Moravian College Magazine Fall 2013
New Beginnings: People, Pianos & Technology.
FALL 2013 Moravian New Beginnings: People, Pianos & Technology Moravian College Gifts Report Moravian Moravian College students watch as the last Steinway piano is moved into the Brethren’s House, cementing the College’s status as an ‘All-Steinway’ campus in August. Read more about this achievement on page 10. fall 2013 2 Prelude: Pamela Rea ’90 ‘I Take Moravian with Me Everywhere I Go’ 4 President’s Letter Grigsby Pens First Message to Alumni 9 Q&A with Ken Rampolla ’79 Board of Trustee Chair Shares His Vision 10 An Investment in Excellence College Becomes an ‘All-Steinway’ Campus 12 ‘Science on Display’ Collier Hall Renovations Completed in Time for Semester 14 Moravian Effect – Laura Smith ’09 Alumna Sets Off on Her Own Path, Visiting Spain, Alaska and now Seattle 5 16 44 45 Out & About Moravian’s Gifts Report Greyhound Sports Alumni News 47 Class Notes Moravian College Magazine: Tommy Kopetskie, editor; Mark J. Fleming, sports editor; Christie Jacobsen ’00, web manager; Susan Overath Woolley, director of publications; Michael P. Wilson, director of public relations and marketing. Photography: John Kish IV Alumni Relations: Patricia Murray Hanna ’82, assistant director; Barbara Parry, administrative assistant. Copyright 2013 by Moravian College. Photographs and artwork copyright by their respective creators or by Moravian College. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reused or republished in any form without express written permission. Cover: Accompanied by Moravian undergraduates Elyssa Deeb ’14 and Izel Dickerson ’16, President Bryon Grigsby takes his greyhound Mo for a walk in front of Comenius Hall. PHOTO BY JOHN KISH IV prelude Stories from the Moravian community << Moravian taught me how to reach for the stars so to speak, that anything I set my mind to was achievable. >> 2 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 ‘I Take Moravian with Me Everywhere I Go’ Alumna Pilot Found Courage to Succeed on Campus By Pamela Rea ’90 You might think that a degree in journalism is a strange route to becoming an airline pilot. You’d be right, but there is no one clear path to the profession. Some go the military route, some actually get degrees in aviation, and the rest of us attend a flight school associated with an airport. Since I didn’t decide on an airline career until the end of my junior year of college, it eliminated most options besides flight school. During the second semester of my junior year at Moravian, I studied abroad in London. That’s where I got my traveling bug and began thinking about a career spent seeing the world. At that time, I had become very disenchanted with my choice to study journalism and was starting to weigh my options. Flying became an obvious choice as I came from a family full of pilots. My father and two uncles were airline pilots and another uncle was an airline flight instructor. But it wasn’t until my mother suggested that I look into following in their footsteps that I even knew women flew commercially. After I graduated from Moravian in 1990, I enrolled at a local flight school owned by a coworker of my father’s. In the years since, I have earned more than 10 licenses and certificates, in addition to the six specific aircraft type ratings at United Airlines. For three years, I taught flying at the same school where I studied. I have flown commuter aircraft (they still had propellers when I was there), For the past 17 years, Rea has helped passengers of United Airlines see the world. cargo aircraft and now passenger jets. At different times, I have called New Jersey, Japan, Alaska, Chicago, Long Island, N.Y., and now northern Virginia home. Currently, I fly to Kuwait, Dubai, Frankfurt, London, Beijing, Tokyo and Brazil on the Boeing 777, carrying more than 300 passengers – depending on the seating configurations. As of this December, I’ll have been with United for 17 years. So what was Moravian’s effect on me? I take Moravian with me everywhere I go. Moravian taught me how to reach for the stars so to speak, that anything I set my mind to was achievable. The College provided the tools necessary for me to have the courage to think outside the box, and any other cliché that applies here. I became very brave at Moravian, which might seem strange considering the size of the school. But the opportunities I had, like studying abroad, internships and social groups, all brought me to this point. The College didn’t have an official study abroad program when I was on campus, so I found one through another university. I traveled to Haiti with Father Hurley and saw overwhelming poverty and the need to bear witness. I went after internships that didn’t exist beforehand. I wasn’t spoon fed anything and I’m glad for that. As a student, in the midst of classes and socializing, I never realized how much Moravian was shaping me into the person I would become. W A one-time journalism student, Pamela Rea ’90 transitioned into the family business, following her father and uncles into aviation. Twenty years later, Rea racks up thousands of miles a week flying to places like Dubai, London and Toyko. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 3 fromthePRESIDENT Dear Moravian Community, I am truly honored and humbled to serve my alma mater as its 16th president. Alma mater means soul mother, and I know each of you appreciates the varied ways this great college has made you the person you are and prepared you for the careers you enjoy today. Moravian remains committed to providing students with an exceptional liberal arts education that prepares them for the careers of the 21st century. To meet that goal, beginning with the class of 2014, we will be providing all students with a MacBook Pro and an iPad. This will level the playing field for students so that regardless of a student’s financial resources, he or she will have an outstanding tool for use in academic pursuits. Also, the MacBook runs multiple operating systems, so a business student may use Windows, a computer science student may use Linux, and a music major can use Mac OS. The goal is to ensure all students leave with the technology skills they will need in their careers. Over the next few months and years, you will also hear about what we are terming the “New American Liberal Arts College.” For us, this means a college dedicated to enriching students’ lives through the liberal arts while truly preparing them for the careers of the 21st century. In the liberal arts, we are working on creating new and innovative internships. We are asking what types of careers are of interest to the English, history and political science majors and how do we prepare them best for those careers? In the professional programs, we are expanding our undergraduate research opportunities so that the students in nursing, business or education who want to go to graduate school will be ready. In this magazine, you will hear from exceptional alumni who were able to take the skills acquired at Moravian and apply them to new and innovative careers. President Grigsby with Moravian’s No. 1 Greyhound, Mo This includes Pam Rea (also of the class of 1990!), who serves as a pilot, and Ken Rampolla ’79, our chairman of the Board and president of Responsive Marketing Inc. All of you know Moravian provides an exceptional education and career preparation. Forbes recently ranked Moravian’s return on investment at 6.8%, and 90% of our students report being in graduate school or employed 10 months after graduation. Be proud of Moravian for she is preparing the next generation. None of this would be possible if it were not for the support we receive from alumni, parents and friends. Thank you to all those listed in this magazine for your gifts that truly make a difference in the lives of our students. Bryon L. Grigsby ’90 President 4 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 out&about Fall Convocation Speaker Charges Audience to Pursue Wisdom The new academic year and the IN FOCUS year of Health Care officially began Sept. 12 with Fall Convocation and a thought-provoking keynote address by Paul Root Wolpe, a renowned bioethicist, Paul Root Wolpe addresses the crowd during Moravian College’s Fall Convocation held in Johnston Hall Sept. 12. sociologist, educator, writer and researcher. A senior bioethicist at NASA, among might have seemed ripped from a science fiction novel other appointments, Wolpe examined the years ago. He even hypothesized that in the not-to-disethical implications of new science and technology tant future we might reconstruct a mammoth, extinct on today’s – and tomorrow’s – society during his for more than 4,000 years, or grow human organs talk, titled “Re-Creation: The Biotechnological for transplantation use. These results come with Restructuring of Life.” enormous responsibility. “There’s no question that the dizzying “These kinds of developments have propace of technological change seems to found implications for the future of human drag us along in its wake,” Wolpe said. beings as a species; they raise important “It seems that we are always trying to ethical and social questions,” Wolpe said. play catch up to the new technologies.” He instructed students to use their time On the encouraging side, in the life in college not to just gain knowledge, but sciences, our society is “on the brink of also pursue wisdom. Through the resulting abilities that were almost unimaginable a mindfulness, “we will find out how to guide these short time ago,” he added. powers of science and technology toward human Wolpe proceeded to delve into a handful of recent flourishing,” he concluded. advances the world has seen, including some that HAPPENINGS . . . FOR MORE DETAILS, SEE WWW.MORAVIAN.EDU/NEWS OR CALL 610-861-1300. November 8 Induction Ceremony At the Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Herbstman Award Ceremony, we celebrate our former Moravian student-athletes, coaches and teams. December 6 - 8 December 13 - 15 Vespers A beautiful Moravian Christmas tradition continues with vespers services. Call the Office of Institutional Advancement for information at 610-861-1336. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 5 out&about College Welcomes New President, Class of 2017 This fall, it was anything but just another start to the academic year as Moravian College kicked off its move-in and orientation weekend festivities with the annual College Community Colloquium, led by President Grigsby. In a crowded Foy Hall, he recapped his first two months at the helm, detailing the progress the President’s Council made in preparation for the start of his tenure. One day later, President Grigsby accompanied student organizations and athletic teams in assisting this semester’s first-year students into their new homes. Once the mini fridges and clothes were put away, the weekend continued with freshman convocation at Central Moravian Students were led by President Grigsby and Dean Nicole Loyd on a walk of the “Moravian Mile” on Aug. 24. The traditional walk starts at the 1742 oval located Church, the Class of 2017 Welcome Dinner at the corner of Locust and Monocacy Streets and follows the Moravian Mile in Johnston Hall, the “Moravian Mile” walk, down Main Street to the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus. Houndfest and the Class Crossing event marking the end of orientation. Throughout orientation weekend, as well as the start of the semester, President Grigsby’s canine companion, a greyhound appropriately named “Mo,” has been a constant, and welcoming, presence. MORAVIANBOOKSHELF n Sociology Professor Joel Nathan Rosen recently released a new book, A Locker Room of Her Own: Celebrity, Sexuality, and Female Athletes, profiling superstar female athletes and the obstacles they face in the public eye. This is the third volume of a collaborative series co-edited with David C. Ogden of University of Nebraska at Omaha, and published by University Press of Mississippi. With a team of contributors, including Moravian’s Martha Reid, professor of English, the book attempts to investigate female athletes and their celebrity status by analyzing the myths that surround them, delving into the role that nostalgia and collective memory play. n Inspired by his recent work as a newspaper columnist, Santo D. Marabella, professor of management, released his first book with a focus on renewing the energy in the workplace for the greater good of the employee and the business. The Practical Prof: Simple Lessons for Anyone Who Works! targets working adults – not just executives or managers, but anyone who works – providing “lessons” on how to succeed and enjoy managing yourself at work, or managing your workplace. n The playing field of economic research on athletics, particularly professional athletics, is dominated by men’s sports and the “big four”— football, baseball, basketball and hockey. In an effort to level the field, and promote a comprehensive economic analysis of women’s sports, Eva Marikova Leeds, associate professor of economics and business, co-edited Handbook on the Economics of Women in Sports. The collection of essays, published by Edward Elgar Publishing and co-edited by Michael A. Leeds, professor of economics at Temple University, uses current theoretical models and econometric tools to examine the legal, social and economic forces that affect the experiences of female athletes. 6 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 College Eyes Conversion to All-MacBook Pro, iPad Campus In an effort to level the technology playing field, the College will issue a MacBook Pro laptop and an iPad to all new undergraduate students entering in the fall of 2014 and embark on a plan to become an all-MacBook Pro campus. The new initiative aims to provide all students with 21st century knowledge and skills that will be transferrable to numerous careers. “Our goal is to provide students with the best in technology and collaborative learning tools to prepare them for their futures,” said President Grigsby. “We are developing an integrated mobile learning program that will transform the way students learn and professors teach.” Faculty members, who will be equipped with the same MacBooks and iPads as the students, will explore ways to make the best use of the technology in teaching both in and out of the classroom. The program will facilitate the “classroom flip” model of learning in which students access online lectures and resources outside of class, allowing professors to spend more time working directly with students in the classroom. Apple products were chosen for a variety of practical reasons including format versatility, hardware reliability, and software creativity. “The Apple platform can run Linux, Windows or iOS, giving faculty and students flexibility to work in the operating system that is best suited for their discipline,” said Scott Hughes, Moravian’s chief information officer. By providing new students with a 13-inch MacBook Pro and an iPad that will be covered by their tuition, the College will, in effect, be providing all students with equal access to technology, Hughes added. The College is working to finalize details on a plan that would allow current students to buy into the program. Going Google While the conversion to an allMacBook Pro, iPad campus will begin next fall, the College has already “Gone Google.” In July, all student email accounts were switched to MocoMail, powered by Gmail, a feature-filled email service that provides a bevy of exciting new apps. The transition, which had been planned for nearly two years, answers a call from Moravian’s student body. The transition to MocoMail significantly increased email and storage spaces, while also allowing students access to Google Calendar, Docs, Slides and Sheets, as well as nearly 80 other available apps. Faculty and staff will join the students on MoCoMail by the end of the fall 2013 semester. PHOTO BY MICHAEL WILSON FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 7 out&about Stowell Builds on Moravian’s Fulbright Tradition Rianne Stowell ’13, who graduated in May with two degrees (in neuroscience and Spanish), was selected for a Fulbright U.S. Student award for 2013-2014 to Spain. Her selection continues Moravian’s remarkable run earning Fulbrights, becoming the College’s eleventh person to win the prestigious award in the past 14 years. Currently in Seville, Spain, Stowell is conducting research in the University of Seville’s Department of Pharmacology, utilizing both of her undergraduate degrees. This is Stowell’s second stay at the University of Seville; she studied and completed an internship there for a semester as part of Moravian’s study abroad program through the Foreign Language Department. “Moravian inspired me to pursue this path by giving me the flexibility to earn two majors,” Stowell explained. After the Fulbright is complete, she will attend the University of Rochester to pursue a doctorate in neuroscience. New Programs, New Opportunities What’s the best way to calculate the campus’ interest in the new sports management track in the management major, which kicked off this fall semester? In hours, of course. It took just two of them for the track’s first course, “Mindfulness and Flow in Sport Organizations,” offered by Katie Desiderio, to close. In all, 31 students are enrolled in the class, preparing for possible careers within the sports management field or the broader business world. In addition to the Economics and Business Department’s sports management track, Moravian added the following academic programs this semester: pre-music therapy, public health (in partnership with East Stroudsburg University) and a defined pathway to a master’s degree in athletic training (also in partnership with ESU). The College’s pre-music therapy program is designed for students to go specifically from Moravian to a master’s program where an undergraduate music therapy degree is not required. Focusing on health education and health care administration, the College’s first cooperative program with ESU leads to a Bachelor of Science with a major in public health. Students complete half of their major courses at the ESU Bethlehem campus, and all other requirements at Moravian. The College’s other ESU partnership allows students, with a bachelor’s degree and completion of appropriate courses and GPA, to earn admission into ESU’s Master of Science program in athletic training. In addition to these new offerings, Moravian now offers an accelerated program in nursing for college graduates. Students with a bachelor’s degree in a nonnursing major can now earn a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing through a new 16-month program. Lastly, the College now provides a master’s degree program in health administration, the Lehigh Valley’s only master’s degree of its kind. ‘No Greater Teaching Honor in Psychology’ In recognition of “a psychologist who has a proven track record as an exceptional teacher of psychology,” the American Psychological Foundation (APF) presented Dana S. Dunn, professor of psychology and assistant dean for special projects, the 2013 Charles L. Brewer Award for Distinguished Teaching of Psychology this spring. “There is no greater teaching honor in psychology,” said Dunn on receiving the accolade. “This is touching and gratifying, and there are so many who would be viable candidates. This is a feather in Moravian’s cap. Most winners would be found in a research-based or state university, and this is an acknowledgement of the good things we do in small places.” 