Martha E. Schell 
Howard H. Schnure 
Raymond R. '44 and 

Jean Wheal '46 Schramm 
Scott Paper Company Foundation 
L- Shellenberger & Sons, Inc. 
Ralph I. Shockey '36 
Silvertip 

Southern New England Telephone 
Reed '32 and 

Mildred Arbegast '30 Speer 
Sefton and Ann Stallard 
J. Donald Steele '33 
J. Donald Steele, Jr '73 
Stroehmann Brothers Co. 
Tedds Landing, Inc. 
Michael Timmons 
Transfiguration Lutheran Church 
United States Borax & 

Chemical Corp. 
Valley Farms Dairy 
Robert R and Joan E. Vivian 
John A. and Patricia Warehime 
Weis Markets, Inc. 
Elizabeth Wiley 
Robert E, Winter '48 
Gerold M. Wunderlich '73 
Xerox Foundation 
Young Door Co 
Zion Lutheran Church 



Maroon Club 

$250 to $499 

Arlin M. Adams hc'85 
Air Products and Chemicals 
Susan Goyne Amedow '44 
Amoco Foundation Inc. 
Kenneth R. '35 and 

Martha Gessner '32 Anderson 
Lance '69 and 

Sheryl Hardy '71 Andrews 
Armstrong Rubber Co. 
Lynn Hassinger Askew '57 
Atlantic Richfield Foundation 
Charles S. Bailes '56 
Jane F Barlow 
Robert M Bastress '39 
Elmer R. Baumgardner '52 
Barry B. '60 and 

Nancy Phillips '60 Bealor 
George E Beam '29 
Richard A. Bechtel '72 
Alan M. Bennett '72 
Bethlehem Steel Corp. 
BKW Coach Line 
H. Vernon Blough '31 
Marsh C Bogar '51 
George C and Carol Boone 
Raymond F Bower '74 
Lee E. '26 and 

Laura Henninger '25 Boyer 
Andrew J. and Delores Bozzelli 
Florence Reitz Brenneman '41 
Robert M, Brenneman '73 
John D. Bronneck '69 
Brunswick Foundation, Inc. 
Paul B. '50 and 

Virginia Blough '50 Buehler 
Burroughs Corporation 
Claude A. Buss '24 
James J. Campbell '63 
Carpenter Foundation 



Dorothy Rothermel Chaffee '28 

Roger P Cheney '71 

Chesebrough-Pond's, Inc. 

Chevron Matching Gifts Plan 

Mabel Fultz Chilcott '33 

Jack E. Cisney '59 

Coca-Cola Mid-Atlantic Bottling 

Donald E. Coleman '60 

Paul D. Coleman '40 

Combustion Engineering 

Continental Corp. Foundation 

John D. Crusius '72 

John Dagle Jewelry 

Edward R. '70 and 
Marilyn Goetze '71 Danner, II 

Alice Yonghaus Davenport '51 

Sue C. Davis '66 

Norman J.and Margaret Dick, Jr 

Dwight E. Dickensheets '67 

Dow Jones & Co, Inc 

Marion D. Drumheller '57 

Mr and Mrs. Robert Dysland 

Joseph F and Elva M. Elsman 

Evangelical Lutheran Church 

Constantine C. Exarchos '68 

Lee M. '32 and 
Jenet Leitzel '32 Fairchild 

Kathryn Weber Finkbiner '36 

Robert L. '59 and 

Linda Traub '61 Fiscus 
Kenneth O. and Irene Fladmark 
Frank W. and Joan Fletcher 
Samuel S. Fletcher '41 
H. Ruth Folkmann '28 
Gregory E. '70 and 

Jacqueline O'Shea '71 Galano 
Charles and Joyce M. Gardner 
Donald A. Gaver '37 
William F Groce, Inc. 
Fred A. and 

Sherrill Grugan A'79 Grosse 
Robert G. Gundaker '64 
Robert L. Hackenberg '56 
Robert B. Hancock '64 
Marjorie Curtis Hanson '39 
Wellington Hartman '30 
Jeanne Attinger Hassinger '51 
Fred R. Hauser '64 
Paul J. Helleren '80 
John C. x'43 and 

Jeanne Fenner '42 Helm 
Raymond '47 and Dorothy 
Dellecker '43 Hochstuhl 
Steven M. '72 and 

Catherine Magill '73 Hoffman 
Henry and Jane Hood 
W. Murray Hunt, Jr 
IDS/American Express, Inc. 
R. Alexander B. Jervis '65 
Lawrence S. Kachelriess, Jr '64 
Richard and Frayda Kamber 
Timothy G. Keane '75 
John Keller '20 
Frederick W. Kelly, Jr '66 
Esther Yingling Kern '38 
Kinney Shoes 
George A. '64 and 

Carol Cox '55 Kirchner 
John H. '70 and 

Linda Maier '71 Klemeyer 
Michael A. '80 and 

Laura Hines '82 Kling 
Albert C. Knapp '42 
Karl E. '38 and 

Margaret Dunkle '41 Kniseley 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch '34 
Frances Roush Kovacic '50 



Harold R. '48 and 

Corrine Kahn '45 Kramer 
Ronald A. Kramer '71 
Frederick W. and Donna Lackland 
Kathie J. Lang '71 
Rolla E. '71 and 

Jean Walton '73 Lehman III 
Harry M. Leister, Jr '56 
John F Lewis '27 
George '54 and 

Lorraine Karick '52 Liddington 
Richard W. '48 and Gertrude 

Roberts '48 Lindemann 
Robert S. Long '73 
Nicholas A. Lopardo '68 
Clay L. Lorah '57 
Charles R. Loss '40 
L. Howard Lukehart '31 
Terry L. March '67 
Douglas L. '70 and 

Lynn Keim '71 Marion 
Milton H. Maslin, Jr '65 
Cornelius R and Lynn E. McCarthy 
William H. '48 and 

Joyce Jenkins '45 McClure 
Thomas F. and Jenny McGrath 
Judith Arnold Mclntyre '62 
Russell L. McTague '59 
Meridian Title Insurance Company 
Midlantic National Bank 
Gary L. '61 and 

Stephanie Haase '60 Moore 
Lewis R. '77 and 

Kathy-Ann McCarthy '76 Morrow 
Pauline Crow Mount '34 
John J. and Mane A. Mulcahy Jr 
Lawrence E. '66 and 

Kay Schucker '66 Mundis, Jr 
John H. Naegeli '36 
NCNB Corporation Charities 
New York Stock Exchange 
William E. Nye '40 
Robert E. and Helen Nylund 
Donald P '68 and 

Mary Ann Carpenter '68 Orso 
Oft Packagings. Inc. 
Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
James C. Packard '70 
John and Barbara Pagana 
Susan S. Pence x'68 
Pennsylvania Humanities Council 
Pennsylvania Gas and Water Co. 
Richard G. '68 and 

Linda lager '69 Poinsett 
Douglas A. Portzline '41 
Proctor and Gamble 
Prudential Foundation 
Ralph E. Purpur '66 
N. David and Virginia Rahal 
Raymond F Rail, Jr '75 
David J. '65 and 

Blair Hoover '65 Revak 
Raymond O. Rhine '29 
Rhoads Mills 
Rohm & Haas Co. 
Donald P Rohrbach '48 
Harriett Leese Rosenquist '32 
Charles H. Roush x'53 
Allen I. '60 and 

Carol Shesler x'63 Rowe 
Richard E. Rowe '63 
Henry W. Rozenberg hc'73 
Mary Landon Russell '36 
Santa Fe Southern Pacific 

Foundation 
Genevieve Sarra 
Frances S. Sassaman 



Willard H. '41 and 
Hilda Friederich '40 Schadel 

John A. Schoffstall, Sr '33 

Robert N. Seebold '74 

Architecture By Seiple 

Leo M. Sekulski A'82 

Charles J. Shearer '31 

Sherwin Williams Foundation 

Shiloh Lutheran Church 

Smeltz Auto Sales Co. 

Carl G. Smith '28 

Robert A. Smith '62 

Ruth Juram Smith hc'82 

Norrine Bailey Spencer '68 

Squibb Corporation 

Shirley Finkbeiner Stehlm '39 

C Dale and Sally Steinmetz 

Cheryl R. Stickle '68 
Jesse Stone '51 
James D. '60 and 

Biruta Aigars '63 Strausser 
W. Alfred Streamer '26 
Robert W. Surplus '45 
Susquehanna Arts Society 
William R. Swarm '33 
Merrill W. Tilghman, Jr '71 
Sara Ulrich Tollinger '34 
Frank J. Trembulak '70 
TRW, Inc. 

Marcella Chaya Turnbach '36 
Kenneth J. '71 and 

Roxane Havice '71 Vermillion 
Louis A. Vermillion '70 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 
Walnut Acres, Inc. 
Walter Wasilewski '36 
Julius Weinberger '36 
David 8. Werner '70 
Helen Salem Wescoat '19 
Richard F and Florence Wesner 
Westinghouse Educational 

Foundation 
Douglas J. Wilkins '85 
Paul M. '75 and 

Kaye Stein '75 Willbanks 
Eileen Boone Winter '43 
Robert F Wohlsen '48 
Kent L. Worthington '38 
Timothy J. '77 and 

Brenda Newman '77 Wright 
John '60 and 

Ann Hewes '61 Yanuklis 
Warren W. York & Co., Inc. 
Kathryn Morning Ziegler '30 
Albin L. Zimlicki '34 
John Zubak '43 
Karen Pfleger Zygan '69 

Orange Club 

$125 to $249 

Richard C Abbott '72 
Lawrence A. Abler 
Norman W. and Betty M. Ackley 
John and Marion Aherne 
Henry R. Albright '54 
American Academy of Arts 

and Sciences 
American Cyanamid Co. 
American International Group, Inc. 
Richard D. and Elaine Anderson 
Yale and Anne Arkel 
Beatrice Gentzler Armold '33 
Associated Dry Goods Corp. 
David E. '77 and 

Cherly Rahlfs '77 Atkinson 



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William D. Atkinson '74 

Frank S. Attinger x'44 

Avery International 

Stephen Azary '36 

Elizabeth Hodges Bagger '62 

Verna Gayman Baldwin '39 

David A. Barber '70 

Elizabeth J. Barnhart '40 

Jean B. Beamenderfer '39 

Ruth G Beck '29 

Donald W. and Carolyn Beckie 

Thomas S. and Emma D. Beckley 

Leslie J. Beers '76 

Theresa R Beers 

H. Daniel Beigh. Jr '50 

Bruce A, '55 and 

Deborah Krapf '56 Bell 
Bell Atlantic 
Bell of Pennsylvania 
Oren N. Benner '37 
Rev. & Mrs. Carl E. Bentz 
Franklyn M. Bergonzi '67 
Richard Bidelspach '53 
Larry R Bingaman '55 
Chester A. and Josephine Bishof 
Jack K. Bishop '57 
John W. Bittinger '23 
Mildred E. Bittner '42 
Black & Decker, Inc. 
James A. '63 and 

Martha Barker '70 Blessing 
Edward W. Bogner '71 
Ferdinand Bongartz '47 
James A, Bonsall '34 
David A. Borden '72 
Alan T '58 and 

Patricia Dawn x'58 Bortle 
Arlhur F. Bowen '65 
Willard J. Bowen '69 
Grace C. Boyle '33 
Ira F Bradford x'45 
Christine M. Bringman '82 
James H. and Joan Bromley 



John M. and Patricia Brotherton 
Fred O. Brubaker '42 
Mark D, Burkhardt '76 
Timothy P. '71 and 

Pamela Flinchbaugh '73 Byrnes 
Nancy A, Cairns 
William C. Calvert, Jr 
Lonnie E. Campbell '74 
Mr Carmen, Inc. 
Charles H. '52 and 

Voylet Dietz '52 Carr 
F. Thomas '63 and 

Doris Hoffman x'64 Casey 
Central Builders Supply 
Carol Dauberman Chidsey '56 
Nicholas F Chirico '76 
Edwin M. Clapper '34 
Philip M. Clark '62 
William H. Cole, Jr 
Linda Cole Conine '65 
Henry S. '56 and 

Madeline Lease '53 Cook 
John C. Cooper 
Frank C, Corcoran '47 
Corning Glass Works Foundation 
Donald R. Cosgrove '48 
Thelma E. Crebs '32 
John C.S. Crosbie x'47 
Walton R. Cueman '65 
Mary Heim Davey '38 
Frances Thomas Davis '30 
Martha Laudenslager Davis '31 
Mary Snyder Davis '65 
Nancy A. Davis '61 
Carol Powers Dawson '75 
George K. and Norma S. Decker 
Stephen and Patrice DeFelice 
Galen H. and Deanna Deibler 
John E. and Carle L. Deitrick 
Alex and Susan Del Bueno 
Deloitte Haskins & Sells Foundation 
Henry J. '70 and Barbara 

Hitchens '69 DePerro, Jr. 



W. John Derr '24 
Richard E. Derrick '61 
John G. Devine '49 
Edward J. and 

Dorothy T Dobzanski 
AW. and Jeanne Dodsworth, Jr 
Dogwood Hill Nursei'y, Inc. 
William K. '56 and 

Pamela McKegg '53 Doney 
William H. Dreibelbis x'29 
Milton and Gladys Dumeyer 
Harold A. Dunkelberger hc'79 
Howard W. Dye x'43 
Charles C. and Charlotte Eberly 
Thomas C. Eggleston III '69 
Kenneth F '55 and 

Charlotte Sandt '56 Erdley Jr 
Paul W. Ernst '65 
Richard A. Farnow '71 
Charles L. Fasold '36 
Herbert and Barbara Faust 
George A. '72 and 

Jill Stevens '74 Pecker 
Georgia D. Fegley '66 
Hans E. and Barbara Feldmann 
Herman R. Fenstermacher '32 
Fern Z. Ferster x'40 
David E. Fettinger '74 
Russell C. '75 and 

Jacquelyn Strub '75 Filbey 
Marjorie Kostenbauder Finley '56 
Luther A. Fisher '22 
Wayne H. Fisher '66 
Ford Motor Company Fund 
William J. '51 and 

Frances Savidge '49 Foster 
H. Scott Fritts '78 
Rebecca M. Fuller '76 
Nora Steinhards Galins '54 
James R. '63 and Darlene 

Strockbine x'63 Gallagher 
George V. Ganter '74 
Signe S. Gates '71 




Ralph C. Geigle '35 
William A. Gerkens '64 
Boyd and Jane Gibson 
Jeffrey S. Gicking '79 
Ronald D. '65 and 

Ann Griffith '65 Gilbert 
H. Donald Glaser. Jr '68 
Mr and Mrs. Herbert W. Glaser 
Sherman E. Good '30 
Jeffrey L. Goria '71 
Russell and Madeline Goria 
James J. '55 and 

Elsie Gruber '56 Gormley 
William H. and Marilyn Gormley 
Mary Lizzio Govekar '47 
Governor Snyder Mansion 
Donald M. Gray '60 
Margaret Brubaker Gray '59 
Andrew S. '79 and 

Elizabeth Kennedy '79.Graybill 
Great Northern Nekoosa Corp. 
George F and Helen V. Grebe 
Douglas S. Griese '72 
Wilfred K. Groce, Sr '30 
Warren and Charlotte Groce 
Delsey Morris Gross '27 
Gulf + Western Foundation 
Linda Rolston Gutowski '70 
Melvin E. Haas '42 
Jimmy H. Hall '68 
Mary Jane Jessen Hansen '49 
Ronald C. Hardnock '62 
John E. Harkins 
William C. and Dorothy M. Hart 
Paul W. Hartline '31 
Paul E. Hartman x'36 
Arlene Laudenslager Hatton '31 
John K. and Lucille J. Haubner 
Zelda F Haus '27 
Patricia F Heathcote '52 
H. Lee '48, he' 74 and 

Edith Wegner '49 Rebel 
Donald K. Henry '35 
Michael J. '78 and 

Janice Gaschen '79 Herman 
Phoebe Herman '17 
Robert L. Herr '39 
Henry H. '68 and 

Wendy Evans '69 Herrington 
George W. Herrold '71 
Harold J. Hershey '65 
Albert '36 and 

Martha Bolig '38 Hess 
Hewlett Packard 
Wayne D. Hill '70 
Paul R. Hinsch '74 
Carl H. Hitchner '62 
Harold A. and Gladys Hoeg 
Wade L. Hoffman '58 
Herbert H. Holderman '43 
Vernon V. Hoover '58 
H. Louis Horner, Jr '70 
Lenore K. Horner '47 
Richard and Susan Hughes 
Frank E. Hurley 
Frederick and Donna Ikenson 
Itek Optical Systems 
Barry R. '68 and 

Denise Horton '68 Jackson 
Agnes McMullen Johnson '30 
Jeffrey A. Jones '77 
Donald E. and Lorraine Jones 
Elaine W. Jones 
Jane Hutchison Kaempfer '41 
William H. Kahl '62 
Frank S. and Hilda Karniol 
Joseph W. and Ruth Karoly 



Keebler Company 
John D. '67 and 

Andrea Schumann '67 Keim 
James E. '73 and 

Kathleen Coon '73 Kellerman 
Richard A. Kellogg '68 
Ruth Williamson Kelly '36 
David M. and Mary Rae Kelly 
William R. and Pamela Kennedy 
John Kindsvatter '32 
Donald A. King '48 
Lori Border Kissinger '64 
Roy C. and Alice M Kissinger 
Michael and Frances Kivko 
Ray W. Kline x'38 
Lauretta F. Koenig '76 
Eugene H and Barbara S. Kopf 
Andrew V. Kozak '32 
Rose G. Krape '29 
Kratzer Oil Co. 
Walter J. '80 and 

Joan Penniman '80 Krzastek 
Amos G. '60 and 

Ella Koch x'60 Kunkle, Jr 
Mr and Mrs. Frank Kymer 
Barbara Stockalis Labanosky '64 
John M. and Karen Latferty 
Josephine Hoy Lamb '33 
Nancy Myers Landis '47 
Judith Hawk Lasley '66 
Charles A. and 

Janet B. Laubach, Jr 
Robert E. and Betty Lauf 
Marianne B. Layng 
Alice Ann Patterson Leidel '58 
Robert E. '61 and 

Joan Lawley '62 Leighty 
Faye R. Lewis '52 
William A. Lewis, Jr '68 
Theodore Lindquist hc'75 
Wallace J. Lindsay, Jr. '74 
William F Livengood '67 
Barry I. '70 and 

Jean McEvoy Llewellyn 
Alma L. Long '22 
Janet A. Long '40 
Eugene and Jane Isaacs Lowe 
Esther Kaufman Lucas '38 
George E. and Barbara Lucas 
June Snyder Lucas x'42 
Paul B. Lucas '42 
David F '80 and 

Cindy Wolter '82 Lynch 
Frederic G. MacQuesten, Jr x'43 
Thomas C. Maran '67 
Vincent N. and Charlotte Marino 
Barry I. x'64 and 

Miriam Brown '63 Markowitz 
Peter C Marshall '67 
Mary Macintosh 
David and Judith Mayo 
Robert L. McGeehan '33 
Joseph A. and Ann McNulty 
Medical & Surgical Center, Inc. 
Ethel McGrath Meola '52 
Donald and Joy Merryman 
Russell P Mertz '59 
Kenneth M. Merz '49 
Harry C. and Donna Meyer 
James R. '60 and 

Jean Ewald '62 Middleswarth 
Wayne W. Miller '65 
Robert A. and Sandra M. Miller 
Wayne H. Minami '62 
James R. and Helen Misanin 
Clair S. Mitch '52 
Jean Mitchell 



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Mary W, MoffitI ■28.hc'73 
Terry L. '62 and 

Manha Sue Deljen '64 Moll 
George L. Moore '61 
Gerald E. '51 and 

Beltie Winey x'53 Moorhead 
Charles A. Morris '49 
Eileen P. MotI '63 
Laura S. Moyer '68 
Helen Moyer 
Mohammad Munir 
Johanna Sheese Murray '68 
Elsie Myers '37 

Maywood J. and Maryland Myers 
Nabisco, Inc. 
Francis A. Nace '62 
Bruce L. and Doria Nary 
National Gypsum Company 
Anthony D. and Sally Nazzaro 
Stephen L, Neff '81 
Mark E. Nelson '79 
New Jersey Bell 
Robert M, Newbury '65 
Mary Jarrett Newland '38 
Bob Newman, Inc. 
Edward and Martha Nichols 
John A. '67 and 

Barbara Smith '68 Norton 
Mary Sarba Norwood '50 
Frances Hubler Nuernberg '35 
David R. '79 and 

Ellen Schmidt Odenath, Jr 
Susan Odjakjian '79 
Karen L. Olson '71 
Debra Maurer Ondeyka '75 
Oneida Silversmiths 
Paul M. Orso '40 
Ruth E. Osborn '54 
Alan Parcells '47 
Mark R, Paules '76 



Marjone Mack Pearson '67 

Penn Lyon Homes, Inc. 

F. David Pennypacker '65 

Joseph P '63 and 
Marilyn Vekassy '63 Perfilio 

Pfizer Inc. 

Philadelphia National Bank 

George W. Phillips '50 

Gladys Wentzel Phillips '39 

Phillips Motel 

Vernon R. Phillips '38 

Mr and Mrs. Robert D. Pierson 

John M. '73 and 
Diane Mahoney '74 Pivarnik 

Themio and Shirley Plakos 

Marion Moyer Potteiger '17 
Jeffrey N. '75 and 
Hope Craig '75 Potter 

Neil H. and Mary Potter 

Eleanor K. Pourron '59 
William H. Poust, Jr '49 
John P. x'41 and 

Mathilda Neudoefler '39 Powell 
Joseph J, Prekopa '75 
Diane Christopher Rapport '75 
J Robert Reeder x'32 
Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72 
Janet Hoke Reiff '44 
James B. '49 and 

Marilyn Beers '51 Reilly 
Reliance Group Holdings, Inc. 
R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. 
James D. and Nancy Rhoads 
Sidney F. '59 and 

Sandra Brandt x'61 Richard 
Scott A. Richards '79 
Richardson-Vicks, Inc. 
Robert and Louise Rinaldi 
Lee D. Rishel '34 
Deborah E. Ritter '69 



Sandra M. Rocks '75 

Daniel W. and Gladys Rohrbaugh 

David A. Rohrer '76 

Paul F. Rose 

Rosenblums, Inc. 

Chester G. Rcwe '52 

Harold L. Rowe '34 

William E. Royer '33 

Harold R. Ruhl '23 

James O. Rumbaugh '50 

Thomas D. '63 and 

Diane Norcross '65 Samuel, Jr 
Philip E. '71 and Catherine 

Rogers '71 San Filippo 
Mohammad Samad 
M. Helen Smith Sanders '49 
Sara Lee Foundation 
Lynn M. Sarf '77 
Joseph J. and Karol Scartelli 
Schering-Plough Foundation, Inc. 
Irene Etter Schmehl '63 
M. Jane Schnure X39 
Harold J. and Ann Schriver 
T Theodore '61 and 

Kalhy Smith x'62 Schultz 
Gary R. Seiferl '67 
Harry and June Seifert 
John P Senko '31 
Shaffer & Son Insurance Agency 
Marian L. Shatto '67 
Paul C. Shatto, Jr '41 
Margaret Roush Shekletski '37 
Stanley R. Shilling '57 
Ralph G. x'40 and 

Ruth Derstine x'39 Shobert 
Keith A. '81 and 

Beth Nacinovich '82 Shuey 
Sally Baskin Snauffer '64 
Harry L. and Betty Snook 
Jill Fuller Snyder '58 



George D. and Rose Snyder 
Victor J. Sobolewski III '79 
Sogi and Alice Soder 
Robert O. and Violet Soper 
George A. '29 and Gertrude 

Arbogast '29 (deceased) Spaid 
Jacob M. Spangler '52 
John H. '62 and 

Linda Leach '63 Spillman 
Richard D. Spotts '68 
Roy E. Stah! '49 
Garrett L. Stauffer '70 
David C. Steffen '69 
John R. '51 and 

Lois Gordon '52 Steiger 
William G. Straus '65 
Herman G. Stuempfle '45 
William E. Sullivan '35 
James W. '64 and 

Barbara Evans '65 Summers 
Reuben T. Swanson hc'81 
Louis A. Szabo '54 
Wayne and Shirley Talhelm 
Mr and Mrs. George R.F Tamke 
Thomas N. Taylor '65 
Textron, Inc. 
Lori E. Thomas '78 
Maxine Lentz Thumser '67 
Anne Stern Tilley '79 
Stephen T Toy '61 
Dorothy Turner '36 
Allan R. and Virginia Turner 
Frederick D. Ullman 
United Telephone System 
Larry W. Updegrove '60 
Mary Lehman Van Dyke '51 
Louis G. Van Gilder '75 
Dennis L. '68 and 

Margaret Orth '66 Van Name 
Shirley Jones Vincent '69 



David G. Volk '52 

Mary Fox Wagenseller '37 

Essex Botsford Wagner '28 

Paul Walser x'65 

Franklin E. Warren 

Ira A. Wasserberg '47 

Edward K. Watkins '75 

Howard H. and Martha Weaner 

Luther Weaver Jr '26 

George F Weidle 

Mr and Mrs. John B. Weiss 

Erhard O. Werner '57 

Dorothy Shiffer Wesner '81 

Brenda Overcash West '76 

Karl E. Westerville '65 

Richard L. Wetzel '50 

Jarl R. Weyant '74 

Dan A. and Sally Wheaton 

David N. and Judie Wiley 

Freeman Wilhour '25 

Dorothy G. Wilson 

Richard J. and Gayle Wilson 

Larry A. Wingard '60 

Gene Witiak '59 

Kermit D. Witmer '32 

WKOK 

Michael J. Wolf '69 

Vaughn A, '67 and Sandra J. Wolf 

WYGL 

John and Barbara Yago, Jr 

Suzanne Yenchko '68 

Carl C. Yingling '72 

Robert and Sandra Young 

Feme Lauver Zeigler '43 

Mr and Mrs. John F Zeller 

Christie Zimmerman '25 

Philip S. Zofrea '80 

Louis and Doris Zucca, Jr 




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DONOR REPORT 

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Alumni Contributors 



X through 1919 

Class Agent: 

Marion Mcyyer Potteiger 
SUF: $920.00 
NEH:$ 75.00 

X 

Virginia Payne 

CLASS OF 1915 

Nathaniel A. Danowsky 

CLASS OF 1917 

Phoebe Herman 
IVIarion Moyer Potteiger 
Francis R. Remaly 

CLASS OF 1918 

Lulu Fetterolf Harman 
Helen Fetterolf Riden 

CLASS OF 1919 

Willard D. Allbeck 
Charlotte Weaver Gassier 
Helen Salem Wescoat 

CLASSES Of 1920 
through 1925 

Class Agent: John W. Bittinger 
SUF: $5,875.00 
NEH;$ 587.50 

CLASS OF 1920 

Ernest B. Gassier 
John H. Keller 
Paul G. Winey 

CLASS OF 1921 

Walter N. Bryan 
Yvonne Everest Harmon 
Maria Romig Huntington 
R. Burns Rearick 

CLASS OF 1922 

Luther A, Fisher 
Alma L. Long 
George W. Townsend 

CLASS OF 1923 

Reide E. Bingaman 
John W. Bittinger 
Stella Risser Gole 
Marlyn Fetterolf 
Glenn W. Fouike 
Harold R, Ruhl 
Peron W. Snyder 

CLASS OF 1924 

Grace Barnett Bastian 
l\/largaret Widlund Blough 
Claude A Buss 
W. John Derr 
IVIabel Kinsey Fetterolf 
Hilda Bohner Lutz 
l\/label Mumma IVIcClain 
Helen J, Rearick 
Ruth Welker Schwartz 
Ruth Bond Steininger 
Emily VanDyke 
Rachel Brubaker Whited 

CLASS OF 1925 

Harley H. Barnes 

Laura Henninger Boyer 

Marlin M, Enders 

Grace Hetfelfinger Ferguson 

Robert J. Keeler 



Alda L. Long 
Guy M. Lubold 
Catherine Fopeano l\/larchetti 
Ruth Gaugler Sanders 
Harry E. Steffen 
Sara Kenker Weist 
Freeman Wilhour 
Christie Zimmerman 



CLASSES OF 1926 
and 1927 

Class Agent: Lee E. Boyer 
SUF: $1,790.00 
NEH:$ 492.50 

CLASS OF 1926 

Floyd L. Adams 

Lee E. Boyer 

Grace Stohler Bressler 

Margaret Schmiermund Bruce 

Percy B. Davis 

Ethel Peters Geedy 

Raymond O. Gilbert 

Orville B. Landis 

Lester B. Lutz 

Martha Larson Martin 

Catherine Beachley Middleswarth 

Anna M. Norwat 

Dorothy W. Reeder 

Gere L. Sharretts 

W. Alfred Streamer 

Ethel V. Taylor 

Luther Weaver 

CLASS OF 1927 

Ruth J. Brubaker 
Elsie Chenoweth Eby 
Delsey Morris Gross 
Zelda F Haus 
Harriet Dietrich Jessup 
Anna Brosious Klinedinst 
Grace Beckley Kramer 
John F. Lewis 
Ethan A. Miller 
Wendell H. Phillips 
Florence Haupt Sharretts 
M. Thelma Taylor 
Gertrude V Walker 
Brooks L. Walton 
Bert E. Wynn 



CLASSES OF 1928 
and 1929 

Class Agent: William O Roberts 
SUF: $5,453.88 
NEH:$ 171.00 

CLASS OF 1928 

Richard Baxter 
Naomi Fogel Bennett 
Margaret H- Buyers 
Kenneth M. Cassell 
Dorothy Rothermel Chaffee 
Edwin O Constable 
Harold F Doebler 
Clarence B. Eichman 
Elizabeth M, Fisher 
H. Ruth Folkmann 
Dorothy Gotf 
Heber H, Hummel 
Walter S, Ide 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel 
Lillian Fisher Long 
Paul B. Lucas 



Mary Weimer Motfitt 
Kathryne Kull Reitf 
Marvin W. Schlegel 
Laentena McCahan Shelley 
Carl G. Smith 
Sara Seal Stauffer 
Essex Botsford Wagner 

CLASS OF 1929 

Jane Park Ashburner 
Kathryn V. Bastian 
George E. Beam 
Ruth G, Beck 
Anna Moyer Bohn 
Rebecca Foster Burtnette 
Eleanor Goons Grouse 
Robert W. Grouse 
Lee S, Deppen 
William H. Dreibelbis 
Freida Dreese Dunkle 
Nancy Lecrone Fay 
Charles E. Fisher 
Helen Carter Gehret 
Gertrude Fisher Jones 
Rose Gumbert Krape 
Zelda Newman Lipshultz 
Dorothy Wassell Matthews 
Raymond O. Rhine 
William 0. Roberts 
Harry P Shaffer 
Russell T Shilling 
George A. Spaid 
Gertrude Abrogast Spaid 
Horace W. Vought 



CLASS OF 1930 

Class Agent: 

Wellington P. Hartman 
SUF: $2,985.00 
NEH:$ 350.00 

Paul M. Bishop 
Dorothy Strine Bowers 
Edna Tressler Conrad 
Frances Thomas Davis 
Wilda K. Fey 
Sherman E. Good 
Wilfred K. Groce. Sr 
Wellington Hartman 
Leolin O. Hayes 
Henry G. Hoffman 
Agnes McMullen Johnson 
Daniel H. Kwasnoski 
J. Richard Mattern 
Lillian Kordes McCormick 
Janet Dively Morgan 
Ruth Goff Nicodemus 
John S. Rhine 
Simon B. Rhoads 
William Routzahn 
Mildred Arbegast Speer 
John H, Wall 
Benjamin H, Wirt 
Kathryn Morning Ziegler 



CLASS OF 1931 

Class Agent: Paul W. Hartline 
SUF: $3,640.00 
NEH:$ 340.00 

H. Vernon Blough 
Norman H- Brought 
Walter L. Burford 
Alma Bowersox Clark 
Martha Laudensalger Davis 
Signe Alford Davis 



Lawrence C. Fisher 
Frank G. Gill 
Alma Weaver Griesemer 
Paul M. Haines 
Paul W. Hartline 
Arlene Laudenslager Hatton 
Sara Rhoads Hauser 
William S. Hermann 
Margaret Hoflmesiter Hess 
Leone Holyzapple Hogue 
Miriam Keim Kolle 
Charles E. Kroeck 
L. Howard Lukehart 
Mary Garlin McAvey 
Julia Morgan McGloskey 
Helene Grapski Miskiel 
Dorothy Leisher Neely 
Inez Sarver Parker 
Ruth Maurey Quinter 
Michael Rudowski 
Ethlynne Miller Schultz 
John P. Senko 
Charles J. Shearer 
Dorothy Turnbach Stickney 
Nellie Shue Vondorster 



CLASS OF 1932 

Class Agent: 

Martha Gessner Anderson 
SUF: $3,185.00 
NEH:$ 305.00 

Kenneth R. Anderson 
Margaret Markle Artley 
Glenroy H. Bishop 
James H. Brubaker 
Margaret Clelland 
Mary Potter Copp 
Thelma E. Crebs 
Janet Leitzel Fairchild 
Herman R. Fenstermacher 
Margaret E. Fink 
Lewis R. Fox 
Gerhard F Kern 
John Kindsvatter 
Andrew V. Kozak 
Elizabeth Phillips Lahr 
Arline Kanyuck Lerda 
Frank Malasky 
B. Ray Minich 
Dorothy Forcey Fletcher 
J. Robert Reeder 
Harriett Leese Rosenquist 
Grace Minnig Schell 
Reed Speer 
John C. Stolz 
Walter Strandquest 
Edna Williamson Wilkinson 
Arthur E. Wilmarth 
Kermil D. Witmer 
Eleanor Sheriff Wolf 



CLASS OF 1933 

Class Agent: Fred L. Carl 
SUF: $3,145.00 

Beatrice Gemtzler Armold 
Charles W. Boyer 
Grace C Boyle 
Hughes D. Brininger 
Margaret Benner Burns 
Fred L. Carl 
Mabel Fultz Ghilcott 
Leila Koons Fisher 



Quinto W. Gionta 

Martin A. Graykowskie 

Mary Z Lahaza 

Josephine Hoy Lamb 

Margaret Ide Maguire 

Estelle Pearl Marcuse 

Robert L. McGeehan 

Mae MacDonald McGroarty 

Walter G Metzger 

E Dorothea Meyer 

John W. Meyers 

William E. Royer 

John A. Schoffstall. Sr 

Sarah C. Shaulis 

Flora Ellmore Shilling 

Diana Lizdas Snyder 

Mildred Griesemer Snyder 

J Donald Steele 

Paul R. Swank 

William R. Swarm 

Amelia Krapf Williams 

Bruce Worthington 

Marian Walborn Worthington 



CLASS OF 1934 

Class Agent: Harold L. Rowe 
SUF: $6,610.00 
NEH:$ 130.00 

Beatrice Shively Aumiller 
Josephine Pifer Bleakley 
James A, Bonsall 
Edwin M, Clapper 
Audra Martz Etzweiler 
Ruth Plummer Fagan 
Madeline Steininger Hermann 
Earnest W, Huston 
Aberdeen Phillips Hutchison 
D. Edgar Hutchison 
Isabella Horn Klick 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch 
Frances Kline Macpherson 
Daniel T McKelvey 
Eleanor Brown Miller 
William S, Morrow 
Pauline Grow Mount 
Emma V Orlando 
Kathryn Jarret Rhoads 
Lee D. Rishel 
Harold L. Rowe 
Robert R Sala 
H. Blanche Savidge 
Jerauld M. Schlegel 
Mary E. Spiggle 
Lloyd M. Swartz 
Sara Ulrich Tollmger 
Albin L. Zimlicki 



CLASS OF 1935 

SUF: $2,985.00 

Kenneth R. Anderson 

Louise Mehring Bankert 

Robert R, Clark 

Mary A. Grossman 

Dorothy C Eastep 

Ralph C. Geigle 

Donald K. Henry 

Hilda Mickey Johnson 

Richard F Krear 

Dorothy Leese Lamb 

Frances Hubler Nuernberg 

Alma Myers Saetre 

Elizabeth Haidacher Sanderson 



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DONOR REPORT 

10 



Mary Griesemer Searer 
Erie I. Shobert II 
William E. Sullivan 
Mary Patterson Yeager 



CLASS OF 1936 

Class Agent: James Grossman 
SUF: S140.00 
Paid to Class of 1936 
Scholarship Fund: $30,017.00 

Stephen Azary 

Natalie Pritchard Bailey 

Gwendolyn Schlegal Cramer 

Clarence W. Farley 

Charles L. Fasold 

Kathryn Weber Finkbiner 

Lester S, Greider 

Grace Drem Greninger 

James A Grossman 

Jerome V. Guss, Sr. 

Janet Earhart Harkms 

Paul E. Harlman 

Albert Hess 

Horace M. Hutchison 

Pearl M. Kaler 

Ruth Williamson Kelly 

Alice Smith Loope 

Ernst Mahr 

John H. Naegeli 

Rose Runk Perry 

George E. Phillips 

Mary Landon Russell 

Ralph I. Shockey 

Marcella Chaya Turnbach 

Dorothy Turner 

Anna Mease Wagner 

Walter Wasilewski 

Julius Weinberger 



CLASS OF 1937 

SUF: $2,645.00 
NEH:$ 250.00 

Oren N. Benner 
Donald A. Gaver 
Francis R. Gelnett 
Mary Scott Gumpher 
Roberta Held Harmon 
Newton E. Hess 
Arlene Marshall lorio 
Lester J. Karschner 
Mary Richard Knight 
J. Chester Long 
Elsie Myers 

Frances Smith Novinger 
E Raymond Shaheen 
Margaret Roush Shekletski 
David A. Shellenberger 
Helen Wentzel Spitzner 
Helen Gundrom Sprout 
T. Luke Toomey 
Mary Barnes Topper 
Dorothy Savidge Troutman 
Mary Fox Wagenseller 



CLASS OF 1938 

Class Agent: John Rakshys 
SUF: $3,270.00 
NEH:S 125.00 

Gladys Telleen Ahrenholz 



Robert A, Boyer 
Margaret Boyle Brown 
Ethel Ramer Coulter 
Helen Hisdorf Dauberman 
Mary Heim Davey 
Richard E- Ditzler 
W- Morgan Edwards 
Reed A Greninger 
Mark R. Guthrie 
Karl M, Herr 
Ruth Jones Hershey 
Martha Bolig Hess 
Jean Reinhart Hodgdon 
Esther Yingling Kern 
George J. Kimmel 
Ray W. Kline 
Karl E. Kniseley 
Herbert C. Lauver 
Esther Kaufman Lucas 
Mary Jarrett Newland 
John H. Paul 
Vernon R. Phillips 
John Rakshys 
Caroline Grubb Reisinger 
Peter Shuly 
Verlin H. Smalts 
Harry C. Swope 
Elizabeth Fry Vogel 
Kent L. Worthington 



CLASS OF 1939 

Class Agent: Robert M. Bastress 
SUF: $3,005.00 

William P. Ayers 

Verna Gayman Baldwin 

Robert M. Bastress 

Leroy K. Beachel 

Jean B. Beamenderfer 

Harold H. Benion 

Miriam Miller Coryell 

Lenora Spotts Guthrie 

Marjorie Curtis Hanson 

Robert L, Herr 

John R. Knaul 

Isabel Tewkesbury Laudenslager 

W. Frank Laudenslayer 

Kathryn R. Meyer 

Paul D. Ochenrider 

Stephen W Owen II 

Gladys Wentzel Phillips 

Mathilda Neudoerffer Powell 

Florence Jumper Remaly 

Martha Klinger Riegel 

R. Harold Saunders 

M. Jane Schnure 

Ruth Derstine Shobert 

Shirley Finkbeiner Stehlin 

Martha Engle Sweetser 

Eleanor Saveri Wise 



CLASS OF 1940 

Class Agent: William H. Gehron 
SUF: $5,092.50 
NEH:$ 10.00 

Hester Bittinger Ayers 
Elizabeth J. Barnhart 
John D. Bice 
Paul D. Coleman 
Madalene Hayes Conner 
David Coren 

Helen Musselman Dobbie 
Edward E. Eisenhart 



Fern Zechman Ferster 
Robert A, Gabrenya 
William H. Gehron 
John G. Gensel 
Ethel Straesser Gilbert 
J. Leon Haines 
Anna Reeder Heimbach 
John W. Hoffman 
Richard S. Hummel 
Dorothy Shutt Kimmel 
Naomi Bingamin Kinney 
Florence Lamdback Latsha 
Florence Rothermel Latsha 
Janet A. Long 
Charles R. Loss 
William L. Mease 
Helen Wright Mosebey 
William E. Nye 
Paul M. Orso 
James Pearce 
Mary Mack Pendered 
Robert G. Sander 
Hilda Friederich Schadel 
Frederick B. Schmidt 
Ralph G. Shobert 
Earner S. Swartz 
Grace Fries Waller 
Virginia Mann Wolven 



CLASS OF 1941 

Class Agent: Mary Yoder Jones 
SUF: $4,542.50 

Katherine Diettrle Benion 
Elsie Hochella Bittoil 
Florence Reitz Brenneman 
Joseph F. Campana 
Samuel S, Fletcher 
Eleanor Smith Haas 
Marion Boyer Harvey 
Warren C. Herrold 
Elaine Miller Hunt 
Mary Yoder Jones 
Jane Hutchinson Kaempfer 
Dorothy Artz Kepler 
Margaret Dunkle Kniseley 
Leon E Krouse 
Thomas W. Lewis 
William D. May 
Melissa Smoot Phillips 
Douglas A. Portzline 
John P Powell 
Willard H. Schadel 
Jane Wormley Shaffer 
Ruth Naylor Shaffer 
Paul C. Shatto, Jr. 
Robert Updegrove 
Kenneth E. Wilt 



CLASS OF 1942 

Class Agent: 

Blanche Forney Rogers 
SUF: $4,267.89 
NEH:$ 158.00 

Charles A. Bailey 
Stanley Baxter 
Mildred E. Bittner 
Fred O. Brubaker 
Janet Shockey Einstein 
Ray M. Fulmer 
Lila Barnes Guth 
Melvin E. Haas 
Forrest F Heckert 



Jean Fenner Helm 
June Hendricks Hoke 
Mai^Lee Krumbholz Hoover 
Martin Hopkins 
John D, Ickes 
August T. Kaufman, Jr. 
Albert C. Knapp 
Lois Schweitzer Lane 
Paul A. Lantz 
June Snyder Lucas 
William H. Mitman 
Gertrude Fetzer Pardoe 
Nancy Greisemer Reifsnyder 
Delphine Hoover Reitz 
Kathe Hanson Roberts 
Blanche Forney Rogers 
Edward S. Rogers 
Betty Malone Sharkey 
Chester J. Shusta 
Eugene L. Smith 
Philip R. Templin 
Ruth Schwenk Wahl 
Jean Warner Waidelich 
Irma Bauman Wegst 
A. Maxine Heefner Wos 



CLASS OF 1943 

Class Agent: Ruth E. McCorkill 
SUF: $5,227.50 
NEH: $1,000.00 

Helen Murray Carper 
Howard W. Dye 
Ethel Knitfin Flannery 
James W. Hall 
John C. Helm 

Dorothy Dellecker Hochstuhl 
Herbert H. Holderman 
Lawrence M. Isaacs 
Mary Kresge Jones 
Frederic G, MacQuesten, Jr. 
Ruth E. McCorkill 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune 
Doris Welch Mitman 
Earl Mohney, Jr. 
Eleanor Lyons Roos 
Dorothy Webber Smith 
Ruth Billow Spooner 
Emagean Pensyl Whitmoyer 
Eileen Boone Winter 
Feme Lauver Zeigler 
John Zubak 



CLASS OF 1944 

Class Agent: Ethel Wilson 
Kerschner 
SUF: $2,475.00 
NEH:$ 150.00 

Susan Goyne Amedow 
Frank S. Atlinger 
H. Jean H. Brooks 
Mary Rudy Clark 
Phyllis Wolfe Englert 
Wilmer H. Grimm 
Margaret Gemmill Janson 
William A. Janson 
Ethel Wilson Kerschner 
Jean Renter Kolb 
Janet Hoke Reitf 
Raymond R Schramm 
Helen Mocker Schueler 
E. Jane Stiff 
Jean Buffington Sunday 
Catherine Byrod Whitman 



Joseph J. Wos 



CLASS OF 1945 

Class Agent: 

Corinne Kahn Kramer 
SUF: $4,105.00 
NEH:$ 202.50 

Elizabeth Stone Becker 
Ira R Bradford 
Mary Moyer Bringman 
Jean Kinser Brinser 
Marian Willard Dowlin 
Audrey Dodge Gensel 
Doris Eschrich Hammer 
Louise Kresge Isaacs 
Corrine Kahn Kramer 
Celo V Leitzel 
Joyce Jenkins McClure 
Edna McVicker 
Herman G. Stuempfle 
Robert W. Surplus 



CLASS OF 1946 

SUF: $1,780.00 
NEH:$ 25.00 

Ruthe Garman Brouk 
James R. Clark 
Jane Malkames Gray 
Jean Strausser Green 
Ruth Cochrane Hall 
Virginia Hallock 
Charlotte Smith Harrison 
Marie Klick Hodick 
Donald R. Leach 
Gloria Gasporoli Leto 
Betty Herr McKelvey 
Marjorie Barton Myers 
Janet Rohrbach Robinson 
Jean Wheat Schramm 
C. Glenn Schueler 
Dorothy Sternal Thomas 
Rine G. Winey. Jr 



CLASS OF 1947 

Class Agent: Mary Lizzio Govekar 
SUF: $3,715.00 
NEH:$ 125.00 

Donald R, Bashore 
Emily Leiby Biddle 
Ferdinand Bongartz 
W. Robert Camerer, Jr. 
Frank C. Corcoran 
John C.S. Crosbie 
Mary Lizzio Govekar 
Raymond Hochstuhl 
Lenore Garman Horner 
Nancy Myers Landis 
James S. Milford 
Richard D. Moglia 
Ongkar Narayan 
Leah Cryder Oberheim 
Alan Parcells 
John M. Reichard 
Evelyn Wilhour Reitz 
George E Riegel III 
William B. Rothenberg 
Louise H. Schlick 
Ira A. Wasserberg 
Gayle Clark Weigle 
Adah A. Wolfe 
Naomi Day Wood 



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DONOR REPORT 

11 




CLASS OF 1948 

Class Agent: Robert F. Wohlsen 
SUF: $2,897.50 

Dawn Ebert Bergslresser 
John B. Bergstresser 
Marlin R. Bollinger 
Dale M. Bringman 
Harry W, Butts 
Virginia Doss Butts 
Gaynelle Waginer Cotnpton 
Donald R. Cosgrove 
Gloria Walmer Coursey 
Aloysius v. Derr 
Harry S. Flickinger 
Dorothy Eilhardt Gundrum 
Eugene H. Gundrum 
H. Lee Hebel 

Caroline Graybill Heimberger 
Carl L, Herman 
James R Howell 
Donald A. King 
Harold R. Kramer 
Gloria Reichley Krug 
Gertrude Roberts Lindemann 
Richard W Lindemann 
Kenneth D. Loss 
William H, McClure 
Harriet Gould Mertz 
Allan B. Packman 
Donald P- Rohrbach 
Lois Dauberman Schultz 



Augustus V. Tietbohl 
Virginia Walker Turner 
Ann Gibson Ulsh 
Jean Kelton Weber 
Robert E. Winter 
Robert F. Wohlsen 
Martha Garnard Yocum 
Frank A. Zeidler 



CLASS OF 1949 

Class Agent: Betsy Hill Clark 
SUF: $5,528.38 
NEH:$ 585.00 

Donald L Adams 

Douglas E. Arthur 

Elaine Williams Barner 

Walter C. Beck 

Paul R. Bingaman 

Betsy Hill Clark 

Muriel Phillips Conway 

Phyllis Swartz Derr 

John G. Devine 

Donald Fosselman 

Frances Savidge Foster 

Doris Wanbaugh Goetz 

Robert L. Goetz 

Norman L, Gray 

Irma Strawbridge Hallenbeck 

Mary Jane Jessen Hansen 

Edith Wegner Hebel 

Ruth Lorrah Henry 



Marjorie McHenry Hess 

Mary Getsinger Homan 

Nancy Everett Hoover 

Robert S. Hoover 

Harry R. Johnston 

Marjorie Hutchinson Kepner 

Maude Jones Koch 

Elwood M. McAllister 

John R. Mertz 

Kenneth M. Merz 

Charles A. Morris 

Winifred Myers O'Dell 

Kenneth D. Orr 

Palmer W. Otto 

Margaret Latta Outerbridge 

Warren S. Outerbridge 

James B. Peters 

William L. Plock 
William H, Poust, Jr. 
Ella Featherolf Raup 
James B. Reilly 
Ruth Klinger Reisenweaver 
M. Helen Smith Sanders 
Nevin C.T Shaffer 
Lawrence M. Smith 
Ruth Buffington Smith 
Jean Matthews Sporborg 
Roy E. Stahl 
Gabriella Speyer Thorp 
Mary Davison Venner 
Erma Bonawitz Warnes 
John H. Wright, Jr. 
Maynard N. Zerbe 

CLASS OF 1950 

Class Agent: 

Richard G. Westervelt 
SUF: $7,595.00 
NEH: $1,594.00 

H. Daniel Beigh, Jr 
Robert L. Block 
Lillian Hoover Bloomquist 
Shirley Nicklin Bogdanffy 
Shirley Showalter Boyer 
Paul B. Buehler 
Virginia Blough Buehler 
John H. Buffington 
Maria Shelter Bull 
Robert L. Caldwell 
Barbara Watkins Clark 
Theodore H. Clark 
Donald R, Davis 
Ray E. Fleming 
John Gow III 
Harold S. Greenly 
Charles H, Grund 
Paul R. Haffly 
Alvin R. Henderson 
Roger C. Howling 
Frances Roush Kovacic 
Raymond C. Lauver 
Everett M, Manning 
Jena Kahler Manning 
Jean Rothermell Miller 
Albert P. Molinaro, Jr, 
Louise Siemers Molinaro 
Jean Penman Moyer 
Marvin R. Moyer 
Mary Sarba Non/vood 
Edward F Pfeiffer 
George W. Phillips 
John A, Reuther 
Robert E, Ricedorf 
James O Rumbaugh 
Barbara Lease Safer 



Louis F Santangelo. Jr. 
Janet Wolf Statler 
Jack M. Thorp 
Franklin T. Ulman 
Paul A. Wagner 
Barbara S. Welliver 
Richard G. Westervelt 
Richard L. Wetzel 
Barbara Anderson Wilson 
Donald E. Wissinger 



CLASS OF 1951 

Class Agent: John R. Steiger 
SUF: $3,280.00 
NEH:$ 512.50 

Ben C. Alter 

Mary Snyder Barber 

Mary Lou Slater Barron 

June Klingler Biglieri 

Marsh C. Bogar 

Hazel Brobst Brown 

Jack A. Brown 

Lyn Bailey D'Alessandro 

Alice Yonghaus Davenport 

Nelda Shafer Davis 

Jean Hill Delsite 

W. Donald Fisher 

William J. Foster 

Lois Seybrecht Grund 

Jeanne Attinger Hassinger 

Robert J. Henninger 

Janice Arner Himmelman 

Jean McDonald Joyce 

Gardiner Marek 

Jean Vanvoorhis McAndrew 

Gerald E. Moorhead 

Robert R. Patterson 

Robert A. Pittello 

Martha Albert Putnam 

Marilyn Beers Reilly 

Roy E. Reneker 

Roland R. Rosetti 

Merrill W. Shafer 

Carolyn McCahan Sheaffer 

William R. Smeltz 

John R. Steiger 

Jesse Stone 

Charles R. Ulsh 

Mary Lehman Van Dyke 

Flora Barnhart Wissinger 

Fancher E. Wolfe 



CLASS OF 1952 

Class Agent: 

Elmer R. Baumgardner 
SUF: $3,968.00 
NEH:$ 275.00 

Elinor Tyson Aurand 
Barbara Barnhart Bacher 
Elmer R, Baumgardner 
Donald C. Berninger 
Vincent E. Boyer 
Wilda Odenthal Brady 
Charles H. Carr 
Voylet Dietz Carr 
Frank V. Compton 
Gilbert O. Day. Jr. 
John E. Diehl 
Marilyn Kretz Fisher 
Patricia F Heathcote 
John Horoschak 
Bernice Jachem Howling 
W. Gordon Joyce 



Kay LaRue Lauver 
Faye R. Lewis 
Lorraine Rarick Liddington 
Don A. Linn 
Ethel McGrath Meola 
Betty Pearson Messner 
Howard A. Miller 
Clair S. Mitch 
James W Morris 
William E. Nyer 
Miriam Vogler Olson 
Samuel Porter 
Kathleen Schnerr Price 
Lois Renter 
Chester G. Rowe 
Jacob M. Spangler 
Lois Gordon Steiger 
John J. Takach 
Felix J. Torromeo 
David G. Volk 
G. Allan Vollmers 
Nancy Youhon 



CLASS OF 1953 

Class Agent: Lillian Wittington 

Roush 

SUF: $7,232.30 

NEH:$ 512.50 

Mary Brown Alter 
Harmon L. Andrews 
Richard L. Bidelspach 
Ruth Freed Bosch 
Marguerite Heffelfinger Budd 
Elizabeth Burnham Chase 
Joseph Condon 
Madaline Lease Cook 
William C Davenport 
Lorraine Lee Davis 
Pamela McKegg Doney 
R. Christine Harman Engle 
Donald H. Foelsch 
Lois Fisher Fredrickson 
V. Carl Gacono 
Audrey Wegner Horoschak 
Harvey P Jeffers 
Helen V. Jeffers 
Edward R Kopf 
Richard L. Kreitner 
Charles N. Mason, Jr. 
Caroline Rutherford Mason 
Bettie Winey Moorhead 
Paul R. Nestler, Jr. 
Mary Dixon Nyer 
Kenneth E. Orris 

A. John Perna 
Dorothy Apgar Ross 
Charles H. Roush 
Lillian Wittington Roush 
Jane Wehr Scott 
Charles B. Shamp 
James W. Shipton 
Charles A. Snyder 
Ernest R. Walker 
Margaret Zinda Weaver 

B. Joan Wiant Williamson 



CLASS OF 1954 

Class Agent: 

Marilyn Fetteroll Bowers 
SUF: $8,202.50 
NEH:$ 565.00 



Henry R. Albright 
Ned M. Arbogast 



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Marilyn Fetterolf Bowers 

William C. Church 

Bette Vincent Cooper 

Margaret Henderson Davenport 

Gilbert E, Davis 

James C. Dell 

John A. Duceman 

Nora Steinhards Galins 

John W. Gass 

Ronald F. Goodman 

Marlin V, Heffner 

Joanne L. Heinly 

Walter R. Henry 

Harold N- Johnson 

Shirley Thompson Khalouf 

Eleanor Borski King 

Edward E. Lamb, Jr 

Lucian Smith Leach 

George Liddington 

Graydon I. Lose 

Jane Cline Mickatavage 

Robert C. Mickatavage 

Rebecca Shade Mignot 

Charles A. Newcomer 

Ruth E. Osborn 

Alexander T Oshirak 

De Witt C. Reynolds 

Frank D. Richards 

Samuel D. Ross. Jr 

Theresa Dipersio Salani 

John H, Schraeder 

Arthur C, Stamfel 

Louis A. Szabo 

Shirley Still Torromeo 

Dorothy Sites Wagner 

Betty Weisenfluh Wallower 

Faye Kostenbauder Williamson 

Richard N. Young 



CLASS OF 1955 

Class Agent: 

Carlene Lamade Schock 
SUF: $2,003.06 
NEH:$ 95.00 

Walter C. Albert, Jr 
Margo Vought Attinger 
Bruce A. Bell 
Nancy Richards Benner 
Larry R. Bingaman 
Margaret Gordon Bonawitz 
Helen Williams Boyd 
Richard K, Boyd 
Kenneth F Erdley, Jr. 
James J. Gormley 
Helen Griffiths Hendry 
Lana Fegley Henry 
Daniel O, Hoy 
Harry F Kocher. Jr 
Carol Cornelius Lamb 
Richard McCarty 
Ruth Scott Nunn 
Jerome J. Purta 
Annabelle Thomas Rogers 
Carlene Lamade Schock 
Franklin G, Smith 
Nancy Hermann Snook 
William H. Vanderhoof 
Carl Winey 
C. William Ziegenfuss 



CLASS OF 1956 

Class Agent: Charles S. Bailes 
SUF: $2,217.50 
NEH:$ 97.50 

Charles S. Bailes 

Evelyn Herbstrith Baker 

Deborah Krapf Bell 

Nancy Kline Bradshaw 

Charlotte Meerbach Bunke 

John C, Bunke 

Carol Dauberman Chidsey 

Henry S. Cook 

William K. Doney 

Claire Rosengarten Dromgoole 

Charlotte Sandt Erdley 

Eleanor Dively Faven 

Maurice R- Feldman 

Marjorie Kostenbauder Finley 

Elsie Gruber Gormley 

Robert L. Hackenberg 

James L. Hill 

Ruth Brobst Johnson 

Winifred Bonsall Keiter 

Betsy Shirk Kirchner 

Clayton E. Leach, Jr 

Harry M. Leister, Jr 

Doris Moon Metcalf 

Mary Hildebrand Naugle 

Helene A. Nestler 

Jesse Newcomer III 

Anne Hepler Nichol 

George W. Orren. Jr 

Diane Degelleke Ottman 

Nedebiah H. Peck 

Donald M. Reamer 

Nancy McCullough Saborio 

Joanne Mummert Spangler 

Gene A. Stettler 

Sally Brown Sullivan 

Audrey Vollman Vanderhoof 

Elizabeth Ford Vandevander 

Janet Gerner Yeich 

John D Yeich 

CLASS OF 1957 

Class Agent: 

Lynn Hassinger Askew 
SUF: $2,544.25 
NEH: $ 75.00 

Lynn Hassinger Askew 
Jack K. Bishop 
Linda Youhon Collins 
Marion D, Drumheller 
Ronald E. Fouche 
Guy C. Frisk 
Jane Longenecker Grim 
Park H. Haussler 
John S. Hendricks 
Donald R. Henninger 
Dwight A. Huseman 
Clay L, Lorah 
Suzanne Beal McCarty 
Peter M. Nunn 
Nancy Forrest Peel 
George H. Pospisil 
Frank L. Romano 
Suzanne Wahl Schaeffer 
George F Schluchlerer 
Barbara Boob Shaffer 
Stanley R. Shilling 
Sandra Gilfillan Showalter 
Constance Hartman Solsky 
Dorothy Wardle Spencer 
Bessie G. Trate 
Patricia A. Walker 



Joan Raudenbush Wendel 
Erhard O. Werner 
Leroy B. Wolfe, Jr 
Nancy Marek Wolfe 

CLASS OF 1958 

Class Agent: 

Carolyn Gillaspie Snow 
SUF: $2,822.50 
NEH: $ 55.00 

Samuel S. Adams 

Janice Paul Arcidiacono 

Alan T Bonle 

Patricia Dawn Borlle 

Gary L. Crum 

Stanley E. Decamp 

Burden S. Faust 

Wade L. Hoffman 

Doris Keener Holcomb 

Vernon V Hoover 

Kay Kline Koch 

Alice Ann Patterson Leidel 

Dawn Douglas Liberman 

Gladys Lauver Luckenbaugh 

Lee E. Mackenn 

Nancy Bumbarger Peterson 

Janet Welch Richey 

Janet Gordon Rutz 

Wayne Rutz 

Nancy Lockett Savage 

Mary Moore Schatkowski 

Janis Quigley Schluchterer 

Edward C. Shore 

Beverly Cameron Snyder 

Jill Fuller Snyder 

Sara V. Troutman 

Harry D. Wagner 

Gail R. Weikel 

Gail Woolbert While 

Robert C. While 

CLASS OF 1959 

Class Agent: Jack £ Cisney 
SUF: $1,882.00 

Ronald G. Aller 
Robert M. Anderson 
Lois Kohl Badgley 
John T Baskin 
Julie Stauffer Bender 
Nancy Kendall Boyle 
Lester L. Brubaker 
Carol Royer Caddell 
Carl R, Catherman 
Jack E. Cisney 
Robert L. Fiscus 
Gerald 0. Fletcher 
Beverly Hofecker Frederick 
Margaret Brubaker Gray 
Margaret Pattyson Greene 
Denece Newhard Haussler 
Mary Davis Heisey 
Barbara Tongue Herold 
Carl A. Horsfield 
Janis Aadam John 
Nancy Eiserman Kelly 
Patricia A. Klase 
Russell L. McTague 
Russell P Mertz 
Gladys Ransom Michel 
Susan Lehman Northrup 
Eleanor K. Pourron 
Sidney F Richard 
Lester E. Rudisill 
Mary Overly Ruth 
Marian Bowman Schrock 



Janet Rohrbach Showers 
Joyce Hancock Stauffer 
Joan Bittinger Weber 
Gene Witiak 
Clyde H. Wood 

CLASS OF 1960 

Class Agent: Donald E. Coleman 
SUF: $2,412.50 
NEH:$ 57.50 

Richard C. Albright 
Barry B. Bealor 
Nancy Phillips Bealor 
Donald E. Coleman 
Katherine Wagner Colucci 
Carolyn Shryrock Conrad 
Mary A. Crawford 
David J. Diehl 
Brian Donley 
William A. Elmer 
Michael F. Fahey, Jr 
Helen Harding Ferraro 
Ralph W. Ferraro 
Frances Wirt Fisher 
Donald M. Gray 
Gary A. Hackenberg 
C. Edward Ruber 
Sandra Kimmel Huseman 
Amos G. Kunkle, Jr 
Ella Kock Kunkle 
Jane Sanders Lehmer 
James R. Middleswarth 
Stephanie Haase Moore 
Patricia Campbell Pelkey 
Joyce Arnold Post 
Harry L. Powers 
Richard Reichard 
Susan Apgar Roberts 
Allen I. Rowe 
Cleone Hohman Rudisill 
Denny R. Shank 
June Nonnemacher Shank 
Nancy Sierer Showalter 
Carlton B. Smith 
James D. Strausser 
George N. Swann 
Jean Wenk Thurston 
Larry W. Updegrove 
Sara McCahan Williams 
Larry A. Wingard 
Virginia Alexander Yanchus 
John Yanuklis 
Sally Kehler Yates 

CLASS OF 1961 

Class Agent: Gary L. Moore 
SUF: $1,271.00 
NEH:$ 275.00 

Eugene F Alichwer 

Barbara Angle Aller 

Lee R. Conrad 

Gloria Albert Crum 

Donald R. Davis 

Nancy A. Davis 

Richard E. Derrick 

Linda Traub Fiscus 

Thomas P Helvig 

Annamae Hockenbrock Horwhat 

Marlin A. Inch 

Thomas J. Keener 

Robert E- Leighty 

Linda K. Leonard 

Gary L, Moore 

George L. Moore 

Sandra Brandt Richard 



T Theodore Schultz 

Jack Snider 

Karen Goeringer Snider 

Janice Stahl Snyder 

Stephen T Toy 

Ann Hewes Yanuklis 

John Yanuklis 

CLASS OF 1962 

Class Agent: Robert A. Smith 
SUF: $3,568.90 
NEH:$ 862.50 

John E. Albright 

Bette Davis Alleman 

Elizabeth Hodges Bagger 

Bruce Banes 

Anne Ostheim Barnes 

Robert B. Bechtel 

Sarah Blaskovitz 

Judith A. Blee 

Judith A. Brndjar 

Gloria Graybill Brubaker 

Leslie R. Butler 

Philip M. Clark 

Ned S. Coates 

Norman A. Crickenberger 

David Curran 

Lois Miles Curtis 

Martha Menko Diehl 

Elizabeth Phillips Fairbanks 

William L. Fausey 

Fritz J, Fichtner, Jr 

Dorothy Kunkle Finn 

Ronald I. Foye 

Thomas L. Hanshaw 

Ronald C. Hardnock 

Sharon Martin Hemmer 

Carl H. Hitchner 

Phyllis Betz Johansen 

William H. Kahl 

Norman H. Lauer 

Thomas E. Leiby 

Joan Lawley Leighty 

Genevieve Anderson Long 

Maria Wernikowski Macfarlan 

Judith Arnold Mclntyre 

Dorothy Shomper McManus 

Jean Ewald Middleswarth 

Wayne H. Minami 

Terry L. Moll 

Francis A. Nace 

Gerald H. Porter 

Maureen Davenport Ries 

Kathy Smith Schultz 

Jacqueline Gantz Smith 

Robert A. Smith 

John H. Spillman 

Dorothy Hensel Swoboda 

Sandra Swab Testa 

Constance Leitner Trimble 

Susan E. Turnbach 

Alice Brown Wisor 

CLASS OF 1963 

Class Agent: Irene Etter Schmehl 
SUF: $4,380.92 
NEH:$ 345.00 

Cynthia Heist Alichwer 

Carol Gresh Black 

James C Black 

James A. Blessing 

Florence Olsen Brasser 

James J. Campbell 

F Thomas Casey 

Annette Campbell Crickenberger 



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Penelope Stamps Dagrossa 

Ann RIesmeyer Danner 

Terry J. Derk 

Harry B Dietrich 

Thomas C. Donlan 

Patricia Brownwell Dudley 

Patricia Estep Dysart 

Mary Beck Frank 

Darlene Strockbine Gallagher 

James R. Gallagher 

Sally Stephenson Gibney 

Pamela Terry Gordon 

Donna Robb Graybill 

Naomi Weaver Grondahl 

Linda Mack Heaton 

Carol Cairns Henry 

Joseph W. Herb 

James H. Herrold 

Elwood B. Hippie, Jr. 

Glen B. Hosteller 

Lois Binnie Hunter 

George W. Kindon IV 

Jane Kump Kindon 

Joe W, Kleinbauer 

Sandra Dunkle Klolz 

Peler H. Kuebler 

Lynn E. Lerew 

Miriam Brown Markowilz 

Jane Schuyler Marriott 

Clark R Mosier 

Eileen Petlil Moll 

Carl M. Moyer 

Joseph P. Perfilio 

Marilyn VeKassy Perfilio 

James Perot 

Geraldine Webster Porler 

Kay M. Polls 

Cynlhia Hoffman Priest 

Joyce Lundy Rhodes 

Sue Houseworlh Rose 

Carol Shesler Rowe 

Richard E. Rowe 

Sonja Ernst Sampsell 

Thomas D. Samuel, Jr 

Anita Ruhling Sapp 

Irene Etier Schmehl 

Barbara Claffee Schumacher 

Lee A Shamory 

Mary Wealherlow Shelley 

Sandra K. Sholley 

Janet White Soto 

Linda Leach Spillman 

Biruta Aigars Strausser 

Roberf J Summer III 

Jean Petlicoffer Swann 

Jeannie Weathered Thompson 

Emily Patridge Trautmann 

Franklin G, Trenery, Jr 

Robert J. Tushinski 

Rudolph J. Van Der Hiel 

Nancy Hess Walker 

Kenneth Wiest 

Samuel R. Williams 

Dennis P. Woodruff 



CLASS OF 1964 

Class Agent: George A. Kirchner 
SUF: $5,450.50 
NEH:S 197.50 

Robert C. Aerni 

William O Andes III 

Alan Bachrach 

Margaret Bittles Baumgartner 

Peler Beiger 

Brian C. Bolig 



Eugene C. Boughner 
Paul H. Bowman 
Larry D. Brenneman 
Donna L. Brown 
Frederick D. Brown 
Doris Hoffman Casey 
Lynn Pfister Cudin 
Karen Frable Donald 
Barbara Sugg Forry 
Warren W. Gass 
William A. Gerkens 
Kenneth E. Gordon 
Albert W. Grondahl 
Judith Bollinger Gruber 
Robert G. Gundaker 
Robert B. Hancock 
Sarah E. Hannum 
George E Harris IV 
Fred R. Hauser 
Sondra Gilfert Hayhurst 
Eleanor L. Heishman 
Fred G. Hershey 
Lynda Boyer Hoffman 
Harvey A. Horowitz 
Richard E. Howe, Jr. 
Alfred W. Jacobs, Jr 
Earl R. Jacobus 
William B. Jones 
Lawrence S. Kachelriess, Jr 
Grace Simington Karschner 
P. Wayne Kauffman 
John F. Kaufman 
Alan L. Kiel 
George A. Kirchner 
Lori Border Kissinger 
Judith Rothermel Kosterlitz 
Kenneth E. Kratzer 
Judith Tuma Kuebler 
Barbara Stockalis Labanosky 
William E. Lindsay 
Barry I, Markowilz 
Dorothy Canfield Marshall 
Ralph J. Meyer 
Martha Sue Detjeb Moll 
George M. Mowers, Jr 
Arlene Roberts O'Hara 
Joseph O'Hara 
Louis D. O'Neil 
Carol Wallding Osadchey 
Linford G. Overholt 
Samuel A Padula, Jr. 
Paul J. M. Pavlishin 
Bruce T Sabin 
James F Sandahl 
Clark B. Schenck, Jr. 
David J. Schumacher 
Richard A, Seaks 
Susan Chapman Seaks 
Linda Romig Shea 
Pamela Y. Silar 
Robert Y. Silar 
Lawrence A. Skinner 
Sally Baskin Snauffer 
Joseph A. Snyder, Jr 
Ann Latimer Strate 
Nancy Zook Suloman 
Robert A. Suloman 
James W. Summers 
Judith Bartlett Verrasiro 
John M. Vought, Jr 
Marjorie Brandt Waltman 
H. Louise Hoch Watson 
Jeffrey R. Weichel 



CLASS OF 1965 

Class Agent: Carl L. Campbell 
SUF: $7,485.00 
NEH:$ 387.50 

James F App 
Dorothy Wooley Baron 
Susan Evans Beard 
Barry E. Bence 
Charles W. Borgerding 
Arthur F. Bowen 
Adele Breese 
Peter M. Buchheit 
Carl L. Campbell 
Michael C Carr 
Nancy Corson Carter 
Richard E. Caruso 
Bonnie Baum Castellion 
E. Lance Cave 
Lynne Richmond Cilli 
Linda Cole Conine 
Walton R. Cueman 
Lewis H. Darr 
Mary Snyder Davis 
Thomas E. Endres 
Paul W. Ernst 
Frances Ray Faylor 
George W. Fishel, Jr. 
Stephen Fleming 
Muriel Hartline Folk 
James A. Gibney 
Ronald D. Gilbert 
Helen Bachman Grimm 
Richard W. Hafer 
Robert K, Hamme 
Gary E. Hart 
Paul V. Harlman 
Cortland M. Hatfield 
Waller J. Henss 
H. Brentwood Henzel 
Harold J. Hershey 
Dolores Greenig Hiles 
R, Alexander B, Jervis 
Richard S. Karschner 
Lucinda Peterson Laufman 
Dawn Fife Kinard 
Carol Cox Kirchner 
Carol Ocker Kirk 
Peter D. Kirk 
Judith Bair Klinger 
Alan Krichev 
Bonnie Bell Krissinger 
Milton M. Kuhn 
Carolyn Tweed Leap 
Sally Schnure Lindsay 
Victoria S, Long 

E. Ann Gerding Lynch 
Maxine Lipkin Marple 
Meredith Wright Martin 
Milton H. Maslin, Jr 
Richard B, Meserole 

Edith Goodshall Messerschmidt 
Catherine Etier Miller 
Kathryn Neier Miller 
Wayne W. Miller 
Margaret Newton Muller 
Thomas L, Myers 
Robert M, Newbury 

F. David Pennypacker 
Susan C Petrie 
Edward J. Pokornicky 
Suzanne Tomasko Power 
Bonnie Bucks Reece 
Eric L- Reichley 

Daniel C. Remler 
Blair Hoover Revak 
David J. Revak 



Linda Cathcart Richards 
Leslie Bridgens Sabin 
Diane Norcross Samuel 
Marilyn Froelich Schmidt 
Steven L. Seitz 
Daniel R. Seyss 
John H. Shaw III 
William G. Straus 
Pamela Dick Streamer 
Barbara Evans Summers 
Thomas N. Taylor 
William A. Vogel 
Paul Walser 
Karl E. Westerville 
David M. Wilkinson 
Dennis Willman 
Christopher L. Winters 

CLASS OF 1966 

SUF: $4,583.50 
NEH:$ 210.00 

Mary E, Baird 
Larry D. Bashore 
Priscilla Clark Bashore 
Elizabeth Braun Beatlie 
Carol Viertel Beran 
Susan Bannister Boone 
Francis J. Brennan, Jr 
Newton Brosius 
Nancy Nelson Cane 
Judith Beery Carter 
Randolph A. Coleman 
Myrna Lee Corson 
Ann McAuliffe Darr 
Richard D. Davidson 
Sue C. Davis 
Holly Grove Delaney 
Marilyn E. Eck 
David L. Eyster 
Peter G. Eager 
Rhoads Reidell Fasano 
Georgia D Fegley 
Carol Wentzel Felix 
Wayne H. Fisher 
Linda Wertz Forster 
Carolyn German Fox 
Harold A. Freed 
Karen Smith Fry 
Larry A, Giesmann 
Ann Griffith Gilbert 
Christopher J. Gipe 
Margaret Lauver Harris 
0. Evan Hartenstine 
Genetle A. Henderson 
Lynn Burgee Henss 
Melinda Karns Hummel 
R. Peter Johnson 
Claudia Whitaker Keller 
Frederick W. Kelly 
Carol Shupe Keyser 
Donald S. King 
Ernest H. Kohlstruk 
Judith Hawk Lasley 
Judith McGowan Lattanzio 
Susann McAuliffe Lucas 
Robert J. Luth 
Edwin M. Market, Jr 
Jelson R McCleary 
Raymond L McColgan 
Joan L. Meisenhelter 
James R. Milne 
Sharon Riley Milne 
Joanne Drake Morris 
Kay Schucker Mundis 
Lawrence E. Mundis, Jr 
Margaret Jager Nance 



James H. Nash 
Barbara Reynolds Nelson 
David Newhart 
Ralph E. Purpur 
Nancy Elston Richardson 
John D Roberts 
William C. Schmidt 
Ellen Maddock Schukis 
Samuel A Slauffer 
Richard H. Streamer 
Margaret Oelkers Talbot 
Richard Talbot 
Gretchen Gochnour Thiele 
Gilbert Tietz 

Patricia Bradway Valentine 
Margaret Orth VanName 
Cheryl Spaulding Wright 
Lois Swartz Yingling 
Suzanne Springer Zeok 

CLASS OF 1967 

Class Agents: Richard and 

Rosentary Robinsor) Hough 
SUF: $4,178.25 
NEH:$ 720.00 

Susan Brumfield Ambacher 
James A. Anderson 
Marilyn Zannie Antunes 
J. Robert Arthur 
Eleanor Finnegan Ball 
Charles S. Bender II 
Clowie McClaughlin Bennett 
Ellen C. Bennett 
Franklyn M. Bergonzl 
C. Stephen Berkley 
Walter H, Biedermann 
Virginia M. Biniek 
F. Kent Bonney 
Bruce S. Brown 
Janet McAfee Brown 
Donna Ake Burkholder 
Ruth Gearhart Capolino 
Anthony J. Coslello 
Bonnie J. Cutler 
Karen Hardy De Laurier 
Shirley A. Dickau 
Dwight E. Dickensheets 
Cynthia Culp Fad 
Judith Lloyd Famous 
Joann Hiatt Fowler 
Robert B. Fowler 
Charles B. France 
Mary Drake Franco 
William J. Fry III 
Barry I. Gehring 
Carolyn Ruocco Grimes 
Penney Graham Gustafson 
Jennifer Jawley Hamme 
Barbara Mundy Hearn 
Donna Garver Henry 
Paula Woodruff Hill 
Richard R. Hough, Jr 
Rosemary Robinson Hough 
Linda Houdeshel Howard 
Barbara Kaufmann Huber 
Robert M, Jones 
David M, Kaplan 
Andrea Schumann Keim 
John D. Keim 
Dean R. Kennedy 
Richard C Kindig 
Linda Kaufmamm Kirby 
Dianne Gooderham Knorr 
Jeannelte Moyer Kowell 
Mary Clukey Krackow 
Billie Eby Kramer 



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Karen Rowe Kucharlk 
V. Diane Chrislensen Lacey 
William F. Livengood 
Diane Simmons Mann 
Bernard J. Manney, Jr. 
Thomas C. Maran 
Terry L. March 
Joan Buck Markley 
Frank D. Marsh 
Peter C. Marshall 
Gail Spory McPherson 
Carolyn Wahler Miller 
Kathryn Zwicker Miller 
Robert R. Miller 
Joyce Sabo Nash 
Diane Heller Nixon 
John A. Norton 
Richard W. Oelkers 
Marjorie Mack Pearson 
James R. Reaser 
Richard Roesler, Jr. 
Nancy Baker Rosen 
Kenneth Sausman, Jr. 
Gary R Seifert 
Marian L. Shatto 
Donna Zeiders Sheatter 
Margaret A. Shields 
Mary McCrea Spencer 
John J. Stankiewicz 
Maxine Lentz Thumser 
Richard S. Trestle 
Roger G. Van Deroef 
Eileen Worrell Vogel 
Arthur H. Walkley IV 
William H. Wiest 
Paul P Wild, Jr. 
Ronald W. Williams 
Richard S. Wolf 
Vaughn A. Wolf 
Ronald J, Yevitz 
William L Yingling 
William E. Zick 

CLASS OF 1968 

Class Agent: Kenneth R. Selinger 
SUF: $7,368.50 
NEH:$ 450.00 

Karalee Buttorff Ameel 
Dennis M. Baker 
Robert E. Ball, Jr. 
Peggy Gilbert Beck 
W. Dean Bickel 
David P. Bingaman 
Terry R. Bossert 
James E. Bowman, Jr. 
William R. Brower 
Albert W. Byrnes 
John Bzdil, Jr. 
Alison Townsend Carbaugh 
Sally Feitig Caruso 
Elizabeth Charles 
Samuel D. Clapper 
Gail Carter Demaine 
Nancy E. Dewsbury 
Marilyn Moritz Elam 
Constantine C. Exarchos 
Ruth A. Flanders 
Linda Woolbert Flindt 
Daniel M. Fornataro 
Robert E. Forse 
Wayne R. Gibson 
Sally Curnow Gilbert 
V. Shearman Gilreath III 
H. Donald Glaser, Jr 
Lester E. Goodman II 
Frank C. Grenoble, Jr. 



Janet Fowler Gray 
John R. Griffiths 
Willard M, Grimes III 
Robert W. Hadtield 
Richard S. Haines 
Jimmy H. Hall 
Samuel J. Halpern 
Linda Baehr Haught 
John Havas 

Barbara Brought Hernandez 
Maureen Thomas Herr 
Henry H. Herrington 
Ruth Seigfried Himmelberger 
Ann Sheppard Ivey 
Barry R. Jackson 
Denise Norton Jackson 
Catherine Strese Jarjisian 
Benjamin L. Jones 
Elizabeth Elmer Kaufmann 
Nancy Ziesch Kellogg 
Richard A. Kellogg 
Robert J. King 
Barbara A, Leonard 
William A. Lewis, Jr 
Joan Seabrook Linn 
Nicholas A. Lopardo 
Jerome E, Lynch 
Gary H. Manifold 
Ellen Biers Markle 
Leonard J. Marzano 
Marsha Tamke McHenry 
Charles H. McLeskey 
John A. Meyer 
Richard F Michael 
Karin I. Michelsen 
Thomas R. Milbrand 
Trudy Miller Miner 
Gerald J. Miskar 
Laura Scaife Moyer 
Dawn Grigg Mueller 
Kenneth A. Muller 
Johanna Sheese Murray 
Barbara Smith Norton 
Donald P Orso 
Mary Ann Carpenter Orso 
Ann Griffin Overholt 
Ellen Hill Owen 
John C. Paterson, Jr 
Dianne Harshman Patterson 
Susan Sarbacher Pence 
Richard G. Poinsett 
Sally Daviskin 
Sarah Gait Riddle 
Mary Ingram Ritsert 
Deborah E. Ritter 
Thomas G.P Roberts 
Nancy Rickenbaugh Rolain 
Janet Schmaltz Ross 
Frank J. Sawicki 
Robert W. Schiipp 
Ann Stauffenberg Southwell 
Norrine Bailey Spencer 
Richard D Spotts 
Kenneth Stark 
Ernest M. Stauffer 
Cheryl R. Stickle 
Frederick R. Swavely 
Judith Coeman Thode 
Catharine Michener Tunis 
Jean Sawyer Twombly 
Anita Claycomb Uchisaka 
David S. Unger 
Sharon Fetterolf Vak 
Stephen M. Vak 
Dennis L. Van Name 
IMancy Stroup Wagner 
Nan Welter 



Patricia Mehrer Williams 
Suzanne Yenchko 

CLASS OF 1969 

Class Agent: 

Barbara Hitchens DePerro 
SUF: $4,083.50 
NEH:$ 670.00 

Lance Andrews 
Carol Smith Arnold 
Rickey L. Bair 
Robert F Balliet, Jr 
Donald O. Bensinger 
Keith W. Betten 
Patricia D. Bonsall 
Gerald L. Book 
Barry E. Bowen 
Willard J. Bowen 
John L. Boyer 
Katharine S. Bressler 
John C, Brill 
John D. Bronneck 
Robert J. Chonko 
Charles E. Cloutman 
Howard R. Collins 
Alan H. Cooper 
Walter W. Custance, Jr. 
Virgil Franks Davala 
Peter W. Delin 
Barbara Hitchens DePerro 
Michael E. Dreyfus 
David M. Dumeyer 
Thomas C. Eggleston III 
Thomas Etzweiler 
Carol Reese Feister 
Donna Hilton Fisher 
Janice Brown Fisher 
Robert G. Fisher, Jr 
John C. Flohr II 
Martha Imhof Frantz 
William J. Freed, Jr. 
Gary R. Gilbert 
Richard W. Grey 
David N. Grubb 
Robert E. Guise 
William B. Hamaker 
Nancy Waick Hanford 
Claire Smith Hanson 
Elizabeth Frost Hardie 
Nancy Gary Harris 
Paul D. Harro 
Victoria Fay Heberlig 
Wendy Evans Herrington 
Stephen R. Herrold 
John F Hilbish 
Susan Stephen Hill 
David L. Hummel 
Linda Whitenight Hummel 
Ingrid Groden Jacobus 
Frederick K. Jacoby 
Peter G, Jarjisian 
Robert O. Jesberg, Jr 
Patricia Drumm Jones 
Ann Ellis Kaley 
Terry W. Kent 
Margaret Heil King 
Paulette Keller Knauer 
Anne Heimbach Lawrence 
Margaret Knouse Lewis 
Lani Pyles MacAniff 
Judith Wittisch Malcolm 
Holly Ford Marsh 
Joann Lester Maucher 
David H. McAfee 
Leslie White McAfee 
Sharon Bankert McGrane 



Virginia Carlson McKenzie 
William H. Medlicott 
Gary T Miner 
Robert G. Monahan 
Susan Graf Montgomery 
Sheila Mahon Morgan 
Susanne Kahn Mullin 
Donna Byrd Onasch 
James W. Page 
Donald W. Peppier, Jr. 
Carol Riley Pfeifer 
Richard F Pfeifer 
Linda laeger Poinsett 
Dennis M. Pritts 
Philomena Quattrocchi 
Robert H. Ray 
Nancy Haas Reese 
Joanne H. Roberts 
Edwin G. Rohde 
Herbert T. Rorer 
Dean S. Ross 
Linda Taylor Rule 
W. David Rule 
Elizabeth Maule Sarver 
Richard F Saylor 
Margaret McCracken Schiipp 
Robert F Schofield, Jr, 
Wayne G. Selfridge 
Richard W. Semke 
Thomas W. Shade, Jr 
W. Stevens Shipman 
Glen A. Shell 
Priscilla Edwards Slack 
Robert X. Spero 
Linda Grill Stankiewicz 
David C. Steffen 
Eric N. Stein 
William H. Thode 
Shirley Jones Vincent 
Donald H. Wilson 
Ronald J. Witko 
Michael J. Wolf 
Elsbeth H. Wrigley 
Karen Pfleger Zygan 



CLASS OF 1970 

Class Agent: Edward R. Danner 
SUF: $4,030.00 
NEH:$ 735.00 

Paul W. Bankes 
David A. Barber 
Marcia Graeff Bell 
Margaret Harris Biesecker 
Martha Barker Blessing 
Kathleen VanOrder Bowen 
David P. Brougham 
Phillip G. Buchanan 
Robert G. Carothers 
Nancy Lockhart Chonko 
Robert L. Clyde 
Laurine Longfield Cooke 
William D. Cooke 
Edmund G. Dale 
Edward R, Danner II 
Ruth Zimmerman Dennis 
David M. Dolinsky 
Steven E. Dubs 
Robert R. Dunn III 
Sharman Levan Ebbeson 
Sue J, Ebling 
Michael R. Fenstermacher 
Gregory E. Galano 
Brian W. Gallup 
Keith Gaugler 
Linda Ulrich Glantz 



Harriet Burger Griffith 
Katherine Zierdt Grubb 
Linda Rolston Gutowski 
Donald C. Hamlin 
William B. Havey 
Robert B. Heinemann 
James K. Hill 
Wayne D, Hill 
Robert G. Hochstuhl 
Gregg A. Hodgdon 
H. Louis Horner, Jr. 
Cheryl Snyder Huber 
Peggy Dotterer Jacob 
Richard M. Jacobson 
Alice Moore Jaggard 
Jay E. James 
Peter C Jones 
Lane C. Kaley, Jr 
Carl L. Kauffman 
Larry C. Kindsvater 
Linda Perry Kindsvater 
John H. Klemeyer 
Barry R. Klock 
Betty Swartz Larsen 
John S. Leonard 
Bonnie Eiker Lightcap 
Barry I. Llewellyn 
Lloyd O. Lohmeyer III 
Alan C. Lovell 
Gerald Malasheskie 
Linda Metzel Manifold 
Douglas L. Marion 
Gail D. Mason 
Kathryn Klee Meyer 
Linda Palmer Miller 
Mary Frances L, Miller 
Ruth Stambaugh Mills 
Bonalyn A. Mosteller 
Miriam Mangle Moyer 
Ray A. Moyer 
Eloise Jury Myers 
James R. Nace 
H. Gerald Nanos 
Janet Lefforge Pacala 
James C. Packard 
Diane Burgee Packer 
Marina Sinanoglou 
Papaconstantinou 
John R. Pendill 
Terry Phillips 
D. Ward Plummer, Jr. 
Carol Scherb Ray 
Deshler S. Schenck 
Judy Hoffman Schmidt 
Jane Malanchuk Schuessler 
Jeffrey R. Scott 
Karen Prugh Shade 
Bonnie J. Shockey 
Carol Snook Stark 
Garrett L. Stauffer 
Loreen Wimmer Stout 
Stephen W. Taylor 
Frank J. Trembulak 
Susan B. Twombly 
Louis A. Vermillion 
David B. Werner 
Ann Ruth Wolfe 
Thomas D. Wolfe 
Dorothy Pulst Wright 
Elizabeth Stein Zurich 

CLASS OF 1971 

Class Agent: Whitney A. Gay 
SUF: $5,848.00 
NEH: $1,792.50 

Kenneth W. Albiston 



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Sheryl Hardy Andrews 
Judith G. Avery 
Timothy V. Belotti 
Janet Johnson Bielicki 
Janis Egan Bigelow 
Albin F. Blom 
Barry T. Boblicl< 
Edward W. Bogner 
Janet Ration Bondi 
Timothy P Byrnes 
Donald J. Campbell 
Roger P. Cheney 
Joan Burgess Cloutman 
Nancy Faringer Cressman 
Robert A. Dachik 
Marilyn Goetze Danner 
David J. Deak 
Jill Heffelfinger Evans 
Richard A. Farnow 
Robin M. Fisher 
John G. Foos 
David C Frey 
Cynthia Frishkorn 
Jacqueline O'Shea Galano 
Signe S. Gales 
Whitney A. Gay 
Jacqueline C. Gill 
Sandra H. Goodenough 
Joel K. Gordon 
Jeffrey L. Goria 
Penny IVIantz Hagenbuch 
Cozette Hartman Haggerty 
Linda M. Haughton 
Janet Oberholtzer Haupt 
George W. Herrold 



Lana Shaffer Herrold 

Roberta Schroeder Hill 

Donald B. Hill II 

Joan Dundore Hood 

Sherry Inch Hunt 

Janet Goodyear Jacobson 

Daniel K. Keller 

Paul J. Keturakis 

Linda fylaier Klemeyer 

David H, Koppenhaver 

Robert C Krafft 

Ivlary Brookover Kramer 

Ronald A Kramer 

Karen Noble Kupp 

Ellen Mizzoni Lake 

William L.S. Landes III 

Kalhie J. Lang 

Frederik C. Lausten, Jr 

Rolla E. Lehman III 

John B. Lippincott 

Jean McEvoy Llewellyn 

Linda Nansteel Lovell 

Patricia G. Lundholm 

Thomas M. Lyons 

Diane Farrington Macia 

Gary D. fylacia 

David W. I^^adison 

Phyllis Reinhardt ti/lalasheskie 

Margaret Malesic 

Lynn Keim Marion 

Donald W. McClain 

Carol Lesher Miller 

Daryl F. Moore 

Karen L. Olson 

Denny Packard 




Michael J. Petron 
Kathy Fairchild Phillips 
Rebecca Yarnell Price 
David A. Rosborough 
John W. Ruhl 

Catherine Rogers San Filippo 
Philip E, San Filippo 
Lisa Deamer Sawyer 
Michael F Scavone 
David G. Schwalm 
Domenico Seddio 
N. Dennis Simmons 
Doreen Vetter Snell 
Stephen R. Snell 
Deborah DeVenney Spinney 
Peter M. Stenzhorn 
Richard J. Szot 
Charles N. Tannery 
Alice Henick Thomas 
Merrill W. Tilghman, Jr 
Barbara Mcllvaine Tingom 
Donald Van Gilder 
Kenneth J. Vermillion 
Roxanne Havice Vermillion 
Lynne Kastrup Villarreal 
Craig W, Weber 
Fred D. Westbrook 
Jeffrey S. Witte 
Nancy E. Yarnall 



CLASS OF 1972 

SUP: $3,692.00 
NEH:$ 883.00 

Richard C. Abbott 

Louise Brophy Arnold 

Ellen Presty Ashworth 

Sharon Witteck Austin 

Brenda Armstrong Bartholomew 

Richard A. Bechtel 

Stephen H. Bender 

Alan M. Bennett 

Dale F Biesecker, Jr 

Susan Siegrist Blake 

Dwight C. Blake 

Thomas A. Bohner 

David A. Borden 

Michael K. Brown 

Linda Kline Bugden 

Ronald N. Bystrom 

Paul A. Cain 

Robert F Cloud 

R. Scott Conant 

Louise Hower Costello 

June Ross Coyle 

John D. Crusius 

Stephen L. Decker 

Sandra McDermott Dolinsky 

David S. Dunn 

William A. Edel 

Andrea Licciardello Endrusick 

James L. Endrusick 

Larry L, Eppley 

Diane Kelley Evans 

Mary C. Eager 

George A. Pecker 

Richard A. Frank 

James R. Gable, Jr. 

Joseph X. Garvey, Jr. 

Tamea Jones Giacomelli 

Douglas S. Griese 

Nancy Porch Hafner 

Janet M Haigh 

Wendy Lovgren Halliburton 

Darcy Jones Hamlin 

Laura Huestis Harris 



Robert W. Harris 
Laurie H. Hart 
Lisa J. Hauer 
Alison Petrie Heinzel 
William H. Henschke II 
Steven M. Hoffman 
Dale E. Hoke 
Gail Sigafoos Hoke 
Edward S. Horn, Jr. 
Pamela Dolin Horn 
Emil P Howanitz 
Craig W. Hutchison 
Michael J. Huth 
Kimberly Y. Jones 
Jeffrey C. Karver 
Christine Rogers Kindon 
Robert M. Kindon 
Thomas P. King 
Edmund R Kling III 
Bonny Ensinger Klinger 
William C. Knauer 
David C. Koch 
John C. Kramer, Jr. 
John C. Kupp 111 
George R, Laufenberg 
Brian E Lewis 
Wendy Mohr Lewis 
Christopher A. Lodewyks 
Bradley E. Lord 
George C. Lynch 
Lauren Tweed Lyons 
David W. Mangle 
Robert W. Maucher 
Brian D. McCartney 
Jane Brockway McClain 
Melinda C. Mcintosh 
Susan Seaks McLaughlin 
John R. Mitchell 
Pamela Norton Mitchell 
Joseph B. Montgomery 
James Z. Morehouse 
Jan F. Mroz 
James E. Murray 
Saren Alexander Murray 
Priscilla Gillespie Nagy 
Robert G. Nonni 
Michael C, Oakes 
Leonie DeLong Otto 
Craig R. Penniman 
Harold W. Peterson 
Janis Benincasa Pettit 
Arlene Arndt Philippoff 
Doreen Bolton Rehrig 
Mark W. Richards 
William H. Rouse 
Barry T Rumple 
John L. Sawyer 
Carol Ferry Baylor 
Daniel C. Scaff 
A. Rebecca Schumacher 
Chester D. Schuman 
Pamela Miller Schuman 
Lynne Colombo Schwartz 
Sylvia Montgomery Shaw 
Sandra Douglas Sheridan 
Debra Plunkett Smith 
Stanley T Snyder 
Susan Hancock Storch 
Barbara J. Suter 
Linda Thomas Tamer 
William W. Them 
Frederick M. Topper 
Scott C. Truver 
Mary DeVeau Ulatowski 
James R. Waeldner 
Gail Alwine Woods 
Carl C. Yingling 



CLASS OF 1973 

Class Agent: J. Donald Steele 
SUF: $4,518.00 
NEH:$ 257.50 

Paula Eletto Adams 

Susan Kurtz Allan 

Janice Woltjen Anglin 

Susan Phillips Apfelbaum 

Arlene Graybill Apple 

Kenneth G Bechtold 

Gregory M. Beck 

Jeanne R. Boyer 

Robert M, Brenneman 

Joyce A. Brown 

Ryan Burdick 

William D. Burrell 

Pamela Flinchbaugh Byrnes 

Theresa Esposito Bzdil 

Anne Herdle Cain 

Marlyn Rath Carson 

Peter S. Ciszak 

Gordon W. Clark. Jr 

Kevin W. Clary 

Robert W, Cole 

Roger T Collins 

Barbara Schultz Colvin 

Keith J. Costello 

Charles L. Debrunner 

Lynda Beadle Deutsch 

Rebecca Young Duke 

James G. Ehrhorn. Jr. 

Karl William Eickhoff 

Pamela Shay Eickhoff 

Laurel Hinkley Falkner 

Henry R. Fisher 

John C. Foltz 

Chris A. George 

June Belletti George 

Samuel J Greco 

Vicki Chin Hall 

William H. Hamilton 

Douglas E, Hauser 

Judy Shaw Hauser 

Victoria VanWagenen Heidorn 

Catherine Magill Hoffman 

Linda Fox Holler 

Pamela Sherwood Hudson 

Carol Dickinson Johns 

Robert T. Kassoway 

James E, Kellerman 

Kathleen Coon Kellerman 

Judy Stump Kling 

Dorothy J. Knauss 

David S. Landis 

Janet Isgro Laufenberg 

Thomas E. Letfler 

Jean Walton Lehman 

Nancy Uckert Lewis 

Frederick W. Linnemeyer 

Robert S. Long 

Jane Egbert Luzzi 

Paul M. Marecek 

Don E. Martz 

Candace E, Mayer 

George E. McKinnell 

David F, McMullen 

Louis M. Melchiore 

Robert C. Miller 

Janet Nilssen Moore 

Renee H. Moore 

Thomas J. Moran 

David W. Morris 

Frederick E. Morrow 

Dennis G. Mosebey 

Diane Decker Nair 

Richard T Nornhold 

Marcia Wright Ousley 



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Philip Ousley 

Wendy Pearce-Fulton 

Nancy Search Phipps 

Robert A. Phipps 

John M Pivarnik 

Nancy Ostermueller Plaza 

Betsy Haas Polakiewicz 

Joseph P Raho 

Richard K. Renn 

Richard D Rowlands 

Georgeanne Mercincavage Ruhl 

William A. Sanders 

Karen Buehler Savarese 

Robert S. Siegel 

Deborah M. Siegfried 

Nancy Finnan Smith 

Roberta Wyatt Stafford 

Eric E. Slahl 

J. Donald Steele, Jr 

Stephen P Stupp 

Gail Holmes Tannery 

Cynthia Himsworth Taylor 

Peter Y. Thompson 

Roxie Hahn Titus 

Joseph M. Vayda 

Sue Ellen Ferman Vayda 

Robert C. Veach 

Lynn Grant Vessey 

William A. Visscher 

William M. Weary 

Joan Mercer Witte 

Charles H. Woodcock IV 

Gerold M. Wunderlich 

Raymond A. ZIockie 



CLASS OF 1974 

Class Agent: 

Barbara Dalrymple Dur\r\ 
SUP: $6,099.50 
NEH:$ 322.00 

William D. Atkinson 
Randall W. Bailey 
Daniel M. Baxter 
Evelyn Dowling Baxter 
Lynne Stansfield Beck 
Marilynn R. Blend 
Raymond F Bower 
Martha E. Brandwene 
Phyllis Kreckman Bratton 
Walter O. Breuninger 
Lonnie E. Campbell 
Michael D. Carlini 
Wendy Williams Carlini 
Thomas G. Clark 
Alan M. Cohn 
Frank J, Corcoran 
Wayne H. Dietterick 
Michelle Maiben Diggins 
Tonna Wendt Dougan 
Debra Horner Douglas 
Peter M- Douglas 
E. Wayne Dreyman 
Barbar Dalrymple Dunn 
Richard H. Eickhoff 
Jill Stevens Pecker 
David E. Fettinger 
George V, Ganter 
Kenneth C Gift 
Martha L. Graybill 
Gayle Thomas Green 
John J. Guthrie 
Susannah Halston 
Perrin C. Hamilton 
Grace Welton Hanawalt 
John B. Hanawalt 



Linda Pratz Hill 
Paul R. Hinsch 
Patricia Krall Hogg 
Edward S. Kaltreider 
Dennis D. Kieffer 
Donald W. Kiess, Jr. 
Robert J. Kimbel, Jr. 
Steven A. Kirkbride 
Daniel E. Knipel 
Diane Kulp Krueger 
Carol Kurtzke Kubancek 
Carol Wells Kuetfner 
Beth Petrie Leggett 
Marsha A, Lehman 
Wendy Bernd Lichty 
Wallace J. Lindsay. Jr. 
Ronald C. Littley. Jr. 
Cheryl Weant McAfee 
Patrick M. McAfee 
Joanne Thomas McCard 
William H. McCard 
Terri Herman McKinnell 
Betsy Halpin Messerle 
Karen Stock Miller 
Carol Smith Nolan 
Debbie Rohland Pereira 
Patrick A. Petre 
Vicki Freeman Pierce 
Diane Mahoney Pivarnik 
Philip D Popovec 
Susan Wilson Primeau 
Deborah J. Quinn 
Cynthia Severinsen Reinhart 
Thomas W. Reinhard 
R. Doulas Riley 
David W. Rittler 
Karen Cherringlon Robbins 
Douglas E. Salvesen 
Sharon Everhart Schoeder 
Deborah Witte Sebring 
Robert N. Seebold 
Holland E. Shaw 
Peter M. Sherman 
Anne M. Shultz 
Linda Capaldi Siegel 
Benedict J. Smar, Jr. 
Joyce Oberlin Smar 
Christine Schmidt Smith 
Lawrence U. Smith 
F Thomas Snyder III 
Robert J. Stamm 
Vicky Rohm Steltz 
Charles E. Stevens 
Susan Miller Stewart 
James F Sullivan 
Douglas B Sutherland 
Linda Munroe Them 
Joan Masser Troutman 
Alan J. Upperco 
Donald L. Utter 
Jill Berninger Van Balen 
Bruce A, Vessey 
Cynthia Lupolt Walter 
Alan R, Waters 
Kathleen Gallagher Watson 
Gunther J. Weisbrich 
Jarl R. Weyant 
Chris L. Wheeland 
Karen L. White 
Roy L. Wilson 
Larry D Wolfgang 
Gerald F. Zukowski 



CLASS OF 1975 

Class Agent: 

Barbara Shatto Harvey 
SUP: $5,198.50 
NEH:$ 335.00 

George C. Adams, Jr. 
Judith Yohn Adams 
James T Ailing 
David H. Allison 
Robert F. Amweg 
Christopher Anglin 
Charles R. Antanavage 
John H. Arnold 
Janet Diehl Ayres 
James A. Baglin 
Bernard A. Bahr, Jr. 
Gwen L. Barclay 
Janet Frock Bassett 
Jerry S. Bassett 
James M. Bates 
Leroy C. Beck 
Lawrence E. Behning 
Martha Pierce Beishline 
Mary Fletcher Benkovic 
John E. Bird 
Paul A. Blume 
Christopher L. Campbell 
Joseph R. Caporaso, Jr. 
Robert G. Carr 
Janice Kimmerer Clark 
Deborah Burdick Cloud 
Molly A. Cochran 
Eleanor Kusche Crabbe 
Julie Lawrence Craig 
David H. Crist 
Deborah Mathias Dagle 
Dirk E, Dana 
A. Bruce Dansbury 
Russell J. Dauber 
Carol Powers Dawson 
Warren S. Diggins 
W. Allen Dunstan, Jr. 
Deborah Hansen Eickhoff 
Jimmy R. Erdman 
Michael A. Falkner 
Jacquelyn Strub Filbey 
Russell C. Filbey 
Janet Eide Pricker 
Jeffrey L. Frymoyer 
Donna R. Fugit 
Jeffrey A. Gavrish 
John D, Goodenow 
Richard F. Graham, Jr 
Carol A Graybosch 
Barbara Shatto Harvey 
Julia Rowland Haslett 
Mark R. Haslett 
Doreen R. Hastedt 
Jesse E. Hill III 
Douglas A. Holcombe 
Holly Henschel Hovis 
Karen Wells Hughes 
Susan Grubb Jackson 
Gerald P. Jaskiewicz 
Susan Gordon Johnson 
David P Karner 
Thomas G Keane, Jr. 
Timothy G, Keane 
John T Kolody, Jr. 
Jessica Schnitman Kowall 
Samuel Kuba III 
Andrea R. Lavix 
Judy Lambert Lenz 
James D. Link 
Laura Maddish Link 
Sharon L. Long 



Kenneth L. MacRitchie 

Deborah Mansir MacVittie 

Faith Christensen Maricic 

Jeffrey Martin 

John Mazur 

Harvard K. McCardle 

Craig R. Miller 

Patricia Shaughnessy Miller 

Brenda Parker Nelson 

Martha Kautfman Ocker 

John R.J. Olcese 

Debra Maurer Ondeyka 

Dale A. Orris 

Elizabeth Fleming Podrebarac 

Hope Craig Potter 

Jeffrey N. Potter 

Douglas R. Powell 

Joseph J. Prekopa 

Ronald A. Pritsch 

Raymond F. Rail, Jr 

Diane Christopher Rapport 

Carson G. Ritchie 

Sandra M. Rocks 

Allinda Woll Role 

Robert C. Rungee 

George E. Saridakis 

Jeffrey G. Shade 

Vaughn S. Shappell 

Susan Gabrielson Shrader 

Charles W. Smellz 

Robert M. Smith 

Suzanne Patchell Stewart 

John R. Strangfeld 

M. Beth Evans Sullivan 

Margaret Buicko Thompson 

Debora Van Viderstine Trass 

Richard D. Treich 

Louis G. Van Gilder 

Garry E. Vomlehn 

William D. Wagner 

Andrea Nalepa Ward 

Edward K. Watkins 

Kaye Stein Willbanks 

Paul M. Willbanks 

John D. Wilson 

Rosanne Foster Wilson 

Sharon Glosler Winters 

Cynthia Welch Woodcock 

William A. Wray, Jr. 

CLASS OF 1976 

Class Agent: Debra J. Mattern 
SUP: $4,258.50 
NEH:$ 210.00 

Karol Silvick Allison 

Robert M. Auman, Jr 

Linda M. Barran 

Janet Gump Beck 

Leslie J. Beers 

Douglas F Bernegger 

Joetta A. Bibbens 

Nancy Mattson Bober 

M. Steven Bortner 

Lauren Runyon Bregenzer 

Mark D. Burkhardt 

Juel A. Casey 

Nicholas F. Chirico 

Constance Ingenbrandt Condict 

Mark P Cook 

W. Talbot Daley 

W. Richard Davis 

Timothy F. Denard 

Barbara Keller Dertouzos 

Thomas E. Dertouzos 

Elwood R. Dietz 

Shirley Eastep Deitz 



Kathy Johnson Dilenschneider 

Joanne Donofrio DiLuigi 

Kevin P. Donohue 

Margaret V. Duval 

Susan A. Edgren 

Robert A. Eschelman 

Scott A. Felter 

Anthony J. Filer 

William O. Finch, Jr. 

William B. Fortune 

Jo Ann Pricker 

Rebecca M, Fuller 

Marjorie Brouse Gaul 

Mark R. Gaul 

John W. Gehman 

Elizabeth M. Gent 

Paul C. Ginzl 

Gordon J. Glass 

John S. Godley 

Debbie Fishman Gordon 

Virginia Martinet Graham 

James P. Harrah, Jr. 

Jane E. Helsing 

Patricia Hewit Hill 

Susan Zimmerman Horstman 

Robert C. Hutchinson 

F Curtis Ibbitson 

Elizabeth Lee Ireland 

Larry L. Jacobs 

Thomas M. Jobes 

Kathleen Ehatt Keane 

Susan Kessock 

Jacob W. Klein 

Brenda Zboray Klinger 

Randall L. Klobetanz 

Lauretta F. Koenig 

Kurt H. Kohler 

Jeannette File Lamb 

Jeffrey A. LaRose 

Sheryl Swartz Lazarus 

Lowell L. Leitzel 

Raymond J Luetters, Jr 

David Main 

William D. Marks 

Ann Marshall 

Maxine Kantz Martin 

Debra J. Mattern 

Rhonda Davis McCardle 

Debra Smith McCarty 

Thomas McCarty 

Eugene F Meany 

Joseph C. Michetti, Jr 

Mary L. Miller 

Charlene Lawser Monastra 

Thomas Monastra 

Kathleen Marvin Morgan 

William A. Morgan 

Kathy-Ann McCarty Morrow 

Claudia Morse-Karzen 

Joanne Ermert Mueller 

Ella L. Netherton 

Wanda D. Neuhaus 

John B. Neuhauser 

Charlene Everett Olcese 

James H. Packer 

Keith E. Paterson 

Mark R, Paules 

Joanne Shetzley Pepper 

Patricia Grogan Peterson 

William A. Pette 

Gail Johnson Quinn 

Jane O'Neill Rapant 

Gill U. Redpath 

Gary W. Richenaker 

Philip B. Robeson, Jr. 

Nancy Reed Rock 

David A. Rohrer 



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Laurie Morgan Roth 
Ronald R. Roth 
Richard D. Schoenly 
John D, Schwartz 
Debra Sobecki Shah 
Leslie Kozlar Shaw 
Kenneth B. Slocum 
Robert J. Snyder 
Jeffrey H. Sleltz 
f^ltchel D. Storey 
Scott A Strausbaugh 
William Swanger III 
Ivllchael TImmons 
Ruth Anderson Tucker 
Helena Bykowsky Urban 
Rita Celestino Ussher 
Cindy Ball Vltto 
F. Lorraine Nelson Weeks 
Gregory J. Wells 
Brenda Overcash West 
Emily Flickenger White 
Scott A, Wissinger 
Thomas W Wolf 
Deborah Gaydosh Zaionis 
Robert Zimmerman, Jr. 

CLASS OF 1977 

Class Agent: Daniel E. Ditzler 
SUF: $3,297.49 
NEH:S 295.50 

Brian D. Archibald 

Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 

David E, Atkinson 

Lisbeth L. Baird 

Sarah A. Bernhardt 

Victor R. Boris 

Ronald L. Brett 

Hadley K. Brown 

Anne L, Crawford 

Susan J. Cressman 

Robyn Schnell Cronin 

Stephen P. Crowther 

Deborah A. Dale 

Janet Smith Daley 

Nancy Adams Dansbury 

Itflary Acton Dauber 

Robert J Davidson 

Kathi Hawxhurst Davies 

Virginia L. Davis 

H/lark E. DILuigi 

Daniel E. Ditzler 

Donald R Doorley, Jr. 

Kevin J. Drury 

Denise A Duane 

Kathleen S. Dunn 

Michael J. Edry 

Jon W. Eich 

David L. Evans 

Karen Jones Evans 

Craig M. Fasold 

David M. Fisher 

Peter L. Fiss 

Susan Gale Fitchett 

Jeffrey L, Gable 

David K Ganter 

Marilyn E. Gill 

Carlen Schmidt Ginzl 

Amy Neff Glock 

James A, Hall 

Ronald E, Hanson 

Jeffrey M. Harlow 

Robin Sirohecker Heinemann 

Joan Domin Hentges 

Keith H. Hewitt 

Frederick L. Hickman 

Karl E Holzthum 



Douglas C. Hornberger 

Gerald G. Huesken 

Robert J. Ivers 

Susan Booth Jacobs 

Jeffrey A. Jones 

Karl R. Keiser 

Michael Kennedy 

Roderick E. Kerr, Jr. 

Scott L. Klinger 

Bruce D. Koenecke 

Chris Kuhn III 

Timothy B. Lawlor 

Barbara Smith Lee 

David E. Lewis 

E. Lynne Campbell Liebrock 

James G. Longo 

Cynthia Krome Lord 

Susan Cole Lynde 

Steven T. MacGregor 

Elizabeth Bussman Mahler 

Cordelia Rust Mann 

Melinda Scovell McGrory 

Michael P. McLane 

Douglas A. Miller 

Suzanne Reed Miller 

Ann McAuliffe MInton 

Mark M. Molla 

Naseem N. Momin 

Bruce E. Moore 

Lewis R. Morrow 

Edward W. Moyer 

Brenda K. Myers 

Katherine McAllister Neuhauser 

Albert M. Noggle 

Cheryl L. Norcross 

Janice Snider Nowell 

Christopher J. Papplanou 

Howard G. Paul, Jr 

Jennifer Eck Printy 

Terry L. Reese 

Susan M. Reisch 

Joan Brouse Rifkin 

Alice M. Roher 

Virginia Schlack Rothenberger 

Marjorie Flackman Saler 

Philip R. Saler 

Lynn M. Sarf 

Gregg K. Saxe 

Martha Miller Schwartz 

Mark V. Swanson 

Shirley M. Swartz 

Fred C. Sweetapple, Jr. 

Nancy Hulst Tamayne 

Debra Fox Taylor 

Lynn A. Thorson 

Karen T Warth 

Robert M. Wentz 

Deborah Clemens Werronen 

Brenda Newman Wright 

Timothy J. Wright 

Elizabeth Hall Xanthis 

John P. Xanthis 

Donna M. Zawacki 

CLASS OF 1978 

Class Agent: Judith A. Rile 
SUF: $2,592.50 
NEH:$ 350.00 

David A. Addison 
Susan E. Apsley 
Richard M. Baran 
Edward R. Barben 
Sherry Seiple Barben 
Brian V. Bercher 
Deborah M. Bernhisel 
Jolee Ruch Boehmer 



Richard A. Brugger, Jr. 
Jean Hedrick Budd 
Steven K. Budd 
Carl F. Christiansen 
Paulette E. Cohen 
Denise A. Connerty 
Thomas W. Cook 
Tura Hammarstrom Dickert 
John M. Eby 
John A. Englert, Jr 
Nancy J. Evey 
Susan King Fiss 
Wilma Kalbfleisch Flanagan 
H. Scott Fritts 
Dina Gannitello 
William N. Garrett 
Ann Price Gartner 
Holly M. Geise 
David R. Getz 
Edward P. Haggerty III 
Jean Craig Hallowell 
William C. Hart 
Thomas G. Hepler 
Michael J. Herman 
Philip L, Herzog 
Roberta Andrew Hewitt 
Larry D. Hildebrand 
Robin S. Hoehn 
Jill White Holmes 
Brenda Ewert Jadney 
Brian R. Jadney 
Frederick G. Jaeschke III 
Pamela R. James 
Jill Jacobus Jurgensen 
Michael A. Katchmer 
Helen Ely Kauffman 
Michael R. Keating 
Christine Evans Kennedy 
Richard J. King, Jr. 
Philip M. Kob 
Richard B. Koch 
Susan Little Kuehl 
Robert R. Labarca 
David J. Lantz III 
Patricia Sost Lantz 
Christopher W. Lewis 
Gary L. Leyder 
David L Liebrock 
Elizabeth H. Linehan 
David C. Lutcher 
Kenneth P Maehl 
Robert W. Manning 
Elizabeth Helm Martin 
Susan A. Martin 
Peter W. Megill 
Nancy J. Meyer 
David 8. Middleswarth 
Jack L. Miller 
J. Scott Mitchell 
James G. Montgomery 
Todd B. Morgan 
Patricia Lacomby Murphy 
Judy Feidt Musselman 
C. Lynn Nakamura 
Donna Poland Neilly 
Anne Gukes Ottley 
David H. Ottley 
Susan Grisse Pappianou 
Joseph J. Parcel III 
Mary A. Pitorak 
Judith A. Rile 
Jay S. Rogers 
Barabra Bozzelli Ross 
Donald M. Ross 
R. Todd Rossel 
Stephen D. Rupe 
Margaret Klaus Saxe 



Michael P. Scheib 

Robert T. Schmidt 

Dale F. Schoener 

Grant C. Schoonmaker, Jr 

Patricia Lutkins Schultz 

Melissa L. Simmons 

Raymond J. Skjold 

Sharon Karle Snyder 

Dean H. Springman 

Linda Michaels Slahl 

Joseph Stein 

William L. Svec 

Lori E. Thomas 

Elizabeth O'Connor Waters 

William B. Wescott 

S. Lydia Papanlkolaou Wiswell 

Debbie Robinson Wolfert 

0. Gilbert ZIock 

CLASS OF 1979 

Class Agent: Susan Odiakjian 
SUF: $3,207.00 
NEH:$ 260.00 

Robert W. Adams 
Nancy J. Adams-Shippy 
Susan Maack Addison 
Steven J. Barrett 
David C. Bateman 
Carole Moeller Beam 
David W. Bielefield 
Robert G. Campbell 
Robert E. Cascone 
Christi S. Chavers 
Brian J. Christison 
David C. Cloetingh 
Michael C. Cosgrove 
Robert E. Curich 
Marcia Freed Dankman 
Karen Kern Dean 
Robert L. Dean 
Laurie Ritson Dougherty 
Susan Yoder Faast 
Linda Eberlin Fahrney 
Barbara Bryan Falconer 
Lee Ann Fasnacht 
Dorothy Fersch 
John A. Ferullo 
Steven D. Foreman 
Randall E. Franzen 
Jeffrey S, Gicking 
Andrew S. Graybill 
Elizabeth Kennedy Graybill 
Margaret J. Hamilton 
Jennifer Gamble Henne 
Janice Gaschen Herman 
Andrew C. Hickox 
John M. Hilton 
Robin Swenk Hilton 
Karen Holmes Hoke 
George S. Huntzinger 
Robin Gallo Hutchinson 
Nicholas P Interdonalo 
Thomas A. Johnson 
Suzann Taskovitz Kaufhold 
Charles R. Kelsey 
Sandra J. Knulsen 
Ellen Knutson Kramm 
Carl L. Krause 
Lorinda Alexander Krause 
Susan L. Kuba 
Cindy Erickson Labarca 
Peter C. Landmesser 
Edward M. Laselva 
Vincent A. Laselva 
Cynthia J. Lewis 
David E. Lindquist 



Nancy Jeffries Little 

Debra Holtzhauer Louden 

Richard H. Lubben 

John W. Magers 

Mary Delbaugh Maiolo 

James R. Maiolo, Jr 

Donald F. Mann 

Kerry P. Maurer 

Mark L. McFatridge 

Denis J. McHugh 

Christine Hoff Mclnnes 

Kim Sawicki Melton 

Brenda Harlan Miller 

Sharon Vreeland Miller 

Georgina Martin Minnier 

Peter D. Mower 

Peggy Lobsitz Mullaney 

Mark E. Nelson 

David R. Odenath, Jr 

Ellen Schmidt Odenath 

Susan Odjakjian 

Madeline V. Pearson 

Sandra L. Ray 

Philip J. Reitz 

Scott A. Richards 

Nancy J. Robinson 

Mary A. Rogowski 

James H. Ruitenberg 

Nancy Madara Secor 

Todd A. Sinclair 

Donald E. Sipe 

Shawn Eckman Sipe 

Scott A. Smith 

Victor J. Sobolewski III 

Joseph M. Talmage, Jr. 

Alice M. Taylor 

Walter C. Taylor III 

Anne Stern Tilley 

Bruce W. Torok 

Janeen Kruse Wadzila 

Janis Miller Wagner 

Michael A, Walch 

Enc S. Walker 

Patricia A. Welty 

Frederica Kaltenthaler Werkheiser 

Randy J. Westrol 

Cheryl Burchfield Wheeland 

Nancy J. Widmann 

William J. Zimmermann 

CLASS OF 1980 

Class Agent: Edwina S. Kelley 
SUF: $2,801.25 
NEH:$ 257.50 

Susan Carol Albanese 
Frank L. Arena 
James R. Barker 
Mark A. Billow 
Roland C Blakeslee 
Ellen Einsfeld Blaszky 
Peter C. Brockman 
Martha Montgomery Buono 
V. Robert Buono 
Judy Critelli Burkholder 
William S. Carson 
Karen Harrington Christian 
Phillip A. Compton 
Michael A. Contreras 
Robert S, Crider 
Robert E, Danner, Jr 
Cathy A. Davies 
Paul L. Daviet 
Frederick L. Dimuccio, Jr 
Lauren Sawyer Drury 
Edward J. Farr 
Rick L. Fike 



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Lynn K. Fillman 

Mary Douglas Geary 

Alan J. Grove 

Calhlene Chew Guy 

Cornelia Klee Hall 

Karen Flynn Hardy 

Joan Robinson Hartman 

Paul J- Helleren 

John E. Hock 

Mary Brennan Huesken 

Kathleen Shade lacobucci 

Lynn B. Jacoby 

Michael C. Kammerer 

Nancy MotI Kammerer 

John H. Karch 

Michael A. Kling 

Robert A. Kocis 

Brenda Strausberger Koster 

Mark T. Kramm 

Donald J. Krupka 

Joan Penniman Krzastek 

Walter J. Krzastek 

Dale L. Kyler 

Gaetan T Lambiase II 

Robert C. Leslie 

Keith E. Lewis 

Charles F. Lorenzo 

David F Lynch 
John W. McEvoy 

Paul A McFeeley 

Holly J. Mentzell 
Lynn C. Mosca 
Linda Klages Muir 
Brenda L. Parks 
Nancy H. Paterson 
Frederick G. Pfeitfer 
Cynthia Ebert Rayburn 
G. Edward Reck 
Carl V. Resciniti 
Karl A. Reuther II 
Adelaide Parcel Rogers 
Lynda M. Ruby 
James O. Rumbaugh III 
Stephen C Samaha 
Donna M. Sayegh 
Candace A Schnure 
Christine Ewing Schoenlank 
Robert H. Schoenlank 
Laurence K. Snearer 
Stephen R, Shilling 
John D. Sumner 
Nancy H. Swan 
Nancy Fitzgibbon Talmage 
Joel C. Tokarz 
Michael G. Trone 
Denise Wilson Uhlman 
Wade B. Walburn 
Diane Herbert Wall 
Karen Grilus Wentz 
James T. Weyant 
Kathleen Christie Whipple 
Paul B. Whipple, Jr 
Robert N. Whitmoyer 
Letha H. Wolfgang 
Robert C. Zaiewski 
Philip S. Zofrea 



CLASS OF 1981 

Class Agent: Stephen L. Neff 
SUF: $2,402.50 
NEH:$ 210.00 

Dennis A. Barley 
Cynthia S. Biever 
Allison Berger Boor 
Mark D. Bornman 




Diane Ulman Bryson 
William D. Bryson 
Susan Grausam Bullock 
Robert J, Bunsa, Jr. 
Timothy K. Burns 
Martha Piatt Butler 
Robert J, Califra 
Kenneth E. Caputa 
Sally J. Cherrington 
Christopher L. Cochran 
Suzanne Madara Coffee 
Catherine L. Compton 
Francis J. Coppola III 
Jane Wissinger Cornille 
Judith Mapletoft Crider 
Thomas F D'Andrea 
Sean P Duffy 
Alice J. Fackelman 
Kathleen Gallagher Fallon 
Barbara Norton Farr 
Pamela Ward Ferguson 
Jeffrey T Fiske 
Kim L. Gabler 
Richard D. Gentile 
Donna L, Gottshall 
John M. Greenshields 
Sharon Jacob Gruber 
Stephen A. Gustitis 
J. Bridget Shannon Hancock 
Walter W. Hancock, Jr 
Susan Wray Harrell 
Kenneth E. Heintz 
Peter C. Hinsch 
Deborah J. Hovanec 
Joan C. Jacoby 
Theresa O. Jasiewicz 
David A. Johnson 
Paula Bachman Johnson 
Suzanne M, Johnson 
Dennis H. Jones 
Jo A. Kleinfelter 
Betsy J. Kluge 
Beth Black Krupka 



Paul G. Lang 

Robb J. Larson 

Patricia Campana Lorenzo 

Susan A. Loy 

David G. Lucas 

Lisa Campbell Lynch 

Deborah Kellner Mamrak 

Laura A. Marth 

Lucinda Townsend Martin 

Barbara S, Matena 

Ronald S. McGlaughlin 

Susan L. McLaughlin 

Paul A. Metz 

Julie Brown Mitchell 

Christopher M. Molden 

Stephen L. Neff 

Steven E. Nunn 

George T Paulosky 

Jon K, Pickwell 

Patricia A, Polaneczky 

Wendy Wolf Poulsen 

Paul M. Price 

James B. Ramsdell 

Kurt H. Reiber 

John A. Reist 

Janice M. Reitz 

John F Ripa 

Ellen Miller Rogers 

Kenneth F Sachs 

Theresa A. Santoli 

Donna Mancuso Scaizo 

Robert W. Schwartz, Jr. 

Kevin A. Shaffer 

Jeff V Sheard 

Keith A. Shuey 

Cynthia Beegle Smarge 

John Smarge 

Charlotte Bartholomew Smith 

Christopher V. Smith 

John L. Steiger 

Cynthia L. Strohl 

Scott W. Suhring 

Gregory A, Talmage 



Elizabeth Hagerty Tiedemann 
William I, Tilghman III 
Michael R. Trego 
John J. Vay 
Lawrence J. Weil 
Pamela Marino Weiss 
Dorothy Shifter Wesner 
Frank P White, Jr. 
Lori Gardner Wollman 



CLASS OF 1982 

Class Agent: Amy Greenhow Nye 
SUF: $4,596.26 
NEH:$ 177,00 

Gregory E. Ambrose 
Robert W. Ashe 
Nancy Mohr Baker 
Karen Belas 
John M Benedict 
Elizabeth A. Bergh 
Gloria Angeli Blue 
Christine M. Bringman 
Frank Calabrese 
Patricia N. Catlin 
Wayne R. Clark 
Karen A. Clarke 
Catherine J. Cook 
Marita DelBello Derle 
Lori R. DiLonardo 
Michael S. Donahue 
Karen M Dye 
George A, Elias 
Lisa M. Ellison 
Rory M. Emery 
Thomas J. Figmik 
David C. Fisher 
Laura E. Flynn 
Linda M. Furlong 
Thomas A. Gift 
Nancy Wright Greenshields 
Marc W, Gutleber 



William G. Hagner 
Lisa D. Hammarstrom 
Beth Lewis Hartman 
Joan Miles Heintz 
David L Heitman 
Scott T Heller 
Robert D Holland 
Susan W. Honeyman 
Luverne Harrop Hoover 
Timothy R. Hoover 
Donna Johnson House 
Michael W. Hultzapple 
Peter E. Jacobs 
Andrew G. Jakubek 
Kyle R. Kaczynski 
Richard G. Kistler 
Laura Hines Kling 
Paul M. Knedeisen 
Pamela M. Kresge 
Sue R. Larsen 
Amy Stauffer Leta 
Laura J. Litchert 
Jeffrey L. Litchfield 
Rachel A. Long 
Cindy Wolter Lynch 
Constance Snyder Malick 
Claire J. Malone 
Neal A. Mayer 

Clay R. Mitman 

Melissa A. Monteith 

Jeffrey D. Morgan 

Donald S. Mott 

Karen J Ness 

Jacqueline Rozzi Nilsen 

Amy Greenhow Nye 

Odd N. Oddsen, Jr 

Nancy M. Parker 

Lynn E. Parks 

James E. Persing 

Susan Brubaker Pickwell 

Lorella Puglielli 

Kim Hartman Ranck 

Ronald R. Reese 



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Johanna Yeager Relsteter 
Christopher D. Rooke 
Eric R. Sauer 
Donald F. Scholl, Jr. 
David D. Schuler 
Audrey G. Schwarz 
Leo M. Sekulski 
Dennis M. Selfridge 
Kalhryn Burke Sellers 
Steven W. Sellers 
Richard L, Shermer 
Christine E. Shoaf 
Lauren A. Shollenberger 
Beth Nacinovich Shuey 
Jessica Ditmares Silbert 
Susan LaFrance Sirois 
Ronald C. Swartzlander 
Catherine J. Terranova 
Dale J Travis 
Lisa Musselman Travis 
Gail Stitzer Tucker 
Alison H. Turney 
Gerald W. Ueckermann, Jr 
Nicholas C. Valvano 
Kristina Warmerdam 
Gretchen Freed Whalen 
Susan E. White 
Ellen L. Whiting 
Robert L, Williams 
Frederick W, Wollman 
Martha J. Zechman 
Stephen E. Ziminsky 



CLASS OF 1983 

Class Agent: Roger Baker 
SUF: $2,120.00 
NEH: $ 85.00 

Jeffrey E. Anderson 

Susan Landmesser Augustine 

Roger A. Baker 

William A. Barnes 

Brenda Larson Barrett 

Mark C. Bartlow 

Nancy L. Barton 

Dirk L Baumgardner 

Loren Karch Beinieri 

Earle T Bittner III 

Richard C. Blumensheid 

David R Boor 

Constance A, Bowman 

Susan A. Brett 

Kenneth R. Brightcliffe 

Bonna Conner Brooks 

Scott R. Brooks 

Ruth Rissmiller Brunner 

JevKel Williamson Burns 

Gregory J. Carr 

Vincent J. Cavalea 

William E- Cochran 

Karen E Costello 

Theodore F Decker. Jr. 

Stephen C Dempsey 

Marguerite A. Doyle 

Thomas F. Dry 

Susan Cavanaugh Duffy 

John C- Farr 

Susan Coales Flake 

Robin L. Friedman 

Carol Brouse Goodwin 

Michael B. Goodwin 

Sandra J. Gray 

Robin L Greenawalt 

Kimberly MacMullen Habecker 

Shari Showers Haelig 

William H. Haelig 



Richard S. Harrell 
Timothy G. Harris 
James A. Hayward 
Robert P Higley, Jr 
Michael S. Hilfman 
Deborah Scharmann Himmel 
Brian K. Hungarter 
Annette C. Jackson 
Carol Redfern Jacobs 
Charles C. Jordan 
Pamela Grow Keiser 
Robert K. Lagerman 
Barbara J. Lappe 
Laurinda D. Lees 
Kelly Mowery Leitzel 
Deborah A. Lias 
Susan A. Lockard 
Thomas D. McColligan 
Susan Souders Mclntyre 
Ernest J. Meisel, Jr. 
Joseph F Melody 
Cynthia Melone Metz 
Sheri Snyder Metz 
Scott R. Moore 
Susan Kees Morgan 
Rhett M, Myers 
William N. Nivison 
Caroline R. Noelk 
Rachael Welsh Paden 
Patricia L. Pietchke 
David W. Powers 
Curtis E. Rimler 
Richard W. Rudd 
George D. Rudisill 
Joanna Moyer Rudisill 
Margaret Gutjahr Rumbaugh 
Karen L. Schoeller 
Robin Bach Scholl 
June Soyka 
Douglas J. Swanek 
Barbara A. Swenson 
Timothy L. Taylor 
Garth S. Torok 
Jeffrey R. Underkoffler 
Lori A. Vaningen 
Thomas A, Voll 
David J. Walker 
Suzanne Wilkinson Walker 
Lori B. Walther 
Barbara Wans 
Nessie Shively Watson 
Denise C Wenke 
Culette Crance Williams 
Karen Schmid Wilson 
Robert J. Zabransky, Jr. 



CLASS OF 1984 

Class Agent: Fredrick Cabell 
SUF: $1,970.00 

William E. Admire 
David W. Ardrey 
Ruth A. Athey 
Suzanne W. Babeuf 
Rodney J Bamford 
Henry L. Belcolle 
Leigh Braden Bentz 
Paul J. Bentz 
Timothy N. Bentz 
Anne L. Berger 
Andrew R, Bergh 
Brian C. Betz 
Barbara L, Biglow 
Laura A. Bryan 
Fredrick Cabell, Jr. 