8 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 MCQ&A Ken Rampolla ’79 What does it mean to have an alumnus as Moravian College’s new president? And why did President Grigsby stand out during the presidential search process? For me, it just feels right to have Bryon back home. Having gone to Moravian, he understands what it means to be a part of this special community. He has that advantage. No one needs to explain to him who we are and what we want to be. But we didn’t pick Bryon because he was an alumnus. When we, the Board of Trustees, started this process, we didn’t go out looking for an alumnus, we were looking for the best president. He was the best person and candidate for the job by far. I’m excited for his return because I think he brings a great sense of energy and passion to the position. Q: A: NAME: Kenneth J. Rampolla ’79 TITLE: Chair of the Moravian College Board of Trustees EMPLOYMENT: President, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Responsive Marketing Inc. Biography FAMILY: Wife, Anne McCandless Rampolla ’79; daughter, Elizabeth; and son, Kenny MAJOR: Economics MISCELLANEOUS: A former scholar-athlete and four-year football letter winner; co-founded Blue & Grey Club; inducted into the Moravian College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2010 For you, what makes a Moravian education distinctive? What’s distinctive about my Moravian education is the intimate relationships I developed with faculty members as a student. I fondly remember having coffee and reading The Wall Street Journal four days a week with the late Dr. John Grencer, my economics professor. That’s the difference. What’s also important to me is that while we are the sixth-oldest college in America and an elite school, we aren’t elitist. I am proud to say that the first freshman class during my tenure as chair has nearly 30 percent first-generation students. That’s important to who we are. In your opinion, what is the greatest obstacle facing institutions of higher education today? How does Moravian overcome or meet this challenge? I think we must understand that we are a special business, and that we must provide real returns on the investment. We must treat our students as customers, making sure their experience is the best that it can be. It’s important that we do the best job we possibly can to deliver superior value to our students. Q: A: ardship from our alumni to this institution. As good as we are, I feel we should be much better, and I want us to reach our full potential. Why should fellow Moravian alumni reconnect with their alma mater? Our alumni should have this compelling desire to pay it forward, and I think a lot of them do. It’s our time to take the baton, to give back, and take Moravian to the next level. My wife, Anne, and I give back because it is a way to say “thank you” to all the professors, coaches and staff who gave so much to us. Thirty-five years ago, you played your final football season at Moravian. How often do you think back to that experience, and what did you learn as a Greyhound athlete? Every time I hit a golf ball or wake up in the morning, my back reminds me of my football experience. [Laughs.] In all seriousness, being an athlete provided many of the same challenges I faced when I joined the steel industry and started my own company. I competed at a pretty high level, probably above where my physical talent should have taken me. That was the influence of Moravian. Regardless if you were an athlete, a musician, or whatever your major may have been, you were being prepared to succeed. W MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE Q: A: Q: A: Q: A: Q: A: As chair of the Board of Trustees, what are your goals looking forward? My primary goal is to assist Bryon in taking Moravian to the next level, and to foster a greater stew- FALL 2013 9 An Investment in EXCELLENCE 10 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 College Achieves ‘All-Steinway’ Status with Donation from late Betty Louise Aierstock Moore ’45 o trace back the origins of Moravian College’s initiative to become an ‘All-Steinway’ campus, a distinction held by fewer than 160 colleges and universities nationwide, a person must go back some 15 years ago to the waning hours before a recital in Peter Hall and a small, but necessary, untruth. Kimberly Buschta Poloni ’99 was prepping for her performance that evening when she realized the lower register of the piano keys was locked up and unplayable. She called upon Blair Flintom, the Music Department’s facilities manager, to help, who in turn contacted a piano technician. Four hours later, the technician had the instrument working, but for how long, he couldn’t predict. “He basically said, ‘the piano was on its last leg and it had to go,’” Flintom recalls. When Poloni later approached Flintom to find out the piano’s status, to calm her nerves, he lied. “You could see the little sweat beading up on her. So when she asked if everything was OK, I said, ‘I was right, there was a pencil in it’ – which wasn’t the case,” he explains. By the “grace of God,” Flintom says, the piano limped through the recital. Shortly thereafter, he approached the faculty and explained how dire the need was for better pianos – the incident before the recital was just the latest example of the equipment faltering because of use. Moravian’s All-Steinway initiative was subsequently born. Fifteen years later, Moravian completed its conversion to Steinway & Sons pianos, securing the final 10 the department needed thanks to a gift from the late Betty Louise Aierstock Moore ’45. This summer, the Moore family presented a gift of $500,000 to the institution, $350,000 of which was marked to complete the All-Steinway campus conversion. “The journey of becoming All-Steinway has been made possible through the generosity of so many individuals, foundations, corporations, fundraisers – including the At-Home Steinway Series – and the Moravian College Music Alliance,” said Hilde Binford, chair of Moravian College’s Department of Music. “A lot of credit for the initiative goes to our previous department chairs, but also Blair. He was the one that realized our pianos were in LEFT: Michael McAndrew ’15, a composition major with an instrumental focus on piano, breaks in one of the College’s new Steinway pianos with President Bryon Grigsby looking on. RIGHT: Piano movers transport a new Steinway piano through Peter Hall in August. T bad shape and falling apart, and he pushed for our move to Steinway. He got the ball rolling.” On Aug. 1, President Bryon Grigsby, music department faculty and student Michael McAndrew ’15 traveled to Jacobs Music Co. in Philadelphia to select the pianos. Three weeks later, on Aug. 21, the College celebrated the delivery of the final Steinway piano to the Brethren’s House in fitting style. The College’s marching band, in matching black All-Steinway celebration T-shirts, trumpeted its arrival, filling Church Street with music and life. “The people from Jacobs told us they had never seen anything like it before,” says Flintom of the pomp and circumstance awaiting a moving truck and men with dollies. President Grigsby championed the achievement as an “investment in our students and in our faculty.” “Our students need to have the best equipment and the best preparation when they go out into their jobs, and that is what Steinway represents,” he explains. For Flintom, the culmination of the pianos’ arrival was very personal and emotional, pausing before he answered. “I think this whole experience has brought a new life to the Music Department,” he adds. “Our Steinway pianos are truly a piece of art. And they look so darn nice in our rooms. “Of course, it’s good to educate the students on what they have, and how fortunate we are. It’s particularly important that they know how to treat the pianos carefully.” W Captions.... FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 11 2 4 6 1 Collier Hall Renovations I n time for the start of the 2013-2014 academic year, Moravian College completed phase two of its renovation of the Collier Hall of Science, bringing the four-decade-old science facility into the modern era. (Phase three begins in summer 2014.) The ambitious summer renovation project focused on several key objectives: meeting the academic needs of the College’s faculty and students, improving the quality of life for all of the building’s occupants, and adhering to standards of the Life Safety Code. While students, faculty, staff and visitors likely first noticed the improvements inside the teaching and research laboratories – most notably, the new third-floor anatomy and physiology lab – as well as the new student study spaces and faculty offices, the real benefits of phase two’s renovations aren’t as apparent, says Kelly Krieble, associate professor of physics and department chair of physics and earth science, who serves as project shepherd. “About 80 percent of what we have done here, people aren’t going to see,” he explains. The College worked from the outside in starting with the replacement of the roof and all exterior windows. A heat recovery system was also installed on the roof, which should provide energy Put ‘Science on Display’ savings in the future. The renovation included upgrades to the electrical system and ductwork, as well as a life safety room that was added in the basement. This new addition houses the sprinkler and smoke detection systems and other life safety features. Lastly, interior windows were added in various locations offering views into educational and study areas. This was a major point of interest during the renovation and will continue in subsequent phases. “The project’s overriding idea of ‘science on display’ directly relates to visitors and students becoming visually involved with laboratory activities, hence the need for windows between hallways, laboratories and other spaces,” says Kim Sherr, Moravian’s associate director of project management and plant operations and project manager for the renovation. Krieble and Sherr champion the new third-floor anatomy and physiology lab, or simply called “lab 303,” as the crowning achievement of phase two – see the corresponding list of updates. “From the flooring and lighting to the fixtures and the doors, 303 will be the design model for future lab renovations,” says Sherr. Adds Krieble,“The space has been completely transformed.” 12 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 5 2 3 Collier’s new GIS laboratory will have similar visibility to passersby, bringing education into the open. In phase three, the socalled “super lab,” which will consist of a physical chemistry lab and a biochemical/quantitative analytical chemistry lab on Collier’s main floor, will continue this trend of allowing visual access from the surrounding hallways. Other research and teaching laboratories also received muchneeded updates, including new fume hoods installed according to the needs of faculty and students. The College relocated all emergency shut off valves for the natural gas toward the doorways of the laboratories for easier access. Additionally, there are now electrical panels on each floor, and a new emergency generator to back up necessary equipment. W A New & Improved Lab 303 1 BREATHE EASY Say goodbye to the eye-watering fumes that accompany dissections thanks to a new high-volume exhaust system. Located on the far wall, the system allows for better visibility and table space in the laboratory. LET’S START THE SHOW! Gone are the days of squinting to see an instructor’s work on a 20-somethinginch television. Today’s students enjoy the benefits of a document camera that provides a live feed to a screen projector, displaying classroom instruction on the back wall. An added bonus is the automatic window shades that close when the projector runs. MORE ELBOW ROOM Behind these beautiful cabinets is an extensive prep area for students to prepare for experiments and dissections. Krieble called this a big improvement over the condensed prep area that students crowded into previously. 4 AS COLD AS ICE Two state-of-the-art, programmable refrigerators hide behind this wall. One acts as a research unit and another serves as a storage unit. HIT THE LIGHTS Notice the new pendant lighting that illuminates the classroom from the ceiling to the floor. This is a significant upgrade over the previous fluorescent models. OVERLOOKING MAIN STREET Last, but certainly not least, is the addition of this wall of windows. “There was a hallway there before, so we basically moved the lab eight feet to the east,” says Krieble, noting the new prep area was gained in the relocation. “The windows add a sense of life, and you no longer feel like you are standing in a bunker.” This is the building’s lone laboratory with a view to the outside. 2 5 6 3 FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 13 The Moravian Effect: Laura Smith ’09 Setting Off On Your Own PA T Moravian Inspires Alumna to Find Passion, Seek Purpose H aura Smith ’09 remembers the exact moment she fell for Moravian College. It wasn’t as a little girl, though she enjoyed attending the College’s Vespers and athletic events as a youngster. It wasn’t during her college application process years later, instead choosing to attend another higher education institution. Rather, her “epiphany,” as she calls it, came at her older sister’s graduation ceremony at Moravian in 2007. As Maria Smith ’07 chatted up then President Thomforde that afternoon, Laura, who just finished her second year at Rutgers University, felt a call to Moravian. “I realized then I would likely never get an opportunity to meet the college president, or know my professors on an individual basis,” she recalls. “I made an instant decision to transfer. From the very beginning, it just felt right. Moravian was just a very warm, inviting campus and, at that time, I was really looking for a strong community.” Smith credits the College for helping her grow not only academically, but also personally, forging the close relationships she sought. “I got to know my professors, and our conversations continued outside of the classroom,” she says, thanking professors like Diane White Husic, John Reynolds and Gary Olson for guiding her through the educational process. The environmental studies major also praises Moravian for building a community where students are encouraged to Smith shows off her impressive haul following a successful salmon fishing trip in Alaska. L Laura Smith ’09, who lives in downtown Seattle, often walks to work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which is located across the street from the city’s most notable landmark, the Space Needle. develop leadership skills. She participated in LeaderShape and was president of the College Democrats, organizing voter registration drives and raising political awareness on campus during the 2008 primary presidential election. Smith also spent time studying urban planning and European culture in Denmark. In total, because of her time abroad, Smith spent just three semesters on campus, but it was enough for Moravian to become home. “It just seemed so much longer than that,” she says. “I made such wonderful connections with professors, friends and people in the community of Bethlehem.” In the four years since graduation, Smith hasn’t been afraid to change course when she’s found a passion and a 14 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 experience led me to be an AmeriCorps volunteer in Anchorage. I took advantage of the opportunities that came my way.” These lessons were instilled by Husic. “What I learned from her, and overall at Moravian, was that there wasn’t a single path to finding a fulfilling job,” Smith explains. In addition to fishing, Smith also enjoyed Husic, too, is fond skiing in ‘The Last Frontier.’ of Smith, calling her “one of those students I really miss.” The professor recalls that in 2009 Smith – already a graduate and working in Spain – joined the College’s delegation in Copenhagen, Denmark, for the United Nations climate meetings. What I learned from Dr. Husic, and overall Smith was “a great addition not only for her perspectives on climate change and social jusat Moravian, was that there wasn’t a tice, but she had studied abroad in Denmark and knew the city well,” Husic says. single path to finding a fulfilling job. Today, Smith lives in Seattle, Wash., and is closing in on her one year anniversary on assignment at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a project coordinator, she supports an initiative involving Bill Gates and pharmaceutical companies, which uses innovation and partnerships to tackle the health challenges of the world’s poorest. One of the initiative’s objectives is to find a new drug reginine children, through the city, educating them men for tuberculosis (TB). This ties directly into Smith’s experion street signs and bus routes. During these activities, a ence in Alaska. bond formed between Smith and these families. “The common link between my time in Alaska and the “Often times, I was the only person they trusted because Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is that a lot of my stuI was helping them become more independent,” she says. “It was dents had TB, and I saw how their resettlement process and challenging emotionally, too, as they confided in me about what lives were affected by their health,” she explains. “Often happened in their home countries and refugee camps. It helped me times, refugees with TB were shunned by members of their to understand what I needed to do to help them transition into own community. This opportunity with the foundation their new lives in the U.S.” seemed perfect for me as I wanted to continue helping Her Alaskan experience was a far cry from her academic those in need.” work, where she studied urban planning. But as Smith points This fall Smith began a graduate program in public adout, “the skills and knowledge base that I acquired at Moraministration at the University of Washington, but she doesn’t vian have been applicable throughout my career.” know where it will lead her. She does know she enjoys the “In college, my goal was to be a city planner, and that work at the foundation, and looks forward to what lies ahead. completely changed after I graduated,” she continues. “My moti“What I really learned at Moravian is that you have to be pasvation for working in Spain was to return to Europe, and when sionate about what you are doing,” she concludes. W I came back to the U.S., my desire to help others and teaching purpose – much like her decision to transfer to Moravian in the first place. Fresh out of college, she returned to Europe, teaching English in a rural town in Spain for 10 months. She then returned to the U.S., but skipped the lower 48, working in Alaska as an AmeriCorps volunteer with a refugee resettlement agency. While in Anchorage, she taught ESL classes, as well as job readiness and orientation to life in the U.S., to refugees from Somalia, Burma, Sudan and Bhutan. The experience was very fulfilling. Splitting her time between a formal classroom and venturing into the community, Smith helped the refugees become self-sufficient by helping them apply for jobs and prepare for interviews, and find medical care and grocery stores. Teaching the refugees the public transportation system was especially tricky. Smith and an interpreter often navigated families, some with eight or << >> FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 15 PHOTO BY ?? List of Donors 2012-2013 Giving to Moravian We would like to thank the 3,358 alumni, parents and friends who made gifts to Moravian College this past year. Your generosity resulted in gifts totaling $5,821,120. These gifts will be used for financial aid, capital projects, academic programs and cocurricular activities such as athletics, music, career services, community service and a variety of other areas designated by donors. Our Consistent Giving Society continues to grow and we are pleased to welcome 149 new members to this group that now totals 1,625. Members of the Consistent Giving Society have given a gift to the College for a minimum of five consecutive years. Those alumni who have graduated in the past 10 years need only give for three consecutive years to be a member. We would like to extend a special thank you to those members of the Consistent Giving Society whose support year in and year out is so critical to our fundraising success. We are also especially appreciative of those members of the Comenius Society whose leadership gifts have helped shape the College in so many ways. This year we had 19 new members in the Comenius Society, which now brings our membership total to 402. The Campaign for Moravian: Pride. Passion. Opportunity. continues to make good progress and, as of June 30, we have Moravian College Giving Clubs THE COMENIUS SOCIETY Moravian Circle 1742 Circle Chairman’s Circle Trustee Circle President’s Associates Heritage Club Comenius Society $100,000+ $ 50,000+ $ 25,000+ $ 10,000+ $ 5,000+ $ 2,500+ $ 1,000+ OTHER GIVING CLUBS Monocacy Club Founders Club Colonial Club Greyhound Club $ $ $ up to $ 500+ 250+ 150+ 149 Visit www.moravian.edu/annualreport for more information. raised $37,259,775 in gifts and pledges toward our goal of $45 million with two years remaining in the Campaign. Included in this total is an additional $1.1 million in gifts and pledges that were given this past year for the Super Lab in the newly renovated Collier Hall of Science. Work on the Super Lab will be completed this coming summer. The Moravian Theological Seminary had another successful year having raised $640,613. Once again, we would like to extend a special thank you to the Northern and Southern Provinces of the Moravian Church for their continued support of the Seminary. While the capital campaign for the Seminary was completed in 2011, it is worth noting that of the $16,430,981 raised for the campaign through gifts and pledges, $16,220,044 has been received for a remarkable 99% fulfillment less than two years after its completion. Thank you to all those donors listed on the following pages that have made a gift to the College or the Seminary this past year. We sincerely appreciate your support. Consistent Giving Society 16 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 PRISCILLA PAYNE HURD SOCIETY The Priscilla Payne Hurd Society was established in 2012 as a way to recognize those individuals and private foundations whose extraordinary generosity has helped to shape, transform and sustain Moravian College. A. Joanne & John H., M.D. ‘54 Bowman P ‘82, P ‘94 B. Braun Medical, Inc. Mr. Clayton K. Brewer ‘11 Anonymous Donor Mr. & Mrs. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr. Mr. John H. Clewell* Ms. Mildred S. Clewell* Bertha Finkelstein ’37* & Bernard L.* Cohen Employees of Moravian College Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. Harlan F. Fulmer, MD ’43* Holly Beach Public Library Association Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd* Gladys Edgar ’42* & James T.* Marcus Mr. & Mrs. Frederick A. Reinhard The Reeves Foundation Mrs. Bertha-Mae Starner ’27* Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Brewer P ‘11 The Margaret A. Cargill Foundation Dr. & Mrs. G. Clarke Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Christensen The ClayMir Foundation, a fund of the Chester County Community Foundation Emmeline Lewis ‘48 & Leonard R.* Dimmick Manufacturing Company, Inc. Employees of East Penn Exxon-Mobil Deborah L. & Robert P. ‘71 Flicker Diana L. & Leslie C. ‘68 Jones Ms. Pauline Laubach* Deborah Oplinger ‘73 & Russell McKinnon Susanne & Gregg L. ‘77 McNelis Beth Ann & Joseph C. L., M.D. ‘64 Merola Mr. Charles E. Merrill Jr. Claire L. & Parry J., M.D. ‘66 Miller Terence L. O’Rourke Jr., M.D. ‘86 Duggan & Marcon Inc. Eden Charitable Foundation Kathleen & Michael M. ‘72 Ellis Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fox P ‘87 Beth & Woodrin ‘66 Grossman Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hanson P ‘15 Elinor Shute ‘91 & Andrew W. ‘91 Hart Mr. J. Robert Hess Mrs. Constance Stirling Hodson ‘68 Elizabeth & James J., M.D. ‘60 Houser Amy Kohler ‘95 & Robert Howard Barbara Colbourne ‘77 & F. Robert Jr. ‘76 Huth IBM Corporation Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology Just Born Inc. Louise & Thomas F. ‘49 Keim P ‘72 Larger Life Foundation Mrs. Joyce B. Lyon Diane L. & Robert C. ‘74 May P ‘02 Patricia Ann & Anthony ‘59 Morelli Mr. Henry W. Nehilla ‘67 Ms. Jaye Newbold ‘12 Ann C. & Brian H. ‘82 Oswald Janna Barclay ‘95 & Todd D. ‘93 Parlee PenTeleData Mrs. Louise Moore Pine* Diana & Raymond J. ‘89 Reimer Mrs. Melissa Miller Robbins ‘69 Jennifer & Bryan W., Ph.D. ‘86 Sandmann Saucon Mutual Insurance Company Miss Cornelia Schlotter ‘57 Patricia Nemesh ‘70 & Robert J. Jr. Schoenen Mr. & Mrs. Jon Shreter P ‘12 Drs. Bettie & Oles Smolansky Colleen & Bruce C. ‘87 Spencer Mary C. T. Kincaid ‘68 & John L. Squarcia P ‘96 Mr. & Mrs. Jay A. Steinman P ‘12 Linda Joseph ‘73 & James M. ‘73 Stevens Mr. William J. Straccia ‘58 Kathryn & Richard J., M.D. ‘79 Szarko Trans-Bridge Lines Inc. Vulcan Materials Company Kathy & Gordon Weil Mrs. Priscilla Wolle Mr. David A. Zinczenko ‘91 THE COMENIUS SOCIETY The Comenius Society comprises alumni, trustees, friends, parents, corporate leaders, and faculty and staff members who share the conviction that Moravian defines what it means to be a 21st century educational institution, carrying Comenius’ ideals forward in a way that merits significant financial support. Members of the Comenius Society have supported Moravian by making a gift of $1,000 or more during the last fiscal year. MORAVIAN CIRCLE Mr. & Mrs. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr. P ‘84 Miss Carolyn D. Felker ‘68 Genevieve Riordan ‘43 & Edwin* Gee William Randolph Hearst Foundation Holly Beach Public Library Association Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd* Priscilla Payne Hurd Charitable Lead Unitrust Dr. A. Kathrine Miller ‘34* Mrs. Betty Aierstock Moore ‘45* Moravian Church, Southern Province Mrs. Walter L. Peters* Mr. & Mrs. Fred Reinhard P ‘86, P ‘90 Salem Congregation Dr. F. P. ‘43 & Helen Sutliff 1742 CIRCLE Sandra L. & Placido A. ‘78 Corpora Mr. & Mrs. Martin Engels Dr. Jutta S. Leheis ‘63* Mrs. Elizabeth Lowder Mason* Moravian Church, Northern Province National Park Service National Science Foundation Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. Betsey Tait ‘51 & John W. Puth Sodexo Ms. Joann M. Trotsky ‘64 CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE Air Products Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Curtis H. Barnette Teri McCandless ‘81 & Ray J. Jr. ‘81 Bishop P ‘10 Evelyn Trodahl ‘68 & Richard Chynoweth Coordinated Health East Penn Manufacturing Company, Inc. Elizabeth & William V. ‘58 Herbein Mrs. Brenda Krajci ‘65 Mr. James T. Marcus* Mrs. Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz ‘84, P ‘14, P ‘16 National Endowment for the Humanities Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation Anne McCandless ‘79 & Kenneth J. ‘79 Rampolla RMI Ralph L. Shields, M.D. ‘60, P ‘89 St. Luke’s Hospital Carol Herman, M.D. ‘62 & Frank J., M.D. ‘61 Szarko Wells Fargo Foundation TRUSTEE CIRCLE Mr. Cyril J. Anderson Aesculap Academy Mr. Stephen D. Black Linda G. & Thomas A. Jr. ‘77 Ortwein Christine & Michael J. ‘75 Perrucci P ‘97 PPL Corporation Amanda Westphal ‘89 & Conrad J., Esq. ‘87 Radcliffe Sandy & Eric S. ‘69 Ruskoski Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Sittenfeld Mrs. Marian A. Smith Mrs. Doris English Smullin ‘42* Honnie P. Spencer, M.D. ‘90 Mrs. Mary Fabian Strock ‘38* Dr. Christopher M. Thomforde & Dr. Kathy G. Thomforde Caspar L. & Helen Desh ‘54 Woodbridge Janice ‘82, ‘91 & Thomas Young PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael M. Albarell Mrs. Janet Outten Amos ‘43* Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania Mrs. Lois Brunner Bastian ‘50 Jennifer Swain ‘73 & Harry S. Jr., M.D., Ph.D. ‘72 Clarke Judith Acker ‘57 & Bernard Cornwell Jaime Marks ‘04 & Brian J. ‘02 Corvino Virginia Dancy ‘59 & John III Dickie Miss Marcella I. Dimmick ‘35 HERITAGE CLUB Margaret & D. Wayne ‘04 Barefoot Rita Roseman ‘61 & Charles E. Jr. ‘60 Bartolet Kristin & Todd E. ‘86 Bateson * denotes deceased MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE «Consistent Consistent Giving Giving Society Society FALL 2013 17 thank you Mrs. Estelle Marcon Boyer Mr. & Mrs. Daniel D. Breidegam Laurie Riley ‘82 & Lloyd S. Brubaker Michele & Steven J. ‘90 Burd Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Carney Martin D. Cohen Family Foundation Maria Corpora, Esq. ‘72 Dr. Audrey West & Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ‘80 Dickinson P ‘16 James M. Dinneen Mr. Peter T. Dunbar ‘66 Joan Kiefer ‘86 & Todd J. ‘87 Mary Beth Krater ‘64 & Rev. Dr. Sally A. Brown & Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company Nancy Likman ‘78 & Mark R. Graham Nancy & Robert K. ‘75 Gratz P ‘08 Mr. & Mrs.* James A. Hancock Jr. Harmony Press Inc. Ms. Marilyn L. Herwig ‘75 Highmark Blue Shield Marie & George E. ‘59 Hollendersky Mary K. & Richard D. ‘85 Hooper Hotel Bethlehem Mr. Ralph W. Hunsicker ‘76 Daren A. & F. James ‘69 Hutchinson Kimberly Deischer ’91 & Thomas R. ‘90 Ike Ms. Amy Lou Johnson Johnson & Johnson Company Key Foundation Suzanne Kmet ‘91 & William A. Diaz Susan H. Kuenstner ‘83 & Tom Coleman Janice Whitfield ‘64 & John G., Ph.D. ‘65 Landis Linda Wells ‘69 & Roger C. Lark Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation Teresa Segar ‘88 & Gary L. ‘88 Long Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ‘70 Mr. Bruce W. Marold ‘12 Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation Merck Company Foundation Barbara & Lloyd H. ‘64 Michael Rev. Dr. Elizabeth D. Miller ‘85 Janie Whallon ‘74 & Richard A. Muir Linda & Christopher A. ‘88 Ohmacht Dr. Barbara A. Osborne ‘70 & Dr. Richard A. Goldsby PNC Bank, N.A. Dr. & Mrs. James H. Reid Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke Mrs. Mary Jeane Moser Romer ‘54* Lisa Moyer ‘81 & David Roth Doris Wood & David A. ‘60 Schattschneider Marsha & Robert C. Sr. ‘68 Silcox Laura Lee & Britt J., Esq. ‘95 Simon Marie Skrilec, Ph.D. ‘74 Leslie D. Smith ‘96 & James F. Pfieffer Dr. & Mrs. David R. Taschler P ‘14 Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Weller P ‘06 Mrs. Diane Yaeck Wellington ‘57, P ‘80 Mrs. Gail Smith Winson ‘66 Nicole & Kenneth C. ‘87 Yee Adele G. & Earl C. ‘57 Zeiner P ‘98 Debra Lewis ‘75 & Carl W. Zvanut Mr. Michael K. Clark ‘12 Patricia A. & W. Eugene ‘68 Clater Judith & Donald M., M.D. ‘52 Cohen Dr. & Mrs. Herman E. Collier Jr. Suzanne Bleiler ‘82 & Jon B. ‘82 Conrad Jane D. & Richard M. ‘68 Cope Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, Inc. Judith M. & Bruce C., Ph.D. ‘64 Coull Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Crawford Mr. Scot J. Dapp Mr. & Mrs. Peter B. Daubenspeck Patricia Owen ‘74 & Timothy A., M.D. ‘73 DeBiasse Ms. Suzanne Astbury Decker ‘61 Kathryn Werst ‘59 & Wayne L. Detwiler Dr. & Mrs. George S. Diamond Ms. Robin B. Diamond & Mr. Andrew Fekete Stephanie & Robert H. ‘63 Dietrich P ‘95 Rhonda & Randal R. ‘78 Dietz Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DiSarno P ‘15 Robin Ziegler ‘79 & Christos Dogas Mr. & Mrs. Dennis A. Domchek Dana Burt ‘69 & John B. Donaldson Genie Billiard ‘63 & Harry E. ‘64 Dooley Shari Miller ‘80 & James A. ‘78 Dunstan Mr. Robert L. Dutt ‘68 Linda H. & Denis M. ‘69 Duvoisin Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Early Roberta Titus ‘80 & Frank T. ‘80 Edgar Edward Robinson Trust Ms. H. Paty Eiffe Embassy Bank Mrs. Ruth Overfield Fidorack ‘41 Mrs. Lois Yerger Fischel ‘41 Grace & Peter L., Ph.D. ‘60 French Mr. Robert J. Fulmer P ‘87, P ‘92 Kim & Barry R. ‘69, ‘73 Galley Linda Shay, Esq. ‘74 & Neville Gardner P ‘08 Mr. Elmer D. Gates Anne Shea Gaza, Esq. ‘94 Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gehman Phyllis B. & Myron, M.D. ‘57 Genel General Electric Foundation Gillespie Printing Pamela W. & Carl F. ‘66 Gitschier Dana & Jan ‘72 Gollins Betsy S. & Philip A. ‘65 Gottshall P ‘96 Sharon Duffy ‘90 & Richard P. ‘90 Graham Roberta DeAngelis & J. Hugh ‘70 Gratz Ms. Sallie L Greenfield Margaret & Joseph A. ‘72 Grieshaber Kristina Jones ‘79 & Joseph M. Groller Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Amy S. & David B. ‘86 Guthrie Drs. Ruth & Theodore Hailperin Laurie Boyd ‘65 & Iwao ‘64 Hanawa Judith-Mae Bowers ‘69 & William L. Hanks Patricia Murray ‘82 & Kenneth D. ‘81 Hanna Mr. Terry J. Hart Kathryn Horwath ‘52 & Ray H. Hartman Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Hastings P ‘04, P ‘15 Tamera Boote ‘81 & Gary R. Hatton Sharon L. & Charles W. ‘74 Heidecker Drs. Linda & Ned Heindel Mr. Carl J. Helmich Jr. ‘53, ‘57 Jane Tatum ‘90 & Carl O. Helstrom Mr. Alan L. Herd ‘67 Joy G. & James T. ‘75 Hicks Rev. Lunnett M. Hilliard ‘10 Donna Stadinger ‘64 & Frank L. Hocker Mr. Joseph B. Hoffmeier Jr. ‘88 Douglas R. ‘81 & Susan L. Hooper Holly Calatoni & Thomas W., Esq. ‘67 Houser Mr. George T. Hudson ‘59 Mr. & Mrs. John Jamula P ‘14 Edith T. & James L.