Laurie Cunningham Cabell 
Janet M. Chesnutt 
Herbert W. Conover III 
Charlotte A. Debany 
Elizabeth J. Decker 
Susan F Dell 
Thomas Delia Badia 
Kevin M. Doyle 
Jon A. Dunkelberger 
Keith R. Duvin 
Pierre V. Duy 
Jennifer L. Fanelli 
Jay H, Feaster 
Kenneth E. Ferry 
Charles D. Fox 
Scott D Gabel 
Melissa J. Garretson 
Betty G. Gau 
William T Goulburn, Jr. 
Jamie B. Harris 
Pamela Schlerf Harshey 
Thomas V. Hinkson 
S. William Hinton 
Suzanne Carr Hinton 
Robert B. Hoffman 
Craig C. Howie 
Jane Fichner Hungarter 
Karen Hurlburt 
Melissa M. Jackson 
Gary R. Johnson 
Beverly L. Jones 
Charles C. Jordan 
Winifred M. Keller 
Harry L. Kostyk 
William C. Krohn 
Alisa M. Kunkel 
Nancy A. Lariviere 
Jonathan P. Laubach 
Suzanne P Leach 
Lisa C Ledeboer 
Thomas C Lempert 
Randall S. Lieberman 
Joanne M. Lubben 
Lise Cooper Maier 
Alane L. Maningo 
Lee J. McCarthy III 
Suzanne Reinbold Medence 
Diane L. Meickle 
Diane K, Mesloh 
Anna L, Milheim 
Linda S. Miller 
Michael P Mitchell 
Peter E, Moore 
Elizabeth A. Moran 
Mary M, Muscarelli 
Robert S, Nickey III 
Todd J. Owens 
John W. Purdy Jr 
Linda A. Reckenbeil 
Cynthia B. Robbins 
Linda E, Roemer 
Ann Sarandoulias 
Donna L. Schilling 
Karen G. Schoenegan 
David C. Scott 
Roberta L. Shade 
Sherri A. Shiflett 
Nanci G. Shreiner 
Richard E. Shriver 
Pamela J. Shultz 
Catherine A. Sieben 
Ashley Davis Skuria 
Teresa C. Sol 
Charles G. Soranno 
Kenneth H. Stettler 
George J. Stockburger 
Cheryl A. Syme 



Joseph S. Thomas 
John J, Turner, Jr. 
Lisa Kapustay Turner 
Stephen A. Vorel 
Elizabeth Allen Vought 
Lawrence L. Walsh 
Mark G. Walsh 
Randall W. Welfley 
William B. Welker 
Bruce C. Wilson 
Laura A. Young 



CLASS OF 1985 

Class Agent: Margaret Finley 
SUF: $2,952.50 

Carolyn S. Accardi 
Wendy L. Ammon 
Stephen S. Anderson 
Thomas W. Arnold 
Michael P. Bahner 
Carolyn M. Bastress 
Cynthia H Bauer 
David E. Bingaman 
Bonny M. Botvinick 
John C Campeau, Jr. 
Elissa M. Carol 
Kristin L. Carroll 
Jennifer L. Colson 
Stacey Esworthy Cook 
Douglas W. Cosgrove 
Deborah A. Darrah 
Kathryn R. Darwin 
Raymond K. Daugherty 
Pamela J. Deisher 
Scott E. Deitch 
Jeffrey W. Dentler 
Charles J. Dettmar 
Pamela M. Devito 
Blair R. Downie 
Bradley S. Erickson 
Leah G. Fahsbender 
Mario P. Ferraro, Jr. 
Mary A. Ferrie 
Margaret Anne Finley 
Brandon W, Forsyth 
Carmine J. Galdieri III 
Patricia E. Garrity 
Terri A. Gleichmann 
Joy D. Good 
Geraldine J. Gorman 
Kathleen M. Gorman 
Luanne Graybill 
Eileen G Gruebel 
Douglas R. Hall 
Scott T Hamm 
Patricia C Hanson 
Tracy W. Hart 
Linda M. Hay 



Scott K. Hayward 
Renee G. Hepler 
Douglas L Herrold 
John H. Hoare III 
Janet L. Holzhauer 
Ann E. Hubley 
Steven R, Jenkins 
Lori M. Kahan 
Gloria Bottiger Karchner 
William J. Kennedy. Jr. 
Caryn M. Kenny 
Terri L. Kern 
Darryl E. Lahr 
Cynthia A. Luer 
Joyce N. Luria 
Beth A. Mallison 
Kathleen L. Marshall 
Robert A. McDermott 
Jeff C Miller 
Meloney Lilley Morris 
Sally A. Murphy 
Curtis L. Narvesen 
Howard R. Nelson, Jr. 
Keith W. Newell 
David B Nolle 
Juliana H. O'Brien 
Carolyn J. Oberholtzer 
Christopher D. Pauley 
James F Penney 
LutzG, Pescht 
Kelly R Ramsdell 
Glenda S. Rennie 
Stephanie L. Riggs 
Michael E. Rilter 
Denise Rode Russell 
Mark L. Russell 
Lory D. Ryan 
Carolyn M. Schenk 
Kristen A. Schreiber 
Karen S, Schwille 
Robert D. Shaara 
Lisa A. Sheehan 
Andrew R. Siegel 
Linda L. Skinner 
Sandra L. Slemmer 
Karen L. Smith 
Kenneth B. Teats, Jr. 
John B. Tevlin, Jr. 
Karia J. Tillman 
Kathleen M. Villano 
Rodenc G, Vitty 
Michael D, Vought 
Claire V Waltking 
Faizah A Wells 
James C. Wendover 
Cheryl N. Wiley 
Douglas J. Wilkins 
Jennifer L. Wilson 
James W. Wisse 
K. Joy Wood 



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DONOR REPORT 

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Parents 



Mrs. Dorothy M. Acquaviva '87 
John and Menon Aherne '89 
Lawrence G and 

Carol Alderdice '86 
John Alkhas '89 
Robert E Almgren '89 
John M. and Barbara Amblelll '89 
Richard D- and 

Elaine Anderson '89 
Joseph A. and 

Helen C. Arduini '86 
Yale and Anne Arkel '89 
James Ashey '87 
Robert and Barbara Bakeman '89 
J. Paul and Karen Balas '88 
John and Sandra Bamman '86 
Joseph and Amy Baran '89 
Alan and Martha Barrick '87 
Robert V. Bartles '88 
Fred and Ann Basilli '88 
Fred and Nancy Baumann '89 
O.T. and Inez Beachley Jr '89 
Patricia Beauchamp '87 
Donald C. and Carole Beck '86 
Gilda Becker '88 
James and Barbara Benton '86 
Rev, & Mrs, Carl E. Bentz '87 
Kermit G, Bergey '89 
William R, and Janet L, Betz '89 
Robert N, Bianchi '87 
Edward R. and Barbara BimI '89 
Chester A, and 

Josephine Bishof '87 
James J. and Laurette C. Blair '86 
Justin G, and Karen M. Bland '86 
Leroy W, and Marian B. Book '88 
Speaker J, and Alvesta Boop '87 
Philip J, Bowers III '87 
James F. and 

Patricia A, Boynlon '88 
Andrew J, and 

DeLores Bozzelli '78 
James H, and Joan Bromley '89 
George and Ruth Broseman '89 
John M. and 

Patricia Brotherton '85 
David W. and Wendy Brown '86 
Franklin and Barbara Buckalew '89 
John J, and Edith Buckfelder, Jr '77 
Salvatore J, and Theresa Buffa '86 
Adeline and Lowell Burton '88 
Max F and Ann Buttenmuller '87 
leda Calich '89 
William C, Calvert, Jr '88 
Roger and Linda Castoral '89 
Louis and Felicia Cataldo '86 
Herbert C, and 

Deena Chamberlin '88 
Charles F Church, Jr, '87 
Henry M. and 

Margaret T. Clinton '86 
Robert H. and Julia A, Clouser '87 
Donald S, and Eula C, Coffey '88 
William H, Cole, Jr, '83 
Robert J. and 

Kathleen Connelly '87 
Ernest R, and Florence Conrad '87 
James J. and Martha Conway '88 
Paul M, and Roberta Cook '88 
Richard H. and Aria Cook '88 
George H. and 

Patricia M. Cooke '87 
Karen G, Cooley '90 
Richard M, and Sally Corbin '88 



Edmund R. and 

Elizabeth Cueman '86 
Peter C. Culos '88 
Glenn W, and Aleta Daniels '88 
Edward K, and Gail D, Davies '88 
Albert W. and Helen Davis '89 
Allan Dayton '88 
Jane L, Deakin '88 
George K. and 

Norma S, Decker '87 
Stephen and Patrice DeFelice '88 
Kenneth J. and 

Helen M. DeGraw '89 
Alex and Susan Del Bueno '89 
Albert M, and 

Anna M, Desousa '86-'89 
Norman J. and 

Margaret Dick. Jr '89 
L, Jean Dimond '89 
Robert W, DIouhy '89 
Edward J, and 

Dorothy T Dobzanski '89 
A,W, and Jean 

Dodsworth, Jr '87-'88 
Peter and Maria Doelp '86 
Francis J. and Yolanda Doerr '86 
Anthony F, Dombroski '88 
Carol Drummond '89 
James C, and Cora Dum '89 
Thomas and Dorothy Dwyer '89 
Harry and Ruth S, Eisenhauer II '89 
Jason M, and Patricia Elsas, Jr '89 
Joseph and Elva M, Elsman '89 
Edward R, and Carol Emerson '86 
Roberta Ernst '89 
George J, Esty '89 
Herbert J. and Pamela Etzold '89 
Marvin Euler '86 
George B. and 

Margaret Evans III '87 
Thomas L, and Lois Fagan, Jr '88 
Donald J, and Geraldine Eager '87 
Thomas C, and Kathleen Fallon '89 
George and Anne Fattman '88 
Herbert and Barbara Faust '87 
Paul L. and Lynne E. Fear '89 
Peter A, and Elizabeth Fernholz '88 
Robert W. and Lois Filbey '75 
Joseph F and Bernadette Flynn '87 
Joseph and Judith Foglia '86 
Henry and Barbara Forberg '89 
Harry L, and Gloria Foss '88 
Edgar M, Foster '88 
Marion L, Frank '88 
Walter and Eileen Frees '87 
Donald G and Jennifer Friars '87 
Donald G. and Grace Fritz '86 
Sylvia W, Fuller '87 
Ronald J, and Shirley Gable '88 
Dr, and Mrs, Herbert Gaither '88 
Camiine J, and Patricia Galdien '88 
Santo and Rita Garcia '89 
Bruce H, and Janet W, Garfield '89 
Henry R, and 

Patricia Gasull, Jr '88-89 
James A, and Joan H, George '87 
Sal T, and Gloria Giaimo '87 
Herbert W, and 

Ann Marie Glaser '88 
Stuart and Barbara Gnapp '89 
Karl D and Vera T Gordinier, Jr '88 
Elisabeth W, Gordon '86 
Russell and Madeline Gona '89 
James T and Marilyn L, 

Gormley '86 
William H. and Marilyn Gormley '86 
Reinhold J, and Miriam Greb '89 



Edgar and Doris Griffie '89 
Joseph A, and Kathleen Grimm '87 
James F, and Lois Gross '86 
Mary Jane Grow '89 
Nancy S, Guckes '87 
Donald L, and 

Beverly J, Guldner '86 
Thomas J, and Betsy Guzick '87 
Mr, and Mrs, Edward 
Hagelgans, Jr. '87 
Marlin E. Haines '88 
Patrick J. and Mary C. Hall '89 
Robert J. and 

Nancy D. Hamilton '89 
Mary Hanlon '88 
William D. and Donna Harbst '86 
Robert and Jane W. Harding '88 
Robert B. and I.V.E. Hargraves '87 
Ronald G. Harrington '89 
James F and Patricia Harris '87 
William C. and Dorothy M. Hart '88 
Charles R. and 

Starr K. Hagstrom '89 
John K. and Lucille J. Haubner '89 
Robert W, and Martha Hauhuth '86 
Lee R. and Diane Heffner '87 
Paul L. and Phyllis Heim '87 
Jay H. and Joan Herdling '88 
Mr and Mrs, Carl F Hesse '86 
J, Lawrence Higgins, Jr. '89 
Robert H. and Virginia Hirsch '86 
Harold A. and Gladys Hoeg '86 
Samuel and Georgia Hoff '86 
John E. and Susan Homestead '88 
William E. and Margaret Hosker '87 
D, Larry and Alice Ann House '86 
Lewis and Carol Ruber '89 
Richard and Susan Hughes '88 
Lee W, and Ann Hummel '89 
Frank E, Hurley '88 
Melvin E, and Alma Hyde '88 
Cosmo J, lacavazzi '89 
Philip L, and 

Mary Louise lampietro '78 
James Ignatieff '87 
Frederick and Donna Ikenson '86 
Jon T and Judith Innes '86 
Donna K. Jackson '89 
Davey L, and Shirley Jimison '89 
Eleanore B, Johnson '86 
Donald E, and Lorraine Jones '86 
Elaine W, Jones '89 
Frank and Barbara Junger '86 
John R Kallelis '88 
Joseph W, and Ruth Karoly '87 
Philip S, and Mary Keil '88 
Lloyd W, and 

Betty Jane Keiper, Jr '86 
Dona Keller '86 

David M, and Mary Rae Kelly '87 
William R, and 

Pamela Y. Kennedy '89 
Harry and Arlene O, Kenosian '86 
Roy C. and Alice M, Kissinger '86 
Arthur and Marion L. Kling '88 
Leonard and Ruth Knapp, Jr '89 
Donald S, and Gunilla Knutson '89 
Mr and Mrs, Donald Koenecke '77 
Eugene H, and Barbara S, Kopf '87 
Francis Kosa '88 
Samuel J, and Linda Kress, Jr '89 
Adrian W, and Mary Krzykowski '88 
John C, and 

Mildred Ann Kuhn, Jr. '87 
Mr and Mrs, Frank Kymer '89 
F,W, and Donna Lackland '88 
Hartley and Mary Jo LaDuke '88 



John M, and Karen Lafferly '87 
Charies L, and Ruth C. Lain '87-'88 
Robert L, Lande '87 
Howard J, and 

Katherine Langan '88 
Marianne B. Layng '89 
James J. and Agnes M. Leary '87 
Arthur L, and 

Joanne W, Legar, Jr '87 
Fred M. Legge '86 
Ronald J. and Jeanne Leib '86 
John W. Leitgeb '88 
Charles B. and Annavee Leslie '80 
Howard and Carole Lichterman '89 
James R, and 

Alba L, Logan, Jr. '88 
George E. and Barbara Lucas '88 
Frederick and Chariotte Ludwig '87 
George Lussier, Jr '89 
Dennis J, and Patricia A, Lynch '87 
Brennan G. and Mary Lytle '86 
Simeon and Mary Margolis '86 
Vincent N. and 

Charlotte Marino '87 
G. Tyson and Anita G. Maroon '88 
William L. and Linda Martin '88 
David and Judith Mayo '86 
Thomas J. and 

Mary McCaffery '87-'88 
Cornelius P. and 

Lynn McCarthy '87 
Connie T McClymont '87 
James W. and Ellen J, McCourt '87 
Martin B, and 

Lynne F McGonigle '89 
George McKay '89 
Paul A, and 

Nancy S. McLaughlin '87 
Jack H, McNairy '88 
Joseph A. and Ann McNulty '87-'90 
James M, and 

Janet M, McRoberts '86 
Paul and Patti Meier, Jr, '86 
Donald and Joy Merryman '89 
Harry C, and Donna Meyer '89 
Derry B, and Jeanne Michael '88 
Robert A, and Sandra M, Miller '88 
Richard and Karen Minnich '89 
Warren 0, and Cynthia Mitchell '86 
Dayne P and Phyllis Morgan '89 
Ralph A, and Claire Moscatello '88 
Robert and Mary Jane Moyer '87 
John J. and Marie Mulcahy. Jr '88 
Maywood J. and 

Maryland Myers '86 
Anthony D. and Sally Nazzaro '89 
Robert F Neuberger '86 
Barry and Shirley Noble '87 
Thomas J. Nolan '86 
Charles S, and 

Mildred Nowosielski '87 
Richard and Mary Ohr '86 
Charles E, and Carol Orr '86 
Henry and Grace Paltrineri '88 
Peter A, and Laura Parisi '86 
Thomas L, and Linda Perry '89 
Mr and Mrs, Robert D. Pierson '88 
Joseph C, and 

Frances Pisciotta '89 
Themio and Shirley Plakos '86 
Donald R and Elizabeth Pluta '87 
Ralph J, Pocaro '86 
Rosalyn Pocaro '86 
Martin and Pauline E, Pope '86-'88 
Donald and Joyce Pors '89 
Preben and Barbara Poulsen '89 
Harry L. Powers '86 



Patrons of the 
Arts 

Througfi special gifts of $250 and 
$150 respectively, a number of 
persons and businesses became 
Grand Patrons and Patrons of the 
Arts, helping Susquehanna Univer- 
sity to continue a truly outstanding 
and ambitious program of Artist 
Series performances and other 
artistic events. Others, through gifts 
of $50 and $25. were Sponsors and 
Friends of the Arts. Susquehanna 
students, staff, and thousands of 
guests and area residents thus 
enjoyed a variety of high quality 
entertainment and cultural presenta- 
tions at the University in 1985-86. 

Grand Patrons of the 
Arts: 

Lawrence M. and 

Louise Kresge Isaacs 
Carl and Alice Rice 

Patrons of ttie Arts: 

Henry Albright 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald Beckie 

Theresa Shipman Beers 

John and Jane Carpenter 

Joel and Trudy Cunningham 

Mr, and Mrs. John Dagle 

Dr and Mrs, John E, Deitrick, Jr, 

James and Eunice Heistand 

Bill and Lois Hutko 

Richard and Frayda Kamber 

Mr, and Mrs, Michael Kivko 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Laubach 

Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Lauf 

Mrs. John C, McCune II 

Dr. and Mrs. John Moran 

Bruce and Doria Nary 

Martha D. and Edward T. Nichols 

NCB Bank, Middleburg 

Gladys W. Phillips 

Truman H. Purdy 

Mr and Mrs. Edward S. Rogers 

Mr and Mrs. Daniel W. Rohrbaugh 

Marvin and Raven Rudnitsky 

Harry and Betty Snook 

Snyder County Trust Company 

Cyril and Leona Stretansky 

Mr. and Mrs. George R.F Tamke 

Dorothy G. Wilson 

Mr and Mrs. John Yago, Jr 

Friends of the Arts: 

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Carr 
The Reverend Dr and Mrs, Ted 

Lindquist 
Madella Rigby Maurer 
Caroline Neyhart 
M. Jane Schnure 
William and Marge Witkop 
Vaughn and Sandra Wolf 

Hugh M, and Elizabeth Quigley '86 
N, David and Virginia Rahal '87 
John M, and Edith D, Rea '87 
Edmund and Lynn Redsecker '87 
Robert M, and Carol Reed '89 
Donald W, Reynolds '88 
James D, and Nancy Rhoads '86 



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W. Ernest and Edith Rich '88 
Donald C. and 

Nancy Richardson '88 
Robert and Louise RInaldl '89 
Mr, and Mrs. Grant Ringler '87 
Robert W. and Marilyn Roland '89 
Robert C. and Natalie Rooke '82 
Thomas R Rooney '89 
Paul F. Rose '86 
Robert J. Rudolf '87 
Robert J. and Mary Lou Russell '88 
Philip A, and 

Barbara G, Ruziska '89 
Thomas and Rose Sansonetti '86 
Robert and Joan Sarsony '89 
Carl and Mary Savino '87 
Joseph C. and Helen Scala '88 
Walter and Barbara Schickram '88 
Peter E. and 

Katherine L. Schilling '86 
Frederick and Barbara Schlegel '87 
Alan D. and Carolyn D. Schmalz '87 
Ronald and 

Eleanor J. Schoener '86 
Herman D, and 

Delores Schoepe '88 
John J, and Agnes Schroeder '89 
Thomas E. and 

Elizabeth Schukis '89 
Robert M. and Barbara L. Scola '88 
Andrew and Janet S. Secor '87 
Harry and June Seifert '89 
John B. and Joan Seville '87 
Robert and Alma F. Sheaffer '76 
Jeanne Budde Simmons '86 
Edmund M. and 

Patricia R. Skarbek '87 
Edward H. Smith '87 
Frederick and Judith Smyser II '89 
Charles F. Snyder, Jr '87 
George D, and Rose Snyder '88 
Sogi and Alice Soder '89 
Mr, and Mrs, Philip Spector '89 
Setton and Ann Stallard '89 
C, Dale and Sally Steinmetz '89 
Robert F and Janet Stewart '88 
Joseph and Alice Stuart '89 
Nathaniel H, and 

Jane H, Sutcliffe '88 
Ernest F and K, Lenore Svetec '86 
John I, and Mary Lou Sweigard '87 
Edwin M, and Doris Szala '87 
Wayne and Shirley Talhelm '86 
Angelo J, and Beverly Talluto '89 
Elizabeth Taylor '87 
Charles I, Tenney '87 
Jay R, and 

Kathleen Thatcher, Jr, '89 
Wilbur and Ursula Thiele '89 
Edward R, and Joan T Thomas '87 
Milton G. and 

Lois B, Thompson '86 
Harold A, and 

Sara S, Thomson. Jr, '89 
John J, and Geraldine Tirpak II '88 
George and Kathleen Tirpak '89 
Thomas M. and Joan Tollinger '89 
Mario J, and Saralee Tomei '86 
R. Noel and Elaine J. Turner '88 
Allan R, and Virginia Turner '87 
Foster and Lois Ulrich '87 
Fred L, and Jeanne Van Steen '87 
Rodney L and Jo-Ann Ventura '89 
John S, and Mary Vickers '88 
Jay R, and Carol C, Vincent '88 
Robert R and Joan E Vivian '87 
David G, and Carolyn Volk '88 



Fred K, Von Hillebrandt '86 
Howard G, and 

Barbara H, Wachenfeld '87 
L. Gordon and 

Christena Wagner '89 
Michael and Lillyann Walker '87 
James J, and Shirley Walsh '89 
George E. and Marilyn Walter '87 
John A, and Patricia Warehime '87 
Franklin E, Warren '88 
Howard H, and Martha Weaner '82 
William E, and Ann Weaver '89 
George F Weidle '89 
Mr and Mrs, John B, Weiss '89 
Russell F and Leigh D, Wells '87 
John and Colette Wengryn '86 
Edwin S. White '86 
Elfriede Wilkens '86 
Richard J, and Gayle Wilson '89 
James R, and Joyce Wither '88 
Joseph and Loretta Witt '89 
Joseph A, and 

Frances M, Wolfe '88 
Kathie E, Wolland '88 
Lewis S, and Beverly Wonsidler '87 
George and Anne Yoggy '86 
Robert and Sandra Young '88 
Michael and Lois Zarra '87 
Bruce and Harriet Ziegler '89 
Frank J, and M, Sue Zmuda '89 
Louis and Doris Zucca. Jr, '88 



Friends, Faculty 
and Staff 

Lawrence A, Abler 

Norman W. and Betty M. Ackley 

Agnes Adam 

Arlin M, Adams hc'85 

Dorothy M, Anderson '62 

Sidney and Carole Apfelbaum 

Jessica Ayars 

Jane F, Barlow 

Stuart E, Barstad hc'86 

Robert M, Bastress '39 

Jean Beamenderfer '39 

Donald W, and Carolyn Beckie 

Thomas S, and Emma D, Beckley 

Theresa R, Beers 

Carl J, and Pat Bellas 

Frederick W, and Eleanor Bisbee 

James A,'63 and 

Martha Barker '70 Blessing 
Helen Blough 
Gloria Angeli Blue '82 
Mrs, Harold Bollinger 
George C, and Carol Boone 
Paul and Lucile Bossart 
Robert L, and Carol Bradford 
Edwin B. Bronner hc'74 
John L, Bruch 
Joseph B. Bulick, estate 
Nancy A. Cairns 
John A. and Jane C, Carpenter 
Charles H, '52 and 

Voylet Dietz '52 Carr 
Wendell and Flora Carr 
Mary Cianni 
Margaret Clark 
John C, Cooper 
Lillian Crawford 
Dr. and Mrs, EC Cunningham 
Mr and Mrs. J.P Cunningham 
Joel and Trudy Cunningham 



John W, and Gladys Dagle 

Kathleen H. and Robert Dalton 

Preston B, and Isabelle Davis 

Mary B. De Stafney 

Charles B, Degenstein hc'82 

Galen H. and Deanna Deibler 

Scott Deitch '85 

Ruth Deitrich 

John E, and Carle Deitrick 

Connie N, Delbaugh 

Thomas Diehl 

Ronald L, and Christine Dotterer 

Clara Jean Doubt 

Louis F, Dreibelbis 

Milton and Gladys Dumeyer 

Harold A, Dunkelberger hc'79 

Robert and Audrey Dysland 

Charles C. and Charlotte Eberly 

Janet V. Enders 

Samuel H. and Dorothy Evert 

Hans E, and Barbara Feldmann 

Ellen P. Fenstermaker 

Patricia Fishbein 

Cynthia Fisher 

Kenneth 0. and Irene Fladmark 

Joyce Flaherty 

Frank W. and Joan Fletcher 

Edna Frandsen 

Grace M. Freas 

Walter B. and Natalie Freed 

Friends of John Grebe, deceased 

Charles and Joyce M, Gardner 

Boyd and Jane Gibson 

Gynith C, Gitfin 

Viola K, Gilbert 

Gerald R. and Betty Gordon 

George F. and Helen V, Grebe 

Howard J. and Marion L. Greene 

Warren and Charlotte Groce 

Fred A, and Sherrill Grosse 

Rev, Dr, James E, Gunther 

George L, Haller hc'63 

George F, Harkins ho '71 

John E, Harkins 

William E, Harkins he '75 

Donald J, Harnum 

Elizabeth M. Harris 

Randolph P. and Carol Harrison 

Susan Hegberg 

James R. and Eunice Heistand 

Alice M, Henry 

Stephen R. Herrold '69 

Helen B, Hester 

Edna B, Hicks 

Henry and Jane Hood 

David E, and Marie Horlacher 

John C. Horn hc'65 

Donald D, and Grace Housley 

Orlando W, Houts 

Patricia R. Hunsicker 

W. Murray Hunt, Jr. 

D. Edgar '34 and Aberdeen 

Phillips '34 Hutchison 
Lawrence M. '43 and 

Louise Kresge '45 Isaacs 
Lorraine Johnson 
Ruth H. Johnson 
Russell M, and Mildred Johnston 
Richard and Frayda Kamber 
Frank S, and Hilda Karniol 
William and Lynne Karniol 
Pamela Grow Keiser '83 
Virginia Kendall 
Martha E. Kerns, estate 
John and Sara Kirkland 
Michael and Frances Kivko 
Robert W, Koons hc'58 




Charles and Jane Kunes 
Bertha M. Larson 
Charles A. Laubach. Jr. 
Robert E and Betty Lauf 
Barbara A, Lewis 
David W, and 

Bonnie Eiker '70 Lightcap 
Theodore Lindquist hc'75 
Marcia Y Lorand hc'81 
Eugene and Jane Isaacs Lowe 
Richard H, and Margaret Lowright 
Greg and Debb Lutz 
Jean Lynch 
Thelma Martinec 
Madella R. Maurer 
Gertrude May 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune '43 
Thomas F. and Jenny McGrath 
Robert x'45 and Genevieve Mease 
Dorothy C. Meyer 
John R, and Joan Miller 
James R, and Helen Misanin 
Jean Mitchell 
Esther E. Momrow 
Billy and Clyde Montgomery 
Paul A, Morelock 
Robert G, and Gerburg Mowry 
Mrs, Webster G, Moyer 
Ged Muhly 

Bruce L. and Doria Nary 
Caroline Neyhart 
Edward Nichols 
Robert E, and Helen Nylund 
Harold C and Nancy O'Connor 
John and Barbara Pagana 
George L, and Marie Pamental 
Dorothy B, Porter hc'71 
Neil H, and Mary Potter 
Joan B, Price 

Purdy Insurance Agency, Inc, 
Saul and Florence Putterman 
Mrs, Charles Rahter 
Nathalia P Rantzow 
Richard C, Rantzow 
Robert U, and Nancy Redpath 
Otto and Beulah Reimherr 
Wilhelm and Ruth Reuning 
Frank D, '54 and Linda Richards 
Maureen Davenport Ries '85 
William O, '29 and Ruth Roberts 
Edward S, '42 and 

Blanche Forney '42 Rogers 
Daniel W, and Gladys Rohrbaugh 
Henry W, Rozenberg hc'73 
Lynn M. Sarf '77 



Genevieve Sarra 
Frances S. Sassaman 
Joseph J. and Karol Scartelli 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman 

Schauwecker 
Robert R. and Martha Schell 
Robert E. Schellberg hc'70 
Howard H. Schnure 
M Jane Schnure '39 
Erick O. Schonstedt 
Harold J. and Ann Schriver 
E. Raymond Shaheen '37 
Leroy R. Sharer 
Marie Shempp 
Jeanne Shipe 

James B. and Barbara Smillie 
Alex Smith 
Ruth J. Smith hc'82 
Harry L. and Betty Snook 
Robert O and Violet Soper 
Amos A. Stagg, Jr 
R. Terrance and Nancy H, Stanton 
Evelyn Stevens 
Marie H, Stratmann 
Cyril M. and Leona Stretansky 
Reuben T Swanson hc'81 
Robert G. Swanson 
Mr. and Mrs. George R.F Tamke 
Maurice D. Taylor hc'80 
Frederick D. Ullman 
N.J.C Vasantkumar 
Maria Viks 

Diane Herbert Wall '86 
Alan R. Warehime hc'82 
Gustave W. Weber hc'77 
Robert F. and Patricia Weis 
Gary R. Wentzel 
Richard F and Florence Wesner 
Dan A. and Sally Wheaton 
Pamela L. White 
David N. and Judie Wiley 
Elizabeth Wiley 
Robert and Dorothy Wilhour 
Elizabeth Williamson, estate 
Dorothy G. Wilson 
Amelia C Winter 
Thomas and Phyllis Wissinger 
William and Marjorie Witkop 
Aileen Witmer 

Vaughn A. '67 and Sandra J. Wolf 
Dorothy M. Wright 
John and Barbara Yago 
John and Martha Zeller 
Alma A. Zollo 
Roberta and Walter L. Zweifler 



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Gifts In Kind 

Lawrence A Abler 

AT&T 

Nelson Bailey 

Cecilia Collell 

Harry E. Garvin 

Viola Gllben 

George and Margaret Harris 

Mary E. Hill 

Jack Holt 

John C Horn 

Dale Hurllman 

Eleanor M. Imperato 

Lawrence M. and 

Louise Kresge Isaacs 
Richard Kamber 
The Honorable Peter Krehel 
NAIER 
Bruce Nary 
William Perrige 
Grant Scheider 
Earl Severs 
Helen Shelton 
Snyder County Conservation 

District 
Nathaniel Spear, Jr. 
Mark Wilson 
Hervert G. Wittels 



Business and 
Industry 

AMP Incorporated 

ARA Services, Inc. 

Bastian Tire Sales 

Bilger Fuels 

BKW Coach Line 

Mr. Carnien, Inc. 

Cellitti Moving & Storage Co. 

Central Builders Supply 

Central Pennsylvania Savings 

Association 
Coca-Cola Mid-Atlantic 

Bottling Co, 
Richard C. Cox Agency, Inc. 
D.J.'s Family Pizzeria 
John Dagle Jewelry 
The Daily Item 
Deans Oil Co., Inc. 
Dogwood Hill Nursery, Inc. 
J.B. Donahoe Interiors 
Gettig Technologies, Inc. 
Golden Corral Family Restaurant 
Governor Snyder Mansion 
William F Groce, Inc. 
Hanover Brands, Inc. 
Karchner, Amerman and 

Associates 
Keller Marine Service, Inc. 
J. Kleinbauer, Inc. 
Kay Koch's Bride's Bouquet 
Kratzer Oil Co 
Kreamer Feed Store 
Kulzlown Publishing Co., Inc. 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
Mary Macintosh 
H.R McGinley, Inc. 
Medical & Surgical Center, Inc 
Middleswarth Kitchen Fresh Chips 
Mohawk Flush Doors 
Drs. M, Munir and M. Samad 
Bob Newman, Inc. 



Northway Industries, Inc. 
Old Trail Fabric Center 
Optometric Office 
On Packagings, Inc. 
Penn Lyon Homes, Inc. 
Penn Valley Printing Co. 
Pennsylvania Power & Light 

Company 
Pennsylvania Gas and Water Co. 
Phillips Industries 
Phillips Motel 
The Picture Place 
Portion Pack Food Service, Inc. 
Purdy Insurance Agency, Inc. 
Rea & Derick, Inc. 
Rhoads Mills 
Rosenblums, Inc. 
Sears Roebuck Foundation 
Architecture By Seiple 
Selmax Corp. 

Shaffer & Son Insurance Agency 
Silvertip 

Smellz Auto Sales Co. 
Snyder County Trust Co. 
Stroehmann Brothers Co. 
Sunbury Broadcasting 

Corporation -WKOK, WQKX 
Sunbury Textile Mills, Inc. 
Swineford National Bank 
Tedds Landing, Inc. 
Universal Suppliers, Inc. 
Valley Farms Dairy 
Valley Toyota AMC Jeep Renault 
Village TV & Stereo 
Walnut Acres, Inc. 
Weis Markets, Inc. 
Wheeland Jewelers 
Dr and Mrs. David Wilson 
Wood Metal Industries, Inc. 
WYGL Radio 

Warren W. York & Co., Inc. 
Young Door Co. 



Foundations and 
Corporations 

American Express Foundation 
Anna Bohorad Trust 
Carpenter Foundation 
Exxon Foundation 
Faylor Foundation 
Foundation For Independent 

Colleges 
G Scott & Bessie K. Guyer 

Foundation 
Hagedorn Fund 
Hall Foundation 
Kline Foundation, Inc. 
Christian R. & Mary F Lindback 

Foundation 
National Endowment for the 

Sciences 
Pew Memorial Trust 
Presser Foundation 
Margaret L. Wendt Foundation 
Whitaker Foundation 
York Container Foundation 



Churches and 
Organizations 

Aid Association For Lutherans 



The Allegheny Lutheran Home 
American Academy of Arts & 

Sciences 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Evangelical Lutheran Church 
Hershey Trinity Lutheran Church 
Lutheran Church In America 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
Pennsylvania Humanities Council 
Shiloh Lutheran Church 
St. Mark's Lutheran Church 
St. John's Lutheran Church 
St. Paul's Evangelical 

Lutheran Church 
Susquehanna Arts Society 
Theta Chi Fraternity 
Transfiguration Lutheran Church 
Women's Auxiliary 
Zion Lutheran Church 

l\1atching Gifts 

Susquetianna University is 
pleased to recognize and express 
thanks to those companies tfiat 
matched gifts of employees or their 
spouses during the 1985-85 fund 
year. Corporate Matching Gift 
programs serve to double, triple or 
even quadruple the impact of a 
donation made to the University, 
and are an increasingly valuable 
funding source to Susquehanna. 

Susquehanna thanks those 
alumni, parents and friends who 
initiated matching gifts through 
their employers. 

Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 
Aid Association For Lutherans 
Air Products and Chemicals 
ALCOA Foundation 
Allied Corporation 
American Airlines 
American Broadcasting Co. 
American Cyanamid Co. 
American Hoechst Corporation 
American International Group, Inc. 
Amoco Foundation Inc. 
AMP Incorporated 
ARA Services, Inc. 
Armstrong Rubber Co. 
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 
Associated Dry Goods Corp. 
AT&T Foundation 
Atlantic Richfield Foundation 
Automatic Data Processing 
Avery International 
Bank of Pennsylvania 
Bankers Trust Co. 
Bell Atlantic 

Bell Communication Research 
Bell of Pennsylvania 
Best Products Co., Inc. 
Bethlehem Steel Corp. 
Black & Decker, Inc. 
The Boeing Company 
Borden Foundation, Inc. 
Brunswick Foundation, Inc. 
Burroughs Corporation 
Cabot Corporation 
Foundation, Inc. 
Capital Holding Corp. 
Carter Wallace, Inc. 
Carteret Savings 
Chesebrough-Pond's Inc. 



Chevron Matching Gifts Plan 

Chubb & Sons. Inc. 

Citibank 

Coca-Cola Mid-Atlantic Bottling Co. 

Combustion Engineering 

Continental Corp. Foundation 

Coopers & Lybrand Foundation 

Corning Glass Works Foundation 

The Cranston Foundation 

Crum & Forster 

Deloitte Haskins & Sells 
Foundation 

Digital Equipment Corporation 

Dow Chemical USA 

Dow Jones & Co., Inc. 

Duke Power Co. 

Dun & Bradstreet Co. Foundation 

Eastern Gas and Fuel Associates 

Educators Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. 

Emhart Corporation 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 

Ernst & Whinney 

Exxon Foundation 

Federated Department Stores, Inc. 

Fidelity Bank 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Company 

First Interstate Bank of California 

Ford Motor Company Fund 

Fulton Bank 

GEICO Insurance Group 

General Defense Corporation 

General Electric Foundation 

General Telephone & Electronics 

PH. Glatfelter Co. 

Gould. Inc, 

Great Northern Nekoosa Corp. 

Gulf & Western Foundation 

Harper & Row Publishers, Inc. 

Harris Foundation 

Hartford Insurance Group 
Foundation, Inc. 

Hershey Fund 

Hewlett Packard 

Historical Times, Inc. 

Honeywell Fund 

IDS/American Express, Inc. 

Ingersoll-Rand 

International Business 
Machines Co. 

International Telephone & 

Telegraph 
Irving One Wall Street 

Foundation, Inc. 
Itek Optical Systems 
James River Corporation 
John Hancock Mutual Life 

Insurance Co. 
Johnson & Higgins 
Johnson & Johnson 
K-Mart Stores 
Keebler Company 
Kennametal Foundation 
Kidder Peabody Foundation 
Kinney Shoes 

Knight Ridder Newspapers, Inc, 
Lenox Incorporated 
Lever Brothers Co, 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
Mack Trucks, Inc, 
Marine Midland Bank, NA 
Martin Marietta Corporation 
Mellon Bank 
Merck Foundation 
Meridian Bank 

Meridian Title Insurance Company 
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 



Midlantic National Bank 

Mobil Foundation, Inc. 

Montgomery Ward & Co. 

Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of NY 

Nabisco, Inc. 

National Gypsum Company 

National Grange Mutual Ins., Co. 

Nationwide Foundation 

Nationwide Insurance Co. 

NCNB Corporation Charities 

NCR Foundation 

New England Telephone 

New Jersey Bell 

New York Stock Exchange 

New York Telephone Company 

North American Philips Corp. 

Oakite Products 

Oneida Silversmiths 

Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp. 

Pacific Telesls 

Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Foundation 

Pennsylvania Power & Light 
Company 

Pennwalt Foundation 

Pfizer, Inc, 

Philadelphia National Bank 

Philip Morris 

Price Waterhouse Foundation 

Proctor and Gamble 

Prudential Foundation 

PSFS 

Public Service Electric & Gas Co. 

Raytheon Company 

RCA Records 

Reliance Group Holdings, Inc. 

Rexnord Foundation, Inc, 

R.J, Reynolds Industnes, Inc. 

Richardson-Vicks, Inc. 

Rohm & Haas Co. 

Rorer Group, Inc. 

Royal Insurance 

Ryder System, Inc. 

Sandoz, Inc. 

Santa Fe Southern Pacific 
Foundation 

Sara Lee Foundation 

Schering-Plough Foundation, Inc. 

Scott Paper Company Foundation 

L. Shellenberger & Sons, Inc. 

Shera/in Williams Foundation 

LB. Smith Educational 
Foundation 

Smith Kline Foundation 

South Carolina National Bank 

Southern California Gas Company 

Southern Company Services 

Southern New England Telephone 

Squibb Corporation 

The St. Paul Companies, Inc. 

State Farm Companies Foundation 

Sterling Drug, Inc. 

Stone & Webster. Inc. 

Stop and Shop Foundation 

Tambrands, Inc. 

Texas Eastern Transmission Corp. 

Textron, Inc, 

Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc, 

Travelers Insurance Co. 

TRW, Inc. 

Union Carbide Corporation 

United Jersey Banks 

United States Borax & Chemical 

Corporation 
United Technologies 
United Telephone System 
Vanguard Group, Inc. 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 



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Warner Lambert Co. 
Washington National 

Insurance Co. 
Westlnghouse Educational 

Foundation 
Westvaco 
Xerox Foundation 
Yellow Freight System Foundation 



Memorial Gifts 



Susquehanna gratefully accepts 
memorial gifts made to honor 
family, friends, or classmates. 
Throughout the years, many donors 
have found that the University is a 
most appropriate place to name and 
establish such memorials as 
endowed scholarships and loan 
funds, buildings and parts of 
buildings, library book funds, 
general and department endowed 
funds, endowed academic awards 
and prizes, and fine art pieces. 
Unrestricted grants are also 
most welcome. 

The University is appreciative of 
the memorial gifts received during 



1985-86 and for other contributions 
received during the same period in 
honor of persons who are living. 

Bequests: 

Joseph B. Bulicl< 
William T. Declfer 
Martha E. Kerns 
Beatrice F, Rettinger 
Elizabeth Williamson 

in Honor Of: 

Joel Cunningham 
Charles Degenstein 
Paul Haines '31 
Janet Harkins '36 
Lawrence M, '43 and 
Louise Kresge '45 Isaacs 



Hilda Karniol 

E. Raymond Shaheen 

Shirley Stehlin '39 



in l\/lemory Of: 

Timothy E, Barnes '35 
Roger M Blough '25 
Harold Bollinger '39 
Russell Carmichael '34 
Charles P. Deitricl< '61 
Carol Dewesbury 
Kenneth Donnahoo x'87 
Charles Eberly III '65 
H. Vernon Feaster '36 
Dorothy Gaskins '36 
Russell Gilbert 
John Grebe '65 
John C and Sallie Herrold 



William Hoke x'36 
Euphemia Brown Kerns '14 
Lois Long '36 
Carol Weber McLucas 
John McCune '37 
Eugene Mitchell '36 
Mary Gertrude Oglesby 
Charles A. Rahler 
Robert Sassaman '36 
Alice Pope Shade 
Mr and Mrs. Luther Shearer 
LaRue Shempp '36 
Jack P Shipe '40 
Clyde R. Spitzner '37 
Nancy Schell Taylor 
IB Walker 

Mr and Mrs. Joseph Weber 
George R. Wentzel '33 
Deborah Wissinger '76 
Warren L. Wolf '31 




SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

24 



Members of the 1985-86 
National Committee on 
Annual Giving 

Larry Isaacs '43. Chairperson 
Douglas Arthur '49 
Hazel Brown '51 
Leslie Butler '62 
Carl Campbell '65 
Richard Caruso '65 
William Davenport '53 
Charles (Rusty) Flack '76 
Robert Gabrenya '40 
William Kramer '67 
Raymond Lauver '50 
Peter Nunn '57 
Leah Oberheim '47 
Edward Pfeiffer '50 
Christopher Rooke '82 
Samuel Ross '54 
Louis Santangelo '50 
Nevin Shaffer '49 
James Summers '65 
Donald Wissinger '50 



Members of the 1985-86 Parents 
Executive Committee 

Ronald and Jeanne Leib, Chairpersons, Lancaster, PA 
Richard and Joan Cawthorne, Summit. NJ 
Donald and Geraldine Fager, New Canaan, CT 
Tom and Jacqueline Gossett, Upper Montclair, NJ 
Robert and Jane Harding, Port Washington, NY 
Paul and Phyllis Heim. Lewisburg, PA 
John and Susan Homestead, Far Hills, NJ 
Carl and Shirley Kleckner, Gladwyne, PA 
Maywood (Spike) and Maryland Myers, 

Hopeville Junction, NY 
Alexander and Margaret Perritt, Hightstown, NJ 
David and Mary Ann Richards, Danville. PA 
George and Rose Marie Snyder, Richfield. PA 
Wayne and Shirley Talhelm, Greencastle, PA 
James and Agnes Ward, Huntington. NY 



Class of 1936 Reunion Gift Committee 

Janet Harkins 
Jim Grossman 
Ralph Shockey 
Anna Wagner Mease 
LaRue Shempp (deceased) 
Eugene Mitchell (deceased) 



Senior Class Pledge Program Volunteers 




Douglas Yago, Class Agent 

Christopher Wilkens, Off-Campus Co-Agent 

Kimberly Gormley, On-Campus Co-Agent 

Karen Andersen, Team Captain 

Peter Cavanaugh, Team Captain 

Stephen Euler, Team Captain 

Stephanie Foglia, Team Captain 

Diane Hoeg, Team Captain 

Elizabeth Hoyle, Team Captain 

Diane Braisted, Team Captain 

Carol Schneider, Team Captain 

Robert Slifer, Team Captain 

Elizabeth Whitham, Team Captain 

Sandra Bartle 

Amy Bauman 

Nancy Benton 

Steve Berlotta 

Elizabeth Biehl 

Julie Bland 

Brenda Bollinger 

Joseph Boileau 

James Brown 

Kelly Doerr 

Thomas Doherty 

Karen Doty 

Janice Dunphy 

Robin Emerson 

Leslie Feil 

Susan Gorsuch 



Stacey Grady 
Michael Gress 
Caroline Hackel 
Robert Hartmann 
Eric Hesse 
Patricia Hill 
Mary Lou Hoopmann 
Cori Hoover 
Leanne Jacone 
Cathy Jones 
Bradford Jubin 
Robin Kelly 
Andrea Mahmud 
Robert Maguire 
Scott Mayo 
Peter McElvogue 
Laura McGinty 
Barbara Nolan 
Jeffrey Olson 
Lisa Pego 
Jill Roberts 
Suzanne Rose 
Kimberly Rubio 
John Samonetti 
Carol Schneider 
Karen Studebaker 
Deb Tarr 
Kimberly Tierney 
Debra Wiley 



"I think the tremendous increases we've 
seen in the Susquehanna University Fund 
has been the direct result of alumni and 
friends recognizing the progress Susque- 
hanna has made in recent years, and their 
desire to see that progress continued. ' ' 

Larry Isaacs 

1985-86 Chairperson 

National Committee on Annual Giving 



Business and Industry Volunteers for 1985-86 



Fred Kelly '66, Chairperson 

Walter Anderson 

Gerald Aumiller 

Kathy Aumiller 

Edward Barben '78 

Richard Bilger 

Frederick Bisbee 

Willard Bowen '69 

Raymond Bowen 

Howard Campbell 

John Dagle 

Richard Erdley 

Richard '56 and Mollie Eyster 

George Fecker '72 

Karen Hackman '78 

James Heistand 

Joe Kleinbauer '63 

Norm Lauer '62 



Kenneth Mease 'X50 
Paul Morelock 
George Park 
Rik Paulsen 
Edward Pfeiffer '50 
William Purdy 
Chris Purdy 
Truman Purdy 
Robert Singer 
Ray Smeltz 
Robert Soper 
Jack Treas 
Henry Truslow 
Richard Viens 
David Wilson 
William Witkop 
Harold Woelfel, Jr 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

25 



Triple it— or more! 



That's right. ..you can literally double the dollar value of your gift to tfie college or 
university of your cfioice if you work for one of tfie firms listed, or many of their 
divisions, subsidiaries, or affiliated companies. 

All of the companies listed will match your gift to four-year colleges and universi- 
ties. Use the key to determine if your company will match gifts to other higher educa- 
tion institutions as well. 

To make your match, simply obtain a form from your company's t^^atching Gift 
Coordinator (usually in the personnel or community relations department) and send 
it along with your gift to the institution you choose. Your company's Matching Gift 
Coordinator can also answer any further questions you may have about this 
program. 

It's possible that your company has a matching gift program even if it is not listed 
here. Why not ask? 

It's as easy as It sounds, so make your dollars double by taking advantage of your 
company's Matching Gift Program today After all, America's Energy is Mindpower. 
Join in partnership with your company in support of America's greatest resource. 

© 1986 Council tor Advancement and Support ot Education 



Key 


u 


—Four-year Colleges and Universities Eligible 


J 


Junior Colleges Eligible 


c 


—Community Colleges Eligible 


G 


—Graduate and Professional Schools Eligible 


R 


—Seminaries and Theological Schools Eligible 


T 


-Technical and Specialized Schools Eligible 


All 


—All Six Types ol Institutions Eligible 


LIM 


—Inside ( )— Limited to Specific Institutions 


LIM 


—Outside ( (—Limited to Specific Employees 


Pr 


-Private Institutions Only 


A 


—Previous or Current Affiliation with School Required 


d 


—Non-employee Directors of Company eligible 


r 


—Retired Employees Eligible 


s 


—Spouses Gift Eligible 




—Companies Added Since Last Year 


Italics 


—Greater than 1 to 1 f^atch 



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Cos 



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(Ml.d.s 

Bs lAllM.rs 


AS 


AOel/Co Foundation. Inc. 



im.d.r 
AbejcCofp (Alll,r 
Adams Harkness & Hilt Inc (All) 
Advanced Micro Devices (U.G).s 

AerogiideCorp (U.G.UMyA 
Aeroiel General (J.C.U.G) 
The Aerospace Corp IAJI).d.s 
Aetna Lite & Casualty (All),d.r.s 
Aid Association for Lutherans 
(AIIMr 



AKTio 



: (All).r.. 



Ak2o Amenc 
Albany International Corp (All),d.r.s 
Albertson's. Inc (JC.U.G.ft) 
AIco Standard Corp (All).d 
Alexander & Baldwin. Inc (Ail).d 
Allegheny International. Inc. 

UCUMa 
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp (All) 



Aluminum Co of Amenca 

UC,U.R).d.r 
AMAX, Inc tJ.C.U.G.R) 



American Bank and Trust Co of 

Pennsylvania (U.G. ftf.r 
Amencan Brands. Inc (AII),A.s 
American Broadcasting Cos , Inc 

iJ.C.U.G,R).d 
Amencan Can Co (J.C.U.G.R).d,r 
American Cyanamid Co (J.C.U.G).d 
Amencan Electric Powet Co , Inc 

(C.U.GXUMI.d.r 
Amencan EKpress Co (All).d.r 
American General Corp (All) 
American Hoechst Corp (U) 
American Home Products Corp 



(Mj.d. 






American National Bank (CT) f U.GJ 

American National Bank & Trust Co 
ot Ctiicago (J.C.U.G) 

American Natural Resources Sys- 
tem fA//;,d,r 

Amencan Optical Corp (J.C.U.G).rs 

American Petfofina, Inc (U).A 

American Standard. Inc 
UCU.Q.Ri.d 

American Stales insurance 
J.U.G.Ri.d 






T\ Sierii 



frCo 



tC.U.G.RJ).A 
metican Stock Exchange (AB) 
mencan Telephone & Telegraph 



Amentech Servees. Inc. (J,C.U.G.T).r 



AmeriTrust Co National Association 

(All).d.r 
Amfac, Inc (Allld 
Amoco Corp. (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
AmstarCorp (J.CU.G.R) 
Anchor National Life Insurance Co 

(U.G) 
Arthur Andersen & Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).r.s 
The Andersons (Mj 
Anheuser-Busch Cos , Inc 

(J.C.U.G.Rld.r 
Apache Corp fA//),s 
Appleton Papers Inc (AH) 
Arkwright-Boston Manufacturers 

Mutual Insurance Co. (All).r.s 
Armco, Inc (J.C.U.G.T).r 
The Armstrong Rubber Co (U).d 
Armstrong World Industries. Inc 

(U.G.R).d.r 
Arrow-Han, Inc IJ.C.U.R) 
Ashland Oil. Inc (All).d.r 
Associated Box Corp (AllPr).A 
Associated Dry Goods Corp (All).d 
Athos Steel and Aluminum. Inc 

\U.G) 



Atlantic City Electnc Co (U.G),d 
Atlantic Richfield Co (All).d.r 
Atlas Rigging and Supply Corp 



(J.C.U.G) 
AVCQ Corp (J.U.G).d 
Avon Products. Inc (J.C.U.G).d 
Avtex Fibers, Inc (U.G) 



BadischeCorp (All).f 
TheJE Baker Co (All).d.r 
Ball Corp IAII).d.r.S 
•Baltimore Bancorp ^J.C,UG> 
Baltimore Gas & Electric Co 

(U.G.R).d.r 
Bancorp Hawaii (U) 
Bancroll-WhilneyCo (J.C.U.G.UM) 
Bank of Boston (All).d.r.s 
The Bank ol Calitomia. N A (All).r 
Bank ol Montreal (U.G).d 
Bank ot New England. N A 

(Allld.r.s.UM 
The Bank of New York (A}l),r.s 
■Bank South fA//) 
BankAmenca Corp iAII),d.r 
The Bankers Life 

(J.C.UG.R).d.f.s.UM 
Bankers Lite and Casualty (All) 
Bankers TnistCo (J,U,G,Pr),d 
Barbet-ColmanCo (U).d 
BarclaysAmencanCorp (All) 
C R Bard, Inc (J.C.U.G) 
Barnes Group Inc (J.C,U.G.R).d 
Barnes i Roche, Inc (All) 
Barry Wnght Corp (AII).d.r.UM 
The Barion-Gtllel Co (J.CU.G.R) 



(Aii).d 
BayBanksInc (All).d 
Beatrice Cos , inc (A)l).d,r 
Bechtel Power Corp (J.C.U),d 
A G Becker Panbas Inc (All) 
Becor Western Inc (U),r 
Beaon Dickinson and Co 

(J.CU.G.T).r 



Beech Aircraft Corp (J,C.U.G.T).d.r.s 
•Bell Atlantic Corp (J.C.U.GJ),d.' 
Bell Communications Research, 

Inc (J.C.U.G.W 
Bell Federal Savings and Loan As- 
sociation fUG.flJ.d.r 
Bell & Howell Co (All).d 
Bell of Pennsylvania & Diamond 
Slate Telephone Co 
(J.C.U.GT),d.r 
•BellSouth Corp (All).d.r 
•BeloitCorp (All).a 
Bemis Co , Inc (J.C.U.G.T.UM).d.r 
The Bergen Record Corp (All).d 
Best Products Co (Ali),d 
Bigelow-Sanford, Inc (Aliyd.r 
Bill Communications, Inc (All) 
Bird Cos Chantable Foundation, 

Inc (J.C.U.G).d.s 
Bituminous Casually Corp (U.G).d 
H & R Block. Inc (C.U.G.R.T).d 
Blouni, Inc (All).d.s 
Blue Bell. Inc (J.C.U.G) 
The Boeing Co (J.C.U,G).d,s 
Boise Cascade Corp (All).d.s 
Borden Inc (U).d 
BorgWamer Corp (All),d 
Boston Edison Co (U).d.r 
The Boston Glotje Newspaper Co 

(Aii).a 



(J.C.U.G).d 
Bowea/Hanlon Advertising, Inc (All) 
Brakeley, John Price Jones Inc (All) 
Bernd Brecher and Associates, Inc. 

(All) 
Bristol-Myers Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.f 
Brockway Glass Co . Inc 

(J.C.U,RX).d.r 
Brown-Forman Distillers Corp 

(J.CU.G.R) 
Brw/n Group. Inc (U.G.Pr).d 
John Brown Inc (J.C.U.G.T) 
Brunswick Corp (J.C.U.G),d.r 
Buckbee Mears Co (J.C.UG.R).d 
BuelMndusines, Inc (All).d 
Buffalo Color Corp (All) 
BungeCorp (All).r,s 
Burlington Industries, Inc (All).d.r 
Burlington Northern Inc (J.C.U).d 
Leo Burnett Co. Inc (All) 
Burroughs Corp (All) 
Burroughs Wellcome Co (All)r 
Business Men's Assurance Co of 

Amenca fJ.C,L/.G,nj 
Butler Manufactunng Co 

(J.U.G.UM) 



: (U.G.T).d 
CBS Inc (U.Gj.d 
CFS Continental. Inc (U.G.R.T) 
C.IT Financial Corp (M) 
The CNA Insurance Cos (U.G) 



CPC 



c(All).d 



s.UM 



Cabot Corp (All).d.r 
"Samuel Cabot. Inc (Aii).d 
Calex Manufaauring Co , Inc (All) 
Callanan Industries Inc (AII).A.d 
Campbell Soup Co (All).d.r 
Canadian General Electric Co Ltd 

(U.G).A.d.s 
Carolina Rawer & Light Co 

(J.C.U.G. R).d.r 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph 

Co (J.C.U.G.R).A.d.r 
Carpenter Technology Corp 

(J.U.UM).d.r 



Carson Pirle Scott & Co 

(J.C.U.G),d.UM 
Carter Hawley Hale Stores. Inc. 

(J.CUG.T) 
Carter-Wallace, Inc. (All).d.r.s 
Castle and Cooke, Inc. (All) 
Caterpillar Traaor Co. (U,G).d.r 
CelaneseCorp (J.C.U.G,R).d.r 
CentelCorp (J.C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
Centerre Bank. N A. (J.C.U) 
Central Illinois Light (^. 

(J.U.G.R.r.Pr) 
Central Life Assurance Co (U).d 
Central Vermont Public Service 

Corp (J.C.U.UM).d 
'Century Cos oi Amenca (J.CU.G.R) 
CertainTeed Corp. (J.C.U.G).r 
Chamberlain Manufactunng Corp 

(All) 
Champion International Corp 



(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Chemical Bank (All).d.r 
Chemtech Industnes. Inc (AII),A 
Chesapeake Corp (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone 

Cos (All).d.r.s 
Chesebrough-Pond's, Inc. 

(J.CU.G.nd.r 
Chessie System Railroads 

(AII.UM).d.s 
Chevron Corp (J.C,U.G.R).d.r 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. 

(J.C.U.G.nd.r 
Chicago Title and Trust Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Chrysler Corp (J.C.U.G.R).A.d.r.s 
Chubb Life Insurance Co of Ameri- 
ca (A//J,d,r 
Chubb & Son Inc (All).d.r 
Church & Dwighl Co , Inc (U) 
Church Mutual Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G).d.r 
CIBA-GEIGYCorp fA/y.d 
CIGNA Corp (All).r 
Cincinnati Bell, Inc (J.C.U.G.T.LIM) 
Citicorp/Citibank <AII).d.r 
Cities Sen/ice Oil and Gas Corp 

(AII).d.r.UM 
The Citizens and Southern Corp 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
The Citizens and Southern Georgia 

Corp (J.C.U.G).r 
Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust Co 

(J.CU.G.R) 
Clark Equipment Co (AII.UM).d 
The Cleveland-Ortts Iron Co (All).d.r 
Cleveland Eleanc Illuminating Co 

(All).d.r 
Clinton Mills. Inc (J.U,R).r 
The ClOfox Co (J.C.U.G) 
Cluett. Peabody & Co , Inc 

(U.G.R).d 
Coats & Clark, Inc (All).r 
The Coca-Cola Co (All).d,r,s 
The Coleman Co . Inc. (J.C.U).r.s 
Colgate-Palmolive Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Collins & Aikman Corp (Ail) 



Colonial Bancorp. 
Colonial Parking Inc (U) 
Colonial Penn Group. Inc 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
Columbia Gas System. In 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
The Columbus Mutual Lif 

anceCo (J.C.U.G.R) 
Combustion Engineering 

(All}.d.r 



(All).r 



f\ Energy System. 

Inc (J.U.G.R.T).r 
Commonwealth Life Insurance Co 

(J.CU.G.R).d 
Communications Satellite Corp 

(J.CU.G.R).d.r 
Connecticut Bank & Trust Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).r.s 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (All).r 
Conneaicut National Bank 

(AII,UM).d 
Connecticut Natural Gas Corp 

(J.C.U.G) 
Connecticut Savings Bank (All) 
Conoco. Inc (All),d.r 
Consolidated Edison Co ol New 

\brf(. Inc (J.C,U.GT).d.r 
Consolidated Natural Gas Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Consolidated Papers, Inc (All).r 
Consolidation Coal Co (All).r 
Container Corp ol America fJ,U,G),r 
The Continental Corp 

(J.C.U.G).d.UM 
The Continental Group, Inc 

(C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
Continental Illinois National Bank 

and Trust Co ol Chicago fU),r 
Continental Telecom Inc (J.C,U.G) 
Fiedenc W Cook A Co. Inc (All) 
Co-Op Banking Group Cos (All.Pr) 
Cooper Industnes. Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d 
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co (All) 
Coopers & Lybrand (U.G).A 
The Copley Press. Inc (All),d.r,s 
Copolymer Rubber and Chemical 

Corp (U) 
Corning Glass Works (All).d.r 
Cowles Media Co (All).d.s 
Crane Co (All).d 
Cray Research. Inc (All) 
Cnton Technologies (J.C.U.G.T) 
Crompton & Knowles Corp (Ml) 
Crown Central Petroleum Corp 

(U.G) 
Crum & Forster, Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d 
Cummins Engine Co . Inc (AH).d.r 
CUNA Mutual Insurance Group 

(m.A 

Cyclops Corp (U.G).d 



Dana Corp (All),d.r.s 

The Danforth Foundation (Alt) 

Dan & Kratt. Inc (J.C.U.G).d 

Deere & Co (UG.Rj.d.r 

DEKALB AgResearch, Inc (All).d.s 

Del Monte Corp (All) 

Deloitle Haskms & Sells (U.GJ).r 

DeliaUSCorp (J.C.U.G.T).A.d 

Deluxe Check Pnnters. Inc. {All).d.r 

Dennison Manufactunng Co 

(All),ds 
Deposit Guaranty National Bank (U) 
DeSoto. Inc (U.G).d.r 
Detroit Edison Co (All).d 
AWG Dewarinc (J.U.G.R.Pr).A.s 
The Dexter Corp (J.C.U.G.T.UM).d.s 
Diamond Crystal Salt Co (All) 
Diamond Shamrock Corp (All) 
Ditco Laboratones (All) 
Digital Equipment Corp (All).d.r.s 
Dillingham Corp (All).d 
'Dominion Resources, Inc (All).d.r 
Donaldson Co Inc (All) 
Donaldson, Cutkin & Jenrene (All).s 
R R Donnelley S Sons Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Dove-Knight and Associates, PA . 






S(U).A 



The Dow Chemical Co 

(J.C.U.G.R.LIM).d.r 
DoM Coming Corp (All).r 
DoM Jones & Co. Inc (All).d.r 
DravoCorp (U.G) 
Dresser Industnes. Inc (U.G.R).d.r 
Dry Dock Savings Bank (J.C.U.G) 
Duke Power Co (All).d.r 
The Dun 4 Bradsirsei Corp 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
■Durham Corp (AII.UM).d 
Duty Free Shoppers Group Lid 

(AID.d 



Eaton Corp (All).d 

Economics Laboratory. Inc (All).d 

Educators Mutual Li'e insurance 
(All). A 

Egan Machinery Co (J.U.G) 

Elf Aquftaine, Inc (All).d.s 
•Elizabethtown Water Co (U.Q.R.T).d 

Emerson Electric Co (A»).d 

EmhanCorp (All).d.r.s 
'Engelhard Corp (J.C.U.G.R) 

Engineered Systems & Develop- 
ment Corp (J.C.U.G) 
'Enron Corp (U.G.R.T).d,r 

ENSERCH Corp (J.C.U.G.T) 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

26 



Enftign-BicMord FoundaiKHi 

(All).a.r.s 
Envirotech Corp (J.C.UGT) 
EqutbankW,C,UG,fl|c 
The EqurUOle Life Assufance Soci- 

ety of Ihe Umled Stales (All).(J.rs 



Equ. 



eCoc 



(J.CMG.R).r 
BrnsiB.Whinney(U.G}.A 
Ethlcon. Inc (MI.LIM).r 
ElhylCorp fC,UG,fl|s 
Ex-CellOCorp (M).(i 
Exxon Education foundation 

(M.UMi.A.d.t 



FMC Corp (m.d 
Facet Enterprises. Inc (M} 
Factory Mutual Engineering and 
Researcrv Service Bureau 

IJ.C,U.G.R).A.' 
FairchiW Industries. Inc (All) 
Farm Credit Banks of Springfield 

UCUG.T) 
Federal-Mogul Corp (Att),d.r.s 
Federal National Mortgage Associa- 
tion WC,UG.fl|0,r 
Federated Depadrrwnl Stores, Inc. 
tAiii.d.f 

FerroCorp (J.C.U.Rl.O 
Fidelity Bank (U.G.R.UM).d,f 
Fiduciary Trust Co (Boston) (A/(j.d,s 
• The Field Corp (All) 



The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co 

FirslBancorp. Inc (AII).A 
f irsl Bank System, Inc (M).t 
The First Boston Corp (All).r 
First Chicago Corp /The Firsi Na- 
tional Bank of Chicago 

UC.U.G.R).a.s 
First Hawaiian, Inc <J.U.G.UM).d.r 
First Interstate Bank of California 

lAlild.f 
First Interstate Bank of Oregon. 

N A (U.G.UM)j 
Firsi Interstate Bank of Washington, 

NA iU.Q.R.T).d,r.UM 
Fir^t Kentucky National Corp 

fJ.CUflJ 
First Maryland Bancorp fA/Z/r 
first Mississippi Corp (All),d 
First National Bank in Baniesville. 

Oklahoma (J.C.U) 
The First National Bank ol Atlanta 

(M) 
First National Bank of Pennsylvania 

(All) 
The First National Bank ol Saint Paul 



UC,U,G).d 
First Virginia Banks, Inc (U.G).d 
Fleet National Bank (JC.U.G) 
Fluor Corp (Aliyo 
Ford Motor Co (J.C.U.G.R),a.r 
Ford Motor Co ol Canada. Ud 

(U.G).d 
Foster Wheeler Corp (U.G.R.T) 
TheFoKboroCo (All).d.r 
FiveportMcMoRan. Inc (J.C.U.G),d, 
■FruehaufCorp (J.CU.G.R).d 
H B Fuller Co (Alli.d.r 
Funderburke & Associates. Inc (All 



GATX Corp (All) 
GTE Corp (J.C.U.G).d.r 

'Gallatin Nalionat Bank (U.G.R) 
E 4J Gallo Winery fj,C,a.G;,A 
Gannett Foundation (fiJI) 
The Garren Corp (U.G.R).a.r 
Gary-Williams Oil Producer/The 

Piion Foundation (AJI).r 
Gast Manufacturing Corp. fAfl) 
Gates Corp /Gates Rubber Ca 

fJ.C.U,G,fl),r 
GenCorpInc (All).d.r 
General Accident Insurance Co 

AmencafJCUGlr 
General Cable Co (All) 
(general Onema Corp (J.C.U.G) 
General Dynamics Corp (J.U),d 
General Electric Co (AII).A.d.r 
General Foods Corp (J.QU,G.RUi 
General Foods. Inc (U.GUs 
Genera) Housewares Corp 

UC.UG.R.F^i.d 
General Mills. Inc (All).dj 
General Re Corp (All) 
General Signal Corp (J.CMG).d 
GenRad Foundanon (Ail).d.rs 
Gerber Products Co (UG.R).d.r 
GibbSiHill, Inc (U) 

•Gilbano Building Co (J.CUG.T) 
TheGilleneCo (UG.Ur 
Giiman Paper Co (All).d 

•P H GlatfelterCo (J.C.UG.T).r.s 

•Glaxo. Inc (JGUG) 
GoWman. Sachs & Co (All) 
Goldonw (AB) 

"Good Value Homes, inc 
(UG.R.UM),f 



The BfGoodnch Co 

(JMG.UMI.A.d.s 
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

(UG).d.f 

Gould, Inc (J.CUG.RI.s 
Goulds Pumps. Inc (C.UG.R.T) 
Government Employees Insurance 

Co (UG.R).d 
WR Grace 4 Co WCUG/tf./- 
WW Grainger Inc (All) 
GrandMet USA. Inc (All) 
Grant ThomtonfU,G|r 
The Graphic Pnntmg Co Inc (All) 
Great Lakes Cartxin Corp 

(J.C.UG.R).d.r 
Great Northern Nekoosa Corp 

(All).dr 
Great West Casualty Co (UG).d 
Greenwood Mills. Inc (UG.RJ).r 
Gregory Poole Equipmeni Co (AJI) 
.John Grenzebach & Associates 

(UGI.UM 
Gnnnell Mutual Reinsurance Co. 

(J.C.U) 
Grumman Corp (JC.U.UM).d.S 
The Guardian Life Insurance Co of 

America fJ.C.U.G.flW/:s 
Gull Stales Utilities (JC.UG).d 
Gult + Wfesfem Industries. Inc 

(JG.UG.T}.a.r.UM 



Hackney Induslnes Inc (All) 
HallibunonCo (J.UG.R).d.r.UM 
Hallmark Cards. Inc (All),d 
Hamilton Bank fA//|d,r 
Hamilton Technology, Inc (J.C.UG.T} 
Hammermill Paper Co (UG) 
The Hanna Mining Co (All) 
Harper & Row Publishers. Inc 



(Ail}.d 



(AII).A.d.r 

HarscoCorp (J.C.U.G.R.Pr) 

Han Schattner and Marx (U) 

The Hartford Insurance Group 
(U.Rld.r.S 

The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspec- 
tion and Insurance Co (All},d.r.s 

HJ HeimCo (Allld.r 

Hercules Inc (Alli.d.r 

Her^hey Entertainmenl & Resort 
Co (J.C.U.G.T),rs 

Hershey foods Corp 
(J.C.U.G.R).d.r,s 

Heublein, Inc (J.C.U.G).d.s 

Hewien-Packard Co (U.G.R).d.s 
The HigbeeCo (J.C.U.G.UM) 
Hill Acme Co (U.G.Pr).LIM 
HobartCorp (C.U.G.R.T).d 
Hotfman-LaRoche Inc (All).r 

•Holiday Corp (J.C.U.G) 

■Holmes 4 Narver. Inc 

(JGU.G.T.LIM) 
Homestake Mining Co 

(J.C.U.G.T),d.s 
Honeywell Inc (UG).d.rs 
The Hoover Co (All),d 
Geo A Hormel&Co (J.C.UG.R).s 
Hospital Corp ol America (All),d.r 
Houghton Mifflin Co (AII).d.r,s.UM 



(J.C.U.G. LIMyd.r 
Houston Natural Gas Corp (All),d.r 
Hubbard Milling Co (U.G.R) 
Harvey Hubbell. Inc (J.C,UG.T},d 
JM HuberCorp (All).d.s 
Huck Manufadunng Co (J.C.UG) 
Huffy Corp (AlO.d.S 
Hughes Aircraft Co (All) 
Hughes Tool Co (J.C.U.G.T).d.r 



IC Industries. Inc (J.U.G) 
IClAmencastnc (J.C.UG.T).A.r 
IDS Financial Services Inc (All).s 
ITT Corp (J.C.U.Q).d.r 
lU Internationa (J.C.U,G.T).d 
Illinois Bell (C UG. R. LIM).a. r 
Illinois Tool rtt)r*s Inc (All).d.r 
Indiana Bell Telephone Co , Inc 

lJ.U.G.R.T).d.r 
Indusinal Indemnity Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.s 
Industrial Risk Insurers fA//|f 
Ingersoll-Rand Co (All).d.r 
Innovation Packaging, Inc 

<U.G.Pr).A.d.r 
Inslron Corp (AJI).d 
Integon Corp (All) 
Intel Corp (J.CU.G) 
Intelligent Controls. Inc (U.G.T) 
Intehake, Inc (J,C.UG.R).d.r 
International Business Machines 

Corp (All).d.rs 

Fragrances Inc (AII.UM) 

Corp iAII).d.r 
International Multifoods Corp 

lAID.d.r 
Iniemattonel Paper Co (Ail).d 
InterNorrh. Inc (U).r 
Interpac© Corp (J,QUG).d.r 



JSJCorp (J.C.U.G.T).d.r 
Jack Eckerd Corp (All).d 
James River Corp (Aii),d 
JamesburyCofp (All) 
Jettenes & Co , Inc !All).s 

:. Inc (LIM) 



Co 



Jetferson-Pilot Com 

(All).d 
Jetterson-Ptlot Corp (J.C.U,G.R).d.r 
JwelCos. Inc (J,C.U.G.R).d 
John Hancock Mutual Lite Insur- 
ance Co (All).d.r.s 
A Johnson 4 Co . Inc (J.C.UG.Pr).d 
Johnson Controls, Inc (All}.d,r 
•Johnson & Higgins (All),r,s 
Johnson 6. Johnson (J.C. UG. R),d. r 
S C Johnson & Son, Inc (All).d.r 
Jostens. Inc (AII),A,d.r,s 



K man Corp (J.C.U,G.R.UM).d.S 
Kaiser Cement Corp (U).d 
Kaiser Steel Corp (U) 
Kansas City Southern Industries. 

Inc (All),d 
Karmazm Products Corp (UG) 
Kearney-National Inc (UG.RJ) 
KeeblerCo (J.C.U.R.T) 
•Keefe, Bruyette 4 Woods, Inc (AJI) 
Kellogg Co. (All),d.r 
The M W Kellogg Co (All} 
Kemper Group (All).d 
The Kendall Co (All).r.s 
Kennametallnc^UG.H.n 
The Kente Co (J.C.U.G.LM) 
Kerr-McGee Corp (AII).rUM 
Kersiing, Brown 4 Co . inc (U) 
Walter Kidde 4 Co (U.G).A 
Kidder, Peabody & Co . Inc (All.Pr) 
Kimberly-Clark Corp. (All).d.r 
Kingsbury Machine Tool Corp 

(M).A.d.s 
Kiplinger Washington Editors (Alli.d.r 
Knight Insurance Agency, Inc 

(U.G).A.r.s 
Knight-Ridder Newspapers, inc 

(JG.U.G).d.r 

(C.U.GTI.A 
Koppers Co , Inc (J.C.U.G.r).d.r.s 
Ralph Korte Construction Co . Inc 

<U).A 



The Lamson 4 Sessions Co. (U.G) 
Lanier Business Products, Inc , A 

Harris Co (AII).A 
La Salte National Bank (J.C.UG) 
The Law Co , Inc. (C.U.G).A 
The Lawyers Co-operative Publish- 
ing Co (J.CUG) 
Lehigh Portland Cement Co 

(J.C.U.G) 
Lever Brothers Co (All).s 
Levi Strauss 4 Co (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Co UCUG.T) 
The Liberty Corp (All).r.s 
Ell Lilly and Co (All).d.r 

(J.C.U.G.T).d.r.s 
Thomas J Lipton, Inc (Alt).s 
Little, Brown and Co (J.C.U.G.T.LIM) 
sCorp (All) 



eSlar 



Inc 



(JG.U.G.T),d 
'Lotus 0»/elopment Corp (All) 
Ttie Louisiana Land and ExpioraDon 

Co ( Alli.d.r s 
Louisiana Power & Light Co (U) 
LubmolCorp (All).d.r.s 
Lucky Stores, Inc (All).d 
Ludlow Corp (J.C.UG.T).A.d,r.s 
Lukens, Inc (All).d 
Lummus Crest, Inc (C.UG).d.r 
Lutheran Brotherhood (J.U.R.Pr.UM) 
Lutheran Mutual L 

(J.C.U.G.R) 



M/A-COM LINKABIT, Inc (U.G.T) 

MCA, Inc (UG).s 

MSI Insurance fJC.L/J 

M 4 T Chemicals Inc (JC.U.G) 

MTS Systems Corp (Aliyr 

John D and C^thenne T MacAithur 

Foundation (Alll 
Mack Trucks, Inc (J.C.UG.R) 
MacLean-Fogg Co (U.G.R.T) 
R H Macy 4 Co , Inc (J.CU.G.R).d 
MaguireOiICo (AJI) 
Mallinckrodl. Inc fU; 
Manufacturers Hanover Corp (Aff).d 
Manufacturers National Corp 

(JG.U.G.R).d 



Marathon OICk> (AX).d.t 
Maremont Corp (JGUGJ.UM) 
The Marine Corp fA/(),r 
Marine Midland Bank, N.A. 

(J.CU.G.R).d 
Mana Inc (J.C.U.G).d 
Mark Contrtrts Corp (J,C.UG.V 
TheMarleyCo (U}.f 
Marsh 4 McLennan Cos.. Ina 

(All).d.s 
Martin Marietta Corp (All).d 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co (J.U.G).d.s 
Mattel. Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d 
The May Department Stores Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d 
The Maytag Co (U),d.r.LIM 
MBank Houston fU.Gj 
McCormick 4 Co . IncfA//) 
McDonald's Corp (All) 
McDonnell Douglas Corp (U.G.R) 
McGraw-Hill. Inc (AJI),d.r 
McKesson Corp (All).d.r 
McQuay lnc.('A//|Atf 
The Mead Corp (AII).d.LIM 
Mechanics Bank(A/y,s 
Medlronic, Inc (All) 
Mellon Bank Corp (J.C.UG).d.t 
MenashaCorp (U.G.R.Pr).r 
Merck 4 Co, Inc (All).d.r 
Meredith Corp (Alll.d.r.s 
Ment Oil Corp (All) 
Mernll Lynch & Co . Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G),d.r,s 
MettlerlnstrumenlCorp (J.C.U.G.R) 
Mictiigan Bell Telephone Co 

(J.C.U.G.UM).A.r 
Middlesex Mutual Assurance Co 

(All).d.r 
The Midland Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (Atl).d.r 
Midland-Ross Corp (J.C,U.R).d 
Midlantic Banks Inc (All),d 
Miehle-Goss-Dexter Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
Milliken 4 Co. (JG.UG.R.Pr).d.r.UM 
Miltipore Corp (All).d 
Milton Bradley Co (J.C.UG.Pr) 
Minnesota Mining 4 Manuladunng 

Co , Inc (All).d.r 
Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (JGUGMd.r 
Mississippi Power A Light Co. (U) 
MITE Corp (J.C.U.G J) 
The MITRE Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d 
Mobil Oil Corp (All).d.r 
MohascoCorp (J.C.U.G.R).A.d.s 
Monarch Capital Corp (J.C.UG).d 
Monroe Auto Equipment Co (U).A 
Monsanto Co (JG.U.G.R).d.r 
•The Montana Power Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Montgomery WanJ & Co. Inc 

(J.CU.G).r 
Monumental Corp (U.G.S) 
MONV Financial Services 

(J.C.U.G. R).r 
MOOG Inc (All) 
Moore Financial Group, Inc 

(JG.U.G.T).d 
Moore McCormack Resources, Inc 

(J.UG).d 
Morgan Construction Co (All) 
Morgan Guaranty Trust Co ol New 

York (All).d.r.S 
•Morgan Stanley 4 Co , Inc (J.C.U.G) 
Morrison-Knudsen Co , Inc (All).d 
Morse Shoe, Inc (J.CU.G) 
Morton Thiokol, Inc. (U.G.T).d.r 
Motorola Inc (A]l).d.r 
Charles Stewart Mott foundation 

(Ali).d 
Mountain States Mineral Enter- 

pnses. Inc. fA//|s 
Murphy Oil USA. Inc (All).d.r.s 
Mutual Benelit LifefJ,C,UG.flJ,d.r 
Mutual of America (C.U.G.R.T).d.r 
Mutual of Omaha (J.C.UG.R).d.r.s 



NCNBCorp (CUG.R.T) 

NCR Corp (>U/;,d,s 

NL Industries, Inc (JC.U.G).d 

NRC. Inc (All) 

Nabisco Brands. Inc (All).a.r.s 

Naico Chemical Co (CUG.R.D.d.r 

National Bank of Detroit (U) 

National Can Corp (All).d 

National City Corp iAll).s 

National Distillers and Chemical 

Corp (All).r 
National Gypsum Co (All).s 
National Life Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).r 
National Medical Enferpnses. Inc 

(JC.U.G).d 
National Steel Corp (C.UG.R.T) 
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co 

(J.CU.G.R).d.r 
Nepera, Inc (J.C.U.G) 
'The New England Education Loan 

Marketing Corp (All).d 
New England Electric System Cos 

(M).d.r 
New England Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (J.U.Q).d.r 
New Englarxl Telephone (J,UG.T).d.r 



New Jeisey Bell Telephone Ca 

(J.C.UG).d.r 
New Jersey Natural Gas Co 

fJ,C,U,G,fl) 
The New York Bank tor Savings 

'J.U.G.Pr).A.d 









eCo 



(J.C.U.G.UMI.d.r 
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. 

(UG).d 
New \t}rk Telephone (J.C,U.G.T).d.r 
The New >brk Times Co 

(J.C.UG.R).d.r 
The New Yorker Magazine. Inc. 

(J.UG) 
Newmoni Mining Corp (U).d 
Newsweek. Inc (All) 
•Tfie Samuel Roberts Noble Foun- 

dalion. Inc (All).ds 
Nordson Corp (All) 
•Norfolk Southern Corp (All).d.r.s 
The North American Coal Corp. 

(All).d.s 
North American Philips Corp. 

(All).d.r 
Northeast Utilities (All).d.r.s 
Northern Illinois Gas (J.U.R).r.s 
Northern States Power Co (All).r 
Northern Telecom, Inc (J.C.U.G.T) 
The Nodhern Trust Co (All).d.r 
Northwest Airlines, Inc (All).d 
Nonhwest Industnes, Inc (All}.d 
Northwestern Bell Corp (All).d.r 
Northwestern Financial Corp (All) 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (Alli.d.r 
Northwestern National Bank South- 
west fA/ad.-:s 
Nonhwesrern National Life Insur- 
ance Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Norton Co (All).d.r.s 
WW Norton & Co , Inc (J.CUG).S 
Norwest Bank Bloomington, N A 

(Aimr.s 
Norwest Bank Minneapolis, N A 

(Alll.r.s 
NoxellCorp (All).r.s 
John Nuveen 4 Co Inc (J.CUG.Pr) 
•NYNEXCorp (JC.UG.T).d.r 



Oakite Pnxluas, Inc (UG).A 

Occidental Pelroleum Corp. (Ail) 
Oglebay Norton Ck) (All).d 
Ohio Bell Telephone Co (Alt).d,r 
•Ohio Edison Co (All) 
The Ohio National Lite Insurance 

Co (J.C.U.G.R) 
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co 

(J,C.U.G).d.r.s 
Old National Bancorporation (U) 
Old Stone Bank (All).d 
OlinCorp (J.C.U).d.r 
Oneida Ltd (J.CU.G).d.r 
Openaka Corp , Inc (U.G) 
Oregon Portland Cement Co 

(JC.U.G) 
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp 

(J,C.U.G).d.r.s 
Owens-lllinois. Inc (All).d 
Oxford Industries, Inc (J.U).A.UM 



PHH Group, Inc (J.C.U.G.T).r 
PNC Financial Corp (All).d.r 
PPG Industries. Inc (J.C.UG. R).d.r 
PO(Dorp UC.U.GD.d.r.s 
PSfS (J.C.U.G.T.LIM) 
Paccar inc (J.C.U.G.R).d 
'Pacific Lighting Corp (All).d.r 
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

(All).d 
Pacific Northwest Bell (AII.LIM).a.r 
Pacific Resources, Inc (J.C.U) 
•Pacific Telesis Group (U.G.R).d 
Pan-American Life Insurance Co 

(U.G). A 
Panhandle Eastern Corp (All).d.r 
Parker-Hannifin Corp (J.U.G.R).d 
The Paul Revere Cos (All) 
Peabody Inlernalional Corp (U).A 
Pearle Health Services, Inc 

(J.CU.G.nA.r 
Peat, Manwick, Mitchell 4 Co 

(UGlA.r 
PechineyCorp (All).s 
The Penn Central Corp (AII).d.r.LJU 
Pennbank - Subsidiary of Pennban- 

cotp(U.G.Rl.d 
JC PenneyCo.inc (All).d.r 
Pennsylvania Power 4 Light Co 

(All).d,r 
Penrrwalt Corp ( J.U.G. IPrj.d.r 
PenmoiICo (JG.U).d.r.s 
Peoples Bank (JC.U.G.R).r.s 
The Peoples Gas Light and Coke 

Co (M).d.s 
PepsiCo, Inc (JG.UG.T).d.r.s 
PET Inc (J.CU,G).s 
Pelto-TBM Chemical Corp (JUG) 
Pfizer, Inc (All).d.r 
Phelps Dodge Corp (All).d.r,s 
Philip Moms Cos . Inc (A3l),d.r 
Phillips Pelroleum Co (Ali).d.r 
Phoenix Mutual Life InsL ^nceCo. 
(J.CU.G).d.r 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

27 



The Ptoneer Group, f 
Pioneer HhBrsd Ir 

(J.c.uya 

Piper, JaHray 4 Hopwood Inc 

UUT)A 
Pitney Bowes Inc (Aliyd.r.s 
PittsDurgh National Corp (M).A 
Pmw9/Cofp (J.C.U.G.R).(1 
Ptantation Pipe Une Co (J.C,U.G.T).r 
Planto & Moran, CPAs (C.U.G).A 
Playtxjy Enterpnses, Inc (Aff) 
Pogo Producing Co (J.C.U.G).r 
PolamiOCorp (All).d.r.s 
Pope & Talbot, Inc {J.C.U.G) 
Porter Paint Co fU.G.Pr) 
PollalchCorp IAlt).d.s 
Prelerred Risk Mutual Insurance 

Co (U.R).d 
Pretormed Line Products Co 

{All).a.r 
Prentioe-Hall, Inc (J.CMG.R).f.UM 
Price Brothers Co (J.C.U,G).A 
T Howe Price Associates. Inc (All) 
Pnce Watertiouse (U.G).r 
The Procter & Gamble Co (U.G).d.r 
The Prospea Hill Foundation (ASI) 
Protection Mutual insurance Co 

iM) 

anceCo (J.C.UG.R).r 
Providenl Mutual Life Insurance Co 

0.C.U.G.R).d.s 
Provident National Bank (AII).A,d 
The Prvderrtlal Insurance Co ot 

America {J.C.U.G.R.UM).d.r 
Public Serv>ce Etectric and Gas Co 

UQU.GMdr 
PuQOt Sound Power & Light Co 

(J.CU.G.T).f 



Quaker State Oil Refining Corp 



•RCA Corp (U.G).d.s 
RKO General. Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
Rainier Bancorpofation^A//J,d.^ 
Raiston PunnaCo (U).d,f.s 
Rand McNally & Co (U.Pr) 
Arthur Raybin Associates. Inc 

(All) 
Raytheon Co fAllj.d.r 
Reader's Digest Association. Inc. 

(All).dS 
Reading & Bates Corp (C.U.GJI.d 
Redlands Federal Savings & Loan 

Association fUPO,-* 
Reichhold Ctiemicals. Inc (U.G) 
Reliance Electnc Co (All) 
Reliance Insurance Cos. (All).s 
Republic National Bank ol New 

York (Ail) 
Research-Cottrell, Inc (All) 
The Research institute of America, 

Inc (J.C.U.G).d 
Revlon, Inc (All) 
Rexham Corp (U).d 
Rexnordinc (ASI).d 
Reynolds Metals Co (J.C.U.G).d.r 
R J. Reynolds Industnes, Inc 

(All).d.r 
Richardson-Vicks. Inc (All).d 
Riegel Textile Corp (All).d,r 
Rochester Midland Corp 

(U.G.Pr).A.d 
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Inc. 

(AID.s 
Rockefeller Family & Associates 

(All) 
The Rockefeller Group (All).d.r.s 
Rockwell International Corp. (All).d 
Rohm and Haas Co (All).d.r.s 
ROLM Corp. (All) 
RolscreenCo (fiJI).d.r.s 
Rorer Group Inc. (Alt).d 




L 






RospatchCorp (J.C.U).r 

Ross. Johnston & Kersling, Inc (A 

Royal Insurance fJ,CUG,fl>.r 

Rubbermaid Inc (M.UM).d.r 
RUSH" International Corp (J.U.Gj.S 
Ryco Division, Reilly-Whiteman, Ir 
(All) 



SOS Biotech Corp (All) 
SKF Industries, Inc (All),d 
SPS Technologies, Inc (All).d.r.s 
Safeco Insurance Co (J.C.U.GJ.UM) 
Saga Corp (All) 
St Joe Minerals Corp (All),d.r.s 
The St Paul Cos (J.C.UGJ).d.r 
Salomon Brothers (M) 
"Salomon \T\c(MI).d 
Sanders Associates. Inc 

(J.C.U.G.R).d 
Sandoz, Inc (All).d.r.s 
Santa Fe Southem Pacific Corp 

(J.C.U.G.R) 
Sara Lee Corp (J.CU.G).a 
Schering-Plough Corp (AJI).d 
Schtndler Elevator Corp (All) 
Schlegel Corp. (All) 
Charles Schwab & Co , Inc (AH).A 
The Scott & Fetzer Co (All).d.r 
Scotl. Foresman and Co (U).r.s 
Scott Paper Co (J.C.U.R.T).d.r 
Seaboard System Railroad (AII.UM) 
Sealit^xCotp (All).d.r 
Joseph £ Seagram & Sons. Inc 

(AID.r 
•Sealed Power Corp {C.U.G.R),d.r.s 
Sealnght Co , Inc (J.C.U.G) 
G Searle & Co 0,C.U.G.R).d.r.UM 
Seattle Trust & Savings Bank 

(J.C.U.G).d 
Security Benefit Lite Insurance Co 

(All) 
Secunty-Connecticul Life Insurance 

Co (Ml).d.r 
Security Pacific Corp (AJI).d.r 
Security Van Lines, Inc 

(J.C.U.Q.R).r.s 
SetonCo (U.G).A.UM 
Shakiee Corp (U.G).d 
Shell Ol Co (All).d.r 
Sheller-Globe Corp (J.C.UJ.UM).d.r 
Shenandoah Life Insurance Co. 

(AII).d.r.LIM 
The Sherwin-Williams Co (All).d 
Siemens Energy & Automation. Inc. 

(J.C.U.G.R) 
Sifco Industries. Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d.s 
Signode Corp (All) 
Simpson Investment Co (J.UG.Pr).r 
The Singer Co (UG.R).A.d.r.s 
Skinner Corp (All).d.s 
Smith International. Inc (U.G) 
SmilhKline Beckman Corp. iAil),d.r 
Sonet lr}c (All).d.r 
'Sonoco Products Co (U.G.R},d,r 
Sony Corp of America (All).d 
Soo Line Railroad Co (J.C.U.G.T) 
South Carolina National Corp. (All) 
Souih Central Bell Telephone Co. 

(All).d.r 
Southeast Bank. N A (U.G).d 
Southern Bell fA;;j,cf,r 
Southern Life Insurance Co (All).d 
Southern New England Teief^iona 

(J.C.UG.R).a.r 
The Soulhland Corp (J.C.U.GT) 
Southwest Forest Industries. Inc 

(All).d 
Southwestern Bell Foundation 

(U.G.R).d.r 
Southwestern Life Insurance Co (U) 
South-Western Publishing Co 

(J.CU.G.T) 
Sovran Financial Corp (J.CU.G.R) 
SperryCorp (U.G).A.d.s 
Spiegel, inc (U.G) 
Spnngs Industries. Inc lAII).d 
The Square D Co (U.G) 
Squibb Corp (All).d.r 
The StackpolB Corp (All).d.r.s 
Sianadyne, Inc (All).d 
Standard Coosa Thatcher Co (U) 
Standard Insurance Co (C.U.G.R.T} 
The Star^dard Oil Co (J.C.U.G.R}.d.r.S 
The StandanJ PnMucts Co 

(J.C.UG.R) 
Stanhome. Inc (J.C.U.G) 
The Stanley WOrks (All).d.r 
Slate Farm Insurance Cos (U.G).r 
Stale Mulual Ule Assurance Co of 

America (/y/J.d.r 
Siaie Street Bank and Trust Co (All) 
Slauffer Chemical Co (All).d 
Stautfer Communications. Inc 

(U.G.R.UM) 
Slearns Catalytic World Corp (All) 
Steel Neddie Manuladunng Co 

(U.G) 
Steiger Traaor. Inc (All) 
Sterling Drug, Inc (All),d r 
J P Slevens & Co , Inc (All).d 
Stone & Webster. Inc (All) 
The Stop & Shop Cos . Inc (All}.d 
■ Student Loan Marketing Association 

Subaru of America. Inc 

(J.CUG.TUM) 
Sutturban Propane Gas Corp 

(J.C.U.G).r 



SunCa.lnc<AII).d.r 

Sun Life Assurarwe Co ot Canada 

(J.aU.G).r.5,UM 
The Superior Oil Co (AU).d 



Swiss American Securities. Inc (Alt) 
SybronCorp (All).d.s 
SyniexCorp (J.C.U.Q.R).d.s 



TPW Inc (J.CU.G.R) 

Tambrands. Inc (J.CU.G) 

Tandy Corp/Radio Shack (AH).a.UM 

Technimelncs. Inc (All) 

Tech/Ops, Inc (U.G.R.T) 

Tektronix. Inc (AJI).r 

TBledyne. Inc (U.G).d 

The Telex Corp (G) 

^nnantCo (All),s 

Tenneco Inc (J.C.U.G.R).d 

Tesoro f^troleum Corp (J,C.U.G.R),r 

Texaco Inc (U.G).r 

Texas Commerce Bank - Houston 

Foundation aCUGIs 
Texas Easfem Co/p (All).d.r 
Texas Gas Transmission Corp 

(J.C.U,G.R).d 
Texas Instruments inc (C.U.G.R).d.r 
Textron Inc (J.C.U).d 
Thomas & Betts Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d 
Thomas McFadden & Associates, 

inc (U.G),A,d.r 
J Walter Thompson (k) 

(J.C.U.G.Pr.UM) 
Thorpe Corp (U),A 
TICOR (J.C.U).d.r 
Time Inc (All).d 
Times Mirror (All).d,r,s 
Times Publishing Co and Congres- 
sional Quarterly, Inc 

(J.C.U.G.T).A 
TheToroCo (J.C.U.G).d.s 
The Tornngton Co (All).d,r 
Total Petroleum (North America) 

Ltd (U.R).d.r 
Towers, Pernn, Forsler & Crosby 

tJG.U.G) 
Townsend & Botlum. Inc (AJI) 
Toyota Molor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. 

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Alumni Association 

Officers for May 1987 






John G. Foos '71 

President 

Gwynedd Valley, PA, B.S. from 
S.U.; audit partner. Peal. Marwick 
& Mitchell. 



Lx)uis F. Santangelo Jr. '50 

Vice Presideru 

Hershey, PA: BS. from S.U., MS. from 
Bucknell University; formerly with Her- 
shey Chocolate Corp.; broker/ manager. 
Jack Gaughen Realtor. 



William A. Lewis Jr. '68 

Vice President 

Chevy Chase. MD: B.A fromS.U.. J,D. 
from Boston University Law School; 
chief. Congressional and Community 
Relations Division. U.S. Commission on 
Civil Rights. 






Donald S. King *66 

Secretary 

Momoursville. PA; B.A. from S.U.; 
Teacher of Senior Social Studies. 
Momoursville Area School District. 




Chester G. Rowe '52 

Treast4rer 

Selinsgrove, PA; B.A. from S.U.; MA. 
from Bucknell University; director of 
guidance and pupil personnel, Selins- 
grove Area School District. 



Members at Large 




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Carl L. Campbell '65 

Alumni Representative 
to SV Board of Directors. 
Pottsville. PA; BA. from SU; president 
and chief executive officer Keystone 
Financial; also president Pennsylvania 
National Bank; formerly with Tri- 
County National Bank; class agent; 
member of SUE noW the National 
Committee. SU 







Margaret Anne Finley '85 

Allentown, PA, B A from SU: Assistant 
Director of Admissions. Muhlenberg 
College; also advises freshmen and 
assists in Financial Aid Office. 



Robert L. Fiscus '59 

Huntington, CT; BS. from SU; execu- 
tive vice president and chief financial 
officer. The United Illuminating Compa- 
ny; director United Way of New Haven; 
member professional groups, treasurer 
church; wife Linda Traub Fiscus '61, 



Robert A. Gabrenya '40 

Johnstown, PA; BS. from SU: chief 
executive officer, Slovenian Savings and 
Loan Association. Conemaugh; active in 
Lions, church. Inter-Service Club; 
president of Johnstown district club. 



Joe W, Kleinbauer '63 

Selinsgrove. PA, B.S. from S,U,. 
president-owner J, Kleinbauer, Inc.. 
men's and women's clothing store i 



and 

reviialization of downtown Selinsgrove; 
past president of Snyder County Cancer 
Society; past president of Rotary; former 
board member of Susquehanna Valley 
Association for the Blind; former chair- 
man of United Way; active in valley and 
local chambers of commerce; active in 
"White Christmas Program," 






Richard K, Renn '73 

York. PA; B.A. from SU. J.D. from 
University of Baltimore School of Law; 
attorney. Snyder & Renn, member of 
Board of Directors. York County Bar 
Association; York Amateur Radio Club; 
York Camera Club; co-chair SU York 
district club. 



Nevin C. T. Shaffer x'49 

Allentown. PA; D.D.S. from University 
of Pennsylvania Dental School, dentist; 
Leader professional groups; past presi- 
dent of church; past president of SU 
Lehigh Valley district club; wife is Sara 
Jane Wormley Shaffer x'4l 



Dorothy E. "Dee" Wesner '81 

Selinsgrove. PA; B.S. from SU. CPA 
in PA; staff accountant, Fisher. Clark & 
Lauer; member various professional 
groups, before earning degree was 
secretary and office manager SU Alumni 
Office, 



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Susquehannans on Parade 



Correction 

Absent, and not mentioned, from the annual photograph of 
incoming freshmen legacies in September of 1986 were: 
Meredith E. Denliker, daughter of George C- and Lois 
(Andren '59) DenJiker and Brad Bishop, son of Joan and Jack 
Bishop '57. 

THE FORTIES 

Dr. George M. Bass '44 has written the book "The Cradle, 
the Cross, and the Crown: Sermons for Advent. Christmas, 
and Epiphany." This book focuses on sermons according to 
the Gospel of St. Matthew. 

Donald Herrold '48 is a lecturer in education at Ursinus 
College He previously taught in public schools in Pennsylvania. 

Bill McClure '48 recently retired from Kinney Shoe Corpo- 
ration. He was vice president of finance and was with the 
company for 31 year^. His wife is the former Joyce Jenkins x'45. 

James B. Peters '49 has been named an associate professor 
of Education at Kutztown University where he also coaches 
various sports. Before joining the staff at Kutztown, Jim was 
head football coach at Loyalsock Township and Mifflinburg 
High Schools. 



THE FIFTIES 

Gordon C. Boop '56 is the new corporate secretary of the 
Bloomsburg Bank -Columbia Trust Company He is also head 
of the trust division. Gordon came to BB-CT after 10 years as 
a senior bank examiner for the Federal Reserve Board. 

Clayton E. Leach '56 is the first Berks Counlian to receive 
the Pennsylvania Business Education Association's "Educator 
of the Year Award". The award was made for his long and 
outstanding work with the Schuylkill Valley High School's 
Future Business Leaders of America program Leach, who is 
married to the former Lucian Smith '54, has been a business 
education teacher at Schuylkill Valley for 25 years. A son, 
Clayton E. Leach in, graduated from Susquehanna in 1982. 

Mary Louise Coleman '58 has been appointed assistant 
junior-senior high school principal in the Montgomery Area 
School District. Mrs. Coleman formerly taught music in the 
Southern Columbia Area and Shikellamy school districts. 

THE SIXTIES 

Jeannetle Harvey Finlaw '61 is the 1987 Salem City (New 
Jersey) School District's Teacher of the Year. Described as a 
"supremely dedicated teacher who has taken the art of music 
and emphasized the pan it plays in people's lives," she has 
been teaching music to pupils in pre-kindergarten dirough 
Fourth Grade for 25 years. 

Dr. Michael Cordas. Jr. '63 is now associated with Geisinger 
Clinic, and will continue his practice in Selinsgrove. He is a 
graduate of die Philadelphia College of OsteopaUuc Medicine and 
has served as team physician to the Susquehanna football 
team as part of his duties as university physician. 

Robert Summer '63 and his wife Averill are bodi on die 
music (acuity at the University of South Florida in Tampa. 
BoUi were previously on SU's music faculty. Averill, an 
acclaimed pianist, will conduct A Music Lover's Tour of 
Scandinavia Uiis spring, featuring concert performances, lec- 
tures, and discussions in die sea towns of Norway, Sweden, 
Finland, and Denmark 

Stanley L, Bower x'63 of Milton is the new governor for 
Rotary International's District 737. He is active in die insur- 
ance and real estate field. 

Grant Schneider '64 has joined die Murphy Realty/Better 
Homes and Gardens branch office in Allendale, N.J. Prior to 
entering the real estate field, Schneider owned and operated a 
recreational vehicle business for nine years. 



Meredith Wright Martin '65 was among 24 women in the 
Trenton, N.J. area to be honored at die YWCA Tribute to 
Women in Industry and Government dinner. She is director of 
information services for American Cyanamid and holds an 
MB.A. from Rider College. 

Ruth G. Capoiino Macera '67 is librarian for the Free 
Library of Philadelphia, where she lives with her husband 
Lincoln and son, Dino. 

Ronald J. Yevitz '67 is executive vice president of Citcom in 
the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. Citcom handles all market- 
ing and advertising for 22 Citizens Savings offices in North- 
eastern Pennsylvania He also holds an M.B.A. in finance 
from the University of Scranton. 

A. Michael Weaver '68 is the new president of Junior 
Achievement in Bakersfield, Calif He is plant manager there 
for Owens-Coming Fiberglass. He is married to the former 
Susan Heintzelman x'69 and holds an M.B.A. from Pepper- 
dine University. 

The Rev. Karen Womer Berns '69 is assistant pastor at La 
Canada Presbyterian Church in La Canada, Calif. Husband 
Don is associate pastor at the same church. 

The Rev. Cynthia Ness Lepley '69 is serving as associate 
minister at the Winslow (Maine) Congregational Church of the 
United Church of Christ. Husband Douglas is an associate 
professor of English at Thomas College. 

THE SEVENTIES 

John G. Foos '71 was recently re-elected treasurer of the 
American Cancer Society. Philadelphia Division. A C.P.A. 
with Peat, Marwick and Mitchell, Foos has been a Cancer 
Society volunteer since 1982. He is serving his second year 
as SU Alumni Association president. 

A. Russell Brown '72 is a charter inductee of Delta Pi 
Epsilon, a national honorary professional graduate society in 
business education at Robert Morris College, Pittsburgh. He 
is also chairperson of the Business Education Department of 
Central Catholic High School there, and a part-time instructor 
in Data Processing at Allegheny Community College. 

Michael R. Chronister '72 is sales manager, export opera- 
tions, for Acco Babcock Internationa] in York. 

The Rev. Robert W. Harris '72 is associate pastor at 
Ebenezer Lutheran Church in Columbia, S.C. He was 
graduated from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago, 
and has completed work on his doctorate at the University 
of Chicago Divinity School. He is married to the 
former Laura L. Heustis '72. 

John R. Mitchell '72 has been named an account executive 



THANKS FOR THE 
MEMORIES 

Take a look in that old trunk or shoe box, and 
share your treasures with us. The Susquehanna 
Alumnus would like to feature photos and 
items from "Old SU's" past from time to time, 
and we need your help. 

While our archives contain photos and 
other materials, we think there are still many 
more interesting pictures, memorabilia, and 
recollections in your personal collections. 

If you have an item you'd like to share, 
whether it be a candid photo, a formally posed 
University picture, or even a souvenir of your 
college days, please send it to the Alumni 
Relations Office at Susquehanna. We will make 
copies and return the undamaged original to you 
if you wish. Please enclose a phone number so 
that we can reach you if we have any questions. 



with Diversified Financial Planners in Westbury, N.Y. 

Janet I. Laufenberg '73 is a supervisor widi die New Jersey 
Division of Youth and Family Services in Camden, N.J. 

James Leitner '73 has been promoted to assistant manager 
of the dyeing department of H Warshow and Sons in Milton, 
Pa. He has been widi H. Warshow since 1974. 

Roy S. I\iomisto '73 is executive director of the Sunbury 
Area YMCA. 

Dr. Dan A. Meisenhelder x'73 has joined the medical staff 
at Memorial Hospital, York. He is in die Division of Podiatry 
of the Department of Surgery. Dr. Meisenhelder earned his 
doctor of pediatric medicine degree from Ohio College of 
Pediatric Medicine. 

Virginia M. Vultee x'73 is a recent graduate of Seton Hall 
School of Law in Newark. N.J. and is in practice at 46 State 
Street. Bloomfield. N.J. 

Susan Haines Casso '74 is the new president of the West 
Chester Business and Professional Women's Club and is 
assistant district director of the Pennsylvania Federation of 
Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Her husband 
Bruce '74 is with Ryder Truck Rental. 

Lyie Chubb '74 is the education coordinator for Wayne 
County. NY. with the Council on Alcoholism of the Finger 
Lakes. He and his wife, the former Deb Frieberg '76. reside 
in Lyons. N.Y. 

Dr. Jeffrey M. Greco '74 is practicing medicine in Mt. 
Carmel. Pa. at the same office his father, the late Dr. Joseph 
Greco '41. practiced for 40 years. 

Steven T. Kramm '74 has been named operations manager 
of die Kishacoquillas Valley National Bank in Belleville. Pa. 
He previously was information services manager. 

Philmer H. Rohrbaugh '74 has joined Arthur Andersen 
and Company, international public accountants, in York. 

Frank J. Tuschak, Jr. '74 co-owns two health clubs in 
Dillsburg. Pa. 

Roberta (Bobbie) Laudenslager Blasdell '75 is a buyer 
with Stone Container in York She also is working toward 
certificaton in purchasing management. 

Gordon M. Dyott '75 is senior vice president of consumer 
banking at the Wilmington Savings Fund Society in Delaware. 
He and his wife, die former Stephanie Sims '75, live in 
Wilmington. 

Dr. James M. Jordan '75 chairs music education at the 
University of Hartford's Ham School of Music in Connecticut. 
He is also an assistant professor. 

Jamie Forman Dougherty '76 teaches elementary music 
in Virginia Beach City Public Schools and is organist and 
choir director at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church diere. She 
recently obtained her real estate license. Her husband Brad is 
a Navy lieutenant. 

Anthony J. Filer '76 is vice president of finance and treasurer 
at St. Joseph Hospital in Reading. 

David M. Kammerer '76, band director of William Allen 
High School in AUentown, recently recorded an album of 
eight original songs entitled "Solo Flight." 

Dr. Jerry Levkoff '76 is a materials scientist with AT&T 
Engineering Research Center. He and his wife, the former 
Elaine lanora x'77, live in Ewing, N.J. Levkoff earned a 
master's and Ph.D. at Princeton University, 

William A. Morgan '76 is a new shareholder in the C.PA. 
firm of Herbein and Sweren in the Reading area. He oversees 
tax services for the firm. 

Jack Rader, Jr. '76 is a newly-appointed Jackson Township 
supervisor in the Stroudsburg area. He also is general man- 
ager of Mountain Springs Lake resort there. 

William M. Burke '77 is a corrections administrator with 
the State of New Jersey and lives in Princeton. 

Gerald G. Huesken '77 is a graduate of Lancaster L,eader«hip, 
a program affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce in an 
effort to nurture "knowledgeable, ambitious volunteer leaders." 

Jo-Ellen L. McCrackcn '77 is a fashion coordinator widi 
Farr-West Fashions, a New York firm. 



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Alice M. Roher '77 is the new assistant director for mar- 
keting at Bryant College in Smithfield. R.I. 

Lynn M. Sarf '77 is director of annual giving at St. 
Lawrence University in Canton. N.Y. She was formerly in the 
same position at Susquehanna. 

Joseph A. Sweatlock '77 is a research scientist at the Stale 
of New Jersey's newly-formed toxicology program in Trenton. 
He lives in Fairless Hills. Pa. 

Lee C. Attix '78 is national sales manager for Learn, Inc. 
He is living in Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Helen Ely Kauffman '78 is an office assistant with North- 
eastern Farm Credit Service and lives in Sunbury. 

Debra A. Peragino '78 is a newly-appointed supervisor 
with Selective Insurance Group in Branchville, N.J. 

David C. Ruler '78 is organist and choir director at St. 
Paul's Lutheran Church in Stoverstown. He is a certified 
church musician and holds a master's degree in sacred music 
from Wittenberg University. 

Thomas L. Schaefer '78 is with the York campus of Penn 
State. He filled a newly-created position of area representa- 
tive for continuing education. He has also written "A Touring 
Guide to Dauphin County." 

Donna Wissinger x'78 is "a talent to watch." according to 
the journal Musical America. An accomplished flautist, she 
is the daughter of Donald '50 and Flora '51 Wissinger and 
lives in New York City. 

Lorinda Alexander Krause *79 is substituting on a full-lime 
basis in the Lewisburg schools. She also is working on her 
master's degree. 

Patrick O'Such '79 of Ocean City, N.J. is the first controller 
of the Atlantic City Casino Reinvestment Development 
Authority. He is a C.P.A. and holds an engineering degree 
from Union College. 

The Rev. Cindy L. Ray '79 is now assistant for Christian 
education and youth work at Advent Lutheran Church in West 
Lawn. Pa. where she was recently appointed assistant pastor. 

Sherry A. Rohm '79 is sales manager for Milo Corpora- 
lion in Boothwyn. Pa. 



THE EIGHTIES 

Ronald B. Colvin '80 of Dillsburg. Pa. is vice president 
and head of Fulton Bank's Capital Region, supervising opera- 
tions in Dauphin and Cumberland counties. 

Mary E. Engel '80 of Westfield, N.J. is assistant controller 
at the Summit Trust Company and working toward a master's 
degree- 
Robert Kast '80 of Morns Plains, N.J. is now an account 
representative for R.K. Kast & Associates in Roseland, N.J. 

Mark D. Bornman '81 of Duncannon, Pa. is assistant 
treasurer with Dauphin Deposit Bank and Trust Co. 

Catherine L. Compton '81 is moving to the University of 
Delaware at Newark from Western Maryland College, where 
she will be complex coordinator. 

Donna L. Gottshall '81 is the new organist at St. James 
U.C.C. in Limerick, Pa. She also will direct the handbell and 
senior choirs. She is a top-ranked tennis player and tennis 
instructor. 

Victor Guanowsky '81 is now a research scientist with 
Pfizer Central Research in the neuroscience department. He 
is residing in Groton, Conn. 

Dennis Jones '81 is leasing manager for General Growth 
Companies in Des Moines, Iowa. He also resides in that city. 

John P. Muncer, Esq. '81 is a liill-time assistant district 
attorney for Northumberland County. He holds a law degree 
from Temple and lives in Selinsgrove. 

Richard D. Pecht '81 is branch officer of Horizon Bank 
Butler, N.J Branch. 

Linda C. Post '81 is the newest member of the law firm of 
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, and Maxwell in Lansdale. Pa. She 
received her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh. 



Thomas G, Bruner, Jr. '82 is continuing his studies at the 
Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg after he and his 
wife, the former Ruth Ann Hebel '82 served as chaplains at 
French Creek State Park in southern Berks County. 

Mary L. Coughlin '82 is a fixed income global portfolio 
manager for Merrill Lynch and lives in Metuchen, N.J. 

David C. Fisher '82 is with Pennsylvania Gas and Water 
Co. and lives in Northumberland. 

The Rev. Raymond Short '82 is the new associate pastor 
of the Tnnity Lutheran Church and die Greater Bedford Lutheran 
Parish in Bedford, Pa. He recently married Barb Mertz. 

Dr. Stephen Tingley '82 is a resident physician in family 
practice at the WiUiamsport Hospital. He received his medical 
degree from Jefferson Medical College. 

Allison H. Turney '82 is corporate controller for Growth 
Properties, Ltd., a real estate development firm in Marllon, N.J. 

The Rev. Pamela J. Werner '82 is the new pastor of St. 
John's Lutheran Church in Lyons, N.Y. She had served her 
internship in Jamestown, N.Y. 

William H. Wolchak '82 is now a published author. His 
first article was in the Records Management Quanerly, a 
journal concerned with records and information management. 
The article is entitled "Conducting a Systems Analysis." He 
is with the County of Prince William in Virginia. 

Mary Lou Carol '83 is the branch manager for ITT Finan- 
cial Services in Emmaus, Pa. She resides in Whitehall. 

Pamela Christensen Cianfarini '83 is now a certified public 
accountant, having been accepted for membership by the 
American Institute for C.P.A.s. She is with a firm in West- 
minster, Md. Her husband is David '83. 

Dennis A. Gunn '83 is sales manager for B.W, Stetson Co. 
and resides in Millville, N.J. 

Elizabeth Hull '83 is die new grants coordinator for Bradford 
County. Her office is located in Towanda. 

G. Scott Ogin '83 is widi the accounting firm of Heffler 
and Co. He lives in Philadelphia. 

Rachael Welsh Paden '83 is associate director of the 
Robert Dale Chorale. She also gives private voice and piano 
instruction in the Sugarloaf area. 

David W. Powers '83 is assistant treasurer at die Bank of 
New York and is taking graduate courses at Seton Hall 
University. He is living in Verona, N.J. 

Timothy L. Taylor '83 is moving to the Philadelphia area 
after serving as child care coordinator at St. Germaines 
Group Residence in Queens, NY 

David T. Walters '83 supervises sales in three states for 
James A. Weaver Co., a food brokerage firm in King of 
Prussia, Pa. 

Robert J. Zabransky '83 is production controller with 
Precision Multiple Controls in Midland Park, N.J. He resides 
in Wyckoff, N.J. 

Cynthia Huizer x'83 is doing free-lance radio and television 
work in the New York metropolitan area. She is also an 
admissions representative in Montclair, N.J. 

Andrew G. Foster '84 is with Steve Young Construction 
Co. He resides in Berwyn, Pa 

Joanne Lubben '84 is now a telemarketing representative 
for an industrial specialties division of 3M Company. She is 
living in Oradell, N.J. 

Steven S. Givens '85 is a marketing director with Data Appli- 
cations, Inc. in New Jersey He resides in New City, N.Y. 

Michael R. Mahoney '85 is a marketing representative for 
Hospital Computer Sales, Inc in Farmingdale, N.J. He markets 
computer hardware and software throughout New York and 
Connecticut. 

Brian Molner '85 is a new associate with Weichert Realtors. 
He will work out of the company's Clifton, N.J. agency. 

The Rev, Theodore F. Schneider he '85 is die senior minister 
of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Silver Spring, Md. The 
church, with nearly 3,000 members, is one of the largest 
Lutheran churches in the nation. He was a seven-term chairman 
of the executive board of the Central Pennsylvania Synod and 



seven-time delegate to the Convention of the Lutheran 
Church in America. 



Advanced Degrees 



Kathleen M. Baynes "68: Ph.D. in psychology, Cornell 
University. She is a neuropsychologist at the Berke Rehabili- 
tation Center and assistant psychology professor in neurology 
at Cornell University Medical College. 

Craig A, Cellitti '83: J D , New England School of Law. 
He is associated with attorney Benjamin Correy, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Herbert W. Conover III '84: Masters in Mechanical 
Engineering, Lehigh University. He is an engineer in Flying 
Qualities, The Boeing Vertol Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 

John A. Ferullo '79: D.D.S., New York University College 
of Dentistry. He is a first year resident. Our Lady of Mercy 
Medical Center, Bronx, NY 

Annette Moser Goldberg '83: MBA. in finance, Babson 
College. She is senior proposal analyst, Raytheon-MSD. 

Robert H. Hazel Jr. '77: MM. in Music Education, West 
Chester University. 

Leslie Jarrett Jordan '76: M.S.B.A., Bucknell University. 
She has been Director of Accounting and Business Services 
at Bucknell University. 

Elizabeth Walsh Kreger '76: J.D., Seton Hall Law 
School, Newark, N.J. She is a member of the New Jersey 
Bar. 

Lowell L. Leitzel '76: MA. in French, Millersville Univer- 
sity. He teaches French at Southern Garrett High School, 
Oakland, Md. 

Stephen L. NefF '81: M.B.A. in human resource adminis- 
tration. Temple University. He is with Burroughs. 

Richard S. Oshrin '81: MS. in industrial psychology, Fair- 
leigh Dickinson University. He is payroll coordinator/head of 
personnel. Reliable Gardens, Van Nuys, Calif 

James E. Persing '82: J.D , Dickinson School of Law. He 
is associated with Allen Neyhard, Watsontown, Pa. 

Michael W. Smith '79: MS. in geology, Pennsylvania 
State University. He is a hydrogeologist with the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources. 

Pamela J. Werner '82: Master of Divinity, Lutheran The- 
ological Seminary at Philadelphia. She is pastor, St. John's 
Lutheran Church, Lyons, NY. 

Scott A, Wissinger '76: Ph.D., Purdue University. He is 
assistant professor, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. 

Mary E, Wolf '84: Master of Arts in Religion, Lutheran 
Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. She is director of 
Christian Education-Intern, St. John's Lutheran Church, 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 



IDo^s 



EDWARDS -SEWVER 

Mary F, Selover '81 to Kenneth J. Edwards, June 27, 1982, 
St. Joseph's, Newton, N.J. /P.O. Box 831, Newton, NJ 07860. 
VAN DONGEN - McLA UGH LIN 

Susan L. McLaughlin '81 to Frederick Van Dongen, October 
28, 1984, Grace Lutheran Church, Somers Point, N.J Susan 
is a radio announcer for WOBM-FM, Toms River, and 
scriptwriter for Cam-Tel Video Productions. / P.O. Box 1212, 
Tuckerton, NJ 08087. 
WATKINS-KOELZER 

Christine Koelzer to Dr. Edward K. Watkins '75, April 13, 
1985, All Souls Unitarian, Tulsa, Okla. He is a research 
scientist with Pfizer, Inc. /P.O. Box 1255, Groton, CT 05340. 
DUFFY- CAVANAGH 

Susan Cavanagh '83 to Jack Duffy, May 26, 1985, New 



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Vernon. N J Christine M. Bernhardt "83 and Alison J. 

Bird '83 were in the wedding party. Susan is personnel assis- 
tant. Donnelley Directory. Purchase. NY. /lO Byron Avenue, 
White Plains, NY 10606. 
CHRISTENSON - BROWN 

Mary Pat Brown '81 to John D. Chrislenson '81, July 13, 
1985. Stronghold Estate. Bernardsville, N.J. Stephen P. Ril- 
tersbach '81 was best man. Mary Pal is a team leader with 
People Express Airline and John is a Preferred Stock Trader 
at Merrrill Lynch. /209 14th Street. Hoboken, NJ 07030. 
MOHARAM- GROVE 

Lynn C. Grove '74 to M. Gamal Moharam, August 17, 1985, 
Atlanta, Ga. Lynn has been conference manager. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers, Atlanta. Her husband is professor of 
Electrical Engineering, University of Virginia. / 1460 Pinedale 
Road. Charlottesville. VA 22901. 
JACOBS- REDFERN 

Carol A. Redfern '83 to Peter E. Jacobs '82. August 24, 
1985, St. Francis of Assisi Church, Springfield. Pa. James 
W. Frisbee '83 was best man. Carol is managing editor for 
Software Product Communications Group at Shared Medical 
Systems, Inc. Peter is assistant manager with Edison Brothers 
Stores, Inc. and working toward his M.B.A. at LaSalle Univer- 
sity/3041 West Chester Pike, Apt. B-3, Broomall, PA 19008. 
BARKER- PALMER 

Jennifer S. Palmer '83 to James R. Barker '80. September 
21, 1985. Abiding Presence Lutheran Church, Ewing. N.J. 
The wedding party included Elisabeth Palmer Booser '80. 
Joe Muir '80, Steven J. Barrett '79, and Susan L. Priddy 
'83. Jennifer is a senior staff accountant, Cenlar Federal Sav- 
ings Bank, Pennington, and James is a systems analyst, RCA 
American Communicalions. Princeton./ 2-08 Hunters Glen 
Drive, Plainsboro, NJ 08536. 
WILSON -SCHMID 

Karen L. Schmid '83 to Bruce C. Wilson '84. September 
28. 1985. Trinity United Church of Christ, Norristown. Pa. 
Karen is a contract analyst, Aetna Life & Casualty, Middle- 
town, Conn. Bruce is a commercial underwriter, Chubb & 
Son Insurance. New Haven. Conn./251 Fountain Street New 
Haven. CT 06515. 
TROMPERTRICE 

Janet E. Rice '74 to Jack J. Trompert. October 5. 1985, 
Virginia Beach, Va. Alumni in the wedding party were Nancy 
Rice Schrader '77 and James H. Schrader '76. Janet is a 
consultant for Metro Information Services. / 1212 Lake Point 
Drive. Chesapeake, VA 23320. 
GOODWIN BROVSE 

Carol E. Brouse '83 to Michael B. Goodwin '83, October 19, 
1985. Melrose. Mass. The wedding party included Rebecca 
Roman Mcisel '83. Christopher A. Brod '84. Craig R. Tillon 
'83. and Curtis E. Rlmler '83 Carol is a senior auditor. Con- 
necticut Bank and Trust. Michael is a programmer/analyst. 
The Travelers /60-194 Old Town Road. Vernon (TT 06066 
TINCLLY- Mai BAIN 

Lisa K MacBain to Stephen T. Tingley '82, November 2, 
1985. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Southampton. Pa. 
Included in the wedding party were Alan W. Mudrlck '80 and 
Douglas B. Rumbaugh '82 Stephen is resident physician in 
family practice. The Williamsport Hospital. / 2109 Central 
Avenue. Williamsport. PA 17701. 
WEINSTEIN- CHADWICK 

Mary E. Chadwick '82 to David Weinsiein. November 30. 
1985. Borhek Chapel. Moravian Colleae. Bethlehem Pa 
Kathleen Chadwick Erdman '77 was in the wedding party 
Mary is news director at WGPA Radio. Bethlehem. / 1215 
North 35th Street. Allentown. PA 18104 
ALTMAN- BEERS 

Leslie J. Beers '76 to Harold Altman. December 7. 1985 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, State College, Pa Leslie 
founder of Suzuki Music School in State College, instructs in 
piano and violin Harold Altman, renowned artist in lithography 
and etchings, works from their Pans home. /Box 754 
Lemont, PA 16851. 



BELLOWS-HOLM 

Marilyn J. Holm '67 to Jeffrey Bellows, December 13, 1985, 
Patchogue, N.Y. She is a research coordinator, RAI Research 
Corp., Hauppauge, N.Y./2II Oakwood Avenue, Bayport, NY 
11705. 
MURPHY-STAUFFER 

Joyce Hancock Stauffer x'S9 to Robert C Murphy, December 
22. 1985. St. Paul Lutheran Church. Spring Grove, Pa. Joyce 
is an associate realtor broker. Coldwell Banker Bob Yost Inc. , 
York, Pa./ 190 Margate Road, York, PA 17404. 
HOUSER- BAKER 

MeeCee Baker to Kent D. Houser '76, December 25, 1985, 
Port Royal Lutheran Church, Port Royal, Pa. Kent is a loan 
analyst, Russell National Bank, Lewistown, Pa./610 Valley 
Street, Lewistown, PA 17044. 
BURNS- WILLIAMSON 

Jewel B, Williamson '83 to Todd G. Burns '81. February 
8. 1986. St. David's Lutheran Church, Davidsville. Pa. The 
wedding party included Kurt H. Reiber '81. Richard A. 
Scovner '81. Kimberly MacMullen Habecter '83. and 
Chris Haskoor Gibson '82 Jewel is a foster care casewor- 
ker. Pinebrook Services for Children. Todd teaches science at 
Pocono Mountain School District. /623 Taft Street. Wind 
Gap. PA 18091. 
DANKMAN -FREED 

Marcia E. Freed '79 to Matthew H. Dankman. February 15, 
1986, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Marcia manages Marketing and Research Development at 
Capital Blue Cross: her husband is a manufacturing represen- 
tative. Herff- Jones Company / 7865 Sunset Drive. Harrisburg. 
PA 17112. 
LAUBACH-GEHEB 

Gretchen Geheb to Jonathan P. Laubach '84. March 22. 
1986. Bethlehem. Pa. In the wedding party were Thomas J. 
Banks '84 and Richard C. Blumenscheid '83. Jonathan is 
assistant advertising director. Orr's Department Store. /64 
North 2nd Street. Easton, PA 18042. 
REISTETER-YEAGER 

Johanna M. Yeager '82 to Stephen W. Reisteter, March 22, 
1986. Salem Lutheran Church, Bethlehem, Pa. Audrey G. 
Schwarz '82 was maid of honor. Johanna is attending Lehigh 
University pursuing her master's degree; her husband is instru- 
mental and vocal instructor in the Bethlehem Area School 
District. / 1204 Nonh Boulevard. Bethlehem. PA 18017 
KEY -BROWN 

Joyce A. Brown '73 to Peter Key. April 12. 1986, Mt. Calvary 
Episcopal Church, Camp Hill, Pa. Her husband is a jour- 
nalist with The Sunday Press of Atlantic City, N.J. /226 East 
Atlantic Boulevard, Ocean City, NJ 08226. 
REIST-BOLTZ 

Shellaine M. Boltz to John A. Reist '81, April 12, 1986, 
First United Methodist Church, Palmyra, Pa. John is a com- 
puter systems analyst, Hershey Chocolate Company. / 1470 
East Main Street. Annville. PA 17003. 
WOLCHAK-COONEY 

Margie Cooney to William H. Wolchak '82. April 12. 
1986, Upper Darby. Pa. The wedding party included Robert 
J. Hain '82. David S. Cashour '82, and Bryan P. Rynearson 
'82. Bill is the records manager for Prince William County 
and his wife is an operations research analyst, Quantico 
Marine Corps Base. 
BERNIERI-KARCH 

Loren J. Karch '83 to Frank J. Bernieri. April 19. 1986. 
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. Maywood. NJ. The wedding 
pany included Kimberly Dodson McCarthy '83. Nancy E. 
McGuire Stevens '83. Michele N. Rubio '83. and Laura J. 
Reynolds '83. Loren is a marketing represenutive with IBM; 
her husband is with the same company. / 186 Winter Street, 
Ashland, MA 01721. 
VOVGHT-ALLEN 

Elizabeth L. Allen '84 to Michael D. Vought '85, April 19, 
1986, Greenfield Hill Congregational Church, Fairfield. 



Conn. Laura A. Young '84 was in the wedding party. Elizabeth 
is a customer accounts coordinator, Executone Telephone 
Systems; he is a music education teacher. Instrumental Music 
Programs Inc. / 342 Main Street Rear, Emmaus. PA 18049. 
CAMPBELL - HERMAN 

Brenda L. Herman to James J. Campbell '63. April 22, 
1986, Carlsbad, Calif. Jim is Director of Alumni Relations of 
Susquehanna University. / 712 Lincoln Avenue. Williamsport. 
PA 17701. 
HARTMAN- LaFORCE 

Rochelle D. LaForce '85 to Steven J Hartman. May 3, 1986. 
St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Newport. Pa. The mother of the 
bride is Doris Schumacher LaForce '59. Shelly is an 
accounting manager trainee. General Motors Acceptance 
Corp. /48 South Lime Street, Lancaster, PA 17602. 
JONES- VanHORN 

Krislen E. VanHorn '85 to Kirk A. Jones '86. May 3, 1986. 
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. Bloomsburg. Pa. The wed- 
ding party included Scott J. Strausberger '86, Timothy C. 
Vile '86. and Peter S. Zimmerman '86. Kristen is office 
manager. Uptown Women's Clinic, Gaithersburg, Md. Kirk is 
sales consultant. Exterior Coating,s, Lorton, Va./20067 
Appledowre Circle, Apt. 31, Germantown, MD 20874. 
FELTER- JOHNSON 

Rebecca G Johnson to Scott Alan Felter '76, May 3, 1986, 
Belcroft Bible Church, Bowie, Md. Scott is a program analyst. 
National Bank of Washington. His wife is a programmer/ 
analyst. Department of the Navy. /912 Manor Road #102. 
Alexandria. VA 22305. 
MORRIS -LILLEY 

Meloney G. Lilley '85 to Keat C. Morris '84. May 3. 1986. 
Shell's Lutheran Church. Grantville. Pa. Karen E. Mahoney 
'85 was in the wedding party Keat is assistant manager. 
Hardee's Food Systems. Camp Hill. Pa. Meloney is manager. 
Morgan's Restaurants, Carlisle, Pa./794 Old Quarter Road, 
Lewisberry, PA 17339. 
RICHARDS-JOHNSON 

Jane L. Johnson to David Z. Richards Jr. '82. May 3. 1986, 
Trinity United Methodist Church. Danville. Pa. The bride is 
with Merck & Co. and David is with First National 
Bank./21l Bloom Road. Danville. PA 17821. 
SIKORSKI- BURGESS 

Deborah S, Burgess '81 to Robert E Sikorski, May 10. 1986. 
Mountainside Community Presbyterian Church. Mountain- 
side, NJ Theresa A. Santoli '81 was in the wedding party. 
Debra is a technical recruiter, A.T.&T; her husband is project 
manager, A. DR. Assoc. Inc. / 1568 Bud Lane, Yardley PA 
19067 
TRACY- MORSBERGER 

Louann Morsberger '77 to Michael E. Tracy. May 10. 1986. 
Catonsville Presbyterian Church. Catonsville. Md. Christen 
Hefler Reinert '77 was matron of honor Both are with 
Domino's Pizza. /312 West 31st Street, Baltimore, MD 2I2II. 
FAAST- YODER 

Susan D. Yoder '79 to Glenn Allen Faast. May 10, 1986, First 
Church Congregational, Fairfield, Conn. Jeffrey L. Yoder 
'76 was in the wedding party. Susan is a legal secretary with 
Gregory and Adams, Wilton, Conn, and her husband is an 
electrical technician, Bodine Corp., Bridgeport. Conn./ 240 
Riverview Avenue, Shelton, CI 06484. 
SILBERT- DITMARS 

Jessica A. Ditmars '82 to Craig Silbert, May 17, 1986. 
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection. Yardley. Pa. Jonathan 
A. Ditmars '87 was in the wedding party. Jessica is office 
manager. American Capitol Contracting. Inc.; her husband is 
president of the company. / 1613 Crownsville Road. Crowns- 
ville, MD 21032. 
SHIFLETT-LEITZEL 

Sherri A. Leitzel '84 to Brian Shifietl. May 17. 1986. Halifax 
Methodist Church. Halifax. Pa Roberta L. Shade '84 was 
in the wedding party Sherri is a marketing information 
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The Orange and Maroon 

Susquehanna 's proud basketball team of 1902 poses for a portrait prior to their season. 



21 Kimberly Court, #176. Red Bank. NJ 07701. 
FLAKE -COATES 

Susan A. Coates '83 to Louis E. Flake. May 17. 1986, St. 
Mark's Lutheran Church. Hagerslown, Md. Ramona Kunkle 
Clark '83 was matron of honor. Susan is a mathematician at 
Aberdeen Proving Ground. Md.. and her husband is an 
accountant with Amtrak / 1230 Independence Square. 
Belcamp. MD 21017 
JORDAN -MILHEIM 

Anna L. Milheim '84 lo Charles C. Jordan '83. May 17. 
1986. Wallingford Presbyterian Church, Wallingford. Pa. The 
wedding party included Karen S. Scwille '85. Thomas F. 
Dry "83. and James P. Olson '82 Anna is with Forge 
Recording Studios, Inc.,; her husband is a partner in The 
Robert A. Jackson carpentry business. / 5508 Lister Court, 
Chester Springs, PA 19425. 
SCHAEFER - GREENE 

Roberta E. Greene lo Thomas L. Schaefer '78, May 17, 
1986, Aurora, N.Y. Thomas is an area representative for 
continuing education, Penn State/ York. /393 Waters Road, 
York, PA 17403. 
KERBER PETERSEN 

Caria A. Petersen '77 to Philip C. Kerber '80, May 18, 1986 
Francis Asbury United Methodist Church, Berkley Springs, 
W. Va Carla recently earned a degree in nursing and is with 
Maine Medical Center. / 178 Main Street, Freeport, ME 04032. 
McGRATH- VAUTRIN 

Diane Vaulrin '84 lo Michael McGrath, May 24, 1986. St 
Boniface. Sea Cliff. NY. Alane L. Maningo '84 and Karen 



G. Schoenegan '84 were in the wedding party. Diane is a 
program analyst. Standard Microsystems Corp.; her husband 
is a senior tax consultant. Deloitte Haskins & Sells. /9 North 
Dorado Circle. Apt. 2A, Hauppauge, NY 11788. 
PESCHT-CARTER 

Heather L. Carter x'87 to Lutz G. Ptscht '85, May 24, 
1986, The United Lutheran Church, Sunbury, Pa. Lutz is an 
insurance associate. /46-288 Kamehameha Highway. Kaneohe, 
HI 96744. 
MOGIL-BRENAN 

Colleen T. Brenan '85 to Michael W. Mogii, May 25, 
1986, St. Catherine of Siena, Wayne, Pa. Laura Troy '85 
was in the wedding party / 3432 Calhoun Street, New 
Orleans, LA 70125. 
DIETRICH - HOOVER 

Sarah Hoover to Brian J. Dietrich '82, May 31, 1986, First 
Presbyterian Church, York, Pa. David J. Rossi '82. Louis 
Marinaccio Jr. '81, and Thomas J. Figmik '82 were in the 
wedding party. Brian is director of marketing. Ampersand 
Corporation and his wife is office manager. Waterford Profes- 
sional Center/ 767 Clearmount Road. York. PA 17403. 
BATEN-ROyiNE 

Valerie Rovine to William A. Baten '81, May 31, 1986, 
Morristown. N.J. Brian is with Gibson. Nunn and Crutcher 
law firm. / 1105 D Street SB. Washington. D.C. 20003. 
RUDD- WENKE 

Denise C Wenke '83 to Richard W. Rudd '82. May 31. 1986. 
Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church. Basking Ridge, N.J. The 
wedding party included Kathy K. Hasbrouk '83 and Kath- 



leen A. Breneman '83. Denise is a paralegal at Anderson, 
Banks. Moore. Curran & Hollis. Rick is a financial analyst. 
1BM./6 Wells Street, Apt. tfl, Brewster, NY 10509. 
WILHELMSEN- WARMERDAM 

Kristina Warmerdam '82 to Thomas M. Wilhelmsen '83, 
May 31, 1986, Media Presbyterian Church, Media, Pa. The 
wedding party included Lynne Warmerdam '82, Ronald 
Reese '82, Linda Furlong '82, Ellen Whiting '82, and 
Brenda Lange Barthelmess *82. Kristina is an accountant. 
Broad & Noble Assoc, and Tom is a sales representative, 
Glenbrook Laboratories. / 340 Media Station Road. Apt. 
C-318, Media, PA 19063. 
RENTONBIGELOW 

JoAnne Bigelow '70 to Glenn E. Renton, June 7, 1986, 
Community Congregational Church, Lathrup Village, Mich. 
She is on the staff of Werner-Erhard Association and her hus- 
band is a manager for Wood Laboratory, Inc. /4464 Raleigh 
Avenue, Apt. 401. Alexandria, VA 22304. 
FINLAY- KAISER 

Mary E. Kaiser '82 to Joseph W. Finlay, June 7, 1986, St. 
Pius X Church, Monlville, Pa. Lauren A. Shollenberger '82 
was in the wedding party. Mary is an admissions representa- 
tive, Dover Business College, N.J. Her husband is with Stull 
Engraving Co., Randolph, N.J. /31I Partridge Run, Oak 
Ridge, NJ 07438. 
REILLY- LYNCH 

Karen A. Lynch '85 to Glenn P. Reilly '84. June 7. 1986. 
First Presbyterian Church, Red Bank. N.J. The wedding party 
included Lisa L. Duane x'85. Jean E. Schaeffer '85, Ellen 
V. Guinee '86. Amy E. Margolis '86, and Edward J. 
Sweeney '84. Karen is with Dial America Marketing Inc.; 
Glenn is with Roadway Express Inc. / 151 Rt. 206. Building 
58, Apt. 12, Flanders, NJ 07836 
STEVENS- McGUIRE 

Nancy E. McGuire '83 to Daniel M. Stevens, June 7, 1986, 
St. Cecilia's Catholic Church, Pennsauken, N.J. Both are 
with Johnson Wax. / 56 Buttonwood Road, Voorhees, NJ 08043. 
BETZ-LINDQUIST 

Pandi A Lindquist to Dr. William R. Betz '78, June 7, 1986, 
Westminster Presbyterian Church Bill is an internist at 
Bayview Internists, Inc./ 1020 Lord Road, Fairview, PA 16415. 
TUCKER -^ITZER 

Gail E. StiUer '82 to Chris L. TUcker, June 14, 1986, House 
of Prayer Lutheran Church, San Antonio, Texas. Both are in 
the Air Force. / 1431 Cable Ranch Road /i'2403, San Antonio, 
TX 78245. 
SAUERJANESKI 

Karen M. Janeski '83 to Eric R. Sauer "82. June 21. 1986, 
St. Valentine. Bloomfield. N.J. The wedding party included 
Kara Kalustyan Posey '83. Wendy Rittenhouse Arzt '83, 
Peter C. Hinch '8L and Robert J. Hain '82. Karen is with 
AT.&T. and Eric is in sales with Aris-lsotoner, Inc. / 179 
Cleenput Terrace, Paramus, NJ 07652. 
THALER - STEVENSON 

Marjorie A. Stevenson '81 to Roland A Thaler, June 21, 
1986, Christ Hamilton Lutheran Church, Hamilton Square, Pa. 
Cynthia S. Biever '81 was in the wedding party. Marjorie is 
at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medi- 
cine. Her husband is a veterinarian. / 110 East Cedar Street, 
Kennetl Square, PA 19348. 
ADAMS -CARDILLO 

Jacquelyn A. CardUlo to William T. Adams '83, June 28, 1986 
St. Helen's Church, Westfield, NJ. Scolt R, Moore '83 was 
in the wedding party. Bill is an administrative manager for 
Manufacturers Financial Group. His wife is a nursery school 
teacher/ 718 Edmonson Circle, Nashville, TN 37211. 

vaughan-ha:^edt 

Doreen R. Hastedt '75 to Michael C Vaughan, June 28, 1986 
Dublin Community Church, Dublin, Ohio. Doreen is a staff 
underwriting specialist. Nationwide Insurance. Her husband 
edits publications for Wendy's International. /7936 Trellage 
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THORNBURC-LARSEN 

Sue R. Larsen '82 lo ScotI W. Thomburg, June 29, 1986, 
Grace Lutheran Church, Teaneck, N.J. Sue teaches music at 
Upper Saddle River Schools; her husband is a musician in 
Manhattan. /65 Hillside Avenue. Apt. 5J. New York, NY 10040. 
VISCARJELLO - ARNOLD 

Kristin A Arnold to Anthony M. Viscariello '83, July 5. 
1986, Church of the Immaculate Conception. Jenkintown, Pa. 
William H. Haelig '83 was m the wedding party. Both are 
doctoral candidates in chemistry. University of Miami. /9305 
S.W. 77th Avenue, Apl. 332, Miami, FL 33156 
GRIP -SMITH 

Karen L. Smith '85 to Brian Grip. July 11, 1986. /421 Erico 
Avenue. Elizabeth. NJ 07202. 
KWIATEK-HOWE 

Susan J. Howe '83 to Michael Kwiatek, July 12, 1986. 
Centenary United Methodist Church, Hamlin, F^./P.O. Box 
103. Lake Ariel. PA 18436. 
BIROSAKZAWACKI 

Donna M. Zawacki '77 to John P. Birosak '77, July 12, 
1986, Shrewsbury, N J Peter J. Callahan '78 was in the 
wedding party. Donna is a process technician for Exxon and 
John is accounting supervisor. Allied-Signal. / 129 Bayberry 
Drive, Somerset. NJ 08873. 
RIPA- GEORGE 

Wendy S. George '79 to John F. Ripa '8L July 12, 1986, 
Stevenson United Methodist Church. Berlin. Md. Michael D. 
Kistler '82 was in the wedding party. Both are with Bayside Fire 
Protection Co., Inc./ 10 Franklin Square. Berlin. MD 21811. 
WALTER- WELTY 

Patricia Welly '79 to Kenneth N. Walter. July 12. 1986. 
Cathedral of St. Catherine of Siena, Allentown, Pa. The wed- 
ding parly included Nancy. J. Evey '78 and Susan Odjakjian 
'79. / 1106 Oyster Bay. Sugar Land. TX 77478. 
REID- CARLSON 

Cynthia S. Carlson to Robert K. Reid '79. July 19. 1986. 
Weis Library United Methodist Church. Fairview, Pa. The 
wedding parly included William N. Garretl '78. and Robert 
Whitmoyer '80. Robert is director of instrumental music. 
Wattsburg Area Schools. / 3205 Saltsman Road. Erie. PA 16510. 
LEWIS-DOBRY 

Denise A. Dobry to Michael K. Lewis '84. July 26. 1986. 
Our Mother of Good Counsel Church. Brynmawr. Pa. They 
live in Allentown. Pa. 
DAVIS- COOK 

Rev. Catherine J. Cook '82 to David A. Davis. August 2, 
1986. Wyoming Presbyterian Church. Millburn. N.J. The 
wedding party included Cynthia Cook '90 and parents. 
Madaline Lease Cook 'S3 and Henry S. Cook '56 Cathy is 
a hospital chaplain. Her husband is pastor of First Presbyterian 
Church. Blackwood. N.J./21 East Church Street. Blackwood, 
NJ 08012. 
HA I DINGER - JENKINS 

Edie Jenkins to Christopher Haidinger '80. August 2. 1986. 
Washington Crossing. Pa. Chris is financial planner for 
Janney. Montgomery. Scott and is pursuing a master's degree at 
Rider College. /476 Walker Avenue, West Trenton, NJ 08628. 
STRASSNER - KORPER 

Juliann Korper '70 to Larry H. Strassner. August 8. 1986. 
Webster. N.Y./753 Brisa del Mar Drive. El Paso, TX 79912. 