* ‘56, ‘59 Johnson Myra Heimbrook ‘66 & Michael O. ‘66 Jones Ms. Judith Plocher Kaaua ‘67 Mr. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer Mr. Robert E. Kafafian ‘77 Corinne E. & Robert M. ‘66 Keller Leslie M. & Richard T. Jr., D.D.S. ‘77 Kingston Claire M. ‘87, ‘95 & Michael Klatchak Mrs. Kathryn Broczkowski Klein ‘67 Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69, P ‘00 Rev. Dr. Nola R. ‘09 & Paul Knouse Beverly Gaston ‘73 & Dale Kochard Lisa Fromhertz ‘92 & C. Lenny ‘94 Konzelmann Mercedes & Leonard E. III ‘85 Korn P ‘16 Maria & Ronald M., D.O. ‘87 Kriner Denise & John J. ‘92 Kruse Paul E. Kurzeja, Esq. ‘89 Dr. & Mrs. Frank T. Kuserk Jane & Walter P. ‘75 Latimer Donna J. Lee ‘76 & John J. Stecher Drs. Eva & Michael Leeds Lehigh Gas Corporation Dr. Heikki E Lempa Mary E. & Steven W. ‘79 LeVan Honorable Wilma A. Lewis COMENIUS SOCIETY Abbott Laboratories Fund Mr. George B. Adams ‘50 Albarell Electric Inc. Miss Alma A. Albright ‘40 Mr. Alvin A. Albright Jr. Allied Building Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Adam F. Ambielli Elizabeth A. & Richard E. ‘70 Anderson Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Appler ArcelorMittal Karen ‘88 & Jose P. Arencibia AT&T Foundation Mrs. Karen Bader Mrs. Margaret Baldock Barnes & Noble Wendy Merkle ‘83 & William J. Basta Bonnie C. & Richard A., Ed.D. ‘63 Bedics Kathy Lynn & Robert E. ‘80 Beitler Mr. Donald M. Bellis ‘78 Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Beltram P ‘75, P ‘83 Constance L. & David E. ‘88 Bennett Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission Melanie & Mark A. ‘95 Bonsall Dolores B. & Donald R., D.Ed. ‘57 Bortz Beth Williams ‘78 & Frank D. Boyer Ms. Terri Koser Brady ‘82 & Mr. Steve Verna Britt Hankins & Moughan Tara & Christopher J. ‘96 Brown Dr. Joan Cady Brownstein Colleen Workman ‘60 & James O.* ’47, ‘49 Bruckart P ‘72, P ‘79 Mr. & Mrs. James O. Burri Busy Workers Society Alvin H. Butz Inc. JoAnn B. & Joseph P. ‘61 Castellano Dr. Carlson R. Chambliss Candyce Homan Chimera `89 Gloria Gately ‘45 & Frank L. Chipman Mr. & Mrs. Michael Clark P ‘12, P ‘14 Consistent Giving Society 18 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 William J. Liaw, D.O. ‘90 Carol A. & Michael G. ‘83 Link Sharyn & Hal A. ‘01 Long Susan Sandt ‘92 & Armando M. ‘91 Lopez Dr. Nicole Loyd Barbara & Howard E., Ph.D. ‘71 Lubert Lutron Electronics Company, Inc. Elizabeth Tober ‘76 & James S. ‘76 Lyon Judith Studwell ‘63 & James O. ‘63 MacDonald Yvonne Thompson Maddox, Ph.D. Mr. & Mrs. Blake C. Marles Dr. & Mrs. Roger H. Martin Ms. Sherry Mason Brown Diane Feeney ‘82 & Alfred Mateo Barbara Frowery ‘67 & Nicholas R. Matlaga Bobbie & Henry E. Jr. ‘60, ‘63 May Mary Ellen Markey ‘83 & Bruce K. ‘84 Mayer Dr. Margaret L. McClure ‘61 Mr. & Mrs. James Mclean P ‘03 Mr. Benjamin L. Meluskey ‘60 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Isidore Mihalakis, M.D. ‘58 Mr. Ronald L. Miksiewicz ‘84, P ‘14, P ‘16 Dr. Alma A. Miles-Koch Barbara Schlegel ‘47 & Kenneth Miller P ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Miller P ‘00 Mr. Borko Milosev ‘04 Janice & Mark D. ‘77 Myslinski Anita Filler ’61 & Paul F. ‘60 Noonan P ‘89 Dr. Gary L. Olson Omicron Gamma Omega Missy & James P., Ph.D. ‘96 Orlando Marie A. & Harold F. Jr. ‘61 Oswald P ‘82 ParenteBeard LLC Rebecca J. & Patrick T. ‘80 Parenty Corinne Fusco ‘78 & Frederick S. ‘77 Patt Mrs. Doreen H. Paynton P ‘89 Mr. Bryan Peacock Ms. Jill Peters & Mr. Richard Swirsding Pfizer Corporation Drs. Jeffrey & Miria Pilchman P ‘15 Mr. Daniel A. Polanski ‘80 Barbra & Kurt J. ‘89 Poling Laurie M. & Michael ‘78 Popowycz Lenore & Joseph L. ‘60 Powlette Karen S. & William J. Jr. ‘63 Pysher Mr. & Mrs. Andre Python Jr. P ‘11 Ann H. & Peter A. ‘76 Raines P ‘10, P’12 Elizabeth T. & Thomas J. ‘74 Rappolt Cynthia Pummer ‘83 & Michael P. ‘82 Rauscher Marjorie & A. Reed ‘74 Raymond Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Reed Jane Young ‘69 & James L. ‘70 Regina Mr. Thomas A. Repasch Jr. ‘72 Barbara Reuper ‘93 & Richard Baum Renee Szabo ‘96 & Sean R. ‘97 Richardso Mrs. Betty Adams Roach ‘43 Ms. Renee L. Roberts ‘74 Miss Stephanie L. Robison ‘89 Gayle Fischer ‘86 & Thomas H. Rowland Arrettia & Richard R. Jr., Esq. ‘60 Ruth Trish & Colin G. ‘78 Sandercock Debbie & Brian C. ‘91 Sarisky Eleanore Beck ‘56 & Henry E. Schleicher Andrea & Anthony E. ‘94 Schuler Mrs. Nancy C. Schultz Mrs. MaryAnn Sedlock Andrew K. Semmel, Ph.D. ‘64 Dr. Alicia N. Sevilla & Dr. Clifford Queen Julie Jones, Ph.D. ‘02 & Phillip, Ph.D. Shilane Joseph M. Shosh, Ph.D. ‘88 Timothy C. ‘87 & Lori V. Shoyer Nelda & Robert C. ‘51 Simonson Dr. Janet A. Sipple Dr. Donna G. Smith & Mr. Dave Smith Mr. Gregory J. Smith Denise & Robert W. ‘70 Smith Ms. Patricia Thornton Snyder ‘60 Miss Constance M. Sokalsky ‘71 Mrs. Jean Holzinger Somers ‘69 Dr. Kay Somers & Mr. Bruce Somers Susan & Gordon L. ‘57, ‘61 Sommers P ‘82, P ‘83 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Sorenson Mr. Bernard R. Spirk Jr. Spirk Brothers Inc. Charlotte E. & John E., M.D. ‘61 Steers Stevens & Lee Ann Woltjen ‘63 & Grove W., Esq. ‘63 Stoddard Katherine B. & Ronald J., Ph.D. ‘61 Stupak Barbara S. & Richard C. ‘69, ‘95 Subber Nancy M. & Gregory J. ‘85 Tavalsky Temptime Corporation Tiffany & Company Dr. Denise M. Torma ‘77 Mr. Merr W. Trumbore ‘62 Mr. & Mrs. Russell Truscott P ‘14 Rev. Dr. Heather & Mr. Gary Vacek Dale Intemann ‘94 & Richard van Gelder Ida E. & David B., M.D. ‘71 Vasily P ‘02 Mr. Robert A. Verrone ‘90 Victaulic Company of America Jane Larzelere ‘68 & Albert Wachinski Wells Fargo Foundation Rev. Deborah M. & Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner Mr. James R. Walker P ‘07 Mr. & Mrs. Gary D. Walters Hilary Martin, Esq. ‘93 & Walter T. ‘90 Wandall Mrs. Louise Rothenberger Watt ‘43 LaRae & Lee A., Ph.D. ‘57 Weaver Rev. Christian D. Weber ‘52 Ms. Carolyn Lewis Welaish ‘75 Mr. Jeffrey L. Welaish ‘75 Mr. Thomas G. Wendt Diane & Scott M., Esq. ‘92 Wilhelm Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams Carolyn & Roger O. ‘68 Williams Joan C. & Walter F. Williams P ‘81 Willis North America Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Wilson P ‘16 Jane Metzler ‘66 & Peter D. ‘73 Wolfe Barbara Roberts ‘61 & John W. ‘59 Woltjen Lori O. & Scott A. ‘88 Wood Susan Overath & James D. Woolley Ms. Anita-Jean Wright ‘81 & Mr. Michael J. Kelly Mr. Robert L. Yeager Karen Glenn ‘82 & Edwin E. ‘77 Yeakel Janet Blomquist ‘71 & Robert R. Jr. ‘68 Young Mr. W. Russell Yurchak Jr. ‘62 Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Zimmerman Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Zondag P ‘13 COLLEGE ALUMNI By year, total giving, and percentage of participation 1934-1940 Moravian Circle A. Kathrine Miller, Ph.D.* Trustee Circle Mary Fabian Strock* President’s Associates Marcella I. Dimmick Comenius Society Alma A. Albright Greyhound Club Helen Sloan James* Thirza Ward Janecek 1941 Total Giving: $3,130 21% Participation Comenius Society Ruth Overfield Fidorack Lois Yerger Fischel Greyhound Club Edith Rich Ettinger June Patton Reese 1942 Total Giving: $10,457.50 43% Participation Trustee Circle Doris English Smullin* Founders’ Club Mary Ellen Binder Orben Colonial Club Mary Veronis Thompson Greyhound Club George J. De Simone Avis L. Gordon Ruth Wallace Paul 1943 Total Giving: $258,490.42 46% Participation Moravian Circle F. P. Sutliff, M.D. Genevieve Riordan Gee President’s Associates Janet Outten Amos* Comenius Society Betty Adams Roach Louise Rothenberger Watt Monocacy Club Wilfred L. Dreger Founders’ Club Burton L. Kelchner June Bright Reese Greyhound Club Dorothy Humenik Hixson Joyce Newhard Knapp Janet Thompson Powers Doreen Coburn Walters Warren D. Wenger 1944 Total Giving: $850.00 19% Participation Monocacy Club Doris Minnick Kuchar Founders’ Club H. August Kuehl Jr. Greyhound Club Katrina Stolp Homewood Mary F. Inscho 1945 Total Giving: $501,907.02 32% Participation Moravian Circle Betty Aierstock Moore* Comenius Society Gloria Gately Chipman Monocacy Club Lillian Stefko Schaedler Colonial Club Phyllis Rose Iacocca Greyhound Club M. Ann Bachert* Beryl L. Harrison James C. Hughes Consistent Giving Society 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 19 thank you 1946 Total Giving: $2,395.00 50% Participation Monocacy Club Mary T. Harrison, M.D. Ann Rosenau Smythe William Smythe Founders’ Club Ada Zellner Flower Robert M. Rights Greyhound Club Victor M. Bove, D.O. Karl F. Bregenzer Lloyd A. Fatzinger Phyllis G. Kreider Joseph S. Policelli Jo-Ann Farquhar Riepen 1947 Total Giving: $2,575.00 26% Participation Comenius Society James O. Bruckart* Barbara Schlegel Miller Founders’ Club Janet Parks Weinland William J. Weinland Greyhound Club Richard D. Abernethy Helen Kanuskey Canfield Jeanne Scott St. Clair 1948 Total Giving: $4,608.00 23% Participation Heritage Club Emmeline Ungurian Lewis Dimmick Monocacy Club Roland P. Leibenguth* Founders’ Club Paul E. Crossan Jr. James S. Hilander Joseph R. Merkel, Ph.D. Marilyn Richardson Shelly Colonial Club Gerald Goldstein, M.D. Winifred Harte Seifert Greyhound Club Al J. Calvo Marjorie Durner Hoffman Harry A. Miller Edythe Steers Smith Barbara Campbell Dunbar Richard M. Faust Dean B. Garland Ray C. Gilbert W. Norwood Green Marvin R. Henkelmann Anthony J. Jaso Irma Hemminger Kaufman William W. Matz Sr. Emanuel Roman, D.D.S. Eric J. Schulze Arlene Badel Simpson Christel Wilcke Walter Dolores Johns Wezner Marilyn Herman Wiltsie 1949 Total Giving: $8,270.00 38% Participation President’s Associates Thomas F. Keim Monocacy Club Norma Boldt Wynne Founders’ Club Ivan A. Backer Teresa Enright Eliezer Jeanne Buss Gillinder Charles N. Wilkins Jr., M.D. Colonial Club Albert S. Buralli Clararose Bosek Clymer Ramona Baker Conway Elsie Yelenics Evans Frank M. Weaver, D.O. Greyhound Club Harold Y. Allen, M.D.* Clark F. Apgar Richard W. Artis Erwin E. Boettcher Louise Van Ess Charnock James E. Dundon Penelope Hall Porter Leonard A. Storch Doris Noctor Woodward 1950 Total Giving: $8,152.50 31% Participation President’s Associates Lois Brunner Bastian Comenius Society George B. Adams Monocacy Club William F. Vinczi Founders’ Club Richard T. Dundon Joseph D. Kudella Colonial Club Ira A. Lutsey Deloris Ashcroft Wallace Greyhound Club Alice Zacharchuk Bove Justin M. Carisio Sr. Elizabeth Gehringer Carlton 1952 Total Giving: $4,766.00 34% Participation Comenius Society Donald M. Cohen, M.D. Kathryn Horwath Hartman Founders’ Club Anne R. Enright Zora Martin Felton Frances Webber Horton Colonial Club Carl E. Case Thelma West Everett Joseph F. Garin Jr. Jeannette Rhoads Nesbit Robert L. Solt Robert H. Stine, M.D. Greyhound Club Eleanor Guidon Bissell Joseph F. Christ Donald R. Deibert Dolores McIntire DeLeon Dale A. Grove Jr., M.D. Patricia Stocker Lawler Russell E. Lerch Beatrice Good Mindlin William G. Palenchar Mary T. Pongracz Ruth Treut Schlecht Lois Miller Stogel 1953 Total Giving: $5,074.96 38% Participation Comenius Society Carl J. Helmich Jr. Monocacy Club Wolfram Fliegel Sue Ann Henkelman Fortney Mary Ann Rayner Founders’ Club Kenneth W. Achey William B. Cummings, Ed.D. John J. Gotthardt Jr. Eleanor Simmons MacCormick E. Allen Schultz Jr. Charlotte Haag Walek Nancy Webber Whissen Colonial Club Robert F. Engelbrecht David M. Henkelmann Joan Wagner Koehler Sara A. Morris Greyhound Club Shayne Dunbar Arnesen Charlotte Riggs Bearse William J. Carroll Jr. Nancy Zeleski Frantz Robert G. Harman, M.D. Gloria Badel Hilbert Edward P. Pastir Earl E. Stephan Philip Trimble Gladys Smith Winkelmann 1954 Total Giving: $35,035.00 32% Participation Trustee Circle John H. Bowman, M.D. Helen Desh Woodbridge Heritage Club Mary Jeane Moser Romer* Founders’ Club Lauretta Dikon Adams David W. Arner John E. Gilliland, M.D. Colonial Club Lucy A. McCall Thor G. O’Donnell Greyhound Club Sylvia J. Atherholt James O. Blanton III Philip J. DeRea Peggy Ann Harte Figlear James R. Glancy Gerald H. Ihle Joan Kinard Mercado John E. Moyer Patricia Krolik Nebinger Bruce C. Reimer Elynor Fishel Rights June Zimmerman Shamel Dawn M. VanKeuren Marian M. Wagner 1955 Total Giving: $3,035.00 33% Participation Monocacy Club Allan H. Cristol, M.D. John P. Galgon, M.D. Founders’ Club Ann Hentschel Cutler Louis N. Esposito George W. Warfield Colonial Club Thomas R. Clay Helen Varady Keyser Robert F. Shaup Greyhound Club Robert E. Detweiler Rose Mandic Donchez David G. Kerchner Francis M. Petruny Ray R. Salabsky George R. Scilley Arthur R. Spengler Curtis O. Updegrave 1956 Total Giving: $5,225.00 29% Participation Comenius Society James L. Johnson* Eleanor Beck Schleicher Monocacy Club I. Jean Woodcock Haring Jean Sosoka Lavelle William S. Marsh Founders’ Club John T. Burke Ann Lieberman McCann Colonial Club Pauline Ritter Benner Richard E. Benner Renee Johnson Dragotta Mary Kilpatrick Kohl Greyhound Club Marietta Schwartz Banach Beverly A. Bell Robert E. Brennan, D.D.S. Sherwood D. Gum 1951 Total Giving: $63,290.00 39% Participation 1742 Circle Betsey Tait Puth Comenius Society Robert C. Simonson Monocacy Club Jane Kincaid Missimer Louis M. Molnar Founders’ Club William B. Lantz Robert K. Matey Colonial Club Robert T. Burcaw, Ph.D. Lois Shafer Smith Greyhound Club Carl L. Ackerman Jeanne Serman Artis Richard T. Clay Gloria Kimminour Danielson Nancy Oplinger Dover Deborah Irwin Fleagle John E. Giering, Ph.D. Byrdie Loveless Jackson Robert P. Kelly Elizabeth Schlegel Landau Eleanor Faiolo Mott William J. Werpehowski Consistent Giving Society 20 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Barton B. Hartman, M.D. A. Peter Haupert, M.D. Mildred Siftar Kimock Thomas V. Labert Sr. John M. Robertson Janice Brader Sahakian Barbara Bartos Sloyer Richard S. Stine Robert E. Wickizer Ruth Collins Zweck Jo-Anne Neuman Pessin Ann E. Rothenberger Pearl Stein John J. Subach Barbara Flynn Wakefield 1959 Total Giving: $24,073.10 31% Participation President’s Associates Virginia Dancy Dickie Anthony Morelli Heritage Club George E. Hollendersky Comenius Society Kathryn Werst Detwiler George T. Hudson John W. Woltjen Monocacy Club Richard D. Buralli James B. Howell, M.D. Anthony A. Matz Jr. Founders’ Club Carolyn Felver Conners Reuben F. Lilly Sr. Mary Lesin Mackenzie Ayala Colonial Club Gordon C. Arnold, M.D. Joseph N. Carr Jr.* Sandra Yost Collins Frederick L. Kraemer Susan LeTowt Peverley Greyhound Club William J. Allen Mary Ann Gingles Boyler C. Jeanette Mirne Cornblatt Patricia Conover Diener Francis J. Figlear David C. Greulich Kate Kuhns Herrington Ruth Lapp Himler Elizabeth Dreher Honey Ernest H. Josar Joseph F. Keglovits Barbara Banker Mahlau Jimmie L. Newsom Sr. Joseph M. Nunes Clarence J. Serfass Jr., D.D.S. Daniel P. Simon David A. Stanwood Janice Keve Steers 1960 Total Giving: $48,396.96 38% Participation Chairman’s Circle Ralph L. Shields, M.D. George F. Metzgar Dominic A. Nolfa Carol Hahn Reichard Lois Behler Reichard Anita & Robert C. Russoli Patti Vincent Simon Eleanor Rellinghaus Sites Beverly Luzietti Tisdale Nancy Baker Traubitz, Ph.D. Doris Roberts Wenger Harriet Peters Williamson John W. Medernach, Ph.D. President’s Associates James J. Houser, M.D. Heritage Club Charles E. Bartolet Jr. David A. Schattschneider Comenius Society Colleen Workman Bruckart Peter L. French, Ph.D. Henry E. May Jr. Benjamin L. Meluskey Paul F. Noonan Joseph L. Powlette Richard R. Ruth Jr., Esq. Patricia Thornton Snyder Monocacy Club James B. Galbraith Jr. Jean Bassford Galbraith Founders’ Club Ronald R. Cavanagh, Th.D. Richard V. Chergey Jane Keogh Harberg Judith Frederick Hosking Joseph J. Iampietro Joseph J. Jardot Abner S. Merkel Theodore E. Wilde Colonial Club Robert F. Clark Nancy Boerstler Coutant BarbaraKay Hunsicker Smerko Greyhound Club Patricia Amison Adams Robert J. Boyler Faith Hartman Cohen, M.D. Russell R. Conover* M. Janet Bunten Costenbader Carmine A. DeMuccio Ronald J. Fradeneck Joan E. Gernert Vignoul John A. Graver Dolores Lang Keglovits Jane McMurray Kell Robert J. Labdik, Ed.D. Charles H. Lindner Jr. Constantine Loupos Francis C. McFadden 1957 Total Giving: $25,147.00 37% Participation President’s Associates Judith Acker Cornwell Cornelia Schlotter Heritage Club Diane Yaeck Wellington Earl C. Zeiner Comenius Society Donald R. Bortz, D.Ed. Myron Genel, M.D. Gordon L. Sommers Lee A. Weaver, Ph.D. Monocacy Club Shirley Kunsman Bilheimer Gudrun Krauss Lounsbury George J. Toth Founders’ Club Karen Johnson Berry Roland J. Passaro Carolyn Edwards Simmons Ronald L. Zeller Colonial Club Stanford L. Kunkle, D.O. Greyhound Club Carl Ackerman Michael A. Ackerman Thomas J. Burke Richard A. Edwards Anthony W. Falco Jane Dreier Feldman William F. Fox Jr. Tacey Young Funk Joan Schnable Haupert Anne Frankenfield Howlett Elaine Nothstein Kantor Richard L. Kantor John Kolchin, Ed.D. Elaine Thomasch Nolfa 1958 Total Giving: $42,375.00 31% Participation Chairman’s Circle William V. Herbein President’s Associates William J. Straccia Comenius Society Isidore Mihalakis, M.D. Monocacy Club Joseph J. Guman Carol Sloan McElveen Founders’ Club Alfred F. Apple Jane Adams Gottwald Richard C. Gottwald Norman E. Prochnau Kathryn McMurray Saderholm Colonial Club John L. Finelli Michael J. Gallagher Louis A. Gonsalves Arthur R. Potosnak Kenneth Pyne, L.L.D. Robert G. Smerko, Ph.D. Judith Fretz Thomas Greyhound Club Robert J. Breidenbach Donald W. Eckert Truman W. Eshbach, II Mary Ann Grube Fallon Anastasia F. Fry, D.C. Frank L. Hettlinger William J. Hume Barbara A. Kinsey Mary Ellen O’Donnell Lewis J. Bruce Mumie Carol Burwell Norwood Merritt C. Pearson Rodney Reichard Myron A. Savacool Albert J. Schwab Robert H. Smith 1961 Total Giving: $53,947.00 34% Participation Chairman’s Circle Frank J. Szarko, M.D. Heritage Club Rita Roseman Bartolet Comenius Society Joseph P. Castellano Suzanne Astbury Decker Margaret L. McClure, Ed.D. Anita Filler Noonan Harold F. Oswald Jr. John E. Steers, M.D. Ronald J. Stupak, Ph.D. Barbara Roberts Woltjen Monocacy Club James J. McCrudden Earl R. Pfeiffer Founders’ Club Marcee Ammend Beilstein Dennis L. Bleam Judith Laning Cavanagh Deborah Herold Francis Paul A. Graf Sandra Yaeck Kratzer Alan J. Lippman, M.D. Louise Smull Negley John C. Riedmiller Sandra & Wayne C. Shugart, Esq. Colonial Club John L. DeCesare Richard L. Gilbert Samuel F. Maczko Nancy Helms Mazziotta Greyhound Club Vincent E. Arnold David E. Bittner Mary Jane Wolfe Brunnabend Audrey Heckert Cyphers Mary Jane Dugan Figuli Barry L. Gaal T. Jeff Gannon Manuel Gonsalves Carla Nowack Hendricks Kathleen McCann Hilbert John W. Jacob Brian R. Kent David A. Koch Floyd L. Kocher Sylvia M. Lambert Michael L. Lansenderfer David L. Lewis Donald H. Marshall R. Gene Medei Carol Losensky Messina Duane R. W. Murtomaki Theodore H. Rights, M.D. Thomas F. Schmoyer Kenneth C. Sepe Lucy Carl Sigley Barbara Senneca Solker Harold W. Tuller Nancy Warren Van Dyke Thomas E. Wilson 1962 Total Giving: $43,070.00 26% Participation Chairman’s Circle Carol Herman Szarko, M.D. Comenius Society Merr W. Trumbore W. Russell Yurchak Jr. Monocacy Club Constance Platt Boos Lucy S. & Richard K. Braun Gail E. Ekstrand, Ed.D. James H. Gano Shinsho Miyagi William C. Needs Founders’ Club E. Jane Albrecht Graf Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 21 thank you Bela J. Gulyas, Ph.D. Robert E. Preston Richard J. Rusk Gary L. Sandercock Andrew M. Taus Marilyn Clewell Taus Colonial Club David V. Fehnel James W. Frank Roger W. Nagle Harold N. Rice Joseph J. Roseman Robert J. Sallash Jr., M.D. John F. Schultheis Jr. Greyhound Club Francis Amigo Richard E. Andrews Stephanie Rights Bertsch Karen Kaprelian Jacob Carol Altemose Jones Franklin C. Jones Joseph G. Kimock Jr. Bertram L. Lutton John F. McCarty Bernard R. Medei* Joan Karustis Miller George M. Neupauer Robert T. Pastir Roseann Lavan Pastir Sylvia Rubens John W. Watters Emma Demuth Williams Roger J. Yost 1963 Total Giving: $109,645.00 40% Participation 1742 Circle Jutta S. Leheis, Ph.D.