CASTANO - McDonnell 

Jeanne McDonnell '82 to Jose Luis Castano. August 9. 1986. 
Long Island. N.Y. After several years of studying and 
leaching in Spain. Jeanne plans to teach Spanish. /Box 2115. 
Setauket. NY 11733. 
BAILEY -McLWGHLm 

Diane L. McLaughlin '83 to David M. Bailey. August 24. 
1986. St. Mark's Lutheran Church. Williamspon. Pa. '721 
High Street. WiUiamsport, PA 17701. 
de MOLINA -SAYECH 

Donna M. Sayegh '80 to Alvaro G. de Molina. August 24. 
1986. Donna is a marketing representative for Xerox Corp. / 9 



Mt Vernon Square. Verona. NJ 07044. 
HUFF -SARGENT 

Paula A. Sargent '83 to Mitchell T. Huff. August 30. 1986. 
St. Thomas More Church, Pottstown. Pa. They live in 
Raleigh. N.C. 
BAKER- RUBIO 

Michele N. Rubio '83 to Robert R Baker. August 30. 1986. 
Our Lady of Peace Church. New Providence. N.J. The wed- 
ding party included Loren J. Bernieri '83. Kimberly 
Dodson McCarthy '83. Laura J. Reynolds '83, and Nancy 
Jones Gillette '83. Michele is an account executive, Chubb 
Insurance C0./8I Rector Street, Millburn, NJ 07041. 
KRILL- PARKS 

Brenda L. Parks '80 to Dr. Gregory E. Krill. September 
6. 1986. St. James United Church of Christ. West Reading. 
Pa. Alayne Hunter Fessler '80 and Lynn E. Parks '82 were 
in the wedding party. Brenda is marketing officer. Citizens 
and Southern National Bank./7200 St. Ann's Court S.W.. 
Fort Myers. FL 33908. 
WARRICK -FISHER 

Mary R. Fisher '85 to William C. Warrick '85. September 
6. 1986. St. John's Lutheran Church. Leek Kill, Pa. Robin L. 
Brown '85 and Denise Rode Russell '85 were in the wed- 
ding party. Bill is an accountant with Peat. Marwick. Mitch- 
ell & Co. Mary is an accountant with Ailing & Cory. /99R 
Autumn Lane, Enola. PA 17025. 
TASHJY-DiLONARDO 

Lori R. DiLonardo '82 to M. Scott Tashjy '82, September 
13. 1986. St. Anthony's. Nanuet. NY. Sherri L. Apple '82 
and Gail C. DiLonardo '86 were in the wedding party. Scott 
is an attorney with Edelstein & Bernstein. Lori is an account 
executive. Federal Express. /3312 Cypress Court. South 
Brunswick. NJ 08852. 
WOERNER- VI LLANO 

Kathleen Villano '85 to Andy S. Woemer, September 20, 
1986, Church of the Assumption, Emerson, N.J. Nancy A. 
Horvath '85 was maid of honor. / 245 Ballantyne Street, IflO. 
El Cajon. CA 92020. 
NIVISON-HAMMARSTROM 

Lisa D. Hammarstrom '82 to William N. Nivison '83. 
September 20. 1986. Peapack Reformed Church. Gladstone. 
N.J. The wedding party included Susan L. Asher '82. Tura 
H. Dickert '78. F. Peter Arzt '83. David W. Powers '83. 
and Alfred W. Murray '83. Lisa is an associate manager. 
A.T.&T. Bill is with New Jersey Department of Agricul- 
ture. / 36 Shire Court. Belle Mead, NJ 08502. 
REESE -BONNER 

Holly A. Bonner '83 to Theodore K. Reese x'85. September 
27. 1986. Christ the King Church. Haddonfield. N.J. Kristen 
A. Schreiber '85 was a bridesmaid. Holly is a nurse at Hershey 
Medical Center. Her husband is vice president. Reese 
Funeral Home. Inc. / 915 Penn Street. Harrisburg, PA 17102. 
LADKA-DRESSLER 

Kellie J. Dressier '84 to Robert C. Ladka. October 4, 1986, 
Christ Memorial Episcopal Church. Danville, Pa. Beverly 
Jones '84 and Alice Perlman '84 were in the wedding party 
Kellie is a research analyst for the District of Columbia. Her 
husband is an internal auditor, Reston Hospital Community 
Center /5790 Dunster Court. #270, Alexandria, VA 22311. 
DURANKIRALY 

Stacy A. Kiraly '79 to Armando Duran, October 11, 1986. 
Presbyterian Church, Toms River, N.J. Stacy is pharmacy 
manager. Drum Emporium, Inc. /223 Scottdale Road. #B301. 
Lansdowne. PA 19050. 
BENTZ- TURNS 

Laurie C. Turns '86 to Timothy N. Bentz '84. October 
11. 1986. Laurie is counselor with Catholic Youth Services. 
Tim IS with ITT Financial Services. /71 Watkin Street. 
Swoyerville. PA 18704. 
HEANEY-RICKERT 

Jill Rickert to Robert A. Heaney, Jr. '84. October 11. 
1986 Henry Belcolle '84 and Lee McCarthy III '84 were in 



the wedding party He is with First Jersey National 
Bank./ 122 Hammel Place, Maywood, NJ 07607. 
MILLER-WEBER 

Susan K. Weber '84 to Steven C. Miller '84. October 11. 
1986. St. Mary's Church. Norwalk. Conn. Frank Daly '84 
and Alayne Maningo '84 were in the wedding party. Susan 
is an account manager. B.von Paris & Sons. Inc. Steven is a 
programmer analyst. Calculon Corp. /20617A Shadyside Way. 
Germantown, MD 20874. 
GINGRICH- GUERRISI 

Theresa L. Guerrisi '80 to Jeff Gingrich. October 11. 1986. 
Paxton Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg, Pa. Teri is reporter/ 
anchor with WHP-21 News. / 152 Ringneck Drive, Harris- 
burg. PA 17112. 
GARRATY- KELLER 

Joanna M. Kestler x'77 to Philip J. Garraty, October 18, 
1986. Faith Reformed Baptist Church, Media. Pa,/3821 
Garrett Road #1. Drexel Hill, PA 19026. 
ARZT- RITTEN HOUSE 

Wendy R. Rittenhouse '83 to F. Peter Arzt '84. October 
18. 1986. United Church of Christ (Reformed Church of the 
Ascension). Jeffersonville. Pa. The wedding party included 
Karen Janaski Sauer '83. Kara Kalustyan Posey '83. 
William N. Nivison '83, and David W. Powers '83. Peter is 
an account executive. Brown Transport Co. Wendy is in 
employee sales. Sperry Corp. /R.R. #1, Box 259, Oakwood 
Drive, New Egypt, NJ 08533. 
COLOSKY- TROUT 

KrisU Trout '84 to W James Colosky, October 18, 1986, 
First Presbyterian Church, Morrisville, Pa./76 Summit 
Street, Fairport, NY 14450. 
CUNNINGHAM- OVERKOTT 

Constance L. Overkott x'73 to James C. Cunningham, 
October 18, 1986. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Ashland. 
Pa. She is head nurse maternity. Poltsville Hospital and 
Werne Clinic. /325 McKnight Street, Gordon, PA 17936. 

Born Crusaders 

To Ronald and Virginia Taylor Brookhart x'78, a son. 
Christopher Allen. June 6. 1982. /R.D. #1. Box 467. Liver- 
pool. PA 17045. 

To David and Faizah Aziz Wells '85, a son, Noah Ibrahim, 
October 2, 1984. /R.D. #2, Box 27, Middleburg, PA 17842. 

To Rodger and Nancy Finan Smith '73, a daughter, 
Christine Leigh, April 15, 1985. /Box 76, R.D. #2, Butternut 
Road, Califon, NJ 07830 

To John D. '76 and Martha Miller Schwartz '77, a 
daughter. Lauren Marie. July 1. 1985 John is an Operations 
Research Analyst with Eastman Kodak and also teaches at the 
University of Rochester. Marti does landscaping and teaches 
in the Greece (N.Y.) Continuing Education Program. /36 Bet- 
wood Lane. Rochester. NY 14626. 

To Scott W. '76 and Janet Kirkpatrick Bartelt '76. a son. 
Steven William. July 9. 1985. / 1316 Kenstar Drive. Landis- 
ville. PA 17538. 

To John and Carol Lynne Wells Kueffner '74. a son. Jeremy 
Hunter. August 30. 1985. /R.R. )»1. Box 7010. Waterbury 
Center, VT 05677. 

To Michael A x'75 and Laurel Hinkley Falkner '73, a 
son, Timothy Arthur, October 18, 1985. / 1231 Poplar Avenue, 
Baltimore, MD 21227. 

To Mr and Mrs Timothy M. Hall '80. a son. Nathan 
Timothy. October 21. 1985. Tim is a sales representative with 
Nationwide Insurance Company. /7600 McNamara Drive. 
Glen Burnie. MD 21060 

To Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Scott '70, a son, Kevin 
Joseph, October 24, 1985. / 253 Jefferson Avenue. Paramus, 
NJ 07652. 

To Christopher R. '75 and Janice Woltjen Anglen '73. a son, 
Kevin Roger, October 25, 1985. Chris is vice president of 



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marketing /sales for Ebonex. /P.O. Box 482, Endicott. NY 13760. 

To Mr. and Mrs. James A. Baglin '74. by adoption, a girl, 
Leigh Ann, born October 26, 1985 in Seoul, Korea. /240 
Stephenson Avenue, Middlesex, NJ 08846. 

To Mr and Mrs Robert C. Zimmerman Jr. '76, a son, 
Troy Robert, November 17. 1985. /R.D. #2, Box 472, Sunbury. 
PA 17801. 

To Barry D. '76 and Lorraine Miller Hartshorn '77. a 
daughter. Lauren Everett. November 30. 1985. / 340 West 
Springettsbury Avenue. York. PA 17403. 

To Edward and Marjorie Johnson Olson '77, a son, Adam 
Laurence, December 20, 1985. /3172 Oakmount Road, Holcomb, 
NY 14469. 

To David and Cynthia Flenunens Neiss '75, a daughter, 
Kelly Amanda. December 22, 1985. /601 Sunset Drive. 
WrightsviUe. PA 17368. 

To Ronald E. '83 and Kathleen Shemory Donnelly '84, a 
son. Stephen Matthew, December 22. 1985/702 Rolling 
Green Drive. Selinsgrove. PA 17870. 

To Kenneth E. and Suzanne Reed Miller '77. a son. 
Timothy Jordan, January 3, 1986. /2721 North Second Street, 
Harrisburg, PA 17110. 

To Gary D. '71 and Diane Farrington Macia '71, a son, 
Nicholas Farrington, January 8, 1986. /R.D. #3, Deerhill 
Road, Lebanon, NJ 08833. 

To Derryl and Nancy Moir Barton '73, a daughter, 
Meredith Lane, January 20, 1986. / 8567 Fairfax Street, 
Manassas, VA 22110. 

To Edgar L. and Cheryl Gingrich Ferrich '75, a daughter. 
Abigail Lynn, January 24, 1986. /R.D. #3, Box 624, Slatington, 
PA 18080. 

To Jeffrey and Beverly Stock Wolf '71, a daughter. Maria 
Ann, June 18, 1986./225'/2 Lincolnway East, New Oxford, 
PA 17350. 

To David H. '78 and Anne Guckes Ottley '78, a daughter, 
Christine Levering, June 23, 1986. / 100 Twin Oaks Land, 
West Chester, PA 19380. 

To Larry L. '76 and Susan Booth Jacobs '77, a daughter, 
Hayley Jo, June 25, 1986./ 2 Circle Drive, Jacobus, PA 17407. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Nogle '77, a son, Mark Evan, 
June 26, 1986/3610 Village Road, Dover, PA 17315. 

To Mr and Mrs. C. Neil Peterson '71. a son, Eric Michael, 
June 30, 1986/475 Rices Mill Road, Wyncole, PA 19095. 

To Gregory A. and Sharon Saxton Jones x'77, a daughter, 
Kirby Lynne, July 9, 1986./ 16 Towne View Drive, R.D. #2, 
Box 282B, Mansfield, PA 16933. 

To Scott Douglas '81 and Dale Robertson Snyder '83, a 
daughter, Shawna Leigh, July 11, 1986. / 741 North Shore 
Road, Beesley's Point. NJ 08223. 

To Bradford L. '76 and Karen Johnson Hollinger '77. a 
daughter, Jessica Leigh, July 29. 1986. Brad is Director of 
Provider Payment, Capitol Blue Cross. /500 Arlington Road, 
Camp Hill, PA 17011. 

To Richard and Christine Schmidt Smith '74, a son, Jason 
Arthur, August 1. 1986 / 10689 John Ayres Drive, Fairfax, VA 
22032. 

To David and Leslie Wilson Funk '80. a daughter. Julianne 
Viola, August 3, 1986 / 1009 Cherry Lane, Southampton, PA 
18966. 

To Bernard A . and Marion Hilsher Borr '75, a daughter, 
Catherine Connors, August 22, 1986/22 Beaver Run Road, 
Downingtown, PA 19335. 

To Daniel R. '76 and Wendy Mason McDougall '79, a 
daughter, Lauren, August 29, 1986 / 12 Crusher Road, 
Hopewell, NJ 08525. 

To David and Joan Domin Hentges '77. twin sons. 
Stephen Ronald and John Domin. September 8. 1986. Joan is 
an obstetric nurse at Natividad Medical Center, Salinas, 
Calif., and her husband is a jeweler at his father's shop, 
D'lanor of Carmel, Calif. /443 Diana Place, Marina, CA 
93933. 
To Captain and Mrs. David R. Getz '78, a daughter, Laura 



Marie, September 12. 1986. /27 Georgetown Green, Charlottes- 
ville, VA 22901. 

To Donald J. '80 and Beth Black Krupka '81. a daughter. 
Jamie Lynne. September 20. 1986. Don is store manager, 
Rite-Aid Drugs, Hackensack, N.J. /310 Kinderkamack Road, 
Oradell, NJ 07649, 

To Paul F. '76 and Vicki Metz Wilson '74. a son, Andrew 
Metz, September 30, 1986 / 10 Sparkle Drive, Reedsville. PA 
17084. 

To V. Robert '80 and Martha Montgomery Buono '80, a 
daughter, Taryn, October 1, 1986. /718 Maywood Avenue, 
May wood, NJ 07607. 

To Lee and Dorothy Muzzy LaPierre '75, a daughter, Betsy 
Elaine, October 5, 1986 / 128 Montvale Avenue, Woburn, MA 
01801. 

To Jeffrey and Lisa Campbell Lynch '81. a son. Jordan 
Michael. October 22. 1986. / 121 York Street, Enola, PA 17025. 

To John and Susan Lang Martin '74, a son, John Douglas, 
October 29, 1986./ 13 Brookwood Drive, West Caldwell. NJ 
07006 

To Andrew S. '79 and Elizabeth Kennedy Graybill '79. a 
daughter. Caitlin Kennedy, October 31, 1986/2735 Marietta 
Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17601. 

To Mr and Mrs. Kurt H. Kohler '76, a son, Kenneth 
Chene, March 26, 1986. /R.D. #3, 11 Estates Drive, Reading, 
PA 19606. 

To James N. '79 and Jane Schlegel Petitte '77, a daughter, 
Jennifer Marie, March 30, 1986/252 Stone Road, Apt. 39, 
Guelph, Ontario, Canada, NIG 2VX 

To Timothy J. and Marybeth Reitz Schneider '81, a son, 
Matthew William, April 1. 1986. /237 Mcintosh Road. West 
Chester, PA 19382. 

To Ralph H and MaryBeth Kibbe Smith '73. a son. 
Chase Daryl, April 8, 1986 /R.D. #2, Box 531, Jersey Shore, 
PA 17740. 

To Mr. and Mrs. William L. Gustitus '77, a son, Geoffrey 
Llewellyn, April 17, 1986. /413 North Shore Drive, Mundelein, 
IL 60060 

To Scott and Kristi Grose Hampton '82, a daughter, Maria 
Maija, April 29, 1986./ 3858 Pembrook Court #4, Columbus, 
GA 31907. 

To Rev. Raymond J. '74 and Gail Elser Hand '74, a son, 
Thomas Scott, May 10, 1986. /R.D. #3, Box 227. New Tripoli. 
PA 18066. 

To Peter J. '80 and Barbara Soltau Ciccaglione '80. a 
daughter, Kathryn Ann, May 11, 1986. /41 Caldwell Road. 
Parsippany. NJ 07054. 

To Robert D. and Nancy Reed Rock '76, a son, David 
Reed, May 13, 1986./ 22 Hobart Avenue, Short Hills, NJ 
07078. 

To Elrick F. and Sharon Karle Snyder '78, a daughter, 
Erin Michelle, May 25, 1986./ 3207 Burnham Court, Lot 
933, Liverpool. NY 13090 

To Mr and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Litchfield '82, a son, Kyle 
Earl, May 25, 1986. Jeff is a major account manager for ITT 
Corp./ 2934 Heathstead Place, Charlotte, NC 28210. 

To Timothy R. '82 and LuVerne Harrop Hoover '82, a 
daughter, Tegan Meredith, June 1. 1986./812F Eagle Heights, 
Madison, WI 53705. 

To Patrick F. '76 and Elizabeth Walsh Kreger '76. a son. 
Matthew Patrick. June 4, 1986. /26 Indian Valley Road. Ramsey. 
NJ 07446. 

To Michael and Kathleen Shade lacobucci '80. a daughter. 
Melissa Ann. January 29. 1986. / 237 Rockingham Road. 
Rosemont. PA 19010. 

To Michael J. and Gretchen Freed Whalen '82. a daughter. 
Geremy Sandra. February 3, 1986. / 48 Pear Tree Lane. 
Franklin Park. NJ 08823. 

To Robert C. '76 and Robin Gallo Hutchison '79. a 
daughter, Lauren Bliss. February 5, 1986/2258 Bankstone 
Drive, Marietta. GA 30064. 

To James L. '73 and Nancy Griffm Bergen '74, a daughter. 



Katherine Anne "Katie", February 11, 1986. /R.D. #1, Box 
329. Cogan Station. PA 17728. 

To Andrew and Pamela Marino Weiss '81, a son, James 
Bentley. February 11. 1986. / 3014 Greenleaf Street, AUentown, 
PA 18104. 

To Kurt A. and Karen Seitz Kniss '79, a son, TVler Seitz, 
February 15, 1986. /R.D. #2, Box 524V, Northumberland, PA 
17857 

To Stephen C. and Karen Klahre Munzer '80. a son. Stephen 
Donald. February 16. 1986. Karen is a loan processor for 
Weaver Bros.. Inc. and her husband is a salesman for Pepsi 
Cola./20409 Afternoon Lane. Germantown, MD 20874. 

To Mr and Mrs. J. Randy Westrol '79, a daughter. 
Heather Marie. February 19. 1986. / 321 Fay Avenue. 
Elizabeth. NJ 07202. 

To Rev. Paul and Beth Petri Leggett '74, a daughter, 
Gwendolyn Petri, February 20, 1986. /63 Tuxedo Road, 
Montclair, NJ 07042. 

To Edwin V. HI '74 and Jane Cleary Babbitt '76, a son, 
Ronnan Davidson, February 26, 1986. Ted is vice president 
and general manager of Babbitt Steam Specialty Co. in New 
Bedford, MA./40 Main Street, Marion, MA 02738. 

To Robert W. '68 and Margaret McCracken Schiipp '69, 
a son, Adam Christopher, February 27, 1986. Bob is an 
intelligence specialist for the U.S. Army. / 8770 Country 
Lane, Manassas, VA 22110. 

To Stephen C. '80 and Cynthia Darnall Samaha '80, a 
daughter, Amanda Marie, March 2, 1986. / 2017 Vernon 
Street, Oakhurst. NJ 07755. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Kemper '80, a daughter, 
Nicole Michelle, March 8, 1986, / 118 South High Street, 
Selinsgrove, PA 17870. 

To Attorney and Mrs. Fred H. Hait '69, a son, John 
Thaddeus, March 11. 1986. Fred is with the law firm of 
Griffe & Turo./1851 Lisburn Road, Carlisle, PA 17013. 

To Robert H. '80 and Alyane Hunter Fessler '80, a son, 
Daniel Henry, March 17, 1986. / 1053 Rhodora Avenue, Reading, 
PA 19605. 



Deaths 



Clarence W. Wensel '37. 

O. Daniel MacCartney '43, of Alabama. October 2. 1984. 

Fronda Krebs Hummer '25, Harrisburg. Pa., May 1985. 

Charles Hess x'SO, Selinsgrove. February 27, 1986 

Essex Botsford Wagner '28, Front Royal, Va.. June 24, 1986 

Donald Shadle '68, Monterey, Calif., June 30, 1986 

David A. Ertley x'30, Kingston, Pa., July 7, 1986. 

Rev. Ralph H. Casner '30, Downington. Pa.. July 23, 1986 

Jacob E. Bishop '25, Merchantville, Pa., July 26, 1986 

Helen Keller Perry '35, Arlington, Mass.. July 30. 1986. 

Clair A. Kaltreider '40, Richmond, Va., August 8, 1986. 

Ernest B, Cassler '20, Windber. Pa.. August 14. 1986. 

Robert W. Crouse '29, Dry Run. Pa.. September 8, 1986. 

Rev. Lester B. Lutz '26, Topton, Pa., September 13, 1986 

John H. Keller '21, Selinsgrove. September 14, 1986 

Ruth J. Brubaker '27, Cairnbrook. Pa.. September 14. 1986 

Rev. Kenneth Zimmerman '58, Catawissa, Pa., 

September 17, 1986. 
Kenneth Cassell '28, Harrisburg, Pa., October 15. 1986. 
Rev. L. Arthur Wagner '29, Elysburg, Pa., October 26, 1986 
Dr. William Curry '43, Danville. Pa., October 30. 1986. 
L. Marie Miller '19, Selinsgrove, October 31, 1986 
Kay L. Bloom '49, Northumberland, Pa., November 17, 1986 
John D. Warner '45, Daytona Beach. Fla.. November 14, 1986. 
James H. Conrad '51, Sunbury. Pa., December 4, 1986. 
Ralph H. Wetzel, Selinsgrove, December 9, 1986 
Dr. Andrew V. Kozak '32, State College. Pa , 

December 17, 1986. 
Gerhard F. Kern x'32, Harrisburg. Pa.. December 20. 1986 
Keene White '86, Camp Hill, Pa., March 21. 1987. 



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Acting on unusually 
positive results of 
a feasibility study, 
the Susquehanna 
University Board 
of Directors has 
launched a two-year capital campaign 
for endowment and campus needs. 
The campaign theme is "Window of 
Opportunity: The Campaign for 
Susquehanna." 

The University has identified a 
preliminary list of funding priorities 
totaling $20 million. However, the 
board has deferred setting a campaign 
goal until board members and other 
key potential contributors have been 
contacted. The list is to be finalized 
by early 1988, 

The campaign is expected to extend 
through the spring of 1989 according 
to a timeline which allows for 
participation by all Susquehanna 
University constituencies. 

"In this increasingly competitive 
world, our "list of needs' must be met 
if we are to meet the challenge of 
providing the highest quality of 
education in order to recruit and retain 
the most able of students." said Board 
Chair Harold O'Connor. "Our 
investment is in developing "excellence 
of mind' of our young people. They are 
our future. There cannot be a more 
important task." 

Susquehanna already has begun 
enlisting campaign leadership from its 
Board of Directors so that Board and 
other advance gift solicitations could 
begin this summer. 

Robert F. Weis, vice president and 

treasurer of Weis Markets Incorporated. 

will serve as Steering Committee Chair. 

Two long-time University friends will 



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Robert F. Weis 
Steering Comnullee Chair 



VOLUME 55 

NUMBER 2 

SPRING/SUMMER 1987 




Faculty list facility needs after meeting with architects 



Board Launches 

Capital 

Campaign 





serve as Honorary Campaign Chairs, 
They are Helen Decker Blough, wife 
of the late Roger M. Blough '25, 
and Charles Degenstein. retired Weis 
Markets E.\ecutive. Mrs. Blough will 
be continuing the legacy set forth 
by her husband who was honorary chair 
for "A Signpost for the Seventies" 
campaign. 

Larry Isaacs '43. retired executive 
vice president for Federated Department 
Stores, Incorporated, will serve as 
National Campaign Chair. 

O'Connor, retired president of 
Chemcut Corporation/Subsidiary of 
Schering AG, West Berlin, will lead 
Board Solicitation. 

Sam Ross '54, president-elect of 
Pennsylvania Blue Shield, will serve 
as Major Gifts Chair. 

Doug Arthur '49, retired vice 
president and regional manager for 
Nationwide Insurance Company, will be 
Planned Gifts Chair. 

"Susquehanna truly appreciates the 
time that its Board leaders and all 
campaign volunteers are committing to 
the campaign. It is a healthy sign when 
such busy people are willing to commit 
their time for such a campaign," 
President Joel Cunningham said. "This 
campaign is reflective of the fact that it 
provides Susquehanna with the 
opportunity for making a difference in 
the future. This is a time of great 
opportunity for Susquehanna." 

The feasibility for such a campaign 
was affirmed in late 1986 in confidential 
interviews conducted by Marts and 
Lundy, a national development 
consulting firm. Sixty-three alumni, 
friends and faculty indicated 
overwhelming support for 

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Harold O'Connor 
Board Solicitation Chair 



Liny Isaacs '43 
National Campaign Chair 



Sam Ross '54 
Major Gifts Chair 



Doug Arthur '49 
Planned Gifts Chair 



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Comment 

When I took the position of Alumni Director at 
Susquehanna last December, I knew I would enjoy 
it, but 1 didn't know I'd enjoy it this much. If 
you've attended Susquehanna Alumni Club 
fijnctions this spring, you've probably heard me 
say that. It truly is an enjoyable and gratifying 
experience to be back at Susquehanna. 

It's been great to be back on campus-in spite of 
commuting from Williamsport. But I've discovered 
that the real joy of the job is meeting with 
SU alums. 

The welcomes have been overwhelming. Folks I 
didn't know or knew only by name have become 
old friends in an evening's time. Others whom I 
hadn't seen for 20 or so years have been equally 
hospitable. In some ways, it's as if we were all 
sophomores again except that we don't have to 
worry about "studying for a Benny tomorrow." 

Wherever I go, the story is the same-warmth 
and welcome in abundance. The affection and 
loyalty shown toward our alma mater is more than 
even I anticipated. 

The last week in April was particularly hectic. I 
attended alumni club activities in five areas in four 
days, and had to miss the Susquehanna Valley Club 
event to be in Johnstown. My wife Brenda and I 
went to Allentown the next day for the Lehigh 
Valley Club function. Brenda's spur-of-the-moment 
decision to join me was a very fortunate one. 

Brenda and I thought we had purchased a home 
in the Selinsgrove area, only to find that the 
owners weren't quite ready to retire to Florida. 
No deal. No house. Meanwhile, our house in 
Williamsport had been sold and we needed to move 
in a few short weeks. 

Brenda happened to mention our dilemma to Gus 
Kaufman '42 and his wife Jane. Gus told Brenda 
that his brother would be putting his house on the 
market soon and that we should call him. We 
called, saw the house, liked it, and made the 
necessary arrangements to purchase. (Gus, don't 
forget to get your finder's fee.) 




Mark your calendar for... 



Jim Campbell 

The point of this story is not simply to let you 
know that we're moving to Selinsgrove, but rather 
to let you know that there is a "Susquehanna 
University Alumni Network" out there. 

I hope that the Alumni Office can assist alums in 
the way Gus and Jane Kaufman assisted us. I'm 
sure there are other similar stories among the S.U. 
alumni family. 

After the round of spring club activities, it was 
on to Alumni Weekend, which was something like 
a chapter from "Adventures Into the Unknown." 
Having never been responsible for staging an 
Alumni Weekend, it was difficult to know what to 
expect. However, with great Alumni Office staff 



EVENTS 




SEPT. 11-13 Volunteer Leadership Weekend 


OCT. 9-11 Homecoming 




OCT. 


24 Benjamin Kurtz Circle Dinner 




(by invitation only) 


OCT. 30-NOV. 1 Fall Parents Weekend 




FOOTBALL 




SEPT. S 


Johns Hopkins (Scrimmage) 


Away 


SEPT. 12 


Muhlenberg 


Home 


SEPT. 19 


Moravian 


Home 


SEPT. 26 


Wilkes 


Away 


OCT. 3 


Upsala 


Home 


OCT. 10 


Delaware Valley 


Home 


OCT. 17 


Lebanon Valley 


Away 


OCT. 24 


Widener 


Away 


OCT. 31 


Juniata (Parents Day) 


Home 


NOV. 7 


Lycoming 


Home 


NOV. 14 


Albright 


Away 



(All games are scheduled for 1:30) 



support and help from people both on and off 
campus who had been through the experience, 
things came together. Buss Carr '52 also 
helped considerably. 

The events and turnout of alumni were 
gratifying. We hope to draw even larger groups of 
alumni back to campus in the future. Photographs 
and stories about the weekend are featured in this 
issue of the Alumnus. For those of you who 
attended and for those of you who missed the 
opportunity to enjoy a great Susquehanna reunion, 
now is the time to plan for Homecoming 1987. Join 
us on campus October 10! 



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Director of Public Relations /Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Scou E. Deitch 85 

Publications Manager 

Jean Smith 

Director of Alumni Relations 

James J Campbell '63 



Susquehanna University 
Alumni Association 

John G. Foos '71, president: William A. Lewis '68, 
Louis F. Santangelo '50, vice presidents: Donald S. King '66, 
secretary: Chester G. Rowe '52, treasurer: Leslie R. Butler '62, 
Alben P, Molinaro Jr. '50, Lawrence E, Mundis '66. 
Norrine Bailey Spencer '68. Carl A. Campbell '54. 
representatives on the University Board of Directors. 

Executive Board members-at-large. term expiring 1988: 

Todd G, Burns '81. Robert G, Carr '75. Alan C Lovell 

'70, Leah Cryder Oberheim '47. Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72, 

Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41. Rudolph van der Hiel '63. Term 

expiring 1989: Henry R Albright '54. Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 

'77, William D. Atkinson '74, Donna Ake Burkholder '67. 

William E. Cochran '8.1. Carol B, Kehler '74, 

David R. Odenath '79. Term expiring 1990: Margaret Anne Finley 

'85, Robert L. Fiscus '59, Robert A. Gabrenya '40, 

Joe W. Kleinbauer '63, Richard W. Renn '73, Nevin C.T Shaffer 

x"49, Dorothy E. Wesner, '81. 



Susquehanna University Nondiscrimination Policy 

It is the policy of Susquehanna University not to discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, or 
handicap in its educational programs, admissions practices, scholar- 
ship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered 
activities, or employment practices. This policy is in compliance with 
the requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX 
of the Education Amendments of 1972. Section 504 of die Rehabilita- 
tion Act of 1973. regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, and all 
other applicable Federal, Slate and local statutes, ordinances, and 
regulations. Inquiries regarding compliance with Title IX and Section 
504 may be directed to Dr. Joel L, Cunningham, President. 
Susquehanna University Selinsgrove, Pa, 17870. (717) 374-0101; or lo 
the Director of the Department of Education. Washington. DC, 

Susquehanna Alumnus (USPS 529-960) is published quarterly 
by Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania 17870 
Second-class postage paid at Selinsgrove, Pa, POSTMASTER: 
Send address changes to Susquehanna Alumnus. Susquehanna 
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FROM PAGE I 

Susquehanna, its administration and board of 

directors, and a capital campaign to meet identified 

needs. 

Ralph Wolfe, senior vice president for Marts 
and Lundy, said in his 24 years with the firm he 
has never seen a survey produce such uniformly 
positive results. 

Endowment for scholarships, faculty development 
and library needs received overwhelming support 
while building renovations of residence halls, 
instructional fecilities and the library were perceived as 
the most important physical plant projects. 

Alumni and friends of Susquehanna will be kept 
informed of campaign progress through a newsletter 
which is to begin publication this fall. 

The Susquehanna University Fund, the annual 
campaign which supports student financial aid, 
faculty recruitment, programs and facilities, will 
continue as a separate fund raising effort throughout 
the campaign. 

"Annual giving to Susquehanna will continue to be 
a vital source to help the University bridge the gap 
between tuition revenue and the actual cost of a 
Susquehanna education," Cunningham said. "Because 
the identified needs are over and above the ongoing 
operation of Susquehanna, the SUF remains 
irreplaceable in maintaining the financial health of the 
University. We hope that our friends will respond 
when they are solicited for the campaign in addition to 
their annual gift." 



Preliminary Campaign Priorities 



ENDOWMENT NEEDS 

1. Scholarships 

2. Faculty development and support (chairs, research, travel, program development, etc.) 

3. Library 

4. Instructional Equipment (replacement and modernization) 

5. Buildings and grounds (ongoing support for upkeep and renovation) 

6. Unrestricted (provide support to the current budget) 

7. Special programs (Honors Program, cultural events, speakers, etc.) 

PHYSICAL PLANT NEEDS 

1 . Residence hall renovations 

2- Renovation of instructional facilities (Bogar, Fisher, Heilman, Steele) 

3- Library renovation 

4 New science facilities 

5. New fine arts facility (classrooms, studios and gallery space) 

6. Selinsgrove Hall restoration 

ANNUAL GIVING (over a 5-year period) 

Endorsed by the Board of Directors of Susquefianna University. February 1987 



Architects Assess Campus Needs 



After thoroughly examining the campus, 
architects say that Susquehanna University 
has a strong foundation for planning 
facilities which will meet the educational 
needs of the next decade. 

A team of architects from Spillman Farmer 
Architects of Bethlehem, PA recently completed a 
three-month facilities study of the Susquehanna 
campus. Susquehanna commissioned the study in 
early 1987 to get an overview of facilities in order to 
develop plans for enhancing the campus. 

"The facilities study is a conceptual development 
plan to help the University develop obtainable 
goals for campus renewal and to meet educational 
needs and objectives," said Bob Spillman, 
project leader, 

Spillman and two architects walked the campus, 
inspected facilities, studied the University strategic 
plan, and met with faculty, staff, students, and 
administrators to get a sense of uses and needs. 

In his preliminary report to the University, 
Spillman praised the University for the 
effectiveness of its external maintenance program 
and cited the beauty of the campus as a special 
strength. The architects also found that the 191-acre 
campus supports Susquehanna's concept of a small 
university within the context of a basic liberal arts 
curriculum. While there are three separate schools, 
Spillman wrote, it is apparent that the campus 
promotes interaction between students and faculty 
of the various disciplines. 




Architect Bob Spiltimi 



The layout of the campus can be compared to an 
axis with the Blough Learning Center on one end 
and the Degenstein Campus Center on the opposite 
end. Between the two lie general classroom 



buildings which serve most disciplines. Faculty 
offices interspersed in the buildings have resulted 
in "positive and casual faculty -student 
relationships," Spillman said. 

"This facilities plan encourages continuing this 
relationship and stresses the refurbishing of general 
classroom space," Spillman stated. "The fact that 
the exteriors of most buildings are in very good 
condition means that dollars spent on renovations 
will specifically enhance the academic program." 

Preservation of open campus space also will 
inspire future design, architects said. Other 
recommended changes will improve the physical 
beauty of the campus, the safety of Susquehanna 
students, and traffic and parking for students, 
faculty, and visitors. 

From their research, architects identified six 
major needs: 

>• To refurbish four of the University's seven 

residence halls. 
>■ To renovate the Blough Learning Center. 
>■ To renovate Bogar and Steele halls. 

> To renovate and develop science facilities. 

> To construct a new fine arts facility. 

>• To renovate Selinsgrove Hall as a historic 
landmark. 

Plans and cost estimates are now being prepared 
for each area. 



Campus News 



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Faculty/Staff Briefs 

■ Oulslanding performance of two faculty members 
was recognized during 1987 Commencement exercises. 
Assistant professor of English Dr. Susan Bowers has 
been awarded the Lindback Award for Distinguished 
Teaching. French professor Dr. Jack Kolbert was 
named the John C. Horn Lecturer for Scholarly 
Endeavor and Service to Susquehanna. 

■ Six faculty were recognized during the 1987 
Spring Alumni Weekend for their 25 years of service to 
Susquehanna University. Those receiving the Quarter 
Century Cup award were: geology professor Dr. Frank 
Fletcher, chemistry professor Dr. Gynith Giffln, 
history professors Dr. Gerald Gordon and Dr. John 
Longaker Jr., associate professor of Spanish Dr. 
Robert Mowry, and English professor emerita Dr. 
Elizabeth Wiley. 

■ Dr. Ronald Dotterer, associate professor of 
English and honors program director, is among 31 U.S 
educators to be selected by the American Council on 
Education for the 1987-88 ACE Fellows Program. 

■ Susquehanna has awarded the rank of Professor 
Emerita to Dr. Elizabeth Wiley who is retiring from a 
long and distinguished career of leaching, scholarship, 
and service. Wiley came to Susquehanna in 1962, where 
she became known as an avid Dickens scholar and 
diligent professor. During her tenure, she served as 
chairperson of the English department. 

■ The Susquehanna University Press has been notified 
that one of its books. The Worlds nf Andre Maurois by 
French professor Dr. Jack Kolbert, has been selected 
by Choice magazine as one of the Outstanding Academic 
Books for 1986. 

■ Dr. William Ward, visiting professor of 
management, has been appointed vice president of the 
U.S. Association for Small Businesses and 
Enlrepreneurship's government division. 

■ Susquehanna welcomes the addition of Phi Sigma 
Iota, an international foreign language society, to its 
roster of foreign language societies. Nine faculty joined 
the 24 scholars initiated in the Kappa Omicron Chapter; 
classical languages professor Dr. Jane Barlow, political 
science professor Dr. Robert Bradford, French 
professor Dr. Nancy Cairns, French lecturer Ann 
Grundstrom, assistant professor of German Dr. Susan 
Johnson, associate professor of Latin American history 
Dr. Marian McKechnie, associate professor of Spanish 
Dr. Robert Mowry, European history professor Dr. 
V\'ilhelm Reuning, and German professor Dr. Peter 
Waldeck. French professor Dr. Jack Kolbert is serving 
as chapter advisor. 

■ Associate professor of music Cyril Stretansky was 
featured baritone soloist with the Scranton Singers Guild 
in a June performance of "Carmina Burana" 

in Scranton. 

■ Dr. Susan Hegberg, associate professor of music, 
served as organ instructor for the 1987 Lutheran 
Conference of Worship in late July at Lenoir-Rhyne 
College in North Carolina. 

■ Football coach W. Michael (Rocky) Rees was on the 
speaking lineup at the annual Penn State Football Clinic. 



Rees was featured with Mike Murphy of the Detroit 
Lions, Joe Marciano of the New Orleans Saints, and Joe 
Paterno of Penn State. 

■ Lynne Porter, instructor of communications and 
theatre arts, is serving as designer for the Southern 
Appalachian Repertory Theatre in North Carolina this 
summer. 

■ Susquehanna University has earned national 
recognition from the Council for the Advancement and 
Support of Education for publications used in its 
1986-87 student recruitment effort. The University 
received a silver medal for the cover photo on the 
University's prospectus and search piece. In another 
category, the prospectus was awarded a bronze medal 
for excellence in recruiting publications. More than 
2,000 colleges, universities and independent schools are 
members of CASE. 



SUF Hits Record 

It has been another outstanding year for the 
Susquehanna University Fund. On June 30. as the 
1986-87 campaign came to a close. National Committee 
on Annual Giving Chairperson Samuel D. Ross '54, 
reported an all-time record total of $833,664. This 
represents an increase of $108,664 over the $725,000 
goal and $193,664 more than last year's results. A record 
breaking 35 percent of Susquehanna's alumni body 
made contributions totaling $342,013 to help make 
the campaign a success. 

New Geology Majors 

Susquehanna University has announced the 
development of two academic programs to deal with 
today's environmental issues. Through revision of its 
geoscience major and the design of a new environmental 
science major, the programs will better prepare students 
for future professions. The plan will be implemented 
within the next two years. 

The two courses of study will be aimed at developing 
the skills and competencies required by potential 
employers. The programs will also offer smdents in 
other disciplines such as chemistry, biology and physics 
the opportunity to apply their studies to environmental 
problems and expand their career choices. 

"Our new majors will prepare students for a variety of 
professions in resource development and conservation, 
pollution control, and environmental health and safety," 
said Dr. Robert Goodspeed, head of the department of 
geological and environmental science. "We geared the 
programs for what will be happening in the 1990s 
and beyond." 

Geoscience is the study of the physical and chemical 
components and processes which make up the earth. Its 
aim is the understanding of how the earth responds to 
the sources of available energy and how human activities 
affect and, in turn, are affected by geologic processes. It 
encompasses such issues as the exploration for mineral, 
energy and water resources; planning for effective land 
use; and reclamation of regions damaged by human use. 

Environmental science students study the natural 
processes which together form the earth system of air, 




Members of Susquehanna University's first 



land, energy and life. They explore how humans affect 
and are affected by the environment. Issues such as 
pollution, land use and natural hazards are also included. 

Students Make a Splash 

With determination, hard work, and patience, the 
Susquehanna Crew Club has brought the sport to the 
University in style, entering novice level competition 
after only two weeks on the water. The group has been 
granted official club status by the Smdent Government 
Association for the 1987-88 year, and 40 active 
members have hit the water rowing. 

The University was represented in the Bucknell 
Invitational race on the Susquehanna River this spring 
by two eight-man boats and one eight-woman boat. 
Sixteen members have also been taught to skull (row 
with two oars) by Coach Gerald Reisinger. Reisinger's 
credentials include serving as trainer for the 1986 
Olympic women's crew team. 

Under Reisinger's direction, the Susquehanna 
Crew Club members will continue to row and condition 
this summer under a strict weightlifting and running 
program. The students will return two weeks before 
fall semester begins for additional training. 

"Susquehanna is gifted with really enthusiastic 
students, " Reisinger said. "I've never met a more 
spirited and dedicated group. Susquehanna should 
be very proud of them for doing this on their 
own initiative." 

Because founding members of the group are primarily 
freshmen and sophomores, expectations are high for the 
coming year. Coach Reisinger believes the club has a 
good foundation. The club hopes to race in Philadelphia 
and Washington, D.C. as well as make a trip to South 
Carolina and Florida over the 1988 spring break to 
compete with southern schools. 



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Sports 



Big MAC Attack 



The Susquehanna spring sports season featured a pair 
of school records for the baseball team and a men's 
tennis championship. In addition, the men's track squad 
went undefeated for the eighth consecutive year and the 
fastest Crusader runner won another national title. 

Baseball 

On the baseball diamond, the Crusaders finished 
18-14. a Susquehanna high for wins in a season. The 205 
runs scored by the team is also a Susquehanna seasonal 
record. The Crusaders just missed winning their third 
consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC)- 
Northwest League title. Susquehanna dropped a 
dramatic 11-10 decision to Elizabethtown in a one-game 
playoff after the teams tied for the league lead 
with 9-3 records. 

Earning the squad's Most Valuable Player award was 
leftfielder and co-captain Tom Smith '87 of Alloona, 
PA. who hit .352 with six doubles, two home runs and 
20 runs batted in. Centerfielder Jeff Cole '88 of 
Seymour. CT was selected to the MAC-Northern 
Division All-Star first team for the second straight 
season. Cole was second among the Crusaders with a 
.366 batting average. 30 hits. 23 runs scored, and 
seven doubles. He also tied for the team lead in triples 
with two. 

Scott Krzykowski '88 of New City, NY was 
Susquehanna's top pitcher, as he led the staff with 12 
appearances, five complete games and five wins. The 
righthander lost just one game and posted the lowest 
earned run average among the Crusader hurlers at 1.53 
over 47 innings. He struck out 33 batters while allowing 
just 10 walks. 

Men's Tennis 

The men's tennis team captured its fourth straight 
MAC-Northwest League title and went on to claim the 
first Northern Division crown in school history with a 
5-4 victory over Drew University in the championship 
match. Head coach Gary Fincke has directed his teams 
to a 45-19 record over the past five years, including this 
season's 10-5 mark. 

Leading Susquehanna in singles play were team 
captain Pat Sterrett '87 of Baltimore. MD and Paul 
Sultan '88 of Flanders. NJ. Most Valuable Player 
Sterrett achieved a 12-3 record at second singles. 
Sultan posted an identical record in the fourth, fifth 
and sixth spots. 

Sterrett was a member of the team's best doubles pair, 
winning eight of II matches in the first slot with Chris 
Biddle '90 of Flourtown. PA. 

Women's Tennis 

The Susquehanna women's tennis team won four of its 
last five matches to conclude its fifth consecutive 
winning season and Ilth in the last 12 years with a 7-5 
record. Captain Marge Guckes '87 of West Chester. PA 
earned Most Valuable Player honors for her impressive 
U-I singles mark. 




V 



Ruth Jones of Baltimore. MD, was selected as the 
Outstanding Senior Female Alhlete, an award sponsored 
by the Association for Women Students. Jones was a 
three-time winner of the Outstanding Field Athlete honor 
for the Crusader women 's track squad and earned 
the Most Improved Swimmer designation for the 
1984-85 season. 



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Tom Shoemaker was the 1987 recipient of the 
Blair Heaton Memorial Award. The honor is named for 
the 1942 Susquehanna graduate who starred in football 
and track and later coached the Crusaders in both 
sports before his death in 1960 at the age of 41. 

Shoenwker. a Collingdale. PA . resident, was a three- 
year letter -winner in football. The offensive guard was 
a 1986 co-captain and was selected to the Middle 
Atlantic Conference All-Star first team and the Football 
News Division 111 All -American Team as an honorable 
mention pick. 



Dianne Smith '89 of Holmdel. NJ advanced to the 
quarterfinals of the MAC tournament before losing to 
the eventual conference champion. She finished the 
season with a 9-4 singles mark. The Crusaders' best 
doubles combination was Beth Schuler '90 of 
Huntingdon Valley. PA and Robin Windels '90 of East 
Quogue. NY. The third doubles pair teamed to win eight 
of 12 matches. 

Softball 

The Crusader softballers had trouble holding down 
the opposition as they struggled through a 7-20 season. 
Kim Kapes '90 of Tresckow. PA was the team's offensive 



leader with 23 hits. 16 runs batted in. and a .359 
batting average. She earned a spot on the MAC-North 
All-Star Team. 

Women's Track 

A small but devoted group of women's track athletes 
hustled their way to a 4-2 finish. Jim Taylor, who has 
coached the men's team throughout its eight-year 
winning streak, also assumed the women's head 
coaching position this year. He was down to eight 
healthy athletes after losing captain Denae Schoner '87 
of Dallas. PA. who sprained a knee in the season- 
opening Susquehanna University Invitational and missed 
the remainder of the campaign. 

Candy Lain '88 of Sussex. NJ was named the team's 
Outstanding Runner. She placed third at the MAC affair 
in the 400-meler hurdles and fourth in the 100-meter 
hurdles. Robena Reaid '87 of Chambersburg. PA was a 
track team member for the first time and responded with 
a fifth-place finish in the MAC 400-meter dash. 

Men's Track 

It was April of 1979 when the Susquehanna men's 
track unit last lost a meet. Since then, the Crusaders 
have rolled to 58 dual-meet victories in a row. The 1987 
team finished 4-0. but had its five-year MAC title 
streak broken by Ursinus. the host school for the 
I8-team meet. 

Mike Spangler '88 of Abbottstown, PA continued to 
prove he is one of the best track athletes in Division III. 
He won his third National Collegiate Athletic 
Association (NCAA) title overall and his second straight 
400-meter dash championship at the Division III meet at 
North Central College in Naperville. IL. Spangler's 
winning time of 46.30 seconds is the second fastest in 
Division III history. 

The Crusader speedster was also selected as the Most 
Valuable Performer at the conference competition for 
the third time after sprinting to five gold medals for the 
third year in a row. Spangler successfully defended his 
victories in the 100-. 200- and 400-meter dashes and 
anchored the 400- and 1.600-meter relay units to first- 
place finishes. 

The 1.600-meter relay team of Tom DiSanle '90 of 
Downingtown. PA. Chris Boehm '89 of West Redding. 
CT. Greg Kasko '87 of Scotch Plains. NJ and Spangler. 
placed sixth at the national competition. The quartet was 
accorded All-American status by virtue of its finish. 
Spangler is now a seven-time Division III All-American. 

Golf 

The Crusader golfers continued their winning 
tradition with a 16-11 season. Susquehanna has had just 
one losing golf record in the last 17 years. Rob Corsetto 
'90 of Wayne. NJ posted the best average among the 
team members, usmg just 83 strokes per round. He was 
followed closely by co-captains Dave Skarbek '87 of 
Pottstown. PA and Joe Karoly '87 of Sao Paulo. Brazil. 
Skarbek's average was 85.4 while Karoly's was 85.9. 



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Susquehannans on Parade 



THE THIRTIES 




THE FIFTIES 

Donald E. Wissinger 'SO has been named president 
and chief executive officer of E. & R. Wissinger, Inc. as 
of January 1. 



Robert A. Boyer '38 received the 1987 Distinguished 
Service citation from the American Association of Physics 
Teachers and the Muhlenberg College Alumni Achievement 
Award for Distinguished and Exceptional Service to 
Muhlenburg College by a non-alumnus. 



THE FORTIES 





Mary Lou Slater '51 (aka Slater Barron) recently appeared 
in the Arts section of People magazine and "American Scene" 
in TIME for her artwork using dryer lint. In addition to being 
the world's foremost artist working in lint, she is an art teacher 
at two Los Angeles area colleges. 

Jim Hazlett '52 has resigned as head football coach at Kean 
College after seven years. He will remain as assistant athletic 
director and baseball coach, Jim was also recently inducted 
into the Alle-Kiski Valley Sports Hall of Fame at Days Inn in 
New Kensmgton, 



Barner Swartz '40, director of the Greenwood Community 

Band, has been active in the Greenwood School District music 
program for nearly 50 years. 

Martin Hopkins '42 is assistant pastor at Calvary U.M. 
Church. Colonial Park, PA. He started the church and was 
pastor when the present cdiface was built. His address is: 459 
Bethany Drive. Mechanicsburg. PA 17055, 

Virginia Hallock '47 came out of retirement to 
teach sixth grade band at Martin School, She donated the 
instruments and gave up the salary in order to teach music to 
21 Hispanic students. 




L.J. Renshaw '58 ha^ been named vice president of 
finance, U.S. Silica. Berkeley Springs. U.S. Silica was created 
on January 1, when Pennsylvania Glass Sand merged with 
Ottawa Silica Company. 



THE SIXTIES 




Gabrielle Thorp '49 has been named vice president and 
manager of the new Realtech Realtors office in Norwalk. 
CT after merging Gabnelle Thorp Realtors with Realtech 
Gabrielle has been active on the Norwalk Board of Realtors as 
a member of the board of directors, chairman of its education 
committee, and member of advertising, listing and 
membership committees. She also served as president of the 
Fairfield County chapter of Women's Council of Realtors 
1973-74. 

Evan P, Zlock '49 has retired from RCA. He was with the 
Somerville, NJ division for 30 years. He and his wife Fran run 
a coin shop in Newtown, PA. Their new address is 198 
N. Chancellor Street, Newtown, PA 18940. 



1?WtT*'9'F'- 



Lynn Lerew '63 directed the Chambersburg Area Senior 
High School Band, Pennsylvania's official representative in the 
1986 Orange Bowl Parade in Miami. FL. 

Reverend Peter H, Kuebler '63 became pastor of St. 
John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Steelton, PA as of 
November I, 1986. 

Harry C. Strine III '64 was presented the Third Annual 
Coach of the Year award by the Collegiate Forensic 
Association. The presentation was made at the Collegiate 
Forensic Association's Seventh Annual Winter Tournament in 
Montreal, Canada, 



Dr, George A, Kirchner '64 was elected district 
secretary by the second district of the Dental Association 
of Pennsylvania. 

Sue Davis '66 has been named a member of executive 
planning staff for the commissioner of the Social Security 
Administration. 

Richard R, Hough, Jr. '67 has been named executive vice 
president of administration for BI-LO, Inc. Hough will assume 
responsibility for budgeting, accounting, controlling, audit, 
treasury, office services and risk management for the 
supermarket company. 




Nicholas A. Lopardo '68 has been named senior vice 
president, chief investment officer and head of the asset 
management division of State Street Bank and Trust Company 
of Boston, MA. 

The Rev. Walter L, Starlzel '68 was installed as pastor of 
St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Stoverstown, PA. 

Dr. C.A, (Rick) Bolig '69 has been named senior staff 
engineer of safety and reliability at GA Technologies Inc. in 
San Diego. CA. 



THE SEVENTIES 

David P. Brougham '70 has been promoted to plant 
manager of Rule Cutting Tools. Inc. His new address is P.O. 
Box 174, Sunderland. MA 01375. 

Donald H. Fetterolf '70 has been appointed director of 
commercial construction for the Edward R, Carr Cos. 

Christian B. Harris '70 has joined the certified public 
accounting firm of Glickman, Berkoviiz, Levinson & Weiner. 
P.C. as director of the technical review department. 

Roger Philip Cheney '71 has been appointed vice president 
of chain sales for the Wrangler Division of VF Corp. 

David Mitten '71 received the Pennsylvania Department of 
Labor and Industry's Secretary's Achievement Award. Dave is 
employed in the department's office of vocational 
rehabilitation program as a rehabilitation counselor in the 
Readmg district office, 

Rebecca Y. Price '71 has been hired as a support 
enforcement investigator with the Virginia Division of Child 
Support Enforcement. 

William I. Magruder '72 was installed as the 1986-87 
president of the Washington Building Congress. Bill is vice 
president of McCarthy Construction Co. . Arlington. 

George C. Lynch *72 has started his own business. He is 
now co-owner of Peterson and Lynch Landscape Architects. 




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Robert T. Orr, Jr. '72 has been appointed as sports editor 
of the Coalesville Record Formerly a radio newscaster and 
sports commenutor. Orr had been a sports writer for the 
Record since January 1985. 

Dr. Catherine J. Cannon 'x72 has been appointed 
supervisor of elementary curriculum at Wyoming Valley West 
School District. Kingston. PA. 

Ronald Meixsell '73 of Nazareth has been appointed 
program manager of the Good Shepherd Thrift Shops. 

Earl Paine '73 was honored as Citizen of the Week by the 
Ambler Gazette in Ambler. PA. He is currently director of the 
Wissahickon Marching Band, which won top state honors at 
the recent Tournament of Bands and Cavalcade of Bands, and 
the jazz and concert band. Paine is a music teacher at 
Wissahickon High School 

Mr. Richard W. Shaffer '73 has been hired as sales 
manager for Lennar Homes. Inc. in Ft. Myers. FL. 

Susan Haines Casso '74 is the new president of the West 
Chester Business and Professional Women's Club and is also 
assistant district director of the Pennsylvania Federation of 
Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Her husband 
Bruce '74 is with Ryder Truck Rental. 

Thomas A. Duncan '74 has been hired as a sales 
representative for USG Corp. 

Robert C. Kessler '74 has been appointed general manager 
of Grit Publishing Company. Before his appointment. Kessler 
was manager of finance and administration for the company. 

Francis C. Moyer '74 has been appointed vice president of 
the First National Bank of Danville. PA. 

John Ombelets '74 has been named senior reporter for the 
Waltham, MA News Tribune after more than two years 
covering Watertown municipal government. 

James M. Bates '75 has been named assistant to the 
director of the Moravian Music Foundation in Winston, NC. 

John E. Bird '75 has been appointed director of Chit Chat 
Farms, Wernersville, PA, a part of the Caron Foundation. 

Kenneth L. MacRilchie '75 has been hired as chairman of 
the tlnance and budget committee of the Union County 
Utilities Authority 

John T. Kolody, Jr. '75 has been hired as accompanist to 
the drama division of the Young Artist Program at the 
Metropolitan opera. He has been musical director of the opera 
Viva, an assistant conductor for Bel Canto Opera and stage 
director for West End Opera Theatre As a staff pianist, 
Kolody has gone to Graz. Austria for six seasons with the 
American Institute of Musical Studies. He also free-lances as 
an accompanist and coaches opera privately. 

Jeffrey L. Frymoyer '75 has been named manager of 
financial planning and control for the Camp Hill office of 
Pennsylvania Blue Shield. 

Dr. Alan L. Bess, MD '76 has been appointed medical 
director of Hoffman La-Roche in Nutley. NJ. 

Tom Chadwick '76 has been appointed controller for 
publication systems division of Bell & Howell. 

Elwood (Chub) Dielz '76 recently earned the American 
Compensation Association's certified compensation 
professional designation. Dietz successfully passed the seven 
comprehensive examinations required for certification. 

David B. Fisher '76 has been named vice president of 
forward planning for the New Jersey division of Leisure 
Technology. 

Kathleen L. Gorman '76 has been promoted to assistant to 
the university librarian at the University of Minnesota, Twin 
Cities Campus. 

Dr. Milchel D. Storey. DO '76 has been promoted to 
medical director at the Sports Medicine Clinic in Seattle. WA. 
Mitchel is also the president of the American Osteopathic 
Academy of Sports Medicine and has been the team physician 
for the Seattle Mariners for the last three years. He also 
has been a consultant to the Globetrotter basketball team 
for four years. 




Dave Ross 'x76 has recently opened his own landscaping 
business. Innovative Landscape is located on Hilton Head 
Island, SC. Dave is the son of Samuel '54 and Dorothy "53. 
His new address is P.O. Box 6398, Hilton Head Island, 
SC. 29938. 

Bruce C. Fehn '77 has been named the controller of Rutgers 
University. 

Toni-Marie McGlynn *77 is now teaching vocal and 
instrumental music for grades 5 through 8 at Little Silver 
Schools, Little Silver, NJ. 

Barbara Samuel '77 has joined the School of Management 
at the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, as a lecturer in 
management / marketing. 

Steven W. Updegraff '77 is the acting director for Europe 
for Robinson Nugent in Switzerland. 

Wayne Lupole '78 of Allentown has been named special 
projects coordinator of Good Shepherd Industrial Services. 

Richard K. Hosfeld '78 has joined the staff of the Madison, 
WI office of Dames & Moore, environmental and engineering 
consultants, as a specialist in waste management- 
Susan A. Martin '78 has been promoted to the position of 
market manager, custom accounts at Southern New England 
Telecommunications Company in New Haven, CT. 

Susan Morigerato Schedler '78 has been promoted to 
Accounting Supervisor for the University Health Center at the 
University of Vermont in Burlington. She was formerly staff 
accountant. 

Capt. Paul O. Staller "78 is on duty with the United States 
Army 333rd Field Artillery in West Germany. 

Barbara A. Beans '79 has been promoted to assistant 
general counsel for Colonial Penn Group, Inc. in Philadelphia 
and has been appointed as vice president and chief legal 
officer of Colonial Penn Distributors Corp., a securities 
brokerage firm. 

Lee M. Cullen '79 has been hired as assistant director of 
personnel at St. Luke's Hospital in Newburgh, NY. Her new 
address is R.D. 1 Box 373, Pine Bush. NY 12566. 

Lauren Klein '79 has been hired as a music teacher at the 
Shipley School in Bryn Mawr. PA. In addition. Lauren is the 
choral director for the Widener University Choir. 

Eric S, Walker '79 has been hired as the regional manager 
for the Banc New England Leasing Group in Baltimore, MD. 

Ellen Wolfe '79 is working with students in the Berwick 
Area Junior High School who have drug and alcohol 
dependency problems. She is a representative for the Mental 
Health and Mental Retardation Agency of Columbia, Snyder. 
Union and Northumberland Counties and has been associated 
with the agency for the past five years. 

THE EIGHTIES 

Dan Kahler '80 has joined ihe staff of the Jersey Shore 
Hospital as accounting manager. 

Joe Muir '80 has been promoted to director of sales 
administration for CIBA Consumer Pharmaceuticals. His new 
address is 88 Alexandria Way. Basking Ridge. NJ 07920. 

Kevin E. Owens '80 has been promoted to assistant 
treasurer and manager at the Dairyland Square office of the 
York Bank and Trust Company. 

Pat Gossett Silvestri '80 has been promoted to a 
management position with Citibank of New York City. Her 



new address is 39 North Fullerton Ave,, Apt. 9-D, 
Montclair. NJ 07042. 

Judith White *80 presented a concert at Susquehanna 
University. White performed under the auspices of the 
university's Alumni Recital Series. 

David K. Slothower "81 is serving with the United Stales 
298th Army Band. West Germany. 

Jon A. Tietbohl '81 has been hired as vice president of 
mergers and acquisitions group at TXicker, Anthony & 
R.L, Day. Inc. 

Dale J. Travis '82 was featured in the cast oi La Boheme 
which was presented at Penn State by San Francisco's Western 
Opera Theatre in November. Dale portrayed the role of 
Musetta. 

Rory Emery '82 has been named treasury manager of the 
Bachman Co. 

Diane E. Flynn '82 has been hired as a legal secretary for 
Dempsey. Dempsey and Sheehan. 

Michael Havay '82 is working as administrative secretary at 
the First United Methodist Church in Independence. KS. In 
addition to his responsibilities as secretary. Michael, a 
violinist, performs for church services, musicals, weddings 
and social gatherings. 

Susan R. Hoover *82 has been appointed as an instructor of 
music at Southwestern Michigan College. Her new address is 
511 Green St.. Apt. 8, Dowagiac. MI 49047. 

Matthew R. Kelchner '82 has been hired as the football 
coach at the college ot William and Mary, Williamsburg. VA. 

James S. Raduany '82 has been hired as a protessiunal 
recruiter for ROMAC and Associates in Philadelphia. 

David J. Rossi '82 has become associated with the rirm ot 
Zane and Zane. P.C. 

Jeanne Jo Zyga '82 has been hired as a configuration 
management assistant with IBM. in the federal systems 
division in Owego, NY. 

Jeffrey E. Anderson '83 has been promoted to regional 
sales manager with Allied-Signal Corp. in San Francisco, CA. 

Arlene T. Curth '83 has been hired as assistant to the 
president of Community Counseling Service in New York City. 

James W. Frisbee '83 has been hired as industrial hygiene 
technician with Princeton Testing Laboratory in Princeton, NJ. 

Carol Brouse Goodwin '83 has been elected assistant 
treasurer of Connecticut Bank and Trust Co. of Hartford. CT. 

Honora Marie McGowan '83 has been hired as a junior 
analyst with the Pershing Division of Donaldson. Lufkin &. 
Jenrette in NY. 

Kathryn Folsom '84 has been hired as an accountant for the 
Legal Aid Society of San Diego. CA. 

Raymond T. Glanville. Ill '84 has been hired as an account 
executive for Acker Wolman Securities, 444 Seabreeze, 
Daytona Beach. FL 32018. 

Guy F. Tozzoji hc'86 retired as director of the Port 
Authority of New York and New Jersey's World Trade 
Department. Tozzoli will continue as president of the World 
Trade Center Association, a post he has held since 1970. 



The Class of 
1986 Report 

Andrew Ajello: claims representative. Allstate Insurance 
Company. Human Resource Department. Basking Ridge, NJ, 

Michael J. Alberse: operations manager/purchasing agent. 
Celestine Construction Inc . River Edge. NJ. 

Douglas A. Alderdice: computer resource teacher, 
Lafayette High School. Buffalo. NY. 

Karen Anderson: personnel clerical. Lord & Taylor. North 
Miami Beach. FL. 



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Class of 1986 Report (cont'd) 

Kirsten J. Anderson: customer relations services. Lerohor 
Lorentzen. Rockaway. NJ. 

Sharon E. Anderson: insurance underwriter. Seaboard 
Surety Company, Bedminster, NJ. 

Philip D. Apostolico: sales representative, Beecham 
Products, Alexandria. VA. 

Pfeter .}. Arduini: advertising representative, Procter & 
Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, 
Sally Emerich Aungsl: manager. "Pop Video," Pine Grove, PA. 
Todd D. Bailey: youth/M.I.S. supervisor. Central Region 
Training Services, Shamokin, PA. 

Gerald F. Ballman: officer candidate, U.S. Army, Kilmer, 
Edison. NJ. 

Michelle L. Bardman: sales manager, Hesss Department 
Store. Allenlown. PA 

Sandra J. Bartle: math teacher and junior high basketball 
coach. Columbia High School. Columbia. PA. 

Amy S. Bauman: assistant manager. Glacier National Park. 
East Glacier Park. MT 

Debra A. Beck: undergraduate secretary, French 
Department, New York University, New York, NY. 

Amy L. Bellas: subscriber services representative. Blue 
Cross/Blue Shield. Durham. NC. 

Robert J. Bentz: accountant. Peat, Marwick, Main & Co. . 
Harrisburg. PA. 
Philip J. Bctz Jr.: graduate student, Delaware Law School. 
Elizabeth A. Biehl: marketing assistant, National Bank of 
Boyenown. Boyertown. PA. 

Timothy S. Bilger: management trainee. Merchants 
National Bank. Allenlown. PA. 

Joseph H. Boileau: staff accountant. Peat, Marwick, Main 
&Co., Philadelphia, PA. 

Brenda K. Bollinger: research assistant in department of 
surgery /cancer biology. New England Deaconness Hospital, 
Boston, MA. 

David W. Bradley: account executive. The Arnold Corp., 
Bryn Mawr, PA. 

Diane K, Braisled: financial consulunt. Shearson Lehman 
Brothers, New York. NY. 

Alice D. Brown: investigator. Public Defenders Office. 
Blair County Court House. Hollidaysburg. PA. 

David W. Brown: assistant department manager. Parisian 
Department Store. Huntsville. AL. 
Jeffrey G. Bulick: foreman. General Foods, Clifton. NJ. 
David A. Caiazzo: contractor. Caiazzo Construction Corp.. 
Andover. NJ 

Michael B. Carlinsky: graduate student at Hofstra Law 
School. Hempstead. NY. 

ftlrice C. Carrigan: advertising in account management, 
Valcor Engineering Corp., Springfield, NJ. 

Mark W. Casazza: computer programmer. Keystone 
Automotive Warehouse, Exeter, PA. 

John L. Cataldo: refrigeration labor. Wenrich's 
Refrigeration. Harrisburg. PA. 

Peter E. Cavanaugh: inside claims adjuster. PMA 
Insurance Co. 
John G. Clark: carpenter, self-employed. Selinsgrove. PA. 
William M. Clinton: staff accountant. Coopers & Lybrand 
Philadelphia. PA. 

Doris A. Cook: graduate student. University of Virginia. 
Charlottesville. VA. 

Joseph K. Cosentino: nurse anesthetist. GUthrie Clinic. 
Sayre. PA. 

Michael R. Cox: staff accountant. Peat, Marwick, Main & 
Co., Harrisburg, PA. 

Jill M. Critchley: assistant operations manager. AT&T 
Informations Systems. Morris Plains. NJ. 

Caroline J, Cueman: salesperson. Rainy Day (Retail 
Store). Vineyard Haven. MA. 

Steven R Deckard: sales coordinator, Ritz-Crafi Corp. of 
Pennsylvania Inc., Mifflinburg, PA. 

Francis C. Decker: accountant, Paritz & Company. 
Hackensack. NJ 



Carle Birtley Deitrick: operating room nurse. Geisinger 
Medical Center. Danville. PA. 

Kevin L. Delosier: assistant manager. Household Finance 
Consumer Discount. Sunbury. PA. 

Janice A. DeSousa: commercial credit trainee. First 
Fidelity Bank. Newark. NJ. 

Laurie S. DeWire: member of Susquehanna's "ReCreation" 
singing and dancing group. Port Trevorton, PA. 

Carol F. Dillon: staffing assistant, Barry Companies, 
Wilmington, DE. 

Jennifer L. Dodge: 4th grade teacher, Wallace O'Neal Day 
School, Southern Pines, NC. 

Kelly A. Doerr: customer service representative. Merrill 
Lynch Fenner Pierce & Smith. New York. NY. 

Thomas P. Doherty: sales representative. Electric Systems. 
New York. NY. 

Todd W. Donaldson: fund specialist. Merrill Lynch. 
Plainsboro. NJ. 

Karen L. Doty: English teacher. Union Catholic Regional 
High School. Scotch Plains. NJ. 

Noreen M. Duff: graduate student at New York College of 
Podiatric Medicine. New York. NY. 

Janice M. Dunphy: client service representative. Prudential 
Asset Management Company. Florham Park. NJ. 

Robin L. Emerson: information services specialist. 
National Association of Securities Dealers. Rockville, MD. 

Stephen C. Euler: executive sales representative, Sobrite 
Co.. Inc.. New York, NY. 

Daniel W. Eyster: graduate student. Capital Bible 
Seminary. Lanham. MD. 

Glen M. Fandl: lax representative. International Appraisal 
Co.. Upper Saddle River. NJ. 

Leslie E. Fell: sales representative. Ricoh Copiers, 

Jean M. Flaherty: revenue administrator. Digital 
Equipment Corp., Landover. MD. 

Kathy L. Forrest: quotation bookkeeper. Shearson Lehman 
Brothers. New York. NY. 

Cathleen A. Foss: manager trainee. JC Penney. Inc.. 
Middletown. NY. 

Dawne E. Fritz: district representative. Aid Association for 
Lutherans, Lemoyne, PA. 

Mark C. Fuller: dock supervisor, Arkansas Best Freight. 

Andrew J. Gallagher: assisunt accountant. Peat. Marwick. 
Main & Co.. Philadelphia. PA. 

Jeffrey G. Garrigan: graduate student. Seton Hall Law 
School . South Orange. NJ. 

John W. Gartner III: computer programmer/analyst. 
Information Concepts. Washington. DC 

Lori J. Geiser: part-time teller. Commonwealth Bank & 
Trust, Milton, PA, 

Andrew R. Gekoskie: high school band director and 
instrumental instructor. South Williamsport Area School 
District, South Williamsport, PA. 

Michael P. Giles: graduate student. Temple School of Law, 
Philadelphia. PA. 

Ingrid Gordon: medical assistant. General and Vascular 
Surgeons, Livingston. NJ. 

Gwen C. Gormley: assistant to president. Automotive 
Systems. Inc.. Jersey City, NJ. 

Kimberly A. Gormley: reinsurance underwriter. 
Continental Insurance, New York, NY. 

Susan C. Gorsuch: recruiting specialist. Hobbie Personnel. 
Allenlown, PA. 

Stacy E. Grady: operations, Chicago Research & Trading, 
New York, NY. 

Lorrie B. Greene: associate administrative represenlative. 
Xerox Corporation. Stomford. CT. 

Douglas L. Greider: naturalist. Hershey Entertainment & 
Resort Corp.. Zoo America. Hershey. PA. 

Faithann M. Grigalunas: pharmacy student. Temple 
University School of Pharmacy, Philadelphia, PA. 

Deborah J. Guldner: salesperson /account representative, 
The Copier Store, Verona, NJ. 



James J. Guzick: sales representative. Wetterau Industries 
Group. Schuylkill Haven. PA. 

Caroline S. Hackel: communication manager, Garrigan 
Consulting Associates, Clifton, NJ. 

Martha S. Hamilton: student, Shefield School. 

Donna K. Hansen: assistant budget coordinator. McCann 
Erickson Advertising Agency. New York. NY. 

Donald P. Harnum: high school teacher. Mendham, NJ. 

Steven G. Harrel: assistant editor. AM. Best Company, 
Oldwick, NJ. 

Kristen E. Hauhuth: accounts receivable department, 
Parfonis de Coeur. Stamford. CT. 

Paul J. Hawkins: position associate, Goldman, Sachs & 
Co. , New York, NY. 

Charlene J. Heller: subscription /marketing associate. 
Pennsylvania Stage Company. Allenlown. PA. 

Elizabeth J. Helm: graduate student in German and 
international business. Pennsylvania State University. State 
College, PA. 

Daniel S. Helwig: advertising representative, Swank- 
Fowler Publishers. 

Eric J. Hesse: second lieutenant, US, Army, Fort Sills, OK, 

Philip C. Hirsch: graduate student, Lutheran School of 
Theology. Chicago. IL. 

Diane M. Hoeg: editor. Murdoch Magazines. New York. NY, 

Georgia A. Hoff: area sales representative, Pitney Bowes, 
Baltimore, MD. 

Deborah L. Holt: systems analyst, NCR, New York, NY, 

MaryLou Hoopmann: assistant trader, Kidder Peabody & 
Co., New York, NY. 

Cori L. Hoover: vocal music teacher in area schools, 
Wellsboro, PA. 

Lea Ann Horn: computer marketing representative/ 
education specialist, Tandy Corporation, Lancaster, PA. 

Lynn E. Horner: management trainee, Broadway Bank & 
Trust, Paterson, NJ, 

Patricia A. House: data entry technician for key client 
services, Merrill Lynch. Plainsboro. NJ. 

Elizabeth A. Hoyle: assistant planner. Peine Stores Corp., 
Secaucus, NJ. 

Gina T. Hucke: administrative assistant to VP, Haband 
Company. Paterson. NJ, 

Kenneth E. Hughes: staff accountant. Budget Rent-A-Car, 
Philadelphia, PA. 

Daniel J. Ikenson: legal assistant, Frederick C. Ikenson, 
Washington. DC. 

Leanne Jacone: service representative. Dreyfus Consumer 
Bank. Paramus. NJ. 

Ellen Guinee Jenkins: assistant buyer. Cats Corporation. 
New York. NY. 

Andrew C. Johnson: account executive. Photographies 
Advertising, Fair Lawn, NJ. 

Brian L. Jones: salesman-management trainee. Ken Jones, 
Inc., Worcester, MA. 

Cathy L. Jones: marketing assistant. The Vitelta Group. 
Philadelphia. PA. 

Kristen A. Jones: sales consultant. Exterior Coatings, 
Lorton, VA. 

Virginia D, Jones: high school English teacher and drama 
adviser. Lacey Township High School. Forked River. NJ. 

Amy L. Junger: assistant to head trader. Van Eck 
Securities. New York. NY. 

David M. Kenosian: graduate student. University of 
Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. PA. 
Carol A. Kepner: The Byrnes Group. York. PA. 
Timothy C. Kinsella: hydrogeologist, Paulvs, Sokolowski & 
Carter Consulting Engineers. Warren. NJ. 

Kathryn L. Kissinger: junior business analyst. PMA 
Group. Philadelphia. PA. 

Leanne A. Kott: management trainee. California Sunshine 
Shops. Inc.. Rehoboth Beach, DE. 

Brenda M. Laubach: research analyst. Gallup & Robinson 
Advertising and Marketing Research, Princeton, NJ. 



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Phyllis A. Lee: assisunt districl manager, Karr-Barth 
Financial Services, Wayne, PA. 

Brian J. Leib: assistant controller. Physician Support 
Systems. Landisville, PA. 

Michael L. Leitzel: assistant manager. Crossroads Sale and 
Market, Gratz. PA. 

Robert M, Letts: financial management program trainee. 
General Electric Co., Schenectady, NY. 

George C. Liberopoulos: securities cashiering foreign 
clearance liason, Goldman Sachs & Co., New York, NY. 

Todd A. Liddick: manager, ARA Smith Transfer Corp,, 
Carlisle, PA. 

Jaymie K. Llewellyn: Communications Test Design, Inc., 
West Chester, PA. 

Jeffrey W. Lockard: assistant programmer /analyst, IIT 
Research Institute, Annapolis, MD. 

Laura A, Lodge: PC. Programmer, Darby Daug, 
Westbury, NY. 

Robyn J. Long: personnel clerk. Public Service Electric & 
Gas Company, Moorestown, NJ. 

Andrea S. Mahmud: staff accountant. Coopers & Lybrand. 
New York, NY. 

Michael R, Mahoney: marketing representative. Hospital 
Computer Services, Farmingdale, NJ. 

Susan J. Malyniak: senior purchasing agent, Singerl 
Kearfott. Little Falls, NJ. 

Amy E, Margolis: sales clerk. The Limited, Towson. MD. 

Scott D. Mayo: systems analyst /computer programmer. 
International Computer Services, Inc., Miami Lakes, FL. 

Peter J. McElvogue II: manufacturer's sales representative. 
Homasote Company, Albany, NY. 

Laura J, McGinty: presentation analyst, A.C. Nielson 
Marketing, Hackensack, NJ. 

Heather L. McRoberts: assistant to the director. The Child 
Care Connection, Inc.. Lawrenceville. NJ. 

Dawn A. Melo: assistant manager. Mac Walsh. Inc.. 
Manchester, CT. 

Donald L, Metzler: account executive. Automatic Data 
Processing, Clifton, NJ. 

Debra S. Miller: coordinating secretary. Joseph Jacobs 
Organization, Inc., New York, NY. 

Mary Ellen C. Morgan: accountant. Fort Trumbull Federal 
Credit Union, New London, CT. 

Bethanne Moschella: director of Residential Halls, 
International School, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Patricia L. Munn: administrative assistant to controller, 
G & G Shops. Inc., New York, NY. 

Wendy M, Murray: entry level accountant, Alderigi, 
Tobias and Seidel, Shillington, PA. 

Charles B. Muzzy Jr,: assistant manager, Sherwin Williams 
Co.. Rutherford. NJ. 

Catherine F. Oakes: caseworker/supervisor. Carbon 
County Children & Youth Services. Jim Thorpe. PA. 

Jacqueline M. Parent: admissions counselor. Drexel 
University. Philadelphia, PA. 

Cheryl A. Parisi: public accountant. Price Waterhouse, 
Morristown, NJ. 

Lisa L. Pego: legal assistant. Bower & Gardner Law Firm, 
New York, NY 

Kenneth R, Peifcr Jr.: assistant buyer. Lord & Taylor, New 
York, NY 

Charlene M. Pclow: waitress. Town House Restaurant, 
Watkins Glen, NY. 

Jonalhon E. Perrego: erosion control technician, 
Cumberland County Conservation District, Carlisle, PA. 

Russell J. Pierce: controller, John Surgical Co.. Inc.. 
Hackensack. NJ. 

Kristine Fbcaro: territory manager/sales. C.H. Masland & 
Sons. Carlisle. PA. 

Lisa A. Porter: production assistant. Ballantine Books. 
New York. NY. 

Michael B. Quigley: salesperson. Vanity Fair Complex. 
Wyomissing, PA. 



Bryan S. Ravitz: administrative assistant, Minotola 
National Bank, Vineland, NJ. 

Rebecca Reed: office assistant, guidance department, 
Fanwood High School, Scotch Plains, NJ. 

John W. Rendina: manager. Sherwin Williams Co., 
Morristown, NJ. 

Steven J, Rhoads: clerk in records management division. 
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC. 

Jeffrey F, Ries: telecommunications engineer, Cabletron, 
IncGonic, NH. 

Jill C. Roberts: assistant, international public relations, 
American Council on Germany, New York, NY. 

Donald M. Robinson: management information systems 
director. E.A.S. Technologies, Inc., New York, NY. 

David J. Roe: claims adjuster, Scibal Associates of 
Pennsylvania, Newtown Square, PA. 

Carolanne Rogers: administrative marketing assistant, 
Irving Trust. New York, NY. 

Suzanne P, Rose: teachers aide, Butler High School, Buder, NJ. 

Kimberly A. Rubio: receptionist. Human Resource 
Department. Donaldson. Lufkin, Jenrette, Inc., New York, NY. 

Amy J. Rumbaugh: documentation specialist, Woodward- 
Clyde Consultants, Plymouth Meeting, PA. 

Jennifer L. Sampsell: financial planner / secretary, 
Financial Planning Associates, Selinsgrove, PA. 

John T, Sansonetti: junior accountant. Bell and Partners, 
Norwalk, CT. 

Carol V, Schneider: assistant account executive. Names In 
the News Inc., New York, NY. 

Jon M. Schoener: sales representative. Key Business 
Systems. Wyomissing, PA. 

Allison F, Shepard; food operations analyst /purchaser, 
Marriott, Hopewell Junction, NY. 

Judith L. Sholtis: C.I.C. agent, marketing department. 
Sands Hotel & Casino. Atlantic City. NJ. 

Mary B. Sine: developmental ready and study skills 
specialist. Learning Skills, Inc.. Amherst. MA. 

Raymond J. Skursky Jr.: research biologist. Merck, Sharp 
& Dohme, West Point, PA. 

Thomas H. Slavens: high school history teacher, Penn 
View Christian Academy. Penns Creek, PA. 

Robert M. Slifer: mortgage officer. Haven Savings & Loan 
Association, Hoboken, NJ. 

Gregg Y. Slocum: junior accountant, Heffler and Co., 
Philadelphia, PA, 

Harry L. Smith: computer operations director. E. & R. 
Wissinger. Inc., Altoona, PA. 

Jennifer C. Snyder: supervisor. People's Drugstore; 
substitute music teacher 

Debra Spangler Sowers: elementary school teacher. South 
Western School District, Hanover, PA. 

Scott J. Strausberger: drug and alcohol technician. College 
Hill Medical Center, East Stroudsburg, PA. 

Robert W, SIrawser: case manager/supervisor. United 
Cerebral Palsy, Lewistown, PA. 

Karen L, Studebaker: paralegal, Montgomery, 
McCrackin. Walker & Rhoads, Philadelphia, PA. 

Kevin M. Sullivan: U.S. Army National Guard, Annville. PA. 

Catherine A, Svetec: admissions counselor. Susquehanna 
University. Selinsgrove. PA. 

David A. Sweigard: account executive trainee. PMA 
Group, King of Prussia. PA. 

April Wilson Swisher: Fisher, Clark & Lauer, Selinsgrove, PA. 

Denise A, Symonds: Staff accountant, Ernst and Whinney, 
Harrisburg, PA. 

Douglas T. Talhelm: executive management trainee. 
Continental Bank, Fort Washington, PA. 

Deborah P, Tarr: retirement plan representative. Vanguard 
Financial Center, Valley Forge, PA. 

Thomas J, Tcrchek: computer consultant. Figtree 
Consulting Inc., Morristown, NJ. 

Louis T. Terreri: Telemarketing sales representative, 
McGraw Hill Information Systems Co,. Paramus. NJ. 



John C. Theillon: account executive. WILQ-FM/WLYC- 
AM Radio Stations. Williamsport, PA. 

Brenda K, Tice: director of Christian education. Memorial 
Lutheran Church, Shippensburg, PA. 

Kimberly A. Tierney: marketing communications assistant, 
U.S. Insurance Group. Crum & Forster, Basking Ridge, NJ, 

Vance D. Tomei: computer programmer, Brenco Computer 
Systems, Inc., Haddon Heights, NJ. 

Gary T, Toth: inside claims adjuster. PMA Insurance 
Company, Richmond. VA. 

Michelle M. Triaca: elementary /choral music teacher, 
Scotch Plains, Fanwood Public School System, Scotch Plains, NJ, 

Kenneth D. Trimble: bartender/bus boy, Marshall's 
Restaurant, Paris, France. 

Virginia S, Turner: staff auditor. Coopers & Lybrand, 
Philadelphia, PA. 

Laurie Turns Bentz: counselor. Bridges Catholic Youth 
Services, Wilkes-Barre, PA. 

Timothy C. Vile: investment assistant. The Equitable 
Investment Management Corp., Secaucus, NJ. 

Thomas F. von Hillebrandt: product marketing, Industrial 
Rubber & Mech., Inc.. San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Robert L. Walker: federal employee. Washington, DC, 

Diane Herbert Wall: university nurse, Susquehanna 
University, Selinsgrove, PA. 

Stephen A. Walter: branch office manager and insurance 
advisor. The Coup Agency, Lewisburg, PA. 

John P, Walthall: associate member technical staff, RCA 
Astro-Electronics. Hightstown, NJ. 

Deborah A, Wengryn: computer programmer, T.C, Lloyd 
Construction Co., Pittston, PA. 

Bryan J. Werner: staff accountant. Coopers & Lybrand, 
Harrisburg, PA. 

Elizabeth L. Whilham: accounting clerk, Meritor Credit 
Corp., Norwalk, CT. 

Christopher P. Wilkens: financial analyst, Irving Trust 
Co., New York, NY. 

Denise Wilson Cox: staff accountant. Coopers & Lybrand, 
Harrisburg, PA. 

Lauri A. Winkelried: personal lines claims representative, 
Allstate Insurance Company, Paramus, NJ. 

Janet A. Wyllie: junior accountant. J & W Seligman & 
Co., Inc.New York. NY. 

Douglas G. Yago: staff accountant. Coopers & Lybrand, 
Philadelphia, PA. 

Kirk D. Voggy: sales representative, MacMillan Bloedel, 
Hillside, NJ. 

Jill M. Young: accountant, Pennsylvania Blue Shield, Camp 
Hill, PA. 

Andrew A, Zimmerman: account executive, WILQ- 
FM/WLYC-AM Radio Stations. Williamsport. PA. 

Peter S. Zimmerman Jr.: program director. Camp Speers- 
Eljabar. YMCA. Dingmans Ferry. PA. 



Advanced Degrees 



Jon A. Dunkleberger '84: MB. A., Shippensburg 
University. He is an instructor at Shippensburg University, 
PA./ 1455 PielTers Lane, Harrisburg, PA 17113. 

Cynthia Mariz Fessler '81: M.S. in library science, 
Shippensburg University /R.D. #1, Box 254, Dalmatia. PA 17017, 

William N, Garrett '78: MA. in religion, church music 
major, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY. Bill is 
now director of music and programs at First United 
Methodist Church, Harlinger, TX./816 N. 1st St. Apt. 102. 
Harlinger, TX 78550. 

Dr, Samuel B. Hoff '79: Ph D in political science. SUNY, 
Stony Brook, NY. /78 Griswold Street, Delaware, OH 43015. 

Susan A. Little Kuehl '78: MS in library science. 
Kutztown University. Kulztown. PA. She is employed by the 



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Advanced Degrees (cont'd) 

Allenlown Public Library in the children's and reference 
depanmenl,s./917 Turner St.. Ailentown, PA 18102. 

David W. Mangle '72: M.Ed, in music education. 
Pennsylvania State University. He is teaching instrumental 
music in Coldbrook and District School, Coldbrook Station. 
Nova Scotia. /P.O. Box 176, Wolfville. Nova Scotia, 
BOP 1X0 Canada 

Mary Buckley Milloway '85: M.S. in early childhood 
education. Bloomsburg University. Bloomsburg. PA. / 1729 
Franklin Street. Berwick. PA 18603. 

Jane Schlegel Petitte '77: Ph.D. in horticultural science, 
University of Guelph. She is employed as a Post-Doctoral 
Fellow at the University of Guelph in the department of 
horticultural science, / 252 Stone Rd.. #39. Guelph. Ontario 
Canada NIG2V7 

Robert Pickart '81: Ph.D. in physical oceanography, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and The Woods Hole 
Oceanographic Institution. He is employed in a post-doctoral 
position at the University of Rhode Island. / 8 Campus Ave. . 
Kingston, RI 02881. 

David A. Rohrer '76: MM. in music education, West 
Chester University West Chester, PA. /239 Allen Road, 
Carlisle. PA 17013. 

Timothy P. Rupe '83: M.S. in counseling. Shippensburg 
University. Shippensburg, PA. / 113 North Main Street, 
Yeagertown, PA 17099. 

Janeen Kruse Wadzita '79: MBA, Shippensburg 
University, Shippensburg, PA. She is an accountant. / 12859 
Via Caballo Rojo, San Diego, CA 92129-3037 

Robert N. Whitmoyer '80: M Ed in music, Pennsylvania 
State University. University Park. PA. He is the director of 
choruses at Selinsgrove Area Middle School. Selinsgrove, 
PA./351 S. Market St.. Selinsgrove. PA 17870 



IDo^s 



WICKS -MORAN 

Jennifer Moran x'68 to Kenneth Wicks. May 29. 1982, 
Orange Baptist Church, Live Oak, FL. Jennifer is an office 
manager for Durden, Wicks and Associates, Inc. and her 
husband is president /owner of Wicks Consulting Services, 
Inc./710 Smith St., Fruitland Park, FL 32731. 
LOPEZ- G0MZ4LEZ 

Wilma Gonzales '84 to Anionio (Tony) Lopez '84, May 
24. 1985, La Piedad, Isla Verde. Puerto Rico. Antonio is a 
graduate assistant at Pennsylvania State University Wilma is 
an instructor at Pennsylvania State University. / 15-C Graduate 
Circle, State College, PA 16801. 
WOLAK-ROCHFORD 

Robin M. Roehford x'81 to Walter Wolak, September 14, 
1985, St. Helen's Roman Catholic Church, Westfield, NJ. 
Taking pan in the wedding was Patricia Campana Lorenza 
'81./ 324 Shilling Dr., Somerset, NJ 08873. 
STEVENS -DALY 

Jean Daly to James C. Stevens '81. September 14, 1985. 
Clarkstown Reformed Church. West Nyack, NY. /4407 Lake 
Wald Dr., Greensboro, NC 27410. 
AUGUSTINE - LiNDMESSER 

Susan L. Landmesser '83 to Stephen Augustine, November 
9, 1985. Presbyterian Church, Kennett Square, PA. Taking part 
in the wedding was Paiti Hammer '83 as maid of honor. 
Pamela Grow Keiser '83 and Caria P. Zinich '84 were 
bridesmaids. /7703-D, Bannockbarn Drive, Richmond 
VA 23225. 
EVANS -KESSLER 

Cindy L Kessler to Richard R. Evans '81. April 11. 1986, 
Emmanuel Bible Fellowship Church. Sunbury, PA. Serving as 
ushers in the wedding were \N'illiam D. Bryson '81 and 
Andrew G. Jakuebek '82. 
MURCOTT- LOSCIUrO 

Frances Losciuto to Peter W. Murcott '72, May 10. 1986. 



NEWBERCER - PHILLIPS 

Trudy A. Phillips x'74 to Craig Newberger. May 10. 1986. 
Peace Valley Nature Center. Doylestown. PA. /P.O. Box 250. 
Lederach. PA 19450 
HOWIE-JOHNSON 

Dorothy L. Johnson '85 to Craig C. Howie '84, June 28, 
1986, Trinity Episcopal Church, Moorestown, NJ. Dorothy is 
employed as an executive secretary at HMO PA/NJ-US 
Healthcare. Craig is a liaison for direct marketing originations 
at GMAC Mortgage Corporation. /2492 Dragon Circle. 
Norristown. PA 19403. 
JOHNSON- GRUNEBERG 

Becky Rae Gruneberg '86 to John Marshall Johnson. 
August 23. 1986. Christ Wesleyan Church. Milton, PA. 
LEWIS -DOBRY 

Denise Anne Dobry to Michael K. Lewis '84, July 26. 
1986. Our Mother of Good Council Church. Bryn Mawr. 
PA. / 375 Chapel Ave.. Ailentown. PA 18103. 
CONWAY -IRVING 

Leslie Irving to Michael W. Conway '82, July 26. 1986. 
Michael is a financial consultant with Summit Financial 
Resources. Leslie is a history teacher. West Morris Mendham 
High School. 
WATKINS-SARF 

Lynn M. Sarf '77 to Richard T. Watkins '82, 
August, 1986 
HA I DINGER - JENKINS 

Edie Jenkins to Christopher Haidinger '80, September 2. 
1986, Washington Crossing Park, Washington Cr., PA. 
SAADAWY- FINKELSTEIN 

Mardi B, Finkelslein '80 to Barakat Saadawy, August 2, 
1986, Cairo, Egypt. / 17 Well Ave., Danbury, CT 06810 
PICKART- DAVIS 

Anne C. Davis to Robert S. Pickart '81, August 9, 1986. / 8 
Campus Ave.. Kingston. RI 02881. 
STOTTMEISTER - HALLMAN 

Beth C. Hallman '82 to Wayne A. Stottmeister. August 23, 
1986, St John's Lutheran Church. Emmaus, PA,/21 N. 3rd St. 
Emmaus, PA 18049. 
DeMOLINA - SAYEGH 

Donna M. Sayegh '80 to Alvaro DeMolina, September 24, 
1986, Church of the Virgin Mary, Brooklyn, NY. Donna is a 
marketing representative for the Xerox Corp., while Alvaro is 
assistant vice president at the Morgan Bank. /9 Mount Vernon 
Square. Verona. NJ 07044. 
SH ANKER - COUGHLIN 

Mary T. Coughlin '82 to David S. Shanker, September 6, 
1986, Brant Beach Yacht Club, Brant Beach, NJ. Mary is a 
global fixed income portfolio manager with Merrill Lynch 
Asset Management. David is vice president of Aristocrat 
Cleaning Service, Inc./96 Lake Ave., Metuchcn, NJ 08840 
HIGLEY- FUNKHOUSER 

Bette Funkhouser '83 to Robert P. Higley "83, 
September 6. 1986, Lebanon. NJ. / 111 Shippen St. . 
Weehawken. NJ 07870 
BiBP-GEILING 

Lynne A. Geiling to Alan A. Babp '79, September 13, 1986, 
Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit. Emmaus. PA. Lynne is a 
teacher at Wiley House. Alan is business manager for Slate 
Belt Buick Pontiac. Inc. 
NELSON- OBER 

Sandra L. Ober to Barry L. Nelson '84, September 13. 
1986. St. Luke's United Church of Christ. Lititz. PA. Sandra is 
employed by West & Herr PC. Barry is employed by Lancaster 
County Adult Probation and Parole. 
NIVISON - HAMMARSTROM 

Lisa D. Hammarstrom '82 to William Nash Nivison '83, 
September 20 1986 The Peapack Reformed Church of 
Gladstone Tura Hammarstrom Dickert '78 was matron 
of honor. Lisa is an associate manager with AT&T 
Communications. William is an agricultural marketing 
specialist with the New Jersey Department of Agriculture. 



EVANS -BERRIGAN 

Cheryl Ann Berrigan to Paul Joseph Evans '85, September 
20. 1986. Church of the Annunciation. Cheryl is a surgical 
technologist at Roanoke Memorial Hospiul. Paul is a certified 
registered nurse anesthetist at the same hospital. 
VNDERKOFFLER - LARSON 

Karin Margit Larson to Jeffrey Robert Underkoffler '83, 
September 27. 1986. Trinity Lutheran Church. Worcester. MA. 
SHORT- MERTZ 

Barbara K Mertz to Raymond E. Short '82, September 27, 
1986, First Lutheran Church. Mifflinburg. PA. Prior to her 
marriage, Barbara was a community educator for Lebanon 
Family Health Services. Raymond is an associate pastor of the 
Greater Bedford Lutheran Parish in Bedford. 
CHADWICK-MALONE 

Claire Malone '82 to Thomas Chadwick. October 4. 1986, 
Community Church of Glen Rock. Glen Rock. NJ. Claire is a 
C.PA. with the Grand Union Co.. Paramus. Thomas is with 
Donald J. Young, a Midland Park engineering and land 
surveying firm. 
FOX- WHITE 

Karen L. White '74 to Michael M. Fox, October 4, 1986, 
Lutheran Church of God's Love, Newtown, PA. Karen is vice 
president for management of retirement housing at Retirement 
Centers Group. Michael is president and owner of Foxcroft 
Nursery, a landscape design and contracting business. / 351 
Stockham Ave., Morrisville. PA 19067 
WATSON-ATHEY 

Ruth A. Athey '84 to Mark D. Watson, St. John's United 
Methodist Church, Tremonl, PA. Ruth is employed by AT&T 
Communications, Fairfax, VA and Mark is employed by 
Cincom Systems. / 11005 Cavalier Court 9M, Fairfax, VA 
2203O 
HEANEY 

Jill R to Robert A. Heaney '84, October 11, 1986, St. 
Josephs Church, Oradell, NJ. Taking part in the wedding were 
Henry L. Belcolle '84 and Lee J. McCarthy HI '84. Jill is a 
teacher employed by the I^ramus Board of Education. Robert 
is a private banking officer at First Jersey National Bank in 
Newark. / 122 Hammel Place, May wood, NJ 07607. 
GALLO — GANNON 

Nancy E. Gannon x'76 to Joseph M. Gallo, October 11, 
1986, Perona Farms Restaurant, Andover, NJ. Nancy is 
assistant vice president - retail banking division of the First 
Fidelity Bank, Newark. Joseph is an assistant vice president 
and regional auditor with the First Jersey National Bank. / 16 
Crescent Drive North, Andover. NJ 07821. 
COX- WILSON 

Denise G. Wilson '86 to Michael R. Cox '86, October 18, 
1986. Camptown Community Church. Denise is an accountant 
with Coopers and Lybrand, Harrisburg. Michael is also an 
accountant employed by KMG Main Hurdman. 
Harrisburg. /Apt. B-4. 2160 Camelol Dr.. Harrisburg. 
PA 17110 
JACKSON- WISDO 

Gail M. Wisdo '74 to Brian Campbell Jackson, October 18, 
1986. Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Mount Carmel, 
PA. Gail is employed at Dupom Connector System, New 
Cumberland. Brian is employed by the federal government at 
New Cumberland Army Depot. 
WEYMT- WILDE 

Carole Wilde to James T. Weyant '80, October 25. 1986. 
St. Mary's Church, Dumont. NJ. Jim is an assisUnt treasurer 
for Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. in New York City. Carole is a 
nurse educator for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in 
New York./2492 Fox Ave.. Baldwin. NY 11510. 
DIST.4SI0 - KACHMAR 

Lori A. Kachmar to Anthony R. Distasio '83, October 25, 
1986, Zion Lutheran Church, Spring City, PA. Tony is an 
attorney with Roland and Schlegel, PC in Reading. Lori is an 
attorney for Lukens, Inc., Coatesville. PA. / 3706 Circle Ave., 
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HARVEY -SMELTZ 

Barbara S. Smeltz '75 to J. Andrew Harvey, October 25. 
1986, St John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Steellon, PA. 
Taking pan in the wedding were Marion L. Shatto '67 as 
violinist and Paul C. Shatto, Jr. '41, father of the bride. / 246 
Arch St.. Sunbury PA 17801. 
TAYLOR- HOLZHA UER 

Janet L. Holzhauer '85 to John S Taylor. October 25. 
1986. Hilltop Presbyterian Church. Mendham. NJ. Janet is an 
accounting manager with Marran & Sons, in Patchogue, NY. 
John works for Storr Tractor Co. in Bohemia. NY. / 155 
Central Ave.. Patchogue. NY 11772. 
LUPOLT- CREENHOLT 

Lori J Greenholl to Christopher K. Lupolt '84, October 8. 
1986. Littles Town. PA, Lori is a guidance intern at Scotland 
School for Veterans Children. Scotland. PA, Chris is a 
guidance counselor with the Midd-West School District. /21 A. 
Countryside Village. Selinsgrove. PA 17870. 
ELIAS-PRUSAK 

Karen Prusak to George A. Elias '82, November 8, 1986. 
Saint Alphonsos. Fort Washington. PA. Karen is a systems 
project manager with the Mellon Bank in Philadelphia. 
George is assistant vice president at the First Valley Bank in 
Allentown. PA,/ 2904 Truman Dr., Hatfield. PA 19440. 
COHEN -COVIELLO 

Janet A. Coviello '80 to Arthur L. Cohen. November 15. 
1986. Summit. NJ, Janet is a copywriter at the advertising 
agency of Scali. McCabe Sloves. Inc. in New York City. 
Arthur is a commercial photographer in New York City, / 129 
W, 87th St,. Apt. 6. New York. NY 10024, 
FAUST- SORENSON 

Denise M, Sorensen to D. Michael Faust '68, November 
22. 1986. Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church. 
Mechanicsburg. PA, Denise is employed by IBM as a 
computer operator, Mike is a claims supervisor for CIGNA 
Corp. /400 W, Crestwood Dr . Apt. B2. Camp Hill. PA 17011. 
COMLY- CONNOLLY 

Barbara J. Connolly to William F. Comly '82, November 
22, 1986. St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Garden City. 
N.Y. Barbara is a registered nurse and a third-year law student 
at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva 
University, William is a financial consultant for Merrill 
Lynch. Pierce. Fenner & Smith in New York. /PO, Box 219. 
Lambertville. NJ 08530. 
MILLOWAY- BUCKLEY 

Mary E. Buckley '85 to Carlton L. Milloway. November 
25. 1986. Mary is a substitute teacher Carlton is employed by 
Dana Corporation./ 1729 Franklin St.. Berwick. PA 18603, 
ALBRIGHT- GOOD 

Joy D. Good '85 to David M. Albright. November 29. 1986. 
Grace Evangelical Congregational Church. Taking part in the 
wedding as the maid of honor was Kathy J. Lcvan '87. Joy is 
a computer specialist with Austin Information Systems, David 
is employed by Line Specialties. Ephrata, / 19 Savage Rd,. 
Apt, D2. Danville. NJ 07834, 
PA RKER — RUDDEROW 

Jacqueline V. Rudderow '84 to John E. Parker '85, 
November 28. 1986. St, Catherine of Siena. Allentown. PA, 
Taking part in the wedding were Karen G. Schoenegan '84 as 
maid of honor. Amy L. Murphy '85, attendant, and Bryan 
Rynearson '82, Thomas A. VoII '83, and Robert J. Hain '82 
as ushers, Jackie is a media coordinator with Young & 
Rubicam, a subsidiary of Sudler & Hennessey John is a beer 
wholesaler with Sound Distributing, a family owned /operated 
business./ 45 Alta Ave., Yonkers. NY 10705, 
PETERS -OnO 

Ruth A. Otto '74 to Andrew Peters. December 13. 1986. 
Ruth Ann is assistant controller at the Bethesda Marriott 
Hotel, Andy is director of food standards for the Marriott 
Hotels, / 13354 Shea Place. Herndon. VA 22070, 
SUPKO- BARRY 

Maria Barry '84 to Mark Supko. December 26. 1986. 



St. Gregory's. Clarks Summit, PA. Maria is a systems 
engineer with Electronic Data Systems. General Motors, Mark 
is also a systems engineer with the same company. / 633 
Dorchester Dr. Apt, 135. Rochester Hills. MI 48063, 
HORNER- NEWNAM 

Beverly A. Newnam to Louis (Bud) Horner, Jr. '70, 
January 17. 1987. Trinity United Methodist Church, Beverly is 
the director of financial aid at Salisbury State College, Bud is 
president of Horner Honda in Salisbury. / 1004 Schumaker 
Woods Road. Salisbury. MD 21801, 
DECK.4RD - RHOADS 

Kathy Rhoads to Steve P. Deckard '86, April 4. 1987 
Taking part in the wedding was Michael D. Deckard '84, 
brother of the bridegroom, Steven is a sales coordinator for 
Ritz-Craft Corp. of PA. Inc.. Miffiinburg. PA,/R.D. 1. Box 
319A. Selinsgrove. PA 17870. 



Born Crusaders 



To Richard and Peggy Haas Howell '77, a son. Mark 
Edward. April 2. 1986. Peggy is now a member of the faculty 
of Peabody Conservatory and organist and choirmaster at the 
Church of the Good Shepherd. Rixton. MD. She was named to 
the 1986 World Who's Who of Women (9lh edition). 

To Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ramsdell '80, a son. Steven 
James. April 18. 1986. Jim also was recently transferred to the 
home office of Travelers and will be residing at 21 Sillsbury 
Landing. Sillsbury. CT 06070, 

To Thomas E. '76 and Barbara Keller Dertovzos '76, a 
son. Michael Keller. April 25. 1986. Tom and Barbara now 
reside at 917 Fillmore Rd,. Norristown. PA 19401. 

To James and Jean Craig Hallowell '78, a son. Craig 
James. April 28. 1986, 

To Patrick F. '76 and Betsy Walsh Kreger '76, a son. 
Matthew Patrick. June 4. 1986. Betsy has received an 
advanced degree from Seton Hall Law School. Newark. NJ, 
Pat is currently manager of administrative planning for 
personal computers and related products with IBM. in 
Montvale. NJ, 

To William '76 and Joanne Thomas McCard '76, a 
daughter. Elizabeth Lee. June 5. 1986, 

To Howard and Linda Fennimore Lippincott '78, a 
daughter. Courtney Jean. June 6. 1986, 

To Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Interdonalo '79, a daughter. 
Nicole Marie. June 14. 1986. Nicholas is now co-owner and 
manager of a Computerland franchise in Frederick. MD, 

To David '76 and Laurel Stryker Mosteller '76, a 
daughter. Amy Laurel. July 4th. 1986. David has been 
promoted to programmer /analyst with Shared Medical 
Systems. Malvern. PA. 

To Eric and Wendy Wolf Poulsen '81, a son. Ryan Andrew. 
July 7. 1986. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence U. Smith '74, a son. Brian 
Matthew. July 12. 1986. 

To Doug and Martina ZIockie Surles '78, a daughter. 
Ashlea Jo. August 1. 1986, 

To Ronald and Denise G. Wilson Uhlman '80, a daughter 
Sarah Grace. August 9. 1986. 

To George C. '75 and Judith Yohn Adams '75, a daughter. 
Amy Yohn. August 9. 1986, 

To Michael R and Jocelyn Floody Reid '74, a son. Kyle 
Owen, August 25. 1986. 

To Frank J. and Peggy Labsitz Mullaney '79, a son. 
Michael Charles. September 1. 1986, 

To Dr. and Mrs. Scott C. Truver '72, a daughter. Kristen 
Alyse. September 4. 1986. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith '81, a daughter. Alissa Ann. 
September 7. 1986, 

To James E. '72 and Saren Alexander Murray '72, a 
daughter. Lindsey Kalherine. September 7. 1986. 



To Capt. and Mrs. David R. Getz '78, a daughter. Laura 
Marie. September 12. 1986, 
To Peter T. '76 and Patricia Weybrecht Davidson '78, a 

daughter. Kathleen Elizabeth. September 19. 1986. 

To Robert A. Lacey '81 and Donna Stover Lacey '82, a 
daughter. Kelly LaRue. October 5. 1986. Robert (Bud) has 
been promoted to business manager of finance and insurance 
with Sanson Nissan, Woodbridge. NJ. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Miller *81, a son. Andrew 
Jonathan. February 15. 1984 and a daughter. Julianne 
Christine. November 21. 1986, Jack is general manager of 
Production One. a Philadelphia advertising agency. 

To Mr. and Mrs. George Ganter '74, a daughter. Lindsay 
Hope. December 2. 1986, 

To Miles A, and Jessica E. Schnilman Kowall '75, a son. 
Jeffrey Aaron. December II. 1986, 

To Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hamilton '73, a son. Todd 
William. December 11. 1986, 

To Martin J, and Kathleen Gallagher Fallon '81, a 
daughter. Laura Christine. December 29. 1986, 

To Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Mannello '76, a daughter. 
Alison. January 12. 1987 

To Henry and Donna Foland Neilley '78, a daughter. 
Krysten Ann. January 13. 1987, 

To Edward R. '78 and Sherry Barben '78, a son, 
Benjaman Robert. January 20. 1987. Edward is a loan officer 
for Northern Central Bank, 

To Alan and Edna Katz '67, a daughter. Lesley Samanlha. 
February 5. 1987, 

To Mark E. "78 and Sara Saunders Kuester '78, a son. 
Matthew Tyler. February 14. 1987, 

To Fred '83 and Amy Ploch Zapp '83, a son. Matthew 
Brewster. February 15. 1987, 

To Edward D, and Marilyn Roemer Zeidler '74, a son. 
Benjamin Edward. February 19. 1987, 

To Raymond and Ruth Rissmiller Brunner '83, a son. 
Owen James. March 9. 1987, 

To Jeffrey R. '79 and Barbara Voelker Towne '81, a son, 
William Benjamin. March 13. 1987 

To Charles and Christine Hoff Mclnnes '79, a son. 
Alexander Main. March 23. 1987 Christine has been 
promoted to director of the major medical department at 
Capital Blue Cross in Harrisburg. 

To Charles M. "77 and Margaret Schozer Wills '78, a son, 
Timothy David. March 25. 1987, Charles has recently been 
hired as corporate director, patient financial services for 
Western Reserve Care Systems in Youngstown. Ohio, 

To Glenn and Priscilla Frieberg Shaffer '79, a daughter. 
Kate Celeste. March 28. 1987 



Deaths 



Margaret Luckhart Ditty 'U, Nonhumberlund. PA. 
January 16. 1985, 

Thomas Rice 'x66, Ickesburg. PA. September 23, 1986. 

Julius (Gus) Weinberger '36, Old Forge. PA. September 
30. 1986. An attorney for more than 40 years, he also served as 
president of the Temple Israel of Scranton. president and 
chairman of the board of the Jewish Community Center, where 
he received the "Man of the Year" award in 1970. He also 
served as chairman of the Easter Seals Campaign and 
American Cancer Society. Other affiliations include 
membership m F&A.M.. Amos Lodge of B'nai Brith. Irem 
Temple Shrine and Benevolent Order of Elks, where he also 
served as exalted ruler. He was a member of the Scranton 
Chamber of Commerce and the Pennsylvania and Lackawanna 
Bar Associations. 

Harold R. Glenn 'x32, Fairport, NY. October 12. 1986. 

Bessie C. Long '22, Friedens. PA. November 17. 1986. She 
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for 40 years. She was the first teacher from the area to receive 
the Freedom Foundation Award for good citizenship. She was 
a member of Friedens Lutheran Church and LCW and was a 
charter member and past president of Alpha Chapter of Delta 
Kappa Gamma. In addition, she was a member of Third 
Society of Farm Women. 
Albert Benner '17, Clearwater, FL, November 20. 1986. 
Wendell H. Phillips '27, Trenton. NJ. December 3. 1985. 
He retired from Hamilton Township School District where he 
worked as a physics teacher for 23 years. He belonged to the 
First Presbyterian Church of Hamilton Square and was a 
member of the Masonic Bodies. 

Dorothy C. Easlep '35, Williamsburg, PA. December 29. 
1986. She worked as a music teacher in the Williamsburg 
School District and then worked in the educational department 
of retail music stores before establishing a mail order music 
business called Elementary Music Publications. She was 
president and a charter member of the Selinsgrove and 
Philadelphia Alumnae chapter and lota Province vice- 
president from 1959-1964. 

Benjamin H. Wirt '30, Sunbury. PA, December 31. 1986. 
Retired from Sunbury School District where he taught for 32 
years. He was a member of the First Reformed Church 
andF&A.M. 

Edward Warren Moyer '77, Millmont, PA, February 3. 
1987 He was employed by the State Mental Health-Mental 
Retardation centers in Laurelton and Selinsgrove for 25 years, 
retiring in 1979. He was a member of the Joseph Priestley 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lewisburg; Eastern 
Cooperative Recreation School and Pennsylvania Therapeutic 
Recreation Society. 

Christa Jorgensen Furhman '68, Virginia Beach. VA, 
February 10. 1987 She worked as a financial consultant for the 
A.L. Williams Insurance and Securities Agency. 

Dr. Carlton B. Smith '60, Harrisonburg. VA. February 14. 
1987 He was a member of Muhlenburg Lutheran Church, 
where he served as secretary of the church's executive council. 
He taught at York College of PA from 1965 to 1968. and at 
Fairmont State College In West Virginia from 1968-1970 He 
was an associate professor of history at James Madison 
University at the time of his death. He was treasurer of the 
American Association of University Professors, and a member 
of the Organization of American Historians, the Southern 
Historical Organization, the Civil War Roundtable and the 
Society for the Historians of the Early American Republic. His 
widow is the former Jacqueline E. Gantz '62. 
William H. Lips '64, Ft. Lauderdale. FL. February 17. 1987 
Dr. Daniel H. Sandstedl H'74, Gettysburg. PA. February 
24, 1987 He was former director of field education at the 
Gettysburg Lutheran Theological Seminary. A member of the 
Pennsylvania Council of Churches, he was appointed by 
former Gov. Richard L Thornburgh to the board of directors 
for the South Mountain Restoration Center. He was also pastor 
of several churches in Illinois and Wisconsin and director of 
chaplaincy at the Lutheran Social Service of Illinois prior to 
coming to Gettysburg. He was the past president of the 
Committee on Ministry In State Institutions in Illinois and a 
member of the Commission on Clinical Pastoral Education. 
He was a past president of the American College of Chaplains, 
a member of the Lutheran Hospital Association, and a 
consultant on chaplaincy to the American Hospital 
Association. 

Dr, John W. Thompson '09, San Mateo. CA. February 27. 
1987 He was In private practice as an ear /eyes /nose /throat 
specialist for 25 years and was called Into active duty in the 
U.S. Navy from 1941-46. He retired in 1955. 

Luther A. Fisher '22, Boca Raton, FL. March 14. 1987 He 
retired from Eastern Pennsylvania for the Loyal Protection 
Life Insurance Company where he worked as a general agent 
for 35 year^. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the 
Rajah Temple of Shrine in Reading, PA. He belonged to the 
First Presbyterian Church in Boca Raton. FL 



H. Winey Graybill '22, Mechanlcsburg. PA. In Vero 
Beach. FL, March 24. 1987 

Margaret Benner Burns 'LJ, Selinsgrove. PA. April 1. 1987. 

The Rev. A. John Perna x'S3, McClure. PA. in Lewlstown. 
April 4. 1987 

Clyde L. Mahaffey '32, Willlamsport. PA. April 7, 1987 

Karen M. Brunner '84, Poughkeepsle. NY. May 15. 1987 



Minutes of the 1987 
Alumni Association Meeting, 
May 2, 1987 

The annual Alumni Weekend meeting of the Susquehanna 
University Alumni Association was held at the Alumni 
Luncheon on Saturday. May 2. 1987 In the Degensteln Campus 
Center at Selinsgrove. There were 468 In attendance. The 
meeting was called to order by Alumni Association President 
John Foos '71. The Invocation was asked by University 
Chaplain Christopher Thomforde, 

Following the luncheon. Director of Alumni Relations Jim 
Campbell '63 recognized the emeriti alumni, all those present 
who were graduated more than 50 years ago. He then 
Introduced May Queen Mary Jane McLaughlin of Pompton 
Plains. NJ and May King Peter Ashey of Annandale. NJ. 
Members of the 1987 May Court assisted President Joel 
Cunningham in presenting framed personalized woodcuts to 
alumni in attendance who were celebrating their 50lh reunion. 
Other reunion classes recognized were: 1942. 1947, 1952, 
1957 1962, 1967. 1972. and 1977 

The Class of 1987 was welcomed Into the Alumni 
Association by President Foos. Class President M. Alice 
Jeremko of Goshen. CT announced the class gift--a grant to 
the Roger M . Blough Learning Center for the purchase of 
periodicals. President Cunningham responded with 
appropriate remarks. 

The business session opened with the approval of the 
minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's report, both of 
which were reproduced and distributed In registration packets 
prior to the luncheon. 

The Nominations Committee report was presented by 
Dorothy Wesner '81. Nominees for officers of the Alumni 
Association for a one year term are: President. John G. Foos 
'71: Vice President. Louis p Santangelo '50: Vice President. 
William A. Lewis '68: Secretary. Donald S. King '66: and 
treasurer. Chester G. Rowe '52. For members-at-large on the 
Alumni Association Executive Committee, term expiring 
1990: Margaret Anne Flnley '85. Robert L. Flscus '59. Robert 
A. Gabrenya '40. Joe W. Klelnbauer '63. Richard K. Renn '73, 
Nevln CT Shaffer '49, and Dorothy S. Wesner '81. For 
Alumni Representative to the University Board of Directors 
for a three year term: Carl L. Campbell '65. The entire slate 
was declared elected. 

The Awards Committee Chairman Don Wlsslnger '50 made 
the presentation of the Alumni Awards medals for 1987: Senior 
Man Most Typifying the Ideals of Susquehanna University. 
William A. Valliere of Torringlon, CT: Senior Woman Most 
Typifying the Ideals of Susquehanna University, M. Alice 
Jeremko of Goshen, CT; Achievement Award. Dr. John F 
Lewis '27 of Sunbury: Service Award, Louise E. West '39 of 
Coaldale and West Chester. 

The luncheon was adjourned with the singing of the Alma 
Mater led by Leslie Berkhelmer '87 and accompanied by 
Rebecca Lent '88. 

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'Selling' Susquehanna 
Is Easy for Sam 



SINCE THE EARLY 1950's. SAM ROSS HAS BEEN 
championing Susquehanna University to anyone who 
would listen. 

"When I came to Susquehanna, I had no specific 
career path in mind. 1 just wanted to go some place 
where I could learn about a lot of things that interested 
me. I also wanted to be a part of a community," Ross said. 

"What I found at this small, liberal arts, church-related 
university were faculty members who wanted to teach, 
who cared about students as individuals, and were willing 
to give me the personal attention I needed. I can't think 
of another institution of higher learning where I could 
have spent four happier or more productive years." 

Ross earned his B.A. in 1954. He served in student 
government, the inter-fraternity senate, as president of 
Theta Chi, vice president of his junior class, and he 
lettered in varsity baseball and football, captaining both 
sports in his senior year. 

"Amos Alonzo Stagg, Jr. was our football coach and a 
real gentleman," Ross said. "His father. Amos Alonzo 
Stagg. Sr . was perhaps the most famous coach in America 
during the first half of this century. As I recall, he had 
just retired from the College of the Pacific and decided 
to give his son a hand at Susquehanna. It was an honor- 
and an educational experience-to play for this great father 
and son team. They taught their players about football 
and about life." 

In 1973 Sam Ross was first elected to the University's 
Board of Directors as an alumni representative. He 
continues to serve on the Board today and is a member of 
its Executive Committee, He is Chairman of the 
Development and Public Relations Committee and is a 
member of the Planning and Priorities Committee. He also 
chaired the 1986/1987 Annual SUE Campaign. 

Telling the Susquehanna University story to potential 
contributors-foundations and corporations-is important 
and relatively easy, according to Sam Ross. "I want our 
Susquehanna traditions to continue and I want them to be 
relevant in today's environment. That takes money. One of 
my jobs is to try to connect the University and leaders 
of the private sector, and convince them that Susquehanna 
is unique and worthy of their interests and support." 

Ross uses his contacts to help raise funds for 
Susquehanna. Soon, his position should be even more 
advantageous. He has just recently been named executive 
vice president and president-elect of the state's largest 
health care insurer. Pennsylvania Blue Shield. 

HEADING THE NATION'S BIGGEST BLUE SHIELD 
will require much of his time. The Harrisburg-located 
company insures 6 million Pennsylvanians. provides 
Medicare services for citizens of Pennsylvania, Delaware 
and the Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC. and had 
1986 revenues of more than $3 billion. Blue Shield 
employs 3.800 people. 

"I have been extremely fortunate," Ross says. 
"And much of that good fortune can be traced back to 
the University. I want Susquehanna to continue to be 
available to young people who need a small, church- 
related university that provides a liberal education 




' 7 can 't think of 

another institution of 

higher learning where I 

could have spent four 

happier or more 

productive years. 



and a sense of belonging, caring and accomplishment. 
That's what I found and what I hope to help pass on to 
future Susquehanna students." 

Sam Ross is married to Susquehanna graduate Dorothy 
Agar, a realtor in the Carlisle area. The couple has two 
sons, David and Randall. 



Hassman Joins 
University Board 

Alan Hassman. president of Hassman Enterprises in 
Camp Hill, has been named to a three-year term on the 
Susquehanna University Board of Directors. 

Hassman will serve on the Board's property and 
finance committee, a group he advised prior to 
his appointment. 

University President Joel Cunningham said Hassman 
brings strong leadership from his business, church, and 
civic activities. Hassman and wife Gloria own 20 
McDonald's franchises in central Pennsylvania and are 
involved in real estate investment. He is also a member 
of Young Presidents' Organization, a select group of 
company presidents whose membership is based, in 
part, on number of employees and volume of business. 

Hassman is active in the Girls Club. Boy Scouts of 
America, and the Harrisburg Symphony. He was 
instrumental in founding the Children's Family House, 
Inc. (Ronald McDonald House) in Hershey. 

He is a graduate of Wartburg College of Iowa and is a 
member of Trinity Lutheran Church. He and his wife 
have two children. 



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or APAN, is currently looking for enthusiastic 
new members. This group is comprised of 
alumni and parents of currently or recently 
eivoUed students and is coordinated by the 
Admissions Office to help recruit quahty 
students to Susquehanna. APAN members 
attend college night programs in their local 
areas, send congratulatory letters to accepted 
students, attend on -campus workshops to 
become famihar with the admissions process 
and APAN projects, and offer a unique perspective 
on the University. These are just a few examples 
of APAN activities; APAN responsibilities vary 
and depend upon the time a member is able to 
devote to the organization. 

If you are interested in joining APAN or in 
learning more about the network, please send 
your name, address, phone number and year 
of graduation to: 

Admissions Office 
Susquehanna University 
Selinsgrove, PA 17870 
Attn: Jennifer C. Schoen 

We hope you will join us in helping prospective 
students and their families gain a better under- 
standing of the opportunities and advantages 
offered at Susquehanna. 



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Commencement 



Susquehanna paid tribute to five leaders for their 
contributions to science, literature, religion, business, 
and volunteer service during the University's 129th 
Commencement exercises. 

Honorary degrees were conferred upon: 

Captain James A. Lovell Jr., navigator of the first 
voyage to the Moon and president of Centel 
Communications Corporation, Doctor of Science; 

John H. Updike, Pulitzer prize-winning writer and 
Pennsylvania native. Doctor of Letters; 

A. Donald Main, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in 
Sunbury, Doctor of Divinity; 

William L. Grala, vice president of SmithKline 
Beckman Corporation in Philadelphia, Doctor of Laws; and 

Helen Decker Blough, retired teacher and civic 
worker from Hawley, PA, Doctor of Humanities. 

"These five people exemplify the values and ideals 
which Susquehanna University strives to instill in its 
students," President Joel Cunningham said. 

Honorary degrees were awarded prior to the conferral 
of 288 bachelor's degrees upon members of the 
Class of 1987. 




Oipl. James A. Lovell Jr. 



Capt. James A. Lovell Jr. 

Lovell, the Apollo 8 navigator of the first voyage to 
the moon and the first person to visit the Moon twice, 
served as Commencement speaker. 

Lovell joined the space program in 1962 after serving 
as a naval aviator and test pilot and executing commands 
in the Gemini mission program, including the historic 
Gemini 7 flight, which saw the first rendezvous of two 
manned spacecraft. 

At the close of the Gemini program, Lovell became 
navigator for the Apollo 8 mission, during which he and 
his crew became the first humans to leave the earth's 
gravitational force. Lovell held the record for time in 



space with 715 hours and 5 minutes; a record which has 
only been surpassed by the Skylab missions. 

In 1973 Lovell left the space program to enter private 
enterprise. He is currently executive vice president for 
the Centel Corporation where he oversees human 
resources, corporate corrmiunications, investor and 
goverrmient relations and technical planning. He is also 
president of Centel Communications. 

A native of Cleveland, Lovell is a graduate of the 
University of Wisconsin, the U.S. Naval Academy, the 
University of Southern California, and the Harvard 
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John H. Updike 

Updike, a native of Shillington, "is Pennsylvania's 
most prestigious living writer." according to Apprise 
magazine. At the age of 55, he has written five short 
story collections, four books of poetry, three collections 
of prose, and 12 novels including Rabbit, Run: The 
Cemaur: and A Month of Sundays. 

Although he has spent most of his adult life outside 
Pennsylvania, Updike has remained loyal to his home 
state and friends like F. (Rudy) Gelnett '37 who taught 
Updike at Shillington High School. 

Updike is a 1954 summa cum laude graduate of 
Harvard College. He now lives in Massachusetts. 

A. Donald Main 

Main, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Sunbury 
since 1979. has been at the forefront of activity in the 
Central Pennsylvania Synod. He is currently chairman 
of the synod's executive board and dean of the 
Sunbury district. 

Main was recently named bishop of the Upper 
Susquehanna Synod for the newly formed ELCA. 

A native of Frederick, MD, Main is a graduate of 
Gettysburg College and Lutheran Theological Seminary 
at Gettysburg. Prior to Zion Lutheran Church, he 
served as intern at Messiah Lutheran Church in 
Decatur, GA from 1967-68 and pastor at Trinity 
Lutheran Church in Altoona, PA from 1969-79. 

During his tenure of service, Main has held numerous 




Marshal Neil Poller and Rev. Donald Mam 

leadership positions in church and civic activities. He 
has served as president of the Ministerium groups in 
Sunbury, Altoona, and Juniata. He also has served on 
the boards of Camp Sequanota, Allegheny Lutheran 
Homes and Social Services, and the Altoona District 
Cabinet. 

In addition to serving as dean of the Sunbury District, 
he also has served as chair of its evangelism missions 
and as secretary. 

In the community, he is a member of the advisory 
committee on the religious interests at Susquehanna 
University, the Sunbury Kiwanis Club, and the 
Shikellamy School District Guidance Advisory Council. 




William L. Grala 

William L. Grala 

Grala, a native of Hazleton, has been vice president of 
public affairs for SmithKline Beckman Corporation 
since 1973. His career reflects a commitment to the 
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memberships in organizations which support education, 
the environment, Pennsylvania history, philanthropy, 
and public relations. 

He is chairman of the Burn Foundation and serves as 
a board member for 17 concerns which include the 
Pennsylvania Economy League, the Philadelphia 
Committee of Seventy, The Citizens Crime Commission 
of Philadelphia, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 
the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, the Balch 
Institute for Ethnic Studies, the Foreign Policy Research 
Institute, the Zoological Society of Philadelphia, the 
Police Athletic League of Philadelphia, the Institute for 
Educational Affairs, the Invest-in-America National 
Council, and the advisory board of the Pennsylvania 
Academy of Fine Arts. 

He is an honorary fellow of the College of Physicians 
of Philadelphia and an honorary member of the Royal 
Society of Medicine in London, England. 

Other memberships include the Science Education 
Advisory Council to the Philadelphia Board of 
Education; The World Affairs Council, and the Mayor's 
Cultural Advisory Council. 




Helen Decker Blough 

Helen Decker Blough 

Mrs. Blough, a retired college professor and civic 
worker, led a progressive life of scholarship and service 
long before such was commonly accepted for women. 
After graduating from Syracuse and Columbia 
universities, she left her home slate of Pennsylvania in 
the 1920s to teach home economics at Oklahoma 
College for Women. 

In 1928, she married Susquehanna University 
graduate Roger Blough and continued working to 
support his law school education at Yale. 

Throughout the years. Mrs. Blough was at her 
husband's side as he rose from general counsel to the 




Parents and friends capture the moment 

chairmanship and the position of CEO of the U.S. Steel 
Corporation (where he served from 1955 to 1969) until 
his death in 1985. 

Mrs. Blough devoted her life to raising her twin 
daughters and supporting such endeavors as education 
and community projects. 

To the Hawley community, the Blough family is 
known as a generous neighbor. A gift to the town of 
Hawley from Roger Blough made it possible for the 
community to build a new library, which is named in 
honor of Mrs. Blough. The Susquehanna University 
library is named for her late husband. 

Prior to Commencement, graduates joined their 
families, friends and faculty in celebrating 
Baccalaureate. Bishop Howard J. McCarney, of the LCA 
Central Pennsylvania Synod, was guest preacher. 
McCarney will be stepping down as bishop in January 
1988 when the ELCA church merger takes effect. 



' 'Every generation has 

the obligation to free 

men 's minds for a look 

at new worlds, to look 

out from a higher 

plateau than the 

last generation. 

Capt. James A. Lovelljr. 



AWARDS 

American Association 

of University Professors: Pamela J. Bixby 
Pennsylvania Institute 

of Certified Public Accountants: Geiuiaro Borrelli 
Charles E. Lyle Psi Chi Award: William A. Valliere 
Outstanding Chemistry Award: Valerie A. Sarisky 
Sigma Alpha lota Highest Average: Judy M. Royer 
Signrn Alpha lota College Honor: Judy M. Royer 



Outstanding Sociology Award: Peter R. Joachim 
Alpha Lambda Delta 

Senior Award: Constance May Eckhart 
Thomas P. Kauffman 
Lindback Foundation Faculty Award: Dr. Susan Bowers 
John C. Horn Lecturer for 

Scholarly Endeavor, Service: Dr. Jack Kolbert 
Honorary Rank of Professor Emerila: Dr. Elizabeth Wiley 



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Commencement address: 

James A. Lovell Jr., 

Former astronaut and corporate executive 

Graduation day is always a happy lime, filled with 
mixed emotions. It 's a time to reflect on what we have 
learned and to feel a sense of accomplishment. A time to 
say goodbye for now to friends we've made, and to vow 
to keep in touch and see that our paths cross again. A 
time to briefly rejoin our families, even to sleep late for 
a day or two. while we think about the future and 
putting our newly acquired knowledge to work. 

I'm sure that you have found, as I have observed, that 
the end of one experience is always the beginning of 
another . .for education is much like success. It is in 
reality a journey, not just a destination. 

You 'II begin your experience in a very exciting and 
challenging period of world history. Modem technology 
is revolutionizing the world. In fact, the imbalance 
between the rapid rale of scientific discovery on one 
hand and the slow social maturing of our society on the 
other is creating an unstable world. Our nation has 
entered a period of time in which sunival requires rapid 
adjustment, difficult and new decisions, and great risk. 
It is a period that cries for effective leadership In shori, 
the world is full of opporiunities for those who want to 
better it. and I hope those of you here today will lake up 
that challenge. 

Modem technology gives us the capacity for 
envisioning thefitture. But it is our sense of principle 
and morality that will be critical to shaping thatfiiiure. 
The unique combination of liberal arts education and 
career preparation taught here at Susquehanna 
University are the disciplines that develop the ability to 
think critically and independently on the basis of 
informed and balanced judgment. 

It is with great pnde. therefore, that I congratulate 
you young graduates. I have the greatest confidence that 
you are capable of meeting the challenges of this and 



the 21st Century. 

When I say challenge, I mean some of the problems 
that face us— for example, the population explosion. 
Two-thirds of the people on earth are poor, hungry and 
undernourished because we cannot keep up with the 
expanding population. Yet it is estimated that by the year 
2000, there will be more than I'A times as many people 
on this tiny planet, just 13 years away Although the 
United States itself is approaching zero population 
growth, calling the population explosion a problem of 
the underdeveloped nations is like saying to a shipmate, 
"Your end of the boat is sinking. ' ' 

I mention the population rise because it creates all 
sorts of corollary crises to challenge your talents. In the 
last 30 years, the world has consumed more of its 
natural resources than since man came into being. None 
of us realized how serious this could be until the gas 
pump went dry in the middle 1970s. And although there 
is now a temporary oil glut, creating new sources of 
energy and developing methods to conserve those we 
have today, could be a challenge for many of you. 

Hand in hand with the population also comes, of 
course, pollution. It is not a surprise, therefore, that 
overwhelming pollution is not a figment of a few isolated 
environmentalists, but a real potential catastrophe. For 
example, the oceans are literally in danger of dying. 
Pollutants washed into seas by rainwater have 
drastically diminished marine life in the last 20 vears. 
And look at the recent concern over acid rain and its 
effect on vegetation. 

Improving the quality of life here on earth is one of the 
principal concems of today 's society. To achieve this 
improvement mil require all the management, 
education, political and scientific technical skills this 
country can muster It is not enough just to follow what 



men before you have done. You must seek new frontiers 
if you are to solve these challenges of today The first 
step is to put to work the education you have acquired 
here. In too many instances, an educational institution 
has become like the lamppost on which the drunk leans 
for support, having no interest in its light. 

So it is with many people that consider their academic 
achievements just another pin in the calendar of life. 

But an education is not enough. You must mix in a 
little foresight. Now what do I mean by foresight? I can 
best explain it by quoting a most unlikely source, a 
friend of my son 's when he was young. Perhaps you 
know him: Dr. Seuss. And although he writes for 
children . this paragraph has meaning for all and it goes 
something like this: 

■ 'Said Conrad Cornelius o'Donnell o'Dell, my very 
young friend who is learning to spell: 'The A is for Ape. 
And the B is for Bear The C is for Camel. The H is for 
Hare. Through to Z. for Z is for Zebra. I know them all 
well, ' said Conrad Cornelius o 'Donnell o 'Dell. 'From 
beginning to end. From the Stan to the close. Because Z 
is as far as the alphabet goes. ' Then he almost fell fiat 
on his face on thefioor, when I picked up the chalk and 
drew one letter more! In the places I go there are things 
that I see that I never could spell if I slopped with a Z." 
Most of the world has resisted looking beyond Z to the 
bitter end. Every major advancement ofciiilization has 
met with extreme resistance. I think society 's outlook on 
change is aptly described by Arihur Clark, a 
distinguished British physician and science fiction 
author He said there are three phases of a good idea. 
Phase One: That 's stupid, impossible: don V waste your 
time. Phase Two: It 's possible, but not worth doing. And 
Phase Three: I always said it was a good idea. 

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the comments made by famous people who could not see 
beyond Z. In 1899, Charles Duel, the director of the 
U.S. Patent Office said, "Everything that can be 
invented, has been invented. ' ' Not long after, in 1905, 
President Grover Cleveland uttered this gross 
misconception: "Sensible and responsible women do 
not want the vote. ' ' Scientist and Nobel Prize winner in 
physics, Robert Millikan should have known better when 
he stated that, in 1923, ' 'There is no likelihood that man 
can ever tap the power of the atom. ' ' These quotes came 
from a recent TRW company ad called, "The Future 
Isn't What It Used To Be." 

In my owti field, as late as 1953, Kenneth Gatland 
wrote in the British Interplaneary Society Journal: 

Whereas it would be possible for a pilotless rocket to 
escape from the earth and reach the moon, the same 
cannot be said of a man-carrying spaceship. The power 
requirements are so great that nothing short of applied 
form of atomic energy will ever be used. ' ' 

And thank goodness he was wrong. Fortunately, there 
were those in days gone by who refused to live in the A 
to Z world. They wanted to see what was beyond Z. 
Imagine the world we would live in if men such as 
Socrates. Columbus, Ericson, Magellan, Einstein, 
Pasteur, Sagan and countless others had decided not to 
expand their horizons. In the space program, we try to 
use foresight to think beyond Z. Twenty-six years ago 
the first American ventured into space, but there were 
those, in spite of Mr Gatland, who dreamed of going to 
the moon. 

These dreams have come true and have yielded to man 
not just something to talk about but benefits both 
economical and spiritual which are beyond value. I have 
seen what foresight or thinking beyond Z has 
accomplished in the science of space. But each of you, 



in your own particular field, can also think beyond Z. 
You can dream and create and make your contribution 
to the future of mankind in this world. 

It will not always be clear that a plan or knowledge 
and foresight will produce immediate results. There is a 
shortsighted tendency in all of us to cancel our long- 
range goal if we cannot see immediate returns. 

But we must commit ourselves to long-range goals if 
we are to succeed. It is up to us to build a better 
America and a better world. You 'II be amazed at what 
you can do. 

My mother could hardly believe that I circled the 
moon in 1968. But today, my 21-year-old son doesn 't 
think it 's any big deal because, after all. we 've been 
doing it as long as he can remember Your children and 
mine will stand on a higher hill because of the 
mountains we have climbed. And the whole world 
benefits from their ready acceptance of it. If they could 
take our accomplishment as commonplace, then think of 
the new horizons they can see beyond. From their 
vantage point, their education and imagirmtion will 
carry them to places which we won 't believe possible. 

Every generation has the obligation to free men 's 
minds for a look at new worlds, to look out from a 
higher plateau than the last generation. Our vision is 
limited, not by what our eye can see, but what our mind 
can imagine if we would only go beyond Z. 

On a personal point of view, I can remember quite 
vividly the doubting Thomases among the medical 
profession as Frank Borman and I prepared for our very 
first fiight. It was Gemini 7, a two-week flight in 1965 to 
determine the effects on man afier 14 days in a zero 
gravity environment. Most of the doctors we talked to, 
including those assigned to NASA . doubted we could 
last two weeks and felt we were foolish even to train for 



such a mission. You know the results. Not only did we 
survive, but we came back in fairly good shape. Now 
man has lasted for over eight months in space. 

A moment ago, 1 said it was up to all of us to build a 
better world, and I really meant that. When I circled the 
moon and looked back at the Earth, my outlook on life 
and my viewpoint of Earth changed. By holding up my 
thumb at arm 's length, I could completely block out our 
planet, and I suddenly realized how insignificant we are. 

My impression of the Earth was one of an incredibly 
beautiful blue and white ball, much like a Christmas 
tree ornament, hung in an absolutely black sky. You 
could see the blue of the water, the white of the clouds. 
You don 't see Selinsgrove, you don 't see Chicago, or 
even New York. You don 't see boundaries or people, no 
whites or blacks. French. Greeks, Christians or Jews. 
The Earth was completely uninhabited. And yet you 
know on that Spaceship Earth, there live 3 'A billion 
astronauts, all seeking the same things from life. 

When viewed in total, the Earth is a spaceship, just 
like Apollo, with a closed ecological system. We are all 
the crew of the Spaceship Earth, and just like Apollo, 
the crew must learn to live and work together We must 
learn to manage the resources of this closed system with 
new imagination. The future is up to you. 

Just look beyond Z and try to remember occasionally 
the words said to Conrad Cornelius o'Donnell o'Dell, 
who almost fell flat on his face on the floor when his 
friend picked up the chalk and drew one letter more: 
' 'In the places I go, there are things that I see, that 
I never could spell if I stopped with aZ." 

Good luck and Godspeed in your new endeavors. 




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Record 
Breaking Year 

"We must be optimistic, energetic, and 
supportive of one another in responding 
to the challenge and opportunity to make 

Susquehanna what it is called to be: 

an undergraduate university of distinction, 

a college in which values and character 

are emphasized, and an institution 

noted for quality and for its preparation 

of young women and men for lives of 

leadership, service, and citizenship 

in this country and the world. ' ' 

President Joel Cunningham 

Inaugural Address 
September 1985 



The 1986-87 Report of 
Donors reflects the 
commitment of 
alumni, friends, 
faculty, staff, and 
students to move 
Susquehanna 
University closer toward that vision. 

For the first time in University history, 
total giving to the University topped 
the $3 million mark. Total giving for 
1986-87 increased 38 percent to 
$3,244,743. compared to $2,346,418 
in 1985-86. 

"The remarkable loyalty shown by 
our alumni and friends is helping 
Susquehanna to insure its future as 
an institution of high quality for 
many years to come," President 
Cunningham said. 

Outstanding increases were noted 
in the Susquehanna University Fund, 
an annual fund which helps the 
University provide student financial 
aid, attract innovative teachers and 
scholars, and offer strong programs 
and facilities. 
Contributions to the SUF for 1986-87 



increased 29 percent in one year, 
totaling $827,845 and exceeding its 
goal of $725,000. Contributions to the 
SUF in 1985-86 totaled $640,445. More 
than 36 percent of Susquehanna's 
10,200 alumni contributed to the 
SUF, exceeding the national average 
of 22.6 percent. 

Susquehanna's successful develop- 
ment effort represents five years of 
exceptional growth. Total giving in 
1981-82 totaled $1,118,000 compared 
to $3,244,743 for 1986-87. 

This progress was made possible with 
the time and support of our volunteer 
leaders who encouraged others to invest 
in the advancement of Susquehanna. 

The 1986-87 leadership included: 

Samuel D. Ross '54, National Com- 
mittee on Annual Giving; E. Raymond 
Shaheen '37, 50th Reunion Gift Com- 
mittee; Fred W. Kelly '66, Business 
and Industry Campaign; Donald and 
Geraldine Fager, Parents Executive 
Committee; Neil Potter, Faculty and 
Staff; James H. Faust "87, Class of 
1987 Pledge Program; Kimberlee 
Gorman "88, Phonathon. 



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1986-87 



Division of University Relations 

Selinsgrove Hall 

Susquehanna University 

(717) 374-0101 

President 

Joel Cunningham 

Vice President 

Sara G. Kirkland 

Administrative Assistant 

Bonnie Eiker Lightcap '70 

Research Associate 

Sandra Wolf 

Director of Alumni Relations 

Jim Campbell '63 

Director of Development 

Joan B. Price 

Foundation and Corporate Relations 

James A. Blessing '63 

Director of Annual Giving 

Linda L. Skinner '85 

Capital Campaign/ Planned Giving 

Marilyn L. Sierer '87 

Director of Public Relations and Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Scotl E. Deitch '85 

Publications Manager 

Jean Smith 



Total Giving to Susquelianna 



(as of June 30 each year) 




1961-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 



Susquehanna University Endowment 

(as of June 30 each year) 



Introduction 

The Report of Donors honors those who 
contributed to Susquehanna University 
during the 1986-87 fiscal year, which 
began July 1. 1986 and concluded June 30, 
1987. As in previous years, all figures 
reflect actual cash received. While the 
University strives to be complete and 



accurate, we apologize for any errors and 
encourage you to forward any questions or 
corrections to the Development Office. 

Susquehanna University sincerely 
appreciates the generosity shown by 
alumni, parents, and friends during 
1986-87. 



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Message from the President 



Dear Friends of Susquehanna University, 

It is my privilege to present the Report of 
Donors for 1986-87 and to thanl< you for your 
tremendous loyalty and generosity in responding 
to the challenge and the opportunity to make 
Susquehanna all it can be. 

We hope you will take pride in the many 
accomplishments of this past year. The progress 
of Susquehanna has resulted in great measure from 
the loyalty and generosity of those who are 
recognized in this report. We are again fortunate 
to report significant increases in the number of 
contributors and in the amounts given. 

Giving to the University reached another all-time 
record of more than $3.2 million; endowment rose 
by more than 30 percent to more than $11.5 million. 

Your support is enabling Susquehanna to provide 
a quality education that emphasizes values and 
prepares young men and women for leadership 
and service in this country and world. 

I am pleased to report some of the major 
accomplishments: 

>■ Susquehanna was the only U.S. college or 
university to be recognized by President Reagan for 
outstanding community service through his program 



Your support is enabling 

Susquetianna to provide a quality 

education that emphasizes values and 

prepares young men and women for 

leadership and service in 

this country and world. 



for Private Sector Initiatives. Susquehanna received 
a presidential citation for the contributions made 
by our students in service to the community through 
our Project House System. 

>• In late spring, Susquehanna was represented 
at the first National Conference on Undergraduate 
Research when three students were selected to 
present papers. 

>• Alumni and friends everywhere saw 
Susquehanna's name in the sports news as the 
1986 football squad drew national attention by 
reaching the quarterfmals of the Division III 
championship playoffs of the National Collegiate 
Athletic Association. The football team also enjoyed 
its first lO-O regular season in its 88-year history. 




>■ Student Mike Spangler brought laurels back 
to campus as he won the 400-meter race during the 
national Division III track championships, his third 
title in as many years as a Susquehanna runner. 

>■ Faculty and administrators also achieved special 
success during 1986-87. Dr. Ronald Dotterer. associate 
professor of English and Honors Program director, 
was chosen as an American Council on Education 
fellow. Dr. Jeanne Neff, vice president tor academic 
affairs, was named to lead the American Conference 
on Academic Deans. Dr. William A. Ward, visiting 
professor of management, was named an international 
officer and senior member of the International 
Council for Small Business. Carol J. Harrison, 
assistant professor of mathematical sciences, was 
selected for the Fulbright Exchange Program as a 
visiting scholar in Liberia. A Susquehanna University 
Press publication written by French professor 
Dr. Jack Kolbert was named as one of the Best 
Academic Books for 1986 by Choice magazine. 

>• Those faculty honored in 1986-87 include: 
Dr. Susan Bowers, assistant professor of English, who 
was awarded the Lindback Award for Distinguished 
Teaching; and Cyril Stretansky, assistant professor 
of music, who served as the John C. Horn Lecturer 
for scholarly endeavor and service to Susquehanna. 

To support our planning efforts, Susquehanna 
has been awarded a highly competitive grant from 
the Consortium for the Advancement of Private 
Higher Education (CAPHE). Of the 300 institutions 
eligible for the grant, Susquehanna was among the 
150 invited to apply and the 28 recipients. In the 
opinion of CAPHE, the recipients are "important 
to a geographical region, reflect diverse missions, 
are educationally and financially sound, and have 
strong leadership." 

To ensure our continued success and accomplish- 
ment, the University Board of Directors has initiated 
plans for a major capital campaign. This decision 
was reached after extensive study of University 
needs by architects, faculty, administrators, and 
development consultants. The campaign, which 
will be conducted over the next two years, seeks to 
improve instructional and residential facilities for 
students as well as to build endowment, especially 
for scholarships and faculty development. 

Susquehanna achieved a great deal in 1986-87, 
and we are optimistic and enthusiastic about the 
challenges and opportunities for the future. 

Thank you again for your support. We are 
deeply grateful. 

Sincerely. 



Joel Cunningham 
President 



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$100,000 



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Susquehanna University Fund 




Growth in SUF 

(Total Dollars and Alumni Participation) 



Year 1981-82 1982-63 1983-( 

cipatlon 32P'o SOOq 30^ o 



1-85 1985-86 1986-87 



Top Ten Classes By Number 
Of Contributors To The SUF 



Growth In Local Business and Industry Campaign 



S100.000 
$90,000 
$80,000 
$70,000 
S60.000 
S50.000 
S40.000 
S30.000 
S20.000 
S10.000 



1976 1977 1975 1969 1973 1983 1974 1982 1968 



)-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-65 1985-86 1986-87 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

5 



Thanks for giving your best to the SUF 



Dear SUF Supporters: 

I've been a supporter of the Susquehanna University 
Fund for more years than I'd like to admit. But it has 
only been within the past few that I've come to truly 
appreciate what unrestricted gifts can mean. 

If you've been back to campus recently, you probably 
understand what I'm talking about. The campus has 
never looked better Admissions are approaching an all- 
time high. And the University's financial condition has 
never been stronger 

These accomplishments have been made possible in large 
part because of you -alumni, parents, and friends who 
are making a difference in Susquehanna's future, through 
your support of the Susquehanna University Fund. 

Because of you, I am able to report yet another 
record-breaking year As of June 30, 1987, the SUF 
exceeded its 1986-87 goal of $725,000, by reaching a 
record total of $827,845. This represents a 29% increase 
over 1985-86 totals of $640,445. More importantly, 
alumni participation reached an all-time high of 36%, 
representing an increase of 290 new alumni donors. 

But figures alone don't tell the entire story of this 
year's success. You have to add the hard work of more 
than 300 alumni, parents, students, and local business- 
persons, who volunteered their time on behalf of the 
Susquehanna University Fund. 

I want to thank and recognize each of these groups, 
especially members of the National Committee on 
Annual Giving who contacted many of you concerning 




leadership commitments to the SUF; members of the 
Parents Executive Committee, who under the leadership 
of Don and Gerry Fager increased parent giving to an 
all-time high of $39,836; Susquehanna's dedicated Class 
Agents; members of the Business and Industry Steering 
Committee, led by chairperson, Fred Kelly "66, who 
successfully met two challenge grants totaling $20,000 



and raised a total of $91,049; and members of the Class 
of 1987, who under Jim Faust's leadership secured more 
than $7,000 in gifts and pledges from classmates. 

I also would like to recognize the efforts of the Class 
of 1937 who, under the leadership of Ray Shaheen, 
mounted Susquehanna's second 50th Reunion Gift 
Campaign, raising more than $20,000 to permanently 
endow a scholarship. 

But most importantly, I want to thank everyone whose 
name appears in the list that follows for responding 
positively to one of these volunteers. 

Susquehanna has come a long way from the University 
1 remember back in 1954 . . . and I am especially proud 
of the progress we've made in the past five years. If 
Susquehanna is to continue this progress, it will require 
even more of what we are already doing. . . giving 
Susquehanna our best, both in terms of financial 
support, and energy and time. 

Thank you again for making this the best year ever for 
the Susquehanna University Fund! 



Sincerely. 




Chairperson 
National Commillee on Annual Giving 



Class Participation 





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SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

6 



Nowhere is the impact 
of giving more evident 
than in the contributions 
provided by members 
of Susquehanna's gift 
societies. More than 
two-thirds of the total 
$3.2 million raised 
in 1986-87 came from 
donors of $125 or more. 
All gift society members 
are honored annually on 
campus at the President's 
donor recognition 
dinner, held each fall. 
Susquehanna recognizes 
with deep appreciation 
the individuals and 
corfxjrations listed below 
for their generous 
expression of confidence 
in the University. 



BENJAMIN 

KURTZ 
CIRCLE 

Presidents' 
Associates 

$5,000 or more 

The Presidents' 
Associates, a new 
level within the 
Benjamin Kurtz Circle, 
was inaugurated in 
1986-87, to recognize 
those very special 
benefactors who 
contribute an annual 
amount of $5,000 or 
more. We are pleased 
to list the 65 charter 
members of this group. 

Aid Association tor Lutherans 
Apple Foundation 
Douglas E. Arthur '49 



Ben Franklin Technology Center 
Lorraine Turnbach Ben|amin '43 
Consortium for the Advancement 

of Private Higher Education 
Carpenter. Diehl, and Kivko 
John and Jane Carpenter 
Richard E. '65 and 

Sally Feitig '68 Caruso 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Charles B, Degenstein hc'82 
Samuel and Dorothy Evert 
Exxon Foundation 
Nancy Bishop Farquhar 
Federated Department Stores, Inc. 
Foundation for 

Independent Colleges 
Gettig Technologies, Inc. 
Mrs. Russell W, Gilbert 
Martin L, Grossman x'25 



Hanover Brands, Inc. 
Robert and Jane Harding 
James M. Herrold '28 
Lewis C. Herrold '30 
Orlando W, Houts 
Lawrence M. '43 and 

Louise Kresge '45 Isaacs 
William and Lynne Karniol 
Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline 

Foundation 
The Estate of Eleanor R. Landes 
Raymond C. '50 and 

Kay LaRue x'52 Lauver 
The Estate of Elizabeth Epier Long 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
Lutheran Church in America 
Martin Marietta Corporation 
John and Joan Miller 




Albert P '50 and 

Louise Siemers '50 Molinaro, Jr 
The Estate of 

Alice N. Musselman '12 
National Endowment 

for the Humanities 
National Science Foundation 
Peter M. '57 and 

Ruth Scott '55 Nunn 
Harold and Nancy O'Connor 
The Estate of Myra Dels 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
Pennsylvania Power & 

Light Company 
Saul and Florence Putterman 
Mr and Mrs. Joseph L, Ray 
Simon B. '30 and 

Kathyrn Jarrett x'34 Rhoads 
Josephine Shuman Robbins 
Samuel D. '54 and 

Dorothy Apgar '53 Ross 
Erick O. Schonstedt 
Siebert Lutheran Foundation. Inc. 
L. B. Smith Educational Foundation 
Snyder County Trust Co. 
Helen Wentzel Spitzner '37 
Sunbury Textile Mills. Inc. 
The Estate of 

John W. Thompson '09 
Allen '29 and Jennie Tressler 
Henry and Lavina Truslow 
The Uncommon Individual 

Foundation 
John H. Wall '30 
Alan R, Warehime hc'82 
Robert and Patricia Weis 
Ernest and Ruth Wissinger 
William and Marjorie Witkop 
Women's Auxiliary 

of Susquehanna University 
Wood Metal Industries. Inc. 



Circle Members 



$1,000 or more 



The Benjamin Kurtz 
Circle, the University's 
highest gift club, 
recognizes those 
individuals who 
contribute $1,000 or 
more to Susquehanna 
each year. 

Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 

ALCOA 

American Home Foods. Inc. 

AMR Inc. 

Dorothy Margerum App '23 

ARA Services. Inc. 

AT&T Foundation 

William P '39 and 

Hester Bittinger '40 Ayers 
Beavertown Cast Stone, Inc. 
Fred and Eleanor Bisbee 
Anna Bohorad Trust 
Boscov's Department Store, Inc. 
Arthur F Bowen '65 



Willard J. Bowen '69 

James M. Brogan 

Hazel Brobst Brown '51 

Leslie R. Butler '62 

W. Robert Camerer, Jr '47 

Carl L. Campbell '65 

James J. Campbell '63 

Robert G. Carr '75 

Central Pennsylvania Savings 

Association 
James R. '46 and 

Mary Rudy x'44 Clark 
Robert R. Clark '35 
Commonwealth Bancshares Corp, 
Consolidated Natural Gas System 
Coopers & Lybrand Foundation 
Joel and Trudy Cunningham 
EC. and Evelyn Cunningham 
The Daily Item 
William C. '53 and Margaret 

Henderson '54 Davenport 
Martha Laudenslager Davis '31 
Aloysius V. '48 and 

Phyllis Swartz '49 Derr 
James and Nancy Dooley 
Dun & Bradstreet Co. Foundation 
Howard W. Dye x'43 
Marlin M. Enders '25 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 
Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

Waynesboro, PA 
Donald and Geraldine Eager 
Burden S. Faust '58 
Faylor Foundation 
Marlyn '23 and 

Mabel Kinzey '24 Fetterolf 
Fidelity Bank 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Company 
Elizabeth M. Fisher '28 
Lawrence C. Fisher '31 
W. Donald '51 and 

Marilyn Kretz '52 Fisher 
Samuel S. Fletcher '41 
Walter and Natalie Freed 
Donald A. Gaver '37 
General Electric Foundation 
James A. Grossman '36 
G. Scott & Bessie K, Guyer 

Foundation 
Paul M, Haines '31 
George E. x'64 and 

Margaret Lauver '66 Harris 
Fred R. Hauser '64 
Eleanor L. Heishman '64 
Henry H. '68 and 

Wendy Evans '69 Herrington 
John W. Hoffman '40 
John C. Horn hc'65 
Patricia R. Hunsicker 
D. Edgar '34 and 

Aberdeen Phillips '34 Hutchison 
IBM Matching Grants Program 
Jewish Chautauqua Society 
Johnson & Johnson 
Joseph R. '63 and 

Carol Bollinger '64 Joyce 
Lester J, Karschner '37 
Robert J Kimbel, Jr '74 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel '28 
John and Sara Kirkland 
Woodrow J. Klinger '37 
Mary-Beth Richard Knight '37 
William L-S, Landes III '71 
Florence Rothermel Latsha '40 
Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback 
Foundation 



SUSQUEHANNA 
DONOR REPORT 

7 



M. Gubin & Son 
Terry L. March '67 
Martha Larson Martin '26 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune '43 
Robert and Genevieve McNitf 
R K Mellon Family Foundation 
Midlantic National Bank 
Rebecca Shade Mignot '54 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
Mohawl< Flush Doors 
Bill and Clyde Montgomery 
George M, Mowers, Jr, '64 
Carl M. '63 and Kathryn W. Moyer 
Dawn Grigg Mueller '68 
Nabisco, Inc. 
National Institute of 

Child Development 
Nationwide Foundation 
Northern Central Bank 
Leah Cryder Oberheim '47 
Gerald R. Pacella '68 
Peat, Marwick, Mitchell 

Foundation 
Edward F Pfeiffer '50 
Philip Morris 
Presser Foundation 

Joan B Price 

Price Waterhouse Foundation 

Truman H. Purdy 

Purdy Insurance Agency, Inc. 

Ralph E. Purpur '66 

Mrs, Charles A. Rahter 

Rea& Derick, Inc. 

Reidler Foundation 

Edward S. '42 and 
Blanche Forney '42 Rogers 

Rohm & Haas Co. 

Christopher D. Rooke '82 

Ruth L. Roush 

Marvin and Raven Rudnitsky 

James O. Rumbaugh '50 

Louis F. Santangelo, Jr '50 

Robert E. Schellberg hc'70 

C. Glenn '46 and 
Helen Mocker '44 Schueler 

Sears Roebuck Foundation 

Nevin C T '49 and 
Jane Wormley x'41 Shaffer 

Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41 

E. Raymond Shaheen '37 

Margaret Roush Shekletski '37 

Erie I, Shobertll '35 

Robert and Betty Sisk 

Shields and Pattye Smith 

Southern New England Telephone 

Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh 

George C. Spiggle '40 

Mary E Spiggle '34 

Stackpole Corporation 

Susquehanna Valley Mall 
Merchants Association 

Ralph C Swan 

Swineford National Bank 

Tedd's Landing, Inc 

Philip R, Templin '42 

Mary Barnes Topper '37 

Frank J Trembulak '70 

Merle F Ulsh, Jr '55 

United Parcel Service Foundation 

Universal Suppliers, Inc. 

Margaret L. Wendt Foundation 

Dan and Sally Wheaton 

Donald E '51 and 
Flora Barnhart '51 Wissinger 

Eleanor Sheriff Wolf '32 



Kent L. Worthington '38 
York Container Foundation 
Suzanne Springer Zeok '66 



Members of the 
1858 Society 

$500 - $999 

Acorn Motel 

Amoco Foundation, Inc. 

Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 

J. Robert Arthur '67 

Atlantic Richfield Foundation 

Verna Gayman Baldwin '39 

Louise Mehring Banker! '35 

Robert M. Bastress '39 

Bilger Fuels 

BKW Coach Line 

Margaret Widlund Blough '24 

Raymond F. Bower '74 

Robert A. Boyer '38 

Vincent E. Boyer '52 

George and Carol Burghardt 

Samuel D. Clapper '68 

Paul D. Coleman '40 

Continental Corporation 

Foundation 
Cooper Industries Foundation 
Crum & Forster 
Signe Alford Davis '31 
Richard E. Derrick '61 
Patricia Brownell Dudley '63 
George and Mary Louise Eiker 
Jason and Patricia Elsas 
Ernst & Whinney 
Constantine C Exarchos '68 
Fisher, Clark & Lauer 
H. Ruth Folkmann '28 
John G. Foos '71 
Forest Home Systems, Inc. 
Donald Fosselman '49 
Robert A. Gabrenya '40 
Gregory E. '70 and 

Jacqueline O'Shea '71 Galano 
Gynith C Gitfin 
James J. '55 and 

Elsie Gruber '56 Gormley 
Reed A. '38 and 

Grace Drew '36 Greninger 
Robert G. Gundaker '64 
Marjorie Curtis Hanson '39 
James and Eunice Heistand 
Warren C. Herrold '41 
Hershey Foods Corporation Fund 
Hershey Trinity Lutheran Church, 

Hershey, PA 
Steven M. '72 and 

Catherine Magill '73 Hoffman 
Henry and Jane Hood 
John '52 and 

Audrey Wegner x'53 Horoschak 
Donald and Grace Housley 
Mary Emma Yoder Jones '41 
Keller Marine Service, Inc. 
Dennis D, Kieffer '74 
George A. '64 and 

Carol Cox '55 Kirchner 
Joe W. '63 and Judy Kleinbauer 
Albert C. Knapp '42 
Ronald A. Kramer '71 
Kreamer Feed Store 
Charles E. Kroeck '31 



W. Frank '39 and Isabel 

Tewkesbury '39 Laudenslayer 
Herbert C Lauver '38 
Ronald and Jeanne Leib 
Nicholas A. Lopardo '68 
Maria Wernikowski Macfarlan '62 
Mr and Mrs. Ned A. Masenheimer 
Milton H. Maslin, Jr, '65 
Merck Foundation 
Middleswarth Kitchen Fresh Chips 
Pauline Crow Mount '34 
Susan Sarbacher Pence x'68 
Pennsylvania House 
Philadelphia National Bank 
Philips Industries 
Robert and Virginia Pierson 
Bonnie Bucks Reece '65 
Otto and Beulah Reimherr 
William '29 and Ruth Roberts 
Philmer Rohrbaugh '74 
Karl H. F Schaffrath '64 
Scott Paper Company Foundation 
LeoM. Sekulski A'82 
B. Henry Shafer '37 
L. Shellenberger & Sons, Inc. 
Silvertip, Inc. 
Reed '32 and 

Mildred Arbegast '30 Speer 
St. Paul Evangelical 

Lutheran Church, 

Fayetteville, PA 
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 

Churcn, Lititz, PA 
Sefton and Ann Stallard 
J. Donald Steele '33 
J. Donald Steele, Jr '73 
Shirley Finkbeiner Stehlin '39 
Stroehmann Brothers Co. 
Theta Chi Fraternity - 

Beta Omega Chapter 
Sara Ulrich Tollinger '34 
Unisys Corporation 
Valley Farms Dairy 
Kenneth J. '71 and 

Roxane Havice '71 Vermillion 
Robert and Joan Vivian 
Paul Walser x'65 
Weis Markets, Inc. 
Helen Salem Wescoat '19 
Robert E. Winter '48 
Gerold M. Wunderlich '73 
Suzanne Yenchko '68 
Carl C. Yingling '72 
Young Door Company 
Zion Lutheran Church, Sunbury, PA 
John Zubak '43 



Members of the 
Maroon Club 

$250 - $499 

Susan Goyne Amedow '44 
Kenneth R. '35 and 

Martha Gessner '32 Anderson 
Ashland Oil Foundation, Inc 
Stephen E Ayer '72 
Charles S. Bailes '56 
Elmer R, Baumgardner '52 
Barry B. '60 and 

Nancy Phillips '60 Bealor 
George E. Beam '29 
Richard A. Bechtel '72 
Ruth G. Beck '29 
Leslie J. Beers '76 



Bell Atlantic 

Bell Communication Research 

Bell of Pennsylvania 

Donna S. Benham 

Jack K Bishop '57 

James A, '63 and 

Martha Barker '70 Blessing 

H. Vernon Blough '31 

Paul Boeder hc'76 

Marsh C. Bogar '51 

Ferdinand Bongartz '47 

Lee E. '26 and 
Laura Henninger '25 Boyer 

Grace C. Boyle '33 

Florence Reilz Brenneman '41 

Robert M. Brenneman '73 

John D. Bronneck '69 

John and Patricia Brotherton 

Fred O. Brubaker '42 

Brunswick Foundation, Inc. 

Paul B. '50 and 
Virginia Blough '50 Buehler 

Claude A, Buss '24 

William and Doris Calvert 

Campbell Soup Company 

Carpenter Foundation 

Mr and Mrs. Harris M. Carter, Jr 

Central Builders Supply 

Dorothy Rothermel Chaffee '28 

Roger P Cheney '71 

Chevron U.S.A., Inc. 

Jack E. Cisney '59 

Philip M. Clark '62 

Class of 1977 Reunioners 

Donald E. Coleman '60 

Country Cupboard, Inc. 

Michael Currid 
John Dagle Jewelry 
Alice Yonghaus Davenport '51 
Mary Heim Davey '38 
Sue C. Davis '66 
Alex and Susan Del Bueno 
Dwight E. Dickensheets '67 
Dogwood Hill Nursery, Inc. 
Dow Jones & Co, Inc. 
Marion D. Drumheller '57 
ERA Bowen Agency, Inc. 
Lee M. '32 and 

Jenet Leitzel '32 Fairchild 
Bruce C. '77 and 

Katherine Allen '77 Fehn 
Hans and Barbara Feldmann 
Herman R. Fenstermacher '32 
David E. Fettinger '74 
Russell C. '75 and 

Jacquelyn Strub '75 Filbey 
Robert L. '59 and 

Linda Traub '61 Fiscus 
H Scott Fritts '78 
Vincent and Peggy Furey 
Furman Foods, Inc. 
Robert A. '65 and 

Linda Carothers '66 Good 
Governor Snyder Mansion Gifts 
Andrew S. '79 and 

Elizabeth Kennedy '79 Graybill 
Lester S. Greider '36 
Wm. F Groce, Inc, 
Linda Rolston Gutowski '70 
Robert L Hackenberg '56 
Robert B. Hancock '64 
Christian B. Harris '70 
Mr and Mrs. Lawrence T Harrison 
Wellington "Duke" Hartman '30 
John and Lucille Haubner 
Zelda F Haus '27 
Patricia F Heathcote '52 



Paul J. Helleren '80 
Donald K. Henry '35 
Phoebe Herman '17 
George W, Herrold '71 
Harold J. Hershey '65 
Albert '36 and 

Martha Bolig '38 Hess 
Hewlett Packard 
Paul R. Hinsch '74 
Raymond '47 and 

Dorothy Dellecker '43 Hochsluhl 
Hoffmann La Roche Foundation 
Vernon V. Hoover '58 
Harvey A. Horowitz '64 
Robert and Evelyn Huggard 
Hughes Aircraft Company 
Itek Optical Systems 
Richard M. '70 and 

Janet Goodyear '71 Jacobson 
R. Alexander B. Jervis '65 
Lawrence S. Kachelriess, Jr '64 
Frank and Hilda Karniol 
Timothy G. Keane '75 
Henry J. '39 and 

Elizabeth Johnston '38 Keil 
James E. '73 and 

Kathleen Coon '73 Kellerman 
Frederick W. Kelly, Jr '66 
Mary Vetri Kendall '78 
William and Pamela Kennedy 
Esther Yingling Kern '38 
Raymond J Kerstetler, Jr '59 
Neil and Ruth Kilstein 
Karl E '38 and 

Margaret Dunkle '41 Kniseley 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch '34 
Eugene F Kolva x'56 
Eugene and Barbara Kopf 
Frances Roush Kovacic '50 
Kraft, Inc, 
Harold R. '48 and 

Corrine Kahn '45 Kramer 
William D, '67 and 

Carol Sutcliffe '68 Kramer 
Kratzer Oil Company, Inc. 
Walter J. '80 and 

Joan Penniman '80 Krzastek 
Michael H, Kuziak '87 
Fred and Donna Lackland 
John and Karen Lafferty 
Josephine Hoy Lamb '33 
Nancy Myers Landis '47 
Kathie J. Lang '71 
RollaE, '71 and 

Jean Walton '73 Lehman 
Robert E. '61 and 

Joan Lawley '62 Leighty 
Faye R. Lewis '52 
John F Lewis '27 
William A. Lewis, Jr. '68 
George '54 and 

Lorraine Karick '52 Liddington 
Richard W. '48 and 

Gertrude Roberts '48 Lindemann 
William F Livengood '67 
Clay L. Lorah '57 
Paul B. Lucas '42 
L. Howard Lukehart '31 
Thomas C. Maran '67 
Douglas L. '70 and 

Lynn Keim '71 Marion 
Peter C. Marshall '67 
William H. '48 and 

Joyce Jenkins '45 McClure 
Judith Arnold Mclntyre '62 
Russell L, McTague '59 
Wayne W. Miller '65 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

8 



Gary L. '61 and 

Stephanie Haase '60 Moore 
Lewis R. '77 and 

Kalhy-Ann McCarthy '76 Morrow 
Benjamin T. Moyer '28 
John and Mane Mulcahy 
Mohammad M. Munir, M,D. 
Johanna Sheese Murray '68 
Francis A Nace '62 
Anthony and Sally Nazzaro 
Mark E. Nelson '79 
New York Stock Exchange 
Mary Sarba Norwood '50 
Frances Hubler Nuernberg '35 
William E. Nye II '40 
Susan Odjakjian '79 
Karen L. Olson '71 
Donald P '68 and 

Mary Ann Carpenter '68 Orso 
Otl Packagings, Inc. 
Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
James C. Packard '70 
Emmett and JoAnne Paradine 
James H. '62 and 

Barbara Lovell '64 Parker 
Marjorie Mack Pearson '67 
Penn Lyon Homes, Inc. 
Pennsylvania Gas and Water Co 
Joseph P. '63 and 

Marilyn Vekassy '63 Perfilio 
Richard G. '68 and 

Linda laeger '69 Poinselt 
William H. Poust, Jr '49 
Proctor and Gamble 
Prudential Foundation 
Nicholas O- Prusackll '67 
David and Virginia Rahal 
Raymond F Rail, Jr. '75 
John and Edith Rea 
Paul D. Reamer '31 
J. Robert Reeder x'32 
James B. '49 and 

Marilyn Beers '51 Reilly 
Raymond O. Rhine '29 
Rhoads Mills, Inc. 
Edward R. Rhodes '57 
Carl and Alice Rice 
Sidney F '59 and 

Sandra Brandt x'61 Richard 
Ruth Smith Robinson '52 
Sandra M. Rocks '75 
Donald P Rohrbach '48 
Allen I. '60 and 

Carol Shesler x'63 Rowe 
Salomon, Inc. 

Mohammad M. Samad, M.D. 
Phihp E '71 and 

Catherine Rogers '71 San Filippo 
Santa Fe Southern Pacific 

Foundation 
Genevieve Sarra 
Willard H. '41 and 

Hilda Friederich '40 Schadel 
Irene Etter Schmehl '63 
Theodore F Schneider hc'85 
M. Jane Schnure '39 
John A. Schoftstall, Sr '33 
Architecture By Seiple 
Shaffer & Son Insurance Agency 
Charles J. Shearer '31 
Sherwin Williams Foundation 
Keith A. '81 and 

Beth Nacinovich '82 Shuey 
Smeltz Auto Sales Co. 
Carl G. Smith '28 
Robert A. Smith '62 
Ruth Juram Smith hc'82 



Jill Fuller Snyder '58 
George and Rose Snyder 
Norrine Bailey Spencer '68 
Squibb Corporation 
Eugene B. Steininger x'48 
Dale and Sally Steinmetz 
Cheryl R Stickle '68 
Howard E. and Beverly J. Stoelting 
Jesse Stone '51 
James D. '60 and 

Biruta Aigars '63 Strausser 
Strawbridge and Clothier 
James W. '64 and 

Barbara Evans '65 Summers 
Robert W. Surplus '45 
Susquehanna Valley White 
William R. Swarm '33 
Elinor M. Thompson '71 
Merrill W. Tilghman, Jr. '71 
Stephen T Toy '61 
Marcella Chaya Turnbach '36 
Anita Claycomb Uchisaka '68 
United States Borax 

& Chemical Corporation 
Gene and Margaret Urey 
Louis A. Vermillion '70 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Company 
George and Suzanne Weidle 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Weiss 
Richard and Florence Wesner 
Dorothy Shifter Wesner '81 
KarlE. Westerville'65 
Paul M. '75 and 

Kaye Stein '75 Willbanks 
Lynn Whittleshey Wilson '72 
Eileen Boone Winter '43 
Kermit D. Witmer '32 
Robert F Wohlsen '48 
Timothy J. '77 and 

Brenda Newman '77 Wright 

Members of the 
Orange Club 

$125 - $249 

Richard C. Abbott '72 
Lawrence A. Abler 
Air Products and Chemicals 
Odekhiren and Pai Hwa Amaize 
Alfred A. Ambrose '64 
American Can Company 

Foundation 
Dorothy M. Anderson '62 
Sidney and Carole Apfelbaum 
James F. App '65 
Beatrice Gentzler Armold '33 
The Armtek Foundation, Inc. 
Lynn Hassinger Askew '57 
David E. '77 and 

Cheryl Rahlfs '77 Atkinson 
William D. Atkinson '74 
Stephen Azary '36 
BJ's. A Place for Ribs 
Elizabeth Hodges Bagger '62 
Edward R. '78 and 

Sherry Seiple '78 Barben 
David A. Barber '70 
Dennis A, Barley '81 
Jane F Barlow 

Barnes Group Foundation, Inc. 
Elizabeth J. Barnhart '40 
Eric A. Bartholomew '81 
Bastian Tire Sales 
Jean B. Beamenderter '39 
Barbara A. Beans '79 



Beavertown Mills, Inc. 
Becker Volkswagen 
Bruce A. '55 and 

Deborah Krapf '56 Bell 
Carl and Pat Bellas 
Stephen H. Bender '72 
Alan M. Bennett '72 
Susan Kline Bennett '50 
Carl and Fair Bentz 
Richard Bidelspach '53 
Harold E. '60 and 

Helen Rhoads '61 Bingaman 
Larry R. Bingaman '55 
John W, Bittinger '23 
Mildred E. Bittner '42 
The Boc Group 
The Boeing Company 
William E. Bomgardner '47 
James A. Bonsall '34 
David A. Borden '72 
Alan T '58 and 

Patricia Dawn x'58 Bortle 
RuthG. Botdorf '45 
Ira F Bradford '45 
Walter L. Brandau '51 
Christine M. Bringman '82 
Jean Kinzer Brinser '45 
Margaret Boyle Brown '38 
James C. Brown '69 
Mark D. Burkhardt '76 
Timothy P '71 and 

Pamela Flinchbaugh '73 Byrnes 
Cal-Surance Benefit Plans 
leda Calich 

Joseph F. Campana '41 
Lonnie E, Campbell '74 
Fred L. Carl '33 
William F Carolan '33 
Charles H. '52 and 

Voylet Dietz '52 Carr 
F. Thomas '63 and 

Doris Hoffman x'64 Casey 
James E. Chadwick '52 
Carol Dauberman Chidsey '56 
Nicholas F Chirico '76 
Edwin M. Clapper '34 
Theodore H. '50 and 

Betsy Hill '49 Clark 
Margaret Clelland '32 
Mid-Atlantic Coca-Cola 

Bottling Company 
William H. Cole, Jr 
Coldwell Banker-Colescott 

Properties 
Colonial Furniture Co. 
Combustion Engineering 
Linda Cole Conine '65 
Frank J. Corcoran '47 
Daniel M. '69 and 

Karen Kister '70 Corveleyn 
Mary T. Coughlin '82 
CPC North America 
Diane C. Croft '81 
John C. S. Crosbie x'47 
CSX Corporation 
Walton R. Cueman '65 
Peter C Culos 
Alfred and Vitt D'Alessandro 
Nicholas and Inger Danias 
Glenn and Aletha Daniels 
Mary Snyder Davis '65 
Frances Thomas Davis '30 
Preston and Isabelle Davis 
Gene H. Dechert '64 
Galen and Deanna Deibler 
Deloitte, Haskins & Sells 

Foundation 



Henry J. 70 and 

Barbara Hitchens '69 DePerro 
John G. Devine '49 
Mark and Carolyn Dewalt 
Henry and Dolly Diers 
Digital Equipment Corporation 
Mr and Mrs. A. W. Dodsworth, Jr 
J. B. Donahoe Interiors 
William K. '56 and 

Pamela McKegg '53 Doney 
George and Karen Doty 
William H. Dreibelbisx'29 
David M. Dumeyer '69 
Milton and Gladys Dumeyer 
Harold A. Dunkelberger hc'79 
Charles C. and Charlotte M. Eberly 
Arthur D. Ebersberger '68 
Thomas C. Eggleston III '69 
Marilyn Moritz Elam '68 
Emerson Electric Company 
George J. Esty 
Charles L. Fasold '36 
Charles and Arleen Fatigati 
Herbert and Barbara Faust 
George A. '72 and 

Jill Stevens '74 Pecker 
Richard T Fenstermacher '65 
Dorothy Fersch '79 
Fern Zechman Ferster x'40 
Marjorie Kostenbauder Finley '56 
John and Carolyn Fischer 
David M. Fisher '77 
Margaret C. Fisher '71 
Robert G. '69 and 

Donna Hilton '69 Fisher 
Wayne H. Fisher '66 
Kenneth and Irene Fladmark 
Foote Mineral Company 
Ford Motor Company Fund 
William J. '51 and 

Frances Savidge '49 Foster 
Rebecca M Fuller '76 
Nora Steinhards Galins '54 
James R. '63 and Darlene 

Strockbine x'63 Gallagher 
George V. Ganter '74 
Signe S. Gates '71 
William H. Gehron '40 
Debra Carey Gellert '76 
General Signal 
William A. Gerkens 
Ralph W. and Johanna B. Giasi 
James A. '65 and 

Sally Stephenson '63 Gibney 
Jeffrey S. Gicking '79 
Ronald D. '65 and 

Ann Griffith '66 Gilbert 
H, Donald Glaser. Jr '68 
Golden Corral Family Restaurant 
Martin and Lorraine Goldstein 
Sherman E. Good '30 
Karl and Vera Gordinier 
Jeffrey L. Goria '71 
Russell and Madeline Goria 
Mary Lizzio Govekar '47 
Grace Lutheran Church. 

Philadelphia, PA 
John D. Granger '75 
Donald M. Gray '60 
Frank C. Grenoble, Jr '68 
Richard W. '69 and 

Janet Fowler '68 Grey 
Delsey Morris Gross '27 
Gulf + Western Foundation 
Mary Scott Gumpher '37 
Melvin E. Haas '42 
William B. Hamaker '69 



Mary Jane Jessen Hansen '49 
Ronald C. Hardnock '62 
George F hc'71 and 

Janet Earhart '36 Harkins 
Yvonne Everest Harmon x'21 
William C Hart '78 
Paul W. Hartline '31 
Arlene Laudenslager Hatton '31 
H. Lee '48 and 

Edith Wegner '49 Hebel 
Michael J. '78 and 

Janice Gaschen '79 Herman 
Robert L. Herr '39 
Hershey Trust Co. 
Carl H. Hitchner '62 
Wade L. Hoffman '58 
Herbert H. Holderman '43 
Honeywell Fund 
Lenore Garman Horner '47 
H. Louis Horner, Jr '70 
John Hospodar '49 
Merle E. Hubbard '32 
Howard S. '48 and 

Rachel Bergstresser x'49 Hugus 
Frank E. Hurley 
Nicholas P Interdonato '79 
International Flavors & Fragrances 
Barry R. '68 and 

Denise Horton '68 Jackson 
Carolyn A, Johnson '76 
David B. Johnson '69 
Jeffrey A. Jones '77 
Elaine W. Jones 
Jane Hutchison Kaempfer '41 
Marian S. Kaltreider 
Joseph and Ruth Karoly 
Richard S. '65 and 

Grace Simington '64 Karschner 
John D, '67 and 

Andrea Schumann '67 Keim 
Terence and Denise Kennedy 
Alan L. Kiel '64 
George '63 and 

Jane Kump '63 Kindon 
John Kindsvatter '32 
Donald A. King '48 
Robert J. '68 and 

Margaret Hell '69 King 
Peter D, '65 and 

Carol Ocker '65 Kirk 
Ray W. Kline x'38 
Lauretta F. Koenig '76 
Edward P Kopf '53 
Grace Beckley Kramer '27 
Rose Gumbert Krape '29 
Ralph and Malka Kravitz 
Carol Wells Kueffner '74 
AmosG. '60 and 

Ella Koch x'eOKunkle 
Charles L. '48 and 

Eleanor Steele '48 Lady 
Judith Hawk Lasley '66 
Chartes and Janet Laubach 
Robert and Betty Lauf 
Orville H, Lauver '54 
Marianne B. Layng 
John R. '47 and 

Elizabeth Miller '47 Leach 
John A. '40 and 

Eleanor Croft '39 Learn 
Beth Petrie Leggett '74 
Lucille M. Lehman 
Alice Ann Paterson '58 Leidel 
Harry M. Leister, Jr '56 
Howard and Carole Lichterman 
William E. '64 and 

Sally Schnure '65 Lindsay 



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DONOR REPORT 

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Barry I. 70 and 

Jean McEvoy x'71 Llewellyn 
Alma L. Long '22 
David W, Long '72 
J. Chester Long '37 
Jane Isaacs Lowe 
Esther Kaufman Lucas '38 
George and Barbara Lucas 
June Snyder Lucas 
Harry and Cathryn Lundy 
David F. '80 and 

Cindy Wolter '82 Lynch 
Frederic G. MacQuesten, Jr x'43 
Michael R. Mahoney '86 
Marvin J. Malone '63 
Susan Lang Martin '74 
Mary Macintosh 
Gail D. Mason '70 
Stephen M. McCabe 
Robert L, McGeehan '33 
John and Carol McGowen 
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mcintosh 
Marian E. McKechnie 
Eugene F Meany '76 
Meckley's Limestone Products, Inc. 
Medical and Surgical Center. Inc. 
Mellon Bank 

Francis and Kathryn Menapace 
Ethel McGrath Meola '52 
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 
John R. '49 and 

Harriet Gould '48 Mertz 
Russell P Mertz '59 
Irving H. Merwin '64 
Doris Moon Metcalf '56 
Harry and Donna Meyer 
Robert C. '54 and 

Jane Cline '54 Mickatavage 
James R. '60 and 

Jean Ewald '62 Middleswarth 
Wayne E, Miller '55 
Richard and Martha Milstead 
Wayne H. Minami '62 
Donald M. Minnich '50 
Clair S. Mitch '52 
J. Scott '78 and 

Julia Brown '81 Mitchell 
William H. '42 and 

Doris Welch '43 Mitman 
Mary Weimer Moffitt '28 
Richard D. Moglia '47 
Terry L. '62 and 

Martha Sue Detjen '64 Moll 
Moore Business Forms 
Gerald E, '51 and 

Bettie Winey x'53 Moorhead 
Paul and Pauline Morelock 
Jeffrey D. '82 and 

Susan Kees '83 Morgan 
Eileen Pettit MotI '63 
Laura Scaife Moyer '68 
Elsie Myers '37 

Maywood and Maryland Myers 
Mary Jarrett Newland '38 
Bob Newman, Inc 
Robert G. Nonni '72 
Northwestern Mutual Life 
John A. '67 and 

Barbara Smith '68 Norton 
Nancy Paterson O'Hara '80 
Harold J O'Keefe 
Odd N. Oddsen, Jr '82 
David R. '79 and 

Ellen Schmidt '79 Odenath 
Paul M. Orso '40 
Martin J. Ortenzio '83 
Ruth E. Osborn '54 



Stephen W. Owen II '39 
John and Barbara Pagana 
Joseph P. Palchak, Jr '71 
Alan Parcells '47 
Walter J. '73 and 

Linda Saldukas '73 Payne 
Patrick A. Petre '74 
Pfizer, Inc. 

George E Phillips '36 
George W. Phillips '50 
Phillips Motel 

Robert A, and Phyllis J. Pilla 
Robert A, Pittello '51 
Dorothy Burnett Porter hc'71 
Douglas A. Portzhne '41 
Marion Moyer Potteiger '17 
Eleanor K. Pourron '59 
John P x'41 and 

Mathilda Neudoertfer '39 Powell 
Joseph J. Prekopa '75 
Public Service Electric & Gas Co. 
John Rakshys '38 
Lois Beamenderfer Rallis '41 
Diane Christopher Rapport '75 
The Record 

Reed's Real French Cleaners 
Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72 
Janet Hoke Reiff '44 
Raymond and Carolyn Reis 
Richard K. Renn '73 
Scott A. Richards '79 
Joan Brouse Rifkin '77 
Robert and Louise Rinaldi 
Lee D. Rishel '34 
Ritz-Craft Corporation of PA, Inc. 
Annabelle Thomas Rogers '55 
David A. Rohrer '76 



Jeffrey A. Roush '71 
Chester G. Rowe '52 
Harold L. Rowe '34 
William E, Royer '33 
Harold R. Ruhl '23 
Robert C. Rungee '75 
Thomas D. '63 and 

Diane Norcross '65 Samuel 
Robert G. Sander '40 
M. Helen Smith Sanders '49 
Elizabeth Haidacher Sanderson '35 
Sara Lee Foundation 
Kenneth Sausman, Jr '67 
Frank and Edith Scangarella 
Clarence R. Schaffer '37 
Judy Hoffman Schmidt '70 
David J. '64 and 

Barbara Claffee '63 Schumacher 
Gary R. Seifert '67 
Kenneth R. '68 and 

Betsy Klose '68 Selinger 
Selinsgrove Dental Associates 
Selinsgrove Motors, Inc. 
Selmax Corporation 
John R Senko '31 
Marian L. Shatto '67 
Paul C. Shatto, Jr '41 
Stanley R. Shilling '57 
Stephen R. Shilling '80 
Ralph G. x'40 and 

Ruth Derstine x'39 Shobert 
Robert Y. '64 and 

Pamela Yeager '64 Silar 
Linda L. Skinner '85 
Lucy Herr Smith '26 
SmithKline Beckman Foundation 
Sally Baskin Snauffer '64 



Marjorie Mengle Snyder '48 
Robert and Violet Soper 
Douglas E. '63 and 

Patricia Shintay '64 Spotts 
Richard D. Spotts '68 
State Farm Companies Foundation 
Garrett L Stauffer '70 
David C. Steffen '69 
John R. '51 and 

Lois Gordon '52 Steiger 
Eric N. Stem '69 

Mr and Mrs. Christopher Stephano 
Mr and Mrs. William S. Stoken, Jr 
A. Henry Stoma 
John R. Strangteld '75 
William G. Straus '65 
Adeline K. Strouse x'25 
Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation 
Louis A. Szabo '54 
George R. F. and Barbara Tamke 
Lori E. Thomas '78 
Jack M. '50 and 

Gabrielle Speyer '49 Thorp 
Christopher A. Thorsheim '85 
Maxine Lentz Thumser '67 
George and Barbara Tibaldi 
Anne Stern Tilley '79 
Roger B. Trexler '62 
Tru-Bilt Lumber Co. 
Fredenck D. Ullman 
Mary Lehman Van Dyke '51 
Louis G, Van Gilder '75 
Dennis L. '68 and 

Margaret Orth '66 Van Name 
Edward H. Vermillion '69 
Shirley Jones Vincent '69 
David G. Volk '52 



Howard and Barbara Wachenfeld 
Anna Mease Wagner '36 
Suzanne Wilkinson Walker '83 
Warner Lambert Co. 
Edward K. Watkins '75 
Richard T '82 and 

Lynn Sart '77 Watkins 
Howard and Martha Weaner 
Randall W. Welfley '84 
David B. Werner '70 
Erhard O. Werner '57 
Brenda Overcash West '76 
Westinghouse Educational 

Foundation 
Richard L. Wetzel '50 
JeffreyG. Whitney '63 
William H. Wiest '67 
Freeman Wilhour '25 
Douglas J. Wilkins '85 
Arthur E. Wilmarth '32 
Rine G. Winey Jr. '46 
GeneWitiak'59 
Aileen Witmer 
Michael J. Wolf '69 
Vaughn '67 and Sandra Wolf 
Bruce '33 and 

Marian Walborn '33 Worthington 
William and Susan Zabransky 
Feme Lauver Zeigler '43 
John and Martha Zeller 
Christie Zimmerman '25 
Evan R '49 and 

N. Frances Lybarger '49 ZIock 
Charles ZIock '52 
Judith Anderson Zucker x'59 




Alumni Contributors 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

10 



Today, few colleges 
and universities 
can boast of the 
significant increases 
we've seen in the 
Susquehanna University 
Fund over the past 
five years. These 
increases are due in 
large part to you, our 
loyal alumni, who during 
this same five year 
period have increased 
your giving to the 
university by $200,835 
to $341,013. This year 
alumni participation 
reached an all-time 
high of 36%. We are 
pleased to list those 
who contributed to the 
university through the 
SUF and in other ways 
in 1986-87. 

Class Of 1915 

Nathaniel A, Danowsky 

Class of 1917 

Phoebe Herman 
Marlon Moyer Pottelger 

Class Of 1919 

Willard D Allbeck 
Hulda Stelninger Bowser 
Helen Salem Wescoat 

Class of 1920 

William E. Mitchell 
Paul G. WIney 

Class of 1921 

Walter N Bryan 
Yvonne Everest Harmon 
Marie Romig Huntington 
Olive Salem Walborn 

Class Of 1922 

H. Winey Graybill 
Alma L. Long 

Class Of 1923 

Dorothy Margerum App 
Reide E. Bingaman 



John W, Bitlinger 
Stella Risser Cole 
Marlyn Fetterolf 
Glenn W. Fouike 
Ricardo Montero 
Harold R^ Ruhl 

Class Of 1924 

Grace Barnett Bastian 
Margaret Widlund Blough 
Claude A. Buss 
W. John Derr 
Mabel Kinzey Fetterolf 
Hilda Bohner Luiz 
Harry R. Pittman 
Helen J. Rearick 
Ruth Welker Schwartz 
Ruth Bond Steininger 

Class Of 1925 

Harley H. Barnes 
Laura Henninger Boyer 
Marlin M. Enders 
Martin L. Grossman 
Robert J, Keeler 
Alda L, Long 
Guy M. Lubold 
Catherine Fopeano Marchetti 
Ruth Gaugler Sanders 
Harry E. Stetfen 
Adeline K. Strouse 
Freeman Wilhour 
Christie E, Zimmerman 

Class of 1926 

Lee E. Boyer 

Margaret Schmiermund Bruce 

Percy B, Davis 

Ethel Peters Geedy 

Orville B. Landis 

Martha Larson Martin 

Anna M. Norwat 

Lucy Herr Smith 

W. Alfred Streamer 

Ethel V Taylor 

Robert N. Troutman 

Luther Weaver 

Class Of 1927 

Martin F. Foutz 
Delsey Morris Gross 
Zelda F Haus 
Harriet Dietrich Jessup 
Anna Brosious Kleindinst 
Grace Beckley Kramer 
John F. Lewis 
Ethan A. Miller 
M- Thelma Taylor 
Gertrude V. Walker 
Brooks L. Walton 
Bert E. Wynn 

Class of 1928 

Richard Baxter 
Naomi Fogle Bennett 
Margaret H, Buyers 
Dorothy Rothermel Chaffee 
Edwin O, Constable 
Harold F Doebler 
Clarence B. Eichman 
Elizabeth M. Fisher 



H. Ruth Folkmann 
James M. Herrold 
Heber H. Hummel 
Walter S. Ide 
Jerome B. Kaufman 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel 
Lillian Fisher Long 
Paul B. Lucas 
Mary Weimer Motfitt 
Benjamin T Moyer 
Kathryne Kull Reiff 
Marvin W. Schlegel 
Laentena McCahan Shelley 
Carl G. Smith 
Sara Seal Stauffer 

Class Of 1929 

Jane Park Ashburner 
Kathryn V. Bastian 
George E. Beam 
Ruth G. Beck 
Anna Moyer Bohn 
Rebecca Foster Burtnette 
Eleanor Coons Crouse 
William H, Dreibelbis 
Nancy Lecrone Fay 
Helen Carter Gehret 
Ruth Dively Kaufman 
Rose Gumbert Krape 
Zelda Newman Lipshutz 
Dorothy Wassell Matthews 
James R. Peifer 
Raymond O, Rhine 
William O. Roberts 
Harry R Shaffer 
Russell T Shilling 
Allen C. Tressler 
Helen K. Weaver 

Class of 1930 

Paul M. Bishop 
Dorothy Strine Bowers 
Edna Tressler Conrad 
Frances Thomas Davis 
Sherman E. Good 
Wellington Harlman 
Leolin O. Hayes 
Lewis C. Herrold 
Henry C. Hoffman 
Clifford A. Kiracofe 
Daniel H. Kwasnoski 
Lillian Kordes McCormick 
Janet Dively Morgan 
Ruth Goff Nicodemus 
John S. Rhine 
Simon B. Rhoads 
William Routzahn 
Dorothy Arbegast Speer 
Dorothy Reiser Stoddard 
John H. Wall 
Kathryn Morning Ziegler 

Class of 1931 

Dorothy Iddings Bathurst 
H. Vernon Blough 
Norman H. Brought 
Walter L, Burford 
Alma Bowersox Clark 
Martha Laudenslager Davis 
Signe Alford Davis 
Lawrence C. Fisher 
Frank C. Gill 
Paul M. Haines 
Paul W. Hartline 



Arlene Laudenslager Hatton 
Sara Rhoads Hauser 
William S. Hermann 
Leone Holtzapple Hogue 
Miriam Keim Kolle 
Charles E. Kroeck 
L. Howard Lukehart 
Mary Carlin McAvey 
Julia Morgan McCloskey 
Anna Losch Mylin 
Dorothy Leisher Neely 
Inez Sarver Parker 
Ruth Maurey Quintet 
Paul D. Reamer 
Ethlynne Miller Schultz 
John P. Senko 
Charles J. Shearer 
Dorothy Turnbach Stickney 
Nellie Shue von Dorster 
W. Michael Weader 

Class of 1932 

Melvin S. Adams 
Martha Gessner Anderson 
Margaret Markle Artley 
Glenroy H. Bishop 
James H. Brubaker 
Margaret Clelland 
Mary Potter Copp 
Thelma E. Crebs 
Janet Leitzel Fairchild 
Lee M. Fairchild 
Herman R. Fenstermacher 
Margaret E. Fink 
Roscoe L. Fisher 
Lewis R. Fox 
Robert G. Hartman 
Merle E. Hubbard 
John Kindsvatter 
Elizabeth Phillips Lahr 
Lucille M. Lehman 
Arline Kanyuck Lerda 
Frank Malasky 
Dorothy Forcey Fletcher 
J. Robert Reeder 
Grace Mining Schell 
Joseph Serling 
Reed Speer 
John C, Stolz 
Walter Strandquest 
Elizabeth Charles Wetzel 
Edna Williamson Wilkinson 
Arthur E. Wilmarth 
Kermit D. Witmer 
Eleanor Sheriff Wolf, 
in memory of Warren Wolf 

Class of 1933 

Beatrice Gentzler Armold 
Grace C. Boyle 
Hughes D. Brininger 
Fred L. Carl 
William F. Carolan 
Quinto W. Gionta 
Martin A. Graykowskie 
Josephine Hoy Lamb 
Margaret Ide Maguire 
Robert L. McGeehan 
Mae McDonald McGroarty 
Walter C. Metzger 
E. Dorothea Meyer 
John W. Meyers 
William E. Royer 
John A. Schotfstall, Sr 
Sarah C. Shaulis 



Flora Ellmore Shilling 
Diana Lizdas Snyder 
Mildred Griesemer Snyder 
J, Donald Steele 
Paul R. Swank 
William R- Swarm 
Amelia Krapf Williams 
Bruce Worthington 
Marian Walborn Worthington 

Class of 1934 

Josephine Pifer Bleakley 
James A. Bonsall 
Edwin M. Clapper 
Audra Martz Etzweiler 
Ruth Plummer Pagan 
Madeline Steininger Hermann 
Earnest W, Huston 
Aberdeen Phillips Hutchison 
D. Edgar Hutchison 
Isabella Horn Klick 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch 
Frances Kline MacPherson 
Daniel T. McKelvey 
Eleanor Brown Miller 
Pauline Crow Mount 
Emma V. Orlando 
Kathryn Jarrett Rhoads 
Lee D. Rishel 
Harold L. Rowe 
H, Blanche Savidge 
Jerauld M. Schlegel 
Mary E. Spiggle 
Lloyd M. Swartz 
Sara Ulrich Tollinger 
Albin L, Zimliki 

Class of 1935 

Kenneth R. Anderson 

Louise Mehring Bankert 

Robert R, Clark 

Mary A- Cressman 

Ralph C. Geigle 

Donald K. Henry 

Elva Winkelblech Jamison 

Hilda Mickey Johnson 

Dorothy Leese Lamb 

Frances Hubler Nuernberg 

Alma Myers Saetre 

Elizabeth Haidacher Sanderson 

Mary Griesemer Searer 

Erie I. Shobert II 

Alfarata A, Stamets 

William E, Sullivan 

Mary Patterson Yeager 

Class of 1936 

Stephen Azary 
Thomas H, Craig 
Gwendolyn Schlegal Cramer 
Charles L. Fasold 
Kathryn Weber Finkbiner 
Lester 8. Greider 
Grace Drew Greninger 
James A. Grossman 
Jerome V. Guss, Sr 
Janet Earhart Harkins 
Paul E, Hartman 
Albert Hess 
Horace M. Hutchison 
Alice Smith Loope 
Ernst Mahr 
John H Naegeli 
George E. Phillips 



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DONOR REPORT 

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Mary Landon Russell 
Ralph I. Shockey 
Marcella Chaya Turnbach 
Anna Mease Wagner 

Class of 1937 

Eleanor Jones Barnes 
Donald A. Gaver 
Francis R. Gelnelt 
Mary Scott Gumpher 
Roberta Held Harmon 
Newton E- Hess 
Lester J. Karschner 
Woodrow J. Klinger 
Mary-Beth Richard Knight 
Lena Kuntz Lembke 
J. Chester Long 
Elsie Myers 
Clarence R. Schaffer 
B. Henry Shafer 
E. Raymond Shaheen 
Margaret Roush Shekletski 
David A. Shellenberger 
Helen Wentzel Spitzner 
Helen Gundrum Sprout 
T. Luke Toomey 
Mary Barnes Topper 
Dorothy Savidge Troutman 

Class of 1938 

Gladys Telleen Ahrenholz 
Robert A. Boyer 
Margaret Boyle Brown 
Ethel Ramer Coulter 
Helen Hisdorf Dauberman 
Mary Helm Davey 
Richard E. Ditzler 
W. Morgan Edwards 
Reed A, Greninger 
Mark R. Guthrie Sr 
Hildegarde Ahl Herb, 

in honor of William Ahl 
Karl M. Herr 
Martha Bolig Hess 
Jean Rheinhart Hodgdon 
William H. Hudson 
Elizabeth Johnston Keil 
Esther Yingling Kern 
George J. Kimmel 
Ray W. Kline 
Karl E. Kniseley 
Herbert C. Lauver 
Esther Kaufman Lucas 
Mary Jarrett Newland 
John Rakshys 
Caroline Grubb Reisinger 
Henry Shotsberger 
Verlin H. Smalts 
Elizabeth Fry Vogel 
Kent L. Worthington 

Class of 1939 

William R Ayers 
Verna Gayman Baldwin 
Robert M. Bastress 
LeRoy K, Beachel 
Jean B. Beamenderfer 
Harold H Benion 
Marguerite Border Cook 
Miriam Miller Fisher 
Lenora Spotts Guthrie 
Marjorie Curtis Hanson 
Robert L. Herr 
Henry J. Keil 



John R, Knaul 

Isabel Tewkesbury Laudenslayer 

W. Frank Laudenslayer 

Eleanor Croft Learn 

Kathryn R. Meyer 

Paul D. Ochenrider 

Stephen W. Owen II 

Gladys Wentzel Phillips 

Mathilda Neudoerffer Powell 

Florence Jumper Remaly 

Martha Klinger Riegel 

M. Jane Schnure 

Ruth Derstine Shobert 

Shirley Finkbeiner Stehlin 

Eleanor Saveri Wise 

Class of 1940 

Hester Bittinger Ayers 
Elizabeth J. Barnhart 
John D, Bice 
George R, Brosius 
Paul D. Coleman 
David Coren 

Helen Musselman Dobbie 
Edward E. Eisenhart 
Fern Zechman Ferster, 

in memory of H. Vernon Ferster 
Robert A Gabrenya 
William H. Gehron 
Ethel Straesser Gilbert 
J. Leon Haines 
Anna Reader Heimbach 
John W- Hoffman 
Richard S. Hummel 
Dorothy Shutt Kimmel 
Naomi Bingaman Kinney 
Florence Landback Latsha 
Florence Rothermel Latsha 
Charlotte Baish Lawrence 
John A. Leam 
William L, Mease 
Helen Wright Mosebey 
William E. Nye II 
Paul M. Orso 
James Pearce 
Mary Mack Rendered 
Robert G, Sander 
Hilda Friederich Schadel 
Frederick B. Schmidt 
Ralph G, Shobert 
Barner S. Swartz 
Grace Fries Walter 
Virginia Mann Wolven 
L. Dallas Ziegler 

Class of 1941 

Katherine Dietterle Benion 
Elsie Hochella Bittorf 
Florence Reitz Brenneman 
Joseph F Campana 
Samuel S. Fletcher 
J. Alfred Fryer 
Marion Boyer Harvey 
Warren C Herrold 
Elaine Miller Hunt 
Mary Yoder Jones 
Jane Hutchison Kaempfer 
Margaret Dunkle Kniseley 
Elizabeth Reese McGhee 
H. Faith Harbeson McNitt 
Douglas A. Portzline 
John P Powell 
Lois Beamenderfer Rallis 
Willard H. Schadel 



Jane Wormley Shaffer 
Ruth Naylor Shaffer 
Paul C Shatto. Jr 
Robert Updegrove 
Kenneth E. Wilt 

Class of 1942 

Stanley Baxter 

Mildred E. Bittner 

Fred O. Brubaker 

Janet Shockey Einstein 

Melvin E. Haas 

Forrest F Heckert 

June Hendricks Hoke 

Mary Lee Krumbholz Hoover 

Martin Hopkins 

John D. Ickes 

August T Kaufman, Jr 

Albert C. Knapp. 

in memory of John Jones 
Lois Schweitzer Lane 
Paul A. Lantz 
June Snyder Lucas 
William H. Mitman 
Gertrude Fetzer Pardee 
Nancy Griesemer Reifsnyder 
Delphine Hoover Reitz 
Kathe Hansen Roberts 
Blanche Forney Rogers 
Edward S. Rogers 
Betty Malone Sharkey 
Philip R, Templin 
Ruth Schwenk Wahl 
Jean Warner Waidelich 
Irma Bauman Wegsl 
A, Maxine Heefner Wos 
Miriam Unangst Zell 

Class of 1943 

Lorraine Turnbach Benjamin 
Helen Murray Carper 
Marion V. Crow 
Howard W. Dye 
Ethel Kniffin Flannery 
James W. Hall 
Dorothy Dellecker Hochstuhl 
Herbert H. Holderman 
Lawrence M. Isaacs 
Mary Kresge Jones 
Frederic G. MacQuesten, Jr 
Ruth E, McCorkill 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune 
Dons Welch Mitman 
Earl Mohney, Jr 
Clark G. Nevin 
Eleanor Lyons Roos 
Louise McWilliams Sechler 
Ruth Billow Spooner 
Emagean Pensyl Whitmoyer 
Eileen Boone Winter 
Feme Lauver Zeigler 
John Zubak 

Class of 1944 

Susan Goyne Amedow 
Frank S. Attinger 
H Jean Harris Brooks 
Mary Rudy Clark 
Phyllis Wolfe Englert 
Wilmer H Grimm 
Margaret Gemmill Janson 
William A. Janson 
Ethel Wilson Kerschner 
Jean Renter Kolb 



Janet Hoke Relff 
Helen Hocker Schueler 
E. JaneStitt 

Jean Butfington Sunday 
Catherine Byrod Whitman 
Joseph J. Wos 

Class of 1945 

Elizabeth Stone Becker 

RuthG, Botdorf 

Ira F Bradford 

Mary Moyer Bringman 

Jean Kinzer Brinser 

Marian Willard Dowlin 

Mary Basehoar Ebaugh 

Louise Kresge Isaacs 

Corinne Kahn Kramer 

Celo V Leitzel 

Joyce Jenkins McClure 

Edna McVicker 

Robert A, Mease, deceased 

J- Bertram Strickland 

Herman G. Stuempfle 

Robert W. Surplus 

Franklin A. Wolfe 

Class of 1946 

Ruthe Garman Brouk 
James R. Clark 
John J. Driscoll 
Ruth Cochrane Hall 
Virginia Hallock 
Charlotte Smith Harrison 
Marie Klick Hodick 
Gloria Gasparoli Leto 
Betty Herr McKelvey 
Marjorie Barton Myers 
Janet Rohrbach Robinson 
C. Glenn Schueler 
Rine G. Winey, Jr. 

Class of 1947 

Donald R. Bashore 
Emily Leiby Biddle 
William E. Bomgardner 
Ferdinand Bongartz 
W. Robert Camerer, Jr 
John C.S. Crosbie 
Helen Eby Doss 
Allen W. Flock 
Mary Lizzio Govekar 
Carolyn Pfahler Haman 
Raymond Hochstuhl 
Lenore Garman Horner 
E. Jean Kelly 
Nancy Myers Landis 
Elizabeth Miller Leach 
John R Leach 
Richard D. Moglia 
Leah Cryder Oberheim 
Alan Parcells 
John M. Reichard 
George E, Riegel III 
William B. Rothenberg 
Louise H, Schlick 
Gayle Clark Weigle 
Adah A Wolfe 
Naomi Day Wood 



Class Of 1948 

Louis P Apriceno 

Shirley Shroyer Bartholomew 



Marlin R. Bollinger 

Betty Smith Bomboy 

David E, Bomboy 

Dale S. Bringman 

Harry W. Butts 

Virginia Doss Butts 

Gaynelle Wagoner Complon 

George A. Cooper 

Aloysius V. Derr 

Dorothy Eilhardt Gundrum 

Eugene H. Gundrum 

H. Lee Rebel 

Caroline Graybill Heimberger 

Carl L. Herman 

Donald L. Herrold 

James F. Howell 

Howard S. Hugus 

Donald A. King 

Harold R. Kramer 

Gloria Reichley Krug 

Charles L. Lady 

Eleanor Steele Lady 

Gertrude Roberts Lindemann 

Richard W. Lindemann 

Kenneth D. Loss 

William H, McClure 

Harriet Gould Mertz 

Martha Sharwarko Reid 

Donald P Rohrbach 

Lois Dauberman Schultz 

Marjorie Mengle Snyder 

Eugene B. Steininger 

Augustus V Tietbohl 

Jean Kelton Weber 

Dexter N. Weikel 

Robert E, Winter 

Robert F Wohlsen 

Martha Garard Yocum 

Class of 1949 

Donald L. Adams 

Dorothy Shaffer Anderson 

Douglas E. Arthur 

Walter C. Beck 

Dorothy Nitchman Bowen 

Betsy Hill Clark 

Phyllis Swartz Derr 

John G, Devine 

Edward H. Ford 

Donald Fosselman 

Frances Savidge Foster 

Doris Wanbaugh Goetz 

Robert L. Goetz 

Irma Strawbridge Hallenbeck 

Mary Jane Jessen Hansen 

Edith Wegner Hebel 

Marjorie McHenry Hess 

Mary Ann Getsinger Homan 

Nancy Everett Hoover 

Robert S. Hoover 

John Hospodar 

Rachel Bergstresser Hugus 

Harry R. Johnston 

Jean Young Kaufman 

Maude Jones Koch 

Janet Sharrow Lucas 

Elwood M, McAllister 

John R, Mertz 

Kenneth M. Merz 

Winifred Myers O'Dell 

Kenneth D. Orr 

Palmer W. Otto 

Margaret Latta Outerbndge 

Warren S. Outerbndge 

James B. Peters 

William L. Plock 



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Joyce Bell Port 
William H Poust, Jr. 
Ella Felherolf Raup 
James B. Reilly 
Ruth Klinger Reisenweaver 
M. Helen Smith Sanders 
Nevin CT Shaffer 
Ruth Buffington Smith 
Jean H/latlhews Sporborg 
Roy E. Slahl 
Gabrlelle Speyer Thorp 
Erma Bonawitz Warnes 
Charles R. Wian 
JohnH. Wright, Jr 
IVlaynard N, Zerbe 
Evan P. ZIock 
N. Frances Lybarger ZIock 



Class Of 1950 

Susan Kline Bennett 
Earl L. Bernstine 
Robert L. Block 
Lillian Hoover Bloomquist 
Shirley Showaller Boyer 
Paul B. Buehler 
Virginia Blough Buehler 
John H, Buffington 
(Vlaria Shetier Bull 
Robert L. Caldwell 
Barbara Watkins Clark 
Theodore H. Clark 
Donald R- Davis 
Ray E. Fleming 
Harold S. Greenly 
Charles H, Grund 
Paul R, Haffly 
Alvin R. Henderson 
Roger C. Howling 
Frances Roush Kovacic 
Raymond C. Lauver 
Everett M. Manning 
Jeanne Kahler Ivlanning 
Jean Rothermel IVliller 
Vernon J. Miller 
Donald M. Minnich 
Albert P Molinaro, Jr 
Louise Siemers Molinaro 
Mary Sarba Norwood 
Helen Polk Peitz 
Edward F Pfeiffer 
George W, Phillips 
John A. Reuther 
Robert E. Ricedorf 
James O. Rumbaugh 
Barbara Lease Saler 
Louis F Santangelo, Jr 
Barbara Decker Siegfried 
Janet Wolf Statler 
Jack M- Thorp 
Franklin T Ulman 
Paul A. Wagner 
Richard G, Westervelt 
Richard L, Wetzel 
Donald E Wissinger 

Class of 1951 

Marsh C. Bogar 
Walter L. Brandau 
Hazel Brobst Brown 
Lyn Bailey D'Alessandro 
Alice Yonghaus Davenport 
Nelda Shafer Davis 
W. Donald Fisher 
William J. Foster 



Lois Seybrecht Grund 
Jeanne Altinger Hassinger 
Robert J. Henninger 
Janice Arner Himmelman 
Jean McDonald Joyce 
Gardiner Marek, Sr. 
Gerald E. Moorhead 
Robert A. Pittello 
Martha Albert Putnam 
Marilyn Beers Reilly 
Carolyn McCahan Sheaffer 
John R. Steiger 
Jesse Stone 
Charles W, Taylor, Jr. 
Mary Lehman Van Dyke 
Flora Barnhart Wissinger 
Fancher E. Wolfe 
Shirley A Young 



Class of 1952 

Elinor Tyson Aurand 
Elmer R. Baumgardner 
Robert O. Bogdanffy 
Vincent E. Boyer 
WildaOdenthal Brady 
Charles H. Carr 
Voylet Dietz Carr 
James E. Chadwick 
Frank V. Compton 
John E. Diehl 
Marilyn Kretz Fisher 
Gene J. Fluri 
C. Dale Gateman 
Patricia F Heathcote 
John Horoschak 
Bernice Jochem Howling 
W. Gordon Joyce 
Richard L. Kearns 
Helen Achenbach Keitel 
Kay LaRue Lauver 
Ruth Roslander Lembach 
Kenneth A. Lenker 
Faye R. Lewis 
Lorraine Rarick Liddington 
Don A, Linn 
Ethel McGrath Meola 
Betty Pearson Messner 



Howard A, Miller 
Clair S. Mitch 
James W. Morris 
Miriam Vogler Olson 
Lewis O. Paulhamus 
Samuel Porter 
Kathleen Schnerr Price 
William H. Pnchard 
Lois Renter 
Ruth Smith Robinson 
Chester G. Rowe 
Lois Gordon Steiger 
David G.Volk 
G. Allan Vollmers 
Thomas Wallace 
Charles ZIock 



Class of 1953 

Clara Williams Anderson 
Harmon L, Andrews 
Richard L. Bidelspach 
Ruth Freed Bosch 
Marguerite Heffelfinger Budd 
Leonard A, Carlson 
Nancy McKinney Carmichael 
Elizabeth Burnham Chase 
Joseph Condon 
Madalme Lease Cook 
William C. Davenport 
Lorraine Lee Davis 
Pamela McKegg Doney 
Lois Fisher Fredrickson 
V. Carl Gacono 
Audrey Wegner Horoschak 
Edward P. Kopf 
Richard L. Kreitner 
Thomas E. Marts. Jr 
Caroline Rutherford Mason 
Charles N. Mason, Jr 
Settle Winey Moorhead 
Kenneth E. Orris 
A. John Perna, deceased 
Marvel Cowling Robinson 
Dorothy Apgar Ross 
Charles H. Roush 
Lillian Wittington Roush 



Jane Wehr Scott 
Charles B. Shamp 
Charles A. Snyder 
M. Josephine Stuter 
Joan Sechnst Thompson 
Ernest R. Walker 



Class of 1954 

Henry R. Albright 

Irene Meerbach Anderson 

Ned M. Arbogast 

Miriam Wick Berdick 

Marilyn Fetterolf Bowers 

Carol Ahr Carlson 

Samuel Carmichael 

William C. Church 

Bette Vincent Cooper 

Margaret Henderson Davenport 

Gilbert E. Davis 

James C. Dell 

John A. Duceman 

Nora Steinhards Galins 

John W, Gass 

Marlin V Heffner 

Walter R, Henry 

Ruth Baer Herbert 

Irene Oldt Huss 

Harold N, Johnson 

Dwighl E. Keener 

Shirley Thompson Khalouf 

Eleanor Borski King 

Edward E Lamb. Jr 

Jean Rowe Lauver 

Orville H, Lauver 

Lucian Smith Leach 

George Liddington 

Graydon I, Lose 

Charlotte Neuman Marts 

Jane Cline Mickatavage 

Robert C. Mickatavage 

Rebecca Shade Mignot 

Ruth E. Osborn 

Jayne Daily Pettit 

Samuel D, Ross, Jr 

John H. Schraeder 

Arthur C. Stamfel 

Louis A. Szabo 




Janet Miller Taylor 
Dorothy Sites Wagner 
Betty Weisenfluh Wallower, 

in memory of Clinton Weisenfluh 
Faye Kostenbauder Williamson 

Class of 1955 

Walter C Albert, Jr 

Bruce A. Bell 

Nancy Richards Benner 

Larry R. Bingaman 

Margaret Gordon Bonawitz 

Helen Williams Boyd 

Richard K. Boyd 

Charles W. Coates 

Kenneth F Erdley Jr 

Shirley Decker Gateman 

Arlan K. Gilbert 

James J, Gormley 

Helen Griffiths Hendry 

Lana Fegley Henry 

Mary Anne Bingaman Kleintop 

Harry F Kocher, Jr 

Carol Cornelius Lamb, Jr 

W. Deen Lauver 

Richard E. McCarty 

Wayne E. Miller 

Ruth Scott Nunn 

Annabelle Thomas Rogers 

Carlene Lamade Schock 

Franklin G, Smith 

Nancy Herman Snook 

Merle F Ulsh, Jr 

William H. Vanderhoof 

Carl Winey 

Margaret Wright Wolfe 

C. W. Ziegenfuss 

Class of 1956 

Charles S. Bailes 

Evelyn Herbstrith Baker 

Deborah Krapf Bell 

Nancy Kline Bradshaw 

Charlolt Meerbach Bunke 

John C. Bunke 

Carol Dauberman Chidsey 

Henry S. Cook 

William K. Doney 

Claire Rosengarten Dromgoole 

Charlotte Sandt Erdley 

Richard Eyster 

Eleanor Dively Faven 

Maurice R. Feldman 

Marjorie Kostenbauder Finley 

Elsie Gruber Gormley 

Robert L. Hackenberg 

Jane Clark Hazen 

Ruth Brobst Johnson 

Clyde R. Kauffman 

Alice Fellows Keener 

Winifred Bonsall Keiter 

Betsy Shirk Kirchner 

Eugene F Kolva 

Clayton E, Leach, Jr 

Harry M. Leister Jr 

Dons Moon Metcalf 

Mary Hildebrand Naugle 

Helene A. Nestler 

Jesse Newcomer III 

George W. Orren, Jr 

Diane Degelleke Ottman 

Nedebiah H. Peck 

Donald M Reamer 

Nancy McCullough Saborio 



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Ralph B, Sheldon, Jr. 
Glen E. Smith 
Joanne Mummerl Spangler 
Gene A. Stetller. deceased 
Sally Brown Sullivan 
Audrey Vollman Vanderhoof 
Elizabeth Ford Vandevander 
Seth R Wheeland 
Janet Gemer Yeich 
John D. Yeich 

Class of 1957 

Lynn Hassinger Askew 
Jack K. Bishop 
Linda Youhon Collins 
Elwood H. Cox, Jr 
Marion D. Drumheller 
Ronald E. Fouche 
Donald R. Henninger 
Earl F. Kleintop 
Clay L. Lorah 
Suzanne Beal McCarty 
Peter M. Nunn 
Nancy Forrest Peel 
George H. Pospisil 
Edward R. Rhodes 
Frank L. Romano 
Suzanne Wahl Schaetfer 
Barbara Boob Shaffer 
Stanley R, Shilling 
Sandra Gilfillan Showalter 
Constance Hartman Solsky 
Dorothy Wardle Spencer 
Bessie G, Trate 
Patricia A. Walker. 

in memory of Edna Brubaker 
Joan Raudenbush Wendel 
Erhard 0. Werner 
Leroy B Wolfe. Jr. 
Nancy Marek Wolfe 

Class of 1958 

Samuel S. Adams 

John H. Anthony 

Janice Paul Arcidiacono 

Alan T. Sortie 

Patricia Dawn Bortle 

Lynne Cramer Criss 

Stanley E. Decamp 

Burden S. Faust 

Mary Lou Ernst Fonberg 

Wade L. Hoffman 

Dons Keener Holcomb 

Vernon V Hoover 

Alice Ann Patterson Leidel 

Dawn Douglas Liberman 

Lee Erholm MacKenn 

Nancy Bumbarger Peterson 

Wayne Rutz 

Janet Gordon Rutz 

Nancy Lockett Savage 

Mary Moore Schatkowski 

Jill Fuller Snyder 

Sara V. Troutman 

Harry D. Wagner 

Gail R. Weikel 

Robert C. White 

Class Of 1959 

Ronald G. Alter 
Robert M. Anderson 
Gary E. Aucker 
John T. Baskin 
Julie Stauffer Bender 



Nancy Kendall Boyle 
Maureen Ball Breda 
Lester L. Brubaker 
Carl R. Catherman 
Jack E. Cisney 
Lois Andren Denliker 
Gail Muller England 
Robert L, Fiscus 
Gerald O. Fletcher 
Beverly Hofecker Frederick 
Margaret Brubaker Gray 
Margaret Paltyson Greene 
Anthony F. Grigalunas 
Jonathan B. Haussler 
Carl A. Horsfield 
Janis Adams John 
Nancy Eiserman Kelly 
Raymond J. Kerstetter, Jr. 
Russell L, McTague 
Russell P. Mertz 
Leroy T. Miller, Jr. 
Joyce Hancock Murphy 
Susan Lehman Northrup 
Eleanor K, Pourron 
Sidney F Richard 
Mary-Margaret Overly Ruth 
Marian Bowman Schrock 
Nancy Altland Teng 
Gene Wiliak 
Clyde H, Wood 
Ray J- Yeingst 
Judith Anderson Zucker 



Class of 1960 

Barry B. Bealor 
Nancy Phillips Bealor 
Patricia Eitzen Beck 
Carole Duncan Bergen 
Harold E. Bingaman 
Donald E. Coleman 
Caroline Shryrock Conrad 
Brian Donley 
William A. Elmer 
Michael F Fahey, Jr. 
Ralph W. Ferraro 
Helen Harding Ferraro 
Frances Wirt Fisher 
Donald M. Gray 
Frederick C. Guinn 
Gary A. Hackenberg 
C. Edward Ruber 
Kenneth S. James 
Amos G. Kunkle, Jr. 
Ella Koch Kunckle 
James R. Middleswarth 
Stephanie Haase Moore 
Patricia Campbell Pelkey 
Sandra Risser Pesce 
Joyce Arnold Post 
Harry L. Powers 
Richard Reichard 
James A. Rhodes 
Beverly Braun Rhodes 
Susan Apgar Roberts 
Allen I, Rowe 
Denny R. Shank 
June Nonnemacher Shank 
Ronald L, Smith 
James D. Strausser 
George N. Swann 
Jean Wenk Thurston 
Willi K. E, Weichelt 
Sara McCahan Williams 
Sally Kehler Yates 



Class of 1961 

Eugene F Alichwer 

Barbara Angle Alter 

Helen Rhoads Bingaman 

Maurice H, Bobst, Jr. 

Patricia Ney Booth 

Lee R- Conrad 

Louis R Coons 

Margaret Webb Coons 

Donald R. Davis 

Nancy A. Davis 

Richard E. Derrick 

Mary Eyer 

Essene Harvey Finlaw 

Linda Traub Fiscus 

Theodore P. Fuhrer 

Paul W. Harter 

Annamae Hockenbrock Horwhat 

Martin A. Inch 

Edward L. Jones 

Thomas J. Keener 

Robert E, Leighty 

Linda K. Leonard 

Joan Morris Maillard 

Gary L. Moore 

Virginia Letson Olszewski 

Sandra Brandt Richard 

W, Frank Rieger 

M, Jane Panian Rieger 

T. Theodore Schultz 

Alfred G. Shaffer III 

Janice Stahl Snyder 

Stephen T Toy 

Mary Adams Vought 

Allen W. Wernau 

Jocelyn Swope Zimmerman 

Paul P. Zimmerman 



Class of 1962 

Bette Davis Alleman 
Dorothy M, Anderson 
Elizabeth Hodges Bagger 
Bruce Banes 
Anne Ostheim Barnes 
Robert B. Bechtel 
Leonard R. Betkoski 
Sarah Blaskovitz 
Judith A. Blee 
Judith A. Brndjar 
Gloria Graybill Brubaker 
Leslie R. Butler 
Philip M. Clark 
William H. Clark 
Ned S. Coates 
Lois Miles Curtis 
Charlotte Downer Epiey 
Elizabeth Phillips Fairbanks 
Fritz J. Fichtner, Jr. 
Sandra L. Forse 
Ronald I. Foye 
Barry M. Hackenberg 
Ronald C Hardnock 
Sharon Martin Hemmer 
Carl H. Hitchner 
Phyllis Betz Johansen 
Norman H. Lauer 
Thomas E. Leiby 
Joan Lawley Leighty 
Genevieve Anderson Long 
Maria Wernikowski Macfarlan 
Judith Arnold Mclntyre 
Jean Ewald Middleswarth 
Wayne H. Minami 
Terry L. Moll 



Francis A. Nace 
James H. Parker 
Gerald H. Porter 
Larry G. Richter 
Maureen Davenport Ries 
Kathy Smith Schultz 
Joyce Sheesley Shirey 
Robert A. Smith 
John H. Spillman 
Sandra Swab Testa 
Alan L. Thomas 
Roger B. Trexler 
Constance Leitner Trimble 
Susan E. Turnbach 
James A. Updegrove 
Alice Brown Wisor 
Lloyd J. Wolf 
Audrey Kellert Yeingst 

Class of 1963 

Cynthia Heist Alichwer 
Allen A. Aungst 
Curtis W, Barry 
Jay S. Berman 
Carol G. Black 
James C. Black 
James A. Blessing 
Florence Olson Brasser 
James J. Campbell. 

in memory of Bill Lips 
F Thomas Casey 
Nel K. Deardorff 
Terry J. Derk 
Harry B. Dietrich 
Thomas C. Donlan 
Patricia Brownell Dudley 
Patricia Estep Dysart 
Herbert L. Edwards 
Darlene Strockbine Gallagher 
James R. Gallagher 
Sally Stephenson Gibney 
Pamela Terry Gordon 
Donna Robb Graybill 
Naomi Weaver Grondahl 
Linda Mack Heaton 
James H. Herrold 
Elwood B. Hippie, Jr. 
Glen B. Hostetter 
Shirley Garrison Hutchings 
Joseph R. Joyce 
George W. Kindon IV 
Jane Kump Kindon 
Joe W. Kleinbauer 
Carol Marburger Koch 
John H. E. Krohn 
Peter H. Kuebler 
Lynn E. Lerew 
Marvin J, Malone 
Jane Schuyler Marriott 
Clark R. Mosier 
Eileen Pettit MotI 
Carl M. Moyer 
Sandra Dunkle Nelson 
Anthony M Padula 
Joseph P Perfilio 
Marilyn Vekassy Perfilio 
James Perot 

Geraldine Webster Porter 
Kay M. Potts 
Cynthia Hoffman Priest 
Sarah Broscious Reitz 
Joyce Lundy Rhodes 
Carol Shesler Rowe 
Sonja Ernst Sampsell 
Thomas D. Samuel, Jr 
Irene Etter Schmehl 



Carolyn Moyer Schneider 
Barbara Claffee Schumacher 
Lee A. Shamory 
Mary Weatherlow Shelley 
Samuel R. Shirey 
Sandra K, Sholley 
Georgiann Brodisch Skinner 
Linda Leach Spillman 
Douglas E, Spotts 
Margaret Sewell Stewart 
Biruta Aigars Strausser 
Robert J. Summer III 
Jean Petticoffer Swann 
Jeannie Weathered Thompson 
Emily Partridge Trautmann 
Rudolph J. Van Der Hiel 
H. Nathan Ward 
Nancy Hess Walker 
Jeffrey G. Whitney 
Kenneth Wiest 

Class Of 1964 

Mrs. Sonia E Sampsell 

Robert C Aerni 

Alfred A. Ambrose 

Alan Bachrach 

Margaret Bittles Baumgartner 

Peter Beiger 

Brian C Bolig 

Paul H, Bowman 

James R. Bramer 

Larry D. Brenneman 

David R. Broadt 

Arthur Brosius II 

Donna L. Brown 

Frederick D. Brown 

Doris Hoffman Casey 

Donna Zeilman Chestnut 

Lynn Pfister Curtin 

Gene H. Dechert 

Ethel Lawrence Edwards 

Barbara Sugg Forry 

Warren W. Gass 

William A. Gerkens 

Kenneth E. Gordon 

Albert W. Grondahl 

Judith Bollinger Gruber 

Roberto. Gundaker 

Robert B. Hancock 

George E. Harris IV 

Fred R. Hauser 

Eleanor L. Heishman 

Fred G. Hershey 

Lynda Boyer Hoffman 

John C. Horn, Jr. 

Harvey A. Horowitz 

Alfred W. Jacobs, Jr 

William B. Jones 

Carol Bollinger Joyce 

Lawrence S. Kachelriess, Jr. 

Grace Simington Karschner 

P. Wayne Kauffman 

John F Kaufman 

Alan L. Kiel 

George A. Kirchner 

Judith Tuma Kuebler 

William E. Lindsay 

Karen M. Loeffler 

Dorothy Canfield Marshall 

Irving H. Merwin 

Ralph J. Meyer 

Martha Sue Detjen Moll 

George M. Mowers, Jr. 

Arlene Roberts O'Hara 

Joseph O'Hara 

Louis D. O'Neil 



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Linford G Overholt 
Samuel A Padula, Jr. 
Barbara Lovell Parker 
Judith A. Rolhermel 
Michael E Rupprecht 
Lynn G. Sanberg 
James F. Sandahl 
Karl H F Schaffrath 
Clark B, Schenck, Jr 
David J. Schumacher 
Richard A, Seaks 
Susan Chapman Seaks 
Lawrence E. Shaffer 
Robert Y Silar 
Pamela Yeager Silar 
Lawrence A Skinner 
Linda Scharff Smith 
Sally Baskin Snauffer 
Joseph A, Snyder, Jr 
Patricia Shintay Spotts 
Ann Latimer Strate 
Harry C. Strlne III 
Robert A. Suloman 
Nancy Zook Suloman 
James W. Summers 
Judith Barlett Verrastro 
John M. Vought, Jr 
H Louise Hoch Watson 
Jeffrey R. Weichel 

Class of 1965 

James F. App 
f\/lary Close Bacon 
Dorothy Woolley Baron 
Jean Price Beck 
Stacey L. Bottiger 
Arthur F Bowen 
Adele Breese 
Peter M. Buchheit 
Anna Detterline Buttenbusch 
Carl L Campbell 
H/lichael C Carr 
Nancy Corson Carter 
Richard E Caruso 
Bonnie Baum Castellion 
E. Lance Cave 
Lynne Richmond Cilli 
Linda Cole Conine 
Walton R. Cueman 
Lewis H. Darr 
Joseph M. David, Jr. 
fVlary Snyder Davis 
Paul W. Ernst 
Frances Ray Faylor 
Richard T. Fenstermacher 
George W Fishel, Jr 
Muriel Hartline Folk 
William P Forti 
Lawrence J. Galley 
James A. Gibney 
Ronald D. Gilbert 
Robert A. Good 
Helen Bachman Grimm 
Cortland M. Hatfield 
Walter J Henss 
H Brentwood Henzel 
Harold J Hershey 
Dolores Greenig Hiles 
Katharine Fairty Hughes 
R Alexander B. Jervis 
tVlary Lou West Johnson 
Richard 8 Karschner 
Lucinda Peterson Kaufman 
Dawn Fife Kinard 
Carol Cox Kirchner 
Carol Ocker Kirk 



Peter D Kirk 

Alan Krichev 

tvlilton tvl. Kuhn 

Carolyn Tweed Leap 

Richard E. Linder 

Sally Schnure Lindsay 

Victoria S. Long 

E. Ann Gerding Lynch 

IVIeredith Wright Martin 

Milton H. Maslin, Jr 

Peter L. Matson 

Richard B, Meserole 

Edith Godshall Messerschmidt 

Wayne W. Miller 

Dennis R. Mychak 

Shirley Greco Mychak 

Thomas L. Myers 

Ronald E, Oehlert 

Thomas M. PeischI 

Edward J. Pokornicky 

Bonnie Bucks Reece 

Eric L. Reichley 

Daniel C. Remler 

Linda Cathcart Richards 

Diane Norcross Samuel 

Marilyn Froelich Schmidt 

Steven L. Seitz 

Daniel R. Seyss 

John H, Shaw III 

Nancy Joyce Souder 

William G, Straus 

Pamela Dick Streamer 

Barbara Evans Summers 

R. Brent Swope 

Jane Campbell Thomas 

William A. Vogel 

William R. Walker 

Paul Walser 

Priscilla Limbert Watson 

Robert G. Watson 

Karl E. Westerville 

David M. Wilkinson 

Joanne Davis Zamos 

Class of 1966 

Mary List Baird 
Larry D. Bashore 
Priscilla Clark Bashore 
Elizabeth Braun Beattie 
Leanne Shaw Belletti 
Susan Bannister Boone 
Barbara Miles Bramer 
Francis J. Brennan, Jr 
Newton T Brosius 
Robert J. Campbell 
Nancy Nelson Cane 
Judith Beery Carter 
Randolph A. Coleman 
Myrna Lee Corson 
Ann McAuliffe Darr 
Richard D, Davidson 
Sue C. Davis 
Holly Grove Delaney 
Charles F Devlin, Jr 
Marilyn E. Eck 
Ronald R, Emerick 
Laura J. Estep 
David L. Eyster 
Peter G Fager 
Rhoda Reidell Fasano 
Wayne H Fisher 
Linda Wertz Forster 
Carolyn German Fox 
Harold A. Freed 
Larry A. Giesmann 
Ann Griffith Gilbert 



Christopher J. Gipe 
Linda Carothers Good 
Thomas R. Gresh 
Margaret Lauver Harris 
O, Evan Hartenstine 
Brenda Gerhart Hayasaka 
Lynn Burgee Henss 
Melinda Karns Hummel 
R Peter Johnson 
Claudia Whitaker Keller 
Frederick W. Kelly, Jr 
Carol Shupe Keyser 
Donald S. King 
Judith Hawk Lasley 
Judith McGowin Lattanzio 
Peter D. Lawler 
Susann McAuliff Lucas 
Raymond L. McColgan 
William McLaughlin 
Joan L. Meisenhelter 
Stephen D. Melching 
James R. Milne 
Sharon Riley Milne 
Joanne Drake Morris 
James H. Nash 
Richard J. Olsen 
Richard Pawloski 
Gertrude Walton PeischI 
Ralph E. Purpur 
Nancy Elston Richardson 
Ronda Bender Roane 
John D. Roberts 
Gary Scheib 
Joanne Brink Scheib 
William a Schmidt 
Stephen C Seeburger 
Samuel A Stauffer 
Richard H, Streamer 
Margaret Oelkers Talbot 
Richard Talbot 
Gretchen Gochnour Thiele 
Patricia Bradway Valentine 
Margaret Orth Van Name 
Carole Summer Ward 
Carol Meek Whitfield 
Lois Swartz Yingling 
Suzanne Springer Zeok 

Class of 1967 

Anthony C Adamopoulos 
Susan Brumfield Ambacher 
James A. Anderson 
Marilyn Zannie Antunes 
J. Robert Arthur 
Eleanore Finnegan Ball 
Charles S. Bender II 
Ellen Comey Bennett 
Virginia M. Biniek 
F Kent Bonney 
Virginia Newsome Brosius 
Donna Ake Burkholder 
Anthony J. Costello 
Karen Hardy de Laurier 
Shirley A. Dickau 
Dwight E, Dickensheets 
Frederick L, Dudley 
Cynthia Gulp Fad 
Joanne Hiatt Fowler 
Robert B. Fowler 
Charles B, France 
Mary Drake Franco 
Patricia Craig Galley 
Barry I. Gehring 
Carolyn Ruocco Grimes 
Suasn Fegely Hampel 
Donna Garver Henry 



Paula Woodruff Hill 
Richard R. Hough 
Rosemary Robinson Hough 
Barbara Kaufmann Huber 
Louise Higley John 
Robert M- Jones 
David M, Kaplan 
Andrea Schumann Keim 
John D. Keim, Jr 
Dean R. Kennedy 
Richard C. Kindig 
Linda Kauftman Kirby 
Dianne Gooderham Knorr 
Jeannette Moyer Kowell 
Mary Clukey Krackow 
Billie Eby Kramer 
William D. Kramer 
William F Livengood 
Richard A. Main 
Thomas C. Maran 
Terry L. March 
Joan Buck Markley 
Frank D. Marsh 
Peter C Marshall 
Gail Spory McPherson 
Carolyn Wahler Miller 
Kathryn Zwicker Miller 
Robert R. Miller 
Christine Groth Murow 
Mary Ann Pfaff Murray 
Joyce Sabo Nash 
Diane Heller Nixon 
John A. Norton 
Nancy V. Orr 
Thomas J. Palumbo 
Diane Hillegass Pawloski 
Marjorie Mack Pearson 
Nicholas O. Prusack II 
James R. Reaser 
Richard Roesler, Jr 
Nancy Baker Rosen 
Janet Brian Sandham 
Kenneth Sausman, Jr 
Christine Schlichting 
Gary R Seiferl 
Marian L. Shatto 
Donna Zeiders Sheaffer 
Margaret A. Shields 
Robert C. Snyder 
John J. Stankiewicz, 

in memory of John Grebe 
Maxine Lentz Thumser 
Richard S. Trostle 
Roger G. Van Deroef 
Eileen Worrell Vogel 
James B. Wagner, Jr 
William H Wiest 
Paul P Wild, Jr 
Ronald W. Williams 
Vaughn A. Wolf 
William L. Yingling 
William E. Zick 

Class of 1968 

Karalee Buttorff Ameel 
John W. Arnold, 

in honor of Richard Kozlowski 
Dennis M, Baker 
Robert E. Ball, Jr 
Martin W. Banschbach 
Douglas G Bauer 
Peggy Gilbert Beck 
W. Dean Bickel 
Susan E. Bishop 
Terry R. Bossert 
James E, Bowman, Jr 



William R. Brower 
Albert W. Byrnes 
Alison Townsend Carbaugh 
Sally Feitig Caruso 
Elizabeth Charles 
Samuel D, Clapper 
James L, Clark 
Gail Carter Demaine 
Nancy E, Dewsbury 
Robert B. Donmoyer 
Arthur D. Ebersberger 
Marilyn Moritz Elam 
Constantine C. Exarchos 
Gwen Henneforth Fitch 
Robert E Forse 
Harold F Geise 
Sally Curnow Gilbert 
H. Donald Glaser, Jr 
Lester E, Goodman, II 
Gail E, Graham 
Frank C Grenoble, Jr 
Janet Fowler Grey 
John R. Griffiths 
WillardM, Grimes III 
Robert W. Hadfield 
Samuel J. Halpern 
Elizabeth Frost Hardie 
John Havas 
Robert A. Heinbach, Jr 
Barbara Brought Hernandez 
Maureen Thomas Herr 
Henry H. Herrington 
Ruth Seigfried Himmelberger 
Ann Sheppard Ivey 
Barry R. Jackson 
Denise Horton Jackson 
Catherine Strese Jarjisian 
Benjamin L. Jones 
Elizabeth Elmer Kaufmann 
Robert J. King 
Carol Sutcliffe Kramer 
Barbara A. Leonard 
William A. Lewis, Jr 
Joan Seabrook Linn 
Thomas R Long 
Nicholas A. Lopardo 
Joanne Romano Lucas 
Jerome E. Lynch 
Leonard J. Marzano 
Katharine Beard McClenathan 
Marsha Tamke McHenry 
Charles H. McLeskey 
Karin I, Michelsen 
Thomas R. Milbrand 
Trudy Miller Miner 
Gerald J. Miskar 
Laura Scaife Moyer 
Dawn Grigg Mueller 
Johanna Sheese Murray 
Alexander A. Nash, Jr 
Karen Geiger Nash 
Barbara Smith Norton 
Donald R Orso 
Mary Ann Carpenter Orso 
Ann Griffin Overholt 
Gerald R. Pacella 
John C Paterson, Jr 
Dianne Harshman Patterson 
Kathleen Livingston Peck 
Susan Sarbacher Pence 
Richard G. Poinsett 
Sally Davis Rankin 
Joanne Goglia Reinhart 
Sarah Gait Riddle 
Mary Ingram Ritsert 
Janet Schmaltz Ross 
Robert L. Russell 



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David M, Sandham 
Frank J Sawicki 
Roben W Schiipp 
Betty Klose Selinger 
Kenneth R. Selinger 
Nornne Bailey Spencer 
Richard D, Spotts 
Kenneth Stark 
Enest M Stauffer 
Cheryl R Stickle 
Frederick R. Swavely 
Cathanne Michener Tunis 
Anita Claycomb Uchisaka 
Sharon Fetterolf Vak 
Stephen M. Vak 
Dennis L Van Name 
Robert C Vogel 
Nancy SIroup Wagner 
Nan Weller 

Patricia Mehrer Williams 
Suzanne Yenchko 

Class of 1969 

Carol Smith Arnold 
John C, Arthur 
James L, Ayers 
Rickey L. Bair 
Robert F Balliet, Jr 
Keith H. Bance 
Michael J. Barrile 
Bronwyn T. Bauer 
Donald O. Bensinger 
Keith W. Betten 



Muriel Black Betten 
Patricia D. Bonsall 
Gerald L. Book 
Barry E. Bowen 
Willard J. Bowen 
John L. Boyer 
Katharine S. Bressler 
John C. Brill 
John D. Bronneck 
James C. Brown 
Robert J, Chonko 
Barbara Hogg dayman 
Howard R, Collins 
Alan H, Cooper 
Daniel M. Corveleyn 
Donald L. Graver 
Walter W, Custance, Jr. 
Virgil Franks Davala 
Peter W. Delin 
Barbara Hitchens DePerro 
Nancy Garver Di Pinto 
Robert D, DiPietro 
David M, Dumeyer 
Howard E- Duryea 
Thomas C. Eggleston III 
Nancy Comp Everson 
Carol Reese Feister 
Donna Hilton Fisher 
Robert G. Fisher. Jr. 
John C. Flohr II 
Philip D. Fowler III 
Martha Imhof Frantz 
William J. Freed, Jr 
William R. Gatti 




Gary R. Gilbert 
Richard W. Grey 
Robert E. Guise 
William B. Hamaker 
Paul J. Hampel 
Nancy Waick Hanford 
Claire Smith Hanson 
Nancy Gary Harris 
Paul D. Harro 
Victoria Fay Heberlig 
Wendy Evans Herrington 
Stephen R Herrold 
Susan Stephan Hill 
Michael J. Hoover 
Susan Agoglia Ivovich 
Barry L, Jackson 
Peter G. Jarjisian 
Robert O, Jesberg, Jr 
David B. Johnson 
Patricia Drumm Jones 
Terry W. Kent 
Margaret Heil King 
Paulette Keller Knauer 
Barry R. Landis 
Anne Heimbach Lawrence 
Margaret Knouse Lewis 
Lani Pyles MacAnitt 
Judith Wittosch Malcolm 
Holly Ford Marsh 
Joann Lester Maucher 
David H. McAfee 
Leslie White McAfee 
Sharon Bankert McGrane 
Virginia Carlson McKenzie 
Gary T Miner 
Robert G. Monahan 
Susan Graf Montgomery 
Sheila Mahon Morgan 
Susanne Kahn Mullin 
Loren E, Negley 
Donna Byrd Onasch 
Donald W. Peppier, Jr 
Carol Riley Pfeifer 
Richard F Pfeifer 
Linda laeger Poinsett 
Dennis M. Pritts 
Philomena Quattrocchi 
Robert H. Ray 
Beverly Dato Reber 
Robert D, Reber, Jr. 
Nancy Haas Reese 
Kurt Reinhart 
Jo-Anne H. Roberts 
Edwin G. Rohde 
Herbert T Rorer 
Dean S. Ross 
Linda Taylor Rule 
W David Rule 
Richard F Saylor 
Margaret McCracken Schiipp 
Edward R, Schmidt 
Robert F Schofield, Jr. 
Richard W, Semke 
W. Stevens Shipman 
Glen A. Sholl 
Priscilla Edwards Slack 
Meredith P Smith. Jr 
Robert X. Spero 
Ronald M. Stahl 
Linda Grill Stankiewicz. 

in memory of John Grebe 
David C. Steffen 
Eric N. Stem 
W Allan Todd 
Edward H. Vermillion 
Shirley Jones Vincent 
Sarah Boys Widhu 



Diane Diffenderfer Williams 
Donald H. Wilson 
Ronald J. Witko 
Michael J Wolf 
Elsbeth H. Wrigley 
Karen Pfleger Zygan 

Class of 1970 

Sarah Landis Arthur 
Paul W. Bankes 
David A, Barber 
Marcia Graeff Bell 
Martha Barker Blessing 
Kathleen Van Order Bowen 
Charles A. Brophy 
David P. Brougham 
Phillip G. Buchanan 
Robert G. Carothers 
Nancy Lockhart Chonko 
Robert L. Clyde 
Laurine Longfield Cooke 
William D. Cooke 
Karen Kister Corveleyn 
Eilene Lach Cummins 
Michael A. Cummins 
Edmund G. Dale 
Ruth Zimmerman Dennis 
Henry J. DePerro, Jr 
David M. Dolinsky 
June Yennie Donmoyer 
Steven E. Dubs 
Robert R. Dunn III 
Sharman Levan Ebbeson 
Sue E. Ebling 
Donna Zierdt Elkin 
Robert F Everson 
Byron D. Fellows 
Michael R, Fenstermacher 
Gregory E. Galano 
Brian W. Gallup 
Keith Gaugler 
Sandra Bahn Gingerich 
Linda Ulrich Glantz 
Harriet Burger Griffith 
Linda Rolston Gutowski 
Donald C. Hamlin 
Christian B. Harris 
Robert B. Heinemann 
James K. Hill 
Wayne D. Hill 
Robert G. Hochstuhl 
Gregg A. Hodgdon 
H. Louis Horner, Jr. 
Cheryl Snyder Ruber 
Carolyn McGhee Jackson 
Peggy Dotterer Jacob 
Richard M Jacobson 
Jay E. James 
Ronald E. Johnson 
Carl L. Kauffman 
Linda Perry Kindsvater 
Barry R. Klock 
Peter J, Lang 
John S. Leonard 
Bonnie Eiker Lightcap 
Barry I. Llewellyn 
Lloyd O. Lohmeyer III 
Mary T Lotspeich 
Alan C Lovell 
Karen Emiey Lubrecht 
Karen Anderson Lynch 
Gerald Malasheskie 
Douglas L. Marion 
Gail D. Mason 
William C. Merz 
Linda Palmer Miller 



Mary Frances Lenker Miller 
Ruth Slambaugh Mills 
Bonalyn A. Mosteller 
Eloise Jury Myers 
James R. Nace 
H. Gerald Nanos 
Janet Lefforge Pacala 
James C. Packard 
Marina Sinanoglou 

Papaconstantinou 
John R. Pendill 
Terry E. Phillips 
D. Ward Plummer, Jr. 
Carol Scherb Ray 
Deshler S. Schenck 
Judy Hoffman Schmidt 
Jane Malanchuk Schuessler 
Jeffrey R. Scott 
Bonnie J. Shockey 
Carol Snook Stark 
Garrett L. Stauffer 
Barbara Latsha Stern 
Loreen Wimmer Stout 
David E. Teets 
Frank J. Trembulak 
Susan B. Twombly 
Louis A. Vermillion 
Douglas W. Weikert 
Paul W, Wenske 
David B. Werner 
Ann Ruth Wolfe 
Thomas D. Wolfe 
Lynn Fitch Wolfrom 
Dorothy Pulst Wright 
Elizabeth Stein Zurich 

Class of 1971 

Judith G. Avery 
Pearl C. Barabas 
Janet Johnson Bielicki 
Albin F Blom 
Barry T Boblick 
Edward W. Bogner 
Elizabeth Varner Borger 
Timothy P Byrnes 
Roger P Cheney 
Nancy Faringer Cressman 
Robert A. Dachik 
David J. Deak 
Candace Kuckens DiPietro 
Ann Hilbish Eckman 
Susan Stewart Embessi 
Jill Heffelfinger Evans 
Margaret C. Fisher 
John G. Foos 
Anne L. Ford 
David C Frey 
Cynthia Fnshkorn 
Jacqueline Oshea Galano 
Donald C. Gates 
Signe S. Gates 
Whitney A. Gay 
Jacqueline C. Gill 
Sandra H. Goodenough 
Joel K. Gordon 
Jeffrey L. Goria 
Cozette Hartman Haggerty 
David W, Hahn 
Linda M. Haughton 
Janet Oberholtzer Haupt 
George W. Herrold 
Donald B. Hill II 
Roberta Schroeder Hill 
Joan Dundore Hood 
Peggy Haas Howell 
Janet Goodyear Jacobson 



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David H. Koppenhaver 

Robert C, Krafft 

Ronald A. Kramer 

Karen Nobel Kupp 

Ellen Mizzoni Lake 

William L,S, Landes III 

Kalhie J. Lang 

Fredenk C. Lauslen. Jr 

Rolla E, Lehman III 

PhihpR. Libby 

John B. LippincotI 

Jean McEvoy Llewellyn 

Linda Nansleel Lovell 

Patricia G. Lundholm 

David W. Madison 

Phyllis Reinhardt Malasheskie 

Lynn Keim Marion 

Charlene Stoner Maue 

Frederick R. Maue 

Donald W. McClain 

Carol Lesher Miller 

David J. Mitten 

Daryl F. Moore 

Thomas M. Nead 

Charles G. Norbert 
Jessica Schubert Norbert 

Karen L. Olson 
Denny Packard 
Joseph P. Palchak, Jr. 
C. Neil Petersen 
Michael J. Petron 
Kathy Fairchild Phillips 
Rebecca Yarnall Price 
Gregory A. Reppa 
Marie Morgan Riss 
David A. Rosborough 
Jeffrey A. Roush 
JohnW. Ruhl 

Catherine Rogers San Fillppo 
Philip E, San Filippo 
Lisa Deamer Sawyer 
Michael F Scavone 
David G. Schwalm 
Louise Hiller Sharbaugh 
N. Dennis Simmons 
Robin Fisher Smith 
Deborah Devenney Spinney 
Peter M. Stenzhorn 
Nancy Robinson Stephen 
Mark L. Stevens 
Richard J, Szot 
Charles N. Tannery, Jr 
Alice Henick Thomas 
Elinor M. Thompson 
Merrill W, Tilghman, Jr 
Donald L, Van Gilder 
Kenneth J. Vermillion 
Roxane Havice Varmillion 
Fred D. Westbrook 
Jeffrey S. Witte 
John E, Woodward 
Nancy E. Yarnall 

Class of 1972 

Richard C. Abbott 
Louise Brophy Arnold 
Ellen Presty Ashworth 
Sharon Witteck Austin 
Stephen E. Ayer 
Charlene Moyer Banco 
Brenda Armstrong Bartholomew 
Richard A. Bechtel 
Stephen H. Bender 
Alan M. Bennett 
Dwight C. Blake 
Susan Siegrist Blake 



Thomas A. Bohner 

David A Borden 

Carolyn Walker Bridgett 

Joan Finsen Brown 

Michael K. Brown 

Linda Kline Bugden 

Ronald N Bystrom 

Paul A. Cam 

William H Callaghan 

Thomas H, Carter 

Janean Clare 

Robert F Cloud 

R. Scott Conant 

June Ross Coyle 

Sandra McDermott Dolinsky 

David S- Dunn 

Andrea Licciardello Endrusick 

James L, Endrusick 

Larry L. Eppley 

Diane Kelley Evans 

Mary C. Fager 

George A. Fecker 

Richard A Frank 

Jeanne Yost Gallagher 

Joseph X. Garvey 

Susan Wright Geiger 

Timothy J. Gotwald 

Douglas R. Grosch 

Nancy Porch Hafner 
Darcy Jones Hamlin 
Pamela Larkin Hare 
Laurie H. Hart 
Alison Petrie Heinzel 
William H. Henschke. II 
Steven M. Hoffman 
Dale E. Hoke 
Gail Sigafoos Hoke 
Craig W. Hutchison 
Michael J. Huth 
Kimberly Y, Jones 
Christine Rogers Kindon 
Robert M Kindon 
Carol Sensenig Klein 
Joseph F Klein, Jr 
Edmund P Kling III 
Bonny Ensmger Klinger 
William C. Knauer 
David C Koch 
John C Kupp III 
Cheryl Hughen Lathrop 
George R. Laufenberg 
Brian E. Lewis 
Wendy Mohr Lewis 
Christopher A. Lodewyks 
Bradley E. Lord 
Robert W. Maucher 
Brian D. McCartney 
Jane Brockway McClain 
Susan Seaks McLaughlin 
Janice McCullough Mertz 
Pamela Norton Mitchell 
Joseph B. Montgomery 
James Z, Morehouse 
Jan F. Mroz 
Peter W. Murcott 
James E Murray 
Saren Alexander Murray 
Priscilla Gillespie Nagy 
Robert G. Nonni 
Michael C. Oakes 
Craig R Penniman 
Harold W. Peterson 
Arlene Arndt Philippoff 
Randall D, Reber 
Doreen Bolton Rehrig 
Coleen Warn Renshaw 
Mark W. Richards 



William H. Rouse 
John L. Sawyer 
Carol Ferry Saylor 
Rebecca Schumacher 
Chester D- Schuman 
Pamela Miller Schuman 
Lynne Colombo Schwartz 
Sandra Douglas Sheridan 
Robert C, Shiffer, Jr 
Debra Plunkett Smith 
Stanley T Snyder 
Royce Hasley Stevens 
Susan Hancoch Storch 
Frederick M. Topper 
Mary Deveau Ulatowski 
Jacqueline Costello Walters 
Megan Doney Weikert 
Lynn Whittlesey Wilson 
Carl C Yingling 

Class Of 1973 

Pamela Carolan Adams 

Paula Eletto Adams 

Susan Kurtz Allan 

Janice Woltjen Anglin 

Arlene Graybill Apple 

John J. Basti 

Kenneth G. Bechtold 

Gregory M. Beck 

Jay M- Boryea 

Alice Shue Boustead 

Teresa Rhodenck Bowers 

Jeanne R- Boyer 

Ray H. Boyer 

Robert M. Brenneman 

Linda Herrold Brophy 

Joyce A Brown 

Thomas S. Brownback 

William D, Burrell 

Pamela Flinchbaugh Byrnes 

Anne Herdle Cain 

Kathleen Chambers Callaghan 

Marlyn Rath Carson 

Marilyn Lacko Case 

Peter S. Ciszak 

Kevin W. Clary 

Donna Tryner Coffee 

Robert W. Cole 

Roger T Collins 

Barbara Schultz Colvin 
James L. Culpepper 

Constance Overkott Cunningham 

Charles L. DeBrunner 

Lynda Beadle Deutsch 

Alyce Zimmer Doehner 

Rebecca Young Duke 

Barbara Kay Eames 

Dennis L. Eckman 

James G. Ehrhorn, Jr 

Peter W, Emig 

Laurel Hinkley Falkner 

Henry R. Fisher 

James J. Flynn 

Thomas C. Foote. Jr 

C Patrick Gallagher 

Chris A- George 

June Belletti George 

Samuel J, Greco 

William H. Hamilton 

Vicki Chin Hart 

Victoria Vanwagenen Heidorn 

Catherine Magill Hoffman 

Linda Fox Holler 

Pamela Sherwood Hudson 

Steven E- Jackson 

Carol Dickinson Johns 



Mark R Johnson 

Robert E. Jones 

Robert T Kassoway 

James E. Kellerman 

Kathleen Coon Kellerman 

Barbara Dworecki Kencik 

Judy Stump Kling 

Dorothy J. Knauss 

Elizabeth Hollingshead Lancione 

Emilio A. Lancione 

David S. Landis 

Janet Isgro Laufenberg 

Thomas E. Leffler 

Jean Walton Lehman 

Nancy Uckert Lewis 

Frederick W. Linnemeyer 

Robert S, Long 

Edward G. Madison 

Lee E- McDonough 

David F. McMullen 

Barbara Lane Miller 

Allen B. Miller 

Robert C, Miller 

Deborah Reifsnyder Mohr 

Janet Nilssen Moore 

Thomas J Moran 

Douglas W. Morgan 

Frederick E Morrow 

Dennis G. Mosebey 

Diane Decker Nair 

Leslie Wiessmann Nieskens 

Richard T Nornhold 

Roxie Hahn Oberg 

Robert C Otto 

Marcia Wright Ousley 

Philip C. Ousley 

Linda Saldukas Payne 

Walter J. Payne 

Nancy Search Phipps 

Robert A. Phipps 

Nancy Ostermueller Plaza 

Joseph P Raho 

Richard K. Renn 

Richard D. Rowlands 

Georgeann Mercincavage Ruhl 

William A. Sanders 

Karen Buehler Savarese 

Philip H, Schreyer 

Wendy Collins Seglem 

Robert S, Siegel 

Nancy Finan Smith 

Nancy Searfoss Smoker 

Roberta Wyatt Stafford 

Eric E, Stahl 

J, Donald Steele, Jr 

Gail Holmes Tannery 

Cynthia Himsworth Taylor 

Peter Y. Thompson 

Joseph M. Vayda 

Sue Ellen Ferman Vayda 

Robert C. Veach 

Robert G, Vogel 

William M. Weary 

Joan Mercer Witte 

Charles H. Woodcock IV 

James Wright 

Ceroid M. Wunderlich 

Susan Topfer Ziemann 

Lynn D. Zimmerman 

Raymond A. ZIockie 



Class Of 1974 



Robert A. Akalski 
William D. Atkinson 
Daniel M. Baxter 



Evelyn Dowling Baxter 

Lynne Stansfield Beck 

Marilynn R. Blend 

Michael Boustead 

Raymond F, Bower 

Martha E, Brandwene 

Phyllis Kreckman Bratton 

Lonnie E, Campbell 

Michael D, Carlini 

Wendy Williams Carlini 

Bruce W. Casso 

Susan Haines Casso 

Thomas G. Clark 

Alan M. Cohn 

Frank J. Corcoran 

Wayne H. Dietterick 

Michele Maiben Diggins 

Cynthia Smith DiLorenzo 

Tonna Wendt Dougan 

Debra Horner Douglas 

Peter M. Douglas 

E. Wayne Dreyman 

Thomas A. Duncan 

Barbara Dalrymple Dunn 

Richard H. Eickhoff 

Jill Stevens Fecker 

David E. Fettinger 

Karen White Fox 

George V Ganter 

Kenneth C, Gift 

Martha L. Graybill 

Gayle Thomas Green 

John C. Hadley 

Perrin C. Hamilton 

Grace Welton Hanawalt 

John B. Hanawalt 

Linda Pratz Hill 

Shelley Gehman Hill 

Paul R. Hinsch 

Lynn R. Hoffman 

Patricia Krall Hogg 

Edward S. Kaltreider 

Dennis D. Kieffer 

Robert J- Kimbel, Jr 

Susan Zierdt Kirshenbaum 

Daniel E. Knipel 

E, Mark Kozin 

Jeanne Kauffman Kreiser 

Carol Kurtzke Kubancek 

Carol Wells Kueffner 

William B. M, Kundert 

Beth Petrie Leggett 

Eliese Wagenseil Levin 

Debbie Dempsey Littlejohn 
Ronald C. Littley Jr 
Layton S. Lyon III 
Dean T Madison 
Robert W- Margoles 
Susan Lang Martin 
Susan Craft McAllister 
Joanne Thomas McCard 
William H. McCard 
John M. McCrudden 
Karen Havriiko McElhattan 
Betsy Halpin Messerle 
Karen Stock Miller 
Stephen B. Mohr 
John W. Morris 
Carol Smith Nolan 
James H. Ober 
Debbie Rohlan Pereira 
Patrick A Petre 
Vicki Freeman Pierce 
Deborah Quinn 
Jocelyn Floody Reid 
Cynthia Severinsen Reinhard 
Thomas W. Reinhard 



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David W, Rittler 
Karen Chernngton Robbins 
Pamela Gehron Robey 
Phllmer H. Rohrbaugh 
Deborah Witle Sebring 
Peter M, Sherman 
Anne M. Shultz 
Linda Capaldi Siegel 
Benedict J. Smar, Jr 
Christine Schmidt Smith 
F Thomas Snyder III 
Suzanne Emanuel Spaid 
Jeanne Lenig Specht 
Robert J. Stamm 
Rhonda Riddle Stark 
Vicky Rohm Steitz 
Douglas B. Sutherland 
Nancy Lindsten Taylor 
Judith Turner Thomas 
William H. Thomas, Jr 
Janet Rice Trompert 
William B- Trousdale 
Joan Masser Troutman 
Alan J- Upperco 
Janet Bauer Upperco 
Donald L, Utter 
John S. Verruso 
Cynthia Luport Walter 
Alan R. Waters 
Chris L- Wheeland 
Roy L- Wilson 
Larry D. Wolfgang 
Gerald F. Zukowski 



Class of 1975 

George C. Adams. Jr. 

Judith Yohn Adams 

James T. Ailing 

David H, Allison 

Robert F. Amweg 

Christopher Anglin 

Charles R. Antanavage 

John H, Arnold 

Janet Diehl Ayres 

James A, Baglin 

Gwen L, Barclay 

Janet Frock Bassett 

Jerry S. Bassett 

James M. Bates 

Leroy Carl Beck 

Martha Pierce Beishline 

Mary Fletcher Benkovic 

John E, Bird 

Roberta Laudenslager Blasdell 

Paul A, Blume 

David M. Boucher 

Robert J. Brett 

Carol Nichols Callahan 

Christopher L. Campbell 

Joseph R. Caporaso. Jr 

Robert G. Carr 

Deborah Burdick Cloud 

Carol Naplacic Cousemaker 

Eleanor Kusche Crabbe 

Julie Lawrence Craig 

David H. Crist 

Deborah Mathias Dagle 

Dirk E, Dana 

A. Bruce Dansbury 

Russell J. Dauber 

Susan Ayres Davis 

Carol Powers Dawson 

Leroy O, Diehl. Jr 

Warren S. Diggins 

W. Allen Dunstan, Jr, 



Stephanie Sims Dyott 
Deborah Hansen Eickhoff 
George J, Epstein 
Michael A, Falkner 
Jacquelyn Strub Filbey 
Russell C, Filbey 
Jeffrey L, Frymoyer 
Donna R, Fugit 
John D. Goodenow 
Richard F Graham, Jr 
John D. Granger 
Carol A. Graybosch 
Keith W. Green 
Roger P. Gundersen 
Sharon Smith Hadley 
Barbara Shatto Harvey 
Jesse E. Hill III 
Douglas A, Holcombe 
Holly Henschel Hovis 
Karen Wells Hughes 
Susan Grubb Jackson 
Thomas W, Jacobi 
Gerald P Jaskiewicz 
Susan Gordon Johnson 
Kristine A. Jones 
Billye Miller Kanouse 
Kevin S. Kanouse 
Thomas G. Keane, Jr, 
Timothy G, Keane 
John T Kolody, Jr, 
Jessica Schnitman Kowall 
Samuel Kuba III 
Kimberly Miller Lacey 
Andrea R, Lavix 
Judy Lambert Lenz 
James D, Link 
Laura Maddish Link 
Donald Littleiohn II 
Sharon L. Long 
Kenneth L. MacRitchie 
Faith Christensen Maricic 
John Mazur 
Harvard K, McCardle 
Mary E, McManus 
Craig R, Miller 
Patricia Shaughnessy Miller 
Anthony F Miscavige 
Brenda Parker Nelson 
Martha Kauffman Ocker 
John R. J. Olcese 
Dale A. Orris 
Marilyn Timko Otto 
Douglas R. Powell 
Joseph J. Prekopa 
Raymond F, Rail, Jr 
Diane Christopher Rapport 
John R. Reinhard 
Sandra M. Rocks 
Robert C, Rungee 
George E. Saridakis 
Kathleen Phillips Sciarello 
Jeffrey G, Shade 
Susan Gabrielson Shrader 
Karen Parker Skoda 
Charles W Smeltz 
Suzanne Patchell Stewart 
John R- Strangfeld 
Margaret Buicko Thompson 
Debora Van Iderstine Traas 
Richard D. Treich 
Louis G, Van Gilder 
Garry E. Vom Lehn 
William D, Wagner 
Edward K, Watkins 
Kaye Stein Willbanks 
Paul M, Willbanks 
John D, Wilson 



Rosanne Foster Wilson 
Sharon Gloster Winters 
Cynthia Welch Woodcock IV 
William A. Wray, Jr 
Steven L. Zackon 
Janice Friedman Zackon 
Elizabeth A. Zak 



Class of 1976 

Karol Silvick Allison 

Robert M, Auman, Jr 

Linda M, Barran 

Janet Gump Beck 

Leslie J, Beers 

Douglas F Bernegger 

Joetta A. Bibbens 

Lisa Whelan Billmeier 

Timothy V, Blair 

Nancy Mattson Bober 

M. Steven Bortner 

Lauren Runyon Bregenzer 

Mark D. Burkhardt 

Juel A. Casey 

Thomas K, Chadwick 

Nicholas F Chirico 

Mark P Cook 

Matthias E, Creutzmann 

W. Talbot Daley 

W- Richard Davis 

Steven P Deck 

Thomas E, Dertouzos 

Barbara Keller Dertouzos 

Elwood R, Dietz 

Kathy Johnson Dilenschneider 

Joanne D'Onofrio DiLuigi 

Margaret V Duval 

Kimberlee Gasull Eckman 

Sheila M. Eckman 

Nancy J. Ferris 

Anthony J, Filer 

William 0, Finch, Jr 

Jo Ann Fricker 

Jeffrey R. Fuller 

Rebecca M, Fuller 

Marjorie Brouse Gaul 

MarkR. Gaul 

Debra Carey Gellert 

Joyce Laputka Gibbs 

Elizabeth M Gent 

Paul C, Ginzl 

Gordon J Glass 

John S. Godley 

Debbie Fishman Gordon 

Virginia Martinet Graham 

Richard K. Hanson 

Scott D. Harris 

Barry D, Hartshorn 

Richard W, Helmuth 

Jane E. Helsing 

Russell H. High, Jr, 

Lawrence T Hill 

Patricia H. Hill 

Bradford Hollinger 

Douglas D. Holmgren 

Susan Zimmerman Horstman 

Robert C. Hutchinson 

F Curtis Ibbitson 

Larry L. Jacobs 

Thomas M. Jobes 

Carolyn A, Johnson 

Cathleen Ehatt Keane 

Susan Kessock 

Jacob W, Klein 

Brenda Zboray Klinger 

Lauretta F Koenig 



KurtH,Kohler 
Elizabeth Walsh Kreger 
Patrick F Kreger 
Robert P Kreh 
Russell J- Laggner 
Jeannette File Lamb 
Jeffrey A. LaRose 
Sheryl Swartz Lazarus 
Lowell L. Leitzel 
Jerome Levkoff 
David W, Long 
David W, Main 
William D. Marks 
Ann L. Marshall 
Rhonda Davis McCardle 
Thomas F. McCarty 
Debra Smith McCarty 
Daniel R. McDougall 
Eugene F Meany 
Joseph C, Michetti, Jr, 
Mary L. Miller 
Charlene Lawser Monastra 
Thomas Monastra 
Timothy P D. Mooney 
Kathleen Marvin Morgan 
William A. Morgan 
Kathy-Ann McCarty Morrow 
David N. Mosteller 
Laurel Stryker Mosteller 
Ella L, Netherton 
Wanda D. Neuhaus 
John B, Neuhauser 
Charlene Everett Olcese 
Philip BOIphin 
James H, Packer 
Keith E. Paterson 
Patricia Grogan Peterson 
William A, Pette 
Gail Johnson Quinn 
Gill U. Redpath 
Bonnie Birch Richards 
Gary W. Richenaker 
Philip B. Robeson, Jr 
Nancy Reed Rock 
David A, Rohrer 
Laurie Morgan Roth 
Ronald R. Roth 
Richard D. Schoenly 
John D, Schwartz 
Debra Sobecki Shah 
Dennis A. Shoemaker 
Kenneth B. Slocum 
Robert S, Smith 
Robert J. Snyder 
Jeffrey H, Steitz 
Mitchel D Storey 
Helyn M. Strom-Henriksen 
William Swanger III 
Richard A, Thornburg 
Michael Timmons 
Ruth Anderson Tucker 
Mark J. Vincenzes 
Cindy Ball Vitto 
F Lorraine Nelson Weeks 
Gregory J, Wells 
Diane Burton Welsch 
Brenda Overcash West 
Edward S, Wheaton 
Emily Flickinger White 
John D, White, Jr 
John P White 
Scott A, Wissinger 
Douglas Yelencsics 
Charles A. Yoder 
Jeffrey L Yoder 
Deborah Gaydosh Zaionis 
Robert Zimmerman, Jr 



Class Of 1977 

Brian D, Archibald 

David E, Atkinson 

Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 

William A, Barrett 

Barbara L. Birdsall 

Donna Zawacki Birosak 

John P Birosak 

Victor R, Boris 

Ronald L, Brett 

Hadley K, Brown 

Jeffrey H, Bugge 

Class of 1977 Reunioners 

Jill Simpson Cohen 

Anne L. Crawford 

Robyn Schnell Cronin 

Stephen P, Crowther 

Deborah A. Dale 

Janet Smith Daley 

Nancy Adams Dansbury 

Mary Acton Dauber 

Kathi Hawxhurst Davies 

Virginia L. Davis 

Mark E. DiLuigi 

Daniel E. Ditzler 

Donald P, Doorley, Jr. 

Denise A, Duane 

Kathleen S, Dunn 

Edward E. Eckman 

Michael J, Edry 

Jon W. Eich 

Robert E. Engleman 

Frederick H. Ernst 

Craig M. Fasold 

Bruce C. Fehn 

Katherine Allen Fehn 

John R Ferry, Jr. 

David M. Fisher 

Peter L, Fiss 

Susan Gale Fitchett 

William S. Flather 

Jeffrey L. Gable 

Marilyn E. Gill 

Carlen Schmidt Ginzl 

Elaine Fahringer Gundersen 

James A. Hall 

Ronald E. Hanson 

Lorraine Miller Hartshorn 

David O. Hayes 

Robin Strohecker Heinemann 

Joan Domin Hentges 

Keith H. Hewitt 

Frederick L. Hickman 

Karen Johnson Hollinger 

Douglas C. Hornberger 

Jeanne Davis Horovitz 

Gerald G. Huesken 

Vicki Sandsiedt Huffaker 

Deborah Schneider Jacobi 

Susan Booth Jacobs 

Jeffrey A Jones 

Karl R. Keiser 

Lee S. Kelechava 

Roderick E. Kerr, Jr. 

Richard C. Klick 

Scott L. Klinger 

Bruce D. Koenecke 

Lawrence P. Kroggel 

J. Christian Kuhn III 

James A. Kurras 

Timothy B. Lawlor 

Elaine lanora Levkoff 

David E. Lewis 

E Lynne Campbell Liebrock 

David B. Lockard 

Karen Oberheim Lockard 



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James G Longo 

Howard J. Lynde III 

Elizabeth Bussman Mahler 

Cordelia Rust Mann 

Jo-Ellen L- McCracken 

Linda Graziano McGrory 

Melinda Scovell McGrory 

Michael P McLane 

David M. Miller 

Douglas A- Miller 

Suzanne Reed Miller 

Naseem N. Momin 

Bradley F. Moore 

Bruce E. Moore 

Lewis R. Morrow 

Brenda K. Myers 

Katherine McAllister Neuhauser 

Albert M Noggle 

Carol W. Norwood 

Janice Snider Nowell 

Marjorie Johnson Olson 

Christopher J, Pappianou 

Howard G. Paul, Jr 

Tracy Hawke Perrapato 
Jane Schlegel Petitte 

Richard W. Ratcliffe 
Susan M. Reisch 
James W. Reyle 
Joan Brouse Rifkin 
Alice M. Roher 
Philip R Saler 
Marjorie Flackman Saler 
Gregg K. Saxe 
Martha Miller Schwartz 
Jo Ann Smith 
Joseph W. Strode III 
Fred C. Sweetapple, Jr 
Nancy Hulsl Tamayne 
Herbert J, Tanneberger 
Debra Fox Taylor 
Lynn A- Thorson 
Louann Morseberger Tracy 
Joseph A. Vermillion 
Lynn Sarf Watkins 
Robert M. Wentz 
Deborah Clemens Werronen 
Victor E.Wertz 
Bruce H. Wetteroth 
Patricia Hall Wilsbach 
Brenda Newman Wright 
Timothy J. Wright 
Elizabeth Hall Xanthis 
John P Xanthis 

Class of 1978 

Susan E Apsley 
Richard M, Baran 
Edward R. Barben 
Sherry Seiple Barben 
Deborah M. Bernhisel 
William R. Betz 
Jolee Ruch Boehmer 
Mark R, Bostic 
Richard A, Brugger, Jr 
Bryon H- Bucher 
Jean Hedrick Budd 
Steven K, Budd 
John M Campbell 
Jane Wiedemann Candela 
Regina Pohren Chadwick 
Carl F Christiansen 
Paulette E, Cohen 
Denise A Connerty 
Mark R, Cummins 
Tura Hammarstrom Dickert 
Jane Kadenbach DiGirolamo 




Diane Stewart Dom 

Bruce E. Figgatt 

Susan King Fiss 

H. Scott Fritts 

William N. Garrett 

David R. Getz 

John C. Grantland 

Scott A. Grimm 

Karen L. Hackman 

William C. Hart 

Thomas G. Hepler 

Michael J. Herman 

Roberta Andrew Hewitt 

Larry D. Hildebrand 

Robert C. Irwin 

Brenda Ewert Jadney 

Pamela R. James 

Jill Jacobus Jurgensen 

Michael A. Katchmer 

Helen Ely Kauffman 

Roberta L- Kempf 

Mary Vetri Kendall 

Richard J- King, Jr 

Jo Ann Kinkel 

Richard B, Koch 

William a Kraft 

Susan Little Kuehl 

Robert R. Labarca 

David L. Liebrock 

Elizabeth H, Linehan 

Linda Fennimore Lippincott 

Kenneth P Maehl 

Robert W. Manning 

Penelope Norwood Margoles 

Susan A. Martin 

Peter W, Megill 

Jack L, Miller 

Donald W, Monetti 

James G. Montgomery 

Todd B, Morgan 

Robert R. Mowrer 

Patricia LaCombe Murphy 

Judy Feidt Musselman 

C Lynn Nakamura 

Donna Poland Neilly 

Pamela Ceresa Nothstein 

Hester M, Null 

Susan Grisee Pappianou 

Joseph J. Parcel III 

John J Peles 

Debra A, Peragino 

Mary A, Pitorak 



John P. Poliero 

William H. Poust III 

Judith A. Rile 

Peter S. Rispoli 

Donna Diianni Rispoli 

Jay S. Rogers 

Barbara Bozzelli Ross 

Donald M. Ross 

R- Todd Rossel 

Margaret Klaus Saxe 

Michael P Scheib 

Dale F Schoener 

Patricia Lutkins Schultz 

Melissa L, Simmons 

Anne Elton Skinner 

Sharon Karle Snyder 

Dean H. Springman 

Lori E. Thomas 

Barbara A, Vierow 

Jane Miller Voipe 

Richard A. Ward 

Elizabeth O'Connor Waters 

Cynthia Baxter Wertz 

William B. Wescott 

Robert B. Whomsley 

Jeffrey A. Wiest 

Darren K. Wilson 

S Lydia Papanikolaou Wiswell 

Debbie Robinson Wolfert 

Laurie G. Zimmerman 

C. Gilbert ZIock 



Class of 1979 

Nancy J. Adams-Shippy 
Howard F. Baker 
Shirley Guerin Baker 
Steven J. Barrett 
Carole Moeller Beam 
Barbara A. Beans 
Louise Filardo Beer 
David W. Bielefield 
Roberta Dodson Bordlemay 
Margaret Hamilton Carpenter 
Robert E Cascone 
Christi S. Chavers 
David C Cloetingh 
Michael C Cosgrove 
Erin Hoff Coyne 
Thomas H Coyne 
Paul S. Daniels 



Marcia Freed Dankman 
Laurie Ritson Dougherty 
Betsy Hulse Doyle 
Stacy Kiraly Duran 
Susan Yoder Faast 
Linda Eberlin Fahrney 
Barbara Bryan Falconer 
Lee Ann Fasnacht 
Dorothy Fersch 
Steven D. Foreman 
Randall E. Franzen 
Sandra L. Fryer 
Jeffrey S. Gicking 
James R. Gladwin 
Andrew S, Graybill 
Elizabeth Kennedy Graybill 
Andrea M, Hart 
Janice Gaschen Herman 
Kevin E. Hildebrand 
John M. Hilton 
Robin Swenk Hilton 
Samuel B. Hoff 
Karen Holmes Hoke 
George S. Huntzinger 
Robin Gallo Hutchinson 
Nicholas P Interdonato 
Joseph R- Johnson III 
Peter S. Johnson 
Thomas A. Johnson 
Suzann Taskovitz Kaufhold 
Cynthia S. Kearns 
Charles R. Kelsey 
Sandra J. Knutsen 
Ellen Knutson Kramm 
Carl L. Krause 
Lorinda Alexander Krause 
Susan L. Kuba 
Cindy Erickson Labarca 
Edward M. Laselva 
Vincent A. Laselva 
Cynthia J. Lewis 
David E- Lindquist 
Nancy Jeffries Little 
Debra Holzhauer Louden 
Richard H. Lubben 
John W. Magers 
James R- Maiolo. Jr 
Mary Delbaugh Maiolo 
Donald F Mann 
Javier F Martinez 
Wendy Mason McDougall 
Denis J. McHugh 



Christine Hoff Mclnnes 
Sharon Vreeland Miller 
Mark E. Nelson 
David R, Odenath, Jr 
Ellen Schmidt Odenath 
Susan Odjakjian 
Catherine Conklin Pattison 
Madeline V. Pearson 
James N. Petitte 
Richard H, Pohl 
Robert J. Purcell 
Sandra L. Ray 
Kathryn A. Reihard 
Scott A. Richards 
Wendy George Ripa 
Nancy J, Robinson 
James H. Ruitenberg 
George S. Segon 
Donald E- Sipe 
Shawn Eckman Sipe 
Edward S. Skibiel, Jr 
Michael W, Smith 
Scott A. Smith 
Joseph M. Talmage, Jr 
Alice M. Taylor 
Anne Stern Tilley 
Bruce W. Torok 
Tracy A. Uhl 
Janeen Kruse Wadzita 
Janis Miller Wagner 
Michael A. Walch 
Eric S, Walker 
James P. Wallbillich 
Patricia Welty Walter 
David P Ward 
Joseph H. Warren 
J. Randy Westrol 
Cheryl Burchfield Wheeland 
Nancy J. Widmann 
William J. Zimmerman 



Class of 1980 

George R. Amols 
Frank L. Arena 
Jay K. Barthelmess 
Mark A. Billow 
Roland C Blakeslee 
John N. Blandford, Jr 
Ellen Einsfeld Blaszky 
David J. Brand 
Anne Lembach Bucher 
Martha Montgomery Buono 
V. Robert Buono 
Judy Critelli Burkholder 
William S. Carson 
Larisa Rupeiks Cashour 
Wayne R. Chrismer 
Phillip A, Compton 
Robert E, Danner, Jr 
Paul L. Daviet 
Donna Sayegh de Molina 
Frederick L. Dimuccio, Jr 
Theodore J- Elias 
Edward J. Farr 
Alayne Hunter Fessler 
Robert H. Fessler 
Alayne Hunter Fessler 
Rick L. Fike 
Lynn K, Fillman 
Lesley Wilson Funk 
AhciaBalfeGaul 
Mary Douglas Geary 
John C. Haege 
Christopher Haidinger, Jr 
Cornelia Klee Hall 



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Karen Flynn Hardy 
David E. Harken 
Paul J. Helleren 
Nancy Gravalec Hivick 
Mary Brennan Huesken 
Stephen L. Hull 
Lawrence D, Hutchison 
Michael C. Kammerer 
Nancy Mott Kammerer 
John H Karch 
Thomas J. Kast 
Edwina S. Kelley 
Ernest P Kemper, Jr 
Robert A. Kocis 
Charles P Kohrman II 
Brenda Strausberger Koster 
Mark T Kramm 
Brenda Parks Krill 
Donald J, Krupka 
Joan Penniman Krzastek 
Walter J. Krzastek 
Dale L. Kyler 
Gaetan T Lamblase II 
Keith E. Lewis 
Lisa Angst Long 
Charles F. Lorenzo 
David F, Lynch 
John W. McEvoy 
Paul A. McFeeley 
Lynn C. Mosca 
Alan W. Mudrick 
Joseph H, Muir 
Linda Klages Mulr 
Linda Florian Neyhart 
Patricia Zaccheo Norloff 
Nancy Paterson O'Hara 
Thomas C O'Neill 
Cynthia A, Osborn 
Frederick G. Pfeiffer 
Cynthia Ebert Rayburn 
Catherine C. Raymond 
Karl A. Reuther II 
Alelaide Parcel Rogers 
Lynda M. Ruby 
James 0. Rumbaugh III 
Mardi Finkelstein Saadawy 
Michael S. Sambrook 
Candace A. Schnure 
Patricia A. Schoenegan 
Christine Ewing Schoenlank 
Robert H Schoenlank 
Stephen R, Shilling 
Cynthia J. Stengel 
Russell B. Stevenson 
John D. Sumner 
Nancy H. Swan 
Nancy Fitzgibbon Talmage 
Joel C. Tokarz 
Jack B. Treas 
Michael G. Trone 
Denise Wilson Uhlman 
Robin K. Vieira 
Linda Perritt Ward 
Karen Grilus Wentz 
James T Weyant 
Kathleen Christie Whipple 
Robert N, Whitmoyer 
Joseph S. Witcofsky 
David L. Yazu|ian 
Charles ZIock 



Class of 1981 

Gary L. Appenzeller 
Dennis A. Barley 
Eric A Bartholomew 



William A. Baten 

David G. Bell 

Cynthia S. Biever 

Ceryle L. Bodine 

Mark D. Bornman 

Cheryl-Ann Filosa Brand 

Diane Ulman Bryson 

William D. Bryson 

Susan Grausam Bullock 

Robert J- Bunsa, Jr. 