* Comenius Society Richard A. Bedics, Ed.D. Robert H. Dietrich Georgene Billiard Dooley James O. MacDonald Judith Studwell MacDonald William J. Pysher Jr. Ann Woltjen Stoddard Grove W. Stoddard, Esq. Monocacy Club Anonymous Donor David R. Cornelius Charles E. Decker Jr. Jean E. Friedman, Ph.D. William C. Leicht Founders’ Club Martin Garcia Nancy Trach Harstine Shirley Hart McBride Charles G. Stoltz Colonial Club Thomas L. Apjohn* Stephen E. Edraney, II Roy A. Frack Ray K. Joseph Robert F. Kohler Stephen O. Nicholas Jr. Carla Dinstel Sallash Gary M. Straughan Patricia Fox Warne Greyhound Club Bonnie Brill Charles S. Canning Carol Horscroft Clarke Francis J. Darazsdi John H. Dech Judith Adams Downing Donald I. Egli Susan Gares Farrell Ronald R. Freed Elizabeth Hicks Garrett Stanley L. Gilbert Melvin R. Hamelsky Charles T. Harberg Susan Burger Hauser David G. Hunscher Sr. Patricia Bonser Knoll Larry W. Lewis Rosemarie Braun Lohnert John J. McCarthy Jr. James T. Meixell Janet Gleva Miller, Esq. Michael R. Miller Russell E. Miller Shirlee Ford Miller Robert W. Moyer JoAnn Sydorak Schaffer Donald C. Schimmel Albert E. Schneider Jr. John J. Shigo, M.D. John A. Viglione Donald C. Vogel 1964 Total Giving: $120,412.48 34% Participation 1742 Circle Joann M. Trotsky Trustee Circle Joseph C. L. Merola, M.D. Heritage Club Janice Whitfield Landis Mary Beth Krater Dinneen Lloyd H. Michael, Ph.D. Comenius Society Bruce C. Coull, Ph.D. Harry E. Dooley Iwao Hanawa Donna Stadinger Hocker Carol Rockovits Leicht Andrew K. Semmel, Ph.D. Monocacy Club D. Patricia Schillinger Hensinger David L. Wickmann Founders’ Club John M. Abramson, D.O. Eileen Yuhasz Bogdan Rosanne E. Bricker Joseph J. Charles Arthur E. Grim John P. Kohl, Ph.D. Nancy Christensen Kohl John Kozura III, D.O. Gerald C. Still Lynne Nafash Warnke H. Richard Wilsey Jr. Colonial Club Jack P. Goldberg Stanley A. Iobst, Ph.D. Judith Bartoe Kohler Robert E. Mushrush Jr. Ray J. Pfeiffer Sr. Linda Reitars Silowka Louise Reinsmith Solomon Greyhound Club Charles J. Berger Jr. E. George Dorer Ronald T. Dyson Susan Miller Erb Sterling R. Geiger Gwynne Grey Gilbert Ronald G. Gori Beverly A. Hails John C. G. Hutchison Jeffrey S. Ingber, D.D.S. Jeffrey A. Jackson Robert S. Johnson Rosalie Fodi Krusemark Judith Robinson Kulak Linda Cook Luskus Robert B. Melchior Peter L. Merluzzi Joy Ann Johnston Paine Peggy Jurman Quinn Margaret Dittmer Smith Karen Chervy Sorensen Connie Latchaw Viglione Dallas H. Vogel Byron E. Waterman, Ed.D. Douglas C. Wilkins Marjorie Wallace Wilkins Alan G. Zeliff James L. Zoks Lea Sutera Hench James F. Hertzog Perry F. Mazza Russell E. Morgan Jr., Ph.D. Terry L. Musselman Lowell H. Tomlinson Gail Smith Winson 1965 Total Giving: $41,192.50 29% Participation Chairman’s Circle Brenda Krajci Heritage Club John G. Landis, Ph.D. Comenius Society Philip A. Gottshall Laurie Boyd Hanawa Monocacy Club Barbara Brautigam Caldwell Hilda Wolff Soden Founders’ Club Robert E. Houser Samuel Y. Kern III Kevyn DePuy Malloy, Ph.D. James L. Morgan Robert E. Sterling Stuart M. Topkis, D.O. Elizabeth M. Wetter Colonial Club Jerry L. Damandl Greyhound Club Anonymous Donor Karen Whitten Aduba Carol Borrup Barber Donald H. Benninger Joanne R. Bobek Ted W. Bowman Nancy Terreson Burtnett Lynette Stoltz Cabral John C. Demuth John E. Dratch, Esq. Gary S. Hartshorn, Ph.D. Thomas J. Haupert, Ph.D. Nevin H. Hollinger Jr. Roger J. Hudak Anthony A. Krasnicke, O.D. Susan M. Maier Arlington A. Nagle Jr. Herbert F. Rubenstein, Esq. J. Peter Rush Ellen Stets Sachs Richard E. Schaffer, Ph.D. Vincent P. Seaman Harriett Pierie Segessenman Ronald N. Shrager William C. Silcox Thomas P. Vadasz Roberta M. Veluce Tanguy Bruce J. Weaver, Ph.D. John R. Williams Robert F. Zerfass 1966 Total Giving: $39,864.06 25% Participation Trustee Circle Parry J. Miller, M.D. President’s Associates Woodrin Grossman Heritage Club Peter T. Dunbar Comenius Society Carl F. Gitschier Michael O. Jones Myra Heimbrook Jones Robert M. Keller Jane Metzler Wolfe Monocacy Club Douglas W. Caldwell A. Owen Freas III Georgia Dreyer Freas Founders’ Club Joseph J. Fassl, M.D. David D. Goldberg, D.O. Carol Coles Graf Karen Leonard Irish Thomas E. Irish Geraldine Zilko Kozura John B. Mancke, Esq. James M. McMahan, Esq. Judith Smith Murphy Lynne Schlosser Raleigh Douglas E. Woosnam Nancy Szilagyi Ziegler Norman C. Ziegler Colonial Club Betsy A. Ahlum Marilyn A. Albarelli Betsy Miller Allen Sue Hill Obal Biruta Andersons Spruds Greyhound Club James M. Andorker Audrey Matz Berg David G. Berg Linda Price Brodeur Ilene Suter Coroniti Thomas J. Driscoll Richard M. Fad Marie Gerbino Lieb Jane Siegfried Gerencher Marie Oravec Jacobs Thomas A. Larsen Eugene F. Mares Edward M. Meyers James R. Morgan Dorothy Gandy Rolph Patricia Reichard Skrip Walter A. Thurber Consistent Giving Society 22 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Leo W. Todd Jr., D.O. Winifred A. White Scherber Joanne Hunsinger Stenman Scott R. Stoneback Sandra Stewart Todd Dorothy Thomas Wait Mary E. Wilson Marianne Hunt Wolf Clifford W. Young Jr. Constance Trembath Zerfass Dianne Achey Zumas 1967 Total Giving: $18,001.00 22% Participation President’s Associates Henry W. Nehilla Comenius Society Alan L. Herd Thomas W. Houser, Esq. Judith Plocher Kaaua Kathryn Broczkowski Klein Barbara Frowery Matlaga Monocacy Club Shayna Jaffe Geller Founders’ Club Darlene Refsnider Borst Richard P. Koeppel Beverly Klausen Mancke Meta Linde Martin Barbara Worsley Morgan, D.M.D. Colonial Club C. Robert Adams Dennis G. Rohn Greyhound Club M. Elizabeth Brown Anthony Neil T. Clewell Jacqueline Snyder Cox E. Wayne Dovan Judith Oravec Farquer William G. Farquer III George L. Flickinger Cynthia P. Fox James A. Fox Kay Hill Hannan Kirby K. Hickey Ellen Fearon Jacoby Ronald N. Khoury, M.D. Paul H. Knipple Lance F. Kolts Diane Leeb Leighton Judith Derk McKendry Carol Ann Roman Norland George J. Pavlinsky Calvin D. Peters George H. Pitsilos Geoffrey H. Rader Michael J. Reber Ruth Harris Runkle 1968 Total Giving: $172,813.55 35% Participation Moravian Circle Carolyn D. Felker Chairman’s Circle Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth Trustee Circle Leslie C. Jones President’s Associates Constance Stirling Hodson Mary Kincaid Squarcia Heritage Club Robert L. Dutt Mr. Robert C. Silcox Sr. Comenius Society W. Eugene Clater Richard M. Cope Jane Larzelere Wachinski Roger O. Williams Monocacy Club Barbara L. Mueller Donald G. Musselman Donald W. Powell Robert J. Semper, Ph.D. Arthur W. Smith Jr. Ginger Rooks Stage Founders’ Club Shirley Messics Daluisio J. Michael Dowd Kathleen Doyle Dowd Carl J. Fritzinger Jr. Gene P. Golini Philip V. Graf Carol D. Henn Kent H. Hollinger Diane L. La Penna Karen Harris Lefever, Ph.D. Brian D. Parry Thomas H. Wiegner Colonial Club Valerie Papps Connors Miranda Batteiger Croft Nancy Campbell Forgang Judith Gregg Homan Roger A. Knisely Peggy Bartholomew Melchior Sharon Gallagher Pfeiffer Eric R. Shimer, Esq. Susan Glazier Wachtel Greyhound Club Robert P. Bees Elaine Mansback Berk Ronald J. Berta Christopher W. Bracy Joseph T. Chickey Kathryn Fretz Churchman Noel W. Coles Morgan Cowperthwaite Jr. Carol Morrow Dovan Thomas H. Evans Edward S. Figuli Warren W. Fischer Richard D. Forest David E. Freeze Richard R. Gerber Grethe Andresen Goodwin Robert E. Greene Donald M. Harris Georgia Unger Hartman Stewart T. Herman Martin Horowitz Edward J. Hudak Jr. Trisha Babbitt Jones George H. Knoll Richard B. Kratz Willa Howard Kravitz Donna Marcks Line Patricia Toohey Lowman Richard J. Parente Jr. John W. Petley Pamelia Jennings Rader Susan White Redfield Linda Bruno Rice Dennis L. Robison Linda Froehlich Schreyer Brian H. Seeber Carol Saul Sell Lois Trotman Simmonds Charles R. Simpson John D. Wait David N. Clinton Jerry A. Clymer Susan Jankowski Conly Janet Chorney Connor-Hanninen Nancy Moon Cramer Charlotte Crone Cruse Andrea R. Fistner E. Robert Geyer Jr. Constance Urschitz Gilbert Lugenia Taccarino Guaraldo Robert J. Guerriere Grace Gustafson Halkins Barbara Wirth Heisler Elaine Kleinschuster Holtzman Jeanne Krenicky Kipp Joseph R. Koch Albert T. Koncsics John M. Lehnert George B. Moller Thomas J. Neimeister Leslie R. Pektor Barbara Holland Peters Carole Thomas Petley Caroline Funk Rabold Diane Perissinotto & Thomas Rosfjord Jack E. Schildt Patricia Hayes Schoeller Helen Bauder Seifert Arthur W. Sheninger Kent L. Swartley Ruth Anne Veruki Thran Richard A. Westley JoAnn Lowe Wolfram 1969 Total Giving: $43,685.64 24% Participation Trustee Circle Eric S. Ruskoski President’s Associates Melissa Miller Robbins Heritage Club F. James Hutchinson Linda Wells Lark Richard C. Subber Comenius Society Dana Burt Donaldson Denis M. Duvoisin Barry R. Galley Judith-Mae Bowers Hanks Bertie Francis Knisely Jane Young Regina Jean Holzinger Somers Robert R. Young Jr. Monocacy Club Wesley Astheimer Carol Ross Hoffman Robert D. Rumfield Susan Clay Smith Donald F. Spry, II, Esq. Robert R. Stage* Founders’ Club William S. C. Bradford Jr. Noel J. DeSousa Kathleen M. Fallon Kline, Ph.D. Turney T. Gratz Jr. Lee B. Herb Alma Coester McMahan William T. Scheidig Linda Evans Shotkus Trudi H. Peters-Goral Colonial Club Walter V. L. Eversley William H. Grow Jr. David B. Richards Carol Flasch Waterman Greyhound Club Elaine Witt Bath Richard J. Bath Donna Owen Baur Terry J. Beidelman Elizabeth Riley Bell Nancy Glassmoyer Brittingham Founders’ Club Ralph W. Barthold Sr. Jeanne Batchelar Gratz Frederic S. Hamlin Jody R. Miller Mary Ann Pritchard Schankel Joyce Harrison Shaffer John R. Stabile, M.D. Mary-Susan Mackey Stoner Henry F. Trexler Colonial Club Richard J. Barsotti Ronald A. Duh David P. Ferraro Donna Shankweiler Keppel John D. Pappas John T. Stieh, Esq. R. Drew Thomson Holden T. Waterman, Ed.D. Joseph E. Williams Greyhound Club Joseph C. Anderko Ronald L. Barner Alice Campbell Bartholomew William L. Buss Timothy J. Foley, Ed.D. Kim R. Frounfelker Richard E. Geiser Lee E. Houck Carol A. Hub Joseph W. Karaman Paula Weiss Kuenzler Timothy J. Lang, D.D.S. David E. Lehr Laura Haley Oakes Kathleen Feist Reed Beverly A. Schneider Arlene Forest Sjoblom Sandra Vizzard Spall Barbara DiBiase Stahlnecker Otto A. Strassburg Mary Solek Tachovsky Tom A. Tenges Frances K. Troup Eleanore Ficken Weber 1971 Total Giving: $24,590.00 27% Participation President’s Associates Robert P. Flicker 1970 Total Giving: $18,396.67 23% Participation President’s Associates Patricia Nemesh Schoenen Heritage Club Barbara A. Osborne, Ph.D. Comenius Society Richard E. Anderson J. Hugh Gratz James L. Regina Robert W. Smith Monocacy Club Thomas R. Herd Michael D. Schrenko, D.O. Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 23 thank you Comenius Society Howard E. Lubert, Ph.D. Constance M. Sokalsky David B. Vasily, M.D. Janet Blomquist Young Monocacy Club Barry L. Buchman Stanley J. Ramer Founders’ Club Patricia R. Burke Thomas W. Burke Jr. Janice Goldberg Fischel Renae Happel Gollins John H. Harting Henry G. Naisby Jr. Sara Paden Peterson Ruth Franges Rayna Gail A. Rhinehart Barbara Woram Stabile Francis Thierer Jr. Colonial Club Robert R. Arnts James S. Brandl John N. Diacogiannis Robert G. Doerr Daphne Greene Eversley Douglas H. Kleintop Eugene M. Lennon Eileen Beck Riddell Susan Warren Rosander Nancy Ludtke Turner Sherie House Weber Greyhound Club Elaine Singer Anderko Donald A. Beck Elizabeth Paizs Benotti Sandra A. Browning Frederick J. Costanzo Loretta F. DeWalt Lorie Schlegel Dotter Mary A. Emery John F. Gehring, Esq. Sharon Harakal Macko Erma Gaffen Hoover Thomas E. Kelly Annamarie Frisoli Knecht Alfred D. Konrad Jr. Monita Russick Leavitt, Ph.D. Roy E. A. Ledbetter John P. Madison Louis C. Melinsky Barbara W. Miller Irene Gobel Neaman Franklin R. Pokorny Jean Smith Pokorny Ruth B. Pope Ethel J. Pudleiner Richard L. Rockwell Rodney H. Saylor Stephen L. Seid Eileen F. Shanahan Jean Lewis Sheninger Thomas J. Sweetz Betsy Prunest Walker James L. Youngkin Virginia Swett Stanglein David W. Weber Susan J. Youtz Jeanette Newcomer Ramer, M.D. Norman D. Sam James E. Spengler John E. Stefanik Glen W. Stoudt Amy Schieferstein Williams Rosalind Shapiro Lynch Charles S. Pohl Sally Kuchar Rebhorn Helen M. Richards Barry L. Trauger 1972 Total Giving: $29,828.75 19% Participation President’s Associates Harry S. Clarke Jr., M.D., Ph.D. Michael M. Ellis Heritage Club Maria Corpora, Esq. Comenius Society Jan R. Gollins Joseph A. Grieshaber Thomas A. Repasch Monocacy Club Joanne E. Keim Steven J. Santucci, D.D.S. Susan Collins Sillivan Founders’ Club Elizabeth Lempke Cochrane Linda Roscoe de Seife James E. Ingalls Jr. Karen Bruckart Naisby Tom Schwanda Harry E. Shea, II Robert B. Smith Colonial Club D. C. Dreger Fred A. Lucrezi Karen Harke Michael Larry C. Michael John E. Riddell Jr. Beverly J. Papps Skeffington Greyhound Club Randy J. Clymer Steve E. Craver Linda Huth Crook Theodore J. Drake Elizabeth McKee Elterich Ruth Finkbiner Friant Bruce W. Hankee Brenda Montz Kalata Joan Taggart Koch Julia Grande Long Marcia Reedman Madison Joseph M. Mangan Judith Balogh McLaughlin Terrell C. McMann John M. Mickner Nancy E. Muth Robert H. Paulsen Sharon Beam Rohal Donna Fiorini Saylor Joanne Hunter Sillivan* John M. Suranofsky Edmund C. Watkinson David R. Wilcomes Ronald J. Zelezen Jean Zamadics Zweifel 1973 Total Giving: $43,475.00 20% Participation Trustee Circle Deborah Oplinger McKinnon President’s Associates Jennifer Swain Clarke James M. Stevens Linda Joseph Stevens Comenius Society Timothy A. DeBiasse, M.D. Beverly Gaston Kochard Peter D. Wolfe Monocacy Club Debra A. Dion-Faust William H. Eberts Jr. Timothy S. Gardner Gary L. Johnson Founders’ Club Jane Heidecker Barthold Saul Finkle William D. Glaser Barbara Hassler Martell Glenn J. Merkel, Ph.D. Suleiman Modjadidi Robert E. Peterson Susan Boyd & Paul R. Shelly Robert K. Strunk, II Colonial Club| C. Anne Lockhart Baier H. James Baier James H. Grifo Tamara Michael John H. Skeffington Patricia Tallon Walsh Greyhound Club John C. Ardinger John R. Bashian Marvin L. Boyer Jeffrey B. Canfield Jill Kerst Coleman Vera Giaffo Cosgrove Martha E. Cox-Popichak Jeffry D. Curry Dennis J. Duda Ronald R. Engleman William T. Frey Alicia Cavanaugh Goldfeder Barbara Kosa Greason John R. Hendrie Larry F. Hentz Daniel Y. Joseph Irving A. Kaplan Valerie Klein Whyte Martha Weidner Lisa Andrew C. Long, D.D.S. Sandra J. Magill M. Kathleen Figlear Malu, Ph.D. Kathleen Grieshammer Miller David Mirro Richard J. Segall Bernard Seif Clifford Soroko 1974 Total Giving: $30,349.00 24% Participation President’s Associates Robert C. May Heritage Club Janie Whallon Muir Marie Skrilec, Ph.D. Comenius Society Patricia Owen DeBiasse Linda Shay Gardner Charles W. Heidecker Thomas J. Rappolt A. Reed Raymond Renee L. Roberts Monocacy Club Lynn Castagnoni Gardner Gary T. & Linda H. Marsh Richard E. Moon, Ed.D. Richard J. Schaedler, Esq. Carol Hunter Tice, M.D. John J. Zoshak, D.O. Founders’ Club Linda Laible Campbell Keene J. Jabbour, Esq. Kevin F. Jones, Ph.D. Holly Rothenberger Lukens Robert C. Mende Bernard V. O’Hare III Susan Sikora O’Hare John J. Pesola Dean S. Smith Colonial Club Leonard S. Buscemi, Ph.D. Ann McKittrick Claussen Catherine Guillan Dreger Carol Rutledge Fogle Patricia Rush Gombocz E. Cynthia Andreas Grifo Joseph E. Kempfer Greyhound Club Donald J. Balogh William F. Bauman Betsy Gustavsen Bradley Susan Chapman Boehret Mary Wagner Dawson Amy Thorpe Haggerty Theodore B. Harwick Michael