Timothy K, Burns 

Todd G- Burns 

Suzanne Heath Camerer 

Taylor R Camerer 

Sally J. Cherrington 

John D. Christenson 

Mary Brown Christenson 

Christopher L. Cochran 

Suzanne Madara Coffee 

Catherine L- Compton 

Jane Wissinger Cornille 

Thomas J. Corridon 

Diane C, Croft 

Thomas F, D'Andrea 

Beth Wolyniec Drugatz 

Barbara Horton Farr 

Joanne Sleinke Paul 

Brian J. Fitzpatrick 

Karen A. Ford 

Kim L, Gabler 

Donna L. Gottshall 

Joan V. Greco 

John M. Greenshields 

Sharon Jacob Gruber 

Stephen A, Gustitis 

J. Bridget Shannon Hancock 

Walter W, Hancock, Jr. 

Lisa McGrath Harkins 

Susan Wray Harrell 

Kenneth E. Heintz 

Peter C, Hinsch 

Deborah J, Hovanec 

Robert C. Jacob 

Joan C. Jacoby 

David A. Johnson 

Paula Bachman Johnson 

Suzanne M. Johnson 

Theresa Erb Kirchner 

Jo A, Kleinfelter 

Betsy J. Kluge 

Donna Lee Knapp 

John E, Knapp, Jr. 

Beth Black Krupka 

Paul G. Lang 

Robb J. Larson 

Patricia Campana Lorenzo 

Susan A. Loy 

Lisa Campbell Lynch 

Deborah Kellner Mamrak 

Louis Marinaccio 

Laura A. Marth 

Paul A. Metz 

Julia Brown Mitchell 

Mark S. Mitchell 

Lome Carlsen Nantz 

Stephen L. Neff 

Steven E. Nunn 

Gretchen A, Ost 

George T. Paulosky 

Jon K. Pickwell 

Michael D. Pinkerton 

Patricia A. Polaneczky 

Wendy Wolf Poulsen 

Paul M, Price 

Kurt H. Reiber 

John A, Reist 

Peter R. Rile 



John F. Ripa 

Ellen Miller Rogers 

Kenneth F. Sachs 

Theresa A. Santoli 

Donna M. Scaizo 

Kevin A. Shaffer 

Jeff V. Sheard 

Keith A. Shuey 

Cynthia Beegle Smarge 

John C. Smarge 

Charlotte Bartholomew Smith 

Christopher V Smith 

Scott D. Snyder 

Charles D. Spackman 

Patricia Massaia Spackman 

James P Stetler 

Beth Schlegel Stoverschlegel 

Scott W, Suhring 

Elizabeth Hagerty Tiedemann 

William I. Tilghman III 

Michael R. Trego 

Jay B. Umholtz 

Susan McLaughlin VanDongen 

Martin J. Walsh 

Lawrence J. Weil 

Pamela Marino Weiss 

Dorothy Shifter Wesner 

Frank P White. Jr 

Robert W. Wissinger 

Robin Rochford Wolak 

Nancy B. Wolfe 



Class of 1982 

Jonathan E. Ambler 
Robert W. Ashe 
Karen P. Backer 
Beverly Stahl Bailey 
Daniel J. Bailey 
Nancy Mohr Baker 
Brenda Lange Barthelmess 
John M- Benedict 
Elizabeth A. Bergh 
Michael V. Berry 
John W. Bowling III 
Hope MacMurtrie Bowling 
Christine M. Bringman 
David S. Brookes 
David S. Cashour 
Patricia N. Catlin 
Claire Malone Chadwick 
Bruce L. Cianciolo 
AnnMarie Gloudon Cipolloni 
Wayne R. Clark 
Cynthia A. Conklin 
Michael W. Conway 
Mary T Coughlin 
Catherine Cook Davis 
Marita Delbello Derle 
Brian J. Dietrich 
Michael S. Donahue 
Kevin G. Doty 
Antoinette D. Duryea 
Karen M. Dye 
George A. Ellas 
Thomas J Figmik 
David C. Fisher 
Linda M. Furlong 
Thomas A. Gift 
Nancy Wright Greenshields 
Marc W. Gutleber 
William G. Hagner 
Joan Miles Heintz 
Scott T Heller 
Susan W. Honeyman 
Donna Johnson House 



Marcia Weaner Hutchison 

Peter E. Jacobs 

Andrew G. Jakubek 

Carl R- Johnson 

Deborah Emilic Johnson 

Kyle R Kaczynski 

Lynn Pickwell Kessler 

Robert R. Kessler 

Robert W. Kirchner 

Charles R. Landis 

Sue R- Larsen 

Laura J. Litchert 

Rachel A. Long 

Cindy Wolter Lynch 

Constance Snyder Malick 

Sharon A. Melfe 

Clay R. Mitman 

Jeffrey D. Morgan 

Gail R Moster 

Jacqueline Rozzi Nilsen 

Odd N. Oddsen, Jr. 

James P Olson 

Nancy M. Parker 

Lynn E. Parks 

Susan Brubaker Pickwell 

Lorella Puglielli 

Kenneth D. Ralph 

Kim Hartman Ranck 

Ronald R. Reese 

Johanna Yeager Reisteter 

David Z. Richards, Jr 

Christopher D. Rooke 

Richard W. Rudd 

Bryan P. Rynearson 

Paul E. Sacks 

Eric R. Sauer 

Robert T. Schisler 

Donald R Scholl, Jr. 

Audrey G. Schwarz 

Leo M. Sekulski 

Kathryn Burke Sellers 

Steven W. Sellers 

Vincent Shemanski 

Richard L. Shermer 

Christine E. Shoaf 

Lauren A. Shollenberger 

Raymond E. Short 

Beth Nacinovich Shuey 

Mary L. Sprowls 

Beth Shaw Stauffer 

Keith E. Stauffer 

Kristin S. Sullivan 

Ronald C. Swartzlander 

Catherine J. Terranova 

Leslie A. Thorburn 

Stephen T. Tingley 

Dale J. Travis 

Lisa Musselman Travis 

Gail Stitzer Tucker 

Gerald W. Ueckermann, Jr 

William H. Weiser 

Pamela J. Werner 

Ellen L. Whiting 

Krislina Warmerdam Wilhelmsen 

Robert L. Williams 

William H. Wolchak 

Martha J, Zechman 

Stephen E. Ziminsky 

Wayne A. Zimmerman 

Jeanne J. Zyga 

Class of 1983 

Jeffrey E Anderson 
Susan Landmesser Augustine 
Christy L Baker 
Roger A. Baker 



William A. Barnes 

Brenda Larson Barrett 

Lisa J. Barrie 

Mark C. Barllow 

Karen N. Bashore 

Loren Karch Bernieri 

Earle T Bittner III 

Richard C. Blumensheid 

Robert L. Bongo 

Carolyn Brady 

Susan A. Brett 

Kenneth R. Brightcliffe 

Bonna Conner Brooks 

Scott R. Brooks 

Ruth Rissmiller Brunner 

Elizabeth Buckham Buch 

Jewel Williamson Burns 

Gregory J. Carr 

Vincent J. Cavalea 

Craig A. Cellitti 

David J. Cianfarini 

Pamela Christensen Cianfarini 

William E. Cochran 

Lisa Mayolo Corridon 

Karen E. Costello 

Arlene T. Curth 

Theodore F Decker, Jr. 

Stephen C. Dempsey 

Mark B. Dieffenbach 

Susan Frekot Doty 

Marguerite A. Doyle 

Susan Cavanaugh Duffy 

John C, Farr 

Susan Coates Flake 

Robin L. Friedman 

James W. Frisbee 

James J. Gasson, Jr. 

Kerry A. Gillen 

Carol Brouse Goodwin 

Michael B. Goodwin 

Kimberly MacMullen Habecker 

Shari Showers Haelig 

William H. Haelig 

Richard S. Harrell 

James A. Hayward 

Robert P Higley, Jr. 

Deborah Scharmann Himmel 

Paula Sargent Huff 

Cynthia J. Huizer 

Brian K. Hungarter 

Heidi Flack Jacob 

Carol Redfern Jacobs 

Thomas R. Johns IV 

Charles C. Jordan 

Pamela Grow Keiser 

Robert K. Lagerman 

Barbara J. Lappe 

Caroline M. Lee 

Laurinda D. Lees 

Kelly Mowery Leitzel 

Deborah A. Lias 

Susan A. Lockard 

Rebecca C. Long 

F Scott Lyons 

Glenn I. Maclnnes 

Ernest J. Meisel. Jr. 

Rebecca Roman Meisel 

Joseph F Melody 

Scott R. Moore 

Susan Kees Morgan 

Alfred W. Murray 

L. Harvey Myer 

Caroline R. Noelk 

Martin J. Ortenzio 

Joyce Dyer Osman 

Chris A. Pemberton 

Mary Mack Poff 



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David W- Powers 
Curtis E Rimler 
Denise Wenke Rudd 
George D. Rudisill 
Joanna Moyer Rudisill 
Margaret Gut|ahr Rumbaugh 
Karen Janeski Sauer 
Karen L, Schoeller 
Robin Bach Scholl 
Steven L. Schongar 
Kenneth F Schreffler 
Jeffrey D, Sharp 
Susan Bogovlch Shemanski 
Joanne Ries Singh 
Dale Robertson Snyder 
June Soyka 
Douglas J. Swanek 
George R. Sweet 
Richard R, Sweger, Jr 
Barbara A. Swenson 
Karen Bollman Tripolitis 
Jeffrey R. Underkoffler 
Joanna tvlorris Underwood 
Janice E. Vidosh 
Melissa A, Vines 
James F Vislosky. Jr. 
Thomas A. Voll 
Glenn W. Vrabel 
Suzanne Wilkinson Walker 
Barbara Wans 
Nessie Shively Watson 
Gwen Hammaker Weiser 
Thomas Wilhelmsen 
Culletl Crance Williams 
Karen Schmid Wilson 
Robert J. Zabransky, Jr, 
Amy Ploch Zapp 
Frederick B. Zapp 



Class of 1984 

William E. Admire 
Alane Maningo Alexander 
David W. Ardrey 
Rodney J, Bamford 
Marcie A. Barber 
Henry L. Belcolle 
Leigh Braden Bentz 
Paul J, Bentz 
Timothy N, Bentz 
Anne L. Berger 
Andrew R. Bergh 
Wendy Gelnett Burkhart 
Fredrick Cabell. Jr. 
Laurie Cunningham Cabell 
Robert J. Campbell 
Eric J. Cherego 
Janet M. Chesnutt 
Stephanie T Christopher 
Daniel W, Clark 
Herbert W. Conover III 
David M. Curran 
Charlotte A. Debany 
Michael D. Deckard 
Elizabeth J, Decker 
Mark D. DeHarde 
Susan F Dell 
Scott W. Dempster 
Susan Reiland Derr 
Mark A. Drogalis 
Keith R. Duvin 
Jennifer L, Fanelli 
Jay H. Feaster 
Stuart L. Fornoff 
Charles D Fox 
Scott D Gabel 



Melissa J. Garretson 
James P. Gibbons 
Raymond T Glanville III 
David J. Grzybowski 
Jamie B. Harris 
Pamela Schlerf Harshey 
Kenneth R. Healy 
Thomas V. Hinkson 
Robert B. Hoffman 
Craig C. Howie 
Lisa Huchler 
Tracy L. Hughes 
Jane Fichner Hungarter 
Melissa M. Jackson 
Carolyn Bloxham Johnson 
Gary R. Johnson 
Beverly L. Jones 
Anna Milheim Jordan 
Winifred M. Keller 
Alma-Lillian Kinn 
Harry L. Kostyk 
Alisa M. Kunkel 
Nancy A. Lariviere 
Jonathan P. Laubach 
Suzanne P. Leach 
Lisa C. Ledeboer 
Joanne M. Lubben 
Christopher K. Lupolt 
Lise Cooper Maier 
Chris A. Markle 
Kirk W. McCracken 
Suzanne Reinbold Medence 
Diane K, Mesloh 
Melanie P. Miller 
Steven C. Miller 
Susan Weber Miller 
Elizabeth A. Moran 
Robert S. Nickey III 
Todd J, Owens 
Alice M. Perlman 
Christopher W. Poverman 
John W. Purdy, Jr. 
Linda E. Roemer 
Ann Sarandoulias 
Donna L. Schilling 
David C Scott 
Nanci G. Shreiner 
Richard E. Shriver 
Catherine A. Sieben 
Ashley Davis Skuria 
Jeanne A. Smith 
Maria Barry Supko 
Joseph S. Thomas 
Sue E. Ungemach 
Diane Vautrin McGrath 
Deborah L. Voll 
Stephen A. Vorel 
Elizabeth Allen Vought 
Russell E. Wagner 
Randall W. Welfley 
William a Welker 
Christine J. Wescott 
Bruce C. Wilson 
Diane E. Wissinger 
Mary E. Wolf 
Susan Meiser Womer 
Laura A. Young 
Laura Bryan Zimmerman 
Wayne A. Zimmerman 
Wendy Collins Zimmerman 



Class of 1985 

Carolyn S. Accardi 
Joy Good Albright 
Wendy L. Ammon 



Stephen S. Anderson 
William E. Babiash 
Melissa Miller Barnes 
Carolyn M. Bastress 
James A. Bazewicz 
David E. Bingaman 
Knstin L. Carroll 
Ester E. Chaban 
Kevin M. Chesia 
Barbara Johnson Cipollini 
Jennifer L. Colson 
Irene E. Corbin 
Douglas W. Cosgrove 
Deborah A. Darrah 
Kathryn R, Darwin 
Pamela J. Deisher 
Scott E. Deitch 
Thomas F. Demko 
Jeffrey W. Dentler 
Charles J. Dettmar 
Pamela M, Devito 
Blair R. Downie 
Barry T. Emas 
Leah G. Fahsbender 
Christopher W. Farrell 
Mario P Ferraro, Jr. 
Mary A. Ferrie 
Margaret Anne Finley 
Brandon W. Forsyth 
Tracy A. Gerard 
Steven S. Givens 
Terri A. Gleichmann 
Joseph R. Goceljak 
Kathleen M. Gorman 
Luanne Graybill 
Karen Smith Grip 
Eileen G. Gruebel 
Douglas R. Hall 
Tracy W. Hart 
Linda M. Hay 
Scott K. Hayward 
Renee G. Hepler 
Douglas L, Herrold 
JohnH. Hoarelll 
Jocelyn Hoffman 
Pamela A. Holland 
Dorothy Johnson Howie 
Ann E. Hubley 
Kevin J. Jennings 
Lori M. Kahan 
William J. Kennedy, Jr. 
Caryn M. Kenny 
Terri L. Kern 
Thomas S. Lagerman 
Katherine Lappe 
Gerald J. Linski 
Cynthia A. Luer 
Joyce N. Luna 
Beth A. Mallison 
Kathleen L. Marshall 
Jeff C. Miller 
Brian W. Molner 
Diane M. Motel 
Sally A. Murphy 
Curtis L. Narvesen 
Howard R. Nelson, Jr 
Keith W. Newell 
Juliana H. O'Brien 
Christopher D. Pauley 
Stephanie L. Riggs 
Michael E. Ritter 
Marjorie S. Rosini 
Lory D. Ryan 
Richard R. Ryan 
Carolyn M. Schenk 
Karen S. Schwille 
Linda L. Skinner 



Sandra L. Slemmer 
Lynn Reinhagen Smelas 
Timothy L. Snook 
Kenneth B. Teats, Jr 
John B. Tevlin, Jr 
Christopher A. Thorsheim 
William H.Todt. Jr. 
Cynthia A. Triolo 
Cheryl Wiley Venezia 
RodericG. Vitty 
Michael D. Vought 
Claire V Waltking 
Mary Fisher Warrick 
William C. Warrick 
Douglas J. Wilkins 
Linda M. Willauer 
James W. Wisse 
Kathleen Villano Woerner 
K. Joy Wood 
Michel J. Wright 
David C. Zimmerman 

Class Of 1986 

Douglas A. Alderdice 
Michelle L. Bardman 
Debra A. Beck 
Amy L. Bellas 
Laurie Turns Bentz 
Elizabeth A. Biehl 
Joseph H. Boileau 
Deborah M. Boyle 
David W. Bradley 
Diane K. Braisted 
Michele A. Bridges 
Alice D. Brown 
John L. Cataldo 
Doris A. Cook 
Carol F Dillon 
Gail C. Dilonardo 
Diann L. Doelp 
Kelly A. Doerr 
Thomas P Doherty 
Todd W. Donaldson 
Karen L. Doty 
Noreen M. Duff 
Janice M. Dunphy 
Robin L. Emerson 
Jean M. Flaherty 
Kathy L. Forrest 
Dawne E. Fritz 
Andrew J. Gallagher 
John W. Gartner, III 
Ingrid Gordon 
Gwen C. Gormley 
Caroline S. Hackel 
Paul J. Hawkins 
Charlene J. Heller 
Eric J. Hesse 
Georgia A. Hoff 
Cori L. Hoover 
Lynn E. Horner 
Patricia A. House 
Elizabeth A. Hoyle 
Gina T Hucke 
Kenneth E. Hughes 
David J. Innes 
Leanne Jacone 
Cathy L. Jones 
Carol A. Kepner 
Kathryn L. Kissinger 
Brian J. Leib 
Todd A. Liddick 
Jeffrey W. Lockard 
Laura A. Lodge 
Robyn J, Long 
Andrea S. Mahmud 



Michael R. Mahoney 
Susan J. Malyniak 
Amy E. Margolis 
Heather L. McRoberts 
Paul H. Meier 
Dawn A. Melo 
Donald L. Metzler 
Patricia A. Mitchell 
Patricia L. Munn 
Wendy M. Murray 
Charles B. Muzzy, Jr. 
Matthew D. Myers 
Richard T Ohr 
Craig R. Orr 
Cheryl A. Parisi 
Daniel K. Patterson 
Lisa L. Pego 
Kenneth R. Peifer 
Charlene M. Pelow 
Kristine Pocaro 
Lisa A Porter 
Michael B. Quigley 
Susan E. Rahal 
Jill C. Roberts 
Donald M. Robinson 
David J. Roe 
Kimberly A. Rubio 
Amy J, Rumbaugh 
John T. Sansonetti 
Katherine L. Schilling 
David P. Schleppy 
Marie F. Serano 
Robert M. Slifer 
Douglas G. Soutter 
Debra S. Sowers 
Cynthia L. Stulb 
Catherine A. Svetec 
Denise A. Symonds 
Douglas T Talhelm 
Vance D. Tomei 
Michelle M. Triaca 
Virginia S. Turner 
Diane H. Wall 
Stephen A. Walter 
Deborah A. Wengryn 
Bryan J. Werner 
Elizabeth L. Whitham 
Christopher P. Wilkens 
Janet A. Wyllie 
Douglas G. Yago 
Kirk D. Yoggy 
Andrew A. Zimmerman 



Senior Class 
Pledge Program 

Members of the class of 
1987 have shown their 
pride in Susquehanna 
by responding to the 
challenge to join the '87 
Club. Congratulations 
to Class Agent Jim 
Faust and his team of 
volunteers, whose '87 
Spirit generated $7,182 
in pledges to the SUF! 



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Parents for SUF 

1986-87 was a 
banner year for the 
Parents Fund. With the 
leadership of Parents 
Executive Committee 
Co-Chairs, Don and 
Gerry Fager, the 
Parents Fund raised 
$39,836 from 385 
famines. This represents 
an increase of $8,276 
beyond last year's results. 
Thanks to our SU 
parents for responding 
generously to our 
phonathon callers and 
our Parent Fund letters. 

Dorothy M. Acquaviva 

Ronald and Joyce Adams 

Coulter and Margaret Allen 

Herbert and Nancy Allmers 

Beverly Amadei 

Jotin and Barbara Amblelli 

Robert and Patricia Ancipink 

John Angiolillo 

Eddie and Linda Armacost 



Robert and Barbara Bakeman 
Joseph and Amy Baran 
Alan and Martha Barrick 
Ellen M Bateman 
Rodney and Anna Bates 
Fred and Nancy Baumann 
OX and Inez Beachley 
Patricia Beauchamp 
Judith Beck 
John and Nancy Bell 
Paul and Diana Bensel 
Carl and Fair Bentz 
Kermit and Sandra Bergey 
William and Janet Betz 
Wharton Biddle 
Paul and Ethel Billow 
Edward and Barbara BimI 
Chester and Joann Bishof 
Leroy and Marian Book 
Speaker and Alvesta Boop 
Ronald and Mary Bracken 
Thomas and Rita Brennan 
Francis and Cornelia Brogan 
George and Ruth Broseman 
John and Patricia Brotherton 
David and Wendy Brown 
John and Elaine Bruynell 
Douglas and Roseann Buchanan 
Charles and MaryJane Buckley 
Michael and Jane Bufo 
Albert and Patricia Bunting 
George and Carol Burghardt 
James and Elizabeth Burke 
Lowell and Adeline Burton 
Max and Ann Buttenmuller 
leda Calich 

William and Doris Calvert 
John and Patricia Campbell 
H, Jean Campbell 
Daniel and Margaret Caracciolo 



James and Judy Cad 
Bruce and Jean Carlson 
Augustine and Rosaria Caruso 
James and Barbara Cawley 
Richard and Joan Cawthorne 
Charles F. Church, Jr 
Caret and Karin Church 
Lonnie and Saranne Clark 
Patrick and Norah Clohessy 
Brian and Jacqueline Cloud 
Robert and Julia Clouser 
William H. Cole, Jr. 
Richard and Linda Cole 
Robert and Kathleen Connelly 
John and Joan Considine 
James and Martha Conway 
Paul and Roberta Cook 
Richard and Sally Corbin 
Robert and Ann Corsetto 
Homer and Sabina Costalos 
Nicholas and Barbara Costalas 
David and Sally Coyle 
Wallace and Julia Crane 
Howard and Suzanne Cubberly 
William and Nancy Cuddy 
Peter Culos 

Alfred and Victoha D'Alessandro 
William E. Daley 
John and Joanne Dalton 
Nicholas and Inger Danias 
Glenn and Aletha Daniels 
Albert and Martha Daub 
Kenneth and Mona Daugherty 
James J. Davey 
Allan Dayton 
Jane L. Deakin 
George and Norma Decker 
Alex and Susan Del Bueno 
John and Eileen DelDuca 
David and Gwendolyn Delong 



Kenneth and Louise DeLong 
John A. Delvecchio 
Albert and Anna Desousa 
A. W. and Jean Dodsworth 
James and Nancy Dooley 
George and Karen Doty 
David W. Doupe, M,D. 
Carol Drummund 
John and Judy Ebert 
John Edson 

Harry and Ruth Eisenhauer 
Jason and Patricia Elsas 
John and Patricia Emrich 
Lillian Enzer 
Barbara J. Espy 
George J. Esty 
Herbert and Pamela Etzold 
George and Margaret Evans 
Donald and Geraldine Fager 
Charles and Arleen Fatigati 
Herbert and Barbara Faust 
William and Marjorie Fern 
Robert and Lois Filbey 
Joseph and Bernadette Flynn 
Gary and Barbara Frack 
Thomas and Kathleen Francis 
Marion L. Frank 
Walter and Eileen Frees 
Donald and Jennifer Friars 
Sylvia W. Fuller 
Vincent and Peggy Furey 
Samuel and Carol Fusco 
Carmine and Patricia Galdieh 
Bruce and Janet Garfield 
Karl and Sabine Geiger 
James and Joan George 
George and Elizabeth Geraci 
Ralph and Johanna Giasi 
Stuart and Barbara Gnapp 
Martin and Lorraine Goldstein 




Elizabeth C. Gomory 
Karl and Vera Gordinier 
Russell and Madeline Goria 
Ronald and Joan Greene 
Leonard and Judith Greskiewicz 
Edgar and Doris Griffie 
Scotte and Rosemary Griffin 
Joseph and Kathleen Grimm 
Nancy S. Guckes 
Robert and Suzanne Gude 
Edward and Nancy Hagelgans 
Robert and Jane Harding 
Robert and Isabelle Hargraves 
James and Patricia Harris 
Lawrence and Mary Harrison 
Richard and Barbara Hassett 
Berkeley and Dale Hastings 
John and Lucille Haubner 
Martin and Soma Heaps 
Paul and Phyllis Heim 
Edward and Betty Jane Heinz 
Jay and Joan Herdling 
Paul and Linda Herr 
J. Lawrence Higgens, Jr 
Claude and Noreen Hohne 
Barry and Andrea Holt 
John and Susan Homestead 
Thomas and Suzanne Hook 
Kent and Lois Horner 
Hampton and Helen Huff 
Richard and Shirley Hugendubler 
Robert and Evelyn Huggard 
Edward and Marie Hughes 
Lee and Ann Hummel 
Lee and Dorothy Hunt 
Frank E. Hurley 
Robert and Hedwig Hunsicker 
Melvin and Alma Hyde 
Cosmo and Marion lacavazzi 
Charles and Joanne Jerrehian 
Davey and Shirley Jimison 
Elaine W, Jones 
William and Elizabeth Kadel 
Joseph and Ruth Karoly 
William and Leona Karvois 
Kenneth and Janna Kasarjian 
Raymond and Mary Keelin 
Clarence and Joelan Kegel 
Terence and Denise Kennedy 
William and Pamela Kennedy 
Neil and Ruth Kilstein 
Edmund and Mary King 
Thomas and Marthena King 
William and Helen Kingsbury 
Mr. & Mrs Donald Koenecke 
Eugene and Barbara Kopf 
Ralph and Malka Kravitz 
Waldemar and Dons Kuenzel 
Peter and Susan Kuhn 
Lawrence and Mary Kukacka 
Richard and Diana Kuncken 
Mr, and Mrs, Frank Kymer 
Frederick and Donna Lackland 
Hartley and Mary-Jo Laduke 
John and Karen Lafferty 
Charles and Ruth Lain 
Anthony and Marilyn Lamanna 
Ralph and Marie Lamberti 
Robert and Charlotte Lande 
Marianne B. Layng 
Roscoe and Margaret LeCount 
Kurt L. Ledebuhr 
Wayne and Anne Lee 
Ronald and Jeanne Leib 
John W. Leitgeb 
Francis and Loretta Lesniewski 
Joseph and Linda Leuser 



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Howard and Carole Lichterman 
Frederick and Meryl Lindquist 
James and Alba Logan 
Gary and Judith Ann Long 
Robert and Linda Loss 
George and Barbara Lucas 
Philip and Dorothy Lucivero 
Frederick and Charlotte Ludwig 
William and Bernice Luithle 
Harry and Cathryn Lundy 
George Lussier. Jr 
John and Joan Maher 
William and Hazel Major 
Michael and Florence Mangan 
Robert and Joan Manley 
David and Lorraine Marconi 
Tyson and Anita Maroon 
George Marsanico 
Gerard and Carolyn Marsh 
William and Linda Martin 
Stephen M, McCabe 
Thomas and Mary McCatfery 
Cornelius and Lynn McCarthy 
James and Sally McCartney 
Kathryn C McCartney 
James and Ellen McCourt 
Dennis A- McDaniels 
John and Carol McGowen 
Frank and Kathleen McHenry 
James and Nancy McHugh 
Patrick and Judith Mclvor 
Paul and Nancy McLaughlin 
William and Ann McManus 
Jack and Mary McNairy 
Robert and Genevieve McNiff 
Donald and Joy Merryman 
Harry and Donna Meyer 
Thomas and Sharon Miller 
Richard and Martha Milstead 
Wyllol. Mitchell 
Lester and Mary Moll 
George and Jane Moor 
Dayne P. Morgan 
Henry L, Mortimer 
John and Mane Mulcahy 
William and Sarah Mueller 
Robert and Patricia Muller 
Clarke A. Murphy, Jr 
Timothy and Marianne Murphy 
William and Helen Murray 
Maywood and Maryland Myers 
Charles and Bernice Nace 
Fred Nace 

Anthony and Sally Nazzaro 
Robert S, Nickey, Jr 
Frederick and June Nolte 
James and Mary Noonan 
Thomas and Maria Norton 
Charles and Mildred Nowosielski 
Harold J, O'Keefe 
Alvin and Lorraine Olsen 
Arthur and Carol Ossenlort 
Richard and Catherine Paddock 
Emmett and JoAnne Paradine 
Peter and Laura Parisi 
Lenore Paterno 
Henry and Mary Ellen Paul 
Joy R Petzinger 
Robert and Virginia Pierson 
Robert and Phyllis Pilla 
Joseph and Frances Pisciotta 
Nicholas and Joan Pizzico 
Martin and Pauline Pope 
Preben and Barbara Poulsen 
Gerald and Joan Mary Pryor 
Irving and Norma Quackenboss 
David and Virginia Rahal 



Edvi/ard and Lucille Raftery 
John and Edith Rea 
Robert and Carol Reed 
Donald and Elsie Reimenschneider 
Raymond and Carolyn Reis 
Donald and Nancy Richardson 
Robert and Louise Rinaldi 
Jay and Isabel Rippard 
Robert and Marilyn Roland 
Robert and Natalie Rooke 
George and Nancy Ruch 
Robert J Rudolf 
Philip and Barbara Ruziska 
Philip and Elizabeth Saalmuller 
Carl M. Sabol 
Lois M Samson 
Anthony and Denise Sansiveri 
William and Jean Santucci 
Judith Sauer 

Carl and Mary Lou Savino 
Frank and Edith Scangarella 
Walter and Barbara Schickram 
Alan and Carolyn Schmalz 
Paul and Eleanor Schoenfeld 
John and Agnes Schroeder 
William and Carol Schroeher 
Thomas and Elizabeth Schukis 
Harold and Joan Schuler 
Raymond and Bernadine Scimeca 
Robert and Barbara Scola 
William and Judith Semenuk 
George and Kathleen Serafin 
Gerald and Louise Sharp 
Joseph and Donna Sheetz 
Charles and Nancy Shoemate 
Philip and Joan Shyposh 
Donna A- Sikorski 
Edmund and Patricia Skarbek 
Henry and Diane Smith 
George and Rose Snyder 
Arthur and Mary Sohler 
Philip and llene Spector 
Joseph and Judith Spillane 
Sefton and Ann Stallard 
Donald and Christine Stammer 
Beryl and Marion Stauffer 
Dale and Sally Steinmetz 
Christopher and Joanne Stephano 
William and Audrey Stoken 
A, Henry Stoma 
Robert and Alice Stonaker 
Frederick and Carol Stumpf 
JaneH. Sutcliffe 
Wayne and Darrah Swezey 
Robert W. Swinarton 
Michael and Angela Swords 
Edwin and Dons Szala 
Stephen and Dena Szawlewicz 
Angelo and Beverley Talluto 
Cesare A. Taormina 
Peter and Mary Ellen Taylor 
Charles I. Tenney 
George and Barbara Tibaldi 
Elizabeth Tighe 
John and Geraldine Tirpak 
Harold and Harriet Tonkins 
Thomas and Catherine Tracey 
Lester and Barbara Troxell 
Alexis Tucci 
David and Mary Tucker 
James and Mary Tucker 
Noel and Elaine Turner 
Philip and Elizabeth Turner 
Foster and Lois Ulrich 
Leroy and June Varcoe 
Arthur and Ann Verdesca 
William and Carol Verdon 



Jay and Carol Vincent 
Robert and Joan Vivian 
Michael and Ann Voipe 
Howard and Barbara Wachenfeld 
Charles and Kay Weatherholtz 
George and Suzanne Weidle 
Ronald and Jean Weigle 
Mr and Mrs. John B- Weiss 
Kenneth and Patricia Wenzel 
Donald and Jean Whitham 
Raymond and Judith Willbergh 
John and Annmary Windels 
Maximilian and Barbara Winkler 
Stanley and Sandra Witkowski 
Joseph and Loretta Witt 
Kathie Wolland 
Lewis and Beverly Wonsidler 
Robert and Mary Wyatt 
Charles and Lorraine Yovino 
William and Susan Zabransky 
Michael and Lois Zarra 
Bruce and Harriet Ziegler 
Diana M. Ziegler 
Robert and Ruth Zimmerman 
Louis and Doris Zucca 



Friends 

Norman and Betty Ackley 
Sidney and Carole Apfelbaum 
Jane C. Apple 
Donna S. Benham, 

in memory of Walter P Benham 
Fred and Eleanor Bisbee 
Ruth G. and Elizabeth M, Botdorf, 

in memory of Allen Botdorf 
James M, Brogan 
John L- Bruch 
Pat and Lois Bruno 
Howard and Evelyn Campbell 
John and Jane Carpenter 
Mr. and Mrs. Harris M. Carter, Jr, 

in memory of Charles A. Rahter 
John and Deborah Cooper 
EC. and Evelyn Cunningham 
John W. and Gladys C. Dagle 
Preston and Isabelle Davis 
Milton and Gladys Dumeyer 
Charles C. and Charlotte M. Eberly 

in memory of Charles Eberly 
George and Mary Louise Eiker 
Margaret S. Ernst 
Samuel and Dorothy Evert 
Nancy Bishop Farquhar 
Rick and Paula Fern 
Paul Foreman 
Walter and Natalie Freed 
William A. Gettig 
Mrs. Russell W. Gilbert, 

in memory of Russell W, Gilbert 
Gerald and Robie Hall 
Elizabeth M. Harris 
James and Eunice Heistand 
Mr and Mrs. Larry Helwig 
Gordon and Mary Hermanson 
Jack and Polly Hetrick 
Theodosia Hoffman 
Henry and Jane Hood 
David and Marie Horlacher 
Orlando W Houts 
Loretta Fries Engelhardt 
Frank and Lois Hufko 
Patricia R. Hunsicker 
Marian S. Kaltreider, 

in memory of Clair A Kaltreider 
Frank and Hilda Karniol 



William and Lynne Karniol 
Michael and Frances Kivko 
Kathy E. Kroepil 
Charles A. Laubach, Jr 
Robert and Betty Lauf 
Jane Isaacs Lowe 
Thelma Martinec, 

in memory of Stephen Martinec 
Mr and Mrs. Ned A. Masenheimer 
Mr and Mrs. T J. Mcintosh 
Francis and Kathryn Menapace 
John and Joan Miller 
Henry A. Miller, 

in honor of Paul Haines 
Esther E. Momrow 
Bill and Clyde Montgomery 
Paul A. Morelock 
Mrs. George F Myers, 

in honor of Paul Haines 
Edward and Martha Nichols 
Harold and Nancy O'Connor 
John and Barbara Pagana 
William M. Perrige 
Truman and Kay Purdy 
Saul and Florence Putterman 
Mrs. Charles A. Rahter 
Mr and Mrs. Joseph L. Ray 
Robert U. and Nancy Redpath, Jr 
Carl and Alice Rice 
Rodney Ries 

Josephine Shuman Robbins 
Daniel and Gladys Rohrbaugh 
Ruth L. Roush 

Marvin and Raven Rudnitsky 
Genevieve Sarra 
Michael E. Schaeffer 
K. Robert Schmitt 
Erick 0. Schonstedt 
Harold and Genevieve 

Schreckengast 
Kim Seong-|in 
Deane S. Shively 
Vivian V. Simpson 
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sisk 
Harvey M. Smeltz 
Mr and Mrs. Shields W. Smith 
Harry and Betty Snook 
Robert and Violet Soper 
Herbert C. Spomer 
Mrs. J. Stafford. 

in memory of Helen Price 
Howard E. and Beverly J. Stoelting 
Ruth L, Sullivan 
Ralph C. Swan 
Robert and Caryl Swanson 
Mr and Mrs. William Thilly 
Henry and Lavina Truslow 
Frederick D. Ullman 
Dennis and Judith Van 
Mr and Mrs. Arthur L. Vangeli, 

in memory of 

George W. Townsend 
Shirley A. Verna 
Vincent and Frances Ward 
Charles and Margaret Wasilewski 
Howard and Martha Weaner 
S. Marjorie Weaver 
Luke and Dorothy Weimer 
Robert and Patricia Weis 
Richard and Florence Wesner 
Homer and Linda Wieder 
Ernest and Ruth Wissinger 
William and Marjorie Witkop 
Aileen Witmer 
Lucille R. Zehner 
John and Martha Zeller 
Walter and Roberta Zweifler 



Faculty and Staff 

Lawrence A. Abler " 
Odekhiren and Pai Hwa Amaize 
Jane F Barlow " 
Carl and Pat Bellas 
George and Carol Boone 
Robert and Carol Bradford 
Virginia M. Coombs 
John and Deborah Cooper 
Joel and Trudy Cunningham 
Michael Currid 
Galen and Deanna Deibler 
Mark and Carolyn Dewalt 
Henry and Dolly Diers 
Hans and Barbara Feldmann 
John and Carolyn Fischer 
Kenneth and Irene Fladmark 
Boyd and Jane Gibson 
Gynith C. Giffin 
Susan M. Hegberg 
Jack and Sidonnie Holt 
Donald and Grace Housley 
W. Murray Hunt, Jr, in memory 

of Kenneth T Donnahoo 
John and Sara Kirkland 
David W. Lightcap 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune ', 

in memory of 

John C. McCune, 11 
Marian E. McKechnie 
Michael and Rebecca Meiser 
Robert and Gerburg Mowry 
Bruce and Dorla Nary 
Neil and Mary Potter 
Joan B. Price 

Otto and Beulah Reimherr ■ 
E. Bryan Rutledge 
James and Barbara Smillie 
AlexG.H. Smith 
Amos A Stagg. Jr ' 
Cyril and Lee Stretansky 
George R. F and Barbara Tamke ' 
George R. F and Barbara Tamke '. 

in memory of William Kamber 

in memory of Michael Kivko 

in memory of Louise Masom 
Christopher and Christine 

Thomforde 
Gene and Margaret Urey 
Thomas J. Walker 
Dan and Sally Wheaton 
David and Judie Wiley 
Elizabeth Wiley 

■ emeritus status 



Foundations 

Apple Foundation 
Ben Franklin Technology Center 
Anna Bohorad Trust 
Consortium for the Advancement 

of Private Higher Education 
Carpenter Foundation 
Faylor Foundation 
Foundation for Independent 

Colleges 
G. Scott & Bessie K. Guyer 

Foundation 
Jewish Chautauqua Society 
Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline 

Foundation 
Christian R. & Mary F Lindback 

Foundation 
R. K. Mellon Family Foundation 



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National Endowment for the 

Humanities 
National Institute of 

Cfiild Development 
National Science Foundation 
Presser Foundation 
Reidler Foundation 
Sears Roebuck Foundation 
Siebert Lutlieran Foundation, Inc. 
Spectroscopy Society of 

Pittsburg ti 
The Uncommon Individual 

Foundation 
Yorl< Container Foundation 



Businesses, 
Corporations 
and Matching 
Gift Companies 

This year, more than 100 
Susquehanna Valley 
businesses and industries 
contributed $91,049, 
including a $20,000 
challenge gift, to the 
annual Business and 
Industry Campaign. 
Susquehanna is indebted 
to Chairperson Fred W. 
Kelly, Jr. '66, President 
and CEO of Snyder 
County Trust Co. , as 
well as members of the 
Steering Committee 
and Volunteer Team 
for their leadership. 
Here is a complete 
listing of companies 
that supported 
Susquehanna in 1986-87. 

Acorn Motel 

Aetna Life & Casualty Foundation 

Aid Association for Lutherans 

Air Products and Chemicals 

ALCOA 

Allied-Signal Foundation 

American Can Company 

Foundation 
American Cyanamid Co. 
American Home Foods, Inc. 
American International Group, inc. 
Amoco Foundation, inc. 
AMR Inc. 

Appleton Papers. Inc. 
ARA Services. Inc. 
Architecture By Seiple 
Armco Foundation 
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. 
The Armtek Foundation. Inc. 



Ashland Oil Foundation, Inc. 

AT&T Foundation 

Atlantic Richfield Foundation 

Automatic Data Processing 

Avery International 

B. J.'s, A Place for Ribs 

BKW Coach Line 

The Bank of New York 

Barnes Group Foundation, Inc. 

Bastian Tire Sales 

The Baxter American Foundation 

Beavertown Cast Stone. Inc. 

Beavertown Mills, Inc. 

Becker Volkswagen 

The Becton-Dickinson Foundation 

Bell & Howell Foundation 

Bell Atlantic 

Bell Communication Research 

Bell of Pennsylvania 

Bilger Fuels 

Black & Decker, Inc. 

The Boc Group 

The Boeing Company 

Borden Foundation, Inc. 

Boscov's Department Store, Inc. 

The Bowery Savings Bank 

Brockway, Inc. 

Brunswick Foundation, Inc. 

Burroughs Corporation 

C&P Telephone 

CBS, Inc. 

Cal-Surance Benefit Plans 

Campbell Soup Company 

Capital Holding Corp. 

Carefree Travel Service. Inc. 

Carolina Power and Light 

Company 
Carpenter, Diehl, and Kivko 
Cellitti Moving & Storage Co. 
Central Builders Supply 
Central Pennsylvania Savings 

Association 
Chase Manhattan Bank 
Chevron U.S.A., Inc. 
Chubb & Sons, Inc. 
Ciba-Geigy Corporation 
Cigna Corporation 
Citibank 
Citicorp investment 

Management, Inc., 

in honor of Donald J. Fager 
Coldwell Banker-Colescott 

Properties 
Colonial Furniture Co. 
Combustion Engineering 
Commonwealth Bancshares Corp. 
Conoco, Inc. 

Consolidated Natural Gas System 
Continental Corporation 

Foundation 
Cooper Industries Foundation 
Coopers & Lybrand Foundation 
Corning Glass Works Foundation 
Country Cupboard, Inc. 
Richard C. Cox Agency, Inc. 
Crum & Forster 
CSX Corporation 
D J.'s Family Pizzeria 
John Dagle Jewelry 
The Daily Item 
Deans Oil Co , Inc 
Deloitte, Haskins & Sells 

Foundation 
Digital Equipment Corporation 
Dogwood Hill Nursery Inc 
Donaldson. Lufkin & Jenrette 
Dow Jones & Co, inc. 



Dresser Foundation, Inc. 
Duke Power Co. 

Dun & Bradstreet Co. Foundation 
The Duncanson & Holt Group 
Educators Mutual Life Insurance 

Company 
Emerson Electric Co. 
Emery Worldwide 
Equitable Investment Corporation 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 
Equitable Real Estate 
ERA Bowen Agency, Inc. 
Ernst & Whinney 
Exxon Foundation 
Federal National Mortgage 

Association 
Federated Department 

Stores, Inc. 
Fidelity Bank 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Company 
First Interstate Bank of California 
Fisher, Clark & Lauer 
Foote Mineral Company 
Ford Motor Company Fund 
Forest Home Systems, Inc. 
Foster Wheeler Corporation 
Furman Foods, Inc. 
Gary's Farmhouse Restaurant 
General Defense Corporation 
General Dynamics Corporation 
General Electric Foundation 
General Signal 
Gettig Technologies, Inc 
RH. Glatfelter Co. 
Golden Arrow Motel & Restaurant 
Golden Corral Family Restaurant 
Governor Snyder Mansion Gifts 
Graci's Flowers 
Great Northern Nekoosa Corp. 
Wm. F Groce, Inc. 
The Guardian Life Trust 
Gulf + Western Foundation 
Hanover Brands, Inc. 
Harper & Row Publishers, Inc. 
Hartford Insurance Group 

Foundation, Inc. 
Hershey Foods Corporation Fund 
Hershey Trust Co. 
Hewlett-Packard 
Historical Times, Inc. 
Hoffmann La Roche Foundation 
Honeywell Fund 
Hughes Aircraft Company 
IBM Matching Grants Program 
Ingersoll-Rand 

International Flavors & Fragrances 
International Telephone & 

Telegraph 
Irving One Wall Street 

Foundation, Inc 
Itek Optical Systems 
J. B. Donahoe Interiors 
John Hancock Mutual Life 

Insurance Co. 
Johnson & Johnson 
K-Mart Stores 
Barry Kahn, DOR 
Keller Beer Distributor 
Keller Marine Service, Inc. 
Kennametal Foundation 
Kidder Peabody Foundation 
J. Kleinbauer, Inc. 
Kraft. Inc. 

Kratzer Oil Company, Inc. 
Kreamer Feed Store 
Kutztown Publishing Co , Inc. 
Legg Mason Warren YDrk, inc. 



Lutheran Brotherhood 

M. Gubm &Son 

Mack Trucks, Inc. 

R. H. Macy&Co., Inc. 

Marine Midland Bank, NA 

Martin Marietta Corporation 

Mary Macintosh 

The May Stores Foundation, Inc. 

Meckley's Limestone Products, Inc 

Medical & Surgical Center, Inc. 

Mellon Bank 

Merck Foundation 

Meridian Bank 

Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 

Mid-Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 

Middleswarth Kitchen Fresh Chips 

Midlantic National Bank 

Edward Mihalik, Jr., Esquire 

Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 

Mobil Foundation, Inc. 

Mohawk Flush Doors 

Moore Business Forms 

John Moore, Esquire 

Morgan Guaranty Trust Company 

of New York 
Mohammad M, Munir, M.D. 
NCB Bank 
Nabisco, Inc. 
National Grange Mutual Insurance 

Company 
National Ticket Company 
Nationwide Foundation 
Nationwide Insurance Co. 
National Gypsum Company 
New England Telephone 
New York Stock Exchange 
The New York Times Co. 

Foundation 
Bob Newman, Inc. 
Newton Advertising 
North American Philips Corp. 
Northern Central Bank 
Northway Industries, Inc. 
Northwestern Mutual Life 
The Optometries Office 
OtI Rackagings, Inc, 
Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
Pacific Telesis 
John Ragana, M.D. 
Reat, Man«ick, Mitchell Foundation 
Renn Lyon Homes, Inc. 
Penn Valley Printing Co. 
Pennsylvania Gas and Water Co. 
Pennsylvania House 
Pennsylvania Power & 

Light Company 
Pennwalt Foundation 
Pteiffer-Nagmey Insurance, Inc. 
Pfizer, Inc. 

Philadelphia National Bank 
Philip Morris 
Philips Industries 
Phillips Motel 
The Picture Place 
Plaza House Furniture 
Portion Pack Food Service Inc. 
Price Waterhouse Foundation 
Proctor and Gamble 
Provident Mutual Life Insurance 
Prudential Foundation 
Public Service Electric & Gas Co, 
Purdy Insurance Agency, Inc. 
RCA Records 
Rea & Derick. Inc. 
The Record 

Reed's Real French Cleaners 
Rexnord Foundation, Inc 



Rhoads Mills, Inc. 

Ritz-Craft Corporation of PA, Inc. 

Rohm & Haas Co. 

Rorer Group, Inc. 

Marvin J. Rudnitsky, Esquire 

Ryder System, Inc. 

Salomon, Inc. 

Mohammad M. Samad, M.D. 

Sandoz, Inc. 

Santa Fe Southern Pacific 

Foundation 
Sara Lee Foundation 
Scott Paper Company Foundation 
Sea-Land Corporation 
Seagull Energy Corporation 
Selinsgrove Dental Associates 
Selinsgrove Motors, Inc. 
Selinsgrove Sub Shop 
Selmax Corporation 
Shaffer & Son Insurance Agency 
L. Shellenberger & Sons, Inc. 
Shenwin Williams Foundation 
Silvertip, Inc. 

Singer Company Foundation 
Smeltz Auto Sales Co. 
LB. Smith Educational Foundation 
SmithKline Beckman Foundation 
Snyder County Trust Co. 
Southern California Gas Company 
Southern New England Telephone 
Squibb Corporation 
The St. Paul Companies. Inc. 
Slackpole Corporation 
Stale Farm Companies Foundation 
Steininger Laundry & Dry Cleaning 
Sterling Drug. Inc. 
Stone and Webster, Inc. 
Sirawbridge and Clothier 
Stroehmann Brothers Co. 
SunAir Communications 
Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation 
Sunbury Textile Mills, Inc. 
Susan Abuza Associates, Inc. 
The Susquehanna Inn 
Susquehanna Valley Mall 

Merchants Association 
Susquehanna Valley White 
Swineford National Bank 
Sybron Corporation 
Tambrands, Inc. 
Tedd's Landing, Inc. 
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp. 
Toyota Motor Sales USA, inc. 
R. U. Troutman & Sons, Inc. 
Tru-Bilt Lumber Co. 
Unisys Corporation 
United Parcel Service Foundation 
United States Borax & Chemical 

Corporation 
United Technologies 
Universal Suppliers, Inc. 
Valley Farms Dairy 
Valley Toyota-AMC-Jeep-Renaull 
Vanguard Group, Inc. 
Village TV and Stereo 
Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 
Warner Lambert Co. 
Washington National Insurance Co. 
Weis Markets, Inc. 
Westinghouse Educational 

Foundation 
Willamette Industries, Inc. 
David Wilson, D.M.D. 
Harold F Woelfel, Jr, Esquire 
Wood Metal Industries, Inc 
Yellow Freight System Foundation 
Young Door Company 



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24 



Churches and 
Organizations 

Aid Association for Lutherans 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

Waynesboro, PA 
Grace Lutheran Church, 

Philadelphia. PA. 

in memory of Patricia Hallman 
Trinity Lutheran Church. 

Hershey, PA 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
Lutheran Church in America 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
St. Johns Lutheran Church, 

Bellefonte, PA 
St- Paul Evangelical Lutheran. 

Fayetteville. PA 
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 

Church, Lititz, PA 
Theta Chi Fraternity - 

Beta Omega Chapter, in memory 

of Kenneth Donnahoo 
Trinity Lutheran Church, 

Johnsto«m. PA 
Margaret L. Wendt Foundation 
Womens Auxiliary 

of Susquehanna University 
Zion Lutheran Church, 

Sunbury. PA 

Honorary Degree 
Recipients 

Paul Boeder hc'76 
Helen Decker Blough hc'87 
Charles B. Degenstein hc'82 
Harold A. Dunkelberger hc'79 
John C. Horn hc'65 
Theodore Lindquist hc'75 
Dorothy Burnett Porter hc'71 
Henry W. Rozenberg hc'73 
Robert E. Schellberg hc'70 
Theodore F Schneider hc'85 
Ruth Juram Smith hc'82 
Reuben T. Swanson hc'81 
Alan R. Warehime hc'82 



Bequests 



In 1986-87, bequests 
were received from the 
tbllowing individuals: 

Eleanor R. Landes 
Elizabeth Epier Long 
H/lyra Oels 

Alice N. Musselman '12 
John E. Thompson '09 



Gifts In Kind 

Helen Decker Blough hc'87 
Ruth G. Botdorf and 

Elizabeth M. Botdorf 
Robert and Carol Bradford 
James J. Campbell '63 
Samuel H. Evert 
Paul Foreman 




Mrs. Russell W. Gilbert 
Hewlett-Packard 
Theodosia Hoffman 
Jack and Sidonie Holt 
Larry M. '43 and 

Louise Kresge '45 Issacs 
Paul A. Metz '81 
Bruce and Doria Nary 
William M. Perrige 
Otto and Beulah Reimherr 
Maureen Davenport '62 

and Rodney Ries 
Kim Seong-jin 
Vivian V. Simpson 
Harvey M. Smeltz 
Howard E. and Beverly J. Stoelting 
Gene and Margaret Urey 
U.S. Government Library Services, 

Title III Grant 
Dennis and Judith Van 
S. Majorie Weaver 
Dan and Sally Wheaton 
Lucille R. Zehner 



1986-87 
Endowments 

Tfie Class of 1937 Scholarship 
Fund, established by the 
members of the Class in 
commemoration of their 
50th Reunion. 

The Luther Day Grossman '16 
Scholarship Fund, initiated 
by Martin Luther Grossman 
'25, in honor of Luther 
Grossman's service to 
Susquehanna as Athletic 
Director from 1927 to 1935. 

The Elizabeth EpIer Long 
Scholarship Fund, estab- 
lished by her bequest. 



The Erie I. Shobert, II '35 
and IVIarjorie S. Shobert 
Scholarship Fund, estab- 
lished by the Board of 
Directors of Susquehanna 
University in recognition 
of Dr. and tVlrs. Shobert's 
invaluable service to the 
University, and on the 
occasion of Dr. Shobert's 
retirement as Chairman of 
the Board. 

The Emery H. Turnbach 
Scholarship Fund, estab- 
lished by Lorraine Turnbach 
Benjamin '43, in honor of 
her grandfather. 

The Robert and Jane Harding 
Unrestricted Endowment 
Fund, established by Mr. 
and Mrs. Harding, parents 
of Scott Harding '88. 

The Carl M. '63 and Kathryn 
W/. Moyer Unrestricted 
Endowment. 

The Florence and Saul 
Putterman Fund for the 
Visual Arts, established by 
Florence Putterman, a mem- 
ber of the Susquehanna 
art faculty, and her hus- 
band, Saul, a member of 
Susquehanna's Board of 
Directors. 

The Williamson/Spitzner 
Unrestricted Endowment 
Fund, established through 
a bequest by Ms. Elizabeth 
Williamson in honor and 
memory of Clyde R. Spitzner 
'37, a long-time member of 
Susquehanna's Board of 
Directors. 



Volunteer Leadership 

1986-87 National Committee on 
Annual Giving 



Samuel D. Ross. '54. Omirper 
Douglas E. Arthur '49 
Vincent E, Boyer "52 
Hazel Brobst Brown '51 
Leslie R. Butler '62 
Robert G. Carr '75 
William C. Davenport '53 
W. Donald Fisfier '51 
Robert A. Gabrenya '40 



Lawrence M. Isaacs '43 
Raymond C. Lauver '50 
Peter M. Nunn '57 
Leah Cryder Oberheim "47 
Edward F Pfeiffer '50 
Christopher D. Rooke '82 
Louis F. Santangelo '50 
Nevin C. T. Shaffer X'49 
Donald E. Wissinger '50 



Parents Executive Committee 

Donald and Geraldine Pager, Co-chairpersons. New Canaan, Connccticiii 

Jack '57 and Joan Bishop, Hershey. Pennsylvania 

Sam and Patricia Cerverizzo, Chatham Township, New Jersey 

Nicholas and Barbara Costalas. Short Hills. New Jersey 

Richard '65 and Margaret Fenstermacher, Ponsville, Pennsylvania 

Vincent and Peggy Furey, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 

Ralph and Johanna Giasi. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

LeRoy and Delores Gorman, Wayne, Pennsylvania 

Robert and Jane Harding, Port Washington, New York 

Paul and Phyllis Heim. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 

Ronald and Jeanne Leib, Ltmcaster, Pennsylvania 

Alexander and Margaret Perritl. Highlslown, New Jersey 

George and Rose Marie Snyder, Richfield, Pennsylvania 

Seflon and Ann Stallard, New Vernon, New Jersey 

Alfred and Beverly Nunan. Bay Head, New Jersey 



Class Agents 

Marion Moyer Potleiger "09-19 

John Bittinger '20-25 

William Roberts "28-29 

Wellington ""Duke"" Hanman '?>0 

Paul Hartlme "31 

Martha Gessner Anderson '32 

Fred Carl "33 

Harold Rowe "34 

John Rakshys '38 

Robert Basiress '39 

William Gehron '40 

Mary Emma Yoder Jones '41 

Blanche Forney Rogers '42 

Ruth McCorkill '43 

Ethel Wilson Kerschner "44 

Corinne Kahn Kramer '45 

Mary Lizzio Govekar '47 

Robert Wohlsen "48 

Betsy Hill Clark "49 

Richard Westervelt '50 

Elmer Baumgardner "52 

Lillian Wittington Roush "53 

Carlene Lamade Schock "55 

Charles Bailes '56 

Lynn Hassinger Askew "57 



Carolyn Gillaspie Snow "58 
Jack Cisney "59 
Don Coleman "60 
Gary Moore "61 
Robert Smith "62 
Irene Etter Schmehl "63 
Carl Campbell "65 
Richard Hough "67 
Kenneth Selinger '68 
Whitney Gay "71 
Donald Steele '73 
Barbara Dalrymple Dunn "74 
Barbara Shatto Harvey "75 
Dan Dilzler "77 
Judith Rile "78 
Susan Odjakjian "79 
Edwina Kelley '80 
Stephen Neff "81 
Amy Greenhow Nye "82 
Roger Allen Baker "83 
Fredrick Cabell "84 
Margaret Anne Finley "85 
Douglas "Vago "86 
Jim Faust "87 



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DONOR REPORT 

25 



Campus Phonathon 
Student Volunteers 

Kimberlec Gorman "88. Chairperson 
Paul Brady '87. Weekly Caplain 
Polly Cooper '89. Weekly Caplain 
Diane Herdling '88, Weekly Captain 
Rob Miller '88. Weekly Caplain 
John Yarusi '90. Publicity Coordinator 

Team Captains 

Amy Baran '89 
Sieve Cook 88 
Todd Coolidge '88 
Kay Czap '88 
Jim Fausi '87 
Barbara Harrison "88 
Maureen Hassett '88 
Alice Jeremko "87 
Rob Miller '88 
Bill Mueller '89 
Sean O'Keefe '90 
Kevin Sharpe '89 
John Yarusi '90 

Regional Phonathon Volunteers 

South Jersey 

Judith Arnold Mclntyre '62, Chairperson 

Barbara Beans '79 

Robert Cunis '63 

Ralph Shockey "36 

Douglas Spoils '63 

Patricia Shinlay Spoils '64 

Robert Winter '48 

Philadelphia 

William Babiash '85. Chairperson 
Douglas Hornberger '77 
David Sweigard '86 
John Thalheimer '85 

Harrisburg 

D. Edgar "Ted" Hutchison '34, Chairperson 

Lee Boyer '26 

Harold Greenly '50 

Aberdeen Phillips Hutchison '34 

North Jersey 

Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson '77, Co-Chairperson 

David Atkinson '77, Co-Chairperson 

Roben Carr '75 

John and Joan Considine, Parents '90 

Bruce Fehn '77 

Susan McCarthy '84 

Carolyn Murphy '84 

Linda Reckenbeil '84 

Gary Rickenaker '76 

Allentown 

Barbara Frack. Parent '90 
Ralph Giasi. Parent '90 
John Ickes '42 
Ella Koch Kunkle X'60 

Susquehanna Valley 

Diane Herbert Wall '86. Chairperson 
Karen Johnson Thompson '80 
Penelope Norwood Margoles '78 
Rik Paulsen. Parent '89 
Dorothy Shifter Wesner '81 
Cindy Wahl '86 



Class of '37 

50th Reunion Gift Committee 

E. Raymond Shaheen. Chairperson 

Eleanor Jones Barnes 

Donald A. Gaver 

Lester J. Karschner 

Woodrow J. Klinger 

Mary Beth Richard Knight 

J. Chester Long 

B. Henry Shafer 

Margaret Roush Shekletski 

Helen Wentzel Spitzner 

Faculty and Staff 

Neil Poller. Chairperson 

Class of 1987 Senior Pledge 
Program Volunteers 

James Fausl. Cluis Agent 

Peler Ashey. Co-Agent 

Cynthia Lain, Co-Agent 

Laura Beckie. Team Captain 

Julie Bradford. Team Captain 

Linda Hagelgans. Team Captain 

Claudia Kuhn. Team Captain 

Patricia Naumyk. Team Captain 

Beth Noble. Team Captain 

Robena Reaid, Team Captain 

Tammy Smith, Team Caplain 

John Underkoffler, Team Captain 

April Beauchamp 

Jennifer Berman 

Rebecca Defibaugh 

Janet DeLong 

Beth Heffner 

Kathryn Heller 

Elizabeth Huff 

Thomas Kauffman 

Kathleen Kloss 

Laura Marr 

Nora McCarthy 

Paul McHenry 

Kenneth Newman 

David Nguyen 

Janine Parker 

Christine Rensch 

Edward Shuman 

Deirdre Vaughn 

Scott Wachenfeld 

Jeffrey Walker 

Cynthia Walter 

Sharon Ward 




Business and Industry Campaign 

Frederick W. Kelly '66, Chairperson 



Steering Committee 

Carl Bellas 
Frederick Bisbee 
Willard Bowen "69 
Karen Hackman 78 
Lawrence Isaacs '43 
Norman Lauer "62 
Edward Pfeiffer '50 
Truman Purdy 
Marvin Rudnitsky 
Robert Soper 
Henry Truslow 

Volunteer Team 

Walter Anderson 
Kathy Aumiller 
Edward Barben '78 
Richard Bechlel '72 
Richard Bilger 
Arthur Bowen "65 
Raymond Bowen 



Howard Campbell 
William Clark "62 
John Dagle 
Richard Erdley 
Mollie Eysier 
Richard Eysier '56 
George Pecker 
James Heistand 
Joe Kleinbauer '63 
Edward Kraus 
Kenneth Mease X'50 
Paul Morelock 
F B. Paulsen 
William Purdy 
Chris Purdy 
Craig Purdy 
Howard Schnure 
Robert Singer 
Jack Treas 
David Wilson 
William Witkop 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

26 




Board of Directors 



Officers 

Harold O'Connor, Chairman* 

Smie College. PA 
Lawrence M. Isaacs '43, 

Vice Chairman* 

Selinsgrove, PA 
Robert F. Weis, Vice Chairman* 

Sunbury, PA 
Donald E. Wissinger "50, 

Vice Chairman* 

Alumiui. PA 
John A. Carpenter, Esq., 

Secretary* 

Sunhuiy. PA 
John C. Horn, Chair Emeritus 

Huiiiiiifiiloii. PA 

Ex Officio 

Joel L. Cunningham* 

Selinsgrove, PA 
The Rev. Howard J. McCarney 

Camr Hill. PA 

Sidney A, Apfelbauni, Esq. 

Sunbury. PA 
Jane C. Apple 

Lewisburg. PA 



Douglas E. Anhur '49* 

Harrisburg. PA 
Frederick W. Bisbee* 

Sunbury. PA 
Hazel Brobst Brown '51 

Camp Hill. PA 
Leslie R. Butler '62 

Sewell. NJ 
Douglas B. Carlson '88 

Poughkeepsie. NY 
John A. Carpenter, Esq. 

Sunbury. PA 
Hans E. Feldmann 

Selinsgrove, PA 
The Rev. David Fisher 

Millersville. PA 
W. Donald Fisher '51 

Selinsgrove, PA 
Kenneth O. Fladmark 

Selinsgrove. PA 
The Rev. Waller B. Freed* 

Rochester, NY 
William A. Gettig* 

Spring Mills. PA 
Gerald N. Hall 

Mechanicsburg, PA 



Alan Hassman 

Camp Hill. PA 
Lawrence M. Isaacs '43* 

Selinsgrove, PA 
Raymond C. Lauver '50* 

New Canaan . CT 
John R. Miller, Esq. 

Bellefonle. PA 
Albert R Molinaro '50 

Lebanon. NJ 
Lawrence E. Mundis, Jr. '66 

Huntingdon. PA 
Peter M. Nunn '57 

Potomac, MD 
Harold C. O'Connor* 

Slate College. PA 
Saul Putterman 

Selinsgrove. PA 
Samuel D. Ross '54* 

Carli.sle. PA 
Erie I. Shobertll '35* 

St. Marys. PA 
Norrine Bailey Spencer '68 

Blackshurg. VA 
The Rev Robert G. Swanson 

Johnstown, PA 



Richard J. Thomas "87 

Cinnaminson. NJ 
Robert F Weis* 

Sunbury, PA 
Richard F. Wesner 

Danville, PA 
Donald E. Wissinger '50* 

Hollidaysburg, PA 



Honorary Member 

Charles B. Degenstein 
Selinsgrove. PA 



Board Members Emeriti 

Preston B. Davis 

Milton. PA 
Samuel H. Evert 

Bloomsburg. PA 
Lawrence C. Fisher 

York, PA 
John C. Horn 

Huntingdon, PA 
Orlando W. Houts 

State College, PA 



The Rev. Paul B. Lucas 

Chambersburg, PA 
Robert U. Redpath, Jr. 

South Orange. NJ 
Henry W. Rozenberg 

Jersey Shore, PA 
Carl H. Simon 

Sun dry, AZ 
Preston H. Smith 

Williamsport , PA 
W. Alfred Streamer 

Ventura. CA 
Norman E. Walz 

Sunbury. PA 
Alan R. Warehime 

Hanover, PA 
Gustave W. Weber 

Selinsgrove, PA 

^Executive Committee member 



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DONOR REPORT 

27 



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u —Widows or Widowers of Retirees Eligible 
—Companies Added Since Last Year 
Italics —Greater than 1 to 1 Match 



© 1987 Councilfor Advancement and Support ot Education With permission W-8-87-153. 

This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without written permission ot the Council for Advancement and Support ot Education. Washington. D C 



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The Chase Manhattan Corp. 

(J.CU.G.R).d.r 
Chemical Bank (AU),d.r,s.t.u 
Chemlech Industries, Inc (AII).A 
Chesapeake Corp (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone 

Companies (All).d.r.s 
Chesebrough-Pond's. Inc 

(J.C.U.G.T).d.r 
Chessie System Railroads 

(AII.LIM).d.s 
Chevron Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
• Chicago Pacific Corp (UG).d 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co 

(J,CU,G.T),d.r 
Chicago Title and Trust Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
' Chicago Tnbune Cki (All) 
Chrysler Corp 



Chubb L 



Co c 



a (All).d 



Chubb & Son Ir 

Church & Dwighi Co , Inc (U) 

Churcti Mutual Insurance Co 
(J.C.U.G).d.r 

CIBA-GEIGY Corp (All).d 

CIGNA Corp (All).d.r 

Cincinnati Bell, Inc (J.C.U.G.T.LIM) 

CiWcorplCiUbank (All).d.r 

Citizens Fidelity Bank & Trust Co. 
(J.CU.G.R) 

The Citizens and Southern Geor- 
gia Corp (J.C.U,G).r 

The Citizens and Southern South 
Carolina Corp (J,C,U.G.R).d.r.s 

The Cleveland-Clitts Iron Co (All).d.r 

Cleveland Electric illuminating Co 
(All).d.r 

The Clorox Co (J.CU.G) 

Cluen. Peabody & Co . Inc 
(U.G.R).d 

Coals & Clark. Inc (All).r 

The Coca-Cola Ck> (All).d.r.s.i 

The Coleman Co , Inc (J.C.U).r.s.t 

Colgate-Palmolive Co 
(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 

Collins & Aikman Corp (Alt) 

Colonial Bancorp, Inc (All).r 

Colonial Parking Inc (U) 

Colonial Penn Group. Inc 
(J.C.U.G.R).d.r.s 

Columbia Gas System. Inc 
(J.C.U.G.R),d.r 

The Columbus Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co (J.CU.G.R) 

Combustion Engmeenng, Inc 
(All).d.f 

Comencainc (J.CU.G.R) 

Companies (All).d.r.s 
Commonwealth Energy System, 

Inc (J.U.G.R.T).r 
Commonwealth Insurance Co (All) 
Communications Satellite Corp 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Connecticut Bank & Trust Co 

(J.C.U.G.Rirs 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (All).r 
Conneclicul Natural Gas Corp 

(J.C.U.G) 
Connecticut Savings Bank (Ail) 
Conoco Inc (J.CU.G.T).d.r 
■ Consolidated Edison Co ol New 

ftrt. Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d.r 



Dam Bosworth Inc (All) 
Dana Corp (All).d.r.s.t 
The Danfodh Foundation (All) 
DEKALB Corp (All).d 
Detoitte Haskins & Se\\s(UG.T).r 
• Delta Air Lines. Inc (C.U.G.R.T),d 
DettaUSCorp (J.C.U.G.T).A.d 
Deluxe Check Printers. Inc (All).d.r 
Oennison Manulacturing Co 

(All).d.s 
Deposit Guaranly National Bank 

DeSoiO. Inc (U.G).d.r 

Detroit Edison Co (All).d 

AWG Oewarlnc (J.UG.R.Pr).A.s 

The Dexter Corp (J.C.U.G.T.LIM).d.s 

Diamond Crystal Salt Co (All) 

Diamond Shamnxk Corp (All) 

Diico Uboratories (All) 

Oigilal Equipment Corp (All),d,rs 

Dillingham Corp (All).d 

Dominion Resources. Inc (All).d,r 

Donaldson Co Inc (All) 

R R Donnelley & Sons Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Dove-Knighl and Associates, PA , 

Architects fL^IA 
The Dow Chemical Co 

(J.C.U.G.R.LIM).d.r 
DoM Corning Corp (All).r.u 
Dew Jones & Co. Inc (All),d.r 
Dravo Corp (U.G),d 
Dresser Industnes. Inc (U.G.R).d.r 
Dry Dock Savings Bank (J.C.UG) 
Duke Power Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
The Dun & Bradstreel Corp 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Durham Corp ( J.C.U.G, R.T).d. LIM 
Duty Free Shoppers Group Ltd 



(All).d 



(Atl).d.r.s 
Eaton Corp (All).d 
Economics Laboratory, 
Educators ^ 

Co (All). A 
Egan Machinery Co (J.U.G) 
EIIAqui 



irCo 



• Emery Air Freight Corp 

(J.C.U.GI.d.r 
Emhan Corp (All).d.'.s 
Engelhard Corp (J.CU.G.R) 
Engineered Systems & Develop- 

meniCorp (J.C.U.G) 
Enron Corp (C.U.G.R).r 
ENSERCHCorp (J.C.U.G.T) 
Ensign-Bicktord Foundation 

(All).d.rs 
EnvirolechCorp (J.C.U.G.T) 
EquibankfJ,C,UG,fl;.r 
The Equitable Lite Assurance Soci 

etyolihe United Stales 



Elhicon. Inc (All).r 
Ethyl Corp (C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
■ European American Bank (J.C.U.G) 
Ex-Cell-O Corp (All).a 
Exxon Education Foundation 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

28 



FMC Corp (AJI) 

Facei Enlerprises. Inc (Ml 

Factory Mutual Engineering anc 

Research/ Service Bureau 

IJ.C.U.G.R).A 



Fa.fc 



: (All) 



Farm Credit Banks o! Springfield 

(J.C.U.G.TI 
Federal-Mogul Corp (All),d.rs 
Federal National Mortgage Associ- 
ation W,C,UG,fl/tf,f 
Federated Department Stores, Inc 

(All).d.r 
FerroCorp (J.C.UGJ).a 
Fidelity Bank (U.G.FII.d.r.UM 
Fiduciary Trust Co (Boston) 






e & Rubber Co 



(Alll.d 



FirslBancorp. Inc (All/.A 
First Bank System. Inc (Alll.r 
The First Boslon Corp (All).r 
First Chicago Corp /The First Na- 
tional Bank of Chicago 
(J.C,U.G.R).d,s 
First Hawaiian, Inc (J.U.G.UM}.d.r 
Firsi Interstate Bank ol California 



(Allld. 



ik of Oregon, 
k (UG.UM).r 
terslale Bank of Washing- 

. NA (U.G.R.Tld. 



y Nai'O 



II Corp 



(J.C.U.G.R) 

FifSI Maryland Bancorp (A//|r 

First Mississippi Corp (Aliyd 

First National Bank in Bartlesville. 
Oklahoma <J.C,UI 

The First National Bank ol Atlanta 
(JCUGR) 

First National Bank of Pennsylva- 
nia fA//J 

First Union Corp (All) 

FirsI Valley Bank (First Valley Corp ) 
(J.C.U.Gl.d.r 

First Virginia Banks, Inc (U.Gl.d 
il Bank (J.C.UG) 



Fluor ( 



3 (All).a 



Ford Motor Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.f 
Ford Motor Co ol Canada, Lid 

tU.G).d 
Foster Wheeler Corp (U.G.R.T) 
TheFoxboroCo (All).d.r 
Frvaport-McMoRan. Inc 

(J.C.U.Ghd.i 
FruehautCorp (J.C.U.G.R).d 
HB Fuller Co (Allld.r 
Funderburke & Associates, Inc 

(All).d 



GATX Corp (All) 
GTE Corp (J.C.U,G).d.f 
Gallatin National Bank (U.G.R) 
E &J Gallo Winery fj,CUG),A 
Gannett Foundation (All) 
Gary-WilliafT>s Oil Producer/The 



ion Four 



n (Alll.r 



Gast Manufacturing Corp (All) 
The Gates Corp (J.C.UG.R).r 
GenCorpInc (All),d.r 
General Accident Insurance Co o 

America WCU.GU 
General Cable Co (All) 
General Cinema Corp (J.C,U,G) 
General Defense Corp (All) 
General Dynamics Corp (J.U).d 
General Electric Foundation 

<All).A:d,f 
General Foods Corp (J.C.U.G.R),r.: 
General Foods, Inc fUGUs 
General Housewares Corp 

(J.CU.G.R.Prl.d 
General Mills. Inc (All).d.r 
General Re Corp (U.G).' 
General Signal Corp (J.C.U.G.T) 



Gibbsfi, Hill, Inc (U) 

Gilbane Building Co (J.CU.G.T) 

Tf>e Gillette Co (U.G,T),r 

Gilman Paper Co (All},d 

P M GlatlelterCo (J.CU,G.Ti,r.s 

Glaxo, Inc (J.C.UGI 

Goldman, Sachs & Co (All) 

Goldome (Alli 

Good Value Homes, Inc 

(U.G.R.UM).r 
TheBFGoodnchCo (J.U.GI.A.d.$ 
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 

(U.G).d.r 
Gould, Inc (J.C.U.G.RI.S 
Goulds Pumps. Inc (CU.GRT) 
Government Emplovees Insurant 

Co (U.G.R).d 
WR Grace* Co (J.C.U.Gl.d.r 
WW Grsif^ger. IrK (All) 
GrandMet USA. Inc (M) 
Grant Thornton (U.G) 
TTie Graphic Pnnting Co I 
Great Lakes Carbon Corp 



Great Northern Nekoosa Corp 

(All).d.r 
Great West Casualty Co (UG).d 
Greenwood Mills, inc (U.G.R.T).r.s 
Gregory Poole Equipment Co (All) 
.iohn Grenzebach & Associates 

(UGI.LIM 
Gnnnell Mutual Reinsurance Co 

(J.CU) 
GrvmmanCorp (J,C.U.LIMI.d,r,^ 
The Guardian Lite Insurance Co of 

Ammca (J.C.UG).d.r,s.t.u 
Gull States Utilities (J.C.UG).d 
Guff + Western Inc 

(J.C.UG.TUM).r.UM 



Hackney Induslnes Inc (All) 

nCo (J.U.G.R).d.r.UM 
k Cards. Inc (All) 
n Bank (All).d,' 

III Paper Co (U.G.R) 

* Hampton & Harper. Inc (All) 
M A Hanna Co (All) 
Harper & Row Publishers. Inc 

(All).d 
hari\s Bank (All).A.d.r 
HarnsCorp (J,C.U.G.R).d 
HarscoCorp (J.C.UG.B.Pr) 
The Hartford Insurance Group 

(U.RI.d.r.s 
Hartford National Corp (All).d.r 
The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspec- 
tion and Insurance Co (All).d.r.s 
HartmamCorp (U.G.R).d 
HJ HeimCo (All).d.r 
Hercules Inc (All).a.r 
Hershey Entertainment & Resort 

Co (J.C.UG.T).r.s 
Hersh&y Foods Coip 

(J.C.UG.R).d.r.s.r.u 
Hewitt Associates (All) 
Hewlett-Packard Co (U.G.R).d 
TheHlgbeeCo (J.CUG.UM) 
Hill Acme Co (U.G.Pr).UM 
Hoffman-LaRoche Inc (All).r 
Holiday Corp (J.C.U.G) 
Holmes & Narver, Inc 

(J.C.UG.T.UM) 
Homeslake Mining Co 

(J.C.UG.T).d.s 
Honeywell Inc (U.Gj.d.r.s 
Geo A Hormel&Co (J.C.U.G.R).S 
Hospital Corp of America ('A//),0,i- 
Houghton Mifllin Co (All),d.r,s 
Household International. Inc 

(J.C.U,G.LIM).d.r 
Hubbard Milling Co (UG.R) 
Harvey Hubbell, Inc (J.C.U.G.r).d 
JM HuberCorp (All).d.s 
Huck Manulacturing Co. (J.C.UG) 
HuftyCorp (All).d.S 
Hughes Aircraft Co (AII.LfM) 
Hughes Tool Co (U).r 
•EF Hut1on&Co,lnc (M) 

• The Hydraulic Co (All).d 



c (J.U.G) 
: (J.CUGXi.A 
IDS Financial Services Inc 

(AII.LIM).s 
ITT Corp (J.C.UG).d,f 
lU International CJ,C,U,G,7),d 
Illinois Ball (C. U.G. R).d. r 
Illinois Tool Works Inc (All).d.r 
Irtdtar^a Bell Telephone Co, . Ir 



Ingersoll-Hand Co (All).d.r 
Innovation Packaging, Inc 

(U.G.Pr).A.d.r 
Instron Corp (Atl).d 
IntegonCorp (All) 
Intel Corp (J.C.U.G) 
Intelligent Coni/ols. Inc (All) 
The Interlake Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
International Business Machines 

Corp (All).d.r.s.t.u 
International Flavors and 

:. (AII,UM) 






(AJI) 



MCUG.flW 



International Minerals & ( 

Corp (All),d.r.u 
International Multltoods Corp 

<AJt.LIM}.d.r 
International Paper Ca (All).d 
' Iowa Resources Inc (All},ti.r.s,. 



JSJCorp (J.QU.G.T).d.r 
Jack Eckerd Corp (AII).d 
James River Corp (All).d 
Jamesbury Corp (All) 
Jefferies 4 Co , Inc (All).s 
The Jefferson Mills. Inc (UM) 

Co (All),d 
Jefferson-Piloi Corp (J.C.U.Q.R).d.r 
j0/^Coa. Inc (J,C.U.G.R).d 



Johnsons Co, Inc 

(J,C.U.G.Pr).d.r 
jhnson Controls. Inc (AlO.d.r 
ihnson & Higgins (AII).r.s.UM 
}hnson & Johnson (J.C.U.G.Rj.d 
C Johnson & Son. Inc (All).d.> 
)nes Group, inc (J.C.U.G,R).UK 
)Stens, Inc (AII).A,d.r.s.tM.LIM 



Inc (AID.d 
Karmazin Products Corp. (U.G) 
Kearney-National Inc (U.G.R.T) 
KeeblerCo (J.C.U.R.T) 
Keefe, Bruyene & Woods. Inc (All) 
Kellogg Co (Ali).d.r 
The M W Kellogg Co (All) 
Kemper Group (A!l).d 
The Kendall Co (U.G.RJ).r.s.t.u 
Kennamelat Inc (U.G.R.T) 
TheKeriteCo (J.C.U.G.UM) 
Kerr-McGee Corp (AII).r.UM 
Kersting, Brown & Co . Inc. (U) 
Walter Kidde a Co (U.G).A 
Kidder, Peabody & Co , Inc (M.Pr) 
Kingsbury Machine Tool Corp 

(All).A.d.s 
Kiplinger Washington Editors 

(All).d.r.s.t 
Knighi-Ridder Newspapers, Inc 

(J.C.U.G).d.r 
H Kohnslamm 4 Co . Inc 

(C.U.G.T).A 
Koppers Co , Inc (J,C.UGT),d.r,s 
Ralph Korte Construction Co . Inc 



<U).A 
• Kralt. Inc (J.C.U.G).d 



U Salle National Bank (J.C.U.G) 
The Lamson 4 Sessions Co (U.G) 
Lanier Business Products, Inc.. A 

Harris Co (AII).A 
The Law Co, Inc (C,U.G).A 
The Lawyers Co-operative Publish- 
ing Co (J.C.U.G) 
Lehigh Portland Cement Co 

(J.C.U.G) 
Lever Brothers Co (All),s 
Levi Strauss & Co (J.C,U.G).d.r 
The Liberty Corp (All).r.s 
Eh Lilly and Co (All).d.r 
Lincoln National Corp 
(J.C.U.G.T).d.r.s.l 
' Link Engineering Co , Inc (U) 
ThomasJ Lipton, Inc (AII).S 
Little, Brown and Co (J.C.U.G.ILIM) 
Loevre Corp (All) 

(J.CU.GTj.d 
Lotus D&relopment Corp 

(J.C.U.G.T).s 
The Louisiana Land and Exploration 

Co (All) 
Louisiana Power 4 Lighi Co (U) 
LubnzolCorp (All).d.r.s 
Lucky Stores, Inc (All).d 
Ludlow Corp (J.C.U.G,T).A.d.r,s 
Lukensinc (All).d 
Lummus Crest, Inc (C,U,G).d.r 



M/A-COM LINKABIT Inc (U.G.T) 

MCA INC (J.C.U.GI.S 

MSI insurance MCUGJ 

M 4 T Chemicals Inc (J.C.U.G) 

MTS Systems Corp (Alll.r 






n(AII).d 



Mack Trucks, Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
MacLean-Fogg Co (U.G.R.T) 
R. H Macy 4 Co , Inc (J.C.U.G.R).d 
MaguireOilCo (All) 



Marathon Oil Co (All).d.r 
Maremoni Corp (J.CU.G.T) 
The Manne Corp (All).r 
Manne Midland Bank, N A 

(J.C.UG.R),d 
Maritz Inc (J.C.U.GI.d 
Mark Controls Corp (J.CU.G.T) 
The MarieyCo (Ul 
Marsh 4 McLennan Cos , Inc 

(All).ds 
Maain Manetta Corp (All).d 



anceCo (J.U.G).d.s 
Manel, inc (J.C.U.G.T).d 
The May Department Stores Co 

(J.C.UG.R).d 
The Maytag Co (U}.d 



McDonnell Douglas Corp (C.U) 

McGraw-Hill. Inc (All).d.r 
McKesson Corp (All).d.r 
McQuay Inc (All).A.d 
The Mead Corp (All).d 
' Mebane Packaging Corp (All).d 
Mechanics Bank (A/y.s 
Medtronic, Inc (All) 
Mellon Bank Corp (J,C.U.G.R).d,r 
MenashaCorp (U.G.R.Pr).r 
Merck 4 Co , Inc (All).d.r 
MeredifhCorp (All.LIMI.d.r.s.t.u 
Mendian Bancorp, Inc (U.G.R).r 
Ment Oil Corp (All) 
Meritor Financial Group 

(J.C.UG. T).d 
MernllLynch4Co, Inc 

(J.C.U.G.R),d.r 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 

(J.C.U.G).d.r.s 
Mettler Instrument Corp. 

(J.C.U.G.R) 
Michigan Bell Telephone Ca 

(J.CUG.UM). A 



eCo 



(Aii).d. 



The Midland Mutual Life Insurance 

Co (All).d.r 
Midland-Ross Corp (J,C.U.R).d 
Midlantic Banks Inc (Alll.d 
Miehle-Goss-Dexler Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
Milhken 4 Co (J.C.U.G.R.Pr).d.r.UM 
Millipore Corp (All),d 
Milton Bradley Co (J.C.U.G.Pr) 

fining 4 Manufacturing 



Co, I 



: (All).d 



Minnesota Mutual Life Ir 

Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Mississippi Power 4 Light Co (U) 
The MITRE Corp (All).d 
Mobil Oil Corp (All),d.r 
MohascoCorp (J.C.U.G.R).A.d.s 
Monarch Capital Corp (J.C.U.G).d 
Monroe Auto Equipment Co (U).A 
Monsanto Co (J.C.U.G).d.r 
The Montana Power Co. 

(J,C.U,G.R).d.r 
Montgomery VifyrdACo. Inc. 

(J.CU.Glr 
Monumental Corp (J.C.U.G.R) 
MONY Financial Services 

(J.C.U.G.R).r.LIM 
MQOG Inc (Alll 
Moore Financial Group, Inc 

(J,C.U.G.T).d 
Moore McCormack Resources, 

Inc (J.U.G).d 



York (Alll.d.s.t 
Morgan Stanley 4 Co , Inc 

WCUGJ 
Mornson-Knudsen Co , Inc (All).d 
Morse Shoe, Inc (J.C.U.G) 
Morton Thiokol, Inc (U.G.D.d.r 
Motorola Inc (All).d.r 
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation 

(All).d 
Murphy Oil USA. Inc (All).d.rs 
Mutual Benelit Ue (J.C,U.G,R),d.r 
Mutual of America (C.U.G.R.T).d.r 
Mutual ol Omaha lJ,C,U,G,R),d.r,s,l 



NACCO Industries, Inc (All).d.S 

NCNBCorp (C.U.G.R.T) 

NCR Corp (All).d.s 

NL Industries, Inc (J.C.U.Gt.d 

NRC, Inc (All) 

Nabisco Brands. Inc (All).d.r.s.t,u 

Naico Chemical Co (C.UG.R.Tj.d.r 

National Bank ot Detroit (U).d 

National Can Corp (All).d 

National City Corp (All).s 

National Distillers and Chemical 

Corp (Alll.r 
National Gypsum Ck> (Allj.s 
National Life Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
National Medical Enterpnses, Inc 

(J.C.U.G).d 
National Steel Corp (C.UG.RJ) 
■ National Westminster Bank USA 

(J.C.UG).d.r 
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G. R),d.r 
Nepera, inc (J.C.U.G) 
The New England (J.U.G).d.r 
' New England Business Service. 

Inc (Aii).d.rs 
The New England Education Loan 

Marketing Corp (All) 
New England Electric System 

Companies fA//),d,r 
Nffiv England Telephone 

(J.C.U.G.T).d.r 
New Jersey Bell Telephone Co 

(J.CUG).d.r 
New Jersey Natural Gas Co 

(J.C.U.G.R) 
The New York Bank (or Savings 

■J.UG.Pr).A 






eCo 



MBanI 



U.GI 



Z(AII) 



(J.C.U.G.UM).d.r.LIM 
New York Stock Exchange, Inc 

(U.G).d 
Noft ^fyfk Telephone (J.C,U,G.T},d. 



The New ybrk Times Ca 

(J.C.UG.R).d.r 
The New Marker Magazine, Inc 

(J.U.G} 
Newmont Mining Corp (U),d 
Newsweek, Inc (All) 
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foun- 
dation, Inc. (All).d.s 
Nordson Corp (All).d 
Norfolk Southern Corp (Alt).d,r.s.l.u 
North American Philips Corp 

{AJI),d.r 
Northeast Utilities (All).dj.s 
Northern Illinois Gas (J.U.R).r.s 
Northem States Power Co (Atl).r 
Northern Telecom, Inc (J.CU.G.T) 
The Northern Trust Co. (All).d.r 
Northwest Airiines, Inc (All).d 
Northwest Industries, Inc (All).d 
Northwestern Bell Corp (All).d.r 
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co (All).d.r 
Northwestern National Ute Insur- 
ance Co (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Norton Co (All}.d.r.s 
WW Norton 4 Co . Inc (J.C.U.G).S 
NorwestCorp (All).r 
NoxellCorp (All).r.s 
John Nuveen 4 Co Inc (J.C.UG.PO 
NYNEXCorp (J.C.U.G.T).d.r 



Occid 



UAJI) 



Ohio Bell Telephone Co (All).d. 

Ohio Edison Co (All) 

The Ohio National Lile Insurance 

Co (All).d.r 
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co 

(J.C.U.G).d.r.s.t.u 
Old National Bancorporation (U) 
Old Stone Bank (All).d 
OlinCorp (J.C.U).d.r 
Oneida Lid (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Openaka Corp , Inc, (U.G) 
Oregon Portland Cement Co, 

(J.C.U.Q) 
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp 

(J.C.U.G).d.r.s 
Owens-Illinois. Inc. (All).d 
Oxtord Industries, Inc (J.U).A.LIM 



PHH Group, Inc ( J.C.U.G. T).d.r 
PPG Industries, Inc (J.C.U.G.R); 
PQCorp (J,C.U.G.T).d.r.s 
Paccar, inc (J.C.U.G.R).d 
Pacific Lighting Corp (All}.d. 
Pacific Mutual Life Insurant 



Co 



(m.d 



Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone 

Co (AII.LIM).d.r. 
Pacific Resources, Inc (J.CU) 
Pacific Telesis Group (U.G. R).d 
Pan-Amencan Lite Insurance Co 

<U.G).A 
Panhandle Eastern Corp (All).d.r 
Parker-Hannifin Corp (J.U.G.R).d 
The Paul Revere Cos (M) 
Pearte Health Services, Inc 

(J.C.U.GJ).A.r 
Peat. Manwick, Mitchell 4 Co 

(U.G).A.r 
PechineyCorp (All).s 
The F^nn Central Corp (AII).d.r.LIM 
' Rsnn Central Telecommunications 

Co (All) 
Pennbancorp (U.G. R).d 
JC Penney Co. Inc (All).d.r,s.t,u 
Pennsylvania Power 4 Light Co 

(All).dr 
FenniMalt Corp ( J.U.G. TPrj.d.r 
PennzoiICo (J.C.U).d.r.s 
People's Bank (J.C.U.G.R).r.s.t 
The Peoples Gas Light and Coke 

Co (All).d,s 
PepsiCo, Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d.r.s 
PET Inc (J.C.U.G).s 
PUzeOnc (All).d.r 



(All).d.r.s 
Philip Moms Cos , Inc (All).d.rLlM 
Phillips Petroleum Co (AJI).d.r 
Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Piedmont Aviation, Inc (All)d 
ThePillsburyCo (AII.LIM).d 
The Pioneer Group, Inc (All) 
Pioneer Hi-Bred International. Inc 

(J.C.U).d 
Piper, Jatfray 4 Hopwood Inc 

(AII).A 
Pitney Bowes IrK (All).d.r,s 
Pittsburgh National Bank (AII).A 
PittwayCorp (J.CU.G.R).d 
Plante 4 Moran, CPA's (CU.G).A 
Playboy Enterprises, Inc (Alll 
Pneumo Abex Corp (All),r 
Pogo Producing Co (J.GU.G).r 
Polaroid Coqi (Aiiyd.r.s 
Pope 4 Talbot, Inc (J.C.U.G.T) 
Poner PamiCo (U.G.Pr) 
PotlatchCorp (All).d.s 



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[sCo 



(Aliid. 



Premark lntecnal>onal. Inc {J.C.U.Q) 
PfK» Brothers Co (J.C.U.G}.A 
T Rowe Pnce Associates. Inc (All) 
Pr,c«Waierhouse rUG/r 
PnmencaCorp (J.C.U.G.R.UM).a.r 



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WC,UG,flJ.d/s 
Th0 Procter « Gambfe Co (U.G),d.r 
The Pfospeci Hill RDundalion (All) 
Protection Mutual Insurance Co 

(All) 
ProvKJeni Lite and Accident Insur- 
ance Co (J.CU.G.R) 
ProvKleni Mutual Lite Insurance 

Co {J.C.U.G.R).d.s 
Provident National Bank (AII).A.cS 
The Prudential (nsursnce Co 0/ 

America (J,C.U.G.R.LIM).d.r 
■ Public Sen/ice Co of Colorado 

IJ.C.U.RI.A.r.s 
Public Service Electnc and Gas 

Co (J.C.U.G.Rj.d' 
Puget Sound Power & Lighi Co 

IJ.C.U.G.nr 



Quaker Chemical Corp (All).d.r.s.l 
The Quaker Oafs Co (All).d.r 
Quaker Slate Oil Refining Corp 



RCA Corp (U.G),d 



: (All).d. 



RKO General. Inc (J.C.U.G.R) 
Rainier Bancorporalion (All},d,r 
Ralston Purina Co (U.G.R}Af-S 
Rand McNally & Co (U.G) 
Arthur D Raybin Associates, In 
lAlll 



(Allld,r% 
Reading S Bales Corp {C.U.G.T).d 
Redlands Federal Savings & Loar 

AssociaiionfUPrj.A 
fleicnholtJ Cliemicals, Inc (U.G) 
Reliance Eleclnc Co (All) 
Reliance Insurance Cos (All).s 
Republic National Bank ot New 

York lAII) 
Research-Cottrell. Inc (All) 
The Research Institute ot America 

Inc (J.C.U.G).d 
Revlon, Inc (All) 
Retharr} Corp (Ul.d 
flejtrtofd /nc (All}.d 
Reynolds Melals Co (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Ricnardson-Vicks. Inc (All).d 
• Riviana Foods Inc MCUGJ 
Rochester Midland Corp. (U.G).A 
The Rockeleller Brothers Fund, 

Inc (AII}.s 
Rockefeller Family & Associates 



Rockwell International Corp (All).d 
Rohm and Haas Co (All),d.r.s 
■ Rolling Thunder. Inc (AII).A 
ROLM Corp, (All) 
RolscreenCo (AJI).d.r.s 
Rorer Group Inc (All),d 
RospaichCorp (J.C.U).r 
Ross, Johnston & Kerstmg. Inc 
fA/fJ 






efJ,C,UG,R;,r 
I Inc (LIM).d.r 
RUST Iniernational Corp (JMGys 
Ryco Division, Reilty-Whiteman, 



SDS Biotech Corp (All) 



SKFIr 



: (All).d 



SNE7 (J.CMG.R) 

SPS Technologies, Inc IAII).d.r.s 

Safeco Insurance Co 

(J.C.U.GXUM).d 
Saga Corp (All) 

The SI Paul Cos (J.C.U.G.r.LtM).d.r 
Salomon Inc (All).d 
Sanders Associates, Inc 

(J.C.U.G.R).d 
Sandoz, Inc (All).d.r.s 
Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp 

(J,C,UG.R).r 
Sara Lee Corp (J.C.U.G).d 
Schering-Plough Corp (J.C.U.G.R) 
Schlegel Corp (All) 
Charles Schwab & Co , Inc (AII).A 
The Scon & Felzer Co (All) 
Scott, Foresman and Co (U).r.s 
Scott Paper Co (J.C.U.R.T).d.r 
Se^x>ard System Railroad (AII.LIM) 
Joseph E Seagram & Sons, Inc 

(All).r 
Sealed Power Corp (C.U.G.R).d.r.s 
Sealnghl Co , Inc (J.C.U.G) 
G D Searle & Co 

(J.QU.G.Ryd.rXIM 
Seattle Trust & Savings Bank 

(J.C.U.G.T).d 
Secunty-Connecticul Life Insur- 
ance Co (All).d.r 
Security Pacific Corp (All),d.r 

(J.C.U.G.R).r.s 
SetonCo (U.G).A.UM 
Shaklee Corp (U.G).d 
Shell Cos Foundation. Inc /Shell Oil 

Cos (Ail).r 
Sheller-Globe Corp (J.C.U.T.UM).d.r 
Shenandoah Life Insurance Co 

(AII).d.r.LIM 
TheSherwm-WilliamsCo (All).d 
' Siemens Capital Corp (All) 
Siemens Energy & Automation, 

Inc UCU.G.R) 
Silco Industries, Inc (J.C.U.G.T).d.s 
Simpson Investment Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).r 
The Singer Co (U.G.R).A.d.r.s 
Skinner Corp. (All),d.s 
Smith International, Inc (U.G) 
SmithKline Beckman Corp (AHydj 
Society Bank. National 



Sonat Inc (All),d.r 
Sonoco Products Co (U.GR).d.r 
Sony Corp of Amenca (All).d 
Soo Line Railroad Co (J.CU.G.T) 
South Carolina National Corp (All) 
South Central Bell Telephone Co 

(Allld.r 
Southeast Bank. N A (U.G).d 
Southern Bell (All).d.r 
Southern Life Insurance Co (Altl.d 
The Southland Corp (J.CU.G.T) 
Southwestern Bell Foundation 

(U.G.R).d.r 
Southwestern Life Insurance Co 

<U) 
South-Westem Publishing Co 

(J.C,U.G,T).r 
Sovran Financial Corp (J.C.U.G.R) 
Spiegel. Inc. (U.G) 
• Spnng Artior Distribution Co 

(AII.Pr.UM),d.r 
Springs Industries. Inc. (All).d 
The Square D Co (U.G}.d.r 
Squibb Corp. (M).d.r 
The Stackpole Corp (Allj.d.r.s 
Slanadyne, Inc (All).d 
Standard Coosa Thatcher Co (U) 
Standard Insurance Co (C.U.G.RJ) 
The Standard Oil Co 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r.s.t 
The Standard Products Co 

(J.C.U.G.R) 
Stanhome, Inc (J.C.U.G) 
The Stanley IMjrtts (C.U.G.RI.d.r. 
State Farm Insurance Cos (U.G).r 
State Mutual Lile Assurance Co ol 

America |'A//J,(J,r 
State Street Bank and Trust Co 

(All) 
Stautfer Chemical Co (All),d 
Stauffer Communications, Inc 

(U.G.R.LIM) 
Stearns Catalytic World Corp (All) 
Steel Heddle Manufactunng Co 

(U.G) 
SteigerTraaor, Inc (All) 
Sterling Drug. Inc (Ali).d.r 
J P Stevens & Co , Inc (All).d 
Stone & Webster, Inc (Ail).d 
The Slop & Shop Cos., Inc. (All),d 
Subaru ot Amenca, Inc 

(J.C.U.GJ.UM) 
Sun Co., Inc, (JCUGT).A.dj 
Sun Life Assurance Co ot Canada 

(J.C.U.G).r.s.UM 
The Supenor Oil Co (All).d 
Swank. Inc (U) 
Swanson Analysis Systems, Inc. 

(U}.A 
Swiss American Securities, Inc. 



SynlexCorp (J.C.U.G.R).d.s 



TRW Inc (J.C.U.G.R).d 
Tambrands. Inc (J.C.U.G) 
Tandy Corp (AII).d.UM 
Techmmetrics, Inc (All) 
Tech/Ops, inc (U.G.R.T) 
Tektronix, Inc. fAfl/r 
Teledyne. Inc (U.G).d 
The Telex Corp. (G) 



Tennant Oy (All).s 

Tennecolnc WCUG.flW 

Tesom ffefnsteom Corp (J.CU.G.R).r 

Texaco Inc (U.G).r 

Texas Commerce Bank - Houston 

Foundation fJ,C,U,Gj,s 
Texas Eastern Corp (All).d.r.s.t 
Texas Gas Transmission Corp 

(J.CU.G.R) 
Texasgull, Inc (All).d.s 

(CU.G.RI.d.r.s.t 
Textron Inc (J.C.U).d 
Thomas & Belts Corp (J.C.U.G.RI.d 
Thomas McFadden & Associates, 

Inc (U.G).A.d.r 
' Thomasville Furniture Industnes. 

Inc (U.G.R) 
J rtSffer Thompson Co 

(J.C.U.G.Pr.UM) 
Thorpe Corp (U).A 
T\COR(J.C.U.Pr).d.r 
Time Inc (All).d 
' The Times Journal Co (J.C.U.G).d.r 
Times Mirror fAW;,(;s,r 
Times Publishing Co and Con- 
gressional Quarterly, Inc 

(J.C.U.GJ).A 
The Tony Co (All) 
The Torn ng Ion Co (All).d.r 
Total Petroleum (North America) 

Ltd (J.C.U.G. R).d.r 
Towers, Pernn, Forsler & Crosby 

(J.C.U.G) 
Townsend & Bottum, Inc (Ail) 
Toyota Motor Sales, U S A . Inc 

(All) 
Tracer, Inc (U).A 
' Trailer Tram Co (J.CU.G.T) 
TheTraneCo (All).d.s 
Transamenca Corp (All).d.s 
Transco Energy Co (All),d 
Transway Inlemalional Corp (U).d 
The Travelers Corp 



(C.U 



"f.Prld 



Travelers 6x[ 
Treadway Cos , Inc (U.G.R) 
Tremcoinc (J.C.U.G,T).A 
TnnovaCorp (J.CU.G.T) 
TnskelionLtd (J.U.G).A.d.s 
Trust Co Bank. Atlanta fA//;,r 
The Turner Corp (J.C.U.G).AX 



Co 



(All).d 



USAir (CUT) 

USG Corp (C.U.G.R).d.r 

USX Corp (U.G,R).d 

Union Bank (J.C.U.G) 

Union Camp Corp (All) 

Union Electric Co (J.C.U.G.R) 

Union Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

(J.U.G,T).A.d 
Union Pacific Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d 
Union Trust Co (All) 
United Bank ol Denver, N A (All).r 
United Engineers 4 Constructors, 



«\t)rk 



United Mutual Savings Bank 

(J.C.U).d 
United Parcel Service (All) 
' United Services Automobile 

United Slates Borax 4 Chemical 

Corp (U.G.Pr).r 
United States Fidelity and Guaranty 

Co (U.G.Rl.d.r 
United States Leasing Ir 

Inc (J.C.U.G).d.s 
United Slates Tobacco Co (All).d 
United Stales Trust Co c 

(All).d.f.s 
United Technologies Corp (All).d.r 
United Telecommunications, Inc 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
United Telephone Co of Rorida 

(J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
Uniied Telephone Co of Indiana, 

Inc (J.C.U.R.T).d,r 
United Telephone Co of Ohio 

(CU.G.R.T) 
Uniied Virginia Bank (Af/J 
• Universal Foods Corp (U.G) 
Unocal Corp (J.C.U.G).d.r 
The Upjohn Co (All).d.r 
Urban Investment and Development 

Co (J.U.G.R.LIM).s 
USLIFE Corp (J.C.U.G),d 
Utah International Inc (All).d 






Valero Energy Corp (J.C.U) 
Valley National Bank of Aniona 

(U.G).A.d.r 
Venan Associates, Inc (All).d 
VictaulicCo of Amenca ^UGJ,A 
VijiCBn Matenals Co (J.CU.G.T).d.r 



W 




The Wachovia Corp /Wachovia 

Bank & Trust Co , N A (All).d 
The Wallingfofd Steel Co (U.G) 
Wainaco (J.U.G.R.Prl.d 
Wamer-Lamben Co (J.C,U.G.R).d.r 
Washington National Insurance 

Co (All) 
The Washington Post Co 

(J.C.U.G.T.UM).d 
Waste Management. Inc (AJI).d 
Waikms^ohnsonCo (U.G.R).A.a 
Wausau Insurance Cos (All).d.r 
CJ Webb, Inc (Alli.d 
Welch Foods Inc (U.G) 
Wells Fargo Bank, N A (All).d.r 
West Point-Pepperell Foundation, 

Inc (All).d 
* Western Publishing Co., Inc 

(J.C.U.G} 
Wesiinghouse Electric Corp 

(U.G.R).A,d.r.s 
WBStvaco Corp (All).d 
Whirlpool Corp (J.C.U.G.R).d.r 
White Consolidated Industries, Inc 

(U.G) 
Whillaker Corp (CU.G.T).d 
John Wiley & Sons. Inc (All).d.s 
Willametle Industries, Inc (All) 
The Williams Companies (U).d 
Williams & Co, Inc (J.C.U.G).A 
Winn-Dixie Stores. Inc 

(J.C.U.G.LIM).d.r.s 
The Wiremold Co (J.C.U.G.T).d.r 
Wisconsin Bell. Inc (All).d.r 
Wisconsin Electric Power Co 

(J.C.U.GJ).d.'.u 
Wolvenne World Wide, Inc (All).d.i 
Wyman-Gordon Co (All).d 



Yarway Corp (All) 
Arthur Young fAfl/r, 
Young & Rubicam I 



Totals 1,026 Companie 



SUSQUEHANNA 

DONOR REPORT 

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Susquehannans on Parade 



THE THIRTIES 

Ira C. Sassaman '31 is president of the Memorial Society of 
Greater Harrisburg. an organization described as "a consumer 
group of the funeral industry." The society offers information 
and counseling on planning memorial services. 

The Rev. Ernest W. Huston '34 recently celebrated the 
50th anniversary of his ordination as a pastor of the Lutheran 
Church in America. Rev. Huston served in East Petersburg for 
the majority of his career. 1955-1973. He still serves as interim 
pastor in various Lancaster County churches. 

The Rev. Dr. Harold L. Rowe '34 was recently honored for 
serving 50 years in the Lutheran ministry. He served several 
parishes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, retiring in York. 
PA. He was given an honorary doctor of divinity degree by 
SU in 1959. 

Dr. Ralph C. Geigle '35 took a 2.000 mile motor trip this 
past summer in central Europe and completed a research paper 
on the nation's public schools, 

THE FORTIES 

W. David Gross '47 is the business development officer of 
the Swineford National Banl< in the Snyder County area. He is 
a former president of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. 

THE FIFTIES 

E.R. (Mike) Walker '53 is the newly-elected president of 
the Cambria County Bar Association. Walker has practiced 
law in his native Johnstown since the early 1960s. 

Donald (Gunner) Haag '55 is 1987's Mifflinburg Citizen of 
the Year. Gunner, very active in the community's civic affairs, 
has been a storeowner in the Union county borough since 1976. 

Ralph W. Dersham x'55 is vice president and regional 
administrator of Commonwealth Bank's Southern Tier 
community offices. A resident of Milton, PA, Dersham began 
his banking career with First National Bank of Milton in 1956. 

THE SIXTIES 

Mary I. Jablonski '62 has been promoted lo the position of 
contract specialist with the U.S. Navy Facilities Engineering 
Command. She resides in Vienna. VA. 

Kenneth A. Mutzel '64 of York, PA, has been elected to the 
governing body of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified 
Public Accountants. Mutzel is with the Harrisburg accounting 
firm of Laventhol and Horwath. 

James (Jerry) Caulfield '65 of Burlington, CT, is now 
manager ol compensation .ind benefits at Waterbury Hospital. 
He has more than 15 years experience in employee benefits 
planning. 

John Menapace '66 has advanced from director of network 
services with C-TEC to vice president of human resources. 
John has been with C-TEC since 1983 after working many 
years with Bell of Pennsylvania. 

THE SEVENTIES 

C. Frederic (Fritz) Jellinghaus '70 announces the formation 
of a new company. The firm, Cultural Communications 
Consultants, will assist companies in marketing and development 
areas. It is located in Westpon. CT. 

Wayne Hill '70 was a featured soloist with the group 
Musical Gettysburg! this past spring. He is president of a 
Gettysburg construction company and featured soloist of the 
Harrisburg Opera. 

Jane Wilson '70 began the new school year as principal of 
the Council Rocks High School in Langhorne, PA. She has 
been with the school system for 17 years. 



Robert A. Akalski '74 is the new senior vice president of 
Prudential Home Mortgage Co. The office is located in New 
York, NY. 

Thomas F. Yannaccone '74 of Watsonlown, PA, has been 
named air quality specialist by the state's Department of 
Environmental Resources. 

Lt. David H. Allison '75 is serving with the U.S. Air Force 
in South Korea. He is chief of intelligence with the 497th 
Tactical Fighter Squadron. 

David Karner, Jr. '75 has been recognized by the National 
Restaurant Association for his service to the food-service 
industry in New Jersey. He is owner of the Brass Penny 
Restaurant in Gladstone, NJ. The presentation was made at the 
NRA's 68th annual convention in Chicago. 

Richard H. (Rick) Dorman '75 of State College is the new as- 
sistant executive director of the Penn State Alumni Association 
while he continues to work on his doctorate in education at 
Penn State. 

Philip D. Hollisler '77 of Miffiinburg. PA, has been 
promoted to district service supervisor by SpaceLabs. 

Catherine L. Nakamura '78 was recently ordained by the 
Lutheran Church in America. The ordination took place in 
Summit, NJ. She has been called to serve as a part-time pastor 
at St. John's Lutheran Church in Ocean City, NJ and is 
working on her Ph.D. at Princeton Theological Seminary. 

Jane K. DiGirolamo '78 is heading her own public relations 
and marketing consultant firm in Hagerstown, MD. 

Nancy J. Evey '78 is a geriatric social worker/in-home 
services with the INTERAC Senior Center in Philadelphia. She 
resides at 420 Lyceum Avenue, Apartment 3. Philadelphia, PA 
19128-3416. 

Madeline V. Pearson '79 has been promoted to manager of 
Irving Trust Company's purchasing department. She has been 
with the New York bank since 1979 and resides in East 
Rockaway, NY. 



Linda Eberlin Fahrney '79 of Fogelsville, PA. has recently 
been promoted to department chief-off shore planning by 
AT&T Technology Systems. She continues to work on a 
master's in production management at St. Joseph's in 
Philadelphia. 

Patricia Welty Walter '79 has moved from Texas to 501 
Hicks Street, Apartment 106, Brooklyn. NY 11231 to become 
associate fashion director tor "Accessories" magazine. 



THE EIGHTIES 

Timothy C. Vehl '80 has relocated from Michigan to 
Hermitage, TN, where he is a technical sales service 
representative for OMI International. 

Christopher L. Cochran '81 is the new supervisor of the 
casualty underwriting department of the Hartford Insurance 
Group's Garden Stale Regional Office. He resides in 
Mt. Olive. NJ. 

John Price '82 of Lewisburg. PA continues to work on his 
master's in analytical chemistry at Bucknell while serving as a 
senior research technician at the Geisinger Medical Center in 
Danville. His wife, the former Jill Hippensteal '82 is now 
personnel manager with JPM, Co. in Lewisburg. 

Jeanne Zyga '82 is manager of the Sayre, PA, office of 
Matchmaker International, "a professional, confidential, 
successful introduction service." 

Michael D. Matta '83 of Danbury. CT, began the season as 
an assistant coach at Western Connecticut State University. 
He recently received a master's degree from West Chester 
University. 

Margaret Gutjahr Rumbaugh '83 of Herndon, VA, is a 
contract administrator for TRW Federal Systems Group in the 
Washington area. 




In Good Taste 

Duvul Kanwr 75. president of the New Jersey Restaurant Association and owner of T)ie Brass Penny Restaurant in Gladstone. N.J. 
was honored for his role as the leader of New Jersey s food-service Industry at a .special awards ceremony held by the National 
Restaurant Association in conjunction with the 68th Annual Restaurant and Hotel Show. Karner (left) and wife Deidre accept the 
award from Jim Hasslocher, former president of the National Restaurant As.sociation. 



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DONOR REPORT 

31 



Timolhy P. Rupe is now the assistant area coordinator at the 
University of Vermont and residing in Burlington. VT. seat of 
the university. 

Barbara A. Swenson '83 of Ocean City, NJ. has been 
promoted to assistant director of front office operations for 
the New York Hilton and Towers at Rockefeller Center in 
New York. 

Thomas H. Weed x'83 is the new food and beverage 
manager for the Sheraton Tara Hotels in northern New Jersey. 
He resides in Parsippany. 

Darlene A. Weaver '86 has taken a new position with the 
Muscular Dystrophy Association. She is program coordinator 
for the MD office in Avenal. NJ. and resides in Edison. 



Advanced Degrees 
Fall 1987 

Stephen S. Anderson '85: M.S. in biology, Bucknell 
University, He is in [he PhiD program at Cornell University in 
the department of biology, section of ecology and systematics. 

Andrew Ansaldi III '85: M.B.A , Boston University. He is 
with International Apparel S.A. in Haiti, West Indies. 

William A. Baten '81: J.D., Georgetown University Law 
School. He is an associate. Cleary, Gottleib, Steen and Hamilton, 
Washington, D.C. 

Marilyn Holm Bellows '67: M.A., State University of New 
York at Stonybrook. She is an engineering coordinator, RAI 
Research Corporation. 

Eric J. Boye '81: Master of Divinity, Luther Northwestern 
Theological Seminary. 

James T. Carton '83: Doctor of Chiropractic, Northwestern 
College of Chiropractic. He is self-employed and lives in 
Highland, NJ. 

Robert F. Conrad Jr.: J D, Ohio Northern University. 

Jane Wissinger Cornille '81: PhD in organic chemistry. 
Northwestern University. She is a senior research chemist with 
Rohm & Haas Company, Spring House, PA. 

David A. Coryell '73: M.F.A. in fiction writing. University 
of Virginia. He is academic advisor to football program, U.V. A. 

Blair R, Downie '85: M.S. in computer science, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute. He continues in a Ph.D. program. 

Mark A. Drogalis '84: J.D., Temple University Law School. 
He is an associate attorney, Cohen, Shapiro, Polisher, Shiekman 
& Cohen in Philadelphia, PA. 

John H. ELsele '83: Master of Arts in Religion. Lutheran 
Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, PA. John is an accountant 
with Knouse Foods. 

Jay H. Feaster '84: J.D., Georgetown University I^w 
Center He is an associate with McNees, Wallace & Nurich, 
Harrisburg, PA. 

Ann GreenhoH '83: Master of Music, brass pedagogy. 
Western Michigan University. 

Douglas P. Hansen '82: Doctor of Chiropractic, New York 
Chiropractic College. 

Linda M. HIavac '85: MBA, Ohio University. She is a 
human resource development training associate. Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. 

Lisa Detler Hoskin '82: Ph.D. in chemistry, Purdue 
University. She is a research chemist, McCrone Associates. Inc. 
in Atlanta, GA. 

Slaccy M. Jerrold '85: MBA. in marketing. University of 
Hartford. She is an operations manager. Lord & Taylor in New 
York. NY. 

Alma-Lillian Kinn '84: J.D., Si. John's University School of 
Law. She is an associate attorney, Regan, Dorsey & DeRiso. 

Gail Mason '70: J D. Georgetown University. She is a trial 
attorney w iih the Department of Justice 

Jeffrey D. Mettler '82: Master of Divinity, Lancaster 
Theological Seminary. 



Nancy P. Morris '85: M.B.A. in finance and corporate 
accounting. University of Rochester She is with Meridan 
Bancorp Inc. 

Beth Ann Naegeli '85: M.B.A., Cornell University. She is 
an accountant with Price Waterhouse, Philadelphia, PA. 

Kenneth F. Sachs '81: M.A., Boston College University. 
He is assistant director of admissions, Morristown-Beard 
School, and also teaches English. 

Laura M. Schleich '82: M.S. injustice administration. 
American University, School of Justice. She is a research 
associate with the U.S. Sentencing Commission. 

Patricia Lutkins Schultz '78: M.B.A., Lehigh University, 
She is a project leader with New York Life Insurance Company. 

Ruth Kimmel Snyder '79: J.D. , Dickinson School of Law. 

William Clark Snyder '75: M.A. in musicology. University 
Center at Binghamton. He is stage director at The Summer 
Savoyards (a light opera/operetta company). He is also choir 
director, Christ Episcopal Church. 

M. Scott Tashjy '82: J.D. , Nova Law School, Rutgers 
Newark Law School. He is an attorney with Edelstein and 
Bernstein. 

Marjorie Stevenson Thaler '81: V.M.D., University of 
Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She is a 
veterinarian at Chadds Ford Animal Hospital. 

Jeffrey R. Underkoffler '83: Doctor of Optometry, 
Pennsylvania College of Optometry. 

David J. Walker '83: J.D., Washington College of Law at 
American University. He is an attorney with Griffin and 
Griffin, Washington, D.C. 

Paul M. Willbanks '75: Master in Professional Accounting. 
Loyola College. 

Diane E. Wissinger '84: M.S. in geology. Southern Illinois 
University at Carbondale. She is now in a Ph.D. program. 

Deborah L. Zimmerman '85: M.S. in occupational therapy, 
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She 
IS completing a three month internship at St. Luke's/Roosevelt 
Hospital. New York, NY. 



I Do's. Fall 1987 

BVRKE-DONOVAN 
Martha Jane Donovan '66 to Charles Burke December 28. 

1985, Goshen Methodist Church, Milton, DE. Martha is a 
human relations specialist in the Christiana School District. 
Her husband is a special investigator for the Depanment of 
Justice, Attorney General's Office. Delaware. / 2424 Calf Run 
Drive, Truitl Farm. Wilmington, DE 19808. 
ZIMMERMAN-BRYAN 

Laura A. Bryan '84 to David C. Zimmerman '85, 
September 20, 1986, Christ the King Church, Silver Spring, 
MD. Andrew A. Zimmerman '86 was best man David is the 
senior high school band director in the Conewago Valley School 
District. Laura is a sales representative with The Sheridan 
Press. /22A North Oxtbrd Avenue, McSherrystown, PA 17344. 
FESSLER-MAFTZ 

Cynthia E. Martz '81 to Douglas Fessler, September 27, 

1986, Stone Valley United Church of Christ, Dalmatia, PA. 
Dale R. Martz '76 was included in the wedding party. Cynthia 
is a librarian at the Central Pennsylvania Business School, 
Summerdale, PA. /P.O. Box 209, Pillow, PA 17080. 
GIFT-P.ALUBA 

Theresa A. Paluba to Thomas A. Gift '82, October 25, 1986, 
Most Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Bally, PA. 
Included in the wedding pany were Kenneth C. Gift '74 and 
Rory M. Emery '82. Thomas is with Gro-El-Ca Lumber 
Company and his wife is with Pottsgrove Intennediate and 
Brookside Country Club. /P.O. Box 206, Eariville, PA 19519. 
DAUCHERTY-McMAHON 

Elizabeth L McMahon to Raymond K. Daugherty '85. 
November 8, 1986, The Church of the Holy Family. Florham 



Park, NJ. Sharon L. Daugherty '87 and Robert 

A. McDermott '85 were in the wedding party. Ray is a 

business analyst for DialAmerica Marketing Inc., Teaneck, and 

his wife is a senior accounting clerk, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals 

Corp., East Hanover/Apt. 3-5A, 1 Washington Avenue, 

Morrislown, NJ 07960. 

BRICE-PATARINO 

Francine D. Paiarino x'Tl to Clay S Brice, November 15, 
1986, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Orlando, FL. /5164 St. 
Charles Lane, Orlando, FL 32822. 
BROStUS-NEWSOME 

Virginia 1. Newsome x'67 to Newton T. Brosius '66. 
November 29, 1986, Kennett Square. PA. Virginia is regional 
manager. Software Shop Systems, Inc. and Newt is owner, 
Pusey and Brosius, Inc., Kennett Square, PA. / 219 South Valley 
Forge Road, Devon, PA 193.13. 
McELHATTAN-HAVRlLKO 

Karen A. Havriiko '74 to Terry McElhatlan, November 30, 

1986, United Methodist Church, West Lawn, PA. Both are 
teachers in the Exeter Township School District. Karen teaches 
mathematics and Spanish and her husband teaches mathematics 
and is head varsity coach for golf and basketball. /201 Park 
Avenue, Sinking Spring, PA 19608. 
HARVEY-McCOWAN 

Honora M. McGowan '83 to William R. Harvey, January 3, 

1987, St. Teresa of Avila Church, Summit, NJ. Honora is a 
technical assistant with S.G. Warburg and her husband is a staff 
associate with AT&T. /851 Springfield Avenue, Apt. 20J, 
Summit, NJ 07901 

CARPENTER-HAMILTON 

Margaret J, Hamilton '79 to Rod Carpenter, April 4, 1987, 
Kalamazoo, MI. Margie is Director of Research at Kalamazoo 
College, as well as instructor of horn. /5.108 Pavilion, 
Kalamazoo, MI 49001. 
YOUNG-^ROHL 

Cynthia L. Strohl '81 to Larry S. Young, April 4. 1987, 
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Florham Park, NJ. Included 
in the wedding party were G. Edward Reck '80, Peter J. 
Ciccaglione '80, Robert S. Crider '80, and Judith Mapletoft 
Crider '81. Cynthia is in marketing administration for Harris 
Corporation and her husband is parts manager for Matcha 
Machinery. / 2350 Route 10 #E3, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 
DRUGATZ-WOLYNIEC 

Beth Ann Wblyniec '81 to Kenneth E. Drugatz, April 11, 
1987 St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Williamsport, PA. Beth is a 
customer service representative ior Commercial Credit Savings 
Bank and her husband is a courier for Federal Express 
Corporation. /R.D. 5, Box 290, Muncy. PA 17756. 
HEENEHAN-SCHREIBER 

Karen L. Schrciber '80 to Michael Heenehan, May .1, 1987 
Included in the wedding party were Krislen A. Schreiber '75, 
Adelaide Parcel Rogers '80, Cynthia Darnall Samaha '80, 
and Donald R. Schreiber '77. Karen is marketing services 
manager, ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc. /2775 Mesa Verde Drive E, 
P112, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 
VENEZIA-WILEY 

Cheryl N. Wiley '85 to Christopher R Venezia, June 6, 1987, 
Waldwick United Methodist Church, Waldwick, NJ. Cheryl is a 
senior staff accountant, Touche Ross, New York, NY and her 
husband is an environmental scientist. Camp, Dresser and 
McKee, Edison, NJ./24 Brook Street, Springfield, NJ 07081. 
CVIK-HEPNER 

Jacklyn A, Hepner '83 to William J. Cvik '85, June 13, 
1987 Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lewisburg, PA. 
In the wedding pany were Lori B. Walther '83 and Michael 
S. Donahue '82. She is a buyer for Tabard Drugs and he is 
with Prudential Bache. /40 Roseland Avenue. Caldwell, 
NJ 07006 
WNES-CATHERM.AN 

Christina L. Catherman '83 to Stewari M. Hines, June 13, 
1987 Trinity United Church of Christ, TurbotviUe, PA. Nancy 
Jaskiewicz Cochran '83 was matron of honor. She was a 



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development officer at Bucknell University and he is a geologist 
at Groundwater Technology Inc., Tampa. FL./652 Yardam 
Drive, Unit 26, Apollo Beach, FL 33570. 
UEHUNG-APPLE 

Shcrri L. Apple '82 to John B. Uehling, June 20, 1987, 
Rooke Chapel. Bucknell University, Lewisburg. PA. Included in 
the wedding party were Jamie L. Apple '85 and Lori 
DiLunardo Tashjy '82. /21 West Main Street. Mendham. 
NJ 07945 

Born Crusaders 
Fall 1987 

To Rev. and Mrs. Kerry P. Maurer '79. a daughter, Emily 
Kathleen, May 3, 1986. /R.D. 5, Box 549C, Bloomsburg, 
PA 17815. 

To William K and Wendy Marsh Christofel '76, a son, 
Corey Marsh, September 24, 1986,/ 1866 Homestead Avenue, 
Bethlehem, PA 18018 

To Mark D and Julie Richards Ford '85, a son, Brian 
Davis, October 30, 1986 Julie will be attending Eastern 
Washington University to study Speech Pathology and her 
husband navigates B-52's for the Air Force. /216 East 
Brookdale #25, Merced, CA 95340. 

To Arthur M. and Eileen Kearney Muti '84, a son, Arthur 
Michael IV, December 19, 1986/208 Mechanic Street, 
Boonton, NJ 07005. 

To Parke K and Sharon Johnson Flick '70, a son, Mark 
Richard, January 1, 1987. Sharon is a part-time and relief 
veterinarian in suburban Cleveland and her husband is director of 
research and biotechnology for the United States Biochemical 
Corporation./ 33385 Rockford Drive, Solon, OH 44139. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. McGroary '81, a daughter, 
Meghan Elizabeth, January 10, 1987. Kevin is institutional 
municipal bond salesman, Thomson McKinnon Securities, 
Inc. / 1662 Ramapo Way, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 

To John P. and Pamela Norton Mitchell '72, a daughter, 
Caitlin Elizabeth, February 9, 1987./ 302 Orr's Bridge Road, 
Camp Hill, PA 17011. 

To Brook and Jo Ellen Scheppack Hoffman '80, a son. 
Brook, February 9, 1987. He joins sister Amy, born July 23, 
1983/49 Sujtion Road, Somerville, NJ 08876. 

To John and Sharon Banker! McGrane '69, a son, 
Michael Patrick, March 5, 1987/804 Kimberly Lane, 
West Chester, PA 19382. 

To Craig and Karen Holmes Hoke '79, a daughter, Abigale 
Elizabeth, March 14, 1987 / Edgewood Acres, 17 Mark Drive, 
Winfield. PA 17889 

To John and Susan Carroll Albanese '80. twin boys. Kevin 
James and Jeffrey John, April 5, 1987. / 9 Declaration Drive, 
Newtown, PA 18940. 

To Mr. and Mrs, W. Douglas Marks '76, a daughter, 
Christine Elizabeth, April 23, 1987. /9509 Hickoryhurst Drive, 
Baltimore, MD 21236. 

To John and Sheri Snyder Metz '83, a son, Brandon John, 
May 13, 1987 / 111 Tower Circle, Carlisle, PA 17013. 

To David J. '78 and Patricia Sost Lantz '78, a daughter. 
Amy Lee, May 19, 1987. Dave is still free-lance editing for 
Shawnee Press and still co-leads a band which plays regularly 
in the Poconos. Patty is working part-time as an elementary 
school counselor in the Knowlion Township School Distiict, in 
Columbia, NJ./R.D. 1, Box 1229-E, Mt. Bethel, PA 18343. 

To Rahn and Kelly Mowery Leitzel '83, a daughter, 
Whitney Marie, May 20, 1987. /PO. Box 284, Mom Alto. 
PA 17237. 

To William B. and Betsy Bahner Swartzlander '75. a 
daughter. Britt Layne. June 10. 1987/9 North Water Street. 
Selinsgrove. PA 17870. 

To Edgar M. "80 and Katherine Regits Johnson '82. 
a son, Kyle Nicholas. June 25. 1987. Edgar is a U.S. Army 
captain assigned to an Attack Helicopter Battalion unit in 




Germany and Kathy is a tax consultant, /Box 306 HHB l/40th 
FA. APO New York 09165. 

To Mr. and Mrs, Robert S. Pickart '81. a daughter. Jana 
Louise. July 3, 1987. Robert is a research scientist with the 
University of Rhode Island. /30 Betony Road, Saunderstown. 
RI 02874. 

Deaths 
Fall 1987 

Ira C. Mummert '17. Valley Stream. NY. June 30. 1986. 
He was believed to have been SU's oldest living alumnus at the 
time of his death, 101 years. A former supervising principal in 
the Valley Stream school district, Mummert was a pioneer in 
school health education. He instituted a dental hygiene program long 
before they were commonplace in schools. It was considered 
one of the best in the country at the time. He also began a vocal 
and instrumental music program that was the first of its kind in 
the state of New York. He supervised an elementary program 
that grew from 500 to more than 5,000 pupils. 

Albert L. Cage Jr. x'46, Somerset, PA, February 9, 1987 
He was engaged in the wholesale plumbing supply business in 
Somerset. 

Gene A. Stettler '56, March 12, 1987. He was a systems 
manager for DenLsply International in York. PA. 

Rev. Lee S. Deppen '29. Beavertown. PA. June 3. 1987. 
He was a Lutheran minister, serving various charges in central 
Pennsylvania after graduation from SU and Gettysburg 
Seminary. 



John B. UIp '37. Southold. NY, June 13, 1987. A native of 
Northumberland. PA. Ulp was a music supervisor in the Southold 
school system and affectionately known as "The Music Man of 
Southold." He began his teaching career in West Virginia before 
spending 28 years in Southold. He was also active in the Penn- 
sylvania National Guard Cavalry Band. 

Robert A. Mease Jr. x'45. Selinsgrove. PA. June 17. 1987 
He was a tool and die maker and an active musician. Among 
the survivors are his wife. Genevieve Dagle Mease. SU switch- 
board operator; his son. Kenneth W. Mease x'64. and his 
brother. Kenneth F. Mease x'SO. Mease was long active in 
Kiwanis. serving as Selinsgrove club president at the time of 
his death. 

Eleanor M. Birk '26. Johnstown, PA, June 23, 1987 
She taught school for 44 years in Johnstown. 

William E. Sullivan '35, Camp Hill, PA, June 30, 1987 
He was active in public education with the Big Spring school 
district and the State Department of Education before retiring in 
1981, An outstanding athlete at SU, Sullivan is a member of the 
SU Sports Hall of Fame. 

Elsie Hochella Bittorf '41, Hazleton. PA. July 12. 1987. 
She was instrumental music instructor and band director at 
Hazleton High School for many years, and a church organist for 
37 years. She did further study at Peabody Conservatory and 
was head counselor at the Fred Waring Choral Workshop for 25 
years. She also had several of her choral anthems published. 

Charles W. Ague Jr. '49. Lewisburg. PA. July 17. 1987. 
He attended SU on the World War II G.I. Bill and later received 
a master's degree from Bucknell . Ague taught social studies in 
I-ewisburg schools for 30 years. 



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Campus News 

Parents Can Help 
Children Enjoy School 

When it comes to preparing children for entering 
school, parents have plenty of homework to do. 

Susquehanna professors say that children are more 
likely to excel if parents have prepared their children for 
learning and dealing with others. 

"This is one of the first times when the child becomes 
more independent, when parents have to let go," 
says Dr Barbara A. Lewis, associate professor of 
psychology and education. "Your child will never be 
totally yours again." 

Parents often worry about if their children will cry or 
if they will fit in. "Instead they should be talking about 
this first day of a new experience," Lewis says. 

Lewis suggests that parents talk positively but honestly 
to their children about going to school. "Children 
should know that they are going to school tor a certain 
span of time, but that Mom will be back to get them," 
she recommends. Rather than spending time in the 
classroom, Lewis says it's better for parents to leave. 
Otherwise, Lewis says, a child is more likely to cling 
and cry when the parent leaves. 

Giving children more opportunities for socializing 
before kindergarten will help them better relate with 
others, Lewis says. 

The same goes for learning. 

Both Lewis and Dr. Mark Dewalt, assistant professor 
of education, said children will be more likely to enjoy 
learning if parents show their excitement for learning. 

Throughout the school year, Dewalt says it's important 
for parents to help their young students develop healthy 
work and play habits. He recommends: 

• Children entering first grade should have 10 to 11 
hours of rest to be alert in the classroom. 

• Limit TV to an hour per day. "If you talk to teachers 
today, many will tell you that children are tired in 
school because they stay up late and watch television." 

• Parents should become acquainted with the school 
principal, teacher, and secretary prior to the first day. 

Dewalt said parents should ask the teacher when 
papers will be sent home, test days, and homework 
expectations. The principal will tell you how to 
handle problems when they arise, and the school 
secretary handles routine but important items such 
as sick calls, lunch money, and changes of address. 

• Parents should make a special place for children to 
study. Children will then know "this is where I 
work, this is where my school things go," Dewalt 
says. "It gets children in the habit of studying." 
When students fail to have such a place, Dewalt says 
they often forget their homework assignments until 
they are ready for school the next day. 

• Parents should encourage children to do well in 
order to learn instead of good grades. "We do a 
good job of encouraging our children in sports, we 
should do the same in school," he says. 

• Children should have time after school to exercise 
or to play. Dewalt recommends a break immediately 
after school so that children have a break before 
homework. 




Japanese Learn About America 'Pennsylvania Style' 

More than 25 Japanese college students came to Susquehanna this summer to learn about America - living in an American home, 
being part of an American family, speaking American English, and learning to appreciate our style of life and food- in Pennsylvania style. 

The delegation of students attends Senshu University near Tokyo. Their itinerary also included viewing a farm auction . cheering 
for the Philadelphia Phillies, shopping at a supermarket and mall, 'celebrating ' Jlianksgiving dinner, visiting the Stale Capitol, 
louring a medical center as well as Hershey Park. 



Women's Auxiliary Celebrates 65 Years 



1987 marks the 65th anniversary of the Women's 
Auxiliary of Susquehanna University, a celebration of 
loyalty and generosity to University. 

University history indicates that, "with a mind and 
a will to work," the Ladies Auxiliary of Susquehanna came 
into being in 1922, developing "not only the comradeship 
of group activity but bringing a variety of high capabilities 
to the great purpose" of beautifying the campus. The 
idea of an auxiliary was introduced by Mrs. E. Edwin 
Sheldon, who was elected its first president. 

Although it is today known as the Women's Auxiliary, the 
group maintains the same loyalty as its charter members. 

Today the group numbers more than 2.000, including 
more than 1,000 members recruited through the 
Keywomen representatives. These 53 women recruit 
in church congregations within a 100-mile radius 
of Selinsgrove. 

Women's Auxiliary contributions to the University 
have amounted to more than $275,000 since the group's 
existence. Together they have supported endowments, 
scholarships, the study of theatre and music, including a 
major gift toward the purchase of the Horn Meditation 
Chapel organ. 

Louise Kresge Isaacs '45 is serving as the Auxiliary's 
president for 1987-88. her third consecutive term. 

Officers and executive committee members include 
first vice president Dolly Diers. Selinsgrove: second 
vice president Polly Lauver. Selinsgrove; third vice 
president Barbara Berkheimer. PortTrevorton: recording 
secretary Carol Bradford. Selinsgrove: corresponding 




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secretary Blanche Forney Rogers '42. Selinsgrove; 
financial secretary Deborah Bernhisel '78. Selinsgrove: 
assistant financial secretary Louise Lenig Evans '76. 
Selinsgrove: treasurer Marian McKechnie. Selinsgrove: 
and ex-officio member Trudy Cunningham. Selinsgrove. 



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Project Houses Win 
President Reagan's Praise 

Susquehanna was the only 

U.S. college or university 

to be honored by the 

presidential program. 

The Susquehanna University Project House System, 
a student volunteer project which has given more 
than 75,000 hours of service to the community, has 
been awarded a citation from President Reagan's 
Program for Private Sector Initiatives for outstanding 
community outreach. Susquehanna was the only higher 
education institution among the 100 recipients chosen 
from 1,000 nominees. 

Earlier this year, Susquehanna had been notified it 
was being considered for the award. 

The Project House System has served the University 
and the Selinsgrove area since 1976. Students request the 
privilege of living together on the basis of their common 
interest in an approved volunteer project of benefit to the 
University or community. This fall, more than 200 of 
Susquehanna's 1,400 students will be helping the area's 
elderly, scouts, church youth groups and the mentally 
handicapped; serving campus and community computer 
needs; promoting campus arts events; and developing a 
campus arboretum. Each student contributes at least two 
hours of service per week and maintains a personal 
journal on the experience. 

The Project House System is relatively young compared 
to the history of volunteerism at Susquehanna. The 
University traces the spirit of community service back 
to 1859, when students built a wooden walkway from 
town to campus, with planks contributed by area 
residents. The spirit is still going strong. President 
Joel Cunningham said. 

"We want Susquehanna to be a place where students 
and faculty are engaged in mutual research, discussion 
and exploration of ideas and the world around them," 
Cunningham said. "Student community service projects 
help students develop a respect for the world and people 
around them, and with this respect comes a genuine desire 
to improve the community in a very personal way." 




Faculty/Staff Briefs 

• New faculty and staff at Susquehanna this fall are: 
Wendy A. Battles, admissions counselor; Dr. Brigitte 
H. Bechtold, professor of economics and holder of the 
Alan R. Warehime Chair; Cheryl L. Campbell, assistant 
director of residence life and director of Seibert Hall; 
Robert L. Gross, director of radio station WQSU; 
Allen K. Henry, visiting assistant professor of 
management and mathematical sciences; Dr. Thomas 
A. Martin, assistant professor of psychology ; Terence 
D. Molloy, instructor of physical education and head 
coach of soccer and women's lacrosse; Leona S. 
Martin, instructor in Spanish; Dr. W. Patrick O'Neill, 
assistant professor of art history; Eloise Keithan, 
instructor in mathematical sciences; Edwin G. Owens, 
visiting instructor in mathematical sciences; Dr. Dennis 
A. Pahl, visiting assistant professor of English and 
holder of the Weber Chair in Humanities: Deidre Sepp, 
director of career development; Paul Shoemaker, 



assistant professor of accounting; Marilyn L. Sierer 
'87, capital campaign coordinator and planned giving 
officer; Lewis E, Silverman, arts manager: Dina A. 
Stevenson, visiting instructor in English; Arie Vicente, 
instructor in Spanish; and Dr. AH Haji-Mohamad 
Zadeh, assistant professor of economics; Mark 
Swanson '77, director of accounting services. 

• Dr. Jeanne H. Neff, vice president for academic 
affairs, has announced the promotions of Cyril M, 
Stretansky to professor of music and Dr. Barbara A. 
Lewis to associate professor of psychology and 
education. 

• Dr. William Ward, visiting professor of manage- 
ment, has been named an international officer and 
senior member of the International Council for Small 
Business. He joins a total of 36 professional colleagues 
from Canada, the U.S., Australia, West Germany, 
Republic of Korea, South Africa, the United Kingdom, 



Switzerland, and Japan in directing the administration 
and programs of the International Council. 

• Dr. Charles Igoe, professor of education, has been 
appointed by the Commonwealth Department of Educa- 
tion to serve on a 10-member committee charged with 
revising student-teacher guidelines. 

• Carol J. Harrison, assistant professor of math- 
ematical .sciences, is spending the 1987-88 academic 
year at Liberia's Cuttington University College as part 
of the Fulbright Exchange Program. 

• An article co-authored by English instructor Jim Lee 
appeared in the September issue oi Far East Traveler. 
The article featured the Tripitaka Koreana, a rendition 
of Buddhist scriptures carved on wood printing blocks. 

• The Susquehanna University Press board has been 
awarded the President's Fund for Excellence to support 

a national Symposium on Women, the Arts and Society 
to be held at Susquehanna in the fall of 1988. 



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VOLUME 56 

NUMBER 1 

WINTER 1988 




A Global View 



When Lynda Butler 
graduates from Susquehanna 
this year, she knows that 
eventually her career 
could take her outside the 
United States. 

Even if she stays in the 

U.S., chances are she will 

be dealing with international 

businesses. Throughout her 

r career she will compete in 

a job market with counterparts from foreign countries. 

Today, more than ever, Susquehanna is focusing 
its efforts on preparing students like Lynda to deal 
effectively in a global society. 

Susquehanna joins the ranks of educators and 
government officials who see the need to incor- 
porate internationalism in its mission. 

In 1986, the Southern Governors Association 
published a landmark report. Cornerstone of Com- 
petition, declaring that each day, the U.S. pays a 
political and economic price for its inability to 
understand and communicate with its global neigh- 
bors. Wesley Posvar, president of the University of 
Pittsburgh, wrote on the eve of his institution's 
bicentennial that "we enter our third century know- 
ing that no university can claim to serve American 
students, American science, and American policy 
if it fails to incorporate internationalism at the core 
of its mission." 

Susquehanna's strategic plan calls for developing 
a strong and comprehensive international program 
across the university's three schools and providing more 
international experiences for students and faculty. 

Susquehanna has offered various international 
opportunities for many years. For more than 20 years, 
the Susquehanna at Oxford program has offered 
study abroad programs for students throughout the 
United States. Other programs offer study in 
Austria, Denmark, England, France, Germany, 
Great Britain, Japan, Latin America, Liberia, 
Mexico, Spain and Switzerland. 

The curriculum offers a major in European Studies, 
a major and a minor in International Studies and a 
minor in International Diplomacy and Trade through 
the departments of History, Modern Languages, 
and Political Science. The Sigmund Weis School of 
Business and the Department of Modern Languages 
also recently launched a minor in International 
Business and Foreign Languages. And the Depart- 
ment of History continues to offer a course in 
Human Geography. 



The core curriculum, implemented in 1985, requires 
all students to master a foreign language and to 
complete an area of concentration on Perspectives 
on the World. 

Faculty bring international perspectives to the 
classroom through scholarship, travel and other 
professional experiences. Carol Harrison, assistant 
professor of mathematics, is spending a semester in 
Liberia as part of the Fulbright Exchange Program. 
Faculty such as management /mathematics professor 
Wallace Growney and assistant sociology professor 
N.J.C. Vasantkumar have conducted research in 
Japan. Natives of Belgium, Czechoslovakia, India, 



Iran, Ireland, Japan, and Nigeria have joined the 
faculty in recent years. 

Outside the classroom, there are other opportunities. 
The Project House System has offered an Inter- 
national House for both international and native 
students since its earliest days. Lunchtime language 
tables of faculty and students meet regularly. Confer- 
ences and special lectures addressing international 
issues and education are frequently held on 
campus. For the past two years, Susquehanna has 
welcomed Japanese students for extended visits. 



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Magazine Cites Susquehanna Among 
tlie Nation's Best 



A recent U.S. News and World Report poll lists 
Susquehanna University among the top 10 percent of 
smaller comprehensive colleges in the United States. 

Results of the national news magazine's survey of 
college presidents were reported in its October 26 
issue featuring America's Best Colleges. 

This is the second consecutive survey by U.S. News 
and World Report that has mentioned Susquehanna. 
In 1985, Susquehanna was named among the top 
smaller comprehensive colleges in the East. 

Presidents of 170 comprehensive institutions 
were asked to consider strength of curriculum, 
quality of teaching, and the relationships between 
faculty and students. 

Comprehensive colleges enroll between 1,500 
and 2,500 students, offer a wide variety of liberal 
arts and professional courses, and award more than 
half their bachelor's degrees in two or more career- 
related fields, such as business. 

The magazine reported that ". . so strong is the 
philosophic hold of the liberal arts that even in this 
category, the colleges selected as the best by presidents 
completing the U.S. Ne\vs poll were ones that empha- 
sized the liberal arts and stressed moral values." 

Respondents listed Susquehanna with Berea College 
of Kentucky, Gustavus Adolphus College of Minne- 
sota, Whittier College of California, Augustana 
College of Illinois, Hood College of Maryland, 
William Jewell College of Missouri, Saint Mary's 
College of Indiana, College of St. Catherine of 
Minnesota, Millikin University of Illinois, Otterbein 



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U.S.News 



AMERICA'S 
ILLEGES 




College of Ohio, Illinois Wesleyan, Alfred University 
of New York, Whitworth College of Washington, 
Guilford College of North Carolina, Luther College 
of Iowa, and Mercer University of Georgia. 



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Commentary 



The language of friends 

The cover story of this Alumnus features Susque- 
hanna's increased commitment to international 
education. 

Most people on campus will tell you that our 
commitment is vital if students are to succeed in 
their future professions. But they'll also tell you it 
is one that offers immeasurable rewards. Global 
understanding hits close to home. 

Rarely a day passes that I'm not reminded of Miyuki, 
one of 26 Senshu University students who spent six 
weeks last summer studying English at Susquehanna. 
An important part of the visit is their time spent in 
homes of University faculty, staff and friends. 

You might say that I was a reluctant volunteer to 
serve as a host. "Only if you're in a pinch," I told 
coordinator Jack Kolbert. 

My attitude changed shortly after Miyuki bounded 
in my doorway. It's hard to say who learned more 
or laughed more. 

I can still remember the store clerk's face when 
Miyuki bought 20 pairs of Reebok basketball socks 
(for her teammates) and proceeded to sign her 
traveler's check in Japanese. 

During those 10 days, I saw my homeland through 
the eyes of a bright and beautiful Japanese woman 
who longs to live in America. She pointed out the 
beautiful sunsets that she can never see over the 
skyscrapers of Tokyo. On our long walks down 
Market Street to the Isle of Que, she called my 
attention to the friendly townspeople. She admired 
the beauty of agriculture and the Susquehanna. Her 
desire to gain command of the English language 
has since sparked a renewed interest in brushing up 
on my second language of Spanish or even taking 
up Japanese. 

What all Miyuki learned. I'm not sure. As the days 
passed, she gained confidence speaking English. 
She became a popular person among the Sel ins- 
grove Hall crowd. She enjoyed ordering from a 



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Director of Public Relations/Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Publications Manager 

Jean M. Smith 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Michael S. Ferlazzo 

Director of Alumni Relations 

Jim Campbell '63 

Contributor 

Greg Betz '89 




restaurant menu, learning folk dances, celebrating 
a special Thanksgiving dinner, watching the Phillies 
play ball, and even learning to make enchiladas. 

Miyuki's presence has shaped my impression of 
Japan's hard working society. I think she helped me 
better understand why Lynda Butler and other students 
talk so excitedly about the new frontiers they've 
found. 

Understanding our global neighbors is just the 
beginning to realizing opportunities at home. 

Jane Daly 



Susquehanna University Nondiscrimination Policy 

II IS the policy of Susquehanna University not to tiisciiminate on the 
basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age. sex, or 
handicap in iLs educational programs, admissions practices, scholar- 
ship and loan programs, athletics and other school-admimstered 
activities, or employment practices. This policy is in compliance with 
the requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1954. Title IX 
of the Education Amendments of 1972. Section 504 of the Rehabilita- 
tion Act of 1973. regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, and all 
other applicable Federal, State and local statutes, ordinances, and 

Susquehanna Alumnus (USPS 529-060) is published quarterly 
by Susquehanna University. Selinsgrove. Pa. 17870. Second 
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Calendar of Events 

Mar. 9-D Susquehanna University Choir Tour 
Mar. 9 8 p.m. New Hanover Lutheran Church 

Gilbertsville. Pa. 
Mar. 10 7:30 p.m. St. John Lutheran Church 

Hatboro. Pa. 
Mar. 11 7:30 p.m. The Presbyterian Church 

Morristown. N.J. 
Mar. 12 8 p.m. St. John Evangelical Lutheran 

Church. Morrisville, Pa. 
Mar. 13 3 p.m. St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran 

Church. Allenlown, Pa. 
Mar. 13 8 p.m. St. Mary of the Immaculate 
Conception Church. 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Mar. 18 3 p.m. Baseball at Bloomsburg University 
Mar. 19 Honors Open House at Susquehanna 

Mar. 22 1 p.m. Baseball at Western Maryland 

College 
Mar. 22 8 p.m. University Artist Series presents 
Belgrade State Folk Arts 
Ensemble, For tickets call: 
(717) 372-4226. 
Mar. 24 3 p.m. Baseball at Bucknell University 
Mar. 26 6:30 p.m. Capital Campaign Kickoff at 
Susquehanna 

Keynote speaker: Actor Cliff 
Robertson 
Mar. 30 1 p.m. Baseball at King's College, 

Wilkes-Barre 
Apr. 2 11a.m. Track at Western Maryland Relays, 

Westminster. Md. 
Apr. 5 2:30 p.m. Softball at King's College 
Apr. 8 1 p.m. Golf at Lebanon Valley College, 

Annville 
Apr. 9 Accepted Student Open House at 

Susquehanna 
10 a.m. Men's Track at Shippensburg 
University 
Women's Track at Messiah 
College, Grantham 
1 p.m. Softball at Marywood College, 
Scranton 
Apr. 10 1 p.m. Baseball at Lebanon Valley 
3 p.m. University Choir in Concert 
Weber Chapel Auditorium 
Apr. 12 2:30 p.m. Softball at Elizabethtown 
Apr. 13 1 p.m. Baseball at Dickinson 
Apr 16 Lutheran Youth Day at Susquehanna 

1 p.m. Baseball, Softball at Messiah 
Apr. 22 10 a.m. Men's, Women's Track at Rutgers 
8 p.m. University Choir at Trinity 

Lutheran Church. Bethlehem 
Apr. 23 Junior Open House, Dads' Day at 

Susquehanna 
Apr. 23 1p.m. Softball at York College 
Apr. 23 8 p.m. University Choir at St. Theresa 
Roman Catholic Church, 
Summit. N.J. 
Apr. 24 4 p.m. University Choir at St. Matthew 
Lutheran Church. Hanover 
8 p.m. University Choir at Christ 
Lutheran Church. York 
Apr. 26 1p.m. Baseball at Elizabethtown College 
Apr. 29, 30 Alumni Spring Weekend at 

Susquehanna 
May 15 Baccalaureate. Commencement 



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FROM PAGE I 




Lynda Butler (daughter of Les '62) is typical 
of the growing number of Susquehanna 
students who are seeking international 
opportunities to broaden their educations 
and. eventually, their careers. 

An accounting major and German minor, she 
served a six-month internship last year in Heidel- 
berg, Germany with international conglomerate 
Borg-Warner. 

Borg-Warner handed Lynda some tall challenges 
as an intern. Although many employees spoke 
English, they were instructed to communicate to 
Lynda in German. Every two weeks she was trans- 
ferred to a new department to learn new business 
procedures. By the time her internship ended, she 
worked in the purchasing, sales, computer process- 
ing, marketing and personnel departments. 

"It took about a month before I felt really com- 
fortable with the German (language)," she recalls. 



Susquehanna's efforts to increase global under- 
standing attracted modern languages Professor Jack 
Kolbert to Susquehanna in 1985. 

Kolbert, former president of Monterrey Language 
Institute, says the climate for broadening Susque- 
hanna's international focus is right. Faculty and 
administrators' commitment to global understand- 
ing and the growing student interest are both assets. 

"We've had an explosion of enrollment in the 
languages," Kolbert says. To meet student demand, 
instruction in Japanese and Italian were added to 
the curriculum this year; French, German, and 
Spanish are also taught. Since 1985, Kolbert says 
the modern languages faculty has nearly doubled. 

"Japanese was chosen mainly because of the Univer- 
sity's exchange agreement with Senshu University 
and the potential for cultural exchanges that the 
agreement offers," Kolbert says. "Japan also was a 
good choice because of our strong business school 



"Education for an accounting major 
has to be more than debits and credits. ' 



After office hours, Lynda says she found that her 
liberal arts courses helped her make friends. 

"Europe, especially Germany, loves classical music, 
so my Introduction to Music class really helped. So 
did European history. . . Education for an account- 
ing major has to be more than debits and credits." 

After graduation, Lynda is hoping to secure a 
position with a Big Eight accounting firm. Each of 
her six interviews to date has made Lynda realize 
that an international focus will set her apart in the 
crowded job market. 

"The international experience really stands out on 
the resume," Butler says. "Each employer has asked 
right away about Germany. Employers see it as an 
asset. With more and more mergers happening, they're 
not just dealing with the United States anymore." 

To help students make the most of the opportunities, 
Susquehanna introduces them to the idea of study- 
ing abroad early freshman year. 

"When freshmen arrive for orientation, we tell 
them 'this is something you should be thinking 
about right away'," says Jeanne Neff, vice president 
for academic affairs. 

In the past five years, more than 160 students 
have studied in foreign countries. 



and also because Japan is one of the great trading 
partners of the free world." 

Instruction in Italian was prompted by requests from 
many of Susquehanna's students of Italian extract 
who wanted to learn the language of their ancestors. 

"Italian, with French and German, are the three 
most important languages. It's a crossroads language 
that allows us to reach out and support instruction 
in the Fine Arts and History," Kolbert says. 

Enrollments in both languages reached a maximum 
capacity for the first semester they were offered. 
Jeanne Neff, vice president for academic affairs, 
said that enrollment in next semester's intermediate 
level courses is expected to exceed preliminary 
estimates. More than half of those who enrolled in 
elementary courses will continue their studies. 

"We're saying to students that to be successful in 
business, managers have to understand the interna- 
tional marketplace," says Carl Bellas, dean of the 
Sigmund Weis School of Business. 

"It's nothing you have to force in the curriculum 
if you're aware of what's going on. We have to 
teach business from an international perspective," 
he says. "That's a statement of just how important 
we think it is." 



Faculty/Staff Briefs 

■ Dr. William A. Ward, visiting professor of manage- 
ment, delivered a paper on Japanese Business Strategy 
at the Harvard Business School in October. Ward was 
recently elected vice president for government by mem- 
bers of the United States Association for Small Business 
and Entrepreneurship for 1987-88. 

■ Members of the music department recently hosted a 
meeting of the Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association 
on the Susquehanna campus. Dr. Susan Hegberg, 
associate professor, served as conference coordinator. 
Conference faculty included associate professor Jack 
Fries and professor Galen Deibler. Faculty performers 
included associate professor David Boltz, Deibler, 
Fries, lecturer Mary Hannigan, Hegberg, assistant 
professor Robert Klak, and professor Cyril Stretansky. 

■ Travel articles on the Irrawaddy River in Burma by 
English lecturer Jim Lee have been accepted for publication 
in the Baltimore Sun and the Philadelphia Inquirer. 

■ Music instructor C. Scott Smith has been commis- 
sioned by the Air Force Band of the East to write an 
arrangement of R. Vaughn Williams' six studies for solo 
clarinet and wind ensemble for the band's tour season. 
Susquehanna graduate and band member Constance 
Galbraith '83 is band soloist. 

■ JoAnne Wray, director of continuing education, 
presented a program on Learning Styles: Implications of 
Program Designs for Adult Educators/ Administrators 
for the American Association of Adult and Continuing 
Education in Washington, D.C. 

■ Dr. Michael Currid, visiting assistant professor of 
management, delivered a paper on Sources of Capital 
Acquisition Among Advanced Technology Firms at a 
meeting of the United Suites Association for Small Busi- 
ness and Entrepreneurship in Milwaukee. At the same 
meeting. Dr. William A. Ward delivered a paper on 
Principles of Business Strategy Applicable to American 
Small Business. 

■ The Roots of Radical Theology, a book written by 
religion professor Dr. John C. Cooper, will be reprinted 
by the University Press of America for release in 1988. 

■ Case Study of an Old Order Mennonite One-Room 
School, a paper written by education faculty Dr. Mark 
Dewalt and Bonnie Troxell has been accepted for presenta- 
tion at the American Educational Research Association's 
annual meeting in April 1988 at New Orleans. 

■ President Joel Cunningham is serving a two-year term 
as international treasurer of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. 
He has served at the international level of the fraternity's 
Leadership Training Board for 10 years and as member- 
al-large to its Executive Committee. 

■ Michael S. Ferlazzo has been named Assistant Director 
of Public Relations. Ferlazzo. a former radio sports- 
caster and newspaper reporter, is a graduate of Clarion 
University of Pennsylvania. He succeeds Scott E. Deitch 
'85 who left Susquehanna in October to become Sports 
Information Director at Western Maryland College. 



Correction 

In the summer 1987 issue oi Alumnus, the name 
of Dorothy Apgar Ross was misspelled. The Alumnus 
apologizes for the error. 



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Sports 



Crusaders Dominate All-Stars 




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Susquehanna University dominated the 1987 Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC) Football All-Star Squad 
with eight players named to the honorary first (earn. 

Leading the list ofCrusaders were Ail-American candi- 
dates Al Bucci '88, split end, Claymont, Del., Todd 
Coolidge '88, quarterback, Wellsboro, and Pete Stoma 
'88, center, Lyndhursi, N.J. 

Also earning a spot on the first team were defensive 
lineman Damian Caracciolo '88 of Altoona. defensive 
end Rich Close '88 of Wyomissing, offensive lineman 
John Hopkins '89 of Wellsboro, fullback Cosmo 
lacavazzi '89 of Belle Mead, N.J., and defensive back 
Clayton Smith '88 of Norristown. 

Bucci set every receiving record at Susquehanna this 
past season. His 57 receptions for 893 yards and 13 
touchdowns set single season records. Bucci also holds 
the record for scoring in a single season with 82 points 
to go with his career records for receptions (121) and 
reception yardage (1.944 yards). 

"Al was a dominant force in the league as a receiver 
over the last several seasons," Crusader head coach 
Rocky Rees said. "He was extremely effective at finding 
the open area so we could get the ball to him." 

A tri-captain, Coolidge holds every single season and 
career passing record at Susquehanna, compiling a 17-2 
record as a starter In just seven games this season, 
Coolidge completed 107 of 209 passes for 1,693 yards 
and 18 touchdowns. Coolidge missed the final three con- 
tests of the season after suffering a fractured right ankle 
against Widener University. 

"We thought Todd was the finest quarterback in the last 
two seasons," Rees said. "However, the most important 
thing was that he lost only one game in the league." 

Stoma was the unanimous choice at center for the second 
consecutive year. Stoma was the anchor of the Crusader 
offensive line and a tri-captain of this year's team. 

"He's the best offensive lineman over the past two 
years in the league. He has all the physical ability and is 
also a very smart player on the field." Rees said. 

Another second-year member of the All-Star team, 
Caracciolo was second on the Crusaders with 74 tackles 
from his nose position. He also registered five quarterback 
sacks and six tackles for losses of 23 yards, recovered a 
fumble, broke up a pass, and blocked a punt. 

"Damian had command of the opposing offensive 
line, causing people to double-team him. He was out- 
standing the last two years." 

Close was also selected to the team for the second year 




after recording a team record of 85 tackles and eight 
sacks from his outside linebacker position. Close, a tri- 
captain, also broke up two passes, made nine tackles for 
loss and recovered a fumble. 

"He was a great leader on and off the field and played 
the game as physically as anyone could play it," Rees 
said of Close. 

In his first year as a starter, Hopkins teamed with Stoma 
to give the Orange and Maroon a solid offensive line. A 
back up nose tackle a year ago. Hopkins switched to the 
offensive line during the pre-season. 

Rees said that Hopkins has an intensive attitude toward 
offensive football. "He played a very visible part in our 
offense as the pulling guard leading the sweep." 

lacavazzi topped Susquehanna's rushing attack with 602 
yards on 108 carries and three touchdowns, including a 
52-yard run against Upsala College. lacavazzi also 
caught 14 passes for 153 yards and a touchdown from his 
fullback spot. 

Rees praised lacavazzi 's progress as a runner and his 
"ability to make the big play." 

Smith was second on the 1987 squad with four inter- 
ceptions for his cornerback position. The senior also 
recorded 47 tackles (including four losses of seven 
yards), broke up five passes and recovered a fumble. 

"Clayton had great ability to play man-to-man defense 
and still was able to support the corner against the run." 
Rees said. 

In addition to the first team, two Crusaders received 
honorable mention status. 

Defensive back Tim Fitzgerald '88 of Dunellen. N.J. 
had a team-high five interceptions for the season, 
including one he returned 49 yards for a touchdown 



Hopkins 



against Moravian College. His 141 return yards for inter- 
ceptions ranks him third on Susquehanna's single season 
record list. He also made 54 tackles, broke three passes, 
recovered two fumbles, and made one tackle for loss. 

Running back Joe Witt of Shamokin finished second 
in rushing among the Crusaders with 356 yards, and 
scored five rushing touchdowns. He managed the longest 
Crusader run this season when he raced 81 yards for a 
touchdown against Juniata College. His 17 receptions for 
279 yards and a touchdown ranked him second on the 
squad in receiving and he averaged more than 20 yards 
per return on kickoffs. 



Susquehanna University flnished the 1987 football 
season with an 8-2 record and a 7-2 mark in the Middle 
Atlantic Conference. The Crusaders tied Widener 
University for the conference championship, becom- 
ing the first team to repeat as champion in the 
league's five-year existence. Susquehanna has won 
three MAC football championships to date. 







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Hall of Fame 

Former Susquehanna University student athletes 
Howard Baker '79 of Landisville, Jeffrey Breed '71 of 
Lewisburg, Louis Santangelo 'SO of Hershey. and 
Janeen Kruse Wadzita '79 of San Diego, Calif. , have 
been inducted into the university's Sports Hall of Fame. 

The four honorees were recognized during halftime 
ceremonies of the 1987 Homecoming football game on 
October 10. This induction brings the membership of the 
20-year-old Sports Hall of Fame to 89. 

Baker earned seven varsity letters in soccer and baseball 
at Susquehanna. He led the Crusaders' soccer defense, 
winning the team's Best Defensive Player Award three 
times and the Rookie of the Year Award as a freshman . 
Baker, a two-year co-captain, was named to the Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC)-Northem Division All-Star 
second team twice and was a two-time honorable mention 
selection to the Division III All-New Jersey, Pennsyl- 
vania, Delaware Team of the National Soccer Coaches 
Association. 

Now general manager of the Four Seasons Sports 
Complex in Landisville, Baker earned a tryout with the 
Seattle Sounders of the now-defunct North American 
Soccer League. He also lettered three years with the 
Susquehanna baseball team. 

Breed graduated from Susquehanna in 1971 after playing 
soccer and track for four years. Upon graduation. Breed 
held track records for the 440-yard intermediate hurdles, 
and was a member of the best 440-yard and mile relay 
teams in University history. He won the MAC inter- 
mediate hurdles title in 1971 and was a member of 
Susquehanna's MAC championship team in 1970. He 
also was right wing on the Susquehanna soccer squad. 

Breed is president of Breed Financial Services in Lewis- 
burg. In 1981, he entered the Hall of Fame with Fidelity 
Union Life Insurance for his business achievements. 

Santangelo lettered four years in football under coaches 
Amos Alonzo Stagg, Sr. and Amos Alonzo Stagg, Jr , 
and three years in baseball as an outfielder. Santangelo 
was an honorable mention Little AU-American football 
player in 1950 and was Susquehanna's Player of the 
Week for five of the eight games played that year. 

The Northumberland native seldom left the field during 
a Susquehanna football game. He was a lineman and 





President Cunningham iongialiiluu-s Lm Santangelo '50. 

split end on offense, a linebacker on defense, and the 
team's kicker Santangelo was captain of the football 
team during his senior year. 

Santangelo is a real estate broker for Jack Gaughen 
Realtor and manages the firm's Hershey office. He 
formerly directed public relations for Hershey Foods. 

Wadzita earned nine varsity letters in four sports at 
Susquehanna. She was a leader in the development of 
women's athletics at Susquehanna in the late 1970s, and 
played on the University's early Softball and volleyball 
teams in 1977-79. Wadzita was a co-captain on the 
volleyball, basketball and Softball squads as a senior. 

Wadzita twice was named Most Valuable Player for 
the Crusader women's basketball team. She is tenth on 
the University's career scoring list with 468 points and 
seventh in career rebounds with 288. 

She was Most Valuable Player for the Softball team in 
1979 as she batted .500 for the 7-3 Crusaders. The same 
year, she was named Most Outstanding Senior Female 
Athlete by the Association for Women Students and the 
Crusader Club, a student-run sports booster organization. 

Wadzita is a senior cost accountant for Cipher Data 
Products, Inc. of San Diego. 




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Campus News 

Hospitals Honor 

Susquehanna-Geisinger 

Program 

The Hospital Association of Pennsylvania has presented 
the 1987 Achievement Award for Employee Satisfaction/ 
Education to Susquehanna University and the Geisinger 
Clinic of Danville for its Physician Management Educa- 
tion Program. 

The program helps physicians acquire the business 
and management skills necessary to provide leadership 
for large group practices and medical centers in an 
increasingly complex environment of changing health 
management regulations and shifting economics. The 
program is modeled on the traditional Master of Busi- 
ness Administration degree design, but is tailored to the 
needs of physicians as middle managers. 

More than 50 physicians have already completed the 
year-long course at Geisinger, and, with the guidance of 
Susquehanna and Geisinger, it is being taught to physicians 
at hospitals in Harrisburg and Erie. 

PMEP has received national attention in management 
and in Forbes, the business news magazine. 

Contest coordinator Evelyn O'Hara said PMEP was 
selected from more than 200 entries. "The achievement 
award recognizes innovation," O'Hara said. "This program 
points the way for teaching physicians how to cope with 
the changing competitive environment in health care." 

PMEP class sessions are scheduled one weekend every 
month. Physicians attend lectures and seminars on 
financial and human resources, operations management, 
health care economics, organizational theory and 
behavior, management accounting, budgeting, market- 
ing and other subjects. Courses are taught by faculty 
from the Sigmund Weis School of Business and other 
well-regarded faculty throughout the United States. 

Carl J. Bellas, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of 
Business, developed the program with Robert Porter, coor- 
dinator of physician management education at Geisinger. 

Grants Awarded for 
Scholarships, 
Community Service 

Susquehanna University has been awarded more than 
$100,000 in grants to expand opportunities for student 
volunteer community service and to increase the number 
of need-based scholarships. 

The New York-based Surdna Foundation has awarded 
$50,000 to Susquehanna for scholarship aid. 

The Reidler Foundation, based in Hazleton, Pa., has 
awarded $50,000 to the John and Vema Reidler Endowment 
at Susquehanna. The endowment is used annually to 
support scholarships for students from the Hazleton area 
as well as the counties of Luzerne, Schuylkill, and 
Northumberland. 

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded 
Susquehanna $23,749 from the Fund for Improvement of 
Post Secondary Education (FIPSE) to expand student 
volunteer community service. 

The grant will enable Susquehanna to expand its Project 
House System and to establish a Community Service 
Employment Program, allowing students to fulfill their 
work-study assistance obligations off campus in public 
service employment. Susquehanna was the only Penn- 
sylvania college or university to receive the two-year 
gram for community service. 



Student Dies in Campus Fall 

Juliet A. Gibson, '89, of Chatham, N. J., died November 
14 of injuries received in a fall on the Susquehanna campus. 

Ms. Gibson was travelling on foot with three friends 
to the University Campus Center, when she fell down a set 
of steps outside the building, striking her head. 

Ms. Gibson, an English major, was active in many 
campus organizations. She was a staff writer and features 
editor for The Crusader For two years, she edited the 
Focus literary magazine. She also was a member of the 
Student Judiciary Board, a member of the Arts Alive and 
Big Sister projects, and a little sister for the Sigma Phi 
Epsilon fraternity. 



1909 Graduate Remembers SU 




The 1909 Lanthorn staff used Tennyson's phrase to 
describe senior John William Thompson "as the fruit of 
loyal nature and of noble mind. 

His friends were right. 

After graduating from Susquehanna, Thompson attended 
Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and later 
practiced eye, ear, nose and throat medicine in Pueblo, 
Colorado. He later retired and made his home in San 
Mateo, California. 

Upon his death in late January 1987, Susquehanna was 
notified that the university was included in the estate of 
Dr. Thompson. Preliminary estimates show that the 
Thompson estate will be in excess of $750,000. The bequest 
is believed to be the largest in Susquehanna history. 

Thompson was a native of Selinsgrove. His wife, Mary, 
died in 1978. Among those mentioned in the estate are 
several nieces and nephews in addition to Susquehanna 
and the Jefferson Medical College Alumni Fund. 





It's happening. . . 

. . An the classroom 

. . .on the athletic field 

. . .in the community 

. . .and it's haffening because of you! 



Susquehanna students are recognized as aspiring 
scholars, competitive athletes, and conscientious 
citizens. 

What makes them so successful? An interested 
and involved faculty . . . and caring alumni, 
parents jmd friends like you. 

Your growing support of the Susquehanna 
University Fund continues to make it happen. 
Gifts to the SUF underwrite every aspect of 
Susquehanna life. This year, we have identified 
$900,000 in needs and we need your help. 

Please make your gift to the SUF today, and 
invest in the future! 




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Susquehannans on Parade 



Looking Back. . . 



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Members of Susquehanna 's California Alumni Club meet with 
Mr and Mrs. Amos Alonzo Slagg Sr (center, front row) in Los 
Angeles in January- 1947. Their guests included: (from row from 
left) George W. Wagenseller '89, the Re\: R. Warren Mottem 
'92. Mrs. Slagg. Coach Stagg, Re\: Harold E. Dilzler '28. Dr 
Merlo K. Heicher '02. Second rmv: (from left) Mrs. George 
Wagenseller. Mrs. John C. Oberdorf. Mrs. Coons. Mr George 
Oherdorfx '35. Mrs. George Oberdorf. Mr John W Oberdorf 
'34. Mrs. Robert Trouiman. Mrs. Merlo Heicher Back row 
(from left): Mr A. Fred Federline. Mrs. Federline '08. Mr 
Harry K. Knepshield 'II. Mrs. Knepshield. Mr Coons, Mrs. 
Ditzler, and Mrs. Robert N. Troutman '26. 




Students re-name Gusiimis .Ailolphus Hall t 
Castle" in I94S. 



THE THIRTIES 

Margaret E. Fink '32 was presented with a proclamation 
recognizing her as the first historian for the borough of 
Conyngham. PA. A retired postal worker, she is in the process 
of writing the history of the local post office, which was estab- 
lished by President Thomas Jefferson. 

Ralph C. Geigle '35 recently addressed the national convention 
of the P.O.S. of A. The convention was held in Reading, PA. 



THE FORTIES 

Rev. Dale S. Bringman '48 is the author of "A Star is Bom!". 

The book is a series of sermons, monologs and children's 
object lessons for Advent and Christmas. Pastor Bringman serves 
St Peter's By the Sea Lutheran Church in San Diego. CA. 

THE FIFTIES 

Betty Beam Wohlsen '51, president of Career Professionals 
in Allenlown. PA. has recently completed an intensive 
advanced course for career development professionals. The 
course was offered to selected professionals by Richard N. 
Bolles. author of "What Color is Your Parachute." 

Fred B. Winckler, Jr. '54 has been named to head GMAC's 
direct lease plan department. The department is newly established. 
Winckler began with GMAC in Williamsport. PA in 1958. 

Seth E. Keener, Jr. '56 is now located in Atlanta. GA. He was 
recently transferred from Houston. TX. He was also promoted 
from claims manager to regional vice president for CIGNA. 

THE SIXTIES 

John James Curry '61 was honored for his outstanding service 
to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Graduate School. He 
received the Director's Award for the initiative he showed to 
improve the Interagency Auditor Training Program. Curry is 
the assistant inspector general for the Department of Defense. 

Carl M. Meyer '63 is the vice president for development of 
the Geisinger Foundation at Danville's Geisinger Medical 
Center. Moyer. who previously was director of admissions and 
director of development at Susquehanna, comes to the position 
after being director of development for the Harvard Medical 
School. He and his family reside in Lewisburg. 




Ken Mease x '64 

Ken Mease x'64 is weekend sports-anchor for WUSA-TV in 
Washington. DC. He was recently named best in the viewing 
area in a Washington Post article. Mease, according to the writer, 
"barrels ahead with a straightforward, no-frills approach." 

Dennis E. Willman '65 is the new president of York Container 
Company in York. PA. Willman joined York Container upon 
graduation from SU. He has risen through the ranks, from 
machine operator to sales representative, vice president and 
executive vice president. 



Richard E. 'Riibot '66 has joined East Stroudsburg Savings 
Association as vice president for marketing. He previously had 
been with Pocono Hospital. 

H. Richard Barly '67 has become a registered representative 
with Lutheran Brotherhood Securities, Corp. He resides and 
works in the Lancaster area. 

Harry A. Deith '67 has joined Lexington State Bank as vice 
president and commercial lending officer. He was formerly 
with South Carolina National Bank. Deith and his family 
reside in Lexington. SC. 

Ronald J. Ycvitz '67 has been appointed president and chief 
operating officer of Citcom. Inc. . a wholly-owned subsidiary 
of Citizens Savings Association. He and his family reside in 
Clarks Summit, PA. 

Rev. John C. Morrill '68 has been called to serve the 
lOO-year old congregation at Messiah Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in Berrett, MD He previously served in Roanoke, VA. 

The Eastern Union County United Fund completed a successful 
campaign under the direction of Gary E. Baylor '69. Baylor is 
president of the Country Cupboard complex in Lewisburg. 

Robert O. Jesberg, Jr. '69 is the recipient of the Bucks County 
Curriculum and Instruction Association's annual award for 
outstanding contributions and service to education. He also 
has been awarded Bucks County's outstanding educator award 
and received the superintendent's citation for dedication and 
service. He is the science department chair at Klinger Junior 
High School in Southampton, PA. His article on microcom- 
puter interfacing applications has been published in The 
Science Teacher 



THE SEVENTIES 

Sarah Landis Arthur '70 has been named personnel director 
of Mercer Medical Center in Trenton, NJ and continues to 
work on her master's degree at LaSalle University She resides in 
Churchville, PA with her husband John '69 and two children. 

Frank J. Trembulak '70 is senior vice president and treasurer 
of the Geisinger Foundation of Geisinger Medical Center in 
Danville. PA. He has been associated with Geisinger since 1976. 

C. Neil Petersen, Esq. '71 has been promoted to senior 
counsel for SEPTA, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit 
Authority. Petersen, who graduated from Suffolk University 
Law School resides in Wyncote, PA. 

F. Robert Reilly '71 has been promoted to professor of 
sociology at Juniata College. Professor Reilly. who holds a 
master's degree from Marywood College for Social Work, has 
been on Juniata's faculty since 1974. 

Pianist, teacher, songwriter and performer Diane Jellinghouse 
x'71 has opened a studio in Westport, CT known as "Jammin' 
Jelly's." She bills the studio as "an alternative to boring piano 
lessons." Instruction will offer an opportunity for creativity 
and self-expression. 

William 1. Magruder '72 has joined Omni Construction, Inc. 
as vice president. He is also president of the Washington (DC) 
Building Congress and resides in Derwood. MD. 

Ronald J. Pagano '72 is the new superintendant of the 
Conotton Valley-Union local school district in Bowerston. OH. 
He is also a doctoral candidate at the University of Akron. 
Carol Ferry Saylor '72 is currently the superintendant 
of Fairfield Area Schools in the Hanover. PA area. She 
previously served in various administrative positions in the 
Shikellamy schools. 

Christopher C. Beling III '73 is international marketing 
manager for Eastman Communications. He is residing and 
working in Rochester. NY. 

Frank J. Fendt '73 has been promoted to assistant vice 
president and director of marketing with the Central Pennsyl- 
vania Savings Association. He resides in Sunbury 

Leslie B. (Buzz) Gamble, Jr. '73 is the executive director 
of the Maine Conservation School He. his wife Linda and 
daughter Sarah reside in Bryant Pond. ME. 



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Robert E. Jones '73 has been named to the position of 
director of home health and support care at Pottsville Hospital 
and Warne Clinic. A resident of Orwigsburg, PA, he is also 
responsible for the Schuylkill Rehabilitation Center and several 
other departments. 

Georgcann Mercincavage Ruhl '73 has been appointed a 
director of the Lewisburg School District. Her husband is 
John W. Ruhl '71, a dentist in Lewisburg, 

Francis C. Moyer '74 has been appointed vice president 
and senior loan officer of the First National Bank of Danville 
Moyer, a Danville residenl. has been with the bank since the 
year he graduated. 

David M. Boucher '75 is the new CEO and chairman of Fi- 
delity Bond and Mortgage in Philadelphia. He has been with 
Fidelity for 13 years. 

Gene W. Walters '75 is a civilian social worker with the 
U.S. Army. He resides in Manhattan, KS. 

Susan Zimmerman Horstman '76 is branch operations 
officer in the Schenectady, NY office of Key Bank. She resides 
with her family in Scotia, NY. 

Richard J. Thomas '76 has been named assistant vice 
president in operations for Pennsylvania National Bank in 
Pottsville, PA. A political science major, Thomas resides in 
Friedensburg, PA. 

Mark V. Swanson '76 has recently returned to his alma 
mater as director of accounting. He and his family have moved 
from Connecticut where he was employed by Facilities 
Resource Management Company. 

Mark R. Cummins '78 has been advanced to assistant vice 
president of the Selective Insurance Group. He and his family 
reside in Hampton Township. NJ. 

Robert J. Hughes '78 has been promoted to manager in the 
Philadelphia office of Coopers & Lybrand. He resides in 
Langhorne, PA. 

Sara J. Carothers Hoover A'78 is the district maintenance 
manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's 
District Three in Tioga County. Ms. Carothers will oversee the 
maintenance of 728 miles of roads. 

Margaret J. Hamilton '79 is assistant director of the school 
of music at Western Michigan University. She is also artistic 
director of Western Michigan's performance institute. She and 
her husband Rodney J. Carpenter reside in Kalamazoo. 

Robert J. Svec '79 has been promoted to vice president in 
Manufacturers Hanover Trust's technology, facilities and support 
services division. He resides in Staten Island and has been 
with the bank since 1981. 



THE EIGHTIES 

Brian Cragin '80 is the athletic director of St Thomas More 
School in Oakdale, CT. The former SU athlete will supervise 
the school's 14 varsity sports and 11 jayvee sports. 

Terri Guerlssi '80 served as a local host of the Jerry Lewis 
Muscular Dystrophy telethon this past Labor Day. She is an 
on-air reporter for WHP-TV in Harrisburg. 

Lynn Iffcrt Lyman '80 is assistant vice president of Peoples 
First National Bank of Hazelton. Since joining the bank upon 
graduation, she has done extensive graduate study in banking. 

Fred G. Pfeiffer '80 is the new borough manager for Mont- 
gomery, PA. Prior to taking the position he had worked in the 
Williamsport area. 

Lynn A, Tozzoll '80 is a new assistant vice president with 
Bankers Trust in New York. She resides in Westwood, NJ. 

Karen M. Dye '82, now residing in Hackensack, NJ, is an 
equities researcher with Dean Witter Reynolds. 

Rev. Jeffrey D, Mettler '82 has been called to the Trinity 
United Church of Christ in Tamaqua. PA. He was recently 
ordained in his home church— St. Paul's UCC— in Stowe, PA. 

Stephen E. Mooney '82 has recendy taken over the Post Office 
Inn in Reading, PA. He is chef and owner of the restaurant. 



John Pellock, Jr. '82 has taken a new position as casualty 
unit manager with the Hanovers Insurance Company. He will 
serve the Mid-Atlantic Region. 

David Z. Richards '82 has been promoted to vice president 
of operations and investments by the First National Trust Bank 
of Danville, PA. He began working with the bank before being 
graduated from SU. 

Vincent T. Shemanski '82 is principal of Central Catholic High 
School in Reading, PA. He resides in Sinking Spring, PA. 

Mary A, Heiner '83 has been appointed loan review officer 
with the Meritor Financial Group. She is with the group's 
commercial banking division in Philadelphia. 

Timothy N. Bentz '84 and Laurie Turns Bentz '86 have 
both made recent career changes. Tim is a branch manager 
with Manufacturer's Hanover and Laurie is an admissions 
counselor with Cabrini College. They reside in Lansdale, PA. 

Mark DeHarde '84 has been promoted to commercial loan 
officer in the Metropolitan Business Group of Hamilton Bank 
in the West Chester. PA area. 

Stephanie Farkas Salinas '84 has been elevated to assistant 
department manager of the National Community Bank of 
Maywood, NJ. She resides in Belleville, NJ. 

Mary E. Wolf '84 is now parish assistant at St. Peter's 
Lutheran Church in York, PA. She recently completed a 
master's degree in religion. 

Randall T. Caccia '85 has been appointed director- 
naturalist of the Tanglewood Community Nature Center in the 
Elmira. NY area. He formerly was a naturalist with the 
YMCA of Greater New York City. 

William J. Kennedy, Jr. '85 is now a marketing representative 
with John Hancock. He resides in Marlboro, NJ. 

Dawn A. Melo '86 is assistant property manager for Barkin 
Management Company in Vernon. CT. She also resides in Vernon. 

D. Mark Robinson '86 has been promoted to vice president 
of operations for E.A.S. Technologies, Inc. in Richardson, TX. 
He has been in Texas since graduation. 

John C, Theillon '86 is an account executive with radio station 
WLYC in Williamsport, PA. He previously worked and 
resided in the New Brunswick, NJ area. 



The Class of 
1987 Report 

Todd D. Alboum, technical consultant, CGS Computer 
Associates, Iselin, NJ. 

Steven C. Ajello, drug enforcement agent. Drug Enforcement 
Agency. Miami Beach, FL. 

Daria R. Aumiller, substitute teacher. West Shore School 
District, Lemoyne, PA. 

Adam L. Bates, production assistant. Alabama Shakespeare 
Festival. Montgomery. AL. 

Ellen E, Berry, office manager, Sussex County Arts Council, 
Newton, NJ and also, organist, Lafayette Church, Lafeyette, NJ. 

Roberta L, Bianchi, secretary. Timely Advertising Inc., 
North Plainfield, NJ. 

Jennifer E, Berman, assistant buyer/purchasing, Delaware 
County Memorial Hospital, Drexel Hill, PA. 

Sally L. Biltel, marketing administrative assistant. Souran 
Bank/Maryland. Bethesda. MD. 

Jeffrey J. Bnosky, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

Gennaro Borrelli, Peat Marwick Main, Short Hills. NJ 

Susan M. Bracken, assistant manager/trainee. Stern's 
Department Store, Middlesex, NJ. 

Julie A, Bradford, management trainee, Macy's, Newark, NJ. 

Christopher Brennan, sales representative, Fairfield, NJ. 

Jennifer L, Brown, salesperson. 

Harris BogdnofT, president of Harris Pharmacy and Home 
Health Care, Doylestown, PA. 

Maria T, Bubb, lead cost accountant, Kawneer Inc., 
Bloomsburg, PA. 



Karen J, Buchanan, sales manager, Macy's, Eatonlown, NJ. 

Linda A. Buck, contract associate. New American Library 
(publishing). New York, NY. 

William C, Calvert, sales representative, Jones Chemicals 
Inc., Warwick, NY. 

Gregory A. Carl, physical science technician. Federal 
Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC. 

Lisa A. Caruso, fioater, Oppenheimer Co., New York, NY. 

Paul D. Chrislensen, assistant buyer, J. C. Penney Co., 
New York, NY. 

Melissa J. Church, sales assistant, Shearson Lehman 
Brothers. Chatham, NJ. 

Lauren M. Ciresa, account executive. Lori Falco - The 
Kalo Group, Fairfield, NJ. 

Cynthia A. Clouser, sales clerk, Boscov's Department 
Store, Hazleton, PA. 

Patti Ann Collins, customer service/sale representative. 
Credit Lenders Service Agency, Gibbsboro, NJ. 

Robin L. Conrad, medical assistant, American Home Pnxiucts 
Corp. (Ayerst Laboratories Division), New York, NY. 

Cynthia L. Cooke, Suburban Propane Gas, division of 
National Distillers Corp., Whippany, NJ. 

I^ul C. Cooper, medical supplies technician, Toledo Hospital, 
Toledo, OH 

Stephen Curran, financial management trainee, Minersville 
Safe Deposit Bank & Trust Co., Minersville, PA. 

Ellen K. Daley, operations assistant, Midlantic Banks Inc., 
Edison, NJ. 

Sharon L. Daugherty, legal secretary, W. Stephen Leary, 
Morristown, NJ. 

Anne M, Davey, customer representative, AVC Network, 
West Chester, PA. 

Kerry A. Decker, teacher. The Little Village School, 
Garden City, NY. 

Lisa S. Diemand, assistant manager. Stern's, Paramus, NJ. 

Armand W. Dodsworth, NorCrown Bank. Roseland. NJ. 

Rhonda L. Dunmire, administrative assistant, BBDO, Inc., 
King of Prussia, PA. 

Constance M. Eckhart, associate programmer analyst, 
Hewlett- Packard, Rockville, MD. 

James H. Faust, assistant manager, Eckerd Drug Company. 

Kevin W. Finch, portfolio accountant. State Street Bank-Trust 
Co.. Boston. MA. 

Carolyn S. Finkler, financial systems analyst. First Penn- 
sylvania Bank, NA, Philadelphia, PA. 

Joseph F, Flynn, staff accountant. Coopers and Lybrand, 
New York, NY. 

Frank D, Forrer, accountant, Coopers and Lybrand, 
Harrisburg, PA. 

Gail D. Friars, client service associate. First Jersey National 
Bank, Jersey City. NJ. 

Amy S. Fuller, care counselor, Brian's House Inc., West 
Chester, PA. 

Brigitte Gehner, systems programmer, Connecticut Savings 
Bank, New Haven, CT. 

Jay V. George, customer service. First Jersey National 
Bank, Jersey City, NJ. 

Edward R, Gras, assistant national bank examiner. Comp- 
troller of the Currency, New York, NY 

Joseph M. Grimm, assistant factory manager, Hanover 
Industries, Hanover, PA. 

Phillip J. Gross, graduate student, Pennsylvania College of 
Optometry, Philadelphia, PA. 

Michael Guzzo, accounting clerk. Accountants on call, 
Nabisco Inc. , East Hanover, NJ. 

Linda J. Hagelgans, financial aid officer. The Computer 
Learning Center of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 

Christopher A. Haines, management trainee. National 
Auto Stores, Easton. PA. 

Thomas A. Haines, field revenue auditor, Pennsylvania 
Department of Revenue, York, PA. 

Susan J. Heim, NDC Federal Systems Inc., Rockville, MD. 



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Class of 1987 Report (cont'd) 

Kathryn J. Heller, child care worker, The Children's Home 
of Poughkecpsie. Poughkeepsie. NY. 

Elizabeth A. Huff, slaff accountanl/audilor. Coopers and 
l.yhrand. Philadelphia, PA, 

M. Alice Jeremko, marketing assistant. North American 
Investment Co.. East Hartford, CT, 

Elizabeth A. Kazar, personnel assistant, Grey Advertising, 
New York. NY. 

David E. Kells, sales trainee, Beecham Products, Exion, PA. 

Douglas J. Klahre, insurance underwriter, DeSibour 
Associates. Inc. Bethesda. MD, 

Brian D. Kleckner, salesman, National Tire Wholesale, 
Broomall, PA. 

Anita J. Kloiber, management position, Sherwin-Williams 
Co., Wilmington, DE. 

Kathleen A, Kloss, sales manager, Abraham and Strauss, 
Brooklyn, NJ. 

Wenette J. Krantz, group benefits representative, Lincoln 
National Insurance Co., Frederick. MD. 

Tammy L. Kromis, claims examiner. Mutual Benefit Life 
Insurance. Fogelsville. PA. 

Claudia A. Kuhn, administrative assistant in sales, Crowne 
Plaza Hotel, Rockville. MD. 

Michael H. Kuziak, paving technician, Hempt Brothers, 
Inc, Camp Hill, PA. 

John T. Lafferty, career trainee. Continental Insurance 
Co., Livingston, NJ. 

Cynthia L.Lain, management trainee. Selective Insurance 
Company of America, Branchville, NJ. 

Anthony M, Lamanna, Shop Rite, North Bergen, NJ. 

Carl J. Lechliter, marketing support representative. Executive 
Copy Inc.. Princeton. NJ. 

Arthur L. LeGar, marketing support. Unisys Corp.. Hunt 
Valley. MD. 

Kathy J. Levan, instrumental music teacher. Midd-West 
School District, Middleburg, PA. 



Jonathan C. Lindquist, junior marketing research analyst. 
Penthouse International Ltd.. New York. NY. 

Kenneth R. Loisch, computer audit assistant. Coopers and 
Lybrand. Philadelphia. PA. 

Paula S. Long, mathematics teacher. Line Mountain School 
District. Herndon. PA. 

Nancy E. Martin, sales representative, Playtex International. 

Kevin P. McCaffery, management trainee. First Jersey 
National Bank, Jersey City, NJ. 

Richard F. McCourt, legislative assistant to Honorable Frank 
Horton, U. S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC. 

I^ul J. McHenry» Naval Aviation Schools Command. 
Pensacola. FL. 

Maryjane McLaughlin, junior programmer, Austin Infor- 
mation Systems, Fairlawn, NJ. 

Marisa G. Montgomery, research analyst, J. J. Kenny, New 
York, NY. 

Megan E. Meyer, customer service. Vanguard Group of 
Investment Co. , Valley Forge, PA. 

James B. MuIIer, co-owner, Donato's Pizzeria, Elizabeth, NJ. 

Karen D, Murray, sales assistant, Positron Industries Inc., 
New York, NY. 

Todd E. Murray, professional entertainer, Opryland USA- 
Nashville-Walt Disney-Tokyo. 

Dana K. Myers, staff analyst. MCI Telecommunications. 
West Orange, NJ. 

Donna C. Neal, service assistant, Corp. Trust, Chemical 
Bank, New York, NY. 

Beth A. Noble, computer operator. North American Com- 
munications, Duncansville. PA. 

David M. Oczypok, West Company, Phoenixville, PA. 

Steven A. Paradies, scenic journeyman. Actors Theatre of 
Louisville, Louisville. KY. 

Darren P. Pellegrino, owner/president, Hawk Pools Inc.. 
Saddle Brook. NJ, 




Legacies 

Susquehanna welcomes 15 legacies (children and grandchildren of alumni) to the Class of 1991. this year's freshman class. 
FRONT ROW (from left): Eric C. Schneider. (Gram H. Schneider '64). Midland Park. N.J. : Mark P. Zimmerman (Rev. Paul P 
Zimmerman '61 and Jocelyn Swope Zimmerman '61). Potlsgrove: Jim Campbell '63. Director of Alumni Relations: Daniel W. 
Ley^is (Dr William T. Le»is. '65). Shamokin: Eric P Olbrich (Paul D. '59and Thiry Reamer Olbrich '57). Lewistown: Ted B. 
Mauck (Ted H Maack '71). Poitslonn. BACK ROW (from left): Melissa A Good (Roberi A. '65 and Linda Carothers Good '66), 
Camp Hill: Carolyn S. Wier (Marjorie Rayner Waer '64). Audubon. NJ: Lauren J. Schumacher (David J. '64 and Barbara 
Claffee Schumacher '63). Alleniown; Cynthia N. Hamme (Robert K '65 and Jennifer Hawlev Hamme x'67). Colchester, Vt.: 
Anna P Davies (granddaughter of Ruth Pace Fuelhart '29). Rochester. N.Y.: Dena P Freimanis (Peter A '65 and Joan Me 
Freimanis '66^, Vineland. NJ. 

Missing from the photo; Julianne M. Perfilio (Joseph P and Lynn Vekassy Perfilio '63). Scotch Plains. N.J. : Undo A. Rowe (Aller 
I. 60 and Carol Shesler Rowex '63). Pennington. N.J: Ann M. Rupprecht (Michael E. Rupprecht '64). Bel Air. Md.: and 
Joanne R. Wird (James M. Wird '62), Huntington. N.Y. 



Laura B. Perner, studio manager. Cinnamon & Co.. Cinnergy 
Studios. Morristown. NJ. 

Susan L. Pftrter, behavior break through counselor. Nutri 
System Incorporate. Springfield. PA. 

Phyllis A. Rea, staff accountant, Amper Politziner and 
Maltia. Iselin. NJ. 

Judith A. Redsecker, legal assistant, Cahill Gordon and 
Rendel.New York, NY. 

Richard A. Reiland, programmer. Austin Information Sys- 
tems. Fairlawn. NJ. 

Judy Royer Tegiestowsky, manager trainee/sales consultant, 
Macy's, King of Prussia. PA. 

Dennis G. Sansiveri, carpenter, Stettler Builders, 
Montclair. NJ. 

David J. Savino, premise sales representative, L. M. Berry 
and Company, Carlisle. PA. 

Denae J. Schoner, executive trainee. Hess's Department 
Store, Allentown. PA. 

Emilie Schreffler Conover, department manager. Stern's, 
Media. PA. 

Stephen C. Schweitzer, cost accountant, Ametek Inc., 
Nesquehoning. PA. 

Randal J. Secor, dock records clerk. Roadway Services 
Inc., Tannersville, PA. 

Margaret A. Seville, sales assistant, Hyatt Regency Bethesda, 
Bethesda, MD. 

Robert A. Shenk, programmer trainee, Weis Markets Inc., 
Sunbury, PA. 

Thomas A, Shoemaker, credit analyst, Westinghouse 
Credit Corp.. Mt. Laurel. NJ. 

Edward K. Shuman, Matus Enterprises, Wilkes-Barre. PA 

Marilyn L. Sierer, Planned Gifts Associate. 
Susquehanna University. Selinsgrove. PA. 

Kevin M. Sinnott, assistant sales manager, Rockwell Chemical, 
Paterson. NJ. 

David E. Skarbek, financial consultant. Travelers Insurance 
Co.. Reading. PA. 

James A. Skidmore, consultant/operations analyst. Science 
Management Corp.. Basking Ridge. NJ. 

Andrew B. Smallacombe, rental manager. Public Service 
Track Renting. Long Island City, NY. 

Camille M. Smith, marketing assistant, Macmillan 
Publishing Co. , New York, NY. 

Craig H. Smith, Brisk Waterproofing, Ridgefield, NJ. 

Tammy A. Smith, administrative assistant, Kresslox 
Associates. PC. Washington. DC. 

J. David Stanton, computer systems analyst. Common- 
wealth of Pennsylvania. 

Dianne K. Stedman, science teacher. Arthur J. Richards 
Junior High School. St. Croix, VI. 

William N. Stutzmann, assisting government bond broker. 
Fundamental Brokers Inc.. New York. NY. 

Edward J. Thomas, premise sales representative, L M. 
Berry and Co.. Carlisle. PA. 

Bruce G, Thompson, merchandising/sales, Whitehall 
Laboratories, Mountainside, NJ. 

William A, Valliere, graduate student in psychology. 

Clifford D. Vander May, apprentice funeral director, 
Vander May Wayne Colonial Funeral Home, Wayne, NJ. 

Dean P. Vellis, warehouse manager, Omega Warehouse Inc. , 
Totowa. NJ. 

Scott T. Wachenfeld, merchandise distribution manager, 
Stern's Department Store, Woodbridge, NJ. 

Jeffrey E. Walker, associate programmer, SMS, Malvern. PA. 

Matthew J. Walker, management trainee. Continental 
Bank, Ft. Washington, PA. 

Joseph M. Wallach, product design/manager, Cabletron 
Systems Inc.. East Rochester. NH. 

Jeffrey A. Warehime, administrative assistant. Food Service 
East Inc.. Hanover. PA. 

Lauren J. Warncke, marketing/public relations assistant. 
Home Federal Savings Bank, North Hills, NY. 



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Kevin M. Weber, junior accountant, Barbizon Corp., 
Pinebrook, NJ. 

Lisa C. Welsher, telemarketing representative, Merrill 
Lynch, Somerset, NJ. 

David E. Wiesl, admissions representative, Strayer College, 
Arlington, VA. 

Marc G. Wiseman, manager. Carkhuff s Patio and Garden 
Center, North Brunswick, NJ. 

Tracy A. Wonsidler, assistant project manager, Radley 
Resources, Inc. , Westfield, NJ. 

Susan J. Zabransky, bookkeeper, Wm. Zabransky Jr , Inc.. 
Little Ferry, NJ, 

Allison V. Zarra, telemarketing representative, Merrill 
Lynch and Co , Inc., Somerset. NJ. 

Marcus N. Zavattaro, service manager. Shoreline Pools 
Inc., Stamford. CT. 

Advanced Degrees 

Carol A. Charnigo '85, M.A. in political science. Maxwell 
School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Syracuse University. She 
is an environmental policy analyst with New York Slate Legis- 
lative Commission on Toxic Substances and Hazardous wastes. 

William M. Weary '73, M.A. in theology. St. Charles 
Seminary. Overbrook, Philadelphia. He is a priest in the Diocese 
of Harrisburg. 



■ Do's 



HALLOWAY-BEERS 

Jane Beers Eppinger '63 to John R. Halloway, January 25. 
1985. Jane is a business teacher. East Penn School District, 
Emmaus, PA and her husband teaches in the Nazareth School 
District. / 801 Benton Street. Allentown. PA 18103. 
SORENSEN-BROTHEIUVN 

Susan A. Brotherton '85 to J. Duff Sorensen '83, September 
13. 1986, St. John's Episcopal Church, Ramsey, NJ. In the 
wedding party from Susquehanna were Dirk L. Baumgardner 
'83, Wade R. Martin '83, and Sally A. Murphy '85. Susan is 
a financial assistance coordinator, Virginia Beach General 
Hospital. Duff is a branch sales manager, Geico T.I.P. / 689 
Masefield Circle. Virginia Beach, VA 23452. 
ALEXANDER-MANINGO 

Alane L. Maningo '84 to Scott R. Alexander. December 
27, 1986, Our Savior Lutheran Church, Centereach, NY. 
Susquehannans in the wedding party were Sheryl L. Maningo 
'78, Diane Vautrin McGrath '84, and Susan Weber Miller '84. 
Alane is a teacher. Plainedge Public Schools, North Massape- 
qua, NY, and her husband is a senior tax accountant, CCH 
Computax, Garden City, NY. / 199 Shelter Road, Lake Hills, 
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779. 
JENKINS-GUINEE 

Ellen V. Guinee '86 to Steven R. Jenkins '85, March 21. 1987. 
St. Catherine's. Holmdel, NJ. Ellen is an assistant buyer. The 
Cato Corporation. New York. NY. Steve is a manager of loca- 
tion research. The Great A & P Tea Co., Montvale. NJ. In the 
wedding party from Susquehanna were Alan E. Turns '84 and 
Deborah L. Zimmerman '85. / 742 Ridgewood Road. 
Millburn, NJ 07041. 
HELLER-BOWMAN 

Amy E.Bowman '85 to Joseph E. Heller Jr., March 21, 1987, 
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Lewistown, PA. Susquehannans 
in the wedding party were Heather L. McRoberts '86 and 
Kristin L. Carroll '85. The grxxjm is supervisor. Yellow Freight 
Systems. Lancaster, PA. / 62 Logan Street. Lewistown. PA 17044. 




A Susquehanna Celebration 

When Scon E. Deiich '85 married Diana M. Nolle 'S7. it was a true Susquehanna celebration. Other Susquehannans in the bridal 
party included (from left): Mike Wolford '86. Berwick; Carolyn Finkler '87. Philadelphia: David Nolle '85. Elkins Park: Barb 
Bakeman '89. Lewisburg: Gene Wagner '84. Sioux City. Iowa: Dawn Berger '88. Hackettstown, N.J.: and John Eisele '83, 
Gettysburg. Scott and Diana were married September 12 at Montclair. N.J. They are residing in Westminster. Md. where Scott is 
sports information director for Western Maryland College and Diana is a purchasing agent for Marada Industries. 



SMITH-HUCHLER 

Lisa Huchler '84 to Patrick C. Smith '84, April 4, 1987, 
Lawrenceville, NJ Alexandra "Sache" Van Riemsdyk '84 
and Craig C. Howie '84, in the wedding party, were from 
Susquehanna, Patrick is an operations analyst with ITT Com- 
mercial Finance and Lisa is a staff accountant with Coopers 
and Lybrand. / 116 Willowbrook Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146, 
FLANAGAN-MOORE 

Joanna J. Moore to James C. Flanagan '76, April II. 1987. 
St. Bernadette's Church. New Haven. CT. James is a teacher 
and coach at Daniel Hand High School. / 399 New England 
Road. Guilford. CT 06431 
LAMBIASE-OWEN 

Cheryl Owen to Gaetan T. Lambiase Jr. '80, April 25. 
1987. St. Thomas More. Penfield, NY. Alfred S. French '81 
was in the wedding party. Gaetan is a marketing account 
executive, Eastman Kodak and his wife is a district leasing 
manager with the same company. / 732 Newport Circle, 
Redwood City, CA 94065. 
PHILLlPS-McNALLY 

Maria L. McNally '79 to Lee Phillips, May 2, 1987, Los 
Angeles, CA. Maria is vice president of talent acquisition at 
Chappell Music, and her husband is an entertainment attorney, 
senior partner. Manatt. Phelps, Rothenburg. and Phillips. / 
962 Moraga Drive. Los Angeles. CA 90049 
HERAN-LANNON 

Barbara Lannon to Kevin Heran x'79. May 2. 1987, St. Joseph 
Church. Bogata, NJ. He is with Longplayer Stereo. / 4 Murray 
Avenue. Goshen. NY 10924. 
FALCON-MENTZELL 

Holly J. Mentzell '80 to Alexander J. Falcon. Jr , May 9. 1987. 
The Church of St. Asaph. Bala Cynwyd. PA. Susqueha 



in the wedding party were Emily E. Anderes '80, Diane 
Zanni Jacobs '81, and Christa E. Warda x'80. Holly is an 
operations administrator at Devon Direct Marketing and 
Advertising, Malvern, PA, and her husband is a programming 
manager at Shared Medical Systems, Malvern, PA. / 412 
Beaumont Circle. West Chester. PA 19382. 
TREGO-GILSON 

Rebecca Gilson to Michael R. Trego '81, June 13. 1987, 
West Minster Presbyterian, Mifflintown, PA, Mike is music 
teacher and band director, Tuscarora Junior High School and 
his wife is music and chorus teacher in the same school, 
William I. Tilghman '81 played the piano and the organ and 
Victor Rislow, SU faculty, played the trumpet, / R,D. 1, Box 
342. Mifflintown. PA 17059. 
HOARE-BOQUI^ 

Kimbcrly A. Boquist to John H. Hoare III '85, June 13, 1987, 
The Presbyterian Church, Basking Ridge, NJ. Susquehannans 
in the wedding party were Douglas A. Freer '85, William E. 
Babiash '85, and Gary T. Toth '86. John is a senior staff 
accountant. Marsh and McLennan Group Associates and his 
wife is a sales representative, Curtin Matheson Scientific, Inc. 
/ 17 Cedar Court. Bedminster, NJ 07921. 
MEXmRF-VAN C.4MPEN 

Katherine Smith Van Campen to Richard J. Mextorf '85, 
June 13. 1987. St, Luke Lutheran Church. Williamsport. PA. 
Richard is a teacher in the Williamsport Area School District 
and his wife is an auditor. Northern Central Bank. / 214 Eldred 
Street. Williamsport. PA 17701. 
SANDELANDS-ALLOCCO 

Karen S. Allocco '83 to William C. Sandelands, June 14, 1987. 
St. Joseph's Church, Mendham, NJ. Karen is a title officer 
with Heritage Abstract, Morristown, NJ and her husband is 



Plan to attend Alumni Day, April 30! 



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Do's (cont'd) 



studying law al Yeshiva University, NY. / 57 Greenwood 

Avenue, Madison, NJ 07940. 

KRIZNER-GLAH 

Linda S. Glah to Francis B. Krizner '82, June 27, 1987. St. 
John Neumann Catholic Church, Lancaster, PA. In the wedding 
party from Susquehanna are Steven D. Patterson '85 and 
Michael F. Hatler '82. Francis is a funeral director, Kearney 
A. Snyder Funeral Home and his wife is in marketing with 
United Chcm-Con Corp. / 112 West Main Street, Sirasburg, 
PA 17579-1519. 
KISH-^mRY 

Patricia Story to Daniel Kish '82, July 11, 1987, Borhek 
Chapel of Moravian College, Bethlehem, PA, / 8350 Magnolia 
Avenue, Apartment 17, Riverside, CA 92504. 
HESSE-HAGER 

Lisa A. Hager to Eric J, Hesse '86, July 25, 1987, Sacred 
Hear! Church, Palmerton, PA. Raymond J. Smith '84 was in 
the wedding parly. Eric is in the U.S. Army at Fort Know and 
his wife is a student teacher. / 5639 A Folger Street, Ft. Knox, 
KY 40121. 

WILUS-SASSAMAN 

Brenda L. Sassaman to Kenneth E. Willis, Jr. '85, August 
I. 1987. Weber Chapel of Susquehanna University, Selins- 
grove, PA. The couple left for Taipei, Taiwan on August 27 
where they are taking part in a YMCA-sponsored English 
teaching program. / Taipei YMCA Education Department, 19 
HSU Chang Street, 2nd Floor, Taipei 10015, Taiwan R.O.C. 
MAZALESKI-FISHER 

Jodi L. Fisher '87 to Mark E. Mazaleski '84, August 1, 1987, 
Lafayette Federated Church. Jodi has been working at 
Lafayette Soap Opera and Mark is pursuing a degree in 
veterinary medicine. / 4501 SW 71sl Terrace, Apartment 1, 
Gamcsville, FL 32608. 
CHAPPELEAR-KOPUN 

Nanette E Koplin to Robert M, Chappelear '85, August 1, 
1987, St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Allentown, PA. 
Steven J. Chappelear '83 was in the wedding party Bob is an 
accountant with E.F Hutton and his wife is a programmer for 
IBM. / 5633 Amberwoods Drive, Boca Raton, FL 33433. 
SASSAMAN-SAMPSELL 

Jennifer L, Sampsell '86 to Steven D Sassaman, August 1, 
1987, Faith United Methodist Church, Middlecreek Dam, 
Selinsgrove, PA Jennifer's mother is Sonja Ernst Sampsell 
x'63. Jennifer is an agent for Financial Planning Associates 
and her husband is a detailor for Wood-Mode Cabinetry. / 
R D 3. Box 35. Fairview Avenue. Selinsgrove, PA 17870. 
MARINACCIO-PENDER 

Lynn S Pender to Louis Marinaccio "81, August 1, 1987. 
St. Anthony of Padua, East Northport, NY. Susquehannans in 
the wedding party were Paul F. Lang '81 and Brian J. 
Dietrich '82. Lou is a senior consultant for Peat Marwick 
Main & Co. and his wife is the director of client service for 
Atalanta/Sosnoff Capital Corporation. / 102-45 67th Road. 
Forest Hills. NY 11.375. 
COLEGROVE-DORSETT 

Wendy J. Dorseii to Todd E Colegrove '85, August 8. 1987, 
the New Life Temple, Muncy, PA. Todd is a manager trainee 
with Kinney Shoes, Lycoming Mall, and his wife is a sales 
clerk at the Kitchen Works in the same mall / 1008 Chestnut 
Street, Monloursville. PA 17754-1057. 
LMDQUISTSEESE 

Donna M. Seese to David E. Lindquist '79, August 8. 1987. 
Black Lake. NY. David is a CPA and senior audit manager 
with Peat Marwick Main & Co. and his wife is an accounting 
supervisor with United Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania. / 13 
Willow Street. Marysville. PA 17053. 
DEATLYFORSYTH 

Brandon W. Forsyth '85 to William N Deatly. August 8. 
1987. Little Silver, NY. Brandon is an office manager with 
Conference Planning Dept. of Solomon Brothers Inc., NYC 
and her husband is a salesman for Ticor Title Guarantee. / 
Apartment 3A, 211 Washington Street. Jersey City, NJ 07302. 



CODY-CAULWELL 

Kelly A. Caulwell to Douglas H. Cody '82, August 8, 1987, 
St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church, Lancaster, PA. 
Susquehannans in the wedding party were Ronald R. Reese 
'82, and Matthew J. Gormley '82. Douglas attends Temple 
Law School and his wife is with Lancaster-Lebanon Inter- 
mediate Unit. / 923 East Orange Street. Lancaster. PA 17602. 
BINGAMAN DECKER 

Ronalyn A. Decker '85 to Randy Bingaman. August 15. 
1987. Lenoxville United Methodist Church. Lenoxville. PA. 
Ronalyn is a junior high choral and music education teacher in 
the Waynesboro School District and her husband is a press 
operator with Graphics Universal. Inc. / 934 Mitnor Road, 
Greencastle. PA 17225. 

GIOPULOS-CLOSE 

Lisa A. Close to Dean J. Giopulos '81, August 15, 1987, 
Immaculate Conception Church, Wellsville, NY. Dean is with 
Wellsville High School. / 133 East Pearl Street, Wellsville, 
NY 14895. 
DEIK-FRISHKORN 

Cynthia A. Frishkom '71 to Richard C. Deik, August 15. 1987. 
Historic Peace Church, Camp Hill, PA. Cynthia is a high 
school social studies teacher in the Cumberland Valley School 
district and her husband is with the U.S. Postal Service in 
Mechanicsburg. / R O. Box 372, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055. 
HOFF-OLIVETO 

Phyllis Oliveto to Samuel B. Hoff '79, August 16. 1987, 
Oldfield. NY. Samuel is an assistant professor of political 
science. S.U.N.Y. , College of Geneseo, NY. His wife teaches 
at S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook, NY / 260 Genesee Street, Avon, 
NY 14414. 
GRZYBOWSKI-JELINEK 

Carolyn Jelinek to David J. Grzybowski '84, August 24, 1987. 
St. Peters Episcopal Church. Essex Fells. NJ. David is a 
manager. Alan Grassano & Co. Fairfield. NJ. and his wife is a 
software engineer. ITT Corp. / 166 Harvest Lane. Lincoln 
Park. NJ 07035. 
ARENDTPERSING 

"Wendee K. Pcrsing '85 to Christopher J. Arendt. August 29, 
1987. First Presbyterian Church. Lewisburg, PA. Susquehannans 
in the wedding party were Carol A. Charnigo '85 and 
Bridgelt A. Richter "85. The groom is a controller for 
Lakeland Plastics Inc. / 3029 North Nordian. Chicago. IL 60634. 
FEINOUR-GIERINGER 

Ann P Gieringer to Rick Feinour '80, Holy Rosary Roman 
Catholic Church. Reading. PA Rick is with the Dana Corp. / 
P. O. Box 2732. Reading. PA 19609 

LARSON-WHALEN 

Linda Long Whalen '76 to Lars E. Larson. September 3. 1987. 
Westmoreland County Courthouse. Linda is a lawyer special- 
izing in divorce and medical malpractice. Her husband is a 
stockbroker with Paine Webber. / 117 West Otterman Street. 
Greensburg. PA 15601. 
ABRUZZOKINN 

Ahna-Lillian Klnn '84 to Ted J. Abruzzo. September 12. 1987 
She is an associate attorney with Regan. Dorsey, and DeRiso. / 
Apartment lA. 198-34 Pompeii Avenue, Holliswood Gardens, 
NY 11423. 

KNOCK-GATES 

Signe S. Gates '71 to Peter B. Knock, September 12, 1987 
The Rye Presbyterian Church, Rye, NY. Signe is a corporate 
attorney with General Signal Corporation, Stamford, CT. Her 
husband is managing director of Marealty Management 
Group, Fairfield, CT, and music director of St. Michael's 
Lutheran Church, New Canaan, CT. / 47 Mollbrook Drive, 
Wilton. CT 06897. 
DEITCH-NOLLE 

Diana M. Nolle '87 to Scott E. Deitch '85, September 12, 1987, 
First Lutheran Church, Montclair, NJ. Scott is Director of 
Sports Information, Western Maryland College, Westminster, 
MD. / 182 Pennsylvania Avenue, Westminster, MD 21157. 



COMPmN-APPLE 

Faith D. Apple '70 to Robert L. Compton Jr. , September 26, 
1987, Christ United Methodist Church, Eighth and Mill streets, 
Selinsgrove, PA. Faith is an administrator at Snyder County 
Children and Youth Services, and her husband is a time-study 
analyst al Wood-Mode Industries. / Box 216, Richfield, PA 17086 
CARTER-PERAGINO 

Debra A. Peragino '78 to John H. Carter, St. Joseph's 
Church, Newton, NJ. Debra is with Selective Insurance Co. of 
America and her husband is with The America Group. / P. 0. 
Box 2227, Branchville, NJ 07826. 
McCUSKER-SEXmN 

Linda M. Sexton '84 to James J. McCusker. October 4, 1987, 
Wilson Memorial Union Church, Watchung, NJ. The groom is 
a pilot in the U.S. Air Force. / 4021 Elm Street, Apartment 
206, Rapid City. SD 57701. 



Born Crusaders 



To Bryon H. '78 and Anne Lembach Bucher '80, a son. 
Michael David. December 8. 1986. Ruth Roslander Lembach '52 
is the grandmother. / 136 Sanhican Drive. Trenton. NJ 08618. 

To Thomas E. '81 and Joy Mingle Wolven '81, a son. William 
Eric. January 22. 1987. Tom has been promoted to Printing 
Sales Manager for the Harrisburg Division of Ailing and Cory 
/ 3511 Countryside Lane. Camp Hill. PA 17011. 

To Howard F. '79 and Shirley Guerin Baker '79, a son. 
Michael James. February 8. 1987. Howie is general manager of 
Four Seasons Sports Complex in Landisville. PA. / 165 North- 
ridge Drive. Landisville. PA 17538. 

To Thomas J. and Mary Fletcher Benkovic '75, a daughter. 
Robyn Amanda. March 5. 1987. / 4508 Nile Drive. Whitehall. 
PA 18052. 

To Michael F. and Shari Reich Brandman '83, a son. Jake 
Phillip. March 13. 1987 Michael is a partner at the law firm 
of Weiler & Brandman. / 403 Maple Hill Drive. Woodbridge. 
NJ 07095. 

To Mark S. and Diane Stewart Dom '78, a son. Andrew 
Michael. March 28. 1987. Diane is now a part-time flexible 
carrier. Hagerstown Post Office. / 632 Highland Way. Hagers- 
town. MD 21740. 

To Robert M and Christine Rogers Kindon '72, a son. Robert 
Joseph. April 5. 1987 / R.D. 2. Box 287. Linden. PA 17744. 

To Mr and Mrs Clark B. "Duke" Schenck, Jr. '64, a 
daughter. Julianne Muriel, April 15, 1987 / R.D. 2, Box 280. 
New Ringgold. PA 17960. 

To Robert A. '79 and Susan Stelz Kaufmann '80, a son. 
Daniel George. April 29, 1987 Daniel joins brother David Hans, 
born December 4, 1985. Bob is currently head resident of 
OB/GYN at Hutzel Hospital in Detroit. In July of 1988 Bob 
will have a fellowship in reproductive and infertility endocri- 
nology at Wayne Slate University. / 965 Lakepointe, Grosse 
Pointe, MI 48230 

To Brian K. and Deborah Kellner Mamrak '81, a daughter, 
Mary Kathryn, May 3, 1987 / Box 333, R.D. 3, Harmony 
Station Road, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865. 

To Mr and Mrs. Richard J. Thomas '76, a son, Scott 
Richard. May 18 1987 / R. D. 3. Box 1064-B. Schuylkill 
Haven. PA 17972. 

To Stephen G and Nancy Madara Secor '79, a daughter, 
Amy Christine. May 27. 1987 / Box 72C. Montezuma Route. 
Dillon. CO 80435. 

To Carlton Lynn and Mary Buckley Milloway '85, a daughter. 
Melissa Elizabeth. June 3, 1987. / 1729 Franklin Street, 
Berwick, PA 18603. 

To Anthony J. '75 and Rose Ann Seyler Sinkosky '78, a 
son. A. Elliot. June 22. 1987. / 365 Hamaker Road. Manheim. 
PA 17545. 

To Gregory E. and Brenda Parks Krill '80, a son. Andrew 
Gregory. August 4. 1981 / 7200 St. Ann's Court S.W.. Ft. 
Myers, FL 33008. 



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To George D. '83 and Joanna Mover Rudisill '83, a son. 
Daniel Wayne. Augusl 5, 1987. / 1088 Ml Joy Road. Manheim, 
PA 17545. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Richard '82, a son. Andrew Phillip, 
August 12. 1987 / R.D. 2. Box 435. Mifflinburg. PA 17844. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D. Miele '81, a son. Nicholas Daniel 
Jr., August 2. 1987. / 162 Brooklyn Avenue. SpoLswood. NJ 08884. 

To Ronald and Dorothy "Dee" Shiffer Wesner '81, a son. 
Samuel Andrew. September 25, 1987 / P O. Box 321. Selins- 
grove, PA 17870 

To Stephen J. and Deborah Mathias Dagle '75, a daughter, 
Hilary Anne. October 12, 1987 / R.D. 4, Box 162D, Selinsgrove, 
PA 17870 

To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Ditzler '77, a son, Thomas Richard, 
October 14, 1987. Grandfather is Richard E. Ditzler x'38. / 
1422 Wynnewood Road, Ardmore, PA 19003. 



Deaths 



Grace E. Dent, Montoursville, PA, July 5. 1986. Miss Dent 
spent most of her life in Canton, PA. She was enrolled at 
Susquehanna during the early 1900s, 

William L. Nicholls '25, Highland Park. NJ. January 9. 1987. 
He taught in Pennsylvania and New Jersey schools for nearly 
half a century and was a director of National Retired Teachers 
Association. 

Dr. Fred L. Norton x'32, Connellsville. PA. April 18, 1987. He 
had a general practice in Connellsville for many years before 
retiring in 1978. Dr. Norton, a graduate of the University of 
Pittsburgh School of Medicine, served in World War II and 
was discharged as a major. 

Clifford A. Kiracofe '30, Charlottesville, VA, April 24. 1987. 
He was a graduate of John Marshall School of Law and asso- 
ciated several major insurance companies during his career. 
Mr Kiracofe was also active in national politics. 



Nancy Long Pfrogner '24, West Lafayette. IN, May 3, 1987. 
Mrs. Pfrogner was a member of the Long family of Friedens. 
PA, many of whom were graduated from Susquehanna. 

Barbara Yoder McCoy '60, Camp Hill. PA. May 12. 1987. 
She was a music and elementary teacher in the West Shore 
School District for 27 years. 

Janet Lefforge Pacala '70, Dayton. OH. July 9, 1987. She 
formerly taught school. 

Grace Cleaver Hartman, Elysburg. PA, July 10. 1987. Mrs, 
Hartman took special classes at Susquehanna during the 1920s. 

Rebekah Rynearson Brown '15, Rochester. NY, July 21, 1987 
She also attended Susquehanna University Academy. 

John L. Sawyer '72, Beaver, PA. August 11, 1987. He was an 
investment broker with A.G. Edwards. Sawyer, who died of a 
brain tumor, is survived by his wife, the former Lisa Deamer '71. 

Floyd L. Adams '26, Mifflinburg. PA. August 22. 1987. He was 
a teacher, coach and supervising principal in the Mifflinburg 
School District as well as a greenhouse operator. He and his 
wife hosted more than 200 foreign exchange students during a 
iOyear period. A son. Donald x"49 and a daughter. Mary Ann 
x'61, attended Susquehanna as well as a grandson. Michael 
Vought "85 and a brother, Melvin "32. 

Michael H. Yozviak '30, Dallas. PA. August 24. 1987. He 
was an educator in the Wilkes-Barre area for 35 years as a 
teacher, principal and supervising principal in the Hanover 
Township schools. Yozviak, who also earned a master's degree 
from New York University, was a professor in the education 
department of College Misericordia for 11 years. 

Winston (Pat) Emerick '23, Johnstown. PA. September 1. 1987, 
Emerick worked many years in the insurance business, serving 
as a trustee for the National Association of Life Underwriters. 
An outstanding baseball player. Emerick was under contract 
with the Chicago White Sox at one time. He was a lifetime 
member of the Johnstown Oldtimers Baseball Association. 
Emerick taught Sunday school for 42 years at the Bethel United 
Methodist Church in Holsopple. 



Marlyn R. Fetterolf '23. Johnstown, PA. September 25. 1987. 
He was one of Susquehanna's most loyal and active alumni for 
many years. He served as SU Alumni Association President in 
the 1960s and 1970s, Fetterolf was associated with the 
Thomas-Kinzey Lumber Company in Johnstown for 47 years, 
retiring as president. He and his widow. Mabel Kinzey Fetterolf 
'24, were honored with the SU Alumni Association's Service 
Award in 1970. A son, Frank K. Fetterolf. graduated from 
Susquehanna in 1948 and also served on the University board 
in the 1970s. A daughter. Marilyn Fetterolf Bowers graduated 
in 1954. A granddaughter. Sharon Fetterolf Vak graduated 
from Susquehanna in 1968. 

William E. Royer '33, Rockville. MD, September 27. 1987. 
A summa cum laude graduate of Susquehanna, Royer earned a 
master's in social work from the University of Pennsylvania and 
was director of the Montgomery County ( Maryland) Department 
of Social Services for 25 years. During his administration, the 
department received national recognition for its high quality of 
service. He was an accomplished sculptor and built model 
ships from original plans. Royer was also a published poet and 
appeared in many theatrical productions. A daughter, Carol 
Royer Cadell. is a 1959 graduate of Susquehanna. Col. William 
R. Swarm '33 spoke at a memorial service. 

Dorothy W. Reeder '26, Cockeysvllle, MD, October 5. 1987. 
She was a graduate of the Kellogg School of Physical Educa- 
tion, who taught at Susquehanna while pursuing her bachelor's 
degree. She also earned degrees in library science from Drexel 
and the University of Michigan and was head librarian at 
Towson State University for many years. 

Kenneth R. McLaughlin '31, Shamokin. PA. October 11. 1987. 
He retired in 1963 after teaching 44 years in the Coal Town- 
ship School District. 

Grace E. Herrold *32, Lykens, PA. October 19. 1987. She 
taught in the Freeburg and Selinsgrove schools from 1932 
until 1971. 




Tfw Soviet Emigre Orchesini. hailed by critics as a world class chamber orchestra, presented a free public perfor 

November at Susquehanna. Vie performance was sponsored by Susquehanna 's Hilda Kamiol Endowment for the Arts. 

The Soviet Emigre Orchestra was founded in 1979 by Lazar Gasman, former music director for the Leningrad Chamber Orchestra. 

The New York Times has re\'iewed the group 's work as ' 'irresistible playing . . . They won our hearts completely. ' ' The endowment, 

established by William and Lynne Kamiol. honors former an instructor Hilda Kamiol 



Salute to Scholars 

Susquehanna recently recognized 165 students for their 
scholarship at the annual University Scholars Dinner. 
Students who hold a cumulative grade point average of 
at least 3.25 on a 4.0 scale are recognized annually. 

Special achievement winners included: Pi Sigma Alpha 
Award, outstanding political science student, Michael 
W. Burton '88, West Orange, N.J.; Chemistry Award, 
John Cherkauskas '88, Wilkes-Barre; William A. Russ 
History Award and the Lindback Foundation Scholarship 
Award (outstanding achievement), Michael R. Spangler 
'88, Abbottstown; Elizabeth Eyster Music Award, 
Audrey K. Buss '89, Bethlehem; Philip Bossarl 
Memorial Scholarship, outstanding psychology student, 
Thomas D. Hoefel '88, Manheim; Dean of Business 
Scholarship, Timothy Billow '88, Herndon; Stine- 
Robison Mathematical Prize. Joyce Gilbert Memorial 
Award of the Women's Auxiliary, and the Physics Prize, 
Kerrie Linker '89, Poughkeepsie, N.Y, ; Charles A. 
Rahter Scholarship (outstanding English students), 
Dawn Berger '88, Hackeltstown, N.J. ; Vicki Halter 
'88, Bridgelon, N.J.; and Sandra Mull '88, Selinsgrove: 
Deborah J. Wissinger Business Prize, Mason Brown 
'88, Westfield. and Ginger Goss '88, McClure; Herb- 
Deibler Piano Award and the Presser Foundation Music 
Scholarship. Rebecca Lent '88, Shickshinny. 



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Alumni News 



Let's Hear It For Alumni Day 




My first year at Susquehanna has been one of 
change and one of continuing traditions. I'm hope- 
ful that the changes will be for the better and the 
unchanged traditions can be improved upon. 



Perhaps the biggest innovation we've undertaken 
is planning to move Spring Alumni Weekend to a 
date when the alumni can have the campus to 
themselves. 

At the suggestion of the Alumni Day Committee 
of the Alumni Association, we've taken the first 
steps toward an early June date for 1989 — April 29, 
30 and May 1 are still the dates for 1988 Alumni 
Weekend. The feeling of the committee is that dorm 
space will be available for alumni accommodations 
in early June, dining and meeting facilities will be 
more accessible and a truer feeling of camaraderie 
will prevail among, what we hope will be, a larger 
contingent of our alumni. 

Since the change is not etched in stone, let us 
know your thoughts. Do you like the idea, or not? 



Our earlier request for interesting and/or vintage 
SU "college life" photos has turned up some great 
candid shots, as well as other types. Ted '40 and Betsy 
Hill Clark '49, Dick '66 and Lynn Oelkers Talbot 
'66, Marion Mover Potteiger '17 and George 
Spaid '29 are just a few of those who responded 
thus far. 



A lingering mystery has finally been unraveled. 
Last football season, if you were one of the hundreds 
of SU alumni watching a halftime interview with 
Vinny Testaverde of the University of Miami, you 
were probably pleased and somewhat bewildered to 
see the Heisman Trophy winner wearing a Susque- 
hanna University sweatshirt. Great exposure for the 
alma mater, but how did he get the shirt? 

Scot Dapp, a former Susquehanna football assistant 
and head baseball coach, was an instructor along 
with Testaverde at a summer football camp several 
years back. Testaverde asked for, and received from 
Dapp, a Susquehanna sweatshirt. The rest, as they 
say, is well-documented history. Incidentally, the 
photo below is taken from the actual TV broadcast 
and provided by Bob Yerger x'58. As a footnote to 
the incident, the host of the CBS halftime show 
that day was sportscaster Jim Nantz, who is married 
to the former Lorrie Carlsen x'8L 




We're looking forward to seeing as many alumni 
as possible this spring at various district club 
events. To my classmates of '63, attendance at our 
25th Reunion on April 30, 1988 will be like chapel 
attendance in our day — compulsory. Until then. . . 



— Jim Campbell '63 



Alumni Appointed 

Three alumni have been appointed to three-year 
terms on the University Board of Directors. 

Richard E. Caruso '65, William A. Lewis '68, 
and Carl Campbell '65 were appointed during the 
Board's fall meeting. 

Caruso, of Radnor, PA, is executive vice president 
and a director of the LFC Corporation, a financial 
development corporation, and co-owner of Phoenix 
Associates and a director of 202 Data Systems, Inc. 
He is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of 
CPAs and the New Jersey Instimte of CPAs. He also 
holds a master's degree from Bucknell University. 
From 1981 to 1986, Caruso served as an alumni 
representative to the Board of Directors. 

Lewis, of Chevy Chase, MD, serves as legal counsel 
to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Senate. A 
graduate of the Boston University School of Law, 
Lewis previously directed the Congressional Liaison 
Division of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights 
and served as assistant district attorney in Philadel- 
phia. Lewis currently is second vice president of 
the Susquehanna University Alumni Association. 

Campbell, of Harrisburg, PA, is president and chief 
executive officer of Keystone Financial. Inc., a 
bank holding company which includes Northern 
Central Bank, Midstate Bank, and Pennsylvania 
National Bank. This year, he is national chair for 
the Susquehanna University Fund, the University's 
annual giving effort. 

In other Board action, Harold O'Connor was re- 
elected to his second one-year term as Chair of the 
University Board of Directors. O'Connor, of State 
College, PA, is retired president of Chemcut/Schering 
AG Corporation. Other officers include: vice 
chairman Robert F. Weis, Sunbury, PA, vice president 
and treasurer of Weis Markets, Incorporated; vice 
chairman Lawrence M. Isaacs '43, Selinsgrove, 
retired executive vice president for Federated 
Department Stores; vice chairman Donald E. 
Wissinger '50, Hollidaysburg, vice president of 
Wissinger's IGA Shopping Village; and secretary, 
John A. Carpenter, Sunbury, attorney at law with 
the firm Carpenter, Diehl & Kivko. 



Susquehanna University 
Alumni Association 

John G. Foos 71. president: Louis F. Santangelo, Jr. '50 and 
William A. Lewis, Jr. '68. vice presidents: Donald S. King '66. 
secretary: Chester G. Rowe '52, treasurer: Carl L. Campbell 
'65, Leslie Butler '62, Albert P. Molinaro, Jr. '50. and 
Lawrence E. Mundis '66 representatives on the University 
Board of Directors. 

Executive Board members-al-large: Margaret Anne Finley '85, 
Robert L, Fiscus '59, Robert A, Gabrenya '40. Joe W. Kleinbauer 
'63, Richard K. Renn '73. Nevin C.T. Shaffer x'49, Dorothy 
E. Wesner '81, Henry R. Albright '54, Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 
"77, William D. Atkinson, Donna Ake Burkholder '67, William 
E. Cochran '83. Carol B. Kehler '74. David R. Odenath '79, 
Todd G. Burns '81. Robert G. Can- '75. Alan C Lovell '70. 
Leah Cryder Oberheim '47. Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72, Ruth 
Naylor Shaffer '41, and Rudy Van der Heil '63. 



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District Alumni Club 
Chairpersons 



Randall L. Klobetanz 'It. R.D. 1, 
Box 224. Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 
Alan C. ljo\t\\ 70, 4401 Cross 
Country Drive, EUicott City, 
MD 21043 

Richard L. Kisslak '58, 118 North 
Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, 
PA 16823 

John B. Neuhauser '76 and 
Katherine McAllister Neuhauser 
'77, 770 Keeneland Pike, Lake 
Mary, FL 32746 
William A. Pette '76, 3010 Egret 
Terrace, Safety Harbor, FL 33572 
Robert A. Good '65 and Linda 
Carothers Good '66, 135 Northgate 
Drive, Camp Hill, PA 17011 
Kenneth J. Vermillion '71 and 
Roxane Havice Vermillion '71, 
303 West White Street, Summit 
Hill, PA 18250 

David E. Atkinson '77 and Cheryl 
Rahlfs Atkinson '77, 17 Oak 
Knoll Road, Summit, NJ 07901 
Robert G. Gundaker '64, 897 
Heritage Road, Moorestown, 
NJ 08057 

Robert A. Gabrenya '40, 1417 
Paulton Street, Johnstown, 
PA 15905 

Robert S. Nickey III '84, 61 East 
New Street, Mountville, PA 17554 
Ronald R. Roth '76 and Laurie 
Morgan Roth '76, 27 Northview 
Avenue, Easton, PA 18042 
Paul D. Olbrich '59 and Thiry 
Reamer Olbrich '57, 507 Lind- 
bergh Way, Lewistown, PA 17044 
Shirley A. Young '51, P.O. Box 
134, Fountainville, PA 18923 
Eugene H. Gundrum '48 and 
Dorothy Eilhardt Gundrum '48, 
805 Virginia Avenue, Pittsburgh, 
PA 15211 

Robert J. Scovell '65, 69 Butler 
Street, Kingston, PA 18704 
Henry R. Albright '54, 1146 
Chestnut Street, Sunbury, 
PA 17801 

Jeremy J. Davis '82, 7733 
Marshall Heights Court, Falls 
Church, VA 22043 
Donald S. King '66, R.D. 4, Box 
128, Montoursville, PA 17754 
Patricia F Heathcote '52, 2421 
Cambridge Road. York, PA 17402 
Richard K. Renn '73, 336 North 
Newberry Street, York, PA 17401 



To better inform our Alumni ofS.U. contacts in their 
areas, we are publishing the chairpersons of the various 
local Alumni clubs. This will also assist Alumni who 
may be moving from one area to another In addition to 
your local contact, the S.U. Alumni Office stands ready 
to assist in any way we can. 



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New home for fraternity 

Members of the Phi Mu Delta fraternity will be moving into their new home on the west end of the Susquehanna campus in i 
second semester. The new residence will house 36 students. A dedication ceremony is planned for Spring Alumni Weekend. 



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VOLUME 56 

NUMBER 2 

SPRING 1988 



A GLIMPSE AT 




THE YEAR 2000 still seems to be in the 
all-too-distant future for many. 

But in many ways, the turn of the century has arrived 
for Susquehanna University. Professors face the 
challenge of preparing students who will be enter- 
ing the professional world as the century begins. 
A sampling of faculty has provided a glimpse at 2000. 

In the eyes of an environmental scientist, tomorrow's 
challenges are predicated on attitudes and lifestyles 
of today's "throwaway society." 

"If we fail to plan and act in responsible ways, 
nature will do it for us," says geology professor 
Robert M. Goodspeed. "We are contaminating the 
environment to a degree that, if we don't act, we 
won't recover. . . We'll wallow in our waste." 

Plain and simple, Goodspeed says people are the 
problem. More people are demanding more. 

"Even though the growth rate of the U.S. is 
decreasing, the world population is growing by 
leaps and bounds," he says. "As part of the world 
system, we need to be part of the solution." 

Preserving precious natural resources is a problem 
which affects everyone, Goodspeed says. It will 
take the work of economists, sociologists, psychol- 
ogists, ethicists, scientists, and technologists to 
bring about change. 

This year, Susquehanna revised the curriculuin 
for the geoscience major and designed an environ- 
mental science major to meet future needs. "We 
recognized the need to train people in these fields 
to help to solve these problems." Goodspeed says. 

Geoscience encompasses the exploration of mineral, 
energy, and water resources; planning for effective 
land use; and reclamation of regions damaged by 
human use. Environmental science students study 
the natural processes which form the earth system 
of air, land, energy, and life. 



FROM A POLITICAL scientist's point of view, 
Americans can expect to be debating many of the 
same issues. However, assistant professor Bruce 
Evans says not to expect a woman or minority to be 
elected president. 

"The idea of a balanced budget may come about. 
If it does, the President will have a hard time lead- 
ing the country," Evans says. 

Issues such as abortion rights are likely to be a 
hot topic, but Evans says public sentiment may 
change. Little will change the continuing conflict 
between the President and Congress. 



Evans, who teaches American National Govern- 
ment, says that while the presidential election 
process will stay the same, the political influence 
of the traditional industrial labor unions will continue 
to crumble. Fewer voters will align themselves with 
one party. Other influences will come into play. 

"We may see a new kind of union," Evans says. 
"There may be more professional types of organiza- 
tions such as NEA (National Education Association) 
and AFSCME (Association of Federal, State, 
County and Municipal Employees)." 

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MORALS 



University Launches $22 Million Campaign 



STORY ON PAGE 3 



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Portrait in Courage 

One fall afternoon, 11-year-old Andrea Light 
was playing a friendly game of football with 
family and friends. 

Al one point in the game, Andrea was tackled. 

"At first, I thought I had a broken rib. We went to 
the doctor. There was swelling in the rib, but they 
weren't really sure what was wrong." 

That was the beginning of a two-year nightmare 
for Andrea. A nightmare that included pain from 
disease, pain from treatment and emotional pain. 

Andrea, now 19 and a sophomore at Susquehanna, 
has survived that nightmare and has received the 
American Cancer Society's Courage Award. 

Andrea represents all of Pennsylvania's courageous 
cancer survivors in receiving the award. Each of 
the American Cancer Society's 57 U.S. divisions 
have named a Courage Award winner. 

While Andrea's story is unique, her battle with 
cancer represents the fight waged by cancer patients 
throughout the Keystone state. Andrea would be the 
first to say that anyone who has suffered through 
chemotherapy and radiation, the loss of hair, the 
physical pain of the disease and the emotional trauma 
of a life-threatening situation, is indeed deserving 
of the award she received. 

After that football game, Andrea's family physician 
sent her to a local hospital where she underwent 
testing, and was then transferred to the Hershey 
Medical Center. 

"I was scared and I was in pain," Andrea recalls. 
The diagnosis was Burkett's lymphoma. Twice she 
underwent exploratory surgery. 

Doses of chemotherapy were not working. Radiation 
therapy finally began to break down the cancer. For 
months after the discovery of the disease, Andrea 
was in and out of the hospital for checkups, treat- 
ments and tests. 

Finally, the disease went into remission. At that 
point, the doctors treating Andrea decided to try 
what was then considered a radical procedure. In 
case Andrea's cancer returned, they harvested 
some of her own bone marrow and stored it. 

The disease did return. At one point Andrea was 




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told she had a choice of living three months in the 
best comfort that modern medicine could offer, or 
undergoing a bone marrow transplant that at the 
time had been tried only twice previously on 
Burkett's patients. 

Andrea and her family decided to fight. It 
wasn't easy. 

At Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University Hospital , 
Andrea spent six weeks going through agonizing 
treatment. She had a Hickman, a tube for medica- 
tion that goes directly to the heart. Intravenous tubes 
were everywhere. She suffered through spinals. 

For four days she went through massive radiation 
and chemotherapy. Then came the bone marrow 



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transplant. The marrow was injected into her body 
by way of the Hickman. "I could feel it going 
through my body," she recalls. 

Through it all, Andrea was fed intravenously for 
six weeks. 

As she endured those weeks at Johns Hopkins in 
1981, Andrea improved. The doctors let her go home 
for Christmas. She had to wear a mask and be 
careful, but it was wonderful just to be home. 

Throughout the entire ordeal, Andrea managed to 
iTiaintain her studies. She missed much of seventh 
grade and all of eighth grade, yet went back to 
school and graduated with her class. 

When she did return to school, the adjustment 
was difficult. 

"Other kids didn't know how to react. It was 
tough," Andrea says. 

That didn't stop Andrea, She worked hard and 
did well in school. So well that she became vice 
president of the honor society at Lebanon (PA) 
High School. She also edited the yearbook. 

"Andrea taught me and everyone around her never 
to give up, never to take yourself too seriously, and 
that you're not judged on one thing in life," says Jerome 
Chepulis, her high school guidance counselor. 

One of the bright spots in Andrea's life has been 
Camp Can-Do, the American Cancer Society Penn- 
sylvania division camp for children with cancer. 
She first attended in the summer of 1983 as a camper, 
but has returned each year since as a counselor. 

Andrea's cancer experience has led her to choosing 
a major in psychology and sociology for a career as 




Children see her as a 
ray of hope. 



a child life specialist, to help counsel children with 
serious illnesses and diseases. 

"I've been through it all — the pain, the tubes, 
everything. I don't think you can really relate to it 
unless you've gone through it," Andrea says. 

At camp, Andrea often can be found in a remote 
area listening or talking to children. They see her 
as a ray of hope. 

College has been good for Andrea, too. Her 
professors describe her as a motivated student. 
Andrea is also active in campus life. 

"When you see someone with that kind of courage, 
it really makes you want to work with them," says 
Barbara Lewis, associate professor of psychology 
and education. 

Cheerleading adviser Patricia Rees agrees, 

"Andrea's experience is definitely something she 
has used to her good. She is always very determined 
yet very humble and realistic. She has a real sense 
of peace about her," 



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RELIGION PROFESSOR John Cooper predicts a 
return to more conservative morals and lifestyle. 

"We will turn away from those things seen as 
acceptable options today," Cooper says, citing 
abortion, promiscuity and drugs as examples. 

Yet, Cooper foresees more apocalyptic speculation 
among Christians and cults. 

INCREASING NUMBERS of minority students and 
the inability of U.S. students to compete with for- 
eign counterparts are two challenges that American 
educators still will face. 

Mark Dewall, assistant professor of education, says 
role models for minority students will be greatly 
needed in the classroom. 

Dewalt's concern is shared by others. Earlier this 
year, university President Joel Cunningham was 
among a select group of educators called on by 
Democratic presidential contender Albert Gore Jr. 
of Tennessee to discuss educational needs and 
issues for the 21st Century. 

Cunningham called for increasing the nations 
international literacy as well as strengthening the 
humanities, social sciences and the sciences, and 
expanding information and technology for stronger 
library support systems. 

COMPETITION WILL REMAIN keen in tech- 
nology and the world marketplace, according to 
Wallace Growney. 

Americans will probably see continued experi- 
mentation with biochips, a research venture that 
Growney says the Japanese have been "taking very 
seriously" since 1985. Like the bionic woman, 
Growney says biochips would give life to hunks of 
metal. For example, if a computer breaks down, a 
biochip may make self-regeneration possible. 

Growney warns middle managers that advancements 
in Artificial Intelligence could mean fewer jobs. 

"A lot of what's being done by middle managers 
could be eliminated." 

Rule-based systems of AI could be as common as 
word processing today, Growney says. For example, 
diagnostic or evaluation methods used to process loan 
applications could easily be handled by such systems. 

The availability of voice recognition and synthesis 
also will increase. Growney says the availability of 
such equipment may make it possible for an execu- 
tive to dictate material and receive a transcribed 
document — without the help of a secretary. 

Education beware. "If companies can figure out 
how to educate people more efficiently, it will be 
interesting. Japan is already proving to us that edu- 
cation helps a country compete." 

Growney sees information availability through 
technology taking a "quantum leap." That will 
bring both benefits and challenges, Growney says. 

Homeowners should expect to find computers 
everywhere — as part of the home entertainment 
system and the power system. For education, it will 
prompt discussion and the need to merge services 
of the library and the computing center. 

"The appetite will be so great that it will drive 



$11 Million Provides Momentum 

University Announces 
$22 i\/lillion Campaign 

Susquehanna University has launched "Window of 
Opportunity: The Campaign for Susquehanna," a 
five-year, $22 million capital fund campaign to support 
a new level of academic excellence and quality. 

About 600 alumni and friends joined the Susque- 
hanna community on Saturday, March 26 to kick 
off the campaign and to celebrate an era of achieve- 
ment and momentum. "Tonight we are formally 
launching a project which will have a strong, positive 
impact upon this University which means so much 
to all of us — a project which will assure that 
Susquehanna will remain an institution of the 
highest quality," said Robert F. Weis, campaign 
steering committee chair and vice president-treasurer 
of Weis Markets, Inc. 

Actor and corporate spokesman Cliff Robertson 
was the keynote speaker. "Your willingness to be 
a part of this important occasion speaks more 
eloquently, perhaps, than anything you or I could 
say as to what it means to be a part of Susquehanna," 
Robertson said. "When we commit ourselves to 
others — to strong values — to great institutions, 
we come to know the joy of being involved in 
something larger than ourselves." 

In announcing the goal, national campaign chair 
Lawrence M. Isaacs '43 said that more than $11 
million has been raised to date. 

"Susquehanna's achievements have given us a sense 
of confidence and direction. We believe that a 
focus on enhanced quality is our best response to 
the opportunities and challenges which lie ahead," 
President Joel Cunningham said. "Our highest priority 
for the next five years will be to recruit and retain a 
student body with increasingly strong academic 
credentials, and to provide them with the first-rate 
academic programs and facilities they will require." 




Campaign kickoff speakers include (from left) University 
president Joel Cunningham, actor Cliff Robertson, steering 
committee chair Robert E Weis, and national campaign 
chair Lawrence M. Isaacs '43. More news and photos will 
be featured in the next Campaign Reporter 



Colleges and universities are judged primarily by 
their strength in quality of faculty, students, physical 
plant, and size of endowment. "Window of Oppor- 
tunity: The Campaign for Susquehanna" will seek 
resources to strengthen each of these areas. 

Endowment Needs: $9 Million 

An additional $9 million in endowment, the base 
of the University's security, is sought to guarantee 
ongoing support for student aid, faculty development, 
library holdings, instructional equipment, campus 
upkeep and beautification, special programs, and 
unrestricted endowment for financial flexibility. 

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the cost down," Growney says. Consumers also 
will see the "shrinking of computers," much like 
what happened to calculators. Before long, Growney 
predicts most will own a computer no larger than a 
lap-top size. 

TECHNOLOGY'S ADVANCEMENTS also will 
touch music. Associate professor of music Susan 
Hegberg points to a New York Times news article 
which suggests that the traditional, "acoustic" piano 
will go the way of the harpsichord in 50 years. The 
electronic keyboards will take the piano's place. 

Just the same, there will be plenty of opportunities 
for aspiring musicians. "The most fertile opportu- 
nities will be in commercial music, studio recording, 
arranging and business practices," Hegberg says. 

Even education may be calling for more music 
teachers as the increasing number of baby boomers' 
children will be entering school, she predicts. 

According to the National Association of Schools 



of Music, the profile of music students is changing. 
Less than 10 percent of all music majors have had 
piano lessons prior to college. Hegberg says more 
students have developed a knack for composing or 
performing, and in many cases, have made good 
money by learning on their own. 

Dates to Remember 



1988 

Homecoming: 
Parents' Day: 

1989 

Homecoming: 
Parents' Day: 

1990 

Homecoming: 
Parents' Day: 



Saturday, September 24 
Saturday, October 22 



Saturday, September 16 
Saturdav, October 28 



Saturday, September 22 
Saturday, October 20 



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Statement on the University and Alcoliol 



Although alcohol consumption is widely 
accepted in American life, concern is 
growing about the consequences of alcohol 
abuse and the illegal use of alcohol. Nationwide, 
colleges and universities are among the institutions 
responding to increasing pressures of law, liability, 
and common practice. The purpose of this statement 
is to keep members of the University and the larger 
community informed about the University's position 
with regard to these issues. 

1. Susquehanna's overriding goal is to achieve 
excellence as a selective, residential, undergraduate 
university. We aim to meet this goal through being 
an academic community whose members know and 
care for one another We seek to guide students as 
they develop their own personal value systems and 
to hold high standards for social actions as well as 
for intellectual performance. 

2. With few exceptions Susquehanna's students are 
young adults who exercise nearly all the legal rights 
and responsibilities of citizens, including the right 
to vote, enter into binding contracts, and defend 
their country in time of war. Those who are at least 
21 years old have the right to use beverage alcohol. 
Susquehanna's students are the University's partners 
in the educational process: we owe them respect, 
communication, and involvement in the establish- 
ment of policies which define their relationship to 
the University At the same time, it is ultimately 
the responsibility of the adminstration and faculty 
to establish and enforce policies necessary to 
achieve the University's mission and to preserve 
the University for future generations. 

3. While Susquehanna does not prohibit the legal 
use of beverage alcohol, the University is firm in its 
opposition to alcohol abuse. We aim to be suppor- 
tive and helpful to those who experience problems 
related to alcohol, while protecting others from the 
negative effects of alcohol abuse and its destructive 
influence on the individual and community. 

We believe that we have a special responsibility 
to provide aggressive programs of education and 
counseling for those unfamiliar with beverage alcohol 
as well as for those who are experiencing problems 
related to its use. Thus, our methods for dealing with 
alcohol abuse include proactive programs of educa- 
tion and counseling: they also include the development 
and implementation of disciplinary measures for 
those who do not abide by established policies. 

4. The University does not condone violation of 
the law with respect to underage drinking. Although 
we do not serve in place of outside law enforce- 
ment agencies in this regard, we will cooperate 
fully with appropriate officers and agencies. In 
addition, we w ill continue to develop and imple- 
ment internal systems for disciplining those who 
are observed in underage drinking on campus or 
who contribute to underage drinking. 

We feel it appropriate to note that there is clear 
evidence that residential colleges like Susquehanna 
do not "create" underage drinkers. Nationwide surveys 
of college freshmen re\eal that the majority of 
these young men and women consumed alcohol 




Joel Cunningham 



before entering college. 

5. The present system in which fraternities are the 
only student groups allowed to serve alcohol at a social 
event sets them apart and contributes to negative 
perceptions about Greek life: consequently, we will 
explore alternatives for students who may legally 
drink to do so in a responsibly controlled environ- 



ment other than a fraternity house or private room. 

6. The University expects that its administrators and 
faculty will be models of responsible host behavior 
where alcohol is concerned. All employees are 
expected to observe University policies on alcohol. 

7. While the University has no legal responsibility 
for the private actions of students or staff which occur 
beyond the campus, it seeks to be a good neighbor 
in its community. To that end. the University will 
share with local landlords and governments its under- 
standing of the most appropriate ways of controlling 
the disruptive effects of alcohol abuse, and will 
support the enactment and enforcement of provi- 
sions to deal responsibly v/ith this issue. 

In summary. Susquehanna will allow the consump- 
tion of alcohol on its campus when this is done 
within the law. and with controls to protect against 
the undesirable consequences of alcohol abuse. 

A recent visit by a nationally recognized expert 
on alcohol and college campuses has reaffirmed 
our belief that Susquehanna has dealt and continues 
to deal with this issue responsibly and well. Dr. 
Thomas Goodale praised Susquehanna as an insti- 
tution to which others could look as a model of a 
caring and concerned community. Our unwavering 
commitment to high quality, rigorous education, 
informed by a clear emphasis on values, will assure 
that Susquehanna remains an institution in which 
we may all take pride. 



Februan- 24. 1988 



Joel Cunningham 
President 



Changes in the Law 

Pennsylvania 

»/ Since July 1 last year, the Liquor Control Board has turned over enforcement of Pennsylvania 
liquor laws to the State Police. 



^ The Pennsylvania House of Representatives recently passed a bill that would suspend underage 
drinkers' drivers' licenses for 90 days. 

|/ The Pennsylvania House of Representatives' Select Committee to investigate alcohol abuse 
in Pennsylvania institutions of higher education is conducting a series of hearings to learn about 
campus problems. The committee, chaired by Representative Nicholas Colafella (D-Beaver), is 
expected to make recommendations at the conclusion of the hearings. 

• A recent court case, Fassett vs. Delta Kappa Epsilon, heard by the U.S. Third Circuit Court of 
Appeals, broadened the scope of liability in cases that a party guest has too much to drink and 
subsequently causes an accident. The court ruled that not only was the person who served the 
liquor liable, but that anyone who supported that act could be considered an accomplice. 

National 

%/ A 1986 amendment to Title IV of the Education Act requires that in order for a college or 
university to qualify for any Federal assistance, including guaranteed loans for students, it must 
certify that it has a drug abuse prevention program available on campus. Enforcement of the 
regulation is likely to become stricter 



• Congress this year added $200 million, or 65 times more, to the Department of Education 
budget for drug and alcohol education and prevention programs. Most of the money is going to 
elementary and secondary school programs. 



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A National Expert's View 

Take an Active Role in 
Campus Alcohol Use 

A nationally recognized expert on alcohol use 
among college students said that Susquehanna 
University is dealing responsibly with the issue. 

Dr. Thomas G. Goodale, vice chancellor for student 
affairs at the University of Denver (Colo.) and 
president-elect of the National Student Personnel 
Administrators Association, applauded University 
efforts and urged members of the campus community 
to take an active role in determining the role of 
alcohol on campus. 

Goodale's recent visit is one of many steps taken 
by Susquehanna this year to evaluate its system for 
effectively dealing with alcohol use and the conse- 
quences of abuse. 

"Recent tragedies here and elsewhere have reminded 
us forcefully of the responsibilities we have to 
demonstrate concern and care for each other," says 
President Joel Cunningham. 

Under the leadershipof Vice President Jeanne Neff 
and Dean of Students Dorothy Anderson, a work- 
ing group is carefully re-evaluating Susquehanna's 
systems for dealing with alcohol, in light of Penn- 
sylvania law. changing legal liability, and civic 
practice with respect to alcohol on campuses. 

Goodale's visit set the agenda for the working 
group. The group is exploring ways to communi- 
cate the University's position on alcohol, to main- 
tain strong enforcement of alcohol policies, to 
develop student ownership in University goals, 
to expand University sponsored activities that 
reflect academic standards and goals, and to pro- 
vide ways that faculty can assume leadership roles 
in student life. 

During the visit, Goodale met with members of 
fraternities, sororities, student activities, student 
government, a group promoting responsible alcohol 
use. and the faculty. 

"The issue that I came here to talk about is no 
different than in 1636 when Harvard began to exper- 
ience some of the same things that are going on in 
academe today." Goodale said. "We continue to 
have the problem because this nation, for whatever 
reason, has not reached concensus about the issue 
of alcohol." 

Goodale said that of the 13 million college students 
attending more than 3,000 of America's colleges 
and universities, as many as 90 percent have chosen 
to drink beverage alcohol as high school students. 
As they continue to drink in college. Goodale esti- 
mated that 15 percent of that number will experience 
alcohol-related problems during their college years. 

"This IS a microcosm of what is going on in socierv." 
Goodale said. 

He cited statistics which show that 10 million 
Americans are addicted in some way to beverage 
alcohol abuse and another 36 million are affected. 
resulting in lost productivity, child abuse, malnutri- 
tion, and related medical problems. 




Tliomas Goodale 

Goodale edited Alcohol and the College Student, 
a collection of research findings published in 1986. 
He has more than 25 years of experience in working 
with college students in student life programs at 
Iowa State University. Michigan State University, 
the University of Denver, and the University of 
Florida. This summer, he will serve as a drug and 
alcohol monitor for the 24th Olympiad. 

In addition to the working group. Susquehanna 
has received a grant from the Aid Association to 
Lutherans that has provided for hiring a part-time 
drug and alcohol consultant, designing and offering 
a course for students tagged by disciplinary action 
as high-risk abusers, and working with student 
volunteers who will serve as peer educators on the 
risks of alcohol abuse. 

Susquehanna has hired Kenneth J. Kopf as a drug 
and alcohol consultant. A 1970 graduate of Bucknell 
University. Kopf brings Susquehanna 17 years of 
professional experience in public and private substance 
abuse counseling, as well as developing and evalu- 
ating training programs. Prior to Susquehanna he 
served as a residential supervisor tor the Salvation 
Army Clitheroe Center, a comprehensive alcohol 
and drug treatment facility in Anchorage. Alaska. 

In February. Kopf joined Vice President Neff. Dean 
Anderson and Counseling Director Alan Kreisler 
in presenting a workshop on campus alcohol use to 
members of the Board of Directors. 



Showing Off 
Susquehanna 

Susquehanna University made a brief splash 
on national television in February, thanks to 
NBC-TVs funloving weathercaster Willard 
Scott. Students wrote to Scott, asking him to 
recognize the Project House System's 12th 
anniversary. Less than a week later. Scott 
appeared on the Today show with the sweatshirt 
that accompanied the request. 




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Sports 



Czap Electrifies l^dy 
Crusader Faitlifui 



Anyone who has attended a Susquehanna women's 
basketball game in the past lour years will probably 
recall the sight of Number 22 slashing through the 
opponent's defense, makmg pinpoint passes, swishing a 
field goal from long-range, or hitting a twisting layup 
from a near impossible position. 

That number has been worn by Williamsport senior 
K;iy Czap. who has terrorized opponents and won the hearts 
of .SU fans since coming to the Crusader program from 
Loyalsock Township High School. 

In her four years. Czap has helped the Lady Crusaders 
to a 62-29 record, which included three trips to the Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC) playoffs, one MAC cham- 
pionship and two trips to the NCAA Division III Regionals. 
Last season was Czap's best individual season as she 
was selected to the MAC-NorthwesI Division All-Star 
team and finished 49th in Division III scoring averaging 
18.0 ppg, ranking her sixth in Susquehanna history for 
season scoring average. 

Although she was slowed by a knee injury this year in 
her final season, Czap still etched her name into the 
Lady Crusader career record books as she became the 
fourth player in Susquehanna women's basketball history 
to score over 1.000 points when she garnered 15 against 
York in the season finale to finish with 1,004, 

She finished her career with 1,004 points, placing her 
fourth in career scoring behind the likes of Deb Yeasted 
(2.075), Sandy Bartle (1,113) and Ruth Athey (1,057). She 
also touts the fourth best average per season (11.5 ppg) 
and set the record for free throw percentage in a single 
game when she was 15 for 15 against King's (11-24-86). 

She's proud of her accomplishments, but life at Susque- 
hanna has been more than Just basketball. 

"I think I've gotten everything out of college that I had 
hoped for. both athletically and academically." says the 
5-5 Elementary Education major, who's completed her 
student teaching at Lewisburg Middle School and is on 
schedule to graduate in May. 

"It's the first school I looked at and I liked it so much. 
I didn't look anywhere else. I'm glad I didn't." 




So is rookie head coach Mark Hribar. 

"She's done it all and I've seen her in extreme pain. I 
admire her for everything she's been able to do with the 
brace." says Hribar. 

"I took her with me when I tried to recruit players in 
the Williamsport area because she's the kind of person 

' 7 think I 've gotten 

everything out of college 

that I had hoped for, 

both athletically and 

academically. 



you want to come to Susquehanna." 

Czap believes it's that "kind of person" who has 
helped to make her athletic experience at Susquehanna 
so enjoyable. 

"I think the biggest thing is we've always had a team 
that's gotten along." she says. "We've always been good 
friends and we've always stuck together whether we're 
winning or losing." 

For the most part, it's been winning for Czap both on 
and off the court. With her playing days now over, she 
looks forward to becoming a school teacher and possibly 
joining the coaching ranks someday. 

If she's as successful out of college, the winning may 
just be beginning. 



Chris Labrecque Wins 167-Pound Title at l\/IAC Championships 



Senior co-captain Chris Labrecque knew it was going 
to take a superior effort to win the 167-pound title at the 
Middle Atlantic Conference Championships. 

As it turned out. Labrecque's bout with Delaware Valley's 
Randy Worrell in the finals resembled a scene right out 
of the motion picture "Rocky," one that earned him 
seven stitches above his right eye. a 3.3. 2-1 OT victory 
and the tournament's "Outstanding Wrestler " award, 

"It was like a street fight tor me, I was never behind 
in the match, but he was a real tough kid with a real 
hard head as my eye can prove." recalls Labrecque. of 
Holnidel. NJ. 

"I really never thought about the score or anything 



else. I just thought about getting him and I kept pushing 
myself and it just went my way." 

In order to get to Worrell, a returning Ail-American 
and last year's MAC O.W. and champ at 167. Labrecque 
had to go through Dave Durst of Ursinus in the semifinals. 
Durst had defeated Labrecque earlier in the finals of the 
Lebanon Valley Tournament earlier in the season, but 
Labrecque prevailed at MACs 2-2. 4-2 in OT to get to 
the championships. He also kept a personal record of 
never losing to the same wrestler twice. 

"Chris had the confidence at the tournament." says 
22nd-year Crusader coach Charlie Kunes. "I said once 
he got past Durst, he would beat Worrell, even though it 



was going to be tough. One thing about Chris, he never 
backs away from a challenge." 

With the win. Labrecque took a 23-2 record on to the 
NCAA Division III National Championships at Wheaton 
College (III). Once again. Labrecque's positive atfitude 
carried him into the event. 

"My goal all along has not been MAC champion. My 
goal has been Ail-American, although I know MAC 
champion has to come first." says the senior Political 
Science major "Right now. all I want to do is get to the 
national finals and win." 



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Perna Accomplishes Goal 
in One-Year Mission 



WHEN DAN PERNA accepted the position as one-year 
head coach of the Susquehanna men's basketball team this 
season, he also accepted a one-year personal mission. 

For Perna, it was "mission accomplished" as his team 
took the floor at the University of Scranton for a battle 
with the top-ranked Royals in a Middle Atlantic Conference 
Northern Division playoff game. 

"I just wanted to coach this team into the playoffs so 
that next year they'll believe in themselves enough that 
they can win the whole MAC." he recalls. 
PERNA WAS SELECTED for the position after 15-year 
head coach Don Harnum took a sabbatical this season to 
pursue his doctorate at Penn State. Although he had been 
an assistant coach with the Crusader program for five 
years and a successfijl high school head coach, choosing 
to become a collegiate head coach posed some different 
problems for Perna. who's also a full-time sales repre- 
sentative. His decision to coach still came easily. 

"First, it was the opportunity to be a head coach on a 
collegiate level and I didn't know if I could do that because 
of my other business." he says. "My dad (John '53) also 
went to school here and he died last April. This whole 
season has involved a lot of thoughts of him." 

A native of the State College area and a graduate of 
Shippensburg State College. Perna was a head coach on 
the high school level at Big Spring, Jefferson-Morgan 
and Middleburg high schools. Even though those positions 
also required a great deal of his time, the demands on 
the collegiate level have required even more of a com- 
mitment from him and his family. 

"I've made a sacrifice that's not really a sacrifice. I've had 
zero social life for the past five months." says Perna, 
who lives in Selinsgrove with his wife, Jayme, and their 
one son. 

"It's been like working two full-time jobs and the 
social end is what had to be cut out. I wouldn't have 
been able to do it at all if it weren't for my secretary at 
the office and the understanding at home." 
UNDERSTANDING HAS ALSO been a big reason for 
Perna's success on the court. Although the team only 
finished 10-14 overall, its 9-7 mark in the M AC-Northwest 
Division was good enough for second place. With a 
starting lineup that often included four sophomores and 
a junior, there were many peaks and valleys along the 
way to the playoffs. 

Ultimately. Perna's understanding towards his players 
during the season came down to a primary philosophy. 
"This is their (the players') team and they determine 
the outcome. I don't see anything wrong with that. 

"When they (the players) knew 1 was going to be head 
coach this year, they could have easily decided to have 
an easy year and wait for Don to come back next year, 
hut they didn't." 

Even though Harnum has been busy with his studies, he 
has stopped by occasionally to check the squad's progress. 
Perna gives him credit for not coaching in the crowd. 

"One night, he walked into practice early in the season 
and I felt some pressure. But then I began to think, 
"Why should I worry'?' After all, I've stayed within our 
system and I've got to be my own person, " he says. "I 
actually give Don a lot of credit because he's let this be 
my team." 

AS OF NOW. Perna plans to be beside Harnum when he 
returns as head coach next year. After being head coach 
for a year, Perna knows the adjustment back to assistant 
might take some time. 



Philanthropy 




"It's probably going to be difficult for me to function 
as an assistant coach again and I know that, but guys 
don't get hired as head coaches elsewhere with a 10-14 
record unless you really know someone," he says. 

"In a way, I'm very sad to see this season come to an 
end, even though I'm very tired. If I would have been a 
full-time head coach, it would have been everything I 
had ever dreamed it would. But trying to juggle two 
different jobs made me walk the tightrope all season." 

If Susquehanna wins the MAC crown next year, Perna 
will know his tightrope act was a show-stopper. 



Winter Sports IHighlights 

Men's Basketball 

With a starting lineup that often included four sopho- 
mores and a junior, rookie head coach Dan Perna 
directed the team to a 9-7 MAC-Northwest Division 
record which was good enough for second place and an 
MAC playoff berth. 

Junior guard and co-captain J.R. Thatcher of 
Easton, Pa,, led the team in scoring (15.5 ppg) and had 
a brilliant 26-point performance against the top-ranked 
NCAA Division III team in the University of Scranton. 
6-4 junior Scott Mangold of Berkeley Heights, N.J., 
was the top rebounder (7.1 per game). 

Women's Basketball 

Even though the Lady Crusaders had their first losing 
season since the 1979-80 campaign, first-year head 
coach Mark Hribar was pleased with how the team 
won six of its last eight games for a final record of 10-13. 

Senior co-captain Kay Czap of Williamsport, Pa,, 
led the team in points scored (288/ 12.5 per game) and 

TO PAGE 8 



Douglas and Lucille Arthur of Harrisburg have estab- 
lished the Douglas and Lucille Arthur Scholarship Fund 
as an expression of their commitment to Susquehanna 
and the opportunities it provides young men and women, 
Mr. Arthur is a member of Susquehanna's Class of 1949 
and of the University Board of Directors. In awarding 
the scholarship, preference will be given to Millersburg 
(Dauphin County) area students with strong academic 
credentials. 



The Askew Scholarship Fund has been established by Lynn 
Askew '57 in memory of Gilbert Askew '61. Funds will 
benefit students who demonstrate financial need. 



Susquehanna also has been notified that it has been 
remembered by the estates or bequests of Victor Gubin, 
William O. Roberts '29, and J. Edgar Bishop '25, 

The Robert L. Harding Scholarship Fund has been estab- 
lished by his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert L. Harding, Jr., to provide scholarship support 
to worthy students who are in need of financial assistance. 
The scholarship is named for the grandfather of Scott 
H. Harding '88, of Port Washington, NY. 



Gloria Faylor Karchner of Selinsgrove has established 
the Matthew Patrick Faylor Scholarship Endowment in 
memory of her son. Income from this endowment is to 
be used to award scholarships to women with demon- 
strated financial need and who are majoring in the 
natural or mathematical sciences. 



The Samuel P Kramer Memorial Scholarship Fund 
has been established by the will of Samuel P. and 
Audrey B. Kramer to provide scholarship aid for 
deserving students with financial need. 



The Elizabeth Epier Long Scholarship has been 
established according to her bequest to benefit students 
according to their financial need and academic achievement. 



A long-time fiiend of Susquehanna is providing a life 
income trust to help worthy students who demonstrate 
financial need. The gift, made by Ruth L. Roush of 
Selinsgrove. will establish the Raymond E. and Ruth L. 
Roush Student Loan Fund. Special consideration will be 
given to students from Snyder County. 

Mrs. Roush has been close to Susquehanna for many 
years, as a member of the Women's Auxiliary and a 
Grand Patron of the Arts. 



In future issues of the Alumnus. Phikmthmpy will recognize 
the generosity of alumni and friends. For information 
about establishing or contributing to a fund, please 
contact the Development Office. (717) 372-4117. 



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FROM PAGE 7 

Winter Sports Highlights 

became (inly the fourth player in Susquehanna women's 
basketball history to surpass 1.000 points for her career. 
Her 15-point performance against York in the season 
(male gave her a career total of 1.004. 

Fellow senior co-captain Tricia Ross of Hazleton, Pa., 
led the team in scoring average (12.8 per game) and 
rebounding (7.0 per game). 

Wrestling 

After starting the season by winning two of its first three 
dual meets for 22nd-year head coach Charlie Kunes, 
iniunes plagued the Crusaders the rest of the way in a 
4-11-1 season. 

Despite the team record, senior co-captain Chris 
I-abrecque had a dazzling 19-2 regular season that 
included a second place finish at 167 pounds at the 
Lebanon Valley Tournament. 

Men's Swimming 

Despite having only one senior on the squad, ninth-year 
head coach Ged Schweikert saw his young Crusaders 
come within one victory of equalling the record for 
most victories in a season as they finished at 6-5. 

The squad's lone senior was co-captain Rob Turner 
of Media, Pa., who led the squad in the long-distance 
freestyle events (500- and 1.000-yard). 

Sophomore Coogie Kegel of Lancaster, Pa., also was a 
top performer in the freestyle sprints (50- and 100-yard). 

Women's Swimming 

Under Schweikert, the Lady Crusaders swam their 
way to a record breaking nine victories in a 9-3 campaign 
that included wins against Division II foes Lock Haven 
(135-92) and Mansfield (103-69). 

Freshman sensation Carrie Healey of Paramus, N.J., 
set school records in both the 200-yard freestyle 
(2:05.91) and the 500-yard freestyle (5:41.87). She was 
also the squad's top performer in the 100-yard freestyle. 
100-yard breastslroke and 200-yard individual medley. 

In the backstroke, freshman transfer Stephanie Grant 
of Blue Bell, Pa., was one of the best in the conference 
in both the 100- and 200-vard. 



Faculty/Staff Briefs 



■ Results of an empirical investigation and validation study 
conducted by accounting professor Edward Schwan 
shows there are "significant correlations" between the 
graduate point average and scores on the Graduate Manage- 
ment Admissions Test (GMAT). the undergraduate 
grade point average and the junior /senior grade point 
average. Dr. Schwan's findings have been featured in the 
Journal of Education for Business. Schwan says the 
study once was required by the American Assembly of 
Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), but was dropped 
due to the difficulty of the task. The study focuses on 
the MBA program offered by Murray State University 
(Kentucky), where Schwan previously served. Schwan 
says that the test results support previous studies of 
admissions to graduate study. 

■ Football Coach W, Michael (Rocky) Rees joined the 
lineup of guest coaches at the Kickoff Clinic sponsored 
by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches 
Association. 

■ An encaustic painting by art instructor Dorothy Masom 
garnered a first place award among paintings in compe- 
tition sponsored by the Art Association of Harrisburg. 

■ Richard W.H. Kozlowski '75, assistant professor of 
physics, presented two papers at the Division of Planetary 
Sciences meeting at Pasadena. CA. Kozlowski co-authored 
the papers with members of the University of Arizona's 
Department of Planetary Sciences Lunar Planetary 
Laboratory. 

■ Carl J. Bellas, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of 
Business, has joined the Education Committee of the 
Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 

■ President Joel Cunningham has been elected to the 
Lutheran Educational Conference of North America's 
board of directors. 

■ Robert Nylund, professor of chemistry, has been 
elected chairman-elect of the Susquehanna Valley section 
of the American Chemical Society. 



■ Management professors Michael Currid, Wallace 
Growney, Richard Masom, and William Ward served 
as reviewers of competitive papers for the annual world 
conference of the International Council for Small Business 
planned in June. 

■ Thanks to the support of alumnus Todd Rossell '78, 
accounting professor Edward Schwan was selected to 
attend the American Accounting Association's Robert 

M . Trueblood seminar on auditing theory and procedures. 
Normally, faculty from accredited business schools are 
the only participants. Rossell, director of university 
relations for Touche Ross and seminar selection com- 
mittee member, endorsed Schwan's application. 

■ French professor Jack Kolbert delivered the keynote 
address at a recent language and culture seminar sponsored 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Education in Harris- 
burg on Friday, February 19. Dr. Kolbert discussed 
"The Status of the Foreign Languages Discipline in 
1988: Innovations and Advances." 

■ A feature on manufactured housing in February's US Air 
magazine has a Susquehanna connection. Carl J. 
Bellas, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business, is 
among several authors, builders, and educators who are 
quoted in the news story. 

■ An interview with religion professor John Cooper is 
being aired on 238 U.S. radio stations this spring. Public 
Interest Affiliates Network interviewed Cooper on the 
Ku Klux Klan and Televangelists as part of a series on 
the Ugly Side of America. 

■ Music instructor C, Scott Smith has been commissioned 
by the Air Force Band of the East to adapt another musical 
selection for the band's spring tour and next recording. 
Earlier this year, the band performed Smith's first com- 
missioned work throughout its fall tour; Constance 
Galbraith '83 was the band's featured soloist. 