J. Herczeg Paul A. Johnson Leslie Ann Foley Kopf Linda Shears Krick Marc F. Kuptsow Edward F. Lester Suzanne Karlberg Mello Thomas E. Mingora Kenneth W. Orme Vanessa L. Price Victoria Moxham Reidy Ronald B. Richter Alfred D. Schadle S. Dennis Somach Michael J. Tomasic Deborah Lorsong Turton John D. Weaver Deborah Kracht Weissbrodt Thomas W. Werley Bonnie Boscia Wismer John A. Wright, V.M.D. 1975 Total Giving: $41,223.33 22% Participation Trustee Circle Michael J. Perrucci, Esq. Heritage Club Robert K. Gratz Marilyn L. Herwig Debra Lewis Zvanut Comenius Society James T. Hicks Walter P. Latimer Carolyn Lewis Welaish Jeffrey L. Welaish Monocacy Club Paul D. Balascki Consistent Giving Society 24 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Timothy J. Berger Daniel H. Pipeling Donna Jo Stayton Pipeling Kathy Cinelli Zoshak Linda Eagan Penrod Jonathan M. Sargent Patricia Leonard Sargent David L. Schwoyer Sr. George T. Seiler III Cathy A. Smith Donna F. Smith Lynn Irwin Stoudt Pamela Mount Watkinson Nancy Smith Widdoes Heidi Stickel Wilkins Richard J. Goch Linda A. Mosher Donna Heft Hoffman Barbara E. Jinetopulos Cynthia Dellatore Johnson Marie Poleschuk Koehler Joyce Cascario Kopko Stephen J. Kopko Susan Gardner McConnell Donna Stever Nace James Ruzicka John M. Shaheen Jr. Cheryl Gilbert Sommer James S. Ullman Richard D. Ziegler Kathy A. Lemke Kathryn J. Lilly Janet B. Matts Barbara Deckman McInerney Stephen C. Mervan Jr., Esq. Vincent E. Pantalone Edward J. Puskaritz Louis F. Puskaritz Mary Lou Gorcsan Raiser Jeanette Piagesi Schinstine Fred B. Schultheis James T. Storm Marta Balazs Storm Elizabeth Glenfield Strohl Anthony B. Swartz Jeffrey R. Thorpe, D.D.S. Karen Boyer Guyton Jane E. Jermyn Richard E. LaDuke Daniel G. Nigito Abbie Higginbottom Slaman Robert E. Ternosky Founders’ Club Dale W. Campbell Richard E. Chaney Julie Morris Chowansky Landis F. Frey Jr. John W. Iobst, Ph.D. Elizabeth A. Kovach Cynthia K. Lewis-Hart Renuka Freeman McMahon John R. Mehler Steven J. Rose Jean Y. Sun Shaw Colonial Club Joseph M. Burke Daniel J. Elwood Diane Warren Hartelius Roberta Dollinger Leiby Pamela Reeve O’Gorman Gail S. Warren Jonathan W. Werley Greyhound Club Patricia C. Ackerman Susan Bacci Adams Patricia Mahon Anderson Nancy Hirshman Bacak Judith Druckenmiller Baker Sarah Dinsmore Balogh Ralph E. Brodt III Janet Schwanda Brookfield Michael P. Chanda Jenny Saloky Collins Linda R. Davis-Wallen Deborah Brown Drake Cheryl Rush Heck John F. Heck Helen Kinder Hoover Richard C. Kovacs Nancy Martin Lasher Lucy Taylor Lasseter Kathleen Umlauf Mack Marie Phillip Mingora Gary T. Muzzelo Beverly Kindred Nehilla Stephen C. Nehilla Denise L. Oldenhoff 1976 Total Giving: $17,484.24 19% Participation President’s Associates F. Robert Huth Jr. Heritage Club Ralph W. Hunsicker Comenius Society Donna J. Lee James S. Lyon Peter A. Raines Elizabeth E. Tober Lyon Monocacy Club Amy Lesser Mende Craig S. Troutman Founders’ Club Sandra Dalrymple Gift Amy Greiner Hawley Gary M. Martell Robert M. McCormick Colonial Club Kathy Smith Boyd Lynn Kuhlmann Burke Patty Barnum Coxe Richard C. Doll Lynn Beckage Fairall Ann L. Greenzweig Dean R. Jurgen Elizabeth Graybill Jurgen David N. Klotz Mark A. Wimmer Betsy Ann Stahl Worthen Greyhound Club Linda Kresge Beris John T. Boyer Kathleen Thompson Brent James G. Chase Dennis M. Coffin Dianne Cleasby Cook Wynne V. Edelman Jeffrey M. Epstein 1977 Total Giving: $39,574.62 19% Participation Trustee Circle Gregg L. McNelis Thomas A. Ortwein Jr. President’s Associates Barbara Colbourne Huth Comenius Society Robert E. Kafafian Richard T. Kingston Jr., D.D.S. Mark D. Myslinski Frederick S. Patt Denise M. Torma, Ph.D. Edwin E. Yeakel Monocacy Club Gwendolyn Thomas Bolger Ina Kucey Kroc James M. Midgley Gail Adams Plumeri Founders’ Club John M. Gallup Mary Hubbs Gasdaska Douglas B. Learn, Ph.D. Jon E. VanValkenburg Colonial Club Odell Guyton, Esq. Greyhound Club Albert O. Bittle David K. Bond Yvonne Lettiere Boyer Chris R. Jones Keith W. Jones Wayne R. Kincaid Sharon Cahill Klamik Linda Shafer Kohl 1978 Total Giving: $70,088.37 20% Participation 1742 Circle Placido A. Corpora Heritage Club Nancy Likman Graham Comenius Society Donald M. Bellis Beth Ann Williams Boyer Randal R. Dietz James A. Dunstan Richard A. Leiby Jr. Corinne Fusco Patt Michael Popowycz Colin G. Sandercock, Esq. Monocacy Club David W. Abbuhl, Esq. Mary Faith Yanno Abbuhl Mark A. Fried Cathy Mraz Kimmel Mary G. Mercer Martha Hughes Zimmerman Founders’ Club Paul Chowansky Richard F. Groman, II John D. Hoenig David J. Maltby Colonial Club Martha Sears Anderson George J. Boksan Greyhound Club Clara Shaffer Barbaz Robert J. Barnhart, Esq. Sarah L. Capawana Matthew L. Capuano Karl Claus Jr. Celia Kutner Connor Michael J. Cox Beverly Wilkinson DiPaolo Cynthia Bear Pugnet Thomas S. Farnish, Esq. Joseph J. Haggerty Jr. Michael J. Hartigan Lynn Horak Conroy Donna M. Kish-Goodling E. Blair McGwire Terence X. McInerney Robin C. Murphy, Esq. Jeanne Stoudt Puskaritz Elaine Andrulevich Schaeffer Nancy L. Snyder Stephanie Sykes Stover J. William Velekei Mark S. Yuhasz, M.D. Rebecca VanderPoel Zoellner 1979 Total Giving: $97,201.74 17% Participation Chairman’s Circle Anne McCandless Rampolla Kenneth J. Rampolla President’s Associates Richard J. Szarko, M.D. Comenius Society Robin Ziegler Dogas Kristina Jones Groller Steven W. LeVan Monocacy Club Keith F. Baeder Kathleen Calvo-Schulte L. Jeff Jensen Susan Gangwere McCabe Founders’ Club Jane Frankenfield Burcaw Joanne Shaw Grant Lauri Di Felice Jabbour Peter F. Marion James P. Mucka Jon P. Otis Mark W. Smith, Esq. Stephen R. Vanya Craig F. Wood Colonial Club Mary Ellen Sahaydak LaDuke David C. Muth Joan Szvetecz Muth Scott C. Updegrave Greyhound Club John F. Burke, Ph.D. Kurt S. Eichman Dolores Stofan Fartel George W. French Jr. Linda M. Heilman Diane Bonnell Jones Melissa Haas Lichten Jean Leach Lohmann Diane S. Lukac, Esq. Valerie Wallace Mike Gary S. Minker Anita Poda Moulton Doreen Knotts Newby Judith Parkerton Rosen Thomas F. Tierney, Ph.D. C. Jayne Merlo Trent Raymond T. Young Jr. 1980 Total Giving: $12,224.14 16% Participation Comenius Society Robert E. Beitler Shari Miller Dunstan Frank T. Edgar Roberta Titus Edgar Patrick T. Parenty Daniel A. Polanski, Esq. Monocacy Club Nancy Lorenzo Baeder Margaret E. Couch Robert J. Hardner Founders’ Club James D. Artuso, M.D. Mary Beitler Beatrice Michael J. Beatrice Bernard J. Ezaki Julia Cranford Folk Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 25 thank you Kirk M. Kozero Michael J. McGee, M.D. Yvonne Stroh McGee Bartholomew J. Terroni Jr. Jessica Dunlap Yazujian Ray S. Bishop Jr. Teri McCandless Bishop John R. Martin Jr., Ph.D. David R. Miers Joseph D. Mixon Lawrence E. Olsheski Jr. Ann M. Pasternacki Donald R. Paulus, Ph.D. Cynthia Bahr Pontius Elaine Aagaard Sales Nancy Duckworth Semanick David L. Shoemaker Margaret Evans Stewart Steven J. Trunzo Emily Cook Vadasz Paige H. Yoder David M. Ziegler Colonial Club Douglas R. Anderson, Ph.D. Karl H. Butz George B. Hallock Jr. Craig S. Kafafian Claude E. Kohl Andrew W. Meckstroth Keith E. Nash John E. Snyder, Ph.D. Allen P. Wolfe Greyhound Club Dale A. Audenried Mark J. Buschi Karen Fischbeck Carmany Janice L. Christofferson Deborah Tisdale Cozen Suzanne Hartman Diehl Karl D. Gilbert Colleen Handlon Hendricks Sharon Burd Hontz Debra M. Horwath Patrice Masluk Schwartzman Kathleen Farrell McDonald Brian E. Miller Elaine Domber Monticollo, Ph.D. David L. Moyer Carol Vichiconti O’Connor Patricia Reider Ormsby William F. Ormsby Jane M. Paluda Walter C. Poposki Jody Vinzant Rennie Charles J. Rongione Dennis L. Schlener, D.C. A. Renee Smith Stitt, Esq. 1981 Total Giving: $64,956.50 19% Participation Chairman’s Circle Heritage Club Lisa Moyer Roth Comenius Society Kenneth D. Hanna Tamera Boote Hatton Douglas R. Hooper Anita-Jean Wright Monocacy Club David A. Hnatow, M.D. Evan B. Howell Founders’ Club Mark J. Allender Juliet Harris Baldwin Maureen J. Beretsky Michael S. Drescher J. Christopher Landes Colonial Club Faith Lamorelle Butt Christopher R. Curtin Celia Tonkinson Dollmeyer, Ph.D. Allison E. Frantz Rene Baker Hallock Dianne Borkowski Jarmus Gary M. Krall Tracy Campbell Roeder Robert L. Strauss Janice S. Warren Findlow, Ph.D. Greyhound Club Paul L. Albert Craig L. Bartlett Andrew H. Bender Mary Yavorski Bender Michael A. Collura Mary Mumper Desmond Peter S. Diehl Diane George Dologite Marlaine Rowe Fannin Christopher A. Faraci Keith G. Follweiler Charlene Coleman Frable Lesley J. Hand Cynthia Heymann Hansen David W. Innes Mark F. Kelly* Karyn Hokenson Krasnick Robert M. Kuhnhenn, D.O. Susan Moreau Lovell Ronald P. Madensky Colonial Club Roy F. Boyd Sabrina Zimpfer Boyd Donna Fabian Falk Joanne Belletti Molle David G. Sommers Greyhound Club Jacqueline Lovett Agostinho John C. Byrne Pamela Miller Daniels Kevin M. Dougherty Susan Pitonak Dwyer Nancy Miller Fisher Ronald R. Fulmer Gary L. Kiechel Tracey Ann Knauss Warnke Angelo J. LaDuca Jr. Monica Sterner LaDuca Joyce Mawhinney Mante Marlene N. Merz Cindy Sherrer Miers George W. Myers Lisa Orlich-Mixon James A. Paradee Cynthia Glessman Pletcher Patricia Lynch Pologruto Kevin E. Raiser Renate Schroedel Shotwell Jamie Moll Singer S. Craig Wilhelmy Barry W. Yoder 1983 Total Giving: $15,448.46 18% Participation Heritage Club Susan H. Kuenstner Comenius Society Wendy Merkle Basta Michael G. Link Mary Ellen Markey Mayer Cynthia Pummer Rauscher Monocacy Club Thomas D. Christman Michael S. Wolfe Robert T. Yavorski Jr., M.D. Founders’ Club Edward S. Attarian Thomas D. Baldwin, Esq. Joseph M. Brenner Richard T. Duda Deborah Casey Eisenberg, M.D. Pamela Wilson Gazda Richard D. Gazda William R. Hoke Catherine J. Hyndman, M.D. Janet Loprete Magee David C. Malloy Jane Lefanto Puckett Paul C. Sommers Cynthia Cave Yanchek Barbara Updike Wilhelmy Shirley I. Yochum 1984 Total Giving: $48,328.54 13% Participation Chairman’s Circle Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz Comenius Society Bruce K. Mayer Ronald L. Miksiewicz Monocacy Club Susan M. Bennett R. Scott Shellington Founders’ Club Aletha Custer-Bacon Fassl Nancy Albright Price Colonial Club Donna DalMaso Genay Christina Schoeller Giesler Joseph E. Luksa Lynne Morgan Neel Denise DeJoseph Parkanyi Scott L. Phillips Linda Paerg Pruitt Kimberly Ziegler Trexler F. Joseph Werner, O.D. Greyhound Club Lori Frantz Balliet Andrea Alexander Centofanti Eric W. Csencsits Linda M. Del Balso Tammy Jacoby Dilendik James Gentile, D.O. David L. Griscom Elizabeth Plarr Griscom Michael F. Homa Nancy Bednar Horwath Brian J. Hubert Randolph S. Krail Kurt E. Montz Wendy McKee Moore Susan Traficante Moscatello Sarah Boone Olsheski Helen Berta Rogusky Charles E. Schmidt Jr. 1982 Total Giving: $27,857.78 15% Participation President’s Associates Brian H. Oswald Heritage Club Terri Koser Brady Laurie Riley Brubaker Comenius Society Suzanne J. Bleiler Conrad Jon B. Conrad Patricia Murray Hanna Diane Feeney Mateo Michael P. Rauscher Karen Glenn Yeakel Monocacy Club Sarah Miller Gallagher Scott T. Kocher Susan Kressly, M.D. Scott H. Warrick Founders’ Club Cheryl A. Baker Jeff J. Bartlett Lois Rehberg Beamer Bruce C. Bender Larry J. Esposito, Esq. Laurie Rutledge Esposito William P. Feigley, Ed.D. Cindy Mask Klaassen Michael L. Magee James A. McAdoo David L. Price Colonial Club Judy Jones Curtis J. Christian Giesler Annette Budzak Landes, Esq. Dean A. Molle Vivian Bates Noblett J. Daniel Pruitt Carl J. Wimley Greyhound Club Debra Brooks Nealy Jonathan E. Burcaw Raymond W. Carlier Christina Haas Churilla Joan Detweiler Evans Donny L. Fisher Stephen A. Gohdes Babette Berger Guss Stephen C. Kalamar III Karl T. Kessler Larry L. Knokey Beth Ann Letcher Landis Richard J. Lempke Craig R. Love Julie O’Donnel Lutrario Susan Farrell Meiser Michelle Stein Miller Lori Quier Phillippi Mary T. Radakovits Robert M. Renna Lori Rogora Michael J. Russo Maryann Burriello Salabsky Meinardo R. Santos Jr., M.D. Kathleen McMullen Schafer Ronald J. Semanick Deborah Butler Shaffer Consistent Giving Society 26 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Diane Sciabica Mandry John R. Shaffer John R. Steiger Jr. Janice M. Thomas, Ph.D. Steven P. Zajac Scott J. Mondi Donna Beck Reagan Lori N. Schmeisser Cathy Snyder Shaffer Karen Saas Zurasky 1987 Total Giving: $24,772.00 14% Participation Trustee Circle Conrad J. Radcliffe, Esq. President’s Associates Bruce C. Spencer Heritage Club Todd J. Dickinson Gary L. Long Kenneth C. Yee Comenius Society Claire M. Klatchak Ronald M. Kriner, D.O. Timothy C. Shoyer Monocacy Club Rusty S. Bealer Elizabeth Tyler Bugaighis, Ph.D. Kathleen Hanifan Hoke Founders’ Club Sandra Hammel Cinque Georgine K. Danyi, V.M.D. Shelly Bachman DeLong Jeffery R. Frekot Frances G. Holahan Denise O’Neill, Ph.D. David C. Stoyer Colonial Club Pamela Messerschmidt Pfeiffer Ray J. Pfeiffer Jr., Ph.D. Denise Corona Reinhart Peter Reinhart Amanda Taylor Roth James A. Roth Greyhound Club Philip J. Dommel Kenneth R. Franiak Andrea Shuhan Gelber Douglas C. Green Robert W. Heck Jr. James B. Horwath Karen Morton Jensen Melanie P. Kloiber St. Hill Douglas R. Litzenberger Pharon L. Metzger Alysia Sabatine Phillips Timothy P. Ronan Leonard J. Selner Janeen Bentz Sproul Diane Hvizdak Taylor 1985 Total Giving: $12,185 13% Participation Heritage Club Richard D. Hooper Comenius Society Leonard E. Korn III Gregory J. Tavalsky Monocacy Club Paul M. Brock Jr. Pamela Greeno Campbell Kerry S. Freidl, Esq. Harris C. Hoke Jr., Ph.D. Kathleen DelGuercio Kececi David R. Schulte Founders’ Club Jo-Ann Brantley Brenner Eileen A. Morgan Meitzner Jill Hannah Waskiewicz Colonial Club Holly J. Edwards Lisa J. Foulke Virginia C. Carson Earlaine Coleman Klingler Andrew L. Lamberto Lynne Murray Morgan Ruth Errico Olson Julie L. Sealey Greyhound Club Christopher J. Brown Ann Carpenter Carol Schlaefer Halvorson Richard C. Hassick, II Deborah Beaver Hess Ruth Schultes Huth Lynn Muschlitz LaBarre Megan B. Lamb Joseph J. Lewinski III Paula Colizzo Lewinski Lisa Hoffmeier Lynch Lori Scholz Mauger Anita Finelli Maura Miriam D. Mello 1986 Total Giving: $31,239.32 10% Participation Trustee Circle Terence L. O’Rourke Jr., M.D. President’s Associates Bryan W. Sandmann, Ph.D. Heritage Club Todd E. Bateson Joan Kiefer Dickinson Comenius Society Gayle Fischer Rowland Monocacy Club Laura Allan Haffner Kelly K. Krieble, Ph.D. Carol A. Traupman Carr Founders’ Club Scott A. Hoke James R. Lasko James F. Swartz III, Esq. Lynda Farrell Swartz Colonial Club Randy P. Longo Ralph F. Mittl Susan Henly Phillips John C. Walton Greyhound Club Gayle Stevens Dimmick Kristin Matz Gawlik Christopher P. Gilbert, Ph.D. Catherine Holbrook Hettrich James A. Joseph James T. Lehr Joseph A. Pacelli Jr. Kathleen Regan Patterson Shawn P. Phillips, Esq. Joan L. Reinhard Marc E. Richmond Alice Ritter Samuels Robert J. Snyder Virginia V. Van Horne Richard G. Vitale Valerie Dale White 1988 Total Giving: $17,178.22 12% Participation Heritage Club Teresa Segar Long Christopher A. Ohmacht Comenius Society Joseph B. Hoffmeier Jr. Joseph M. Shosh, Ph.D. Scott A. Wood Monocacy Club Linda L. Atiyeh Tarek M. Bugaighis Douglas W. Derstine Jeffrey C. Ketz Founders’ Club Julie Anderson Atwood Lisa M. Bechtel John D. Diehl Karen Mengel Graham Mathew A. Pirozzi David M. Romanelli Colonial Club Keith R. Bachman Robert J. Russoli Greyhound Club Frank Alessandra Michael D. Anthus Sofia D. Bakis Edward C. Barnett Francis A. Brogan Randall K. Brown Alease Duker Chabrak Peter D. Chimera Lewis K. Christman III John W. Gerencher Bernard Ivin Catherine Martin Janny Thomas V. Labert Jr. Karen Hagerman Leary David L. Marcus, Esq. Patrick J. McHugh Paul M. Polsky Karen Walters Scott Alexis Odinov Stambaugh Joan Simons Starnes 1989 Total Giving: $14,759.24 9% Participation Trustee Circle Amanda Westphal Radcliffe President’s Associates Raymond J. Reimer Comenius Society Candyce Homan Chimera Paul E. Kurzeja, Esq. Kurt J. Poling Stephanie L. Robison Elizabeth Jennings Schreier Monocacy Club Gianine M. Christiano Founders’ Club John T. Dittbrenner Jr. James B. Galbraith III Ingrid Olsen Gerber Lorraine Matuczinski Gyauch Scott A. Stanilious Colonial Club Daniel E. Carusi Karen Helms Demarest Joseph M. Dremock Christine Wasser Hess Timothy G. Seltzer Greyhound Club James B. Anderson Bonnie Sue Banks Beers James W. Beers Martin A. Cauz Louis E. Chomo John W. Csencsits Rita M. Fortino Edmund A. Greenidge Jr. Richard H. Hoffman Richard J. Krouse Patrick W. Sisk John D. Stocker 1990 Total Giving: $38,888.90 14% Participation Trustee Circle Honnie P. Spencer, M.D. President’s Associates Andrew W. Hart Heritage Club Steven J. Burd Thomas R. Ike Comenius Society Richard P. Graham Sharon Duffy Graham Jane Tatum Helstrom William J. Liaw, D.O. Robert A. Verrone Walter T. Wandall Monocacy Club Beth Hance Arnold Kraig J. Correll Jennifer Smith Dieter Ilsa Klebingot Flanagan Kenneth J. Karch Pamela A. Rea Founders’ Club Kendall R. B. Dobbins, M.D. Bryon L. Grigsby, Ph.D. Keith W. Kardos, Ph.D. Anthony D. Sabino Beth Unangst Sawickij Paul M. Staudt Jean Mulroy Tewell Colonial Club Robert J. Floyd Jr. Robert L. Paneque Jr. Greyhound Club Lauren Lauderbaugh Allen Karen Haux Baney Philip J. Baney IV, M.D. Lee S. Detrick Lisa Cunningham Fedor Andrea Fuller Giedosh Dianne Shefski Harper Michael J. Koury Jr. Michael M. Melsky Donna M. Moser Robert C. Schmell LeAnn Blose Stitzel 1991 Total Giving: $25,203.22 10% Participation President’s Associates Elinor Shute Hart David A. Zinczenko Heritage Club Kimberly Deischer Ike Suzanne Kmet Diaz Comenius Society Armando M. Lopez Brian C. Sarisky Monocacy Club Jonathan D. Soden Founders’ Club