■ Weighing Delight and Dole. A Study of Comedy, Anxiety 
and Tragedy, a book written by German professor Peter 
Waldeck, has been accepted for publication by Lang 
Press, a Swiss-based publisher 



FROM PAGE 3 

$22 l\/liliion Campaign 

Physical Plant Needs: $8.5 Million 

Based on the findings of a comprehensive facilities 
audit, the University seeks funds to support a pro- 
grani of internal renovation and expansion to 
improve the quality of campus living and learning 
environments. 

Major renovation is planned for Fisher Science 
Building, to promote cross-disciplinary research, 
as well as the University Library. 

To accommodate space needs for the School of Fine 
Arts and Communications, several alternatives are 
being considered for art and dance studios, gallery 
space, and a small instructional theatre. 

Other areas targeted for improvement include 
residence halls. Bogar and Steele halls as \»ell as 
Selinsgrove Hall. 
Annual Giving: $4.5 Million 

Acknowledging the essential role that the Susque- 
hanna University Fund plays in maintaining financial 



strength, the Board of Directors has determined 
that the SUF must conduct a separate approach 
during each year of the campaign. 

Campaign Leadership 

In addition to Wets and Isaacs, other campaign 
leaders include: honorary chairs Helen Decker 
Blough and Charles B. Degenstein; national vice 
chairs William A. Gettig, Raymond C. Lauver '50. 
and Erie I. Shobert II "35; board solicitation chair 
Harold O'Connor: major gifts chair Samuel D. 
Ross '54; leadership gifts chair Albert P. Molinaro * 
Jr. '50; planned gifts chair Douglas E. Arthur '49; 
steering committee members Sidney J. Apfelbaum. 
Joan Bishop. Jack Bishop '57. Carl L. Campbell 
"65, Joel Cunningham. Kenneth O. Fladmark, John 
G. Foos '71, Frank W. Fletcher. Rev. Walter B. 
Freed. Louise Kresge Isaacs '45. Sara G. Kirkland, 
Jack Kolbert, Saul Putterman, and Gustave W. Weber 



Fire Damages 
Hassinger Hall 

A fire which broke out on the third floor of 
Hassinger Hall on Friday, April 1 caused an 
estimated $100,000 in damages. No one was injured. 

The fire occurred while the University was closed 
for the religious holiday weekend. An extension 
cord has been cited as the cause of the accidental 
fire. The fire was contained primarily to one room, 
although the corridor sustained heat, smoke and 
water damage. 

President Joel Cunningham said that the 26 male 
students who lived on the floor have been moved to 
other campus areas for the rest of the semester. 

The blaze was extinguished in about 30 minutes by 
about 150 firefighters from eight volunteer companies. 



SUSQUEHANNA 

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Susquehannans on Parade 

Looking Back. . . 




MiiY DiiY. I960 



THE THIRTIES 

Attorne\ Laird S. Gemberling '33 was recently honored al 
ceremonies in his Selinsgrove, PA office as a 50-year member 
of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. 

THE FORTIES 

Rev. Martin Hopkins '42 is celebrating fifty years in the 
ministry. Although retired, he still serves as assistant pastor al 
the Calvary United Methodist Church in Colonial Park, near 
Harrisburg. PA, Pastor Hopkins, one of three brothers who 
entered the ministry — a brother Henry F. Hopkins graduated 
from Susquehanna in 1944. served as pastor of Calvary for 12 
years before moving on to other calls, 



THE FIFTIES 



Rev. Dwight A. Huseman '57 has been called to serve as 
pastor and developer for the American Lutheran Church in 
Fairfax County. VA. He is a past president of the Pennsylvania 
Library Association. 

Frank L. Romano '57 is the headmaster at Canterbury School, 
a private school in Ft, Myers. FL. 

THE SIXTIES 

Rev. Dr. Gary A. Hackenberg '60 has been installed as 
pastor of the Shiloh United Church of Christ of Danville. PA. 
He and his family reside in nearby Riverside. 

Dr. Oliver H. London '64 is the new director of organizational 
effectiveness for Brown-Forman Corporation. In addition, he 
is the company's assistant vice president. 

H. Richard Barley H '67 is among a group of Lutheran 
Brotherhood district representatives who successfully completed 



the fraternal benefit society's career school. He represents the 
Wilfred H. Heuer Agency in Lancaster, PA. 

Charles S. Bender H '67 was recently named executive 
vice president and chief operating officer of Farmers and 
Merchants Trust Company in Chambersburg. PA. 

David H. McAfee '69 has been promoted to claim manager 
of Aetna Life & Casualty's Commercial Insurance Division in 
Reading. PA. He moves from the company's home office in 
Hartford. CT. 

George A. Pecker x'64 is the assistant vice-president and 
regional manager of Nonhern Central Bank's Sunbury. PA office. 
He joined NCB after 14 years service with Foodcraft. Inc. 
Fecker earned his degree from SU in 1972. 

THE SEVENTIES 

Rev. Donald B. Green '70 is the new dean of the Lancaster 
Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. 
He is pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit in 
Lancaster. PA. 

Rev. William Q. Stickley '70 has become the new pastor of 
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Linglestown. PA. He 
and his family reside in Deerpath Woods. 

Tom Carter '72 has been named by the District of Columbia 
Special Olympics Committee as the Outstanding Writer for 
1987. He is a writer/ reporter for Tfie Washingum Times. 
covering participatory sports. The award, the only one given to 
a print journalist by the Special Olympics, cited Carter's 
sensitivity toward the Special Olympians. 

William B. Trousdale '74 is a marketing consultant with radio 
station WMSP-FM in Harrisburg. PA. He has worked in radio 
in central Pennsylvania since shortly after his graduation. 

Bert T. Gillespie '76 has been promoted to general manager 
with Businessland in the Cincinnati. OH area. 

Lawrence T, Hill '76 is an account executive with WVUE-TV 



in New Orleans. LA. He had been in radio sales before 
moving to television. 

Kent D. Houser '76 is teaching geography, social studies 
and sociology at Greenwood High School. He moved to the 
Lew'istown, PA area from Susquenita High School. 

Elizabeth Walsh Kreger '76 is a member of the law firm of 
Stark & Stark in Lawrence. NJ. She is an associate in the 
firm's banking law department. She and her husband Patrick '76 
reside in Lawrenceville. NJ with their two children. 

Dr. Joe A. Sweatlock '77 of Fairless Hills, PA has received 
certification as a diplomat of the American Board of Toxicology. 
He is a research scientist for the New Jersey Department of 
Health's Toxicological Services Lab. 

Suzanne Paetzer Yenkner '77 was promoted to personnel 
director with Coopers & Lybrand in Hartford, CT, She and 
her husband Robert '75 reside in Middletown. CT. 

Michael Katchmer '78 of Bloominglon, IN has his article 
on the silent screen star Gladys Brockwell published in Classic 
Images. The magazine is a film collector's periodical. 

Dr. Robert C. Drugan *79 began his duties as assistant 
professor of physiological psychology and neurosciences 
recently at Brown University, He resides in Providence. RI. 

Clair M. Freeman '79 directed the recent performance of 
"Round and Round the Garden" at the Schuykill Campus of 
Penn State. He is the artistic director of the Schuykill County 
Council for the Arts' Moonlight Theatre. Freeman resides in 
Pine Grove. PA. 

Nicholas P. Interdonato '79 was recently featured in two 
articles in computer trade magazines. Land and Computer 
Reseller. The articles cite Interdonato for having taken a near- 
bankrupt ComputerLand business and turning it into a $3 
million-a-year operation in a very short time. Interdonato, a 
magna cum laude graduate and four-year football player, has 
also developed a computer software program which is in use at 
hundreds of high schools and colleges to assist football coaches 
in scouting and statistical techniques. Interdonato was an assistant 
football coach at SU in the 1980s. He resides with his family 
in Frederick, MD. 

THE EIGHTIES 

Bonnie K. Budd '83 is a senior programmer analyst with 
ISl. a division of Mars, Inc. She resides in Hacliettstown. NJ. 

Susan Cavanaugh Duffy "83 has been promoted to 
personnel coordinator for the Donnelley Diectory. She resides 
in White Plains. NY, 

Timolhy W. Ryan '83 has been appointed national sales 
director of Princess Resorts located in Scottsdale. AZ, He also 
resides in Scottsdale. 

Richard G. Booth '85 is a programmer /analy.st for Sally's 
Grand Casino in Atlantic City. NJ. He resides in Ocean City 

Jeffrey B. Stolting '85 is a supervisor with E F Hutlon He 
IS living in Prospect Park. NJ. 

Calhy L. Jones '86 is marketing coordinator of the Vitetta 
Group in Philadelphia. Vitetta is an architectural, engineering, 
planning and interior design firm. 

Kirk A. Jones '86 became sales manager of Dryvil Systems. 
Inc. in the Baltimore /Washington area. He resides in 
Gaithersburg, MD. 

Dorothy J. Ziemnowicz '86 is a projects associate with the 
Capital Region Geriatric Center in Cohoes, NY. She resides in 
Watervliet. NY and continues to work on her master's degree 
in business administration. 

Phillip A. Compton '80, music director of St, James Lutheran 
Church in Potlstown, PA, recently staged a program at the 
church, which featured solo and ensemble work by the Classes 
of 1980 and 1981. Participants, all music majors from SU, included 
Mary Brennan Huesken '80, Nancy Mott Kammerer '80, 
Michael C, Kammerer '80, Brian R. Shaw '80, Made B. 
VV'alburn "80 and William I. Tilghman '81. 

Rulh Hebel Bruner '82 was recently installed as parish 



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THE EIGHTIES 



associaic M ihe Ml. Calvary Luiheran Church in Johnsiown. 
PA Her faiher. Rev. H. Lee Hcbel '48, look part in the 
service She is married to Thomas <.',. Bruner '82. Her 
mother is Edilh Wegner Hebel '49. 

David B. Hess '82 is now residing in Princeton, NJ. He recently 
took a sales position with H, Muehlstein & Company 

.Sharon A. Melfe '82 has taken a position as personnel con- 
sultant with Aavis-on-Park in New York- She resides in the city. 

Attorney James E. Persing '82 has formed a law partnership 
in Walsontown. PA. His partner is Allen K. Neyhard. Parsing 
resides in Lewisburg. PA. 

Dale J. Travis '82 performed recently at Penn State in the 
opera "La Boheme." He is a member of the Western Opera 
Theatre of San Francisco. CA. 

Jonathan E. Ambler x'82 is the controller of Slan Company 
in the Washington. DC area He resides in Bethesda. MD. 

.Sue I.andmesscr Augustine '83 of Richmond, VA is working 
with the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of that city. Her respon- 
sibilities include interviewing volunteers to find suitable 
companions for a child from a single-parent home. 



IDo^s 



COOPER -BARBER 

Jacquelyn W. Barber '61 to Arthur R. Cooper. January 10, 1987. 
Devon. PA / 200 Mayfield Avenue. #E-2. Cranston. Rl 02920 
WROK-MATENA 

Barbara S. Matena '81 to Bruce W. Torok '79, April 4, 1987, 
Tower Hill Church, Red Bank, NJ. Susquehannans in the wed- 
ding party included Diane E. Croft '81, Scott M. Torok '88, 
Garth S. Torok '83, and Jeffrey S. Pridmore x'79. Barbara 
IS a retail manager. Mid-Atlantic division. Richardson-Vicks 
Health Care Products Division. Bruce is a senior software 
consultant. Data Executive International. / 28 Jacamar Drive, 
Voorhees. NJ 08043. 
PAVLO-CULDNER 

Deborah J. Guldner '85 to Michael Pavlo. May 23. 1987. 
Livingston Presbyterian Church. Livingston. NJ. Wendy H. 
Jacobs '85 was in the wedding party. Deb is a pharmaceutical 
sales repa'sentative. ICI Pharma. and her husband is with Schering 
Laboratories. / 11 Brookside Place, Livingston, NJ 07039. 
KELSO - GREEN AWALT 

Robin L. Greenawalt '83 to Mark A Kelso, June 13. 1987. 
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Schuylkill Haven. PA. Susan 
Frekot Doty '83 was in the wedding party. Robin is in retail 
sales, AM&A's of Buffalo. Her husband is a member of the 
Buffalo Bills, National Football League. / 35 Hunter's Ridge, 
Orchard Park, NY 14127. 
TASHjy SALLAH 

Stephanie A. Sallah to Kenneth A. Tashjy '83, July 11. 1987. 
Saint Ann's Church. Gloucester. MA. In the wedding party 
from Susquehanna were M. Scott Tashjy '82, Lori DiLonardu 
Tashjy '82, and Glenn I. Maclnnes '83. Ken is an Area 
Director and Summer Conference Coordinator at the College 
of William and Mary, and his wife is a marketing representa- 
tive for Contel Telecommunication Systems. / Office of 
Residential Life. College of William and Mary. Williamsburg, 
VA 2318.'i. 
SARIDAKISCHANG 

Susan G. Chang to George E. Saridakis '75, July 12, 1987, 
Webb Memorial Chapel in the Madison Presbjterian Church, 
Madison, NJ. John D. Gonzalez '75 was in the wedding pans. 
George is a manager with DNA Plant Technologx Corp , and 
his wife IS a programming analyst with Prudential Insurance 
Co. / 179 Delaware Street. Woodbury. NJ 08096. 
KA^NER- HALEY 

Maureen Haley '83 to W, Drew Kastner. August 8, 1987. 
Our Lady of Peace Church. New Providence. NJ. Marguerite 
.\. Doyle '83 was in the wedding pans Maureen is with Dunn 



and Bradstreet. and her husband is a general attorney for the 
National Broadcasting Company. / 19 Tempe Wick Road. 
Mendham. NJ 07945. 
LUTCHER-KNOWLES 

Robin L. Knowles to Rev. David C Lutcher '78, August 15. 1987, 
St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Marshalls Creek, PA. David is 
pastor at St. Paul Lutheran Church of Smithfield, East Strouds- 
burg, PA, and his wife teaches mathematics at Pocono Mountain 
High School. / P.O. Box 833, Marshalls Creek, PA 18335. 
BOYER-SHAW 

Tracey A. Shaw '83 to Brian C. Boyer. August 15. 1987. 
Evangelical Luiheran Church. Reedsville. PA. / Apartment 
H-1. 116 Martha Drive. St. Marys. GA 31558 
HUESTON - SILVERMAN 

Deborah R. Silverman to Philip J. Hueston, Jr. '84, August 
16, 1987. at The Homestead, Spring Lake Heights, NJ. Philip 
is vice president of Modular Coatings Inc. . and his wife is a 
recruiter in human resources. First Jersey National Bank. / 134 
Brandywine Court. Brick Town. NJ 08724. 
DENNEN-TRIACA 

Michelle M. Ti-iaca '85 to Timothy J. Dennen. August 22, 1987, 
Church of the Resurrection. Muncy. PA. She teaches choral 
and instrumental music and he is in family practice medicine. / 
250 Lower West Lake. Penn Yan. NY 14527. 
BECKER -TULLI 

Dcbra K. Tulli '74 to Duncan R, Becker. August 29. 1987. 
St. Joan of Arc. Hershey. PA. Susannah Halston '74 was in 
the wedding party. Debra is a juvenile probation officer for 
Dauphin County and her husband is a sales representative for 
3M National Advertising Co. / 185 William Penn Drive. 
Nornsiown, PA 19403 
LUBRECHT- INGRAM AM 

Alice Ingraham to James L. Lubrechl II '58, August 30, 1987. 
James is a CPA and works for the State Office of Budget and 
his wife works for the State Library, / 82 Fairfax Village 
North. Harrisburg, PA I7II2. 
DUNN-WELLIVER 

Kathryn A. Wellivcr .'85 to Bart J. Dunn. September 6. 1987. 
United Memorial Methodist Church, White Plains, NY. 
Susquehannans in the wedding party were Jamie L. Apple 
'85, Ann E. Hubley '85, and Carin L. Oberg '85. Kathryn is 
an analyst and her husband is a business planner, both with 
Pepsi Cola USA. / 152 Fairway Drive. Carmel. NY 10512. 
ROA- BROWN 

Robin L. Brown '85 lo Roberto Roa, September 6. 1987, 
Emanuel Lutheran Church, Pleasantville, NY. Mary Fisher 
Warrick '85 and Stephanis Farkas Salinas '84 were in the 
wedding party. Robin is a bilingual caseworker for the West- 
chester County Department of Social Services, and her husband 
is a cook at the Fountain Restaurant. / 71 Tompkins Avenue. 
Pleasantville. NY 10570 
SOUTTER-MYERS 

Ann Marie Myers to Douglas G. Soutter '86, September 6. 
1987. United Church of Christ, Chapel Hill, NC. Douglas is 
doing graduate work in geophysics in the University of North 
Carolina, and his wife is a nurse. / H 7 Village Apartments, 
Carrboro, NC 27510. 
JOHNS -SHREINER 

Caria J. Shreiner '85 to Thomas R. Johns IV '83, September 
12. 1987, First Presbyterian Church. Willow Grove, PA. In the 
wedding party from Susquehanna were Nanci G. Shreiner 
'84, Mary K. David '84, Dawn E. Fischer '85, and Scott R. 
Jeffery '83. CarIa is a sales representative. Franklin Chemical 
& Equipment Co.. and Tom is personal banker. Mellon Bank 
East. 109 Rutledge Court, North Wales, PA 19454. 
FARR- FURLONG 

Linda M. Furlong '82 to Edward J. Farr '80, October 3. 1987. 
.Sacred Heart Church, Haverhill, MA Susquehannans in the 
wedding pans were John C, Farr '83, Paul F. Kern '80, Lynne 
Warmerdam '82, and Kristina Warmerdam Wilhelmsen '82. 
Linda IS a market planner with AT&T and Ed is an equity trader. 
Dickstein & Co. 130 Spring Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840. 



WOLFE -ROSSELL 

Marianne "Mimi" Rossell '82 to Mark N Wolfe. October 
3. 1987. St. Luke Church, Westport, CT. In the wedding party 
from Susquehanna was Karen P. Backer '82, Elizabeth A. 
Bergh '82, and Nancy Wright Greenshields '82. Mimi is an 
account executive at Bruce J. Bloom Advertising & Marketing 
and her husband is a media research associate at J. Walter 
Thompson USA. / 250 East 35th Street. New York. NY 10016. 
HOOBLER ANDERSON 

Sharon E. Anderson '85 to James L. Hoobler. October 17, 
1987, Christ Church. Summit. NJ. Debra Jean Smith '85 and 
Tracy Dexheimer '85 were in the wedding party. Sharon is an 
underwriter with Seaboard Surety Company, where her husband 
is a senior underwriter. / 13 Bentley Court. Bedminster. NJ 07921. 
BA MBERGER - HUIZER 

Cynthia J. Huizer x'83 to Michael S. Bamberger, October 
25, 1987, Butler United Methodist Church, Butler, NJ. Amy J. 
Fischer '83 and Caroline M. Lee x'83 were in the wedding 
party. Cynthia is an admissions representative with the Katharine 
Gibbs School and her husband is creative director and copy- 
writer at Allan London Advertising Agency. / Apartment 4. 
230 Center Street, Nutley, NJ 07110. 
ANmL-BRENEMAN 

Kathleen A. Breneman '83 to Kevin L Antol. October 31. 
1987. Trinity Lutheran Church. Lancaster. PA. Richard W. 
Rudd '82 and Denise Wenke Rudd '83 were in the wedding party 
Kathleen is a counselor specialist with Lancaster Juvenile Pro- 
bation and Parole, and her husband is distribution center 
manager. Child Craft. / 564 West Lemon Street. Lancaster. 
PA 17603. 
SIBLEY -LIGGETT 

Connie Liggett '77 to Reed D. Sibley. Sr.. November 7, 1987, 
First Baptist Church, Lewisburg, PA. Connie is a rural mail 
carrier and her husband is a salesman. Cooper's Hardware. / 
149 Jean Boulevard, Lewisburg. PA 17837. 
WAGNER - BERKHEIMER 

Leslie A. Berkheimer '87 to Cory Wagner, November 7. 1987. 
St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Verdilla, PA. In the wed- 
ding party from Susquehanna were Jill S. Schafer '87 and 
Donna L. Brown '87. / 80IA8 Park Forest Apartments, Aaron 
Drive, State College, PA 16803. 



Born Crusaders 



To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elzweiler x'69, a daughter, Audranna 
Lynn. October 25, 1986. Audra Martz Etzweiler '34 is the 
proud grandmother. / 141 Windermere Avenue, Lansdowne, 
PA 19050. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burdell Rader, Jr. '76, a daughter. 
Elisabeth Alvord. March 31, 1987. / Mountain Spring Drive. 
Reeders. PA 18352. 

To Jeffrey and Deborah Clemens Werronen '77, a daughter. 
Shelby Jean. April 6. 1987 Deborah is self-employed as a data 
processing consultant. / 840 Newell Street. Painesville 
Township, OH 44077. 

To Mr and Mrs Joseph L. Ventresca '77, a daughter. Tiamarie, 
April 11, 1987. / 751 Cox Road, Mooreslown, NJ 08057 

To John W and Kristine Oddsen Lamb "78, a daughter. 
Kirstcn Anne. April 17, 1987 Kris is an information systems 
analyst. Bell Atlantic. She also teaches fiute at the College of 
St. Elizabeth and performs regularly with the Early Music 
Players. "Rosetta" and the Electric Consort. / 108 Shady 
Lane. Randolph, NJ 07869. 

To Charles and Holly Henschel Hovis '75, a son, Steven 
Hanman, May 7. 1987 / 12 Phoenix Drive, Mendham, NJ 07945. 

To Dr. Michael J. '78 and Janice Gaschen Herman '79, a 
daughter, Kristen Caroline, May 19, 1987 / 1021 Kinglet Drive. 
Norristown. PA 19403, 

To James A. and Bonita Freeze Lewars '74, a son. Christopher 
Michael. May 25. 1987 .' 3805 St. Lawrence Avenue. Reading. 
PA 19605. 



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To James I., Jr. '81 and Ann Stanzione Thompson '82, a 
daughter, Amanda Chrisime. June 18, 1987. / 5522 Foxtail Lane, 
Ellicott City, MD 21043. 

To Kenneth and Christine Hefler Reinert '77, a daughter, 
Laura Elizabeth, June 18, 1987. / 6316 Moccasin Avenue, 
Cheyenne, WY 82009 

To Mr. and Mrs, Donald A. Eggc '78, a son, Joshua Allen, 
July 7, 1987 / .'i649 East -C" Avenue, Richland, Ml 49083. 

To John M. '79 and Robin Swenk Hilton '79, a son, Matthew 
Ryan, August 1, 1987 John has rejoined Standard Steel and has 
been promoted to manager of Ring Products. / 94 Walnut 
Road, Lewislown, PA 17044, 

To Mr, and Mrs. Philip B, Olphin '76. a son. Brooks Ryan, 
September 3, 1987 / 1 Deep Pond Court, New Freedom, PA 17349 

To Ryan and Kim Glass Hannigan '80, a son, Jesse David, 
September 28, 1987, She still teaches instrumental music in the 
Mechanicsburg School District. Her husband is an assistant 
manager for York Federal Savings and Loan, / 33 McClellan 
Drive, East Berlin, PA 17316. 

To David and Jay ne Carney Gaglione '80, a daughter, Kaitlin 
Joy, September 30, 1987 / 715 Rolling Green Drive. Selins- 
grove, PA 17870. 

To J. Andrew and Barbara Shatto Harvey '75, a son, Daniel 
James, October 2, 1987 / 246 Arch Street, Sunbury, PA 17801. 

To Gary and Barbara Woods Gonsar '77, a son, Andrew 
Michael, October .3, 1987 / 16 Rome Court, R.D. 2, Selins- 
grove, PA 17870. 

To Mr. and Mrs, William C. Miicke '80, a son, Kevin William, 
October 9, 1987, / 107 Woodside Road, Maplewood, NJ 07040, 

To Craig J. '77 and Diane Knetz Rilej '77, a son, Colin John, 
October 17, 1987, Diane is a registered nurse in Intensive Care 
Unit at Mercer Medical Center, Craig has been promoted to 
assistant vice president at New Jersey National Bank, Trenton, 
NJ, / 333 Crown Street, Morrisville, PA 19067 

To Thomas and Cheryl Wolchek Lee '73, a daughter, Rebecca 
Gaylc, October 28, 1987. Cheryl is the media manager for 
Philip Morris, USA and Thomas is a tax manager for Coopers 
and Lybrand. / 55 Lillian Court, Ramsey, NJ 07446 

To Robert and Deborah Horvalh Ericksen '82, a son, Matthew 
Robert, November 30, 1987, / 210 Clinton Avenue, North 
Plainfield, NJ 07060. 



Deaths 



Joseph Pasterchik '41, Philadelphia. PA. April 21, 1981, 
Word of his death was just recently received. He was a flyer in 
World War II and a reading specialist at Penn Charter School 
in Gerniantown, PA 

Mary Elizabeth Royer Seidel '29, Flossmoor, IL, 
December 6, 1986. She had been a librarian and English 
teacher in the Cleveland, OH area before retiring, 

Ada E. Bateman Donachy, Sunbury, PA, May 2, 1987 She 
studied music at Susquehanna for two years about the time of 
World War 1. 

John L. Sawyer '72, Pittsburgh, PA. August 11, 1987 He was 
an investment broker with A.G, Edwards & Sons of Beaver, 
PA. He is survived by his wife, the former Lisa Deamer '71. 

Calvert R. Manley, Jr. 'x47, Belleville, IL, September 5, 1987 
Manley, who earned his degree at Case Western Reserve, was 
a research engineer with Alcoa in East St. Louis, IL, 

James R. Peifer '29, Harrisburg, PA, September 9, 1987 
For many years he was an electrical construction and physical 
education instructor at Camp Curtin Junior High School in 
Harrisburg, 

Harley H. Barnes '25, Linwood. NJ. September 18. 1987 
He was engaged in the milling and lumber business for more 
than 40 years. 

Robert A. Slegal x'3S, State College. PA, October 6, 1987 
His brothers Eugene '26 and Daniel '28 were Susquehanna 
graduates. 

Maria Geiselman Gabrielson '13. Hanover, PA, October 
16, 1987. She had been a resident of The Brethren Home in 



New Oxford, PA. She was a niece of former Susquehanna 
University president, Charles T, Aikens. 

John M. Leese '27, Union. NJ, October 28, 1987 He was 
with the Union School District for 30 years, retiring as vice 
principal of Kawameeh Junior High School. 

Walter E. Shank '31, Boca Raton. FL. October 29, 1987 A 
retired school teacher, he headed the commercial department 
at Schuykill Haven High School, 

Carroll Stanley Millard '56, Parsippany. NJ, November 12, 

1987, He was a manager with AT&T and active in community 
affairs in the Allentown area. His wife is the former Margaret 
K. Webber '54. He resided in Wescosville, PA. 

Cyril M. Zechman '21, Lewisburg, PA, December 7. 1987, 
He taught and coached in the Pittsburgh area before working in 
the brick industry. He retired as plant manager of the 
Watsontown-Paxton Brick, Co, in 1959 

Gertrude E. Fisher Jones '29, Allentown, PA, December 

13, 1987, She taught English and history in the Pittsburgh 
School District for several years after her graduation. Her 
father. Dr. George E. Fisher (Class of 1888), was a member 
of the Susquehanna faculty for many years, 

Eleanor J. O'Donnell Wargnv '28, Fairfax, WA. December 

14, 1987 She was a native of Girardville, PA. 

Donna J. Somerfleld '74, Lancaster. PA. January 6, 1988, She 
had been in ill health for 12 years. A violin major at Susquehanna, 
where she appeared in many musical productions and gave 
recitals, she was working toward a master's degree at Peabody 
Conservatory of Music in Baltimore when she became ill. 

Frank E. Ehrenfeld '22, Philipsburg, PA, January 9, 1988, 
He was formerly supervising principal of the Philipsburg- 
Osceloa Area School District, His career in education spanned 
five decades. He also served several terms as a member of the 
Susquehanna University Board of Directors, 

William H. Poust, Jr. '49, Harrisburg, PA, February 1, 

1988. He was associated with Pomeroy's department store 
from the time he was graduated until he retired in 1986. 
Survivors include William H. Poust III '78. 



Robert V. Redpath, Jr., South Orange. NJ. December 

28. 1987, He was a member of the Susquehanna University 
Board of Directors from 1961 to 1985, when he became an 
emeritus member. A graduate of Yale University and its 
law school, he was a chartered life underwriter. He was a 
pension and estate planning specialist with Connecticut 
Mutual Life qualifying as a life member of the Million 
Dollar Round Table, 



In Memoriam 

William O. Roberts '29, assistant professor emeritus of 
music, died February 20 after a brief illness. 

A native of Wilkes-Barre. Mr. Roberts received his Bachelor 
of Music degree from Susquehanna before leachmg music 
education for the Wilkes-Barre City Schools from 1930-1964. 
He pursued graduate study at Harvard University and Penn 
Slate University and earned a Master of Education degree 
from New York University in 1954, 

In 1964. he returned to Susquehanna as assistant professor of 
music and director of the music teacher education program. 
During that lime, he served as president of the Pennsylvania 
Music Educators National Conference and the Music Educators 
National Conference. 

Mr. Roberts retired from Susquehanna in 1976 and was named 
assistant professor emeritus. The same year, he was awarded 
Susquehanna's Alumni Service Award for outstanding service 
to the University. Throughout his retirement, he remained an 
active member of the Susquehanna community. 

Mr. Roberts is survived by his wife. Ruth; two sons. William 
Jr.. and Kenneth; and seven grandchildren. 

A memorial has been established at Susquehanna, 



Alumni Association 
Presents Slate of 
1988-89 Officers 

President 

Louis E, Santangelo, Jr, "50 

Hershcy. PA: B.S. decree: M.S. degree from Biichiell 
University: broker /manager. Jack Gaiighen Realtors. 

Vice President 

William A. Lewis, Jr. '68 

Chevy Chase. MD: B.A. degree: J. D. degree from Boston 
University Law School: counsel to the U.S. Senate 
Judiciary Committee. 

Vice President 

Terry L. March "67 

Franklin Square. NY: B.S. degree: managing partner of 
March and Company. New York City. 

Secretary 

Donald S. King '66 

Montoiirsville. PA: B.A. degree: social studies teacher, 
Montoursville Area School District. 

Treasurer 

Chester G. Rowe '52 

Selinsgrove, PA; B.A. degree: M.A. degree from Bucknell 
University: director of guidance and pupil personnel, 
Selinsgrove Area School District. 

Members at Large 

Leah Cryder Oberheim '47 

Alumni Representative to the University 

Board of Directors 

Woolrich. PA: B.S. degree: retired office manager, 
Fleisher 's Dairy Stores. 

Todd G. Burns '81 

Pen Argyl. PA: B.A degree: science teacher, Pocoiw 
Mountain School District. 

David M. Dumeyer '69 

Umdisville. PA: B.A. degree: research analyst. Republican 
research staff, Pennsylvania House of Representatives. 

Teri L. Guerrisi '80 

Harrisburg, P.4: B.A. degree: news reporter. WHP-TV. 

Marsha A, Lehman '74 

Penfield, NY: B.A. degree: M.S. from the University of 
Rochester: munager, government systems division, Eastman 
Kodak Company. 

Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72 

Glen Mills, PA: B.S. degree: M.S. from Clemson Univer- 
sity: group research manager. Scon Paper Company, 
Philadelphia. 

Christopher D. Rooke '82 

Morrisiown, NJ: B.A. degree: secoiulan operations 
services. AT&T. 

Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41 

Wesf Chester. PA; B.S. degree: retired music teacher. 
West Chester School District. 



Commentary 



SPRING ALUMNI WEEKEND 1988 has passed 
and reports indicate that it was a successful event. 
Many alumni, friends, and parents took part in 
the varied activities. This particular weekend, coupled 
with all the district club meetings in the various 
locales, reminds us just how much of a pleasure it 
is to be back at our alma mater. 



There are other little bonuses, too. I'm sure you can 
share with me the feelings when George Campbell 
'63 called the Alumni Office to notify us of a new 
address and had no idea that he was talking to his 
classmate, Jim Campbell. Needless to say. George 
and I staged a mini-reunion right on the phone. Or 
what about the time over the Christmas holidays 
when I looked up from my desk to see that Tom 
Helvig '64 trudged up three flights of steps to the 
Alumni Office in Selinsgrove Hall. Tom and his 
family were visiting his parents in Selinsgrove for 
the holidays. After coming from Georgia, Tom 
remarked that he didn't recall Pennsylvania winters 
being as harsh as they now seemed. 



THE RESPONSE TO moving Spring Alumni Weekend 
to early June for 1989 is very positive. This gives 
us a time when we can have the campus to ourselves. 
It isn't too early to mark the dates for next year- 
June 9. 10 and II, 1989. You'll get plenty of notice 
of the new innovations, such as staying on campus 
in dorms and dining in Evert hall. 



SOMETHING THAT HAS WORKED well in con- 
junction with regular class reunions is what we call 
"special group" reunions. We've already had suc- 
cessful gatherings of students from the Jim Garrett 
Era and graduates of the University's 25-year-old 
Political Science Department. Track athletes who 
worked under Coach Ron Thomas (1967-70) held a 
reunion during Spring Alumni Weekend, and there 
is talk of getting the men together who played foot- 
ball at SU under the Staggs — Amos Alonzo Stagg, 
Jr. and Sr. 




What are your special interests? What group of 
friends would you like to see back on campus? Let 
us know. We'll help with arranging an event. We'd 
like to see you back more often than once every 
five years. 

EVEN IF YOU LIVE too far away to make a campus 
visit practical, you need not lose touch with 
Susquehanna. If you're like me. one of the more 
interesting features of ne Alumnus is "Susque- 
hannans On Parade." If you have an item you would 
like to share with other alumni, friends and parents, 
please forward that information to the Alumni 
office just as Debbie Horvath Ericksen '82 did for 
the birth of her son Matthew Robert. We'll publish 
your item as soon as possible in a future Alumnus. 
We're anxious for news from the Susquehanna 
family and look forward to sharing it with all 
alumni, friends, and parents. 

Keep in touch . . . 



OViiA 



• Jim Campbell 




Spend Your Vacation With Us 

Still trying lo make vacation plans? 

Pack up your adventure and plan to attend the second annual Alumni Retreat Week set for August 7-12 
al Susquehanna. The Biology Department, in cooperation with the Office of Alumni Relations, is planning 
a week of activities based on the "Edible Plants of Pennsylvania." 

Daily field trips throughout the Pennsylvania Dutch country are being planned, as well as an overnight 
visit to the University's Hepner Ecological Center. .10 miles west of campus. Evening activities incorporating 
area culture and history through dance, music, and crafts are also planned. 

Costs tor the week are S2I5 per person, which includes meals, lodging, linens, and transportation while 
on campus. Participants will be housed in the newly renovated (and air-conditioned) Seibert Hall. The 
University swimming pool, tennis courts and track also will be available for your use. 

For more information, contact the Office of Continuing Education. (717) 372-4354 from 8:15 a.m. to 
4;30 p.m. Monday through Friday. 




It's happening. . . 

. . .in the classroom 

. . .on the athletic field 

. . in the community 

. .and it's haffening because of you! 



Susquehanna students are recognized as aspiring 
scholars, competitive athletes, and conscientious 
citizens. 

What malces them so successful? An interested 
and involved faculty . and caring alumni, 
parents and friends like you. 

Your growing support of the Susquehanna 
University Fund continues to make it happen. 
Gifts to the SUF underwrite every aspect of 
Susquehanna life This year, we have identified 
$900,000 in needs and we need your help. 

Please make your gift to the SUF today, and 
invest in the future! 




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Their subjects range from Hebrew 
inscriptions to the rise and decline 
of union solidarity in Western 
Pennsylvania, the poets of the Great 
War. and the Northumbrian 
Renaissance. 
While they may never reach 
he best seller list of books, they are in demand 
ly students and professors around the world. 

They are the publications of the Susquehanna 
Jniversity Press, an increasingly prolific 
)ublishcr of scholarly research. Susquehanna is 
lelieved to be the smallest college or university 
n North America to boast a university press. 

"A university press helps scholars advance 
heir careers, lets new perspectives be known, 
ind makes a university a lively place for scholars 
o be," says David N. Wiley, director of the 
Susquehanna University Press. 

Since 1981, Susquehanna has approved more 
han 60 manuscripts for publication. Two books 
mblished in 1986-87 and 1987-88 have been 
lamcd among the best academic books published 
n their respective years by Choice magazine, a 
ournal used by librarians as a reference for 
iCholarly books. One of the two was written by a 
Ju.squehanna professor. 

Others are drawing national attention. Mature 
Ihnsuaiuiy is described by scholars as a 
'groundbreaking book in Jewish-Christian 
iialogue," according to Wiley, 

"Authors are turning to university presses to 
)ublish serious .scholarly research," Wiley says. 

The first university press at Susquehanna can 
)e traced back to 1935 as a combined effort with 
he Susquehanna University Studies, an annual 
:ollection of scholarly articles. 

While Susquehanna University Studies has 
emained active, the Susquehanna University 
i'ress became dormant in the mid-1960s. It was 
■esurrected in 1980 by a group of faculty and a 
ivilling Thomas Yoseloff, chairman of Associated 
University Presses of America, which has offices 
in New York, London and Toronto. 

"There has always been an interest among the 
Faculty to be involved actively in scholarly 
publication," Wiley says. 

The Press was accepted conditionally with 
Associated University Presses from 1981 to 1983, 
and met its challenges. Wiley, a full-time 
member of the Religion and Philosophy 
Jcparlment, assumed the directorship. An 
i;iJil<irial committee of si.\ faculty and three 
administrators was organized. 



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NUMBER 3 

SUMMER 1988 




Eight manuscripts were reviewed and approved 
for publication within the two-year period. 

"From the very beginning, we wanted to be 
known as a quality press," s,\ys French professor 
Nancy A. Cairns, a member c' the first editorial 
committee. 

Wiley credits Cairns for soliciting the most 
manuscripts on behalf of Susquehanna. One of 
those manuscripts. The Worlds of Andre Maurois. 
written by Susquehanna French professor Jack 
Kolbert, was selected by Choice magazine as one 
of the best academic books for 1986-87. 

Cairns' contributions are characteristic of 
faculty support for the Press. Occasionally some 
are called upon to serve as readers to review the 
manuscript. Others serve on the editorial 
committee. 

"The work of the committee has been the ideal 
work of a classroom," Wiley says. "The 
committee provides a setting where faculty of 
different disciplines can engage in serious 
discussion on a written text." 

Each month, committee members representing 
varied disciplines gather to review readers' 
cntiques and recommendations for publication. 
Based on the reader's report, the committee 
suggests revisions, or approves or rejects 
publication. 

"There is a renewed belief among those who 
have served on the committee that there are still 
very competent scholars and teachers in the 
world. We have seen very valuable works from 
writers and readers — both young and old," 
Wiley says. 

The SU Press secures foremost authorities to 
provide a critique of manuscripts. "Most of the 
people who read for us don't have to do it. 
They're established in their fields, but they want 
to see the profession survive." 

Susquehanna's relationship with Associated 
University Presses has been an important factor in 
attracting scholars' works. Authors pay no direct 
costs, and yet receive royalties after a certain 
number of books are sold. 

"Publish or perish is the scholar's dilemma, " 
Yoseloff once told a reporter. "Yet the fact is 
that civilization must publish or perish. For the 
lack of publication — of the means of 
dissemination of the fruits of research — perils 
the whole syndrome of research and teaching." 

Susquehanna's progress pleases Yoseloff. 

"Susquehanna books are in sufficient demand. 

TO PACE 3 



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Advice from a journalist 

If At First You Don't Succeed . 



The following text is an edited version of the J 988 
Commencement Address delivered by Bettina Gregory, 
senior Washington correspondent for ABC News. 



DR. CUNNINGHAM, DISTINGUISHED 

members of the faculty, ladies and gentlemen, 
and the class of 1988. I am really glad to be back 
in this part of Pennsylvania. It is a particular 
pleasure for me not to be reporting on a certain 
nearby reactor. 

I get very nervous when I have to stand up and 
speak to an audience live. It reminds me very 
much of the way I fell the very first time I had to 
broadcast live on the network. I joined ABC 
news in 1974 and I was a radio correspondent, 
which meant that I wrote and read five-minute 
newscasts for the FM radio network. 

I was looking for an opportunity to break into 
the television side of the business, so I made 
myself available whenever one of the big stars 
would not come out to cover some story that 
occurred on a weekend or at 3 a.m. They could 
call upon Gregory and off I would go. 

My first big break is a story which the 
graduates may not even remember because it 
happened so long ago, but perhaps some of the 
parents will. It was the story of Karen Ann 
Quintan. Miss Quintan fell into a coma with 
severe brain damage after mixing alcohol with 
tranquilizers. At that time everybody believed 
that if they took away the respirator that was 
hooked to her body, she would die. 

It was my job to cover the trial. The right to 
die with dignity became a national issue at that 
point. Her parents, Roman Catholics, did not 
believe that Miss Quinlan should have to be 
attached to the machine. They wanted to remove 
it. There was a trial in Morristown, New Jersey, 
and I flew every day in a helicopter from New 
York City. 

I remember the day of the verdict. For the very 
first time I was going to be the lead on the 



SUSQUEHANNA 



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Director of Public Relations /Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Publications Manager 

Jean M. Smith 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Michael S. Ferlazzo 
Director of Alumni Relations 

Jim Campbell '63 



evening news broadcast. 1 whipped out a yellow 
pad, got back into the chopper and I thought, 
"I'll write my script on the flight back to New 
York." 

We took off and flew straight into a line of 
thunderstorms. I spent the entire time praying we 
would land safely. We did, but I still had that 
blank page of paper staring me in the face. 

It was about 5 p.m. eastern time, I should tell 
you at this point. In those days we did three 
broadcasts of the evening news: 6, 6:30 and 7 
p.m. 

It was also the days when we were using film. 
Now, everything is videotaped, and it needs no 
time for processing. But we had film and it 
required about 40 minutes to process. We had 
just enough time to process the film, but not 
enough time to cut and edit the spots. 

It was going to be my job to sit on that little 
egg box set next to Harry Reasoner. He was the 
sole anchorman then. 

My job was to narrate the opening of the 
show, make some remarks, and then describe the 
film as it rolled by. There was only one small 
problem. I had absolutely no idea what was going 
to go by when. 

I saw that clock hit 10 seconds to 6. My knees 
were shaking and my lips were trembling and I 
was so nervous and I did not know how I was 
going to be able to speak. So I looked to Mr. 
Reasoner, the voice of wisdom and experience, 
for a few words of encouragement. 

And here's what he said to me: "Don't worry, 
little girl, it's only the first broadcast. Only 11 
million people are watching you." 

Somehow 1 got through that show. I cannot 
report that it was my best work, but I am grateful 
to say that I'm still employed by ABC News. 

What I would like to speak to you about is a 
few lessons which you might need as you 
approach the more practical side of life, that is 
the trials and tribulations of trying to get a job, of 



Susquehanna University Nondiscrimination Policy 

It IS the policy of Susquehanna University not to discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age. sex, or 
handicap in iLs educational programs, admissions practices, scholar* 
ship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered 
activities, or employment practices. This policy is in compliance with 
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of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilita- 
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Bettina Gregory 

trying to succeed, of trying to make your way 
forward from this day. In short, I would like to 
say a few words to you about success and failure. 

You should not be afraid to take risks. You 
can only have great achievement where you risk 
failure. 

I would not be standing here addressing this 
class if I didn't take risks in doing my stories. 

Since we are located near Three Mile Island, 
I'd like to tell this group one story about the very 
first day of the accident. I was there, standing 
outside in that little island opposite the plant, 
waiting with local officials, state officials, more 
and more reporters to find out what was going on 
inside that reactor. 

I arrived there very early in the morning. We 
waited and waited and there was no news about 
what was happening. Every once in a while, 
somebody would come out and say: "Well 
somebody'll be along in a little bit and explain it 
all to you. Don't worry; it's all going to be 
fine." 

Eventually, it was about 2 in the afternoon, 
and we had had no word about what was going 
on. I had one crew there and finally an official 
from the utility came out. Everybody gathered 
round, and you've seen that sort — cameras and 
reporters around this person as he began briefing 
us — when I began thinking, he's not giving us 
any information. 

Suddenly I thought about what else might be 
happening. Whenever you're covering an event 
you have to ask: What is going on here? But 
also, why is it going on? And why is it going on 
now? 

I suddenly looked down the road about a 
hundred yards. I saw some movement. I took a 
great risk because I only had one crew and I 
could end up with no official speaking in my 
piece. 1 saw some cars leaving and so I said, 
"ABC, follow me." 



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FROM PAGE I 



The measure of a person's worth is not that they failed, 
but how many times they get bacl( up and try again. 



Off we marched down Ihe road, and the risk 
paid off. I was able to obtain the only interviews 
that day with the workers who had been inside 
the plant when the emergency was declared. They 
had been kept back to be detoxified for some 
hours, and they were now leaving. 

That was one reason that the news conference 
was taking place at that very hour to distract our 
attention. But 1 ended up with an exclusive report 
because I took the risk. 

Lei's talk about failure for a moment. We are 
celebrating your success today. But there will be 
times from now on where you will not succeed. 

I got my first paying job at a radio station in 
Long Island. New York, where I was paid the 
princely sum of $2.50 an hour. I worked during 
the day as a reporter in the press room covering 
the county government, the Nassau County 
government. 

1 worked in the evening doing two newscasts 
an hour. I engineered my own board. I took in 
the weather forecast. I made calls to find out who 
won the local school board elections. 

This is quite an education. I mean, it's sort of 
the theory of "sink or swim" and you've got to 
swim to survive this. I thought 1 was doing quite 
well. In fact, 1 had been looking for jobs in New 
York City trying to move upward and onward in 
the world of broadcasting, when the news 
director from this station called me into his 
office, and he said: "You know, we've had a 
cutback here, and I've got to cut the staff. There 
are two people I have picked out as candidates, 
and I have decided we could save one of them." 

I thought maybe things were looking up for 
me, but I was wrong. He said: "There's this 
other young woman here who shows a lot of 
promise as the only female DJ we have. But you, 
on the other hand, have absolutely no talent and 
no ability in the news business, so you are 
fired " Well, the next day I went to work as a 
free-lance reporter for The New York Times. 

The point I'm trying to make is that whether or 
not someone is making an objective assessment 
of your failure depends on who is making that 
assessment. 

About a year later I encountered the same 
gentleman. I was now working for WCBS Radio 
in New York, and he came up to me and he said: 
"You know, I was really wrong about you. And 
I have to apologize to you for the statement that I 
made to you." 

And 1 said: "Well, you know, I was very 
upset at the time, but I want to thank you. 
Because, had you not fired me I probably would 
have worked at your station for another year and 



would not be getting on with my career as I am 
now. So it really worked out just fine for both of 
us." 

Many, many talented people have been called 
failures in their youth. I was recently reading 
about Beethoven. He had an early composition 
teacher who told him he had no talent. Albert 
Einstein was considered a mathematical dummy 
because he didn't understand the simplest 
mathematical relationships, because he simply 
could not accept the assumption. 

So, please, do not be afraid to fail. The 
measure of a person's worth is not that they 
failed, because we all will fail one time or 
another, but how many times do you get back up 
and try again. That is how you are going to 
succeed in life. 

That brings me to my third and final point that 
I would like to share with you, and that is what I 
think is the most important quality to succeed in 
any field. It's very simple. It's persistence. 

There are people who are geniuses who do not 
succeed because they simply do not persist in 
their endeavors. The one quality which will help 
you get ahead is to not accept failure as a 
definitive moment in your life. 

We all set our own limitations. The most 
important thing you have to learn is to say not 
that I have failed at doing this, but I will persist 
in trying, and I have not succeeded in doing this 
yet. It's important to believe in yourself. It's 
important to believe that you can push those 
barriers back. 

It's important to set small goals for yourself, 
not to say that you're going to become the 
greatest engineer, doctor, lawyer or journalist 
alive, but that you are going to get through this 
course, or write this paper, or do what is the first 
step toward your goal. 

Set personal goals for yourself. Write them; 
refer to them; and chart your own progress. If 
you look at the quality all these people have who 
have succeeded — and succeeded in great 
measure — it is one very simple thing. They 
persist in their efforts, and they do not give up no 
matter who slams the door in their face, no 
matter how many times they try and fail. They 
keep on. 

My job as a journalist is basically to tell the 
truth, to tell stories as truthfully as I can possibly 
do that. I must persist in that effort even when 
faced with great obstacles. I'd like to tell you a 
true story of what happened to me some years 
ago. I was on my way to Atlanta, where 1 
thought I was covering a story about a federal 

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Knowledge 



They're being sold in nearly every major country 
around the world. That says 'We have arrived.' " 
Yoseloff told committee members recently. "I'm 
pleased with the quality as well as the quantity of 
books published by Susquehanna." 

Yoseloff says that Susquehanna's progress is a 
tribute to Wiley's "astute guidance." In recent 




' 'Publish or perish is 
the scholar s 
dilemma. 



years, young and struggling presses have been 
referred to Susquehanna for advice. 

While talk aoout maintaining standards may 
dominate the conversation, it is easy to see that 
David Wiley takes great pride in the 
accomplishments of the Susquehanna University 
Press. 

Wiley has packed the responsibilities of 
soliciting manuscripts and promoting the press 
around his duties as a full-time professor. 
Committee members have come to know him as 
an organized leader whose diligence is paying off 
for the Press. 

If the increase in approved manuscripts is any 
indication, Susquehanna University Press is close 
to reaching one of its original goals of approving 
20 titles per year. Wiley has estimated that the 
Press could approve 16 titles by the end of 
1987-88. 



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1988 Commencement 



University Awards 4 
Honorary Degrees 



Susquehanna University awarded honorary 
degrees to four leaders for their contributions to 
broadcast journalism, global understanding, 
religion, and science during the University's 
130th commencement exercises on May 15. 

The university Board of Directors conferred 
degrees on: 

■ Bettina Gregory, senior Washington 
correspondent for ABC News, who gave the 
Commencement address; 

■ Dr. Henry Hood, M.D., neurosurgeon and 
president of the Geisinger Foundation, Danville, 
Pa.; 

■ Rev. Gerald E. Miller, bishop of the 
Allegheny Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in America, Hollidaysburg, Pa.; 

■ Rabbi Arthur Schneier, world ecumenical 
leader and president of the Appeal of Conscience 
Foundation, who delivered the Baccalaureate 
homily. 

"Susquehanna University is honored to 
recognize this distinguished group of leaders. 
Their contributions are diverse and the examples 
they offer are outstanding," University President 
Joel Cunningham said. 




Bettina Gregory 

Since Bettina Gregory joined ABC News in 1974. 
she has reported on international cnses. disasters, 
scandals, and sweeping government changes. 

Viewers and listeners have heard her repon on the 
Three Mile Island nuclear accident, the White House 
view of the Iran crisis, the 1985 TWA hijacking 
incident, the PATCO air traffic controllers strike, the 
Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, 
the General Services Administration corruption 
scandal, the EPA Superfund scandal, and the Love 
Canal Investigation of hazardous waste disposal. 

"While educating the American public on a broad 
range of issues. Bettina Gregory has held to the 
highest standards of professional reporting." 
Cunningham said. 

In 1983, Gregory was named among the nation's 
top 10 investigative reporters by TV Guide. She also 
holds the Women in Communications Clarion Award 
for her investigative series on the General Services 



Administration and a Women at Work Broadcast 
Award for excellence in reporting by [he National 
Commission on Working Women. 

Prior to ABC, she worked for WCBS Radio, as a 
free-lance reporter for the NBC Radio network, the 
New York Times, and the Associated Press national 
radio wire. 

Gregory is a summa cum laude graduate of Pierce 
College in Athens, Greece. 




Henry Hood, M.D. 

Hood, a neurosurgeon, is chief executive officer of 
the major regional medical center for northcemral and 
northeastern Pennsylvania and one of the largest 
ambulatory care centers in the nation. 

Hood attended Cornell University and received his 
medical degree from Cornell University Medical 
College. He was appointed to the Geisinger Medical 
Center staff in 1957 and became director of the 
Department of Neurosurgery in 1958. He has served as 
the chief executive of Geisinger since 1974. 

Under Hood's leadership, Geisinger has experienced 
dramatic growth. Since 1981, Hood has been president 
of the Geisinger Foundation, a general corporate 
organization approved by the directors of Geisinger 
Medical Center and its related organizations. The 
corporation is comprised of the Geisinger Foundation 
and seven corporate affiliates. 

Hood directs the entire Geisinger system which 
includes the Geisinger Foundation, the Geisinger 
Medical Center, the Geisinger Clinic. GWV Medical 
Center in Wilkes-Barre, Geisinger System Services, 
Marworth (an alcohol treatment center north of 
Scranton), and Moshannon Valley Inc. (facilities 
occupied by medical clinics in Philipsburg and 
Houtzdale). 

In 1982, Hood was named Medical Executive of the 
Year, the highest award given by the American 
College of Medical Group Administrators. 




Rev. Gerald E. Miller 

Bishop Miller is the first person elected to lead the 
Allegheny Synod of the newly-formed ELCA, The 
synod is made up of seven counties in the Allegheny 
Mountain area of western Pennsylvania. 

Susquehanna awarded Miller an honorary Doctor of 
Divinity degree for "faithful stewardship in serving 
the needs of church and community with distinction 
and devotion." 

Prior to his election. Miller was assistant to the 
bishop of the former LCA Central Pennsylvania Synod 
for 15 years. He also has served pastorates in the 
Pennsylvania communities of Altoona, Lykens, and 
Reedsville in addition to Albany, N.Y. 

Miller is a graduate of Hartwick (N.Y.) College and 
the Lutheran Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. His 
wife, the former Jean Rothermel, is a 1950 
Susquehanna graduate. 




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Rabbi Arthur Schneier 

Founder and president of the Appeal of Conscience 
Foundation, Rabbi Schneier was awarded an honorary 
Doctor of Laws for his "success in building the basis 
for freedom and peace in the world." 

Schneier has met with Soviets to promote religious 
tolerance, and he has aided causes in Spain, Hungary, 
and northern Ireland. 

Schneier's study and travel have earned him 
recognition as an authority on foreign policy as well as 
religious affairs. Congress and the United Nations 
frequently seek his advice on dealing with the 
religiously and politically oppressed. 

A native of Vienna. Schneier came to the United 
Slates as a teen in 1947 alter losing his family to the 
Holocaust. He recently celebrated his 25th year 
serving New York City's Park East Synagogue. 

Schneier is a member of the Holocaust Commission, 
the Council of Foreign Relations, and the U.S. Japan 
Foundation. In 1982. he was named Clergyman of the 
Year by the Protestant Council of Churches. 



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Faith, Values Endure 
All Challenges 



The following text is the homily delivered by Rabbi Arthur 
Schneier during the 1988 Baccalaureate. Rabbi Schneier is 
president of the Appeal of Conscience Foundation and senior 
ral)bi at Park East Synagogue. New York City. 

Iesterday"s prophetic portion, I write in 
I synagogues across the world, is the 
prophesy of Jeremiah. Heal me and I 
shall be healed. Save me and I shall be saved. 

Friends, I firmly believe that God heals us. I 
firmly believe that God saves us. The fact that I 
stand here before you today is really a response 
to my plea to God to heal me and to save me. 

Let me begin with a confession. I came to 
these blessed shores of the United States in 1947. 
a survivor of the Holocaust whose family 
perished in the gas chambers of Auschwitz and 
Dresden Stadt. Oh, how during these days I 
prayed to God and pleaded with him — "Save 
me oh Lord" — and He did. 

But not only did He save me and others, but 
He healed our wounds. And so I have a love 
affair with America because the healing process 
took place in the land of the free. The healing 
process took place in the land of opportunity and 
that gave me the courage and the motivation and 
the determination to use whatever abilities 1 have 
to seek religious understanding, tolerance and 
religious freedom for those who are deprived of it 
in countries which lack the religious freedom 
which we enjoy. 

1 would say that the two significant challenges 
that I've encountered from early childhood — 
and 1 really didn't have much of a childhood — 
were the question of daily survival and constant 
change. And friends, this has been the lot of the 
Jewish people from the days of Abraham — 
survival and change. 

Do you know what it means to build a 
community in one place and then 200 or 300 
years later face expulsion and destruction? Driven 
from country to country, dislodged and 
persecuted, we learned a lesson from this 
experience that can be applied to a period in 
civilization that has been on the brink of nuclear 
holocaust and has witnessed the most radical 
changes brought about by science and 
technology. 

What has been our stabilizer and anchor in the 
sea of change is faith in God, acceptance of His 
Law, and the practice of a v,;lue system that is 
timeless and can withstand any political, 
economical and social winds. 

You, the graduating class, will be experiencing 
change as you leave this beautiful campus of 
Susquehanna University. Life will have changed 
for you because life is something very dynamic, 
it's not static. As you enter a changed world, 
remember, you need an anchor; you need a 
stabilizer to get through it. 

Political systems, feudalism, royalty. 




Rabbi Arthur Schneier (center}, honorary degree recipient 

dictatorship. Such concepts are already outdated 
even as they continue to exist in some countries. 
We know that sooner or later they will vanish as 
did the dynastic order of China and the Pharaohs 
of Egypt. 

Survival and change. How do we face the 
technological and scientific changes that threaten 
the family, and yes, that threaten Mother Earth? 
How do we face generational conflict? How do 
we face hunger and poverty? As we face it, 
strengthened by the eternal values of the Judeo- 
Christian religion, that must serve as our 
anchoring force, the stabilizer that enables us to 
cope with the shifting winds of change and to 
find solutions to what ails the human family 
today. 

In my travels throughout the world, my 
friends. I find more and more the hunger and 
thirst of people to return to the basics, and the 
deep yearning of faith. 

It's interesting that 1 will be the recipient of an 
honorary degree from Susquehanna University, 
one of the oldest Lutheran institutions in our 
country. 1 still remember my first encounter in 
1966. in the city of Riga, with the then- 
93-year-old Archbishop of the Lutheran Church 
while at the first interfaith team of the Appeal of 
Conscience Foundation to the Soviet Union. 

He, too, offered the prayer to God, "Save me 
and I shall be saved." He thanked us just for our 
physical presence. And here I am facing you so 
many years later on this very auspicious 
occasion. 

But I also remember the first conversation with 
the then Minister of Religious Affairs of the 
Soviet Union who said to us: "Religion is only 
for old people. It's a dying breed." And those of 
you who are old enough will remember the cover 
of Time magazine in the ■60s when there were 
advocates right here in this country who said 
"God is dead." Well I have some very good 



news. God is very much alive — very much alive 
here in this free land and very much alive in the 
lands of oppression. 

Sometimes faith flourishes in the lands of 
oppression. There's greater sacrifice and greater 
commitment because we take everything for 
granted here. Even communist governments are 
recognizing the fact that God is here to stay, that 
they cannot fight man's yearning and thirst for 
the spirit and the spiritual. 

Just recently in the Soviet Union, we find the 
importation of Bibles that was unheard of before. 
I was very proud of my son. who's an ordained 
rabbi and the first rabbi ever to officiate the 
Passover service at Moscow synagogue for the 
millennium of the Russian Orthodox Church 
which will take place in June. Some of you may 
have seen the picture in The New York Times of 
Mikhail Gorbachev meeting with the patriarch of 
the Russian Orthodox Church, the patriarch of 
Moscow, Patriarch Freeman. In connection with 
that meeting, he said, and I quote: "Believers are 
Soviet people — workers, patriots. And they 
have the full right to express their convictions 
with dignity. Democratization concerns them 
too." 

Brezhnev would not have said it. And Stalin 
certainly would not have said it. They honestly 
believed that they could wipe out faith. Yet 
Gorbachev's a pragmatist. He's beginning to see 
that you need those sectors of society who have 
the faith, who have the belief who may be 
helpful in overcoming the stagnation that set in. 

How times have changed. President 
Reagan, in preparation of the Moscow 
summit, just two weeks ago met with 
religious leaders at the White House. Religious 
freedom is very much on the agenda of the 
summit — again, a breakthrough. The Minister 



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of Religious Affairs of Hungary on a visit last 
October admitted the experience of the last 40 
years has made it clear that a social society such 
as ours cannot be billed separately for believers 
and non-believers. We can reach our goal of 
raising the material and cultural level of our 
people only through the cooperation of the entire 
nation. 

With this aim ever in our minds and hearts, we 
will continue to build our country with the help 
of Hungary's many religious communities. 

Changes are taking place in the world scene. In 
China during the cultural revolution where all 
churches were closed, where priests and ministers 
were incarcerated and sent to the farms, you have 
renewal and rebirth and revival. 

Just two months ago, I led a small delegation 
to Havana, Cuba and met the cigarless, more 
mellowed Fidel Castro in a midnight meeting. 
Even this great idealogue is seeking to reach out. 
Twenty-seven years of Castro rule could not 
destroy God in the minds and the hearts of the 
people. 

So it's interesting that we see this unbelievable 
renewal and rebirth and thirst for the very values 
that make Susquehanna University the 
outstanding institution that it is, the very 
important ethical and moral values that will help 
you as you enter the world, as you leave this 
university. They will be your stabilizers, they 
will be your anchors. 

And so my prescription is in the words of 
Micah we read this morning, "What does the 
Lord require of you but to do justly and to love 
mercy and to walk humbly with your God." Let 
these be your guidelines. 

It is with each individual, each human soul that 
faith in God and belief in timeless spiritual values 
must begin. Each one of us has the potential and 
the capacity to transform ourselves in meeting the 
challenges of the world by bringing out what is 
best in ourselves. What is required most in this 
new world as we enter the 21st century is 
reliance in faith. 

It's a global village. We're no longer isolated 
from one another. We're interdependent, bound 
together by instant communication, rapid 
transportation and the fact that we live in this 
global village. Therefore, we have to strive to 
pull together to preserve that global village. 

Not ideological debate, not theological debate, 
but working together as a human family can build 
a better world we dream of. And so I want to 
invoke that beautiful covenant God made with 
Noah and man. Covenant is reflected in the 
rainbow. And what is the rainbow'.' It's an 
assurance that there will be no future destruction 
of our civilization. In this beautiful countryside, 
you've observed the rainbow more often than I as 
a city dweller in New York. But if you look at 
the rainbow, it consists of distinct colors that 
blend together to provide many marvelous new 
hues. 

The rainbow is really the symbolism of 
diversity and pluralism. That's what makes 
America great. Diversity and pluralism, that's 
why I love America. All of us have our loyalties. 



our commitments to our traditions. And we better 
preserve our commitments to our traditions. The 
idea of the melting pot is not reality. It's 
pluralism that made this country great and will 
continue to make it great. So we retain our 
commitments to our traditions, to our nations, to 
our beliefs, the challenge that faces all of us. 
Diversity in unity. If we are able to pull together, 
to blend together, we will yet see the fulfillment 
of God's promise to Noah, that there will be no 
more future floods, there will be no more 



destruction. That mankind will be blessed with 
Shalom, peace. Peace for the entire world. 

This is my prayer for you, for all of us. And 
this is the challenge we must face. I'm grateful 
and honored to give this message of faith, of 
hope, particularly to the graduates. And when 
you go through life as I have and as you go 
through trial and tribulation, joy and adversity, 
remember, invoke that prayer. "Save me and I 
shall be saved. Heal me and I shall be healed." 
Thank you. 



FROM PAGE 3 

Succeed . . . 

parole violator, when 1 heard there had been a 
hijacking over Nebraska. I immediately called the 
office. 

The plane was scheduled to land at Kansas 
City Airport. I called to ask if they needed me to 
help out covering this thing in Kansas City. 

"Oh, no," they said. "We have two cars and 
two crews on the way to Kansas City. You just 
go ahead to Atlanta and do your story." Off I 
flew. 

Upon my arrival, there was an ABC crew there 
to meet me, and they said: "Hurry up, and come 
with us. The plane has been diverted to Atlanta. 
It's going to land here in a few minutes, and you 
are covering the hijacking!" So off we went, 
down to a very remote comer of the airfield. 

I found a young man in a general aviation 
hangar who had a short-wave radio. He was 
willing to put the phone up next to the radio 
where both he and I could hear the 
communication between the FBI and the hijacker 
in the cockpit. Darkness fell and the situation was 
still at a stalemate. About 10 p.m. we heard that 
negotiations had broken down, and they were 
going to bring the situation to an end by force. 

About 20 FBI agents, some of them carrying 
rifles, came running out and literally shot in the 
door of the plane. They went aboard the plane. 
There was shooting; there was screaming. Men, 
women, children came running off the plane. 
There was noise, madness, confusion and, 
suddenly, silence. 

In my one ear, I had that little round thing that 
looks like a hearing aid, you've seen broadcasters 
wearing this. This is known as interrupted 
feedback, IFB. The director sitting in New York 
or wherever the show is originating, can yell at 
you while you are broadcasting live. 

In my other ear I had the telephone, which was 
still up next to the radio on the other end, and I 
heard that the hijacker was believed to be 
wounded and had grabbed a woman hostage. 

At any rate the situation was still going on. In 
my IFB ear, I hear the director in New York 
saying, "Oh, the wires are running with urgent 
bulletins that the hijacking is over and the 
hijacker has been taken into custody." 



I said, "No, no, that's not correct. Let me 
explain to you what's happening. I have this 
phone, and I hear in my other ear . . ." 

"Oh, CBS is going on with a live special 
report." 

I said, "Let me explain to you what's 
happening." 

"Oh, NBC is going on the air. We want to do 
a live special report and report that it's over 
too." 

I said, "Well, that's fine, but I'm not doing 
it." 

"Oh, yes you are." says the director. 

"Oh, no I'm not," says I. 

"Oh, yes you are," says he. "In ten, nine, 
eight, seven . . ." 

This is the moment for a decision. You 
literally see your entire broadcast career flash 
before your eyes. I felt like Huckleberry Finn in 
that famous scene in the book where he frees the 
slave Jim, believing he is doing the wrong thing 
when in fact he is doing the correct thing, and he 
says, "All right, I'll go to hell." 

I heard the anchorman introducing me live on 
the air. And he said something like: "Well, we 
understand that the hijacking is all over down 
there in Atlanta. Isn't that right, Bettina'.'" 

I took a deep breath and said. "No, it's not." 
I told the truth as best I could. 

Well, I might have been wrong, but since there 
is safety in numbers, I wouldn't have been very 
wrong. But I thought to myself, I will tell the 
story as I believe it to be the case. 

As it turned out, I did the correct thing. My 
persistence saved me in the end. The others were 
wrong. And as it turned out, the director who 
was trying to pressure me so unfairly into doing 
what was not right is no longer working at ABC 
news, and I am. 

So to the graduates of the Class of 1988, I 
want to leave you with a very simple message. 
Please don't be afraid to take risks. Nothing 
ventured, nothing gained. Don't be afraid of 
failure. The problem is not failing, but failing to 
do something about it, to try again. The key to 
success, in my business and I think in most any 
other, is to persist and persist until you do 
eventually succeed. 

I want to wish you all great success, a lot of 
love, and a lot of luck in the lives that you will 
go forward with from this your Commencement 
day. Thank you. 



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Students, Faculty Earn 
Special Awards 



Faculty/Staff Briefs 



Susquehanna University awarded 290 
baclielor's degrees to students who successfully 
completed requirements of the School of Arts and 
Sciences, the School of Fine Arts and 
Communications, and the Sigmund Weis School 
of Business. 

Special awards were presented to the following 
graduates: 

Ginger L. Goss of McClure, Pennsylvania 
Institute of Certified Public Accountants award: 

Mason W. Brown of Westfield, Wall Street 
Journal Award for business; 

John P. Cherkauskas of Wilkes-Barre, 
Outstanding Chemistry Award; 

Lori A. Bierly of Bellefonte. Sigma Alpha 
Iota (honorary music society) highest grade point 
average; 

Julia Y. Lu of Allentown, Sigma Alpha Iota 
college honor; 



Catherine M. Dorko of Sunbury, Charles E. 
Lyle Memorial Psi Chi Award as outstanding 
psychology major; 

Jeffery T. Ulmer of Williamsport, 
Outstanding Sociology Award; 

Michael Spangler of Abbottstown, Faculty 
Award for Outstanding Senior Man: 

Dawn Berger of Mount Olive Township, N.J. 
Faculty Award for Outstanding Senior Woman; 
and 

Jerald Reimenschneider of Malvern. Alpha 
Lambda Delta honor society senior award. 

William A. Ward, professor of management, 
received the Lindback Foundation Award for 
Excellence in Teaching. 




Supporting the Fight Against Cancer 



Amtrca Ugh, 90 of Lebanon (nghl). the American Cancer Society' s Courage Award recipient for Pennsylvania presents 
powers to the Commonwealths First Lady Ellen Casey as par, of ,he Cancer Socien's annual Daffodil Days sales. Proceeds 
benefit research lofigh, cancer. Susquehanna University President Joel Cunningham Heft) attended the presentation 
ceremony. '^ 



■ Management professor William A, Ward has been 
named the Alan R. Warehime Distinguished Professor 
for the Sigmund Weis School of Business. The 
endowed award, established by director emeritus 
Warehime, honors excellence in leaching and 
distinction in scholarship. 

■ Hilda Huttcrer Karniol, art instructor from 1959 
to 1975, IS the 1988 recipient of Susquehanna's 
Distinguished Citizenship Award. University President 
Joel Cunningham praised the Austrian immigrant artist 
for her generous community service and for enriching 
the central Susquehanna Valley with "deeply felt 
images and a fervent technique." 

■ Director Cyril Stretansky and members of the 
Susquehanna University Choir received a compliment 
from noted actor Cliff Robertson after the group 
performed at the University's recent capital campaign 
kickoff dinner. Robertson said: "...It was particularly 
inspiring to hear that magnificent choral group ... I 
want to say pound for pound it's hard to beat that 
great group of gifted people and that wonderful 
conductor, and I'd like to applaud them." 

■ Four members of the Susquehanna faculty were 
recognized by alumni for their respective 25 years of 
service to the university: George C. Boone, associate 
professor of biology: Robert L. Bradford, professor 
of political science: Nancy Allen Cairns, professor of 
French; and Thomas F. McGrath, professor of 
chemistry. Honorees received Quarter Century Cup 
awards at the annua! alumni awards luncheon. 

■ An article by management profes.sor Kenneth O. 
Fladmark on small town revitalization has been 
published by Community Affairs, a publication of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs. 
Another of Fladmark's articles on successful retail 
strategies for small towns has been published by The 
Pennsylvaniu Retailer. 

■ Four faculty and staff members have been inducted 
into Phi Sigma Iota, a foreign languages honor 
society. Inductees are: Virginia Coombs, assistant to 
the president and German linguistics specialist; Leona 
Martin, instructor of Spanish: John Secor, instructor 
of Italian and Spanish: and Naomi Yodokawa. 
instructor of Japanese. Susquehanna's Phi Delta Phi, a 
French honor society, recently inducted assistant 
English professor Charlotte Gross and assistant art 
history professor Patrick O'Neill. 

■ Assistant professor of biology Jack HoU recently 
participated in a U.S. -Canadian Workshop on the 
biological monitoring of acid rain. Holt was the only 
small college professor invited by the Environmental 
Protection Agency lo participate. 

■ Florence Putterman, lecturer in art, has been 
awarded an Alumni Achievement Award from Penn 
State's School of Visual Arts. 

■ As/>ect.s of Applied Biology, a European journal, has 
published the results of a study on small mammals by 
George C. Boone. 

■ N.J.C. Vasantkumar, assistant professor of 
sociology and anthropology, has been awarded a 
Fulbright-Hays grant lo study the teaching of religion 
and social sciences in China this summer 

■ Honors Program director Ronald Dotterer has been 
elected chair of the Small College Honors Program 
committee of the National Collegiate Honors Council 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

9 



Soviets Look Beyond 
System for 
Economic Answers 

If the Soviet Union wants lo be a key player in 
the developing global economy. Soviet leaders 
will have to look beyond Its closed economic 
system to free enterprise for new ideas, new 
technology, and a new sense of competition. 

"In other countries, what's happening in small 
and medium businesses is the lightning rod that 
attracts all those ideas." says Susquehanna 
University management professor William A. 
Ward. "With no entrepreneurs and very few 
small businesses and development opportunities, 
what can the Soviet Union offer but more of the 
same? As a world player, it cannot continue to 
live a closed system." 

The 'glasnost' policy of liberalization 
announced by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev 
last fall legitimizes such opportunities through 
family enterprises and cooperatives "in the truest 
Marxist sense" where all workers are owners. 

Despite 'glasnost' and the rapidly-approaching 
date of 1992. when treaties call for Europe to be 
fully integrated as a Common Market, Ward 
predicts it will be decades before appreciable 
change takes place. 

"Mikhail Gorbachev sees the problem and 
realizes they are falling behind, yet he can't do it 
alone. Now it's a question whether or not they 
(Soviets) can formulate, implement and manage 
those changes. Right now. their cumbersome 
system, history and bureaucracy conspires against 
that entrepreneurial spirit." 

Consider the family who wants to open a 
restaurant. Also consider the roadblocks that 
family members face before grand opening. Ward 
illustrates his point: 

There are no Small Business Administrations 
or Small Business Development Centers for 
advice. Loan programs are practically unheard of. 

There are more hurdles. How do they receive 
clearance for a business location? How do they 
secure utilities, equipment, and supplies? After 
the restaurant opens, how can they be assured 
that they will always have a food supply? 

"The system will change slowly. It's one thing 
tor Gorbachev to announce the change, but it's 
much more difficult to change it. It will require 
wholesale adjustments in the system. There's no 
precedence for this in the Soviet Union." 

Ward, a board member of the International 
Council for Small Business and vice president of 
Its U.S. affiliate, says the Soviet Union should 
study China's lessons of liberalization which 
could make the nation "the Japan of the 21st 
century" because of its natural resources, 
population, entrepreneurial spirit and energy for 
businesses to grow if it wishes to become a major 
economic player. 

After 40 years of communism, China is 
developing new commercial codes, contracts, and 
ways of doing business. 

"The Chinese are saying "We need small 
businesses and entrepreneurs to come up with all 



Philanthropy 




^ / 



William A. Weird 

the ideas and products that will improve the 
economy, the quality of life and the health of our 
country,' " Ward says. "A lot is going on there 
with business development, privatization, 
entrepreneurship and private ownership. They've 
leapfrogged ahead of the Soviets. 

"There is a tremendous amount of innovation 
and development and technology and productivity 
that comes from entrepreneurs and small 
business." Ward points to the American small 
business successes in the software industry which 
boast Lotus 1.2,3 and Apple computers. 

"Look at what they have done for our 
economy," Ward says. "The free enterprise 
system gives anyone the opportunity who has a 
great idea to try their hand at it." 

William A. Ward is professor of management at the 
Sigmuiid Weis School of Business, Susquehanna Universiry. 
and currently holds the Alan R. Warehime endowed chair in 
business administration. His career experience includes 
Presidential appointments during the Nixon and Ford 
administrations, reviewing major policy decisions and 
actions of domestic and international programs. 



Dates to Remember 



1988 

Volunteer 
Leadership 
Conference; 

Homecoming; 

Parents' Day; 
1989 
Kunz Dinner; 

Homecoming; 

Parents' Day; 
Alumni Weekend; 



1990 



Homecoming; 
Parents' Day; 



Friday and Saturday. 
September 23 and 24 
Saturday. September 24 
Saturday. October 22 

Saturday. October 29 
Saturday, September 16 
Saturday, October 28 
Friday, June '-> through 
Sunday, June 1 1 

Saturday, September 22 
Saturday, October 20 



The generosity of a 1924 Susquehanna graduate will 
make even greater opportunities possible for 
accounting students and faculty. 

Allen C. Tressler, of Reading, has made a 
provision for an endowed gift in the range of $1 
million In his estate plans. Mr. Tressler's gift will 
support continued faculty development and financial 
aid for deserving students. 

The Tressler Endowment is established in memory 
of Mr. Tressler's wife, Jennie, and father, Ray, and 
commemorates almost a century of devotion to 
Susquehanna. 

Mr. Tressler's father, the late Ray E. Tressler, 
graduated from Susquehanna In 1904 and was 
president of Farmers Stale Bank, now Mid-Penn Bank 
of Dalmatla. Allen Tressler followed his father to 
Susquehanna lo pursue a career as a chemist, 

Mrs. Tressler, who shared her husband's Interest in 
Susquehanna, died unexpectedly In November 1987. A 
year before her death, she and Allen Tressler 
established the Tressler Accounting Fund, in memory 
of his father to support outstanding faculty. 



"Window of Opportunity; The Campaign for 
Susquehanna" recently received $400,000 in support 
for renovation and expansion of science facilities from 
several sources. 

The Pew Charitable Trusts of Philadelphia have 
awarded a S.^00.000 matching grant for the renovation 
and expansion of Fisher Sciences Building. 

Other recent support for the sciences project 
Includes; 

• $50,000 from The Josiah W. and Bessie K, Kline 
Foundation of Harrisburg; and 

• A five-year, $50,000 grant from the Pennsylvania 
Power and Light Company. 



Members of the Classes of 1938 and 1963 have 
established special gifts in recognition of their 
graduation from Susquehanna. 

The Class of 1938 has established a Faculty 
Research and Development Fund to support 
professional growth and sustain enthusiasm for 
teaching and research. To date, the fund totals 
$32,985. 

The Class of 1963 has established a scholarship 
fund In honor of President Emeritus Gustave W. 
Weber. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a 
deserving Susquehanna student In accordance with the 
university's financial aid policies. To date, the fund 
totals $24,455. 



Pbiltinthr<ipy rcc<igiuze>< the generosity o] alumni 
and friends of Stisqiiehaiiita. For information about 
establishing or contributing to a fund, please contact 
the Development Office. 1717) 372-4117. 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

10 



Sports 



Track Works 'The Taylor 
Way' at Susquehanna 



Susquehanna University men's head tracl< and field 
coach Jim Taylor isn't accustomed to losing. 

One glance at his successful coaching record 
indicates that fact. After finishing at 3-6 in his first 
year, Taylor's teams haven't lost since and have 
produced five national champions and 21 All- 
Americans. Taylor took over a losing Susquehanna 
program 10 years ago after leaving the track program 
he initiated at Selinsgrove Area High School which 
had won 56 straight meets. 

The Crusaders presently enjoy a string of 64 straight 
meet victories, among the nation's longest. They also 
have won six of the last seven Middle Atlantic 
Conference (MAC) team championships, the largest 
NCAA Division III conference. 

Taylor is proud of those accomplishments, yet his 
most enjoyable victories have come off the track in the 
bigger game of life. 

"Thai's what it's all about — that's what college is 
for in the first place," he says. "You look at these 
individuals now and you'd like to think that you had 
some kind of positive influence on them. You like to 
see them draw on something in their athletic 
experience that made them better professionals in 
life," 

Ernie Meisel '83 has found that to be true. A 1983 
graduate with a bachelor's degree in business, Meisel 
was team captain in his senior year and was an NCAA 
Division III qualifier in the 200-meter dash and a 
member of the 400-meter relay team which placed 
sixth at nationals. 

Now financial accountmg manager for Keystone 
Railway Equipment Co. of Camp Hill. Meisel knows 
much of that was made possible by Taylor's guidance. 

"For one thing. Coach Taylor stresses dedication, 
both to the sport and education. He always stresses 
studies and other activities in addition to track," 
Meisel says. 

Scott Heller '82 was a pole vaulter and a captain on 
Taylor's first MAC championship team in 1982. 

Now practicing law in Morristown, N.J., Heller 
remains in contact with his former coach and helps 
locate prospective student athletes. 

"He's been the greatest." Heller says. "I remember 
how he often stressed that he wanted to make us first- 
class people as well as first-class runners. It was very 
important to him that we conducted ourselves in the 
proper manner at all times. He didn't want to hear of 
any 'hot dog' comments from the other coaches." 

In Taylor's first year at Susquehanna, there were 
few 'hot dog' comments as the team lost six of its first 
seven meets. But by the end of the season, the 
fortunes of Susquehanna track were already beginning 
to change. 

"We ended up winning our last two meets and that 
seemed to get things going. But I don't think anyone 
thought we'd go undefeated the next season," Heller 
says. "Coach Taylor was able to get people excited 
about track." 

It's that enthusiasm which enables Taylor to lure 




some of track's elite students to Susquehanna. 

One of those recruits was Mike Spangler '88 of 
Abbottstown. A multiple state champion at South 
Western High School, Spangler was recruited by most 
of the top Division I track programs and narrowed his 
choices to Maryland, Penn State, Villanova and 
Susquehanna. 

Spangler is a four-time Division III national 
champion and a seven-time All- American. Spangler. 
who hopes to qualify for the Olympic trials this 
season, graduated magna cum laude. 

Spangler knows track works the Taylor way. 

"He really does allow you to be flexible between 
your various activities." Spangler says. "When it 
comes to being on the team, he lets you know when 
you should be there, but he also knows there are other 
things." 

Spangler hopes to follow in Taylor's footsteps by 
teaching school and coaching track this fall. (In 
addition to coaching, Taylor teaches science full time 



at Selinsgrove Area Middle School.) 

"Jim is an excellent recruiter and motivator. In any 
given year, he has the kind of team that can beat us," 
says Paul Kaiser, head coach of the Division II 
Shippensburg University men's track team. 

"(Taylor) has the type of team which is capable of 
competing with just about anyone. He's the type of 
guy you like to coach against." 

Coaching has little to do with the success, Taylor 
says. He shrugs and says the credit should go to the 
athletes. 

"Certainly I'm proud of all the accomplishments, 
but it's been a lot of factors. It's been the type of 
athlete we've been able to attract and a lot of hard 
work on their part once they got here." he says. 
"When you're successful, it's certainly not by one 
person." 

Maybe not, but when it comes to track and field, 
success seems to follow Taylor. 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

11 




Mil«' 



Spd'is''^'' 



issing^ 



A Salute to Sports 
Standouts 



Mike Spangler '88 of Abholtstown and Candy 
Lain '88 of Sussex. N.J. received Susquehanna 
University's top athletic awards for 1987-88. while 
Altoona businessman Donald B. Wissinger '50 

received the Dr. Russell W. Gilbert Memorial Award 
for his contributions and interest in Susquehanna 
University athletics. 

SPANGLER, a four-year lettemian and two-year team 
captain, was honored as the top senior athlete. He also 
received the Blair Hcaton Award, presented annually 
to the athlete who best displays the qualities of the 
three-sport alumnus who later taught and coached at 
Selinsgrove Area High School and Susquehanna, 

Spangler is a four-time Division III national 
champion and a seven-time All-American in track and 
field. He has captured 18 Middle Atlantic Conference 
(MAC) championships and has been the MAC 
Championship's "Male Athlete of the Year" all four 
seasons. He also holds university and conference 
records in the 100, 200 and 400 and has anchored the 
record-setting 1,600-meter relay team. 

A history major, Spangler touted a 3.56 grade point 
average with a 3.93 in his major. He has been named 
10 the Conference's all-academic team. 

LAIN was a Ihree-year letlerwinner in field hockey 
and has earned four letters in track. She received the 
Association of Women Students Award as outstanding 
senior female athlete. 

Named the best defensive player on this year's field 
hockey squad. Lain was a defensive starter on the 
championship team of 1986. 

This year. Lain was captain of the track team and 
its top performer. She was a four-event winner in the 
final quadrangular against Delaware Valley. 
Gettysburg and Lycoming (100-400-meler hurdles, 
high jump and anchor for the 1,600-meter relay) and 
missed qualifying for the Division III championships 
by .16 seconds in the 400-meter intermediates at the 
Millersville Metrics, 

WISSINGER is vice president of the Altoona-based 
E.R, Wissinger Inc.. a family-owned chain of 
supermarkets and shopping centers. While at 



Susquehanna, he was a four-year football and baseball 
letterwinner. He maintains a deep interest in 
Susquehanna sports, is a member of the University's 
Board of Directors, and is active in Altoona 
community affairs. 

"Don epitomizes a Susquehanna graduate and also 
represents everything we can hope for in our Gilbert 
Award recipient," says athletic director Don Hamum 
"He continues to be highly interested in our sports 
program as well as the University at large, while 
maintaining a large, family-owned business." 

Other sports winners include 
SOCCER: Bill Mueller of Berkeley Heights, N,J., Best 
Offensive Player; Paul Joslyn of Norwich, N.Y'., Best 
Defensive Player, Mark Thorsheim of Marlboro, N.J,, 
Best Midfielder 

VOLLEYBALL: Jen Davis of York, Pa., Most Valuable; 
Lisa Daecher of Olmstead Twp., Ohio, Best Offensive; 
Tracy Gillin of Conemaugh, Pa., Best Defensive 
FIELD HOCKEY: Candy Lain, Best Defensive; Sue 
Bailey of Macungie. Pa,, Best Midfielder 
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Kay Czap of Williamsport, 
Pa., Most Valuable; Tricia Ross of Hazlelon, Pa., Best 
OITensive; Laurie Pankuck of Berkeley Heights, N.J., 
Best Defensive 

MEN'S BASKETBALL: J.R. Thatcher of Easton, Pa., 
Most Valuable and Best Offensive; Mike Henderson of 
Midland Park, N.J., Best Defensive 
WRESTLING: Chris Labrecque of Holmdel, N.J., Most 
Valuable and Mosi Takedowns and Pins; Ray Swartz of 
Hanover, Pa., Best First- Year Wrestler; Rick Moskowitz of 
Glen Ridge, N,J., Most Improved Wrestler, 
MEN'S SWIMMING: Chris Milstead of Millville, N,J., 
Most Valuable; John Stonaker of Lake Forest, III., Most 
Improved; Rob Turner of Media, Pa., High Poinl Award 
WOMEN'S SWIMMING: Donielle Fanarjian of Lake 
Hopatcong, N.J., Most Valuable. Diane Traumiller of 
Dumont, N.J., Most Improved. Carrie Healey of 
Paramus, N.J,, High Point Award 

BASEBALL: Dan Barker of Dover, Pa., Best Hitter; Scott 
Krzykowski of New City, N.Y., Best Earned Run Average 
and Co-Most Valuable; Steve Haas of Rumson, N.J., Best 
Fielder; Jeff Cole of Seymour, Conn., Co-Most Valuable 



1988-89 Fall Sports 
Schedule 



Football 

September 10 
September 17 
September 24 
October 1 
October 8 



Football at Muhlenberg. Allentown 1:30 p,m 
Football at Moravian. Bethlehem 2 p,m 

Football vs, Wilkes (Homecoming) 1:30 p,m 



Football at Dickinson. Carlisle 
Football at Delaware Valley, 
Doylestown 

Football vs. Lebanon Valley 
Football vs. Widener 
(Parents' Weekend) 
Football vs, Juniata. Huntingdon 
Football at Lycoming. 
Williamsport 
November 12 Football vs. Albright 



October 15 
October 22 



October 29 
November 5 



L-TOpi 



l:.TOp,m 
1:.30 p,m 



1:30 p.i 
1:30 pi 



1:30 p,m 
1:30 p,m 



One of Susquehanna' s teams may be 
traveling to your area this fall. Plan to 
attend and root the Crusaders on to victory. 



On the road 



August 27 
September 3 
September 6 
September 10 

September 13 
September 14 
September IS 
September 17 
September 20 
September 21 
September 22 

September 24 
September 28 

September 30 
-October 1 
October 4 

October 5 
October 8 



October 15 
October 25 



October 27 
October 29 



Field Hockey at Bucknell 4pm 

Field Hockey at Muhlenberg Tourney 
Volleyball at Bucknell 7 p.m 

Cross Country at Lebanon Valley 
Invitational 

Volleyball at Scranlon 6 p 

Soccer at Lycoming. Williamsport 3:30 p 
Volleyball at York 7 p 

Volleyball at Scranton Invitational 10 a 
Soccer at Millersville 4 p 

Volleyball at Marywood 7 p 

Field Hockey at Scranton 3:30 p 

Soccer at York 3:30 p 
Volleyball at Elizabcthtown Tourney 

Field Hockey at Lebanon Valley 3:30 p 
Soccer at Bloomsburg 4 p 

Volleyball at Juniata Invitational 4 p 



Soccer at Albright. Reading 

Volleyball at Messiah. Grantham 

Field Hockey at Messiah 3 

Field Hockey at Dickinson. Carlisle 

Soccer at Gettysburg 

Cross Country at Delaware Valley 

Cross Country at Gettysburg 1 1 

Volleyball at Franklin & Marshall. 

Lancaster 

Volleyball at Elizabethtown 

Soccer at Wilkes 



Dates and limes are subject to change. For more 
information, contact the Susquehanna Office of Public 
Relations. (717)372-4119. 



SOFTBALL: Meg Sorber of Glenside, Pa., Best Hitter; 

Jen Wickham of Glen Rock, N.J., Best Fielder; Tracy 

Gillin of Conemaugh, Pa., and Grace Rossi of Wolcolt, 

Conn,, Most Valuable 

MEN'S TRACK: Mike Burton of West Orange, N.J., 

Most Valuable; Mike Spangler, Outstanding Runner; Rob 

Shaw of Schooley's Mountain, N,J., Outstanding Fieldman 

WOMEN'S TRACK: Candy Lain, Outstanding Runner 

and Most Valuable 

MEN'S TENNIS: Chris Biddle of Flourlown, Pa,, Most 

Valuable 

WOMEN'S TENNIS: Dianne Smith of Holmdel. N.J,, 

Most Valuable 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

12 



Susquehannans on Parade 



Looking Back. . . 




Tyiiual jrosh j, 



THE TEENS 

"Miss Phoebe" Herman '17 was recently honored by Ihe 
Selinsgrove Rotary with the club's Distinguished Service 
Award. She became the first woman to win the award. In 
addition lo being recognized for teaching Latin and French 
in local schools for more than 40 years, the 94-year-old 
alumna was noted for having taught Sunday School for 75 
years. She is a charter member of the Susquehanna 
University Women's Auxiliary 



THE TWENTIES 

Paul Winey '20 was recently cited in a newspaper article 
for his volunteer work at age 90. Most of his volunteenng 
centers around a food bank program at Messiah Lutheran 
Church in Hamsburg, PA. Winey has lived in Harrisburg 
since 1929 and stales proudly. "I'm ninety years old and 
never owned or drove a car. but I've been around the 
world." He served in Ihe Navy in World War I and was a 
bus tour guide for many years. 

A Mid-Atlantic States College Alumni Seminar was 
recently held at .Allenberry resort in Boiling Springs. PA, 
with Susquehanna University in attendance. Allenberry, long 
noted lor its playhouse, is operated by Mary Shaffer 
Heinze '29 and her family. 



THE THIRTIES 

Laird S. Gemberling '33 has marked another 50-year 
milestone. After recently being cited by the American Bar 
Association for practicing law for 50 years, he has been 
honored as a 50-year member of Rotary International . 
Attorney Gemberling still maintains an active law practice in 
Selinsgrove. 



THE FORTIES 



Ferdinand (Nundy) BongarU '47 of Manchester Center. 
VT, who lirst fell in love with Vermont while spending each 
summer between classes while at Susquehanna biking, 
hiking and canoeing through the state, is into his third 



decade as moderator of Manchester Center town meetings. 
He is also a member of the state environmental board and 
has had a woodcrafting business for nearly 40 years. 

THE FIFTIES 

Dorothy Apgar Ross 'S3 is the recording secretary for 
the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors, District 4. She is 
affiliated with Stewart Realtors in Carlisle, PA. 

Dr. Mary Lou Ernst-Fonberg '58 is the chair of the 
biochemistry department at East Tennessee State University's 
Quillen-Dishner College of Medicine. She previously was an 
associate professor of biology at Yale. She is a resident of 
Jonesboro, TN. 

Rev. Dr. Faster R. McCurley '59 recently chaired the 
Lutheran Laity Movement's annual conference on 
stewardship. He is on the staff of the ELCA's Mission in 
North America. 

Reverend Lester E. Rudisill '59 is pastor of St John 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in New Freedom. PA. 
Sudquehannans in his family are wife Cleone Hohman 
Rudisill '60, son George Rudisill '83 and daughter-in-law 
Joanna Moyer Rudisill '83. 

THE SIXTIES 

Larry A. Wingard '60 has been appointed to a full-time 
staff position with the membership and program division of 
the Lutheran Laity Movement. He continues to reside in the 
Bloomsburg. PA. area. 

Col. Joseph (Skip! O'Hara III '64 was mentioned in a 
Nciv York Times article for his part in a $40 million 
modification project to make the Air Force's B-IB bomber 
less vulnerable to birds being caught in the plane's engines. 
O'Hara and his wife, the former Arlene Roberts '64, arc 
stationed at Dyess Air Force Base in Abilene, TX. 

Lawrence A. Skinner '64 is staff industrial engineering 
manager with Appleton Papers, Inc. in Harrisburg. He 
joined the firm in 1974 and resides in Wellsville, PA. 

Georgia D. Fegley '66 is now a member of the 
Vocational Resources Department of the Slate of Delaware. 
She resides in New Castle. DE. 

Jane Fiedler Madio x'66 has been promoted to senior 
vice president and administrative services manager of United 
Federal Savings Bank in State College, PA, where she 
resides. 



Donna Ake Burkholder '67 is the new director of music 
at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Lancaster, PA. She is also 
a music teacher at Conestoga Valley Junior High School and 
resides in Ephrata, PA. 

Paul P. Wild, Jr. '67 is now in private practice as a CPA 
in Freehold. NJ. Working with small businesses is one of his 
specialties. He is a resident of Colts Neck, NJ. 

Robert W. HadPield '68 has been promoted to marketing 
manager for commercial ceiling products with Armstrong 
World Industries in Lancaster. PA. He has been with 
Armstrong since graduation from Susquehanna. 

Dr. Charles H. McLeskey '68 is an associate professor 
of anesthesiology at the University of Colorado Health 
Sciences Center in Denver. He was previously affiliated with 
the University of Texas. 

Linda Henschel Paulin '69 of Libertyville. IL. has joined 
Abbott Laboratories as director of marketing and sales 
operations in the pharmaceutical products division. She 
previously was with Merck. Sharp & Dohme in 
Philadelphia. 

Marcia Spangler Sharpe '69 is a second grade teacher in 
the Londonderry Elementary School in the Middletown. PA. 
area. She resides in Hummelstown with her husband Rudy 
'69. 

THE SEVENTIES 

Gregg A. Hodgdon '70 of Dublin. CA. was promoted lo 
manager-engineering with Pacific Bell in Hayward, CA. He 
was also promoted to the rank of Lt. Col. in Ihe U.S. 
Marine Corps Reserve. 

Robert E. Jones '73 of Orwigsburg. PA. has been named 
director of planning and marketing at Good Samaritan 
Hospital in Potlsville. Jones previously was vice president of 
operations for Schuylkill Rehabilitation Center. 

Robert S. Long '73 of Princeton. NJ. has been promoted 
to group product manager of Prince Manufacturing. Inc. 
racquet sports division. A former tennis player at 
Susquehanna and teaching pro. Bob assisted in the 
development of the tennis industry's top-selling racquet, the 
Prince Spectrum. 

Bruce W. Casso '74 is district manager for central New 
Jersey for Ryder Truck Rental. Inc. He and his wife, Susan 
Haines Casso '74 have relocated from Wallingford, PA, lo 
Princeton. NJ 

Dennis D. Kieffer '74 of York. PA. has been promoted 
to the position of financial vice president with Graham 
Engineering Corporation of York. He is a former conlroller 
at Susquehanna. 

Frank W. Schott '74, newly graduated from Selon Hall 
Law School, will be instructing a course in preventive law at 
his alma mater. Bernards High School. The course will 
expose high school students to everyday legal matters such 
as contracts, torts and state and local government. He 
recently joined AT&T worldwide corporate legal 
headquarters in Berkeley Heights. NJ. where he will deal in 
environmental law. labor law and general litigation. 

Reverend David L. Craig '75 is minister of Grace 
Presbyterian Church in Franklin. NC. 

Diane J. Gibelman '76 of While Plains. NY, has recently 
been promoted to vice president of Frank B. Hall & 
Company, a leading metropolitan area insurance firm. She 
will be responsible for Hall's commercial property and 
casualty accounts. 

Charles J. Mannello '76, who recently earned his CPA. 
has been promoted lo taxation auditing manager by the 
stale's department of revenue. Twice in the last lour years 
he has been given Ihe Secretary of Revenue's Award for 
Excellence. He resides in Kulpmonl. PA. 

Ronald L. Brett '77 of Warminster. PA. has joined the 
Coca-Cola Company as account manager for Ihe Lansdale 
branch office. He oversees operations in Ihe entire Bucks 
county area. 

James A. Hall '77 has been transferred from Exxon's 



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Baton Rouge. LA. operation to Houston, TX, where he will 
be controller ol their newly-acquired NL Treating Chemicals 
Division 

Edward R. Barben '78 has been named to fill a newly- 
created position with Cumberland County National Bank in 
the Hamsburg area. He is leasing administrator lor CCNB. 

Richard J. King, Jr. '78 is the new assistant vice 
president of Bank & Trust Company of Old York Road in 
Willow Grove, PA, He resides in Hatboro. 

Margaret DeLucca Malteo '78 of Hazleton, PA. has 
been named as director of outpatient services with Serento 
(uirdcns, a drug and alcohol facility in that area. 

Barbara Bozzelli Ross '78 has left her private CPA 
practice in Ocean City, NJ, to assume duties as a CPA for 
the city of Ocean City 

Janice Robb Dolan '79 of Baltimore is now senior 
activity coordinator for the Keswick Home for Incurables in 
thai cily 

Reverend Richard B. Geib '79 recently conducted the 
first service at the Tree of Life Lutheran Church in 
Hamsburg, PA It is the first new Lutheran congregation to 
be developed in the Harrisburg area in twenty years. 

Reverend Thomas A. Johnson '79 has been appointed 
pastor of the Eldersvillc. PA. United Methodist Church. 

Rachel A. Wheatcroft '79 is with the Bancroft School of 
Haddonfield, NJ as a special education teacher. She resides 
in Cherry Hill 

Sally L. Zapp '79 is part of the pre-admissions review 
team at the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital in 
Allentown, PA. She resides in Emmaus. 

THE EIGHTIES 

Robert N. Whitmoyer '80 is director of Choruses and 
general music instructor at the Selinsgrove Area Middle 
School He IS also serving a one-year appointment as music 
department chairman. 

George T. Paulosky '81 has been promoted to senior 
staff auditor with Washington National Insurance Company 
ul Lvanston. IL 

(irelchen M. Raab '81 has recently joined the staff of 
Cornell University Medical College. She resides in 
Fleetwood. NY ' 

Dr, Kurt H. Reiber '81 has recently opened the Shade 
Mountain Dental Clinic in Mt. Pleasant Mills, PA. He 
resides in Hummels Wharf. 

Susan A. Borosky '82 is a senior research pharmacologist 
at Nova Pharmaceutical Corporation in Baltimore, where she 
also resides She has been with Nova since 1986. 




lass of Susquehanna, 



Ben S, Coates '82 of Linden, PA, is currently under 
contract to Disney Enterprises. He is a lead singer with the 
musical group called "The Spirit of America," which is 
featured at Walt Disney World in Florida. 

David S, Coniy '82 of Chatham, NJ, has recently joined 
Maplewood Bank and Trust Company as corporate banking 
olTicer. He had previously been with Midlantic Bank in 
Edison, NJ. 

Mary T. Coughlin '82 of Metuchen, NJ, has become the 
new vice president with CIC Asset Management Corporation 
in New York, NY. 

George A, Elias '82 of Hatfield, PA. has been promoted 
to vice president for commercial loans with First Valley 
Bank. He is responsible for commercial lending in 
Montgomery and Bucks counties. 

Marc Gutleber '82 of Point Pleasant, NJ, has recently 
entered the real estate field with Century 2rs Lawrence 
Agency in Brick, NJ. 

Gail R. Moster '82 has moved from Dallas, TX, to 
Houston where she is an assistant buyer for Foley's 
Department Store. 

Ronald R. Reese '82 of Wallingford, PA, is with the 
investment firm of Miller, Anderson and Sherrerd in Bala 
Cynwyd. PA. 

Claudia Pope Revak '82 was recently named assistant 
director of Junior Valley Vocals in the Hazleton, PA, area. 
The group is composed of youngsters from second to ninth 
grades 

Richard W. Rudd '82 of Hopewell Junction, NY. has 
been promoted to contracts specialist with the U.S. 
marketing and services group of IBM in Dobbs Ferry, NY. 
He IS married to the former Denise Wenke '83. 

Patricia Snyder Schwalm '82 of Leek Kill, PA, has been 
named controller of the First National Trust Bank of 
Sunbury. She began her banking career as an undergraduate 
intern. She recently graduated first in her class, winning the 
David McKinley Award, from Bucknell's Pennsylvania 
Bankers Association Central Atlantic School of Banking. 

Allison Digby Tamasaukas '82 is the new president of 
the Surety Underwriters Association of New Jersey She is a 
senior underwriter with the bond department of Selective 
Insurance Company of America. She and her husband, 
Charles '83, reside in Sandyston. NJ. 

Jeanne Jo Zyga '82 is a permanent placement counselor 
with Cosmopolitan Personnel Systems of Ithaca. NY. She 
resides in Sayre. PA. 

Rev. Dr. Guy S. Edmiston, Jr. he '82 of Camp Hill. 
PA. was recently elected to serve as bishop of the Lower 
Susquehanna Synod of the ELCA. 

Diana McLaughlin Bailey '83 of Williamsport, PA, is 
currently teaching music on a part-time basis in the Danville 
School District. Her specialty is instrumental music. 

Diane E. Rogalski '83 of Carbondale, PA, is a CPA and 
IS an accountant with Shorten Homes. 

Jewel Williamson-Burns '83 is now a registered 
representative with Lutheran Brotherhood Secunties Group 
in Nazareth, PA She and her husband Todd '81 reside in 
Pen Argyl. 

Alma-Lillian Kinn Abruzzo '84 of Holliswood Gardens, 
N'l . has recently received her law degree from St. John's 
University She is associated with the firm of Regan, Kubic 
and Claro. 

Elizabeth J, Decker '84 of Bemardsville, NJ. is a staff 
accountant with Seaboard Surety in Bedminster. NJ. She 
also continues to pursue her MBA at Fairleigh Dickinson 
University. 

Stuart L. Fornoff '84 has recently taken a position with 
Aqualon Company in Wilmington. DE. 

Phihp J. Hueston, Jr. '84 of Brick. NJ. is owner- 
president of Modular Coatings in that community. 

Melissa M. Jackson '84 of Montville. NJ has been 
appointed director of client service with the Capital Advisory 
Group Ltd.. a regional office of Integrated Resources Equity 
Corporation of New York, NY. 

Pamela Foster Reisinger '84 of Merion, PA, is now an 
associate commercial underwriter with Aetna Insurance. 

Donald R, Berrier '85 of Huntingdon, PA. has recently 
returned to the United States after spending two years in 
Ireland He was there as part of the Church of the 
Bretheren's Volunteer Service program. 

Robbin P. Carriero '85 of New Vernon. NJ, recently 



earned the designation of Certified Financial Planner through 
the College of Financial Planning in Denver. CO. She is 
with IDS Financial Services in Denville. NJ. 

Pamela M. DeVilo '85 is an account executive with 
Leafstone, human resources and temporary employment 
agency in New York. She continues to reside in Westbury, 
NY. 

Brian W. Molner '85 of Pompton Plains. NJ. has been 
appointed office manager of Weichert Realtors in that 
community. He has been a member of the firms Million 
Dollar Club for several years. 

Andrew Ajello '86 is now a purchasing agent for the 
construction division of Hertz, working in Park Ridge, NJ, 

Brenda K. Bollinger '86 is a research scientist with 
ImmuLogic. a pharmaceutical firm in Cambridge, MA. 

Caroline J, Cueman '86 is an international account 
representative with international insurance brokers, 
Alexander & Alexander of Washington, DC. She resides in 
Kensington. MD. 

John W. Gartner 111 '86 is a computer programmer/ 
analyst with Boeing Computer Services, a subsidiary of 
Boeing Aircraft. He is living in Derwood, MD. 

Charlene J. Heller '86 is living in Morrisville, PA, and 
working as director of marketing for the George Street 
Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ. 

Gina T. Hucke '86 is a claims adjuster for Prudential 
Property and Casualty in Fair Lawn, NJ. She resides in 
North Haledon. NJ 

Todd A. Liddick '86 is production supervisor for 
Scnvner, Inc. in York. PA. He resides in Duncannon. PA. 

Robyn J. Long '86 is assistant to the executive vice 
president of Jackson-Cross Company in Philadelphia. She 
resides in Delanco. NJ. 

Charlene M. Pelow '86 has been promoted to 
merchandise coordinator with Hess's department store. She 
resides in Baldwinsville. NY 

Kimberly A. Rubio '86 has been promoted to personnel 
assistant with Donaldson, Lufkin, Jenrette, Inc. in the 
northern New Jersey area. She resides in Marlboro. 

Darlene A. Weaver '86 was recently promoted to distnct 
director of Union and Middlesex counties with the Muscular 
Dystrophy Association. She resides in Edison, NJ. 

William L. Grala he '87 of Wayne, PA, was elected 
chairman of the board of Invest-ln-America National 
Council, a non-profit organization committed to the 
advancement of economic understanding He is chairman 
and CEO of the Smith-Kline Beckman Foundation. Invest- 
In-Amenca conducts institutes for elementary and high 
school teachers throughout the country. 



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VORCE-KAUFFMAN 

Linda KaufTman (Kirby) '67 to Gerard T. Vorce, May 
23, 1987. ; 326 Bow Lane, Gilbertsville, PA 19525. 
FOX-COOPER 

Donna M. Cooper to Charles D. Fox '84, June 6, 1987. 
First United Methodist Church. Hollidaysburg. PA. 
Susquehannans in the wedding party were Craig R. Urey 
'86 and Jack Fox, Jr. '75. Charles is a telecommunications 
specialist for Hewlett Packard Co., Rockvillc. MD / 
Apartment 31, 130 Willowdale Drive, Fredenck, MD 
21701. 
ABEY-WILLIAMSON 

Marcia A. Williamson '83 to William J Abey III. 
September 12. 1987. Hopewell. NJ The maid of honor was 
Karen E. Costello '83. / 241 Windsor Commons, 
Cranbury, NJ 08512. 
GOODRICH -CLAPPER 

Margaret J. Clapper '82 to Alan D Goodnch. 
September 26, 1987, Grace Lutheran Church, Red Lion. 
PA Her brother. Luther E. "Ed" Clapper '77 was in the 
wedding party. Margaret is a senior planning analyst for 
IMS Amenca in Plymouth Meeting and her husband is a 
corporate account executive for Wausau Insurance Co. in 
Philadelphia. Margaret is the daughter of the Rev. Dr. 
Edwin M. Clapper '34 who died in February of 1988. / 
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FALCONE-StCUJR 

Patricia M. Sl.CIair '85 lo John Falcone, October 3, 
1987. Si John Neumann, Bryn Mawr, PA Her husband is a 
self-employed builder and contractor, D. Falcone Co. in 
Havertown, PA. / 251 Cedar Ridge Road, West Chester, PA 
19380 
EVANS-DOUGHERTY 

Mary C. Dougherty to Alan J, Evans '83, October 17, 
1987, St. Peler the Apostle Church. River Edge. NJ. 
Vincent J. Cavalea '83 was an usher in the wedding. Alan 
is a marketing research manager with Hospital Research 
Associates in Fairfield, NJ. / 10 Hasbrouck Avenue. 
Hasbrouck. NJ 07604. 
WALBURN-SCHAEFER 

Jean E. Schaefer '85 to Wayne M. Walbum, October 17, 
1987, Tenafly Presbyterian Church, Tenafly, NJ. Karen 
Lynch Rellly '85 was the matron-of-honor. Jean is assistant 
product manager. Polo Ralph Lauren in Moonichie. NJ. Her 
husband is with Sifford Pontiac. / 424 Hudson Street. 
Apartment 3P. Hackensack. NJ 07601. 
ENDAHLALLEN 

Lynn P. Allen '84 to David G. Endahl '84, October 17, 
1987, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Washington, CT. 
Susquehannans in the wedding party were Jennifer L, 
Olson '84 and Eileen Kearney Muti '84, Lynn is a meeting 
planner in the travel department, Nabisco Brands Inc. in 
East Hanover, NJ. David is supervisor financial planning, 
Monroe Business Systems in Morris Plains, NJ. / 72 White 
Meadow Road, Rockaway, NJ 07866. 
MOOREMYERS 

Janet L. Myers lo Peter E. Moore '84, November 21, 
1987, Bethany Presbyterian Church. Peler is a sales manager 
for Lumsden Corp. in Lancaster, PA. His wife teaches first 
grade / 2545 Golden Drive, East Petersburg, PA 17520. 
HORNERDUANE 

Lisa L. Duane x'85 to G. Thomas Homer, November 28, 

1987, North Bethesda United Methodist Church. Bethesda. 
MD. Karen Lynch Reilly '85 was in the wedding party 
Lisa is with Eastern Appraisal Services and her husband is 
with the Lenoir County School System. / 907 Westover 
Avenue. Kingston. NC 28501. 

HENRYHELT 

Cathleen M. Hell to George A. Henry '82, November 
28. 1987. First United Methodist Church. Muncy. PA. 
George is an elementary music teacher in Muncy and his 
wife is a Chapter 1 instructional aide in the same school 
district / 201 Fox Hollow Road. Muncy. PA 17756. 
THOMSON -R UGCIERO 

Maureen Ruggiero to Steven J. Thomson '82, United 
Methodist Church. Morrislown, NJ. Steven is attending 
Hofstra University for his master's degree in Computer 
Programming. / Apartment 306. 140-21 Burden Crescent. 
Briarwood. NY 1 1435. 
DACHIK-PETERSON 

Jcannette Peterson to Robert A. Dachik '71, February 

13. 1988. / 75 Avonwood Road. Apanment A17. Avon. CT 
06001. 

CLARK-WILLIAMSON 
Joan Wiant Williamson x'53 lo Herbert Clark, February 

14, 19X8. / 27 Spnngwood Drive, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 
MANERI-SICILLITO 

Grace K. Sigillito '83 to Michael Maneri, February 20, 

1988. St. Augustine's Church. New City, N\. Grace is 
telemarketing supervisor for The Middlesex News in 
Framingham. MA. Susquehannans in the wedding party 
were Brenda Larson Barrett '83 and Susan Ann Brett 
'83. / 26 Clinton Street. Hopkinlon. MA 01748 
AHBOTT-SWAN 

Nancy H. Swan '80 to James M. Abbott. March 5. 1988. 
St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Westfield. NJ. In the wedding 
patty from Susquehanna were Kent E. Swan '83 and 
Patricia A. "Mimi" McDowell '80. Nancy is a tax 
accountant with DialAmerica Marketing in Mahwah. NJ. 
Her husband is area sales manager. Hilti. Inc. / 128 Snyder 
Avenue. Ramsey. NJ 07446. 
TIETBOHL-OAVIS 

Elizabeth Ann Davis to Jon A. Tietbohl '81, March 12. 
1988. Advent Lutheran Church. West Lawn. PA. Jon's 
parents are Dr Ralph '49 and Mrs Susan Foltz Tietbohl 
'SL His grandparents were Lewis F. Foltz '23, (deceased 
July 1980) and Edna Goff Foltz '23, (deceased December 



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1977). Jon is now vice president in administration. Tucker 
Anthony, investment managers. / Apartment 1515. Carnegie 
Park. 200 East 94th, New York, NY 10128. 



Born Crusaders 



To Mr. and Mrs. Paul A, McFeeley '80, a son, Robert 
Craig, August 8, 1986. Paul sells tax free bonds for Stoever 
Glass & Co.. New York City. His wife practices law. / 
Elizabeth Road. Upper Montclair. NJ 07043. 

To Charles D. "Rusty" Jr, '76 and Kathi Stine Flack 
'76, twins, Jamie Ann and Alex Eckman, September 26. 
1986. / R. D. 4. Box 230. Dallas. PA 18612. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cascone '79, a daughter. 
Allison Nicole. November 18. 1986. Bob has been promoted 
to general manager of Cambria Peterbill Trucks Inc., 
Secaucus. NJ. His wife is an attorney. / 195 Arbor Street, 
Cranford. NJ 07016. 

To Dr. Douglas and Susan Miller Stewart '74, a 
daughter. Holly Ann. January 1. 1987. Susan is a part-time 
registered nurse in a neonatal unit in Hickory. NC. Her 
husband is a physician and board certified nephrologist in 
Lenoir. / 516 Laurelwood Circle. S.E.. Lenoir. NC 28645. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Meany '76, a daughter. 
Elizabeth Anne. January 12. 1987. Gene has been promoted 
lo manager. Facility Design, Contruction.and Properties, for 
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Ohio, Cleveland. / 2783 
Hampton Road, Rocky River, OH 44116. 

To Jeffrey and Janet Diehl Ayres '75, a son, Gordon 
Peltit, February 2. 1987. / 7120 Sheffield Road. Baltimore. 
MD 21212. 

To Edward S. Jr. '72 and Pamela Dolin Horn '72, a 
son. Edward Soleliac III. February 6. 1987. / 1594 Heebner 
Lane. Lansdale, PA 19446. 

To Cliff W and Joan Frooks Maskell x'72, a son. 
Kenneth Logan. February 7. 1987. / 11775 Sparkleberry 
Lane. Jacksonville, FL 32223. 

To G. Dale and Janis Miller Wagner '79, a daughter, 
Jessica Leigh, February 16, 1987. / 3521 Hanover Road, 
Gettysburg, PA 17325. 

To Robin K. '80 and Elizabeth Kennerly Vieira '80 a 
.son, Brandon Kyle, February 18, 1987. Robin is a research 
analyst, Florida Solar Energy Center, Cape Canaveral, FL. 
Liz IS director of Community Relations and Planning, Jess 
Parris Memonal Hospital, Titusville, FL. / 1426 Ferrier 
Drive, Titusville, FL 32780. 

To Steven L. '75 and Janice Friedman Zackon '75, a 
son, Matthew Ross. February 23. 1987. Steve is the national 



account district manager for the Philadelphia region of 
Automatic Data Processing. Jan is the administrative 
supervisor for the Juvenile Probation Office of the County of 
Berks. / 1452 Salomon Lane. Wayne. PA 19087. 

To George and Arlene Arndt PhilippofT '72, a son. Karl 
Steven. March 9. 1987. / 46 McLeay Road. Montville. NJ 
07045. 

To Paul C. '76 and Carlen Schmidt Ginzl '77 a 
daughter. Erika Louise. March 17. 1987. Paul was in the 
"Top 5" in the stale of Florida in sales volume for Remax. 
/ 309 Ringwood Circle. Winter Springs. FL 32708. 

To E Bruce and Debbie Robinson Wolfert '78, a son. 
Jonathan. Apnl 7. 1987. Debbie is self-employed as an 
accounting consultant. / 1 1 Maple Avenue. (P. O. Box 340). 
Hampton Bays. NY 11946. 

To Walter J. '80 and Joan F. "Jodie" Penniman 
Krzastek '80, a son. Marcus Richard. April 8. 1987. / 702 
Westfield Avenue. Westfield. NJ 07090. 

To John A. '76 and Nancy Bowser Painter '77, a son. 
Jason Reed. April 18. 1987. John is now bond manager. 
Conlinental Guaranlee & Credit Corp / 31 1 Sissinghurst 
Drive. West Chester. PA 19382 

To Mr and Mrs Peter M. Sherman '74, a son. 
Christopher Thomas. May 7. 1987. Peter is a director and 
senior portfolio manager at Capital Holding Corp. / 7412 
Maria Lane. Louisville. KY 40222 

To Robert F. '72 and Deborah Burdick Cloud '75, a 
daughter. Jennifer Katherine. May 11, 1987. Robert is a 
field engineer for Automatic Toll Systems, Inc., Ml. 
Vernon, NY. / 7 Freedom Place, Sewell, NJ 08080. 
To Daniel and Maryellen Celetano Bender '79 a 
daughter, Ashley Danielle, May 20, 1987. / 7 Kinlyre Road, 
PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418. 

To Robert W Easier and Edris Susan "Debbi" Kruger- 
Easter '67, a son, Bryce Kruger-Easler, May 22, 1987. / 
4880 Beaumont Drive, La Mesa, CA 92041. 

To Mr. and Mrs. F. Curtis Ibbitson '76, a daughter. 
Elizabeth Nicole, June 13, 1987. / R. R. 2, Box 497, Rl. 
101, Dayville, CT 06241. 

To Mark and Rachael Welsh Paden '83, a daughter, 
Stephanie Kay, June 17, 1987. Rachael is a private vocal 
and piano teacher. / R. D. 2, Box 280, Sugarloaf PA 
18249. 

To William A. '76 and Kathleen Lehman Robinson '78, 
a daughter, Elizabeth McCune, June 28, 1987. Bill is an 
account executive with Seaboard Manne in Jersey City. 
Kathleen had been director of human resources at Bayshore 
Hospital. / 38 Patterson Court, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702. 

To Gordon W. Jr. '73 and Janice Kimmerer Clark '75, 
a son, Douglas Gordon, July 20, 1987. Don is vice president 
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26 Tiger HlII Drive. Gladslone. NJ 07934. 

To Charles V. and Susan Fuller Sies '78, a son, Timothy 
Allen. July 29, 1987 Timolhy joins brother Charles Andrew 
bom February 18. 1985, Susan is an Adult Basic Education 
Instructor/Career Counselor with Carroll County Multi- 
Service Community Center and the Detention Center. '4140 
Hanover Pike. Manchester. MD 21 102. 

To Jeffrey D. '82 and Susan Kees Morgan '83, a 
daughter. Rebecca Anne, July 30. 1987. Jeff is the manager 
of information systems for Hearth and Home Distributors. 
Inc. in Columbia. MD / 361 1 Alpen Green Way, 
Bunonsville. MD 20866. 

To Steven D and Kim Hartman Ranck '82, a son. 
Benjamin David. August 1. 1987. / 245 Hospital Drive 
Lewisburg, PA 17837. 

To George and Linda Graziano McGrory '77, a 
daughter, Caitlm Elizabeth, August 14, 1987. / 55 Divan 
Way, Wayne, NJ 07470. 

To Mr and Mrs Timothy G, Keane '75, a son, Andre 
Christian, August 25, 1987. Tim is a securities analyst with 
Reich & Tang L. P., New York City. / 34 Blue Ridge 
Road, Wilton, CT 06897 

To Clark and Judith Wittosch Malcolm '69, a son, 
Robert Russell, August 25, 1987. / 1420 Henry Street, Ann 
Arbor, Ml 48104. 

To Rev William. '82 and Gwen Hammaker Weiser 
'83, a daughter, Sarah Kalhryn, September 24, 1987 / R 
D. 1, Box 277, Mifflinburg, PA 17845. 

To Joseph M. '73 and Sue Ellen Ferman Vayda '73, a 
son, Jeffrey Matthew. October 5. 1987. Joe is a vice 
president with Philadelphia National Bank and Core States 
Financial Corp. / 47 Van Doren Way, Belle Mead, NJ 
08502. 

To Craig G and Susan Gale Fitchett '77, a daughter. 
Alice Melinda. October 8. 1987. / R. D 4, Box 303, 
Milford, NJ 08848. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vile '80, a daughter. Erica 
Caitlin. October 1 1, 1987 Bob is a vice president at an 
investment firm of Widmann. Siff & Co.. Inc. m Ardmore, 
PA. / 2146 Friendship Street, Philadelphia, PA 19149. 

To John and Susan Neiser Murawski '74, a son, Eric 
John. October 15. 1987 / 10 The Circle. Homell. NY 
14843. 



To Scott and Dorothy Pulst Wright '70, a daughter. 
Kaitlyn Danielle. October 21. 1987. / R. D. 2. Box 373. 
Newport. PA 17074. 

To Charles and Jane Miller Voipe '78, a daughter. 
Colleen Miller, October 22. 1987. / 573 Ashton Avenue. 
Palo Alto. CA 94306. 

To Mr. and Mrs Scott F. Slocum '79, a daughter. 
Monica Lee. October 24, 1987. She joins sisters Megan 
Lynn (bom April 27, 19851 and Dana Marie (bom 
September 24. 1986). / R D. 1. Sechler Drive. 
Montoursville, PA 17754. 

To Robert and Diane Christopher Rapport '75, a son. 
John Chnstopher. October 26. 1987 Diane "retired" from 
Deloitte Haskins & Sells as a senior manager after II years. 
/ 469 Ackerson Avenue. Wyckoff. NJ 07481. 

To Glenn Schubel and Elizabeth A. Willbanks '79, a 
daughter. Lindsey Anne Schubel. October 29. 1987. / R. D. 
1. Box 139-B. Poultney, VT 05764. 

To Ronald J. '72 and Karia Pahl Pagano '72, a 
daughter. Theresa Lee, November 11. 1987. / 86700 Beaver 
Dam Road. Scio. OH 43988 

To Paul and Suzanne Madara Coffee '81, a daughter. 
Kristin Anne, November 17. 1987. / 5 Moorfield Lane. 
Moorestown. NJ 08057. 

To George C. Jr. '75 and Judith Yohn Adams '75, a 
daughter. Robin Yohn. November 19. 1987. Robin joins 
sister Amy. / The Maples. R.D. 1. Northumberland, PA 
17857. 

To Michael J and Kathleen Shade lacobucci '80, a 
daughter, Alison Louise. November 27. 1987. / 237 
Rockingham Road. Rosemont. PA 19010. 

To Mr. and Mrs Lawrence J. Wright '80, a son. Daniel 
John. December 17. 1987. / 156 Momingside Circle. 
Wayne. PA 19087. 

To Mr. and Mrs. John J. Guthrie '74, a son. Tyler John, 
December 19. 1987. Tyler joins sister Shannon (bom May 
7. 1986). / R. D. 1. Box 130A. Avonmore. PA 15618. 

To John H. '75 and Judy Brigante Waddell '76, a son. 
Lucas Allen. January 4. 1988. / P. O. Box 86, Belleville. 
PA 17004. 

To Joseph F. and Nancy Jeffries Little '79, a son. 
Christopher Michael, January 5, 1988. / 5420 Ridge Road. 
Mt. Airy, MD 21771. 



To John and Susan Grausam Bullock '81, a son. Daniel 
John. January 16. 1988 Susan is a buyer for Acme Markets 
and her husband is a chemist for Kodak-Eastman 
Pharmaceuticals. / 1378 Station Place, West Chester, PA 
19380. 

To Richard and Susan Hill Spakowski x'82, a son, 
Richard Michael. Jr.. January 18, 1988. / 38 Bingham 
Avenue, Rumson. NJ 07760. 

To Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tokarz '80, twin daughters, Jaclyn 
Michelle and Kelly Nicole. January 19. 1988. / 13 Orchard 
Road. Farmington. CT 06032 

To Steven D and Jennifer Sampsell Sassaman '86, a 
son. Steven Dixon. Jr., January 25. 1988. Soi^a Ernst 
Sampsell x'63 is the grandmother Her mother, Margaret 
"Peg" Ernst, Steven's great grandmother, worked in 
Susquehanna's Alumni Office for many years. / R. D. 3, 
Box 35, Fairview Avenue. Selinsgrove. PA 17870. 

To Keith and Karen Harrington Christian '80, a 
daughter. Elizabeth Ann, February 1. 1988. / 3 MacFarland 
Avenue, Warminster, PA 18974. 

To Mr and Mrs William C. Hart '78, a son, William 
David, February 3. 1988. / 16 Vicksburg Road. Laurel 
Spnngs. NJ 08021. 

To Thomas J and Susan Bowman Schumacker '81, a 
son. Thomas Ryan. Febraary 11, 1988. / 150 Skipton Place, 
Somerset, NJ 08873. 

To Jon '81 and Susan Brubaker Pickwell '82, a 
daughter, Hanna Mane, February 14. 1988. / 21 Ann Dnve. 
Pittsfield. MA 01201. 

To Donald E and Kathleen Simmers Andrews '67, a 
son. Charles Donald. February 15. 1988. Kathy is an 
American Kennel Club point show judge of most hound 
breeds. / R. D. 3', Box 802. Boyertown. PA 19512. 

To Mr and Mrs Ernest P. Kemper, Jr. '80, a son, 
Benjamin Ernest. Febraary 15. 1988. / 118 South High 
Street, Selinsgrove, PA 17870. 

To Mr and Mrs Steven D. Yeager '80, a son, Samuel 
Steven. Febraary 16. 1988. Steve is a senior programmer- 
analyst with Meridian Bank. / 911 Belair Avenue. 
Shillington. PA 19607. 

To Mr. and Mrs Alan J. Grove '80, a daughter. Rebecca 
Jayne. Febraary 16, 1988. Alan is children's merchandizer 
for J. C. Penney Co. / 32 Surrey Drive. Chambersburg, PA 
17201. 



SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE 

1988-89 Artist Series 



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Saturday, October 1 

Elmar Oliveira, violin 

"Hi generaiai so much exatemem, the 
aalieruc hum jmh \t^ih affkust after the first 
movement ami at the erui ^ve htm one of the 
longest ovattons ever heard at Boetlcher." 

The Denver Post 

Friday, November 4 

San Francisco Opera in 
"Madame Butterfly" 

Saturday, December 3 

Barksdale Theatre Company in the 
Dylan Thomas ''A Child's 
Christmas in Wales" 



Monday, Jjmuary 23 

Richard Coode, piano 

CooiU's flaying was filled with ifualiiies 
that so many far better known fnantsts have 
never f^ossesseJ " 

The Philadelphia inquirer 

Friday, February 3 

Jazz performer Dizzy Gillespie 

Monday, Mjirch 6 

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra 
Hugh Wolff, music director 

Friday, April 28 

National Touring Company 
of the Gershwin musical 
"My One and Only" 



All performances start at 8 p.m. 
Weber Chapel Auditorium 

Season tickets: adult, $46; senior 
citizen. i25; child, $25, family plan 
(two adults, two children), $125. 

Individual tickets: adult genera! 
admission, $8; students and senior 
ciuzens, $4. Group rates available. 

For ticket reservations and 
Informauon, write: Box Office, 
Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, 
PA 17870- 1001. Or call the box 
office, (717) 372-4226, 
from noon to 6 p.m. 




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To Mr and Mrs William E. Swanger III '76, a 

daughler. Rebecca Diane. February 19, 1988. Bill is now 
directing the newly created Office of Communications of 
Tressler Lutheran Services in Camp Hill. / 22 Wmding Hill 
Drive, Mechanicsburg. PA 17055. 

To James A and Eleanor Kusche Crabbe '75, a 
daughter, Victoria Leigh, February 27, 1988. Victoria joins 
sister Patricia Ann (bom June 26, 1986). / 2508 Yorktown 
Drive, Beeville, TX 78102, 

To Arthur L. '81 and Jeanne McCarthy Augugliaro 
'82, a son, Alexander Louis, March I, 1988. / 1109 Green 
Briar Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 

To Alan R and Julianne Metzger Pykelny '76, a 
daughter. Marlie Alison, March 14, 1988. / 303 Elm Court, 
Libertyville, IL 60048, 

To Steve and Cynthia Ebert Rayburn '80, a daughter, 
Stephany Ann, March 21, 1988. / 5106 North Oaks Drive, 
Greensboro. NC 27405. 

To Edward and Martha Pierce Beishline '75, a son. 
Drew Edward, March 25, 1988. / P. O. Box 73, 
Sybertsville, PA 18251. 



Deaths 



Stuart T. Saunders hc'68, Richmond, VA, February 7, 
1987. Received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from 
Susquehanna. He was a board chairman and chief operating 
officer of Penn Central Company — a merger of the 
Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads. 

John H. Paul '38, Jordan, NY, March 25, 1987 He 
taught school for many years in Jordan and served that 
community as Town Justice in the 1980s. He attended 
Susquehanna after being graduated from Shamokin High 
School. 

Beulah Rathfon Boyer '16, Saratoga Springs, NY, April 
17, 1987. She taught music for many years in the 
Philadelphia area before retiring to upstate New York in 
1981 

Flo Treibley Barton '12, Shiremanstown. PA, May 21, 
1987, She was 95 years old at the time of her death and had 
taught school in the Harrisburg area. 

Myron G. Dreese '12, Shamokin Dam. PA. October 8, 
1987. He was a veteran of Worid War 1 and worked as a 
supervisor for the New York Central Railroad. 

Mary Elizabeth App '22, Selinsgrove, PA. November 3, 
1987. A native of Snyder County, she taught most of her 
career with Dover, DE, Special School District At one time 
she was responsible for all of the school's foreign language 
classes — French, Latin, and Spanish. 

Edward H. Livingston '29, Orlando, FL, December 20, 
1987. He was with the Williamsport, PA, School District for 
40 years— 30 as a teacher and 10 as assistant principal. 

Helen Fetterolf Riden '18, Lewistown, PA, December 
26, 1987. She taught at Huntingdon, PA, High School for 
several years after graduation. Her late husband Jay Riden 
graduated from Susquehanna in 1920 She and her sisters. 
Lulu Fetterolf Herman '18 and Bessie Fetterolf Keller '16 
compnsed half of Susquehanna's first women's basketball 
team. 

Rev Dr Colin F. Miller hc'66. Edinburgh, Scotland, 
January 2, 1988. The Scotland native. Rev. Miller served 
churches in Canada and the United Stales as well as serving 
as a chaplain to a prisoner-of-war camp in Scotland during 
Worid War II. 

Edward G. "Ned" Walker, Jr. x'54, Westfield, NJ, 
January 18, 1988. He worked with The Baker & Taylor, 
Co. — book distributors, 

Samuel P. Pascoe '33, Coaldale, PA. January 24. 1988. 
He taught neariy 40 years in the Coaldale and Panther 
Valley school districts. He was instrumental in the 
development of several "outdoors" groups in his 
community 

Brooks L. Walton '27, Green Bay. WI. January 24. 
1988 He taught in Pennsylvania and New Jersey schools for 
30 years, most of the time in the Hackensack. NJ. schools. 
Surviving is Linda Walton Senger '73, a daughter; a son 
Lucius '51 preceded him in death. 







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The 1941 Phi Lambda Thela pledge class are: from row 
(from left) Kenneth Will. Harry Thatcher. Kenneth Bonsall, 
Fred Lukens. John Aucker. Truman Scholl. Warren Herrold. 
John Knaul; back row (from left) Glenn Musser, Robert 
Updegrove, Merle Hoover. Reginald Schofield, Michael 
Wolf G. Robert Booth, and Franklin Wolfe. 



Richard F. Krear '35, Renfrew. PA. February 2, 1988, 
A veteran of World War U, he operated a sporting goods 
store in Emlenton, PA. 

Rev Dr. Edwin M. Clapper '34, Red Lion, PA, 
February 5, 1988. Most of his career was spent as pastor of 
Grace Lutheran Church in Red Lion. He served in World 
War II as an army chaplain. He was honored by his alma 
mater with a Doctor of Divinity degree in 1979. Among his 
survivors are children L. Edwin Clapper '77 and Margaret 
Clapper Goodrich '82. 

Anna Benfer Starr '34, Selinsgrove. PA, February 9, 
1988. She taught school in the Freeburg and Selinsgrove 
districts for 35 years. She was the daughter of C. Foster 
Benfer '06 and Lilian Eisenhuth Benfer x'07. A son. 
Elwood B. Starr x'62 is among the survivors. 

Mildred Groce Follmer '40, Northumberland, PA, 
February 13, 1988. She was the widow of former 
Susquehanna faculty member Harold W. Follmer '15. Her 
brothers Homer x'40 and Wilfred '30 survive. Mrs. Follmer 
graduated from Susquehanna with honors in music, having 
begun her studies while she was in her thirties. She was a 
life member of the Women's Auxiliary at Susquehanna, 

William L. "Bud" Mease '40, Selinsgrove, PA. 
February 16, 1988. He taught commercial subjects at 
Selinsgrove High School for 35 years. He was a veteran of 
World War II and earned a master's degree from Bucknell in 
1948. 

Margaret R. Malesic '71, Steelton, PA. February 17. 
1988. She taught German at Mechanicsburg. PA, High 
School and served as an organist at St. Patrick Cathedral in 
Harrisburg and St. Peter's in Steelton. 

Rev Edward T. Bollinger '30, Denver, CO. February 
26. 1988. He served churches in New Mexico and Colorado 
and maintained an avid interest in history and railroading. 
He authored three books on Western railroads, and was 
given his state's highest award by the American Association 
of State and Local History. He also organized a pipe organ 
building firm. 

Wilda K. Fey '30, Tamaqua. PA. February 29. 1988. 
She was a commercial teacher in the Tamaqua area for 42 
years. She earned her master's degree from New York 
University. 

Kathryne Kull Reiff "28, Ashland. PA. March 4. 1988. 
She served as a rural school principal in Barry Township, 
near Ashland, shortly after her graduation. 

Ira C. Sassaman '31, Richmond. VA, March 10, 1988. 
He began his career as a teacher in the Lewistown, PA, 
area, but spent most of his career as an administrator with 
various Lutheran church organizations, at one time serving 
as staff assistant to the president of the Central Pennsylvania 



Synod. He received an honorary degree from Gettysburg 
College. 

Dr. Harry A. Carl '34, New Castle. DE. March 17. 
1988. He practiced medicine for 50 years as a member of 
the staff of Wilmington Medical Center. He was a fellow of 
the American Academy of Family Practice, 

Martha Gessner Anderson '32, Hershey. PA. March 20. 
1988. She formerly taught at the Upper Mahanoy Township 
High School in Northumberland County. She and her 
husband, the Reverend Kenneth R. Anderson '35, who 
survives, resided in Centre Hall. 

Darryl E. Lahr '85, Chariotte. NC, March 24, 1988. He 
suffered from heart disease for several years. He was a 
computer programmer for the Mid-Penn Bank in 
Millersburg. PA. 

Madalene Hayes Conner '40, West Chester. PA. April 
1. 1988. A former May Queen at Susquehanna, she worked 
several years as a secretary after graduation. 

Jon Ronald Hand "64, Trevorton. PA. April 8, 1988 He 
was killed in an automobile accident. He was a theatrical 
stage manager and a member of Actors Equity Association 
in New York where he worked for many years. He returned 
to live in Shamokin five years ago. He is survived by a 
brother. William R. Hand '58. 

C. Elizabeth "Betty" Johnston Keii '38, Sarasota, FL, 
April 17, 1988. She was employed at one time as a 
caseworker for the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare. She 
is survived by her husband. Henry J. "Whitey" Keil '39. 

Gereon Wagner Salevan '29, McClure, PA. May 7. 
1988. She majored in pre-med at Susquehanna with an 
emphasis on bactenology. Later, while studying at the 
University of Pennsylvania, she discovered several bactena. 
This resulted in her being included in Who's Who in 
America. She worked at hospitals in Philadelphia and 
Lewistown. but more than 30 years of her career were spent 
as director of several departments at Laurelton Center 



Advanced Degrees 



Nancy Swan Abbott '80: Master of Science in taxation. 
Seton Hall University. 

Barbara L. Birdsall '77: J.D.. Seton Hall Law School 
She is with Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. 
Freehold. NJ. 

Jane Kadenbach DiGirolamo '78: Master of Science in 
communication/journalism. Shippensburg University. 

Gwendolyn I. Dyer '84: MA. in mathematics. West 
Chester University. 

Ardis L. Fisher '80: M.M. in performance pedagogy. 
University of Colorado at Boulder, She is teaching at the 
David Adler Cultural Center in Libertyville. IL. 

Jeffrey T. Fiske '81: Ph D . Ohio State University 

Frederick C. Guinn '60: Doctorate in education. NOVA 
University in Florida. He is principal of Shikellamy High 
School. Sunbury. PA 

George A. Henry '82: Master of Education in music. 
Pennsylvania State University. He is an elementary music 
teacher in the Muncy School District, PA. 