Judith Tobias Chuisano Jeffrey M. Poling Demeitrius V. Sawickij Robert L. Topkis, D.O. Colonial Club Richard A. Capra Patricia A. Ward Greyhound Club Lori A. Barnett John B. Callahan Gloria L. Conrad Mary E. Cresseveur Reed, D.D.S. Monica H. Deeb Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 27 thank you John A. Dooley Scott W. Fedor Jeannine Renninger Fielding Mark A. Fielding Robert L. Godown Jr. James R. Hardin III Christy Piazza Krouse Lynn M. Kuster Michael C. Licata Jr. Robert G. Moore Jr. Francis R. Mozgai Jr. Susan Knasiak Raley Dwight D. Repsher Jeffrey D. Silfies Rebecca Williams Slominski Lorraine Willey Snyder Eugene F. Weber Jr. Mozgai Katherine Beck DeKorte David S. Fields James C. Frank Marta Boulos Gabriel Charles R. Gugliuzza Paula Giancamilli Hardin Kevin R. Merlo Stefanie Padula Mark P. Richardson Monocacy Club Kevin M. Andris, Esq. Denise A. Bradley M. Bridget Heal John M. Hoffer Founders’ Club Shane M. Hollawell, D.P.M. Danny P. Maalouf Colonial Club Lori A. Halenar Greyhound Club Marianne B. Anestad Christopher C. Arabia Deborah Maier Arabia Charles E. Bowman Kerry Willard Bray Lisa A. Cardwell Deena Diorio Cross Pamela Porter Grauer Kevin R. Harstine Nancy Williamson Hooke Marie Serfass Hosier Joan Vargo Krem Maureen James Lippincott Mark J. McCabe Ann M. Schlottman Patricia Horwath Smith Melissa Newhard Torba Karen Mang Tricomi Marlene L. Wachelka Jeffrey Walker Matthew J. Watson, M.D. Ursula Morike Wuerth 1995 Total Giving: $19,908.90 9% Participation President’s Associates Amy Kohler Howard Janna Barclay Parlee Heritage Club Britt J. Simon, Esq. Comenius Society Mark A. Bonsall Monocacy Club Brandon W. Born Joseph L. Giordano Founders’ Club Lena K. Kenan Edward J. Roach Kathleen Farkas Shaffer Christopher A. Ward, Esq. Colonial Club Krisa Murray Arzayus Melissa Hertzog Johnson Janet Kucey Kovalchick Tara B. O’Neal Jennifer Meyer Roth Greyhound Club Karen Mattes Anderko Kevin C. Anderko Kim N. Christman Frank J. Csrnko Jr. Eileen Diggs Dunn Christopher J. Fox Peter M. Gervasoni Tanya Thear Hood Mary Beth Anfuso Horner George A. Latham David D. Madea Megan Pray Middleton Rebecca Kleintop Owens Keith W. Quelet 1996 Total Giving: $9,430.14 9% Participation Heritage Club Leslie D. Smith Comenius Society Christopher J. Brown James P. Orlando, Ph.D. Renee Szabo Richardson Monocacy Club Mary Kate Turowski Andris, Ed.D. Deborah Yuengling Ferhat Laura Kellers Queen Founders’ Club Alan G. Heverly Tennant D. Magee Sr., Esq. Daphne Rhoton Pierce, D.M.D. Richard Senker Colonial Club Douglas M. Miller, Esq. Greyhound Club Carl S. Appollina Kristen Jones Appollina Edward A. Bloss Stephanie Neel Casey Joyce Minyard Dawley Kevin P. Edwards Matthew A. Fox Roberta Longo Gally Alenda B. Gardner Gordon J. Grauer Eric M. Kniskern, Esq. Alisha Rhoton Norcross Philip M. Novack Gottshall, Ph.D. Michelle L. Santiago Susan Knowles Weber Carissa Barillari Wright Derek J. Wright Frank J. Conforti Jena Woods Pado Founders’ Club Edward S. Brooking Michael M. Folcher Lori B. Lawler David P. Nocek Kara Crampsie Nocek Audrey Weaver Sparks John A. Walls, II Colonial Club Alan A. Babp James A. Gold Zaleina Khan Kartick Glenn M. Price Martha Scholl Ryan Susan J. Terry Greyhound Club Joseph P. Braunstein Emily M. Donato Joan M. Gaetaniello Elizabeth K. Gittins Christy Danko Graybeal, Ph.D. Bridget Guilmette Krauss Alison Parpagene Long Tara Wartman McClimon Judith A. Moll Marie Engdahl Moyer Stephanie Ann Newman Sandra E. Novack Gottshall Jeffrey J. Pukszyn Sharon Somishka Shankweiler Elva Evans Shildt Ryan T. Walters Gregory A. Woods 1999 Total Giving: $3,236 6% Participation Monocacy Club Merica Gellerman William F. & Mary Ann Harzer Megan McGill Lobb Founders’ Club Kelly Lubenesky Wiland Colonial Club Catherine B. Huegler Marsha L. Stiles Greyhound Club Jeffery F. Brill Sara deMange Fox 1993 Total Giving: $12,088.72 8% Participation President’s Associates Todd D. Parlee Comenius Society Barbara E. Reuper-Baum Hilary Martin Wandall, Esq. Monocacy Club Amy Endler Laurel Blair Mikovits Founders’ Club Anonymous Donor Linda Hulse LaPointe Martin J. Marion John E. Mattes III Donald B. Pinkowsky Colonial Club James C. Barclay, D.D.S. Greyhound Club Kathryn Schaar Burke Christopher B. Buzby Jessica Rotz Campbell Thaddeus J. Encelewski Jeffrey N. Gibbs Patrick Herrity Kelly Winner McNabb Jocelyn Smith Mosher Jason C. Reed Michelle Litzenberger Trent Robert T. Wehmeyer 1994 Total Giving: $8,810.00 10% Participation Comenius Society Anne Shea Gaza, Esq. C. Lenny Konzelmann Anthony E. Schuler Dale Intemann van Gelder 1992 Total Giving: $9,177.00 11% Participation Comenius Society Lisa Fromhertz Konzelmann John J. Kruse Susan Sandt Lopez Scott M. Wilhelm, Esq. Monocacy Club John F. Haberl Teresa Rizzo Soden Founders’ Club Sherry Rohn Clancy Christina M. Lawrence, D.M.D. Carmella Solito Mattes Colby Beck McCarthy Neil V. Pagotto Scott D. Pfeiffer Mary Becker Powell John N. Quinones Colonial Club John L. Fourney Lionel B. Fraser III Mark R. Newsome Edward J. Rekai Michael Q. Roth Beth Derr Zmijewski, V.M.D. Greyhound Club Krista Fassl Carson W. Christian Carson William J. Casciano Jennifer Lettie Chomo 1997 Total Giving: $4,755.00 8% Participation Comenius Society Sean R. Richardson Monocacy Club Susan R. Hosterman Founders’ Club Rebecca Kobler Brooking BethAnn Schrey Folcher Phillip N. Geiger Renee Bond Geiger C. Eileen Kutzler John D. Rossi III Colonial Club Sarah Crews Chriscoe Patricia Giordani Krall Denise L. Kowitz Craig D. Neiman Laura Sortino Neiman Greyhound Club Patrick J. Egan, Esq. Carla Thomas Lindenmuth Jason M. Maslowski Nancy J. Moffett Mark T. Morrissey JoAnne Rufo Jennifer A. Schaeffer Amy Croll Souders Robin North Stankowski Christopher A. Starzynski William B. Wekluk III Celeste A. Wells, D.V.M. Owen M. Zimmerman 1998 Total Giving: $4,920.00 10% Participation Monocacy Club Consistent Giving Society 28 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Charles E. Gardner, D.V.M. Jill Ayers Gold Joshua G. Gold William J. Haskins Daniel J. Kent Tyler W. McClimon, D.C. Stephanie L. Rickards Corrigan Charity Feichtel Roth Evett Vega Kathleen Aguanno Zurenko Sook Lee Choi Amalia G. Dignetti Alexander W. Egan Allison C. Fisk Douglas E. Gold, D.C. Dustin Levy, Ph.D. Valerie A. Madea Vera Marston Carole R. Olszewski John D. Rhinehart Paulette A. Roberts Keri A. Schantz, Esq. Clara J. Thorne Tracy Hamill Walters Christopher M. Watt Jennifer L. Genevese Catherine Halley McCormick Victoria Homko Piccotti J. William Reynolds Scott S. Zientek Rebecca Reyda Beidleman, DPT Kimberly A. Broadbent Brynn Saltzer Buskirk Elise Alexander Colancecco Matthew J. Donnelly Samantha X. Dorney Janice E. Farber Anthony C. Iannetta Kelly Warner Kulp Stephen J. Maslanek Bonnie Van Cott Schlener Janice Sisinni Smith Rebecca S. Stewart Rusty J. Trump Thomas J. Mondschein Travis C. Nace Andrew J. Remsing Valerie Korsak Sharkazy Marissa L. Sharon Scott G. Shelbo Amanda Birosik Shilko Emily R. Starner Colin L. Welles Brittany L. Zebro Colonial Club Kenneth C. Greb Shelly A. Levulis, D.P.M. Joshua D. Weaknecht Greyhound Club Dennis F. Batovsky Jon R. Buskirk Lisa M. Casciani-Schmidt Vincent P. Cowlishaw John A. Cupples IV Daniel E. Diefenderfer Neali Miller Feimster Rosa M. Fernandes Lori B. Geisinger Michelle Bartlett Guirlinger William B. Harris Richard C. Kulp III Dina M. Liberatore Jarrod M. Pence Alyson L. Remsing Jarod F. Rhinehart Jeremy C. Sawruk Patrick J. Sinclair Charles S. Tice Kristin L. Vazquez Joshua W. Zagorski 2004 Total Giving: $11,093.76 6% Participation President’s Associates Jaime Marks Corvino Comenius Society Borko Milosev Monocacy Club Heidi Keglovits Caldwell Founders’ Club Charles DePuy Carrie L. Fellon Michael D. Grillo, Esq. Greta L. Kistler Joel Bart Messick Ethan J. P. Ordog, Esq. Scott T. Williams Colonial Club Marissa Weaknecht Ambron, D.O. Kaitlyn Cerco McKittrick Greyhound Club 2006 Total Giving: $1,489.06 6% Participation Founders’ Club Mojca Branc Amanda M. Logan Colonial Club Amy R. Frantz Greyhound Club Shannon Gardner Bakros Lindsey M. Brychta Neil V. Caniga Eric J. Cuevas Stacee L. Cupples John D. Donofrio Carolyn Elliott Evans George J. Gray James A. Greene Matthew T. Hovey, Esq. Candy Geary LaBar Kevin B. Landis Kevin McLaughlin Rebecca E. Moore Virginia Kramer Schott William A. Shimer Gerald J. Weiss Courtney L. Werner, Ph.D. Brendan J. Wright 2007 Total Giving: $1,529.60 7% Participation Colonial Club Julia E. Gasdaska Jennifer Marie Gillard Daniel A. Gohdes Greyhound Club Kelly M. Applegate Scott M. Best Laura Sahlender Boyer Tyler K. Boyer Matthew R. Brehm Tyler B. Chomik Rebecca L. Dries Clifford W. Garr, II J. Barrett Geyer Kyle A. Keller Eric M. Kratz Christina M. LaVecchia Samantha A. Madison D. Patrick McMullen Jillian Mlynek McMullen 2000 Total Giving: $1,002 5% Participation Colonial Club Ashley J. Heiberger Brian D. Unangst Greyhound Club Margaret M. Frantz Lisa G. Hahn-Egan, Ph.D. Allison D. Harteveld Christie J. Jacobsen Jocelyn Eisenhart Kilhefner Nicholas R. Kimball Diane Annes Mizerak Matthew B. Peak Robert Petrosky Angela Scarselletti Shafer Mary Lowrey Toczek Stephen M. Van Horn Heather Wickmann Watt David W. Zimmerman 2001 Total Giving: $5,762.50 7% Participation Comenius Society Hal A. Long Monocacy Club Philip J. Black Rebecca Matijasich Stadelmeyer Founders’ Club Amy DePuy, M.D. Kimberly S. Ghali-Rao, D.M.D. Douglas L. Joseph Torine E. Pasek Colonial Club Michael H. Milunec Greyhound Club 2002 Total Giving: $9,172.74 7% Participation President’s Associates Brian J. Corvino Comenius Society Julie Jones Shilane, Ph.D. Monocacy Club Christopher S. Szutar Colonial Club Michelle Hoopes Treichler Katie Copf Van Der Linden Greyhound Club Monica L. Bartholomew Tiffany A. Catalino, V.M.D. Josh W. Cesare Michael J. Frew Scott A. Heydt Patricia Smith Hoyt Danielle M. Joseph Christina L. Mondschein Kelly A. Muschlitz Debra L. Noble Heidi Wolfsberger Peoples Adrienne Krosecz Schultz Inna Kolesnikova Scully Emily J. Shertzer Gretchen G. Walters Autumn H. Zander 2003 Total Giving: $7,295.68 9% Participation Heritage Club D. Wayne Barefoot Monocacy Club Kelly McLean Rindock Founders’ Club 2005 Total Giving: $3,490 9% Participation Monocacy Club Daniel A. Corey Heather McGarvie Corey Founders’ Club Katie M. Suib Cathleen Lavelle Williams Colonial Club Michelle Lala Clark Rena K. Drezner Charlsie Keefe James Todd R. James Aaron T. Reyer Courtney A. Wertman Stambaugh Greyhound Club Lucio J. Alercia Christine A. Bobick Ewelina Caplap Melissa Duarte Daley Alyssa C. DeSimone Jennifer Kunes Driscoll Justin P. Driscoll Brynn Chromiak Dunkelberger James T. Feimster Jacqueline Collette Fox, Esq. Christina Wallace Garr D. Patrice Henry Thatcher Carlye Roth Koehler Regina A. LaCaruba Joseph M. Moyer, Esq. Stephanie Beitler Rauch-Mannino, Esq. Sheila Lichtenwalner Sacks 2008 Total Giving: $2,854.00 8% Participation Monocacy Club David F. Carr Founders’ Club Ann Mease Gibson John C. Mikovits Jessica J. Preston Daniel G. Soares Colonial Club Sabrina E. Ruch Andrea M. Tramontana Greyhound Club Eric E. Adams Matthew D. Adams Daniel M. Bobick Allison R. Boyd Keith R. Brotzman Brandon J. Cohn Joshua A. Collis Daniel C. DeRicco Amelia J. Dietrich Christopher J. Earley Nikki Benson Falcone Kristin K. Gratz Tammy Smith Kovacs Jessica A. Lord Rachel A. McCausland Kelly LaTourette Moser Wesley S. Moser Rachel A. Radocha Geoffrey M. Roche Rebecca Angstadt Roche Donna C. Smith Tegan Mireski Tishey Bradford J. Wankewicz 2009 Total Giving: $2,293.09 8% Participation Founders’ Club Deborah Martin Arner Colonial Club Jason J. DeStefano Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 29 thank you Emily M. Gibbons Paul G. Mack Alicia Abbuhl Gohdes Sarah Ann Thomas Peter D. Zimmer Justin M. Miranda Kyle W. Shollenberger Andrew J. Shreter David L. Wacker Jr. Anna M. Whetstone Jacob R. Donchez Catherine E. Dormer Shelley E. Drozd Jessie L. Ervin Carl I. Feldman Nathaniel K. Ferraro Jacqueline M. Fontana Steven F. Gaden Melissa S. Gaines Brittany E. Garzillo Kimberly J. Gatski Thomas D. Gavaghan Roselynn M. Geigel Keeana M. Giammarinaro Naomi Gilbert Kevin T. Gilroy Kyle C. Goodbred Catherine E. Gottlieb Brittany A. Gotwols Erin M. Granahan Dayna C. Gross Laura J. Grube Eduardo A. Guillen Megan E. Gumpper Sasha R. Halasz Amanda M. Hanuszak Marcus P. Hardy Edward M. Harper Kyle T. Harris Jonathan R. Heberling Brian P. Heffern Gina M. Heintzelman Benjamin S. Heiserman Rachael E. Hood Samantha L. Houck Alyssa B. Howerter Matthew R. Johnson Amarnath K. Kandallu Travis A. King Stevie N. Klie Kaitlin E. Kline Claire E. Knapp Briana L. Krans Amanda C. Kreuder Brooke A. Kuperavage Carlos La Luz Joel M. Labriola Nokukhanya Langa Jaclyn M. Lecce Micah E. Leonard Vincent A. Leone Sara G. Loprete Brenna P. Maier Katie L. Marakos Melissa A. Marazas Sarah E. Marsh Joseph W. Mattera Graham T. Matthews Noah B. Mayer Vincent Vazquez McDowell Meghan E. McLaughlin Alexandra M. McNamara Andrew J. Messineo Kathryn A. Miller Gianna E. Miranda James B. Moore Albert C. Moran Amanda J. Moreno Bonilla Suzanne N. Moyer Erin M. Murray Shannon J. Neumeyer Donald A. Noble Ethan J. Nourse Joseph A. Ocelus Emma D. Pacheco Michelle L. Palmieri John H. Pavia Grant P. Pellitteri Stephanie L. Pezzello Aaron J. Popovice Tyler A. Potterton Emily E. Prisaznik Alexis E. Rapkowicz Christianna A. Rocco Julianna B. Rodrigues Katharine E. Rubino Addison M. Rymar Samantha V. Savite Steven T. Scheirer Robert E. Scheuerman Kristen M. Schneider Matthew A. Scott Gina D. Seier Lauren M. Seier Elizabeth G. Sgambelluri Samantha R. Sheridan Kathryn Y. Sholly Vincent K. Skorton Haley V. Skymba Shannon L. Smith Kayla M. Smull Ryan Mark Starkman Ryan K. Stocker Rianne D. Stowell Anthony E. Sullivan Justin S. Taylor Joseph M. Tegan James C. Tersigni Aaron O. Thieme Tyler D. Thompson Phillip A. Torres Frank G. Trautz Victoria L. Tribue Emmellene B. Usera Alexandra H. VanBuskirk Briana M. VanBuskirk Elisabeth A. Verile Alexandria N. Vesely Ian J. Vogler Amanda M. Vogt An K. Vuong Phillip R. Wallens Amanda V. Walter Michael C. Waxmonsky Kelly L. Weaver Madeline R. Webb Katelyn A. Weiss Amanda J. Werner Kirby L. White Victoria L. Womer Irene J. Zawisza Julia G. Zinni Melissa L. Zirkel Marissa E. Zondag Cassandra L. Zouzias Bernadette-Kath S. Zuniga Greyhound Club Katarina A. Birle Laura K. Boyd Meredith Wertheim Brehm Keith W. Feinman Perry R. Freifeld Raymond Garcia Anthony Giovannini Marisa A. Gurnari Susan L. Herschlag Gregory T. Jones Amanda J. King Tyler C. McCambridge Catherine Agnew McCarthy Matthew J. McCarthy Stephanie J. Miller Hakim A. Myers Helen Benson Nace Jeremiah D. Reinhart Carl P. Robinson Deborah Snyder Kristin M. Staunton Jessica L. Swartz Cassidy L. Thomas Matthew J. Velekei Karen M. Zavecz 2010 Total Giving: $1,344.00 5% Participation Monocacy Club Alexander A. Kulp Colonial Club Matthew R. Bross Greyhound Club Sarah E. Becker Michael J. Bishop Jonathan G. Boksan Christopher J. Boyle Brian R. Dencker Alison S. Dobrowolski Chelsea N. Dotta Danielle C. DuBois Caitlin V. Fischer Andrew M. Grando Daniel D. Merker Douglas C. Miller Ryan M. Rempe Caleb M. Spess Dylan S. Stroup 2011 Total Giving: $11,400 5% Participation Trustee Circle Clayton K. Brewer Founders’ Club Corey C. Koenig Colonial Club Ravjot K. Chana Cassandra Cleveland Lucas A. Smith Greyhound Club Anisa Kocher Albertson Lizzette D. Arias Daniel J. Cancelliere Christopher J. Cullen Carli Timpson Feldman Kelly L. Grab Alex J. Hersch Stephen J. Kahn Dominic G. Rafetto Gregory J. Rittenhouse Jessica M. Rosato Heather Whitehouse Schwindenhammer Timothy F. Smetana Tara Chiarella Spencer Hongbo Hannah Yang 2012 Total Giving: $2,408.07 5% Participation Comenius Society Michael K. Clark Monocacy Club Matthew A. Lutcza Greyhound Club Brittany M. Beard Jaclyn S. Borden Jennifer W. Buck Nicole M. Churilla Michael J. Facchiano Matthew W. Gibson Charli A. Godshall Patrick J. Gordon Megan S. Hallowell Ian W. Heck Carolyn A. Latkovich Edmond F. Matta Ryan D. McGarry 2013 Total Giving: $2,398.30 46% Participation Colonial Club Stephen L. Cunningham Michael W. O’Gorman Anna M. SantaMaria Greyhound Club Preston G. Ambrosky Samantha E. Anderson Joseph R. Aquino Kelsey B. Ashworth Alyssa A. Baranovich Nadirah A. Bell Caitlyn M. Benonis Andrew C. Benson Symonia J. Bernard Moses Marla R. Bianca Eileen M. Black Christine M. Bloom Takumi J. Bolte Yunuke Nyambeka Bosire Michael S. Brand Gabriella A. Breithaupt Elise A. Bremer Arielle J. Brent Eileen M. Bryan Caitlin N. Campbell Kristian J. Cantens Frank N. Capobianco Joseph P. Cassidy Kate L. Check Theresa L. Civitella Victoria R. Clark Nicholas J. Clingan Katie L. Consales Zachary L. Cooper Matthew C. Cordes Rocco A. Del Priore Steven N. Delturk Garth I. Denton-Borhaug Margaret A. DeOliveira Matthew L. Devine Felicia V. Diaz John R. Diener Anthony J. Dolan Kristen N. Doll Consistent Giving Society 30 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 SEMINARY ALUMNI AND FRIENDS Evangeline Bahnson Smith Society Members of the Evangeline Bahnson Smith Society are those supporters of Moravian Theological Seminary who have made a gift of $1,000 or more during the last fiscal year, at the following giving-club levels: MISSION LEADERSHIP SOCIETY (GIFTS OF $100,000 AND ABOVE) Moravian Church, Northern Province Moravian Church, Southern Province Salem Congregation PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE (GIFTS $10,000-$49,999) Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Black Mrs. Elizabeth Lowder Mason* Rev. Dr. Janice ‘82, ‘91 & Mr. Thomas Young DEAN’S CIRCLE (GIFTS $5,000-$9,999) Ms. Jaye Newbold ‘12 Mrs. Priscilla Wolle PROFESSOR’S CIRCLE (GIFTS OF $1,000-$4,999) Mr. & Mrs. Adam F. Ambielli Mrs. Janet Outten Amos ‘43* Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Appler Karen ‘88 & Jose P. Arencibia Kathy Lynn & Robert E. ‘80 Beitler Mrs. Constance L. & Rev. David E. ‘88 Bennett Mrs. Colleen Workman ‘60 & Rev. James O. ’47, ‘49* Bruckart Mr. & Mrs. James O. Burri Busy Workers Society Evelyn Trodahl ‘68 & Richard Chynoweth Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Crawford Dr. Audrey West & Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ‘80 Ms. Sallie L. Greenfield Ms. Amy S. & Rev. Dr. David B. ‘86 Guthrie Mr. & Mrs.