Pamela A. Holland '85: Master of Science in modernist 
British literature. University of Edinburgh. Scotland. 

John E. Muolo '77: Law degree from the University of 
Pittsburgh School of Law. He is with Pittsburgh law firm of 
Buchanan and Ingersoll. 

Kurt H. Schagen '83: DC, New York Chiropractic 
College 

Scott K. Wilderman '86: MA. in industrial 
organizational psychology. University of New Haven. He is 
an educational supervisor. Management and Training 
Division. General Dynamics. 



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Alumni News 

From Streisand to Springsteen 

Tomlyn Wows the Pop Music Industry 



District Alumni Club 
Chairpersons 




Visiinifi Suiquehcmna this year brought fimd memories to Bo Tomlyn {aka J 
synlhesist. returneii to present ti weeklou^ seminar and concert for SusqueliL 
share hts progress with his fortner professor . Jack Fries. 



Rogers '73i. Totnlyn. a prominent pop 
students. It also gave Tomlyn a chance to 



Bo Tomlyn's (aka Bruce Rogers '73) continued 
relationship with Susquehanna made his recent 
return to campus a memorable one. 

One of the top synthesists in the pop music 
industry. Tomlyn's credits include programming 
synthesizers and playing keyboards in recording 
sessions with such artists as Michael Jackson, 
Lionel Ritchie, Barry Manilow, Barbra Streisand, 
Chicago, Bruce Springsteen and Elton John. 

Some of his more recent recording efforts 
include performances on "The Love Theme" 
from the motion picture "St. Elmo's Fire" by 
David Foster and the duet by Julio Iglesias and 
Stevie Wonder entitled "My Love." 

Tomlyn's efforts are responsible for much of 
the musical image created for many of today's 
top artists. 

"They (the artists) are the people that stand up 
on stage, and the ones who people know for their 
faces and their voices," says Tomlyn. "But 
there's got to be someone behind that artist, 
creating them as the audience knows them." 

Although much of Tomlyn's style today is a 
result of his creativity, he learned many of the 
fundamentals as a Susquehanna student. Jack 
Fries, associate professor of music, well 
remembers Tomlyn's musical direction. 

"He was unlike a lot of our music majors in 
that he was diversified but he leaned toward pop 
music," Fries says. "He would often show me 
some of the pieces of music he created. He did a 
lot of singing on campus as well. " 



Since Tomlyn graduated from Susquehanna in 
1973, Fries says that he has often stopped to give 
his former instructor an "update on his 
progress." 

Tomlyn's return this year came in conjunction 
with Alumni Weekend, but this time Tomlyn 
became the instructor and Fries a student. 
Tomlyn presented a weeklong seminar on 
synthesis and a concert using the technique. 

"The biggest thing about the course was taking 
something as complicated as the synthesizer and 
watching someone take you to its highest possible 
point in one week," Fries says. 

Tomlyn's first exposure to the field came in 
1970 when his mother encouraged him to take a 
course in music synthesis. He's come a long way 
from that initial course, but then again, so has the 
synthesized music field. 

"The creative end of it has gone nuts," says 
Tomlyn. "We've barely scratched the surface." 

It's that creativity that keeps Tomlyn's interest 
high as he produces beautiful music in concert. 

"The quality of his own songs and 
arrangements is just magnificent," Fries says. 
"The other thing that I find remarkable is his 
ability to hear such detail in sound and music." 

For Tomlyn, that ability comes from a simple 
principle. 

"Music to me is something that comes from 
the heart — you either feel it inside or you 
don't." 



ALTOONA: 
BALTIMORE: 

CENTRAL PA: 

FLORIDA NE: 

FLORIDA W: 
HARRISBURG: 

HAZLETON: 

JERSEY NORTH: 

JERSEY SOUTH: 

JOHNSTOWN: 

LANCASTER: 
LEHIGH VALLEY: 

LEWISTOWN: 

PHILADELPHIA: 
PIITSBURGH: 



SCRANTON/ 
WILKES-BARRE: 
SUSQUEHANNA 
VALLEY: 

WASHINGTON: 



WILLIAMSPORT: 
YORK: 



Randall L. Klobetanz '76, R.D, 1, 
Box 224, HoUidaysburg, PA 16648 
Alan C. Lovell '70, 4401 Cross 
Country Drive. Ellicolt City, 
MD 21043 

Richard L. Kisslak '58, 118 North 
Allegheny Street. Bellefonte, 
PA 16823 

John B. Neuhauser '76 and 
Katherine McAllister Neuhauser 
'77. 770 Keeneland Pike, Lake 
Mary, PL 32746 
William A. Pette '76, 3010 Egret 
Terrace, Safety Harbor, FL 33572 
Robert A. Good '65 and Linda 
Carothers Good '66, 135 Northgate 
Drive. Camp Hill, PA 17011 
Kenneth J. Vermillion '71 and 
Roxane Havice Vermillion '71, 
303 West White Street, Summit 
Hill, PA 18250 

David E. Atkinson '77 and Cheryl 
Rahlfs Atkinson '77, 17 Oak 
Knoll Road, Summit, NJ 07901 
Robert G. Gundaker '64, 897 
Heritage Road, Moorestown, 
NJ 08057 

Robert A. Gabrenya '40, 1417 
Paulton Street, Johnstown, 
PA 15905 

Robert S. Nickey III '84, 61 East 
New Street, Mounrville, PA 17554 
Ronald R Roth '76 and Laurie 
Morgan Roth '76, 27 Northview 
Avenue, Easton, PA 18042 
Paul D. Olbrich '59 and Thiry 
Reamer Olbrich '57 507 Lind- 
bergh Way, Lewistown, PA 17044 
Shirley A. Young '51, P.O. Box 
134, Fountainville, PA 18923 
Eugene H Gundrum '48 and 
Dorothy Eilhardt Gundrum '48, 
805 Virginia Avenue, Pittsburgh, 
PA 15211 

Robert J. Scovell '65, 69 Butler 
Street, Kingston, PA 18704 
Henry R. Albright '54, 1146 
Chestnut Street, Sunbury, 
PA 17801 

Jeremy J. Davis '82, 7733 
Marshall Heights Court, Falls 
Church. VA 22043 
Donald S. King '66, R.D. 4, Box 
128, Monloursville, PA 17754 
Patricia F Heathcote '52, 2421 
Cambridge Road, York, PA 17402 
Richard K. Renn '73. 336 North 
Newberry Street, York, PA 17401 



To better inform our Alumni ofS.V. contacts in their 
areas, we are publishing the chairpersons of the various 
local Alumni clubs. This will also assist Alumni who 
iruiy be moving from one area to another In addition to 
your local contact, the S.U. Alumni Office stands ready 
lo assist in any way we can. 



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Minutes of the 1988 
Alumni Association 
Meeting 

April 30. 1988 

The annual Alumni Weekend meeting of the 
Susquehanna University Alumni Association was held 
at the Alumni Luncheon on Saturday, April 30, 1988 
in the Degenstein Campus Center. There were 486 in 
attendance. The meeting was called to order by 
Alumni Association President John Foos '71. The 
invocation was asked by University Chaplain 
Christopher Thoinforde. 

Following the luncheon. Director of Alumni 
Relations Jim Campbell '63 recognized Emeriti 
Alumni, all those present who were graduated more 
than 50 years ago. Reunion classes recognized were: 
1938, 1943, 1948, 1953, 1958, 1963. 1968, 1973, and 
1978, 

The Class of 1988 was welcomed into the Alumni 
Association by President Foos. Class president Kim 
Gorman announced the class gift — a grant to the 
Blough-Weis Library for the purchase of a CD. -ROM 
Academic Index of 375 scholarly/academic journals. 
President Cunningham responded with appropriate 
remarks. 

The business session opened with the approval of 
the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer's 



report, both of which were reproduced and distributed 
in registration packets prior to the luncheon. 

The Nominations Committee report was presented 
by Chairman Richard Renn '73. Nominees for officers 
of the Alumni Association for a one-year term are: 
President. Louis E. Santangelo, Jr. '50; Vice 
President, William A. Lewis, Jr. '68; Vice President, 
Terry L. March '67; Secretary, Donald S. King '66; 
and Treasurer, Chester G. Rowe '52. For members-at- 
large on the Alumni Association Executive Committee, 
term expiring 1991: Todd G. Bums '81, David M. 
Dumeyer '69, Teri L. Guerrisi '80, Marsha A. 
Lehman '74, Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72. Christopher 
D. Rooke '82, and Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41. For 
Alumni Representative to the University Board of 
Directors for a three year term: Leah Cryder Oberheim 
'47, The entire slate was declared elected. 

Awards Committee Chairman Charles H. "Buss" 
Carr '52 made the presentation of the Alumni Awards 
medals for 1988: Senior Man Most Typifying the 
Ideals of Susquehanna University, Robert P. Doll; 
Senior Woman Most Typifying the Ideals of 
Susquehanna University, Julia Y. Lu; Achievement 
Award. Albert P. Molinaro, Jr. '50; Service Award, 
Robert L. Hackenberg '56. 

The luncheon was adjourned with the singing of the 
Alma Mater led by Pam West '88 and accompanied by 
Christine Clewell '88. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Donald S. King '66 



Fall Alumni Events 

September 10 

Tailgate prior to SU-Muhlenberg football game, 

Allentown. Pa. 
September 24 

Homecoming and Volunteer Workshop, Selinsgrove, Pa. 
October I 

Tailgate prior to SU-Dickinson football game, Carlisle. 

Pa, 
October 7 

Williamsport District Alumni Club dinner, Herdic House. 

Williamsport. Pa. 
October 8 

Tailgate poor to and reception after SU-Delaware Valley 

football game, Doylestown, Pa. 
October 22 

Parents' Day, Selinsgrove, Pa. 
For more information, contact the Office of Alumni 
Relations (717) 372-41 16. 




1988 Alumni Achievement award winner AIhe 
and President Joel Cunningliam. 



Alumni jam former track Coach Ron Thomas ic 



li^hojcr a special reunion. 



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Susquehanna University 
Alumni Association 

President, Louis E. Santangelo, Jr. '50; vice 
presidents, William A. Lewis. Jr. '68 and Terry L. 
March '67; secretary, Donald S. King '66; and 
treasurer, Chester G. Rowe '52; Leslie R. Butler '62, 
Albert P. Molinaro Jr. '50, Lawrence E. Mundis '66, 
Carl A. Campbell '65 and Leah Cryder Oberheim '47. 

Executive Board members-at-large, term expiring 
1989: Henry R. Albright '54, Cheryl Rahlfs Atkinson 
'77. William D Atkinson '74, Donna Ake Burkholder 
'67, William E. Cochran '83. Carol B. Kehler '74. 
David R. Odenalh '79. Term expiring 1990: Margaret 
Anne Finley '85. Robert L. Fiscus '59, Robert A 
Gabrenya '40, Joe W. Klembauer '63, Richard W 
Renn '73, Nevin C.T. Shaffer '49. Dorothy E. Wesner 
'81. Term expiring 1991: Todd G. Bums '81. David 
M. Dumeyer '69. Teri L. Guerrisi '80. Marsha A. 
Lehman '74. Doreen Bolton Rehrig '72, Christopher 
D, Rooke '82, and Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41. 

Prime-Time Alums 

Two Susquehanna University alumni recently were 
interviewed by CBS Evening News on issues related to 
their professions. Cathleen Mackey '65, vice 
president of the Smith Barney research division in 
New York, was interviewed on the economics of the 
resurgence of miniskirts. Mackey is a financial analyst 
who specializes in retail and apparel. Les Butler '62, 
executive vice president of First Pennsylvania Bank, 
also recently was interviewed by CBS. He described 
innovative programs that his bank is offering to help 
blighted areas of Philadelphia. 



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Commentary 



We're Always Happy to See You 



LIKE MANY OF YOU. the Alumni Office is 
taking its show on the road this summer. It's 
great seeing some of you who haven't been able 
to attend scheduled alumni events in your area. 

If you are near Selinsgrove in your travels, 
please stop by the campus. It's beautiful here in 
summer. 

SPEAKING OF TRAVEL, a trip to the College 
Football Hall of Fame at King's Island near 
Cincinnati is sure to recapture fond memories of 
Susquehanna. 

As you enter the attractive building that hou.ses 
the immortals of college football, you'll see 
memorials to those who have been chosen for the 
foundation's highest award — The National 
Football Foundation Gold Medal. 

Among the awardees are the late Amos Alonzo 
Stagg Sr., 1949 honorary degree recipient, and 
Roger M. Blough, class of 1925 and 1953 
Susquehanna honorary degree recipient. Gerry 
Huesken '77 is also noted as a winner of the 
Foundation's scholar/athlete award as a college 
senior. 

I think you'll agree that the film "College 
Football — A Coache's Game" is the highlight 
of the trip. All the great coaches, from Rockne to 
Warner, are featured. The images then shift to a 
man on the front steps of a stately building. It is 
Amos Alonzo Stagg Sr. walking out of Seibert 
Hall. Talk about pride and nostalgia. 

Other scenes in the footage showed Stagg and 
his son with players from Susquehanna's 



undefeated team of 1951, such as Ken Lenker, 
Ed Palkovich, Bill Prichard, and Gail 
Moulton. 




TO ALL THOSE from the Stagg Era at 
Susquehanna, plan to return to campus. A special 
salute is planned for this legendary father and son 
coaching team. We'll be in touch as details are 



A TIP O' THE HAT goes to Fred H. Lukens 

'41 for providing some of the memory-provoking 
photos in this issue. 

If you have some photos from your era at 
Susquehanna, we would be happy to share them 
or preserve them in the archives. 

* * * 

THE ALUMNI OFFICE is reactivating the 
Alumni Travel Program. A Caribbean cruise is 
planned for February 1989. Watch for details! 

* * * 

WHEN FAMILY MEMBERS of the late 
Marlyn Fetterolf were listed in a recent 
Alumnus, we inadvertently overlooked grandson 
Donald H. Fetterolf '70 and his wife Karen Lee 
Kaneen '71. They reside in Alexandria, Va., 
where Don is in the construction business. 

Please know how much we appreciate it when 
you keep us informed of significant events in 
your lives. 



The photo of Coach Stagg is provided by Arlan K. Gilbert 'SS. The 
son of the tale Dr. Russell W- and Viola Gilbert, he took this photo 
at a Crusader practice in the Iatel940s 



<0^m 



Jim Campbell '63 




SUSQUEHANNA 



ALUMNUS 



VOLUME 56 
NUMBER 4 
FALL 1988 

\^_^ hose who make up the Susquehanna family have 

shown that they understand the importance of the 

university and of personal involvement. That they 

understand what we are about is of significance to our 

community, our nation, and our world." 

— President Joel Cunningham 



The 1987-88 giving year will long 
be remembered at Susquehanna as 
giving to the University surpassed 
goals at record-breaking levels. 
Total giving to the University 
reached $4,699,659, representing a 
45 percent increase from 1986-87 
and a 300 percent increase from 
five years earlier. 

Supporters met the March 1988 
announcement of the largest capital 
campaign in university history 
enthusiastically. To date, more 
than $13 million has been 
committed toward the Window of 
Opportunity campaign's $22 
million goal. 

Support also broke the goal set 
for the Susquehanna University 
Fund, the annual fund that helps 
the University provide student 
financial aid. attract distinguished 
professors and scholars, and offer 
strong programs and facilities. 

Contributions to the SUF 
increased 12 percent in 1987-88. 
totaling $924,901. exceeding the 
S^OO.OOO goal. Contributions to 
the SUF in 1986-87 totaled 
$827,845. Thirty-nine percent of 
Susquehanna's alumni contributed 
to the SUF. increasing three 
percentage points from 1986-87 
and exceeding the national average 
of 22.6 percent. 

Other achievements for 1987-88 
include: 



► The National Committee on 
Annual Giving, led by Carl 
Campbell '65. personally contacted 
250 alumni on behalf of the SUF 
resulting in gifts totaling $133,722. 

> The Parents Executive 
Committee, led by Jack "57 and 
Joan Bishop, raised $53,183 from 
401 families. This year, $40,159 
of the Parents Fund monies will be 
used in support of the Blough-Weis 
Library. The Parents Executive 
Committee also sponsored the fall 
Parents Weekend '87, published 
and distributed a Parents' 
Handbook, and hosted receptions 
to welcome freshman parents. 

> More than 400 Campus 
Phonathon student volunteers, led 
by Bill Mikus '89. raised $105,352 
for the SUF. exceeding their goal 
of $100,000. Student volunteers 
contacted 5.637 alumni and 
secured 2,800 pledges in 18 nights 
of calling. 

► The Class of 1938 Reunion Gift 
Committee, led by Herbert C. 
Lauver '38. set out to raise 
$25,000 in recognition of the 
golden anniversary of their 
graduation from Susquehanna. 
Committee members personally 
contacted each class member and 
raised $34,270. Of this total. 
$33,485 will establish the Class of 

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Division of University Relations 

Selinsgrove Hall 

Susquehanna University 

(717) 372-4102 

President 

Joel Cunningham 

Vice President 

Sara G. Kirkland 

Director of Development 

Joan B. Price 

Director of Annual Giving 

Linda L. Skinner '85 

Director of Planned Giving 

Marilyn L. Sierer '87 

Capital Campaign Director 

Richard T. Jolly 

Research Associate 

Sandra J. Wolf 

Administrative Assistant 

Bonnie Eiker Lightcap '70 

Director of Alumni Relations 

James J. Campbell '63 

Director of Public Relations/Publications 

Jane M. Daly 

Assistant Director of Public Relations 

Mike Ferlazzo 

Publications Manager 

Jean M Smith 



Slisiiiiehmum Alumnus (USPS 529-060) is published quanerly 
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Susquelianna University Nondiscrimination Policy 

ll IS the policy of Susquehanna Universilv not lo discriminate on the 
basis of race, color, rehgion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, or 
handicap in its educational programs, admissions practices, scholar- 
ship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered 
activities, or employment practices. This policy is in compliance with 
the requirements of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX 
of the Education Amendments of 1972. Section 504 of the Rehabilita- 
tion Act of 1973. regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, and all 
other applicable Federal. State and local statutes, ordinances, and 
regulations. 



Message from the President 



Dear Friends of Susquehanna: 

It is my honor and privilege to present the 
1987-88 Report of Donors and to thank you for 
the remarkable loyalty and generosity you have 
shown this past year. 

Your support is making it possible for 
Susquehanna to provide a rich educational 
experience that will prepare young men and 
women for lives of achievement, leadership and 
service. Thanks to you. every development 
program set new records of success, in both total 
dollars raised as well as numbers of renewing and 
new donors. This tremendous response makes it 
clear that those who love the University are 
deeply committed to making Susquehanna strong 
and successful for generations to come. 

Your support translates directly into enhanced 
quality for our people, programs, and facilities. 
You make it possible for Susquehanna to attract 
increasingly able students and faculty, and to 
provide an environment that stimulates and 
supports their best efforts. 

We hope you will take pride in the many 
accomplishments of this past year, because you 
have made them possible. Thank you for your 
support. We are deeply grateful. 

Sincerely yours. 




Ke^tu^^,^ 






Joel Cunningham 
President 



K^his tremendous response 
makes it clear that those who love 

the University are deeply 

committed to making Susquehanna 

strong and successful for 

generations to come. 



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Introduction 



The Donor Report honors those who contributed to Susquehanna 
University during the 1987-88 fiscal year, which began July I. 1987 
and concluded June 30, 1988. As in previous years, all figures reflect 
actual cash received. 

While the University strives to be complete and accurate, we 



apologize for any errors and encourage you to forward any questions 
or corrections to the Development Office. 

Susquehanna University sincerely appreciates the generosity shown 
by our alumni, parents and friends during 1987-88. 



Total Giving to Susquelianna 



Ills II) June 30 cuih year) 



Susquelianna University Endowment 



(as ojJune JO each \ 






1984-85 1985-86 1966-87 1987- 



1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 



FROM PAGE I 

1438 Faculty Research and Development Fund. 

► The Class of 1963 captured a part of 
Susquehanna history as the first 25th reunion 
class to make a special gift in honor of their 
reunion. The reunion gift committee, led by 
Joseph R. Joyce '63. set a goal of $25,000. In 
less than five months, committee members 
contacted 152 class members and raised a total of 
$34,454. Of this total. $25,905 will be u.sed to 
establish the Class of 1963 Scholarship Fund in 
honor of President Emeritus Gustave Weber. 

► The Class of 1988 Senior Pledge Program 
volunteers, led bv Mark Thorsheim '88. took the 



Senior Class by storm. Program volunteers 
challenged their classmates to join the "88 Club" 
by making three-year pledges to the SUF totaling 
$88. The senior class topped their $12,000 goal 
and broke a Susquehanna record for this program 
by raising $14,496, with 53 percent of the class 
participating. 

> Business and Industry Campaign volunteers, 
led by Truman H. Purdy of Sunbury. exceeded 
their $100,000 goal by collecting $121,832 from 
150 Susquehanna Valley businesses and 
industries, including $25,000 in challenge gifts to 
the SUF. 



> The University held its first Donor 
Recognition Dinner to thank Susquehanna 
supporters for their generosity. 

This banner year of giving extends an era of 
exceptional growth at Susquehanna. Total giving 
in 1981-82 totalled $1.1 18.000 compared to 
$4,699,659 in 1987-88. 

Susquehanna is indebted to the many 
volunteers and their leaders who encourage others 
to invest in the university's future. 

See Page 27 for a complete listing of 
volunteers. 



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Window of Opportunity 
Campaign 



Dear Friends of Susquehanna: 

These are exciting days for Susquehanna, days 
of accomplishment, achievement and progress on 
many fronts. 

I am especially proud to report that the 
Window of Opportunity Campaign continues to 
be among the many successful projects underway 
at Susquehanna. Response has been remarkable, 
with over $13 million already pledged toward the 
campaign goal of $22 million. A separate Honor 
Roll which lists those who have made gifts or 
pledges to the campaign is published regularly in 
the Campaign Reporter. It is my privilege within 
these pages to thank those who made campaign 
gifts in the past fi.scal year. Their names are 
included among the thousands who supported 
Susquehanna in 1987-88. 

Generosity like this is a testimony to the 
important role that Susquehanna has played in the 
lives of many, many people. Ultimately, it is also 
a testimony to what can be accomplished with a 
significant amount of hard work, a clear sense of 
purpose, and a cause which deserves strong 
support. 



For this tremendous response, we are most 
grateful. And because of this response, we are all 
the more determined to press on toward our 
ultimate goal. 

To those who have already given to the 
Window of Opportunity Campaign. I extend my 
sincere admiration and appreciation. And to those 
who have yet to be mvited to participate — but 
who will be approached within the next 18 
months — I invite your support. I do this .secure 
in the knowledge that Susquehanna is worthy of 
your commitment and confident that, together, 
we will accomplish great things on behalf of this 
institution which has meant so much to each of 



Sincerely, 



Robert F. Weis 

Chairman 

Campaign Steering Committee 

Window of Opportuniry 





WINDOW 

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OPPORTUNITY 



IHI-: CAMPAIGN FOR 



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CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES 



I. Endowment Needs 

In the range of $9,000,000 

1 . Scholarships 

2. Faculty Development and Support (Chairs, Research, Program Development, 

3. Library 

4. Instructional Equipment (Upgrade and Replace) 

5. Buildings and Grounds (Ongoing Support for Upkeep and Renovation) 

6. Unrestricted (Support for the Current Budget) 

7. Special Programs (Honors Program, Cultural Events, Speakers, Etc.) 
II. Physical Plant Needs 

In the range of $8,500,000 

1 . Residence Hall Renovations 

2. Instuctional Facility Renovation (Bogar, Heilman, Steele) 

3. Library Renovation 

4. Renovation and Expansion of Fisher Science Building 

5. New Fine Arts Facility (Studios, Gallery, and Theatre) 

6. Selinsgrove Hall Restoration 
III. Annual Giving 

In the range of $4,500,000 

Endorsed by the Susqiielumna University Board of Directors 



Etc.) 



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Many Share in the Successful 
SUF Effort 



Dear SUF Supporters: 

August 6, 1987 started out to be just another 
day. 1 followed my regular routine — up early 
and into the office before 7:30. Although I 
usually use the early morning hour to get a jump 
on my day, this particular Thursday morning I 
had a meeting with a former National Chair of 
the SUF and a member of the Susquehanna staff. 
When they made the appointment, they told me 
that they'd like me to consider chairing the 
1987-88 SUF campaign. 

Since I had already committed myself to a few 
other projects, I was afraid that I wouldn't be 
able to give the SUF the attention it deserved. 
But, as I sat and listened to them talk about 
Susquehanna, I started to reconsider. They 
remmded me of the tremendous progress that the 
University is making in so many areas — 
admissions are up, the campus has never looked 
better, our faculty is growing, and our financial 
condition has never been stronger. They told me 
that literally thousands of people would be 
willing to help me meet the impressive $900,000 
goal — they said it would be challenging and a 
lot of fun. After listening to all of this. I was so 
filled with pride and enthusiasm for Susquehanna, 
that the next thing I knew 1 saying "Yes! I'll 
chair the 1987-88 SUF." 

That was one of the very best decisions I made 
last year. And now. it is my honor and privilege 
to thank each and every one of you who helped 
to make 1987-88 the best year ever for the 
Susquehanna University Fund. Thanks to you, I 
am able to report that as of June 30, 1988, the 
SUF exceeded its 1987-88 goal of $900,000 by 
reaching an all-time record total of $924,901 . 
This represents a 12 percent increase over 




1986-87 results. But as far as I am concerned, 
the most impressive statistic is the record- 
breaking 39 percent alumni participation 
percentage, representing an increase of more than 
200 new alumni donors. 

This success is the result of the work and 
enthusiasm of a dedicated group of Susquehanna 
University Fund volunteers. More than 400 
alumni, parents, students and local 
businesspersons volunteered throughout the year 
to help make our record-breaking results possible. 

My sincere thanks and appreciation is extended 
to the Vice-Chairs and members of the National 
Committee of Annual Giving who contacted 



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many of you for a leadership commitment to the 
SUF; members of the Parents Executive 
Committee, who under the leadership of Jack '57 
and Joan Bishop increased parent giving to a 
record high of $53,183; our student phonathon 
volunteers and their chairman. Bill Mikus '89, 
whose efforts netted $105,352; Susquehanna's 
dedicated and loyal Class Agents; Business and 
Industry campaign chairman Truman Purdy. his 
steering committee, and volunteer team who 
successfully met two challenge gifts totaling 
$25,000 to raise $121,832; and members of the 
Class of 1988. led by Mark Thorsheim '88, 
whose three-year commitments to the SUF total 
$14,496. 

I would also like to congratulate and recognize 
the reunion gift efforts of the Class of 1938 and 
the Class of 1963. Led by chairman Herb Lauver 
■38. the Class of 1938 raised $34,270 in honor of 
their 50th reunion, and mounting the first ever 
25th reunion campaign, chairman Joe Joyce '63 
and his committee raised $34,939. 

And, to each of you whose name appears in 
the list that follows — "Thank you" for 
responding so generously when one of the.se 
volunteers called on you. 

My early morning visitors were right . . . this 
was fun, thousands of you did help, and because 
of that, the challenge of raising $900,000 was 
made easier. Thank you again for all that you've 
done to make 1987-88 a record breaker for the 
SUF. I hope we can count on your continued 
support next year. 

Sincerely, 



Carl L. Campbell '65 
Chairman. National Committee 
on Annual Giving 



ore than 400 alumni, 

parents, students and local 

businesspersons volunteered 

throughout the year to help 

make our record-breaking 

results possible. 



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Vi^^ here is no greater testimony to an institution's strength than the 
support it receives from private sources. Susquehanna continues to benefit 
from the generosity of a great many people wtw care deeply about the 
University. During 1987-88, more than 5.000 alumni, parents, friends, 
faculty and corporations made contributions of nearly $4.7 million. 

Susquehanna is especially grateful to the members of our leadership 
giving societies whose .support is the foundation of our success. 

With deep appreciation, Susquehanna is honored to recognize the 
individuals and organizations listed below for their loyalty and dedication 
to the University'. 



BENJAMIN 

KURTZ 
CIRCLE 

President's 
Associates 

It is with great 

pleasure that 

Susquehanna 

recognizes the 

members of the 

President's Associates 

— those very special 

benefactors who 

contribute $5,000 or 

more annually. In 

1987-88. 63 

President's Associates 

contributed 

$3,945,975 to 

Susquehanna. 



Aid Association For Lutherans 
Apple Foundation 
Lucille and Douglas E Arttiur 49 
The Estate of J Edgar Bishop 25 
Helen Decker Blough he 88 
Robert and Hazel Brobst 51 Brown 
Consortium tor the Advancement ot 

Private Higher Education 
John and Jane Carpenter 
Richard E 65 and Sally Feitig 68 

Caruso 
Joel and Trudy Cunningham 
Charles B Degenstein hc'82 
Evangelical Lutheran Church in 

America 
Federated Department Stores. Inc 
Fund for the Improvement of Post- 
Secondary Education 
First National Trust Bank 
W Donald 51 and Manlyn Kretz 52 
Fisher 



Forest Home Systems, Inc 
Foundation for Independent 

Colleges 
Francis R, Gelnett '37 
Gettig Technologies. Inc. 
Mrs Russell W Gilbert 
Robert and June Grubb 
The Estate of Victor M Gubin 
G Scott and Bessie K Guyer 

Foundation 
Hanover Brands. Inc 
Robert and Jane Harding 
George E. '64 and Margaret Lauver 

66 Harris 
Harry F Duncan Foundation. Inc 
James M Herrold '28 
Orlando W. Houls 
Lawrence M. 43 and Louise Kresge 

45 Isaacs 
Gloria Bottiger Karchner '85 
William and Lynne Karniol 
Esther Yingling Kern '38 
The Estates ot Samuel P and 

Audrey B Kramer 
Raymond C 50 and Kay LaRue '52 

Lauver 
Lower Susquehanna Synod. 

Evangelical Lutheran Church in 

America 
Lutheran Brotherhood 
John and Joan Miller 
Albert P '50 and Louise Siemers 

50 Molinaro 
Carl M 63 and Kathryn W Moyer 
National Institute of Child 

Development 
Peter M 57 and Ruth Scott '55 

Nunn 
Harold and Nancy O'Connor 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
Richard C Rantzow 
John and Verna Reidler Foundation 
Research Corporation 
Samuel D 54 and Dorothy Apgar 

53 Ross 
Mrs Raymond E Roush 
Marvin and Raven Rudnitsky 
Erick O- Schonstedt 
E Raymond Shaheen 37 
Erie I Shobert II 35 
Snyder County Trust Co 
Sunbury Textile Mills. Inc. 
Surdna Foundation. Inc 
The Estate of John W, Thompson 09 
Allen C Tressler '29 
Universal Suppliers. Inc. 
John H Wall 30 
Robert and Patricia Weis 
Women's Auxiliary of Susquehanna 

University 
Wood Metal Industries. Inc. 



Kurtz 

Circle 

Members 

The Benjamin Kurtz 

Circle recognizes 

those persons who 

contribute between 

$1,000 and $4,999 to 

Susquehanna 

annually. In 1987-88, 

151 Circle Members 

gave $242,166 to the 

University. 



Aetna Life and Casualty Foundation 
Allegheny Synod. Evangelical 
Lutheran Church in America 
American Home Foods. Inc. 
AMP Incorporated 
Dorothy M Anderson '62 
Dorothy Margerum App '23 
ARA Services. Inc. 
J Robert Arthur '67 
Lynn Hassinger Askew 57 
AT&T Foundation 
Donald and Freni Aungst 
William P '39 and Hester Bittinger 

40 Ayers 
Gary E Baylor '69 
Beavertown Block Company. Inc. 
Bell Atlantic 
Bell of Pennsylvania 
Ben Franklin Technology Center 
Jay S Berman '63 
Frederick and Eleanor Bisbee 
Anna Bohorad Trust 
Boscov s Department Store. Inc. 
Arthur F Bowen 65 
Willard J Bowen 69 
Robert A Boyer 38 
Vincent E Boyer '52 
James and Elaine Brogan 
Leslie R Butler 62 
Butter Krust Baking Co 
W Robert Camerer. Jr. 47 
Carl L. Campbell '65 
James J Campbell 63 
Robert G. Carr 75 
Central Pennsylvania Savings 

Association 
Chevron USA . Inc. 
James R, '46 and Mary Rudy 44 

Clark 
Robert R Clark 35 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 



Coopers and Lybrand Foundation 

Margaret L, Corson 37 

The Daily Item 

William C. 53 and Margaret 

Henderson '54 Davenport 
Martha Laudenslager Davis '31 
Aloysius V. 48 and Phyllis Swartz 

49 Derr 
H. Henry and Dolly Diers 
The Dun and Bradstreet Corporate 

Foundation 
Marlin M, Enders '25 
Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Waynesboro. PA 
Exxon Education Foundation 
Donald and Geraldine Eager 
Burden S Faust '58 
Faylor Foundation 
Paul G Filipek 65 
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company 
Elizabeth M. Fisher 28 
Lawrence C Fisher '31 
John G- Foos '71 
Donald Fosselman '49 
Walter and Natalie Freed 
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Frings 
Donald A Gaver '37 
General Electric Foundation 
Gynith C Gitfin 
James A, Grossman 36 
Wallace and Andree Growney 
Paul M Haines '31 
George L Haller hc'63 
Eleanor L. Heishman 64 
David and Kathleen Herbster 
Henry H, '68 and Wendy Evans 69 

Herrington 
John W Hoffman '40 
John C Horn he 65 
D Edgar 34 and Aberdeen Phillips 

'34 Hutchison 
IBM Matching Grants Program 
Jewish Chautauqua Society 
Johnson & Johnson 
Keller Marine Service. Inc. 
Dennis D Kieffer 74 
Robert J Kimbel. Jr. '74 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel '28 
John and Sara Kirkland 
Joe W '63 and Judy Kleinbauer 
Karl E, 38 and Margaret Dunkle '41 

Kniseley 
Florence Rothermel Latsha '40 
Marsha A. Lehman '74 
Christian R. and Mary F, Lindback 

Foundation 
Nicholas A. Lopardo '68 
Terry L March '67 
Martha Larson Martin '26 
Martin Marietta Corporation 
Mar|orie Wolfe McCune 43 
Robert and Genevieve McNiff 
Middleswarth Kitchen Fresh Chips 
Rebecca Shade Mignot '54 
Mobil Foundation. Inc 
Mohawk Flush Doors 
William S Morrow 34 
Dawn Gngg Mueller 68 
Nationwide Foundation 



Northern Central Bank 
Leah Cryder Oberheim '47 
Peat. Manivick Foundation 
Susan Sarbacher Pence '68 
Penn Lyon Homes. Inc. 
Pennsylvania Power and Light 

Company 
Edward F, Pfeifler '50 
John W. Pfrommer '65 
Presser Foundation 
Joan B- Price 

Price Waterhouse Foundation 
Truman and Kay Purdy 
Purdy Insurance Agency. Inc. 
Ralph E, Purpur 66 
Saul and Florence Putterman 
Mrs Charles A, Rahter 
Rea and Derick. Inc. 
Carl and Alice Rice 
Christopher D. Rooke 82 
James O Rumbaugh '50 
Louis F Santangelo. Jr 50 
Robert E Schellberg hc'70 
C. Glenn '46 and Helen Hooker '44 

Schueler 
Sears Roebuck Foundation 
Nevin C, T. '49 and Jane Wormley 

'41 Shaffer 
Ruth Naylor Shaffer '41 
Stephen R. Shilling '80 
Silvertip. Inc. 
Edward M 39 and June Jerore '43 

Sivick 
LB- Smith Educational Foundation 
George C. Spiggle 40 
Mary E. Spiggle '34 
St. Paul Lutheran Church. Sarasota. 

FL 
Stackpole Corporation 
J Donald Steele '33 
Cyril and Lee Stretansky 
Susquehanna Valley Mall 
Ralph C Swan 
Swineford National Bank 
James and Donna Tamaroff 
Tedd's Landing. Inc. 
Mary Barnes Topper '37 
Frank J Trembulak '70 
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Fort Washington. PA 
Merle F 55 and Nancy Ulsh 
Upper Susquehanna Synod, 

Evangelical Lutheran Church in 

Amenca 
Valley Farms Dairy 
Richard Varano 
Paul Walser '65 
Gustave W Weber hc'77 
Weis Markets. Inc. 
Margaret L Wendt Foundation 
Pamela L, White 
Donald E 50 and Flora Barnhart 

51 Wissinger 
Aileen Witmer 
Eleanor Sheriff Wolf '32 
Kent L. Worthington '38 
York Container Foundation 
The Estate of Cyril Zechman '21 
Suzanne Springer Zeok '66 




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Members of the 
1858 Society 



The 1858 Society 

recognizes those who 

contribute $500 to 

$999 annually. In 

1987-88, 134 

members gave 

$74,988 to 
Susquehanna. 



Acorn Motel 

Architecture By Seiple 

Ashland Oil Foundation, Inc. 

Louise Mehnng Bankert '35 

Stuart E Barstad hc'86 

Robert M Bastress '39 

Carl and Pat Bellas 

l^r and Mrs, Albert Berman 

Bilger Fuels 

BKW Coach Line 

Margaret Widlund Blough 24 

Paul and Lucille Bossart 

Margaret Boyle Brown 38 

Fred O Brubaker 42 

C & P Telephone Co of Maryland 

Campbell Soup Company 

F Thomas 63 and Dons Hoffman 

64 Casey 
Mabel F Chilcott '33 
Samuel D Clapper '68 
Paul D Coleman 40 
Mr and Mrs Joseph H. Cramer 
John D Crusius '72 
Michael Currid 
Signe Alford Davis '31 
Degenstein Foundation 
Richard E Dernck 61 
Dwight E Dickensheets 67 
Dogwood Hill Nursery, Inc. 
James and Nancy Dooley 
Ronald and Christine Dotterer 
Fred Dunkelberger '63 
George W and Mary Louise Eiker 
Jason and Patricia Elsas 
Conslanline C Exarchos 68 
Dale F Eysler 
F E Worthington. Inc. 
First Pennsylvania Bank 
Kenneth and Irene Fladmark 
Furman Foods, Inc 
Robert A Gabrenya '40 
Gregory E 70 and Jacqueline 

O Shea 71 Galano 
GEICO Insurance Group 
Ralph W and Johanna B Giasi 
Governor Snyder Mansion Gifts 
Reed A. 38 and Grace Drew '36 

Greninger 
James and Eunice Heistand 
Paul J Helleren 80 
Warren C Herrold 41 
Hershey Foods Corporation Fund 
Carl H Hilchner 62 
Henry and Jane Hood 
John 52 and Audrey Wegner '53 

Horoschak 
Donald and Grace Housley 
Robert and Evelyn Huggard 
Mr and Mrs Robert A, Hughes 
Patricia R Hunsicker 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 

Co. 
The J.P M. Company 
Mary Emma Yoder Jones '41 



Henry J Keil 39 

James E '73 and Kathleen Coon 

73 Kellerman 
Frederick W Kelly, Jr '66 
Mr and Mrs. David M. Kelly 
William J. Kennedy. Jr. '85 
George A, '64 and Carol Cox 55 

Kirchner 
Albert C Knapp '42 
Ronald A Kramer '71 
William D 67 and Carol Sutcliffe 

'68 Kramer 
Kreamer Feed Stores 
Charies E Kroeck '31 
Michael H Kuziak '87 
Frederick and Donna Lackland 
Kathie J Lang 71 
Charles and Janet Laubach 
W Frank '39 and Isabel 

Tewkesbury '39 Laudenslayer 
Herbert C Lauver '38 
Esther Kaufman Lucas '38 
Milton H. Maslin, Jr '65 
Henry R. 38 and Dorothy Mitterling 
Pauline Crow Mount 34 
Edward and Jeanne Neff 
OtI Packagings, Inc. 
John Pagana. M.D. 
Harry W Papenfus '19 
Mr and Mrs Ashok Patel 
Pennsylvania Humanities Council 
Pennsylvania Gas and Water 

Company 
Joseph P. '63 and Manlyn Vekassy 

'63 Pertilio 
Phase One Graphic Resources 
Philadelphia National Bank 
Philips Industries 
Vernon R Phillips 38 
Robert and Virginia Pierson 
Bonnie Bucks Reece 65 
Reliance Group Holdings, Inc 
Ritz-Crafi Corporation of PA, Inc 
Mrs William O Roberts 
Philmer H Rohrbaugh 74 
Rorer Group. Inc 
Harriett Leese Rosenquist 32 
Richard E Rowe '63 
Scott Paper Company Foundation 
Leo M. Sekulski '82 
Margaret Roush Shekletski '37 
Jill Fuller Snyder 58 
Reed 32 and Mildred Arbegast '30 

Speer 
Norrine Bailey Spencer '68 
Squibb Corporation 
Sefton and Ann Stallard 
J Donald Steele, Jr '73 
Shirley Finkbeiner Slehlin 39 
Eugene B Steininger '48 
James D '60 and Biruta Aigars 63 

SIrausser 
Stroehmann Brothers Company 
James W, 64 and Barbara Evans 

'65 Summers 
Robert W Surplus 45 
James and Jane Taylor 
Sara Ulrich Tollinger '34 
Unisys Corporation 
United States Borax & Chemical 
Corporation 

Kenneth J '71 and Roxane Havice 
'71 Vermillion 

Walnut Acres, Inc 

Helen Salem Wescoat 19 

Richard and Florence Wesner 

Douglas J Wilkins '85 

Robert E Winter 48 

Robert F Wohlsen 48 

Woolnch, Inc 

Gerold M. Wunderlich 73 

John 60 and Ann Hewes 61 
Yanuklis 

Suzanne Yenchko 68 

Cart C Yingling 72 

Zartman Construction 

Joseph A Zollo 

Walter and Roberta Zweifler 



Members of 

the Maroon 

Club 



The Maroon Club 

recognizes those who 

contribute $250 to 

$499 annually. In 

1987-88, 294 

members gave 

$85,967 to 
Susquehanna. 



Air Products and Chemicals 
Bette Davis Alleman '62 
Allen A. Shaffer, Jr and Son 

Insurance Agency 
Odekhiren and Pai Hwa Amaize 
Amax Foundation, Inc. 
Susan Goyne Amedow '44 
American Express Foundation 
Amoco Foundation, Inc. 
Kenneth R Anderson '35 
James F App 65 
Armstrong World Industnes. Inc 
Charles S Bailes 56 
Barnes Group Foundation, Inc 
Elizabeth J Barnhart 40 
Eric A. Bartholomew 81 
Elmer R Baumgardner '52 
Barry B. '60 and Nancy Phillips 60 

Bealor 
Richard A. Bechtel '72 
Ruth G Beck 29 
Leslie J Beers 76 
Franklyn M Bergonzi '67 
Larry 1^ Bingaman '55 
Jack K Bishop 57 
B J s, A Place For Ribs 
James C, '63 and Carol Gresh '63 

Black 
Black and Decker, Inc. 
James A '63 and Martha Barker 70 

Blessing 
H Vernon Blough '31 
Bob Newman, Inc. 
Paul Boeder hc'76 
Marsh C Bogar 51 
Robert M Bolig 50 
Ferdinand Bongartz 47 
George and Carol Boone 
Borden Foundation, Inc 
Lee E '26 and Laura Henninger '25 

Boyer 
Grace C Boyle '33 
Florence Reitz Brenneman '41 
Robert M Brenneman 73 
Chnstine M Bringman '82 
Wilhelm B Bronander, Jr. 
John D Bronneck '69 
James C Brown '69 
Paul B '50 and Virginia Blough '50 

Buehler 
Buffalo Valley Telephone Co, 
Claude A Buss 24 
Harry W 48 and Virginia Doss '48 

Butts 
Carpenter Technology Corporation 

Foundation 
Central Builders Supply 
Dorothy Rolhermel Chaffee 28 
Nicholas F Chirico 76 
Fred J Chrvala 58 
Jack E Cisney 59 
Citibank 

Edwin M Clapper '34 (deceased) 
Donald E. Coleman 60 



Colonial Furniture Co 

Continental Corporation Foundation 

Mr and Mrs John R. Cook 

Corning Glass Works Foundation 

John Dagle Jewelry 

Jane Daly 

David E Danielson 77 

Alice Younghaus Davenport 51 

Sue C Davis 66 

Alex and Susan Del Bueno 

Henry J '70 and Barbara Hitchens 

69 DePerro 
Phyllis L Ditzler 
Marion D Drumheller '57 
Mrs Denver Dyer 
Eaton Corporation 
Arthur D Ebersberger 68 
Mr and Mrs Joseph Elsman 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 
G James Fawcett 
Bruce C 77 and Kathenne Allen 77 

Fehn 
Hans and Barbara Feldmann 
Herman R Fenstermacher '32 
Robert L. 59 and Linda Traub 61 

Fiscus 
Wayne H. Fisher 66 
Frank and Joan Fletcher 
Brendan J Flynn 
H Ruth Folkmann 28 
H Scott Fntts '78 
James R '63 and Darlene 

Strockbine '63 Gallagher 
Alexander T Galloway. Ill 
James C '50 and Martha Martin '51 

Gehris 
William H Gehron '40 
General Signal 
William A Gerkens 
Boyd and Jane Gibson 
Jeffrey S Gicking '79 
Mary Lizzio Govekar '47 
Andrew S 79 and Elizabeth 

Kennedy 79 Graybill 
Martin L Grossman 25 
Charles H '50 and Lois Seybrecht 

51 Grund 
Linda Rolston Gutowski '70 
Robert L Hackenberg '56 
Jimmy H Hall '68 
Robert B Hancock 64 
Mary Jane Jessen Hansen '49 
Marjorie Curtis Hanson '39 
Donald and Connie Harnum 
Chnstian B Harris 70 
Mr and Mrs Lawrence T. Harrison 
Wellington Duke " Hartman '30 
Arlene Laudenslager Hatton '31 
John and Lucille Haubner 
Zelda F Haus 27 
Dr. and Mrs Cauley W. Hayes 
Patricia F Heathcote '52 
Linda Mack Heaton '63 
Robert A Heinbach, Jr. '68 
Donald K Henry '35 
Phoebe Herman 17 
George W Herrold 71 
Harold J Hershey 65 
Albert '36 and Martha Bolig 38 

Hess 
Hewlett Packard 
Hllsher Graphics 
Paul R Hinsch '74 
Mr and Mrs. Robert B Hirschman 
Raymond '47 and Dorothy Dellecker 

43 Hochstuhl 
Steven M 72 and Catherine Magill 

73 Hoffman 
Hoffmann-La Roche Foundation 
Herbert H Holderman '43 
Vernon V Hoover '58 
Lenore German Horner 47 
Harvey A Horowitz '64 
John Hospodar 49 
Hughes Aircraft Company 
Richard M '70 and Janet Goodyear 

71 Jacobson 
R Alexander B Jervis '65 
Lawrence S. Kachelriess. Jr. '64 



Frank and Hilda Karniol 
Lester J Karschner 37 
William and Pamela Kennedy 
Raymond J. Kerstetter, Jr 59 
George 63 and Jane Kump '63 

Kindon 
Kinney Shoes 
Richard L. Kisslak '58 
John H. '70 and Linda Maier '71 

Klemeyer 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch '34 
Lauretta F Koenig '76 
Frances Roush Kovacic 50 
Harold R 48 and Corrine Kahn 45 

Kramer 
Kratzer Oil Company, Inc 
Walter J '80 and Joan Penniman 

80 Krzastek 
H. Laurence '70 and Christine 

Richards '69 Kyse 
Rolla E, '71 and Jean Walton '73 

Lehman 
Ronald and Jeanne Leib 
Alice Ann Paterson Leidel '58 
Robert E 61 and Joan Lawley 62 

Leighty 
Harry M Leister, Jr 56 
Faye R Lewis 52 
John F Lewis 27 
William A. Lewis, Jr '68 
George '54 and Lorraine Karick '52 

Liddington 
David W. and Bonnie Eiker '70 

Lightcap 
Richard W. 48 and Gertrude 

Roberts 48 Lindemann 
Wallace J Lindsay, Jr 74 
William F Livengood 67 
Barry I '70 and Jean McEvoy '71 

Llewellyn 
Clay L. Lorah '57 
Paul B. Lucas '42 
George and Barbara Lucas 
L, Howard Lukehart 31 
Harry and Catherine Lundy 
Maria Wernikowski Macfarlan '62 
Frederic G MacQuesten, Jr, 43 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J Mahoney 
Mr. and Mrs W Anthony Ma)or 
Marvin J Malone '63 
Thomas C Maran '67 
Mr and Mrs Neal J Markle 
Peter C Marshall 67 
Mary Macintosh 
William H 48 and Joyce Jenkins 

'45 McClure 
Robert L McGeehan '33 
Judith Arnold Mclntyre '62 
H Faith Harbeson McNiK '41 
Russell L McTague '59 
Medical and Surgical Center, Inc. 
Mellon Bank 
Merck Foundation 
Donald and Mary Ann Micozzi 
Midlantic National Bank 
Wayne W Miller 65 
Richard and Martha Milstead 
Terry L 62 and Martha Sue Detjen 

'64 Moll 
Gary L. '61 and Stephanie Haase 

'60 Moore 
Lewis R '77 and Kathy-Ann 

McCarthy '76 Morrow 
Benjamin T Moyer '28 
Mohammad M Munir, M D 
Johanna Sheese Murray 68 
Nabisco, Inc 
Francis A Nace '62 
National Westminster Bank USA 
New Jersey Bell 
John A. '67 and Barbara Smith '68 

Norton 
Mary Sarba Nora/ood 50 
Frances Hubler Nuernberg '35 
William E. Nye II 40 
Nancy Peterson O Hara '80 
Susan Odjakjian '79 
Karen L. Olson 71 






SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

9 



Donald P 68 and Mary Ann 

Carpenter 68 Orso 
James C Packard 70 
Anthony Palladino 
Emmett and JoAnne Paradine 
Paul Stine Chevrolet 
Marjorie Mack Pearson '67 
F. David Pennypacker '65 
Phillips Motel 

Dr. and Mrs Thomas G. Pickenng 
John E. '63 and Ann Corson '63 

Pignatore 
Pittsburgh National Foundation 
Richard G. '68 and Linda laeger '69 

Poinsett 
Procter and Gamble 
Nicholas O Prusack II '67 
Paul D Reamer '31 
J. Robert Reeder '32 
Doreen Bolton Rehng '72 
Mrs. Fred Reichley 
James B 49 and Marilyn Beers 51 

Reilly 
Otto and Beulah Reimherr 
Raymond O Rhine '29 
Rhoads Mills, Inc 
Edv»ard R Rhodes 57 
Sidney F 59 and Sandra Brandt 61 

Richard 
Maureen Davenport Ries 62 
Mr. and Mrs Robert P Rittereiser 
Sandra M Rocks 75 
Donald P Rohrbach 48 
Allen I 60 and and Carol Shesler 

'63 Rowe 
Chester G Rowe 52 
Harold R Ruhl 23 
William R 49 and Bessie Bathgate 

'48 Ruhl 
Mary Landon Russell '36 
Mr, and Mrs Vincent A. Russo 
Mohammad M Samad, M D 
Philip E '71 and Catherine Rogers 

'71 San Filippo 
Helen Smith Sanders 49 
Santa Fe Southern Pacific 

Foundation 
Genevieve Sarra 

Mr, and Mrs, J Michael Saunders 
Frank and Edith Scangarella 
Willard H '41 and Hilda Friederich 

40 Schadel 
Irene Etter Schmehl '63 
Jennifer C Schoen 
John A Schoffstall, Sr, 33 
Scullin Oil Co 
Robert N Seebold '74 
Charles J Shearer 31 
Shervwin Williams Foundation 
Stanley R Shilling 57 
Henry Shotsberger '38 
Keith A '81 and Beth Nacinovich 

'82 Shuey 
Mr and Mrs H M Simeon 
Louise Slater 
Smellz Auto Sales Co 
Carl G Smilh 28 
Robert A Smith '62 
George and Rose Snyder 
Victor J Sobolewski III '79 
Southern Nev» England Telephone 
Richard D Spotts 68 
Roy E Slahl 49 
Dale and Sally Sleinmetz 
Mr, and Mrs Christopher Slephano 
Cheryl R Stickle 68 
Dorothy Turnbach Stickney 31 
Jesse Stone 51 
Strawbridge and Clothier 
W, Alfred Streamer 26 
Sun Refining and Marketing Co 
Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation 
William R, Swarm 33 
Louis A Szabo 54 
Christopher and Christine 

Thomlorde 
Elinor M Thompson '71 
Mernll W Tilghman, Jr, '71 
Stephen T Toy 61 



Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc, 

TRW Foundation 

Marcella Chaya Turnbach '36 

Dorothy Turner '36 

Louis G 75 and Patncia Van Gilder 

Louis A, Vermillion '70 

Robert and Joan Vivian 

David B Werner 70 

Erhard O Werner 57 

Dorothy Shifter Wesner '81 

Karl E Westerville 65 

Dan and Sally Wheaton 

Jeffrey G, Whitney 63 

Paul M 75 and Kaye Stem '75 

Willbanks 
Rine G Winey. Jr 46 
Larry A Wingard 60 
Eileen Boone Winter 43 
Kermit D Witmer 32 
Wolf Furniture 
Frank N Yaggi 63 
Legg Mason Warren York, Inc, 
Kathryn Morning Ziegler '30 
Zion Lutheran Church, Sunbury, PA 

Members of 

the Orange 

Club 



The Orange Club 

recognizes those who 

contribute $125 to 

$249 annualh. In 

1987-88, 525 

members gave 

$79,670 to 
Susquehanna. 



Richard C, Abbott '72 

Xavier Abbott '35 

Lawrence A, Abler 

Arlin M, Adams hc'85 

Henry R Albright 54 

Willard D Allbeck '19 

Allen Clark, Inc 

Allied-Signal Foundation 

Roben F Amweg '75 

Charles R, Antanavage '75 

Bnan D Archibald '77 

Mr, and Mrs, Ronald Ardres 

Beatrice Gentzler Armold '33 

The Armtek Foundation. Inc, 

David E, 77 and Cheryl Rahlfs '77 

Atkinson 
William D, Atkinson '74 
Donald T, '71 and Linda Brown 73 

Auld 
Allen A, Aungst '63 
Avery International 
Stephen Azary '36 
Alan Bachrach '64 
Elizabeth Hodges Bagger 62 
Edward R '78 and Sherry Seiple '78 

Barben 
David A Barber '70 
Dennis A, Barley '81 
Jane F Barlow 
Anne Oslheim Barnes '62 
Bastian Tire Sales. Inc. 
Stanley Baxter 42 
George E Beam 29 
Jean B Beamenderfer 39 
Barbara A. Beans 79 
Beavertown Mills, Inc, 
Mr and Mrs Donald C, Beck 
Becker Volkswagen 



H Daniel Beigh, Jr '50 
Charles S Bender II '67 
Stephen H Bender '72 
Harold H 39 and Kathenne 

Dietterle '41 Benion 
Alan M Bennett 72 
Susan Kline Bennett 50 
Carl and Fair Bentz 
Richard Bidelspach 53 
Mr and Mrs, Edward R, BimI 
Harold E 60 and Helen Rhoads '61 

Bingaman 
Glenroy H Bishop '32 
Paul M Bishop 30 
John W Bittinger '23 
Mildred E Bittner '42 
Blough-Wagner Manufacturing 
Edward W Bogner '71 
Betsy Bunting Bolger '65 
James A, Bonsall '34 
David A Borden '72 
Terry R, Bossen '68 
Mark R Bostic 78 
Ruth G, Botdorf 45 
David M Boucher '75 
Jeanne R, Boyer '73 
Ira F Bradford '45 
Waller L Brandau '51 
Jean Kinzer Brinser 45 
John and Patricia Brotherton 
Gloria Graybill Brubaker 62 
Steven K, 78 and Jean Hednck '78 

Budd 
Mark D, Burkhardt 76 
William D Burrell 73 
Nancy A Cairns 
leda Calich 

Carefree Travel Sen/ice, Inc, 
Mr and Mrs, Michael A, Caretti 
Fred L, Carl '33 
William F Carolan '33 
Charles H '52 and Voylet Dietz '52 

Carr 
Carteret Savings 
Bruce W '74 and Susan Haines '74 

Casso 
CBS, Inc 

Cellitti Moving and Storage Co 
Central Penn Wilbert Vault Co 
Charles Associates, Inc, 
Roger P, Cheney 71 
Rotjert J '69 and Nancy Lockhart 

'70 Chonko 



Cigna Foundation 

Peter S, Ciszak '73 

Citair. Inc, 

Barbara Walkins Clark '50 

James L, Clark '68 

Phihp M Clark '62 

Theodore H. '50 and Betsy Hill '49 

Clark 
Margaret Clelland '32 
CNA Foundation 
The Coca-Cola Company 
Chnslopher L, Cochran '81 
Colonial Penn Corporation 
Linda Cole Conine '65 
Henry S '56 and Madaline Lease 

53 Cook 
Virginia M Coombs 
Frank C, Corcoran '47 
Daniel M '69 and Karen Kister '70 

Corveleyn 
Mr. and Mrs, Nicholas J, Costalas 
Keith J- '73 and Louise Hower '72 

Costello 
Mary T, Coughlin '82 
Courtyard Counseling Center 
Cowles Media Company 
Thomas H 79 and Enn Hoff '79 

Coyne 
Mr, and Mrs, Wallace D. Crane 
Mr and Mrs, Rudyard Cnder 
Diane C, Croft '81 
John C S, Crosbie '47 
Walton R, Cueman '65 
Michael A, '70 and Eileen Lach 70 

Cummins 
Thomas H L, Curtis '64 
Walter W Cuslance. Jr, '69 
Alfred and Vitt D'Alessandro 
John and Gladys Dagle 
Robert and Kathleen Dalton 
Glenn and Aletha Daniels 
Ann Neta Riesmeyer Danner '63 
Mary Heim Davey '38 
Mr and Mrs John F, Davies 
Lorraine Lee Davis '53 
Mary Snyder Davis '65 
Frances Thomas Davis '30 
Preston and Isabella Davis 
Gene H, Dechert '64 
Holly Grove Delaney '66 
W, John Derr '24 
John G Devine '49 
John E, Diehl '52 



Diehl Auto and Truck Leasing Co, 
David M '70 and Sandra McDermott 

'72 Dolinsky 
William K, 56 and Pamela McKegg 

'53 Doney 
Glenn H Downing 
Timothy B. Downing 
William H, Dreibelbis '29 
E, Wayne Dreyman '74 
Steven E, Dubs '70 
Frederick L, Dudley 67 
David M Dumeyer '69 
Milton and Gladys Dumeyer 
The Duncanson and Holt Group 
Harold A, Dunkelberger hc'79 
Howard W, Dye '43 
Charlotte M, Eberly 
Mr, and Mrs. John C, Ebert 
Dennis L, '73 and Ann Hilbish '71 

Eckman 
John A, Edson 
Thomas C, Eggleston III '69 
Edward E, Eisenhart '40 
Manlyn Moritz Elam 68 
Mr, and Mrs John W, Emrich 
James L, '72 and Andrea 

Licciardello '72 Endrusick 
Terrence M. Farley 
Frances Ray Faylor '65 
George A, '72 and Jill Stevens '74 

Fecker 
Federal National Mortgage 

Association 
Maurice R Feldman 56 
Richard T Fenstermacher '65 
Dorothy Fersch 79 
Fern Zechman Ferster 40 
Marjorie Kostenbauder Finley "56 
William K- '63 and Carolyn Grabau 

'63 Fishburn 
Frederick I, Fisher '63 
Margaret C, Fisher '71 
Foote Mineral Company 
Ford Motor Company Fund 
Edward J Forrest 67 
Mary Drake Franco 67 
Rebecca M, Fuller '76 
Nora Steinhards Galins '54 
Mr, and Mrs Martin L, Gallagher 
George V, Ganter '74 
Barry I, Gehnng '67 
Harold F Geise 68 
John F, Geise, Jr, 




SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

10 



Debra Carey Gellert 76 

Chris A 73 and June Bellelli 73 
George 

Gary R, Gilbert 69 

H Donald Glaser, Jr 68 

Sherman E Good 30 

Robert Goodspeed 

Karl and Vera Gordinier 

Jeffrey L Goria 71 

Russell and Madeline Goria 

John D Granger 75 

Margaret Brubaker Gray '59 

Donald M Gray 60 

Richard W 69 and Janel Fowler 68 
Grey 

Delsey A Gross 27 

Robert E Guise 69 

Gulf & Western Foundation 

Eugene H 48 and E Dorothy 
Eilhardt '48 Gundrum 

Marl< R '38 and Lenora Spotts 
Guthrie 

Melvin E Haas 42 

Kimberly Mac Mullen Habecker 83 

Patricia H Haines 76 

William B Hamaker 69 

Ronald C Hardnock 62 

Yvonne Everest Harmon '21 

Paul W Hartline 31 

Jeanne Atlinger Hassinger '51 

Leolin O Hayes 30 

H Lee 48 and Edith Wegner 49 

Hebel 
Susan M Hegberg 
David and Marcie Henry 
Michael J 78 and Janice Gaschen 

'79 Herman 
Robert L Herr 39 
Hershey Trust Company 
Jack K Hetrick 
Frederick L Hickman '77 
Wayne D Hill 7(J 
ByrI W Himelberger, Jr 67 
Elwood 8 Hippie. Jr 63 
Gregg A Hodgdon 70 
Jean Rheinhart Hodgdon 38 
Bradford 76 and Karen Johnson 77 

Hollinger 
John E Homestead 
Honeyvwell Fund 
H. Louis Horner, Jr 70 
Jeanne D Horovilz 
Richard K Hosfeld. Jr 78 
Richard E Howe, Jr 64 
Roger C 50 and Bernice E 

Jochem 52 Howling 
Merle E Hubbard 32 
William H Hudson 38 
Lee and Arlene Hummel 
W, Murray Hunt, Jr 
Frank E Hurley 
Earnest W Huston 34 
Mr and Mrs Cosmo J lacavazzi 
Marlin A Inch 61 
Nicholas P Interdonato 79 
Irving One Wall Street Foundation, 

Inc 
Barry R 68 and Denise Norton 68 

Jackson 
James River Corporation 
Charles F Janaskie III 75 
J,C, Penney Company 
Harriet Dietrich Jessup 27 
Carolyn A Johnson 76 
David B Johnson 69 
Johnson and Higgins 
Mr, and Mrs Robert J Jonas 
Lloyd P Jones 79 
Jeffrey A Jones 77 
Elaine W Jones 
Juniata Garment Company 
K-Mart Corporation 
Jane Hutchison Kaempfer 41 
Raymond B Kaluslyan 78 
Karchner, McClellan and Riddell 
Richard S 65 and Grace Siminglon 

'64 Karschner 
Katie s Kleeners 
Blanche Stauffer Keeny 29 



John D '67 and Andrea Schumann 
'67 Keim 

Keller s Auto Body 

E Jean Kelly 47 

Roderick E Kerr, Jr 77 

Alan L Kiel 64 

George J Kimmel '38 

John F Kindsvatler '32 

Donald A, King 48 

Robert J. 68 and Margaret Heil 69 
King 

Thomas P King 72 

Lori Border Kissinger 64 

Mrs, Michael Kivko 

Earl F 57 and Mary Ann Bingaman 
55 Kleintop 

Ray W Kline 38 

Signe Gates Knock '71 

Bruce D Koenecke 77 

Edward P Kopt 53 

Kraft, Inc, 

Grace Beckley Kramer 27 

Rose Gumbert Krape 29 

Samuel Kuba III 75 

Carol Wells Kuetfner '74 
Amos G 60 and Ella Kock 60 

Kunkle 
Barbara Stockalis Labanosky 64 
Robert R '78 and Cindy Erickson 

'79 Labarca 
Emilio A 73 and Elizabeth 

Hollingshead '73 Lancione 
Judith Hawk Lasley '66 
Debra S Latchaw 76 
Norman H lauer 62 
Timothy B, Lawlor 77 
Mananne B. Layng 
John R '47 and Elizabeth Miller 47 

Leach 
Frank J Leber '64 
Leer East 

Beth Petrie Leggett '74 
Eliese Wagonseil Levin 74 
Theodore Lindquist hc'75 
Heister H Linn, Jr, 69 
Mr and Mrs John Paul Locke, Jr 
Karen M Loeffler 64 
David W Long 72 
J Chester Long 37 
Robert S Long 73 
Alan C 70 and Linda Nansteel '71 

Lovell 
Guy M Lubold 25 
Joanne Romano Lucas '68 
David F 80 and Cindy Wolter 82 

Lynch 
Lee Erholm MacKenn 58 
Elizabeth Bussman Mahler 77 
Everett M 50 and Jeanne Kahler 

50 Manning 
Catherine Fopeano Marchetti 25 
Susan Lang Martin 74 
Susan A Martin '78 
Gail D Mason 70 
The May Stores Foundation, Inc 
Dianne McCarthy 
John and Carol McGowen 
Thomas and Jenny McGrath 
Mae McDonald McGroarty 33 
Manan E McKechnie 
Eugene F Meany '76 
Meckley s Limestone Products, Inc 
Stephen D Melching 66 
Melcot Radiator 
Francis and Kathryn Menapace 
Ethel McGrath Meola '52 
Mr and Mrs Donald Merryman 
John R '49 and Harnet Gould 48 

Mertz 
Russell P Mertz 59 
Irving H Men«in 64 
Kenneth M Merz '49 
William C Merz 70 
Dons Moon Metcalf 56 
Robert C 54 and Jane Cline 54 

Mickatavage 
Mid-Ailantic Coca-Cola Bottling 

Company 
Middleburg Hardware and Appliance 



Middleburg Oil Company 

James R 60 and Jean Ewald 62 

Middleswarth 
Wayne E Miller 55 
Wayne H Minami '62 
Donald M Minnich 50 
Clair S Mitch 52 
J Scott 78 and Julia Brown '81 

Mitchell 
William H, '42 and Dons Welch '43 

Mitman 
Mary Weimer Motfitt 28 
Bnan W Molner 85 
Moore Business Forms 
Gerald E, 51 and Bettie Winey 53 

Moorhead 
Jeffrey D '82 and Susan Kees 83 

Morgan 
James W Morns 52 
Dennis G Mosebey 73 
Laura Scaife Moyer 68 
Elsie Myers '37 

Maywood and Maryland Myers 
John H Naegeli 36 
H Gerald Nanos 70 
National Gypsum Company 
Anthony and Sally Nazzaro 
Stephen L Neff 81 
Mark E Nelson 79 
New England Merchants Leasing 

Corporation 
Mary Jarrett Newland 38 
Mr and Mrs Edward Nichols 
Susan Lehman Northrup '59 
Helen Nunn 

Robert and Helen Nylund 
Harold J OKeefe 
Odd N Oddsen. Jr '82 
David R 79 and Ellen Schmidt 79 

Odenath 
Elaine Onischuk 
Paul M Orso 40 
Martin J Ortenzio 83 
Ruth E Osborn 54 
Alan Parcells 47 
Mr and Mrs Robert E Pansi 
Dale L Patterson '59 
Mark R Paules '76 
Virginia Payne 
Thomas M '65 and Gertrude Walton 

66 PeischI 
Penn Valley Pnnting Co 
Pennwalt Foundation 
Tracy Hawke Perrapato 77 
Rose Runk Perry 36 
Pfizer, Inc 

George E Phillips 36 
George W Phillips 50 
Gladys Wentzel Phillips 39 
Robert A 73 and Nancy Search 73 

Phipps 
Mary Reichley Pinand 45 
Robert A, Pittello 51 
Mr and Mrs, John M. Pivarnik 
Richard H Pohl 79 
Douglas A. Portzline 41 
Marion Moyer Potteiger 17 
Neil H and Mary W. Potter 
Kay M Potts 63 
Eleanor K Pourron '59 
John P 41 and Mathilda 
Neudoerffer '39 Powell 
Prudential Foundation 
Philomena Quattrocchi 69 
Mr and Mrs William A Quinn 
David and Virginia Rahal 
John Rakshys '38 
Lois Beamenderier Rallis 41 
Edith Erdly Ramsey 30 
Mr and Mrs Corinto Ramundo 
Robert H 69 and Carol S Scherb 

70 Ray 
The Record 
Gill U Redpath 76 
Reed s Real French Cleaners 
Kurt H Reiber 81 
Janet Hoke Reiff 44 
Richard K Renn 73 
Scott A. Richards 79 



Judith A. Rile 78 

Thomas R Rippon, Esquire 

Lee D Rishel '34 

Peter S 78 and Donna Diianni 78 

Rispoli 
Philip B Robeson, Jr 76 
Edward S 42 and Blanche Forney 

'42 Rogers 
Mr and Mrs Daniel W Rohrbaugh 
David A Rohrer 76 
Jeffrey A Roush 71 
Harold L Rowe 34 
John W 71 and Georgeann 

Mercincavage 73 Ruhl 
James O '80 and Margaret Gutiahr 

83 Rumbaugh 
Robert C Rungee 75 
Michael E Rupprecht 64 
Mr and Mrs Richard Salkowski 
Robert G Sander 40 
Elizabeth Haidacher Sanderson 35 
Kenneth Sausman, Jr. '67 
Richard F Saylor 69 
Schenng-Plough Foundation. Inc 
Judy Hoffman Schmidt 70 
Mr and Mrs Edward A Schmidt 
Mr and Mrs Harold Schreckengast 
A Rebecca Schumacher 72 
Seagull Energy Corporation 
Gary R Seilert 67 
Kenneth R 68 and Betsy Klose 68 

Selinger 
Selinsgrove Motors. Inc 
Selmax Corporation 
John P Senko 31 
Marian L, Shatto '67 
Paul C. Shatto, Jr 41 
Deane S Shively 
Ralph G 40 and Ruth Derstine 39 

Shobert 
Daniel and Barbara Shuck 
Robert S 73 and Linda Capaldi '74 

Siegel 
Manlyn S Sierer 87 
Robert Y 64 and Pamela Yeager 

64 Silar 
Harold W Singer 
Linda L Skinner 85 
Mr and Mrs Richard L Skinner 
Pnscilla Edwards Slack 69 
Verlin H Smalts 38 
Charles W Smeltz 75 
Debra Plunkett Smith 72 
Ruth Buffington Smith '49 
Sally Baskin Snaufter 64 
Mar|orie Mengle Snyder 48 



George A Spaid 29 

SI Luke Evangelical Lutheran 

Church, Silver Spnng, MD 
Amos A Stagg, Jr 
Mr and Mrs Mark R Stambaugh, Sr 
Stanley Woodworking 
Sara Seal Stauffer 28 
David C Steffen 69 
John R 51 and Lois Gordon 52 

Steiger 
Eric N, Stem 69 
Russell B Stevenson '80 
John R SIrangfeld 75 
William G Straus 65 
Richard H 66 and Pamelia Dick 65 

Streamer 
Adeline K Strouse 25 
Donald and Mary Summers 
George R Sweet 83 
Robert W Swinarton 
Mr and Mrs Michael F Swords 
George R F and Barbara Tamke 
Kenneth B Teats, Jr 85 
Mr and Mrs Jay R Thatcher, Jr 
Lon E Thomas '78 
Chnstopher A Thorsheim '85 
Maxine Lentz Thumser 67 
George and Barbara Tibaldi 
Anne Stern Tilley 79 
Michael Timmons 76 
T Luke Toomey '37 
Tru-Bilt Lumber Co 
Frederick D Ullman 
Larry W Updegrove '60 
Robert Updegrove '41 
Gene R, Urey 
William H, '55 and Audrey Vollman 

'56 Vanderhoof 
Donald L. Van Gilder '71 
Dennis L '68 and Margaret Orth '66 

Van Name 
Mr and Mrs George Van Tuyl. Ill 
Mr and Mrs Leroy A Varcoe 
Shirley Jones Vincent '69 
Elizabeth Fry Vogel 38 
David G Volk '52 
Thomas A Voll 83 
G Allan Vollmers 52 
Howard and Barbara Wachenfeld 
Mary Fox Wagenseller 37 
Ernest R Walker '53 
Nancy Hess Walker 63 
Eric S Walker '79 
Suzanne Wilkinson Walker 83 
William C '85 and Mary Fisher 85 
Warrick 




I 



Alumni Contributors 



Class of 1922 



Few colleges and 

universities can boast 

of the significant 

increases in giving 

that Susquehanna has 

seen in recent years. 

These increases are 

due to the generosity 

of loyal Susquehanna 

alumni, who in the 

past five years have 

increased their giving 

bv more than 
$230'.000 to the SUF. 
Alumni participation 
in the 1987-88 SUF 
reached an all-time 
high of 39 percent bv 
giving $372,829. We 

are pleased to list 

those who contributed 

to the University. 



Class of 1914 

Mary McCreight Slumpf 



Class of 1917 

Phoebe Herman 
Marion Moyer Potteiger 



Class of 1918 



Helen Fetteroll Riden 



Class of 1919 

Willard D Allbeck 
Hulda Steininger Bowser 
Harry W Papenfus 
Helen Salem Wescoat 



Class of 1920 

Paul G Winey 

Class of 1921 

Yvonne Everest Harmon 
Mane Romig Huntington 
Olive Salem Walborn 



Alma L Long 



Class of 1923 

Dorothy Margerum App 
Reide E Bingaman 
John W Bittlnger 
Glenn W Fouike 
Ricardo Montero 
Harold R. Ruhl 
Peron W, Snyder 



Class of 1924 

Grace Barnett Bastian 
Margaret Widlund Blough 
Claude A, Buss 
W John Derr 
Helen J Rearick 
Ruth Welker Schwartz 
Ruth Bond Steininger 
Rachel Brubaker Whited 



Class of 1925 

Laura Henninger Boyer 
Marljn M Enders 
Martin L Grossman 
Robert J Keeler 
Alda L, Long 
Guy M Lubold 
Catherine Fopeano Marchetti 
Ruth Gaugler Sanders 
Harry E. Sleften 
Adeline K Strouse 
Freeman Wilhour 
Christie E Zimmerman 



Class of 1926 

Lee E. Boyer 

Margaret Schmiermund Bruce 

Percy B Davis 

Ethel Peters Geedy 

On/ille B Landis 

Martha Larson Martin 

Anna M Norwat 

Lucy Herr Smith 

W Alfred Streamer 

Ethel V. Taylor 

Luther Weaver 



Class of 1927 

Harry Burd 
Delsey Morris Gross 
Zelda F Haus 
Harriet Dietrich Jessup 
Grace Beckley Kramer 
John F Lewis 
Ethan A Miller 
M Thelma Taylor 
Gertrude V Walker 
Ben E Wynn 



Class of 1928 

Richard Baxter 
Naomi Fogle Bennett 
Margaret H Buyers 
Dorothy Rothermel Chaffee 



SUSQUEHANNA 
ALUMNUS 

11 



Edwin O Constable 
Harold F Doebler 
Betty Stong Eichelberger 
Clarence B Eichman 
Elizabeth M Fisher 
H Ruth Folkmann 
Dorothy Goft 
James M. Herrold 
Heber H Hummel 
Walter S, Ide 
Jerome B Kaufman 
Elizabeth Hauser Kinsel 
Lillian Fisher Long 
Paul B Lucas 
Ruth Moody McGarrah 
Mary Weimer Moffitt 
Beniamin T Moyer 
Kathryne Kull Reilf 
Marvin W Schlegel 
Laenlena McCahan Shelley 
Carl G Smith 
Sara Seal Slauffer 



Class of 1929 

Jane Park Ashburner 
George E Beam 
Ruth G Beck 
Anna Moyer Bohn 
Eleanor Coons Crouse 
William H, Dreibelbis 
Freida Dreese Dunkle 
Nancy Lecrone Fay 
Charles E Fisher 
Helen Carter Gehret 
Ruth Dively Kaufman 
Blanche Stauffer Keeny 
Rose Gumbert Krape 
Zelda Newman Lipshultz 
Charles H. Miller 
Raymond Rhine 
William O Roberts, deceased 
Harry P Shaffer 
Russell T. Shilling 
George A. Spaid 
Allen C, Tressler 



Class of 1930 

Paul M Bishop 
Dorothy Strine Bowers 
Edna Tressler Conrad 
Frances Thomas Davis 
Arthur A H Gelnetl 
Sherman E. Good 
Wellington Duke' Hartman 
Leolin O Hayes 
Henry C Hoffman 
Agnes McMullen Johnson 
Daniel H Kwasnoski 
J. Richard Mattern 
Lillian Kordes McCormick 
Janet Dively Morgan 
Ruth Goff Nicodemus 
Edith Erdly Ramsey 
John S. Rhine 
Simon B Rhoads 
William Routzahn 
Mildred Arbegast Speer 
Dorothy Heiser Stoddard 
John H Wall 
Kathryn Morning Ziegler 



Class of 1931 

William A, Austin 
Dorothy Iddings Bathurst 
H Vernon Blough 
Norman H Brought 
Walter L Burford 
Alma Bowersox Clark 
Martha Laudenslager Davis 
Signe Alford Davis 



Lawrence C Fisher 
Frank C. Gill 
Paul M. Haines 
Paul W. Hartline 
Arlene Laudenslager Hatton 
Sara Rhoads Hauser 
William S Hermann 
Margaret Hoffmeister Hess 
Leone Holtzapple Hogue 
N^iriam Keim Kolle 
Charles E Kroeck 
L. Howard Lukehart 
Mary Carlin McAvey 
Julia Morgan McCloskey 
Dorothy Leisher Neely 
Inez Sarver Parker 
Ruth Maurey Quinter 
Paul D. Reamer 
Ethlynne Miller Schultz 
John P. Senko 
Charles J. Shearer 
Dorothy Turnbach Stickney 
Nellie Shue Von Dorster 
W. Michael Weader 



Class Of 1932 

Martha Gesner Anderson, deceased 

Martha Markle Artley 

Glenroy H Bishop 

James H. Brubaker 

Margaret Clelland 

Mary Potter Copp 

Thelma E. Crebs 

Herman R. Fenstermacher 

Margaret E. Fink 

Roscoe L, Fisher 

Lewis R Fox 

Robert G Hartman 

Merle E Hubbard 

John F. Kindsvatter 

Elizabeth Phillips Lahr 

Arline Kanyuck Lerda 

B Ray Minich 

J Robert Reeder 

Harriett Leese Rosenquist 

Grace Minnig Schell 

Reed Speer 

Herbert S Spigelmyer 

John C Stolz 

Edna Williamson Wilkinson 

Arthur E Wilmarth 

Kermit D. Witmer 

Eleanor Sheriff Wolf 



Class Of 1933 

Beatrice Gentzler Armold 
Grace C. Boyle 
James P. Burns 
Fred L. Carl 
William F Carolan 
Mabel Fuliz Chilcott 
Quinio W Gionta 
Martin A. Graykoskie 
Bert M- Green 
Mary Z, Lahaza 
Margaret Ide Maguire 
Estelle Pearl Marcuse 
Robert L McGeehan 
Mae McDonald McGroarty 
Walter C Metzger 
E Dorothea Meyer 
John W. Meyers 
John A Schoffstall 
Sarah C. Shaulis 
Flora Ellmore Shilling 
Diana Lizdas Snyder 
Mildred Griesemer Snyder 
J. Donald Steele 
Paul R. Swank 
William R. Swarm 
Amelia Krapf Williams 
Bruce Worthington 
Marian Walborn Worthington 



Class Of 1934 

Josephine Pifer Bleakley 
James A, Bonsall 
Edwin M. Clapper, deceased 
Audra Marlz Etzweiler 
Ruth Plummer Fagan 
Madeline Steininger Hermann 
Earnest W Huston 
Aberdeen Phillips Hutchison 
D. Edgar Hutchison 
Isabella Horn Klick 
Ruth Bergstresser Koch 
Frances Kline MacPherson 
Daniel T McKelvey 
Eleanor Brown Miller 
William S Morrow 
Pauline Crow Mount 
Emma V. Orlando 
Kathryn Jarrett Rhoads 
Lee D Rishel 
Harold L. Rowe 
Robert R. Sala 
H. Blanche Savidge 
Jerauld M, Schlegel 
Mary E. Spiggle 
Lloyd M. Swartz 
Sara Ulrich Tollinger 



Class of 1935 

Xavier Abbott 
Kenneth R. Anderson 
Louise Mehring Bankert 
Luther K Boyer 
Robert R. Clark 
Mary A. Cressman 
Donald K. Henry 
Elva Winkelblech Jamison 
Hilda Mickey Johnson 
Dorothy Leese Lamb 
Frances Hubler Nuernberg 
Elizabeth Haidacher Sanderson 
Mary Griesemer Searer 
Erie I. Shobert 
Alfarata A. Stamets 
Mary Patterson Yeager 



Class of 1936 

Stephen Azary 
Thomas H. Craig 
Gwendolyn Schlegal Cramer 
Kathryn Weber Finkbiner 
Grace Drew Greninger 
James A Grossman 
Jerome V Guss 
Janet Earhart Harkins 
Albert Hess 
Horace M Hutchison 
Alice Smith Loope 
Ernst Mahr 
John H- Naegeli 
Rose Runk Perry 
George E. Phillips 
Mary Landon Russell 
Ralph I. Shockey 
Marcella Chaya Turnbach 
Dorothy Turner 
Waller Wasilewski 



Class of 1937 

Margaret L. Corson 
Donald A. Gaver 
Francis R Gelnett 
Mary Scott Gumpher 
Roberta Held Harmon 
Newton E Hess 
Lester J Karschner 
J. Chester Long 
Elsie Myers 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

12 



B. Henry Shafer 
E Raymond Shaheen 
Margaret Roush Sheklelski 
Helen Wentzel Spitzner 
T Luke Toomey 
Mary Barnes Topper 
Dorothy Savidge Troutman 
Mary Fox Wagenseller 

Class of 1938 

Gladys Telleen Ahrenholz 
Robert A, Boyer 
Margaret Boyle Brown 
Ethel Ramer Coulter 
Helen Hisdorf Dauberman 
Mary Heim Davey 
Richard E Ditzler 
Reed A, Grenjnger 
Mark R, Guthrie 
Hildegarde Ahl Herb 
Karl M, Herr 
Ruth Jones Hershey 
Manha Bolig Hess 
Jean Rheinhart Hodgdon 
William H Hudson 



Elizabeth Johnston Keil 
Esther Yingling Kern 
George J Kimmel 
Ray W Kline 
Karl E. Kniseley 
Herbert C. Lauver 
Esther Kaufman Lucas 
Henry R. Mitterling 
Mary Jarrett Newland 
Vernon R. Phillips 
John Rakshys 
Caroline Grubb Reisinger 
Henry Shotsberger 
Peter Shuty 
Verlin H, Smalts 
Charles J. Stauffer 
Elizabeth Fry Vogel 
Ruth Wheeland Wentz 
Kent L, Worthington 

Class of 1939 

William P Ayers 
Robert M Bastress 
leroy K, Beachel 
Jean B. Beamenderfer 



Harold H Benion 

Miriam Miller Fisher 

Lenora Spotts Guthrie 

Marjorie Curtis Hanson 

Robert L Herr 

Henry J. Keil 

John R. Knaul 

Isabel Tewkesbury Laudenslayer 

W Frank Laudenslayer 

Paul D. Ochenrider 

Stephen W, Owen 

Gladys Wentzel Phillips 

Mathilda Neudoerffer Powell 

Florence Jumper Rematy 

Martha Klinger Riegel 

M, Jane Schnure 

Ruth Derstine Shobert 

Edward M. Sivick 

Shirley Finkbeiner Stehlin 

Eleanor Saveri Wise 



Class Of 1940 



Hester Bittinger Ayers 
Elizabeth J. Barnhard 



John D. Bice 
George R Brosius 
Paul D. Coleman 
Helen Musselman Dobbie 
Edward E, Eisenhart 
Fern Zechman Ferster 
Robert F Fisher 
Robert A. Gabrenya 
William H Getiron 
Ethel Siraesser Gilbert 
J Leon Haines 
Anna Reeder Heimbach 
John W Hoffman 
Richard S Hummel 
Dorothy Shutt Kimmel 
Naomi Bingaman Kinney 
Florence Landback Latsha 
Florence Rothermel Latsha 
Charlotte Baish Lawrence 
Helen Wright Mosebey 
William E, Nye 
Paul M. Orso 
James Pearce 
Mary Mack Pendered 
Robert G Sander 
Hilda Friedench Schadei 
Frederick B. Schmidt 



Ralph G Shobert 
George C Spiggle 
Barner S Swartz 
Grace Fries Walter 
Virginia Mann Wolven 



Class of 1941 

George H Banlley 
Katherine Dietterle Benion 
Florence Reitz Brenneman 
Joseph F, Campana 
J. Alfred Fryer 
Marion Boyer Harvey 
Warren C Herrold 
Elaine Miller Hunt 
Mary Yoder Jones 
Jane Hutchison Kaempfer 
Margaret Dunkle Kniseley 
Thomas W Lewis 
Elizabeth Reese McGhee 
H. Faith Harbeson McNitt 
Douglas A Portzline 
John P Powell 
Lois Beamenderfer Rallis 



SUF Results by Class 



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$21,000 



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$5,000 
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SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

13 



Willard H Schadel 
Jane Wormley Shaffer 
Hulfi Naylor Sfiaffer 
Paul C Sriatto 
Robert A Updegrove 
Kennelfi E Will 



Class of 1942 

Stanley Baxter 

f^ildred E Bittner 

Fred O Brubaker 

Janet Sfiockey Einstein 

r^elvin E Haas 

Forrest F Heckert 

Jeanne Fenner Helm 

June Hendricks Hoke 

Mary Lee Krumbfiolz Hoover 

Martin Hopkins 

Jotin D Ickes 

August T Kaufman 

Albert C Knapp 

Lois Scfiweilzer Lane 

William H f^^itman 



Gertrude Felzer Pardoe 
Delptiine Hoover Reitz 
Katfie Hansen Roberts 
Blanche Forney Rogers 
Edward S Rogers 
Betty Malone Sharkey 
Chester J Shusla 
Eugene L, Smith 
Jean Warner Waidelich 
Ralph E. Wolfgang 



Class of 1943 

Edmund W. Baxter 

Helen Murray Carper 

Marion V. Crow 

Howard W Dye 

Ethel Kniffin Flannery 

James W. Hall 

John C, Helm 

Dorothy Dellecker Hochstuhl 

Herbert H. Holderman 

Lawrence M Isaacs 

Mary Kresge Jones 



John W Kammerer 
Raymond Kourtz 
Fredenc G. MacQuesten 
Ruth E McCorkill 
Marjorie Wolfe McCune 
Dons Welch Mitman 
Earl Mohney 
Clark G, Nevin 
Eleanor Lyons Roos 
Jessie Walton Schmitthenner 
Louise McWilliams Sechler 
Dorothy Webber Smith 
Ruth Billow Spooner 
Emagean Pensyl Whitmoyer 
Eileen Boone Winter 
Feme Lauver Zeigler 



Class of 1 944 

Susan Goyne Amedow 
Frank S. Attinger 
Mary Rudy Clark 
Phyllis Wolfe Englert 
Wilmer H. Grimm 



Margaret Gemmill Janson 
William A. Janson 
Ethel Wilson Kerschner 
Jean Renter Kolb 
J Richard Lepley 
Janet Hoke Reiff 
Helen Hocker Schueler 
E. Jane Stitt 

Steinie Bowser Summers 
Jean Buffinglon Sunday 
Catherine Byrod Whitman 



Class of 1945 

Elizabeth Stone Becker 
Ruth G. Botdorf 
Ira F. Bradford 
Mary Moyer Bringman 
Jean Kinzer Brinser 
Marian Willard Dowlin 
Mary Basehoar Ebaugh 
Dons Eschrich Hammer 
Louise Kresge Isaacs 



Connne Kahn Kramer 
Celo V. Leitzel 
Joyce Jenkins McClure 
Edna McVicker 
Mary Reichley Pinand 
June Marks Shea 
J. Bertram Strickland 
Herman G. Stuempfle 
Robert W Surplus 
A. Franklin Wolfe 



Class of 1946 

James R Clark 
John J. Dnscoll 
Jean Strausser Green 
Virginia Hallock 
Charlotte Smith Harrison 
Mane Klick Hodick 
Betty Herr McKelvey 
Mar)one Barton Myers 
Janet Rohrbach Robinson 
C, Glenn Schueler 
Rine G. Winey 






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SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

14 



Class of 1947 

Donald R Bashore 
Ferdinand Bongartz 
William R Camerer 
Frank C Corcoran 
John C S Crosbie 
Mary Lizzio Govekar 
Carolyn P(ahler Haman 
S Jane Gundrum Hillegas 
Raymond Hochstuhl 
Lenore Garman Horner 
E Jean Kelly 
Nancy Myers Landis 
Elizabeth Miller Leach 
John R Leach 
Ongkar Narayan 
Leah Cryder Oberheim 
Alan Parcells 
John M Reichard 
George E Riegel 
William B Rothenberg 
Louise H Schlick 
Gayle Clark Weigle 
Adah A Wolfe 



Class of 1 948 

Louis P Apriceno 

Shirley Shroyer Bartholomew 

Dawn Eben Bergstresser 

John B Bergstresser 

Marlin R Bollinger 

Betty Smith Bomboy 

David E Bomboy 

Dale S Bringman 

Harry W Butts 

Virginia Doss Butts 

Gaynelle Wagoner Compton 

George A Cooper 

Aloysius V Derr 

E Dorothy Eilhardt Gundrum 

Eugene H Gundrum 

H Lee Hebel 

Caroline Graybill Heimberger 

Carl L Herman 

Donald L Herrold 

James F Howell 

Donald A King 

Harold R, Kramer 

Glona Reichley Krug 

Charles L Lady 

Eleanor Steele Lady 

Gertrude Roberts Lindemann 

Richard W Lindemann 

Kenneth D Loss 

William H McClure 

Harriet Gould Mertz 

Martha Shan«arko Reid 

Donald P Rohrbach 

Bessie Bathgate Ruhl 

Lois Dauberman Schultz 

Marjone Mengle Snyder 

Eugene B Sleininger 

Jean Kelton Weber 

Dexter N Weikel 

Robert E Winter 

Robert F Wohlsen 

Martha Garard Yocum 

Frank A Zeidler 

Joan Apple Zimmerman 



Class of 1949 

Constance Black Achenbach 
Donald L Adams 
Dorothy Shatter Anderson 
Douglas E Arthur 
Elaine Williams Barner 
Waller C Beck 
Paul R Bingaman 
Betsy Hill Clark 
Phyllis Swartz Derr 



John G Devine 

Lillian Kepner Duden 

Donald Fosselman 

Frances Savidge Foster 

Dons Wanbaugh Goetz 

Robert L Goetz 

Irma Strawbndge Hallenbeck 

Mary Jane Jessen Hansen 

Edith Wegner Hebel 

Mar|orie McHenry Hess 

Mary Ann Getsinger Homan 

Nancy Everett Hoover 

Robert S Hoover 

John Hospodar 

Harry R, Johnston 

Isabel Kiss Jones 

Jean Young Kautman 

Mar;orie Hutchison Kepner 

Maude Jones Koch 

Harvey H Kuhns 

Janet Sharrow Lucas 

John R Mertz 

Kenneth M Merz 

Elwood M. McAllister 

Winifred Myers O'Dell 

Kenneth D, Orr 

Palmer W Otto 

Margaret Latta Outerbridge 

Warren S Outerbridge 

James B Peters 

William L Plock 

Joyce Bell Port 

William H Roust 

Ella Felherolf Raup 

James B. Reilly 

Ruth Klinger Reisenweaver 

William R Ruhl 

M Helen Smith Sanders 

Nevin C T Shaffer 

Ruth Buffington Smith 

Jean Matthews Sporborg 

Roy E Stahl 

Gabrielle Speyer Thorp 

Mary Davison Venner 

Erma Bonawitz Warnes 

Charles R Wian 

John H, Wright 

Maynard N Zerbe 

Harold C Zimmerman 

Evan P ZIock 

Frances Lybarger ZIock 



Class of 1950 

H. Daniel Beigh, Jr 
Susan Kline Bennett 
Earl L Bernstine 
Robert L Block 
Lillian Hoover Bloomquist 
Shirley Nicklin Bogdanffy 
Robert M Bolig 
Shirley Showalter Boyer 
Paul B Buehler 
Virginia Blough Buehler 
John H Buffington 
Mana Shetler Bull 
Robert L Caldwell 
Barbara Watkins Clark 
Theodore H Clark 
Donald R Davis 
Ray E Fleming 
James C Gehns 
John Gow III 
Harold S Greenly 
Charles H Grund 
Paul R Haffly 
Patricia Houtz Haines 
Roger C Howling 
Frances Roush Kovacic 
Raymond C Lauver 
Everett M Manning 
Jeanne Kahler Manning 
Jean Rolhermel Miller 
Vernon J Miller 
Donald M Minnich 
Albert P Molinaro, Jr, 



Louise Siemers Molinaro 
Jo Ann Hort Moyer 
Mary Sarba Norwood 
Helen Polk Peitz 
Edward F Pfeiffer 
George W Phillips 
John A Reuther 
Robert E Ricedorf 
James Rumbaugh 
Barbara Lease Safer 
Louis F Santangelo, Jr 
Barbara Decker Siegfried 
Janet Wolf Statler 
Jack M Thorp 
Franklin T Ulman 
Paul A Wagner 
Barbara S Welliver 
Richard G Weslervelt 
Richard L, Wetzel 
Donald E Wissinger 



Class of 1951 

Ben C Alter 
Mary Snyder Barber 
Mary Lou Slater Barron 
June Klingler Biglien 
Marsh C Bogar 
Walter L Brandau 
Hazel Brobst Brown 
Jack A Brown 
Lyn Bailey D Alessandro 
Alice Yonghaus Davenport 
Nelda Shafer Davis 
W Donald Fisher 
William J Foster 
Martha Martin Gehns 
Lois Seybrecht Grund 
Jeanne Attinger Hassinger 
Robert J Henninger 
Janice Arner Himmelman 
Gerald E Moorhead 
Grace McKeever Newman 
Robert A, Pittello 
Martha Albert Putnam 
Manlyn Beers Reilly 
Carolyn McCahan Sheafter 
John R Steiger 
Jesse Stone 
Virginia Yinger Willke 
Flora Barnhart Wissinger 
Fancher E Wolfe 



Class of 1952 

Elinor Tyson Aurand 
Barbara Barnhart Bacher 
Elmer R. Baumgardner 
Robert O. Bogdanffy 
Vincent E Boyer 
Charles H Carr 
Voylet Dietz Carr 
Frank V Compton 
Gilbert O, Day, Jr, 
John E, Diehl 
Manlyn Kretz Fisher 
Gene J Flun 
C Dale Gateman 
Patricia F Heathcote 
John Horoschak 
Bernice Jochem Howling 
Richard L Kearns 
Helen Achenbach Keitel 
Kay LaRue Lauver 
Faye R Lewis 
Lorraine Rarick LiddJngton 
Don A Linn 
Ethel McGrath Meola 
Betty Pearson Messner 
Clair S Mitch 
James W Morns 
William E Nyer 
Miriam Vogler Olson 
Samuel Porter 



Kathleen Schnerr Price 
William H. Pnchard 
Lois Renter 
Chester G Rowe 
Lois Gordon Sleiger 
Felix J Torromeo 
David G. Volk 
G. Allan Vollmers 



Class of 1953 

Mary Brown Alter 
Harmon L Andrews 
Richard L Bidelspach 
Ruth Freed Bosch 
Marguerite Heflelfinger Budd 
Nancy McKinney Carmichael 
Elizabeth Burnham Chase 
Joseph Condon 
Madaline Lease Cook 
William C Davenport 
Lorraine Lee Davis 
Pamela McKegg Doney 
Donald H Foelsch 
Lois Fisher Frednckson 
V Carl Gacono 
Audrey Wegner Horoschak 
Edward P. Kopf 
Richard L Kreitner 
Caroline Rutherford Mason 
Charles N Mason, Jr 
Bettie Winey Moorhead 
Mary Dixon Nyer 
Kenneth E Orris 
Marvel Cowling Robinson 
Dorothy Apgar Ross 
Jane Wehr Scott 
Charles B. Shamp 
Dons Schweighofer Smith 
Charles A. Snyder 
M Josephine Stuter 
Ernest R Walker 
Joan Wiant Williamson-Clark 



Class of 1954 

Henry R. Albnght 

Irene Meerbach Anderson 

Ned M Arbogast 

Bruce T Bobb, Jr 

Manlyn Fetterolf Bowers 

Samuel Carmichael 

William C Church 

Bette Vincent Cooper 

Margaret Henderson Davenport 

James C Dell 

John A, Duceman 

Roy A Poor 

Nora Steinhards Galins 

John W Gass 

Marlin V Heffner 

Joanne L Heinly 

Walter R. Henry 

Ruth Baer Herbert 

Irene Oldt Muss 

Harold N. Johnson 

Dwight E Keener 

Shirley Thompson Khalouf 

Eleanor Borski King 

Edward E Lamb. Jr, 

Jean Rowe Lauver 

Lucian Smith Leach 

George Liddmgton 

Graydon I Lose 

Patricia Hess Manning 

Stanley S Manning 

Jane Cline Mickatavage 

Robert C Mickatavage 

Rebecca Shade Mignot 

Duane Mitchell 

Ruth E Osborn 

Alexander T Oshirak 

Jayne Daily Pettit 



Samuel D. Ross. Jr. 
Theresa Dipersio Salani 
John H Schraeder 
Arthur C Stamtel 
Louis A Szabo 
Shirley Still Torromeo 
Dorothy Sites Wagner 
Betty Weisenfluh Wallower 
Faye Kostenbauder Williamson 
Richard N Young 



Class of 1955 

Walter C Albert. Jr 
Barbara May Anoia 
James J Anoia 
Nancy Richards Benner 
Larry R, Bingaman 
Helen Williams Boyd 
Richard K Boyd 
Charles W Coates 
Kenneth F Erdley, Jr 
Shirley Decker Gateman 
Arlan K Gilbert 
Helen Griffiths Hendry 
Lana Fegley Henry 
Daniel O Hoy 

Mary Ann Bingaman Kleinlop 
Harry F Kocher, Jr 
Carol Cornelius Lamb 
W Deen Lauver 
Richard E McCarty 
Wayne E Miller 
Ruth Scott Nunn 
Annabelle Thomas Rogers 
Carlene Lamade Schock 
Franklin G Smith 
Nancy Hermann Snook 
Joanne Quick Spangler 
Merle F Ulsh, Jr 
William H Vanderhool 
Carl R Winey 
Margaret Wright Wolfe 
C W Ziegenfuss 



Class of 1956 

Sara Jane Fague Aucker 
Charles S Bailes 
Evelyn Herbstnth Baker 
Nancy Kline Bradshaw 
Charlotte Meerbach Bunke 
John C Bunke 
Henry S Cook 
William K Doney 
Claire Rosengarten Dromgoole 
Charlotte Sandl Erdley 
Richard Eysler 
Maurice R Feldman 
Marjone Kostenbauder Finley 
Robert L Hackenberg 
Jane Clark Hazen 
Ruth Brobst Johnson 
Alice Fellows Keener 
Winifred Bonsall Keiter 
Betsy Shirk Kirchner 
Clayton E Leach, Jr, 
Harry M Leister, Jr, 
Dons Moon Metcalf 
Helene A Nesller 
Jesse Newcomer III 
George W Orren, Jr. 
Diane Degelleke Ottman 
Nedebiah H Peck 
Nancy McCullough Saborio 
Ralph B Sheldon. Jr 
Joanne Mummert Spangler 
Sally Brown Sullivan 
Audrey Vollman Vanderhoof 
Elizabeth Ford Vandevander 
Selh P Wheeland 
Janet Gerner Yeich 
John D Yeich 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

15 



Class of 1957 

Lynn Hassinger Askew 
Jack K Bishop 
Elwood H Cox. Jr. 
Marion D Drumheller 
Ronald E Fouche 
Robert D Greco 
Jane Longenecker Gnm 
Park H Haussler 
Donald R Henninger 
Sandra Gilfillan Khuen-Kryk 
Earl F Kleinlop 
Clay L Lorah 
Suzanne Beal McCarly 
Peter M Nunn 
Nancy Forrest Peel 
George H Pospisil 
Edward R Rhodes 
Frank L Romano 
Suzanne Wahl Schaefter 
George F Schluchterer 
Barbara Boob Shaffer 
Stanley R Shilling 
Constance Hartman Solsky 
Dorothy Wardle Spencer 
Bessie G Trate 
Patricia A Walker 
Joan Raudenbush Wendel 
Erhard O Werner 
Leroy B WoUe, Jr 
Nancy Marek Wolfe 



Class off 1958 

Samuel S. Adams 

John H. Anthony 

Janice Paul Arcidiacono 

Fred J Chrvala 

Stanley E Decamp 

Burden S Faust 

Mary Lou Ernst Fonberg 

Barbara Enck Good 

Dons Keener Holcomb 

Vernon V Hoover 

Richard L Kisslak 

Alice Ann Patterson Leidel 

Robert E Lewis 

Dawn Douglas Liberman 

Mark S Lytle 

Lee Erholm MacKenn 

Flo Troutman Montgomery 

Nancy Bumbarger Peterson 

Janet Gordon Rutz 

Wayne Rutz 

Nancy Lockett Savage 

Mary Moore Schatkowski 

Jams Quigley Schluchterer 

Carolyn Gillaspie Snowi 

Jill Fuller Snyder 

Sara V Troutman 

Harry D Wagner 

Gail R Weikel 

Gail Woolbert White 

James W While 

Robert C White 



Class off 1959 

Ruth Coleman Acker 
Robert M, Anderson 
Gary E Aucker 
John T Baskin 
Julie Stauffer Bender 
Maureen Ball Breda 
Lester L Brubaker 
Carl R Catherman 
Jack E Cisney 
Lois Andren Denliker 
Robert L Fiscus 
Gerald O Fletcher 
Margaret Brubaker Gray 
Margaret Pattyson Greene 
Denece Newhard Haussler 
Roger A Holtzapple 



Carl A. Horslield 
Ruth Ross Inners 
Jams Adams John 
Nancy Eiserman Kelly 
Raymond J. Kersletter, Jr. 
Russell L McTague 
Russell P Menz 
Gladys Ransom Michel 
Susan Lehman Northrup 
Joseph Osinchak 
Sandra Meyer Osinchak 
Dale L. Patterson 
Eleanor K, Pourron 
Sidney F Richard 
Lester E. Rudislll 
Mar^-Margaret Overly Ruth 
Mahan Bowman Schrock 
Glenn R Showalter 
Janet Rohrbach Showers 
Nancy Altland Teng 
George H Thies 
Gene Witiak 
Clyde H Wood 
Ray J, Yeingst 
Judith Anderson Zucker 



Class off 1960 

Barry B. Bealor 
Nancy Phillips Bealor 
Harold E Bingaman 
Donald E Coleman 
Caroline Shryrock Conrad 
Michael F Fahey, Jr 
Helen Harding Ferraro 
Ralph W Ferraro 
Frances Wirt Fisher 
Donald M Gray 
Gary A Hackenberg 
C, Edward Huber 
Marilyn Faiss Johnson 
Ella Koch Kunkle 
Amos G Kunkle. Jr, 
James R Middleswarth 
Gloria Beaver Mincemoyer 
Stephanie Haase Moore 
Patricia Campbell Pelkey 
Sandra Risser Pesce 
Harry L Powers 
Richard Reichard 
Beverly Braun Rhodes 
James A Rhodes 
Ray E. Richie 
Allen I. Rowe 
Cleone Hohman Rudisill 
Denny R Shank 
June Nonnemacher Shank 
Ronald L. Smith 
Carol Daily Stierle 
James D. Strausser 
Jean Wenk Thurston 
Larry W Updegrove 
Willi K. E Weichelt 
Sara McCahan Williams 
Larry A, WIngard 
Virginia Alexander Yanchus 
John Yanuklis 
Sally Kehler Yates 



Class Off 1961 

Helen Rhoads Bingaman 
Patricia Ney Booth 
Roy H, Burns 
Lee R. Conrad 
Louis R Coons 
tviargaret Webb Coons 
Joan Brenneman Curtis 
Donald R Davis 
Nancy A. Davis 
Sandra Schell Deen 
Richard E Dernck 
Essene Harvey Finlaw 
Linda Traub Fiscus 
R. Allen Fiscus 



Theodore P. Fuhrer 
Paul W. Harter 
David Hutchison III 
Marlin A. Inch 
Thomas J. Keener 
William E, Kissinger 
Robert E. Leighty 
Linda K, Leonard 
Laurance W, Miller 
Gary L, Moore 
Sandra Brandt Richard 
Alfred G Shaffer III 
Raymond C Sharrow 
Virginia Kratz Sharrow 
Jack F. Snider 
Karen Goeringer Snider 
Janice Stahl Snyder 
Arlene Silber Thies 
Barbara Pontz Tolbert 
Stephen T Toy 
Ann Hewes Yanuklis 
Jocelyn Swope Zimmerman 
Paul P, Zimmerman 

Class off 1962 

John E, Albright 
Bette Davis Alleman 
Dorothy M. Anderson 
Elizabeth Hodges Bagger 
Bruce Banes 
Anne Ostheim Barnes 
Robert B Bechtel 
Leonard R Betkoski 
Sarah Blaskovitz 
Judith A, Blee 
Patricia Goetz Brenan 
Gloria Graybill Brubaker 
Leslie R, Butler 
Philip M, Clark 
Ned S Coates 
Lois Miles Curtis 
Charlotte Downer Epiey 
Elizabeth Phillips Fairbanks 
Fritz J. Fichtner, Jr. 
Sandra L, Forse 
Ronald I. Foye 
Joan Haefle 
Ronald C Hardnock 
Sharon Martin Hemmer 
Carl H Hitchner 
Phyllis Betz Johansen 
Kenneth D Keib 
Norman H Lauer 
Thomas E. Leiby 
Joan Lawley Leighty 
Maria Wermkowski Macfarlan 
Judith Arnold Mclntyre 
Dorothy Shomper McManus 
Jean Ewald Middleswarth 
Wayne H Minami 
Terry L, Moll 
Francis A, Nace 
Larry G. Richter 
Maureen Davenport Ries 
Robert A, Smith 
Jacqueline Gantz Smith 
John H Spillman 
Dorothy Hensel Swoboda 
Sandra Swab Testa 
Alan L Thomas 
Constance Leitner Trimble 
Susan E Turnbach 
Robert E, Valentine 
Alice Brown Wiser 
Audrey Kellert Yeingst 

Class off 1963 

Allen A Aungst 
Curtis W Barry 
Jay S. Berman 
Carol Gresh Black 
James C Black 
James A Blessing 
Carol Hertz Bowman 
James J. Campbell 



F. Thomas Casey 
Donald S Cornelius 
Jean Deebel DArconte 
Penelope Stamps Dagrossa 
Ann Neta Riesmeyer Danner 
Nel Keller Deardortt 
Harry B. Dietrich 
Patricia Brownell Dudley 
Fred Dunkelberger 
Carol Hirschmann Eisemann 
Carolyn Grabau Fishburn 
William K Fishburn 
Frederick I Fisher 
Darlene SIrockbine Gallagher 
James R. Gallagher 
Donna Robb Graybill 
David S. Hackenberg 
Linda Mack Heaton 
Joseph W. Herb 
James H, Herrold 
Elwood B Hippie, Jr, 
Jane Beers Holloway 
Glen B, Hosletter 
Lester F, Hummel 
Joseph R, Joyce 
Barry L Kauttman 
George W Kindon IV 
Jane Kump Kindon 
Joe W, Kleinbauer 
Carol Marburger Koch 
John H E, Krohn 
Peter H, Kuebler 
Lynn E, Lerew 
Marvin J, Malone 
Neal J, Markle 
Helen Adams McLean 
Clark R, Mosier 
Carl M Moyer 
Sandra Dunkle Nelson 
Joseph P, Perfilio 
Marilyn Vekassy Perfilio 
Ann Corson Pignatore 
John E Pignatore 
Kay M, Potts 
Cynthia Hoffman Priest 
Sarah Broscious Reitz 
Joyce Lundy Rhodes 
Carol Shesler Rowe 
Richard E, Rowe 
Sonja Ernst Sampsell 
Lynn G Sanberg 
Barbara Jordan Schenck 
Irene Etter Schmehl 
Judith Kipp Seaman 
Lee A Shamory 
Mary Weatherlow Shelley 
Samuel R, Shirey 
Georgiann Brodisch Skinner 
David A Smith 
Neil R Smith 
Linda Leach Spillman 
Margaret Sewell Stewart 
Biruta Aigars Strausser 
Robert J Summer III 
Jean Petticoffer Swann 
Emily Partridge Trautmann 
Rudolph J Van Der Hiel 
James D Van Zandl 
Nancy Hess Walker 
H, Nathan Ward 
Jeffrey G, Whitney 
Frank N Yaggi 



Class off 1 964 

Charles A, Adier. Jr 
Robert C Aerni 
Alfred A Ambrose 
Alan Bachrach 
Ann Spriggle Beaver 
Peler Beiger 
Bnan C, Bolig 
Paul H Bowman 
James R, Bramer 
Larry D Brenneman 
Frederick D Brown 
Dons Hoffman Casey 



Donna Zeilman Chestnut 
Lynn Plister Curtin 
Thomas H, L, Curtis 
Sandra Haney Day 
Gene H, Dechert 
Barbara Sugg Forry 
Warren W, Gass 
William A, Gerkens 
Judith Bollinger Gruber 
Robert B, Hancock 
Sarah E, Hannum 
George E, Hams IV 
John K, Hedler, Jr, 
Eleanor L, Heishman 
Fred G Hershey 
Harvey A, Horowitz 
Richard E, Howe. Jr, 
Shirley Garrison Hutchings 
Alfred W, Jacobs. Jr, 
Michael L, Johnston 
William B, Jones 
Carol Bollinger Joyce 
Lawrence S, Kachelriess, Jr, 
Grace Simmgton Karschner 
P, Wayne Kauffman 
Alan L, Kiel 
George A, Kirchner 
Lori Border Kissinger 
Barbara Stockalis Labanosky 
Frank J, Leber 
Richard E, Linder 
William E, Lindsay 
Karen M. Loeffler 
Dorothy Canfield Marshall 
Irving H, Menivin 
Ralph J, Meyer 
Martha Sue Detjen Moll 
Kenneth A Mutzel 
Arlene Roberts OHara 
Joseph OHara 
Louis D, Neil 
Carol Wallding Osadchey 
Samuel A Padula. Jr, 
Judith A. Rothermel 
Michael E, Rupprecht 
Bruce T, Sabin 
James F, Sandahl 
Clark B, Schenck. Jr, 
Patricia Taylor Schmidt 
Richard A, Seaks 
Susan Chapman Seaks 
Lawrence E, Shaffer 
Linda Romig Shea 
Robert Y Silar 
Lawrence A, Skinner 
Linda Scharff Smith 
Sally Baskin Snauffer 
Joseph A. Snyder. Jr, 
Gary W, Stone 
Ann Latimer Strate 
Harry C, SIrine III 
Nancy Zook Suloman 
Robert A, Suloman 
James W, Summers 
Judith Barlett Verrastro 
John M, Vought. Jr 
Marjorie Rayner Waer 
H, Louise Hoch Watson 
Jeffrey R Weichel 
Walter Woernle. Jr, 



Class Off 1965 

June Lawrence Alter 
James F App 
Mary Close Bacon 
Dorothy Woolley Baron 
Daniel V Bevilacqua 
Betsy Bunting Bolger 
Stacey L, Bottiger 
Arthur F, Bowen 
Adele Breese 
Peter M, Buchheil 
Carl L, Campbell 
Michael C, Carr 
Nancy Corson Carter 
Richard E Caruso 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

16 



Bonnie Baum Castellion 

Lynne Richmond Cilli 

Linda Cole Conine 

Walton R, Gueman 

Lewis H Darr 

Mary Snyder Davis 

Thomas E Endres 

Larry G. Erdman 

Paul W Ernst 

Frances Ray Faylor 

Richard T Fenstermacher 

Paul G Filipek 

George W Fishel. Jr 

Muriel Hartline Folk 

William P Forli 

Peter A Freimanis 

Ronald D Gilbert 

Helen Bachman Grimm 

Richard W Hater 

Robert K Hamme 

Gary E Hart 

Paul V Hartman 

Cortland M Hatfield 

Waller J Henss 

H Brentwood Henzel 

Harold J Hershey 

Dolores Greenig Hiles 

Katharine Fairty Hughes 

R Alexander B Jervis 

Bonnie L Johnson 

Mary Lou West Johnson 

Richard S Karschner 

Dawn Fife Kinard 

Carol Cox Kirchner 

Judith Bair Klinger 

Miiton M Kuhn 

Carolyn Tweed Leap 

William T Lewis 

Sally Schnure Lindsay 

Viclona S Long 

E Ann Gerding Lynch 

Meredith Wright fvlartin 

Milton H Maslin. Jr 

Richard B Meserole 

Edith Godshall Messerschmidt 

Carl F Miller 

Catherine Etter Miller 

Wayne W Miller 

Dennis R Mychak 

Shirley Greco Mychak 

Thomas L Myers 

Ronald E Oehlert 

Thomas M PeischI 

F David Pennypacker 

Susan C Petrie 

John W Pfrommer 

Edward J Pokornicky 

Suzanne Tomasko Power 

Bonnie Bucks Reece 

Eric L Reichley 

Daniel C Remler 

Linda Cathcart Richards 

Leslie Bndgens Sabin 

Steven L Seilz 

Daniel R Seyss 

John H Shaw III 

William G Straus 

Pamela Dick Streamer 

Barbara Evans Summers 

R Brent Swope 

Jane Campbell Thomas 

William A Vogel 

Christy Lynch Vogelsang 

William R Walker 

Paul Walser 

Mary Bagenstose Waltman 

Priscilla Limbert Watson 

Karl E Westerville 

David M Wilkinson 

Dennis E Willman 

Christopher L Winters 



Class of 1966 



Mary List Baird 
Larry D Bashore 
Priscilla Clark Bashore 



Elizabeth Braun Beatlie 
Leanne Shaw Belletti 
Susan Bannister Boone 
Barbara Miles Bramer 
Robert J Campbell 
Nancy Nelson Cane 
Judith Beery Carter 
Randolph A. Coleman 
Myrna Lee Corson 
Ann McAuiiffe Darr 
Richard D. Davidson 
Sue C Davis 
Holly Grove Delaney 
Charles F Devlin, Jr. 
Manlyn E. Eck 
Ronald R Emerick 
David L Eyster 
Wayne H Fisher 
Linda Wertz Forster 
Carolyn German Fox 
Joan Duke Freimanis 
J. William Gagne. Jr. 
Larry A Giesmann 
Ann GriHith Gilbert 
Christopher J Gipe 
James W Good 
Margaret Lauver Harris 
O, Evan Hartenstine 
Brenda Gerhart Hayasaka 
Lynn Burgee Henss 
Melinda Karns Hummel 
Penelope Hartwig Jansmann 
R. Peter Johnson 
Claudia Whilaker Keller 
Fredenck W Kelly. Jr 
Carol Shupe Keyser 
Donald S King 
Ernest H Kohlstruk 
Judith Hawk Lasley 
Judith McGowin Lattanzio 
Susann McAuiiffe Lucas 
Robert J Luth 
Edwin M Markel. Jr, 
Margaret Kaufman Markle 
Rebecca Carson McCaughey 
Jelson R McCleary 
William McLaughlin 
Joan L Meisenhelter 
Stephen D Melching 
Joanne Drake Morris 
Margaret Jager Nance 
Barbara Reynolds Nelson 
David C Newhart 
Ted F, Oswald 
Richard Pawioski 
Gertrude Walton PeischI 
Ralph E. Purpur 
Nancy Elston Richardson 
John D, Roberts 
David A Sales 
Gary Scheib 
Joanne Bnnk Scheib 
Samuel A Stauffer 
Richard H Streamer 
M. Lynn Oelkers Talbot 
Richard Talbot 
Gretchen Gochnour Thiele 
Gilbert Tietz 
John C Troutman 
Patricia Bradway Valentine 
Margaret Orth Van Name 
Carole Summer Ward 
Cheryl Spalding Wright 
Lois Swartz Yingling 
Suzanne Springer Zeok 

Class of 1967 

Anthony C Adamopoulos 
Susan Brumfield Ambacher 
J Robert Arthur 
Eleanore Finnegan Ball 
Charles S Bender II 
Clowie McLaughlin Bennett 
Ellen Comey Bennett 
Franklyn M Bergonzi 
Walter H Biedermann 
Virginia M Biniek 



F Kent Bonney 
John W Bottger 
Bruce S Brown 
Janet McAfee Brown 
Donna Ake Burkholder 
Anthony J Costello 
Karen Hardy de Launer 
Shirley A Dickau 
Dwight E. Dickensheets 
Frederick L Dudley 
Cynthia Gulp Fad 
Edward J Forrest 
Joanne Hiatt Fowler 
Robert B Fowler 
Chartes B France 
Mary Drake Franco 
Jean Wilkinson Gagne 
Barry I Gehnng 
Carolyn Ruocco Grimes 
Barbara Letcher Grula 
Penney Graham Gustafson 
Jennifer Hawiey Hamme 
Barbara Mundy Hearn 
Donna Garver Henry 
Russell C Hermann 
Paula Woodruff Hill 
ByrI W. Himelberger. Jr 
Richard R. Hough, Jr 
Rosemary Robinson Hough 
Barbara l<aufmann Huber 
Louise Higley John 
Robert M Jones 
David M. Kaplan 
Edna Fricker Katz 
David H Kehler 
Andrea Schumann Keim 
John D. Keim, Jr, 
James E Keller 
Dean R Kennedy 
Dianne Gooderham Knorr 
Jeannette Moyer Kowell 
Mary Clukey l<rackow 
Billie Eby Kramer 
William D Kramer 
Karen Rowe Kucharik 
William F Livengood 
Ruth Gearhart MacEra 
Bernard J. Manney. Jr, 
Thomas C Maran 
Terry L, March 
Joan Buck Markley 
Frank D Marsh 
Peter C, Marshall 
Christine V, Mayo 
Gail Spory McPherson 
Carolyn Wahler Miller 
Kathryn Zwicker Miller 
Robert R, Miller 
Christine Groth Murow 
Diane Heller Nixon 
John A. Norton 
Nancy V. Orr 
Diane Hillegass Pawioski 
Marjorie Mack Pearson 
Nicholas Prusack II 
James R. Reaser 
Richard Roesler, Jr. 
Nancy Baker Rosen 
Kenneth Sausman, Jr. 
Chnstine Schlichting 
Gary R Seifert 
Manan L. Shatto 
Margaret A Shields 
Robert C. Snyder 
John J Stankiewicz 
Sandra Crowl Stover 
Maxine Lentz Thumser 
Richard S Trostle 
Roger G Van Deroel 
Eileen Worrell Vogel 
Linda Kauffman Vorce 
James B. Wagner. Jr, 
Arthur H, Walkley IV 
Ronald W Williams 
Richard S Wolf 
Vaughn A Wolf 
Ronald J Yevitz 
William L, Yingling 
William E Zick 



Class of 1 968 

Karalee Butlorff Ameel 
Dennis M, Baker 
Robert E Ball, Jr 
Martin W Banschbach 
Peggy Gilbert Beck 
W Dean Bickel 
David P Bingaman 
Terry R Bossert 
James E Bowman. Jr 
William R Brower 
Arline Davis Burbank 
Albert W Byrnes 
Evelyn Smith Caranchinl 
Alison Townsend Carbaugh 
Sally Feitig Caruso 
Elizabeth Charles 
Samuel D Clapper 
James L Clark 
Robert B Donmoyer 
Arthur D Ebersberger 
Marilyn Moritz Elam 
Constanline C Exarchos 
Gwen Henneforth Fitch 
Ruth A Flanders 
Daniel M Fornataro 
Robert E. Forse 
Harold F Geise 
Sally Curnow Gilbert 
H Donald Glaser, Jr 
Lester E Goodman II 
Gail E Graham 
Frank C Grenoble. Jr. 
Janet Fowler Grey 
John R Gnffiths 
Willard M Grimes III 
Robert W Hadlield 
Jimmy H Hall 
Samuel J Halpern 
Elizabeth Frost Hardie 
John Havas 
Robert A, Heinbach, Jr. 
Barbara Brought Hernandez 
Henry H Herrington 
Ruth Seigfned Himmelberger 
Richard A Hutter 
Barry R Jackson 
Denise Horton Jackson 
Pamela Vandyke Jalbert 
Catherine Strese Jarjisian 
Benjamin L Jones 
Sally Dries Jones 
Elizabeth Elmer Kaufmann 
Robert J King 
Carol Sutcliffe Kramer 
Beniamin Larzelere III 
Victor J Lazarow 
Barbara A Leonard 
William A Lewis. Jr 
Joan Seabrook Linn 
Thomas R Long 
Nicholas A Lopardo 
Joanne Romano Lucas 
Jerome E Lynch 
Ellen Biers Markel 
Leonard J Marzano 
Katharine Beard McClenathan 
Marsha Tamke McHenry 
Charles H McLeskey 
Thomas R Milbrand 
Trudy Miller Miner 
Gerald J Miskar 
Laura Scaife Moyer 
Dawn Gngg Mueller 
Johanna Sheese Murray 
Alexander A Nash, Jr, 
Karen Geiger Nash 
Barbara Smith Norton 
Donald P Orso 
Mary Ann Carpenter Orso 
Ann Griffin Overholt 
John C Paterson, Jr 
Dianne Harshman Patterson 
Kathleen Livingston Peck 
Susan Sarbacher Pence 
Richard G Poinsett 
Joanne Goglia Reinhart 



Sarah Gait Riddle 
Mary Ingram Ritsert 
Nancy Rickenbaugh Rolain 
Chartes J Romberger 
Janet Schmaltz Ross 
Robert L Russell 
Frank J Sawicki 
Robert W Schiipp 
Betsy Klose Selinger 
Kenneth R Selinger 
Ann M Sheppard 
Ann Stauffenberg Southwell 
Norrine Bailey Spencer 
Richard D Spotts 
Kenneth Stark 
Ernest M Stauffer 
Cheryl R Stickle 
Nancy Oliver Straus 
Frederick R Swavely 
Sally Claycomb Townsend 
Catharine Michener Tunis 
Jean Sawyer Twombly 
David S Unger 
Sharon Fetteroll Vak 
Stephen M Vak 
Dennis L Van Name 
Robert C Vogel 
Nan Weller 

Patricia Mehrer Williams 
Suzanne Yenchko 

Class of 1969 

John C. Arthur 
James L, Ayers 
Rickey L Bair 
Robert F Balliet, Jr 
Keith H Bance 
Bronwyn Tippett Bauer 
Gary E Baylor 
Donald O Bensinger 
Keith W Betten 
Munel Black Betten 
Gerald L, Book 
Barry E Bowen 
Willard J Bowen 
John L Boyer 
Kathanne S Bressler 
John D Bronneck 
James C Brown 
Robert J Chonko 
Barbara Hogg dayman 
Howard R Collins 
Alan H Cooper 
Daniel M Corveleyn 
Donald L Craver 
Waller W Custance, Jr. 
Virgil Franks Davala 
Peter W Oelin 
Barbara Hitchens DePerro 
Robert D DiPietro 
Michael E Dreyfus 
David M Dumeyer 
Thomas C Eggleston III 
Thomas Etzweiler 
Nancy Comp Everson 
Carol Reese Feister 
John C Flohr II 
Philip D Fowler III 
Martha Imhol Frantz 
William J Freed, Jr. 
Gary R Gilbert 
Richard W Grey 
Robert E Guise 
William B Hamaker 
Nancy Waick Hanlord 
Claire Smith Hanson 
Nancy Cary Hams 
Paul D Harro 
Victoria Fay Heberlig 
Wendy Evans Herrington 
John F Hilbish 
Susan Stephan Hill 
Michael J Hoover 
Susan Agoglia Ivovich 
Ingnd Grodem Jacobus 
Peter G Jarjisian 
Robert O Jesberg, Jr. 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

17 



David B Johnson 
Patrrcia Drumm Jones 
Margaret Heil King 
Paulette Keller Knauer 
Chnsline Richards Kyse 
Barry R. Landis 
Beverly Steeley Larzeiere 
Anne Heimbach Lawrence 
Margaret Knouse Lewis 
Heisler H Linn, Jr 
Lam Pyles MacAnifl 
Judith Wittosch Malcolm 
Holly Ford Marsh 
Joann Lester Maucher 
Virginia Carlson McKenzie 
William H Medlicott 
Gary W Metza 
Gary T. Miner 
Robert G Monahan 
Susan Gral Montgomery 
Sheila Mahon Morgan 
Susanne Kahn Mullin 
J Richard Oliver 
Donna Byrd Onasch 
James W Page 
Donald W Peppier. Jr 
Carol Riley Pfeifer 
Richard F Pleiler 
Linda laeger Poinsett 
Dennis M Pritts 
Philomena Quattrocchi 
Robert H Ray 
Beverly Dato Reber 
Robert D Reber, Jr, 
Nancy Haas Reese 
Kurt Reinhart 
Edwin G Rohde 
Dean S Ross 
Richard F Saylor 
Margaret McCracken Schiipp 
Edward R Schmidt 
Robert F Scholield. Jr 
Richard W Semke 
Thomas W Shade, Jr 
Catherine Martin Shaw 
Ronald R Shaw 
W Stevens Shipman 
Glen A Sholl 
Priscilla Edwards Slack 
Meredith P Smith, Jr 
Robert X Spero 
Linda Gnll Stankiewicz 
David C Sleften 
Enc N Stem 
W Allan Todd 
Shirley Jones Vincent 
Donald H Wilson 
Ronald J Wilko 
Michael J Wolf 
Elsbeth H. Wrigley 
Robert E Yerger 
Karen Pfleger Zygan 



Class of 1970 

Sarah Landis Arthur 
Paul W Bankes 
David A Barber 
Marcia Graetf Bell 
Margaret Harns Biesecker 
Martha Barker Blessing 
Kathleen Van Order Bowen 
Charles A Brophy 
David P Brougham 
Phillip G Buchanan 
Robert G Carolhers 
Nancy Lockhart Chonko 
Robert L Clyde 
Laurine Longfield Cooke 
William D, Cooke 
Karen Kister Corveleyn 
Michael A Cummins 
Edmund G Dale 
Ruth Zimmerman Dennis 
Henry J DePerro, Jr 
David M Dolinsky 
June Yennie Oonmoyer 




Steven E Dubs 
Robert R Dunn III 
Sharman Levan Ebbeson 
Sue E Ebling 
Donna Zierdt Elkin 
Robert F Everson 
Michael R Fenstermacher 
Lynn Scheirer Fulop 
Gregory E Galano 
Brian W. Gallup 
Keith Gaugler 
Sandra Bahn Gingerich 
Harnet Burger Griffith 
Linda Rolston Gutowski 
Donald C Hamlin 
Christian B Harns 
Robert B. Heinemann 
Anne J Herrington 
James K, Hill 
Wayne D, Hill 
Robert G Hochstuhl 
Gregg A, Hodgdon 
H. Louis Horner, Jr 
Cheryl Snyder Huber 
Peggy Dotterer Jacob 
Richard M Jacobson 
Jay E James 
Ronald E. Johnson 
Peter C Jones 
Carl L Kautfman 
Linda Perry Kindsvater 
John H Klemeyer 
Barry R Klock 
H. Laurence Kyse 
John S Leonard 
Bonnie Eiker Lightcap 
Barry I Llewellyn 
Lloyd O Lohmeyer III 
Alan C Lovell 
Karen Emiey Lubrecht 
Gerald Malasheskle 
Gail D Mason 
William C. Merz 
Mary Frances Lenker Miller 
Ruth Stambaugh Mills 
Bonalyn A Mosteller 
Miriam Mangle Moyer 
Ray A, Moyer 
Eloise Jury Myers 
James R Nace 
H Gerald Nanos 
James C Packard 
Marina Sinanoglou 
Papaconstantinou 



Alan F Pawlenok 
Emily Lees Peachey 
John R Pendill 
Terry E Phillips 
Ward Plummer, Jr, 
Carol Scherb Ray 
Deshler S Schenck 
Edward J Scherer 
Judy Hoffman Schmidt 
Jane Malanchuk Schuessler 
Karen Prugh Shade 
Bonnie J Shockey 
Carol Snook Stark 
Barbara Latsha Stern 
Loreen Wimmer Stout 
David E Teets 
Frank J Trembulak 
Susan B Twombly 
J Thomas Uhler 
Edwin C. Van Cott 
Louis A Vermillion 
David B, Werner 
Jane C. Wilson 
Ann Ruth Wolfe 
Thomas D Wolfe 
Lynn Fitch Wolfrom 
Dorothy Pulst Wright 
Elizabeth Stem Zurich 



Class of 1971 

Kenneth W Albiston 
Donald T Auld, Jr. 
Judith G Avery 
Pearl C. Barabas 
Craig K Benzenberg 
Janet Johnson Bielicki 
Jams Egan Bigelow 
Albin F Blom 
Susan Rafer Bobinyec 
Barry T Boblick 
Edward W Bogner 
Elizabeth Varner Borger 
Patricia A Bowman 
Ralph F Buchspics, Jr 
Donald J Campbell 
Roger P Cheney 
Nancy Fannger Cressman 
Robert A. Dachik 
David J Deak 
Cynthia Fnshkorn Deik 
Donald H Dieker 



Candace Kuckens DiPielro 

Ann Hiibish Eckman 

Jil! Heffelfmger Evans 

Margaret C Fisher 

John G, Foos 

Anne L. Ford 

David C Prey 

Jacqueline Oshea Galano 

Whitney A Gay 

Sandra H, Goodenough 

Joel K, Gordon 

Jeffrey L. Goria 

Cozette Hartman Haggerty 

David W Hahn 

Linda M Haughton 

Janet Oberholtzer Haupt 

George W. Herrold 

Roberta Schroeder Hill 

Donald B. Hill II 

Joan Dundore Hood 

Linda Mauk Hoover 

Peggy Haas Howell 

Janet Goodyear Jacobson 

Paul J. Keturakis 

Linda Maier Klemeyer 

Signe Gates Knock 

David H Koppenhaver 

Robert C Krafft 

Ronald A. Kramer 

Karen Nobel Kupp 

Ellen Mizzoni Lake 

Kathie J Lang 

Rolla E Lehman III 

Philip R. Libby 

John B. Lippmcott 

Jean McEvoy Llewellyn 

Linda Nansteel Lovell 

Patricia G. Lundholm 

Judy Bistlme Lyman 

Thomas M. Lyons 

David W Madison 

L Phihp Mahler III 

Phyllis ReinhardI Malasheskie 

Charlene Stoner Maue 

Frederick R Maue 

Donald W McClain 

Carol Lesher Miller 

Irving A. Miller III 

David J. Mitten 

Thomas M. Nead 

Bonnie Becker Oliver 

Karen L Olson 

Denny Packard 

Michael J Petron 



Kathy Fairchild Phillips 

James E Pnce 

Rebecca Yarnell Pnce 

G Tina Scott Purdy 

Gregory A. Reppa 

Mane Morgan Riss 

Norma McElhaney Romberger 

David A. Rosborough 

Jeffrey A. Roush 

John W. Ruhl 

Cathenne Rogers San Filippo 

Phihp E San Filippo 

Lisa Deamer Sawyer 

Michael F. Scavone 

David G. Schwalm 

Louise Hiller Sharbaugh 

N Dennis Simmons 

Deborah Devenney Spinney 

Peter M Stenzhorn 

Nancy Robinson Stephan 

Mark L Stevens 

Charles N. Tannery. Jr. 

Alice Henick Thomas 

Elinor M Thompson 

Merrill W, Tilghman. Jr, 

Donald L Van Gilder 

Kenneth J Vermillion 

Roxane Havice Vermillion 

Lynne Kastrup Villarreal 

Craig W Weber 

John T Wheaton 

Jeffrey S Witle 

Beverly Stock Wolf 

John W- Woodward 

Randall D, Yoder 



Class Of 1972 

Richard C, Abbott 

Louise Brophy Arnold 

Ellen Presty Ashworth 

Sharon Witteck Austin 

Charlene Moyer Bance 

Brenda Armstrong Bartholomew 

Richard A Bechtel 

Stephen H, Bender 

Alan M. Bennett 

Dale F Biesecker Jr, 

Timothy W Bingman 

Dwighl C, Blake 

Susan Siegrist Blake 

Thomas A Bohner 

Jane Schnader Bomberger 

David A, Borden 

Carolyn Walker Bridget! 

Michael K, Brown 

Joan Finsen Brown 

Linda Kline Bugden 

Paul A, Cam 

Michael R Chromster 

Janean Clare 

Robert F Cloud 

R Scott ConanI 

Louise Hower Costello 

June Ross Coyle 

John D Crusius 

Stephen L Decker 

Sandra McDermotl Dolinsky 

R. Daniel Doudt 

Glenn H Downing 

David S Dunn 

J. Gregory Dye 

Andrea Licciardello Endrusick 

James L Endrusick 

Larry L. Eppley 

Diane Kelley Evans 

Mary C Eager 

George A Pecker 

Richard A Frank 

Gail A Pullman 

James R Gable, Jr, 

Jeanne Yost Gallagher 

Joseph X Gan/ey, Jr, 

Susan Wright Geiger 

Tamea Jones Giacomelli 

Timothy J, Gotwald 

Nancy Porch Hafner 



SUSQUEHANNA 

ALUMNUS 

18 



Wendy Lovgren Halliburton 
Darcy Jones Hamlin 
Laurie H Hart 
Alison Peine Heinzel 
William H Henschke, II 
Charles F Hinderliter 
Steven M Hoffman 
Dale E Hoke 
Edward S. Horn. Jr 
Pamela Dolin Horn 
Craig W Hutchison 
Michael J Huth 
Kimberly Y Jones 
Jeffrey C Karver 
Chnstine Rogers Kindon 
Robert M Kindon 
Thomas P King 
Carol Sensenig Klein 
Joseph F Klein, Jr 
Edmund P Kling III 
Bonny Ensinger Klinger 
William C Knauer 
David C Koch 
John C. Kupp III 
Cheryl Hughen Lathrop 
George R, Laufenberg 
Brian E. Lewis 
Wendy fvlohr Lewis 
Chnstopher A. Lodewyks 
Bradley E Lord 
Lauren Tweed Lyons 
David W, IVIangle 
Robert W Ivlaucher 
Brian D IVIcCartney 
Jane Brockway f^cClain 
Janice IVIcCullough tvlertz 
Pamela Norton Ivlitchell 
Joseph B fvlontgomery 
James Z (Morehouse 
Jan F fvlroz 
Peter W tulurcott 
James E Murray 
Saren Alexander Murray 
Priscilla Gillespie Nagy 
Frederick G Neece 
Michael C Oakes 
Leonie Delong Otto 
Craig R Penniman 
Harold W Peterson 
Arlene Arndt Philippoff 
Randall D Reber 
Doreen Bolton Rehrig 
Coleen Warn Renshaw 
Mark W Richards 
William H Rouse 
Daniel C Scaff 
Rebecca Schumacher 
Chester D Schuman 
Pamela Miller Schuman 
Lynne Colombo Schwartz 
Sandra Douglas Sheridan 
Robert C Shiffer, Jr 
Debra Plunkett Smith 
Stanley T Snyder 
Susan Hancock Storch 
Jane Allan Sullivan 
Linda Thomas Tamer 
William W Them 
Frederick M Topper 
Scott C Truver 
Mary Deveau Ulatowski 
Lynn Whittlesey Wilson 
Gail Alwine Woods 
Carl C. Yingiing 



Class of 1973 



Kathleen Gloster Bond 

William E. Bond 

Jay M- Boryea 

Alice Shue Boustead 

Jeanne R. Boyer 

Ray H, Boyer 

Robert M Brenneman 

Linda Herroi