* James A. Hancock Jr. Mr. Carl J. Helmich Jr. ‘53, ‘57 Mrs. Joy G. & Rev. James T. ‘75 Hicks Rev. Lunnett M. Hilliard ‘10 Rev. Dr. Nola R. Knouse ‘09 & Mr. Paul F. Knouse Jr. Larger Life Foundation The Honorable Wilma A. Lewis Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ‘70 Yvonne Thompson Maddox, Ph.D. Mr. Bruce W. Marold ‘12 Ms. Sherry Mason Brown Mrs. Bobbie & Rev. Dr. Henry E. Jr. ‘60, ‘63 May Rev. Dr. Elizabeth D. Miller ‘85 Ms. Jill Peters ‘07 & Mr. Richard Swirsding Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke Mrs. Mary Jeane Moser Romer ‘54* Dr. Doris Wood & Rev. Dr. David A. ‘60 Schattschneider Mrs. Susan & Rev. Dr. Gordon L. ‘57, ‘61 Sommers Mr. & Mrs. John P. Sorenson Rev. Dr. Heather & Mr. Gary Vacek Rev. Deborah M. & Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner Rev. Christian D. Weber ‘52 Mr. Thomas G. Wendt Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams SEMINARY ALUMNI Rt. Rev. M. Blair Couch ‘78 Rev. Wilfred L. Dreger ‘45 Mr. Gregory Ellis ‘07 Rev. Wolfram Fliegel ‘56 Rev. James D Hejl ‘81 Mrs. Denise S. Katsaros ‘93, ‘97 Mrs. Linda H. & Rev. Gary T. ‘83 Marsh Rev. Dr. Willam H. McElveen ‘58 Mr. William C. Needs ‘63 Rev. Cheryl A. Stoneback ‘04 Rev. Dr. Craig S. Troutman ‘82 Mrs. Pamela M. Weiss ‘99 Rev. David L. Wickmann ‘67 Rev. Stuart N. Zimmerman ‘78 Rev. Keith K. Harke ‘99 Rev. David M. Henkelmann ‘57 Ms. Frances L. Huetter ‘58 Rev. Melissa Hertzog Johnson ‘01 Rev. Ray K. Joseph ‘67 Rev. Glenn F Jurek ‘64 Rev. Dean R. Jurgen ‘81 Rev. William B. Kerner ‘62 Rt. Rev. Douglas H. Kleintop ‘75 Rev. Richard W. Kohl ‘60 Rev. Andrew W. Meckstroth ‘86 Rev. Gordon B. Mowrer ‘89, ‘92 Rev. Dr. Stephen O. Nicholas Jr. ‘67 Rev. Charles Otto ‘03 & Ms. Margaret Gorman Rev. Catherine A. Parsons ‘95 Rev. Helen R. Pearson ‘93, 97 Mrs. Helen M. Richards ‘03 Rt. Rev. Graham H. Rights ‘60 Ms. Tracy Campbell Roeder ‘89 Rev. Dennis G. Rohn ‘70 Rev. Canon Gwendolyn-Jane Romeril ‘81 Ms. Charlotte G. Rosenberger ‘92 Mr. David G. Sommers ‘87 Rev. Gary M. Straughan ‘66 Rev. Robert L. Strauss ‘84 Rev. Lynne D. Trout ‘05 Rev. Katie Copf Van Der Linden ‘06 Rev. Aden A. Ward ‘71 Rt. Rev. Dr. Kay K. Ward ‘80 Rev. Margaret Braden Wellert ‘99, ‘00 TRUSTEE CIRCLE Rev. Dr. Janice M. Young ‘82, ‘91 PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Ms. Jaye Newbold ‘12 HERITAGE CLUB Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ‘80 Rev. Anna Deppen Lutz ‘70 Mr. Bruce W. Marold ‘12 Rev. Dr. Elizabeth D. Miller ‘85 COMENIUS SOCIETY Mrs. Karen A. Arencibia ‘88 Rev. David E. Bennett ‘88 Rev. James O. Bruckart ‘49* Rev. Barry R. Galley ‘73 Rev. David B. Guthrie ‘86 Mr. Carl J. Helmich Jr. ‘57 Rev. Lunnett M. Hilliard ‘10 Rev. James L. Johnson ‘59* Rev. Dr. Nola R. Knouse ‘09 Rev. Dr. Henry E. May Jr. ‘63 Ms. Jill Peters ‘07 Rev. Dr. Gordon L. Sommers ‘61 Rev. Christian D. Weber ‘52 MONOCACY CLUB Rev. Dr. Douglas W. Caldwell ‘69 FOUNDERS’ CLUB Rev. Dr. Craig D. Atwood ‘87 Rev. Hartmut Beck ‘50 Dr. Ronald R. Cavanagh ‘63 Rev. Kenneth V. Daniel ‘89 Rev. J. Michael Dowd ‘71 Rev. Dr. Eileen Edwards ‘05 Rev. Ian D. S. Edwards ‘04 Rev. Dr. Donald C. Esslinger ‘82 Rev. Terry L. Folk ‘78 Rev. Lloyd Gooden ‘12 Rt. Rev. Paul A. Graf ‘64 Rev. Jane Keogh Harberg ‘91 Rev. Dr. Willard R. Harstine ‘62, ‘86 Rev. Anthony E. Hayworth ‘08 Rev. Dr. James S. Hilander ‘51 Rev. John D. Hoenig ‘80 Mr. Darryl S. Jeffries ‘69 Mrs. D. Jane Joyce ‘93 Rev. Dianne Murray Kareha ‘93, ‘97 Rev. Norman E. Prochnau ‘62 Rev. John G. Rights ‘95 Rev. Frederick C. Seyfert Jr. ‘62 Rev. Richard L. Sides ‘75 Rev. Robert T. Stevens ‘94 Mrs. Barbara Martin Stout ‘87 Rev. Dr. William J. Weinland ‘49 Ms. Louise H. Young ‘90 COLONIAL CLUB Rev. Richard R. Beck ‘86 Rev. Wendy Pirwitz Beck ‘86 Ms. Kelly Howard Brooks ‘05 Rt. Rev. Dr. D. Wayne Burkette ‘69 Rev. David R. Burkette ‘57 Rev. Carol Packer Dague ‘90 Rev. M. Lynnette Delbridge ‘84 Rev. Robert F. Engelbrecht `56 Ms. Judith Ganz ‘08 Rev. J. Christian Giesler ‘86 Rev. William E. Gramley ‘62 Rev. Elizabeth A. Haines ‘06 GREYHOUND CLUB Rev. Sara Moran Aker ‘86 Rev. Matthew W Allen ‘98 Rev. William T. Andrews ‘82 Mr. Michael W. Barnett ‘03 Ms. Susan Palos Bennetch ‘11 Rev. Bradley L. Bennett ‘84 Rev. Walter C. Bishop ‘05 Mr. James O. Blanton III ‘59 Rev. Erwin E. Boettcher ‘52 Rev. Canon Doris S. Bray ‘80 Rev. Karl F. Bregenzer ‘48 Rev. Jeffrey J. Butz `94 Rev. John D. Christman ‘70 Rev. Dr. Deborah Rahn Clemens ‘84 Mrs. Gloria L. Conrad ‘99 Ms. Julie Noyes Cook ‘87 Rev. Cheryl G. Cottingham ‘08 Rev. Sandra Kay Crase ‘02 Rev. Steve E. Craver ‘77 Rev. David D. Danneberger ‘75 Rev. Canon Virginia Rex Day ‘93 Rev. Brian R. Dixon ‘05 Rev. Dean A. Easton ‘05 ConsistentGiving GivingSociety Society Consistent FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 31 thank you Rev. Dr. Elaine L. Fenstermacher Bogert ‘79, ‘82 Rev. Derek A. French ‘95 Rev. Matthew J. Gillard ‘09 Rev. Stephen A. Gohdes ‘86 Rev. W. Norwood Green ‘52 Rev. Dr. Gene E. Handwerk ‘77, ‘82 Rev. Charles T. Harberg ‘67 Rev. Milton Hartentstine ‘71 A. Peter Haupert, M.D. ‘56, ‘59 Thomas J. Haupert, Ph.D. ‘69 Rev. Wayne A. Hawley ‘76 Mr. Michael Hedrick ‘08 Rev. Marvin R. Henkelmann ‘53 Ms. Therese M. Hero ‘95 Mrs. Cheryl Hilbert-Gonzalez ‘11 Mrs. Diana Hill ‘93 Rev. Trina Holmberg ‘09 Ms. Patricia Smith Hoyt ‘11 Rt. Rev. Dr. James C. Hughes ‘47 Rev. Franklin C. Jones ‘65 Rev. Diane C. Joseph ‘98 Rev. Gail H. Kees ‘86 Rev. Dr. Judy Schaeffer Kehler Shirey ‘84 Rev. Brian R. Kent ‘64 Rev. Andrew D. Kilps ‘07 Rev. James L. Knappenberger ‘77 Rev. Reid P. Lauderman ‘10 Rev. Jodie Lean Harney ‘09 Rev. Roy E. A. Ledbetter ‘74 Rev. Linda Leuser ‘08 Dr. Robert A. Lewis ‘56 Rev. Kurt S. Liebenow ‘90 Rev. Dr. Mary D. Matz ‘75, ‘82* Rev. Dr. William W. Matz Sr. ‘53 Rev. Christie Melby-Gibbons ‘09 Ms. Janet Scholey Mishkin ‘12 Mr. Donald L. Murphy ‘99 Rev. Jack T. Nance ‘65 Rev. Bruce J. Nelson ‘91 Rev. Jimmie L. Newsom Sr. ‘64 Rev. James C. Newsome Jr. ‘87 Mrs. Anne Cramer Nourse ‘04 Rev. Kenneth W. Nowack ‘51 Rev. Frederick W. Oleck ‘65* Ms. Carol Olzinski ‘10 Rev. Mary L. Plummer ‘04 Rev. Jami L. Possinger ‘02 Rev. John F. Rauhut ‘89 Rev. Janel Rice ‘05 Rev. Dawn R. Richie ‘03 Rev. George R. Richmond ‘91 Rev. Douglas C. Rights ‘83 Rev. Dr. Cornelius B. Routh ‘90 Rev. James V. Salzwedel ‘61 Rt. Rev. Dr. Edwin A. Sawyer ‘38 Rev. Dr. Robert E. Sawyer ‘67 Rev. Marlin L Schaffstall ‘59 Rev. Eric J. Schulze ‘53 Rev. George R. Scilley ‘58 Rev. Dr. Richard I. Shamel ‘54 Rev. Joan A. Shelton ‘79 Rev. Dody Freed Siegfried ‘02, ‘09 Rev. Robert H. Smith ‘61 Rev. David W. Sobek ‘90 Rev. Maria Evola Spada ‘89 Rev. Earl E. Stephan ‘57 Rev. Rebecca Y. Stephens ‘92 Rev. Arkon G. Stewart ‘90 Rev. Dr. Glen W. Stoudt ‘77 Mrs. Stephanie Sykes Stover ‘78 Mr. Gerald W. Stover ‘84 Rev. Arlene Byers Studer ‘72 Rev. Dorothy Lehman Tarreto ‘10 Rev. Canon Jane B. Teter ‘83, ‘85 Rev. Jay Reeder Thatcher III ‘05 Rev. Richard J. Thierolf ‘78 Rev. Allen. D Timm ‘92 Rev. C. Scott Venable III ‘79 Rev. Nancy R Von Boeckmann ‘93 Mrs. Emily B. Wallace ‘94 Rev. John B. Wallace ‘84 Mrs. Lynn Aprill Webb ‘11 Rev. Warren D. Wenger ‘45 Rev. Carol L. West ‘00 Rev. R. Donald Winters ‘85 Ms. Tara Altenbach Zrinski ‘05, ‘07 SEMINARY FRIENDS Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke Mrs. Mary Jeane Moser Romer ‘54* Doris Wood & David A. ‘60 Schattschneider Mrs. E. Jane Albrecht Graf ‘62 Bryon L. Grigsby, Ph.D. ‘90 Mrs. Nancy Trach Harstine ‘63 Mr. & Mrs. Richard M. Henderson Drs. Curtis & Karen Keim Rev. Fred Knieriem* Rev. Margaret K. Leinbach & Mr. Ted Leinbach Karen Bruckart ‘72 & Henry G. Jr. ‘71 Naisby Mrs. Mary Ellen Binder Orben ‘42 Mr. & Mrs. Jim Pettit Mr. Richard P. Reinke Wayne C. ‘61 & Sandra Shugart Ms. Jean H. Siftar Mr. & Mrs. Halfred C. Smith Mrs. Janet Parks Weinland ‘47 Margaret & Theodore E. ‘60 Wilde COMENIUS SOCIETY Mr. & Mrs. Adam F. Ambielli Rev. Dr. Deborah A Appler Kathy Lynn & Robert E. ‘80 Beitler Mrs. Colleen Workman Bruckart ‘60 Mr. & Mrs. James O. Burri Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Crawford Embassy Bank Ms. Sallie L. Greenfield Mr. Terry J. Hart Joy G. & James T. ‘75 Hicks Ms. Judith Plocher Kaaua ‘67 Mr. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69 The Honorable Wilma A. Lewis Yvonne Thompson Maddox, Ph.D. Ms. Sherry Mason Brown Mr. & Mrs. John P. Sorenson Rev. Dr. Heather & Mr. Gary Vacek Rev. Deborah M. & Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner Mr. Thomas G. Wendt Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams MONOCACY CLUB Mrs. Ruth L. Behrend Mr. & Mrs. R. Franklin Chitty Jr. Mr. Frank E. Driscoll Patricia H. & Mark A. ‘78 Fried Mrs. Anna Mae Gillett Mr. & Mrs. Cromer R. Grubbs Jr. Mrs. Carol Sloan McElveen ‘58 Mrs. Rose Eifert Nehring SKF Industries, Inc. Mr. Jessie J. Stone* Howard & Elizabeth Vogler Fund Mr. Paul R. Yochum Mrs. Martha Hughes Zimmerman ‘78 FOUNDERS’ CLUB Anonymous Donor Mrs. Juliae Anderson Atwood ‘88 Ms. Jane Frankenfield Burcaw ‘79 Rt. Rev. & Mrs. C. Hopeton Clennon Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Howard H. Cox Mrs. Kathleen Doyle Dowd ‘68 Mrs. Julia Cranford Folk ‘80 Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Frey Ann C. ‘08 & Mark J. Gibson Mrs. Christina Schoeller Giesler ‘84 MORAVIAN CIRCLE Mrs. Margaret M. Peters* 1742 CIRCLE Mrs. Elizabeth Lowder Mason* CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE Evelyn Trodahl ‘68 & Richard Chynoweth TRUSTEE CIRCLE Mr. Stephen D. Black PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Mrs. Janet Outten Amos ‘43* Mr. J. Robert Hess Larger Life Foundation Mrs. Priscilla Wolle HERITAGE CLUB Mr. & Mrs.* James A. Hancock Jr. COLONIAL CLUB Mr. & Mrs. David P. Ambler Mr. & Mrs. Ben M. Cahill Jr. Ms. Susan L. Canfield Mrs. Marian McCuiston Couch Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Crouch Mr. Keith M. Dague Mr. & Mrs. John E. Dewees Ms. Sylvia Muller Doyle Mr. James A. Gold ‘98 Mr. Earl Jackson Mrs. Elizabeth Graybill Jurgen ‘76 Mrs. Mary Kilpatrick Kohl ‘56 Ms. Marcella Kraybill-Greggo Mrs. Mildred B. Park Mrs. Kathryn Shamel Mr. & Mrs. Norman Trapp Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wheeler GREYHOUND CLUB Mr. Albert Atwood Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Bade Mrs. Betty Lou Kohl Baker Miss Darlene Bucher Mrs. Ruth Burns Carver Mr. & Mrs. Edwin F. Coble Mr. Matthew S. Cunningham Rev. Dr. David H. DeRemer Mrs. Carl A. Dull Mrs. Geraldine M. Eichman Miss Phyllis Ann Epperson Ms. Geraldine L. Fenstermaker Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Frey Mr. & Mrs. W. Melvin Fulp Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius S. Haitz Mr. & Mrs. Ernest R. Hampton Consistent Giving Society 32 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Mr. & Mrs. David H. Hester Mr. & Mrs. Roger K. Hockaday Ms. Donna D. Hurt Ms. Ellen Dalgaard Jensen Mr. Edmund W. Johnson Mrs. Carol Altemose Jones ‘62 Mr. & Mrs. M. Keith Kapp Mr. & Mrs. Charles N. Kuttruff Mr. Hugh K. Leatherman Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Roland R Liebenow Ms. Deborah LoPresti Mr. Frederick G. Lowrey Jr. Mrs. Emilie B. Manning Mr. Ostomy Matthew ‘00 Mrs. Katherine Merle-Smith Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Peter V. Meyers Mr. Kevin Moyzan Ms. Nancy D. Nicholas Ms. Rebecca Kleintop Owens ‘95 Ms. Gloria K. Pearce Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Perryman Mr. & Mrs. Gary Pruett Ms. Lillian A. Rentschler Susan B. & Theodore H., M.D. ‘61 Rights Mr. Anderson Roberts Mr. & Mrs. James T. Roland Ms. Julie A. Rucks Ms. Mildred Saderholm Mr. & Mrs. Jerry D. Saunders Mrs. Madelyn R. Schalow Mrs. June Zimmerman Shamel ‘54 Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Simmons Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Simmons Mr. & Mrs. E. A. Singleton Mr. & Mrs. John P. Smeltzer Mrs. Margaret Dittmer Smith ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. I. B. Southerland III Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Stamm Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Starbuck Ms. Lynn Irwin Stoudt ‘75 Ms. Fay M. Thomas Mr. H. Douglas Walker Emily B. ‘94 & Edwin, M.D., Wallace Mrs. Doris Roberts Wenger ‘60 Ms. Allison Lancaster Whipple Mr. & Mrs. Raymond P. Williamson Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. Zimmerman FACULTY, STAFF AND TRUSTEES Present and emeriti members of Moravian College and Moravian Theological Seminary faculty and staff, as well as current Moravian trustees MORAVIAN CIRCLE Mr. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr. P ‘84 Mrs. Genevieve Riordan Gee ‘43 Mrs. Priscilla Payne Hurd* A. Kathrine Miller, Ph.D. ‘34* Mr. Frederick A. Reinhard P ‘86, P ‘90 1742 CIRCLE Mrs. Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth ‘68 Mrs. Betsey Tait Puth ‘51 CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE Mr. & Mrs. Curtis H. Barnette Mr. Ray S. Bishop Jr. ‘81, P ‘10 Mrs. Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz ‘84, P ‘14 Mr. Kenneth J. Rampolla ‘79 TRUSTEE CIRCLE Mr. Stephen D. Black Dr. G. Clarke Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Christensen Mrs. Deborah Oplinger McKinnon ‘73 Parry J. Miller, M.D. ‘66 Honnie P. Spencer, M.D. ‘90 Rev. Dr. Janice M. Young ‘82, ‘91 PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Mr. Brian J. Corvino ‘02 Rev. Dr. Frank L. Crouch ‘80 Mr. Michael M. Ellis ‘72 Mr. Andrew W. Hart ‘90 Rev. Dr. Elizabeth D. Miller ‘85 Mr. Robert J. Schoenen Jr. Dr. Bettie Moretz Smolansky Dr. Gordon Weil HERITAGE CLUB Rev. Dr. Deborah A. Appler Rev. David E. Bennett ‘88 Mr. Gary A. Carney Mr. Robert K. Gratz ‘75, P ‘08 Rev. David B. Guthrie ‘86 Mrs. James A. Hancock Jr.* Ms. Amy Lou Johnson Ms. Anne Myers Reid Dr. & Mrs. Ervin J. Rokke Rev. Dr. David A. Schattschneider ‘60 Dr. Doris J. Wood Schattschneider COMENIUS SOCIETY Mrs. Karen Bader Ms. Suzanne Bleiler-Conrad ‘82 Dr. Herman E. Collier Jr. P ‘86 Mr. Jon B. Conrad ‘82 Mr. Scot J. Dapp Dr. George S. Diamond Ms. H. Paty Eiffe Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gehman Dr. Ruth Roberts Hailperin Mrs. Patricia Murray Hanna ‘82 Dr. Linda Heindel Rev. James T. Hicks ‘75 Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69, P ‘00 Dr. Frank T. Kuserk Dr. Eva Leeds Dr. Heikki E. Lempa The Honorable Wilma A. Lewis Dr. Nicole L. Loyd Yvonne Thompson Maddox, Ph.D. Dr. Gary L. Olson Mr. Bryan Peacock Ms. Jill Peters ‘07 Mr. Joseph L. Powlette ‘60 Mr. A. Reed Raymond ‘74 Mr. Mark F. Reed Dr. Alicia N. Sevilla Joseph M. Shosh, Ph.D. ‘88 Dr. Janet A. Sipple Dr. Donna G. Smith Dr. Kay B. Somers Mr. Richard C. Subber ‘69, ‘95 Rev. Dr. Heather Hartung Vacek Rev. Dr. Walter H. Wagner Mr. James R. Walker P ‘07 Mr. John E. Williams Mrs. Mary Ann Williams Mr. Walter F. Williams P ‘81 Mr. Michael P. Wilson P ‘16 Mrs. Susan Overath Woolley Mrs. Carole Ann Reese Mrs. Kelly McLean Rindock ‘03 Mr. Arthur W. Smith Jr. ‘68, P ‘96, P ‘01 Dr. Susan Martin Studds Dr. Lori J. Toedter P ‘06 Dr. Carol A. Traupman-Carr ‘86 Rev. Dr. Craig S. Troutman ‘76, ‘82 Dr. Robert R. Windolph Dr. Joel D. Wingard MONOCACY CLUB Dr. Michele M. August-Brady Mrs. Ruth Calvo Dr. Bernardo J. Cantens P ‘13 Dr. Benjamin Coleman Rt. Rev. M. Blair Couch ‘78, P ‘11 Ms. Amy Endler ‘93 Bryon L. Grigsby, Ph.D. ‘90 Dr. Curtis A. Keim Ms. Dawn M. Ketterman-Benner Kelly K. Krieble, Ph.D. ‘86 Dr. Janet S. Loengard Ms. Patricia A. Price FOUNDERS’ CLUB Mr. Harold C. Anderson P ‘04, P ‘05, P ‘08 Rev. Dr. Craig D. Atwood ‘87 Mr. James E. Barnes Mrs. Dawn L. Buck P ‘06, P ‘10, P ‘12 Ms. Jane Frankenfield Burcaw ‘79, P ‘13 Rev. Dr. Howard H. Cox Mrs. Linda J. Doyle P ‘12 Rev. Dr. Eileen Edwards ‘05 Mrs. Bonnie Jean Falla Rev. Dr. William S. Falla Rev. Dr. Steve R. Gordy P ‘01, P ‘05 Rev. Jane Keogh Harberg, ‘60, ‘91 Rev. Dr. Willard R. Harstine ‘62, ‘86, P ‘94 Rev. Dr. James S. Hilander ‘48, ‘51 Dr. Daniel Jasper Mr. Mayo W. Lanning* Ms. Linda Hulse LaPointe ‘93 Mr. Gary M. Martell ‘76, P ‘07 Mrs. Colby Beck McCarthy ‘92 Dr. & Mrs. John W. McDermott Mrs. Carol J. Meixell P ‘00, P ‘01 Mrs. Carol Ann Modjadidi P ‘06 Mrs. Susan Sikora O’Hare ‘74, P ‘03, P ‘07 Dr. Martha Reid Mr. John D. Rossi III ‘97 Mrs. Monica Schantz Mr. Richard R. Schantz Dr. James V. Skalnik Dr. Barbara Vinciguerra Mr. Neil Wetzel Dr. Stacey B. Zaremba COLONIAL CLUB Dr. Mary E. Arenas Dr. John R. Black Mr. George J. Boksan ‘78, P ‘10 Consistent Giving Society FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 33 thank you Mrs. Sabrina Zimpfer Boyd ‘82, P ‘08, P ‘09 Mrs. Lisa Gianotti Brand Dr. Robert T. Brill Dr. George D. Brower Robert T. Burcaw, Ph.D. ‘51, P ‘80, P ‘83, P ‘88, P ‘94 Mrs. Esther B. Burkhart Dr. Kerry H. Cheever Mrs. Ann McKittrick Claussen ‘74 Ms. Sylvia Muller Doyle P ‘17 Mrs. Geri G. Flores Ms. Julia E. Gasdaska ‘07 Dr. Dennis G. Glew Mr. Ashley J. Heiberger ‘00 Mrs. Deborah J. Hinkel P ‘03, P ‘04 Rt. Rev. Douglas H. Kleintop ‘71, ‘75, P ‘95, P ‘00 Ms. Marcella Kraybill-Greggo Dr. Matthew A. Lang Dr. David L. Langhus Mr. John Makuvek Jr. P ‘84 Dr. Joanne M. McKeown Mr. Douglas J. Plotts Dr. John V. Reynolds P ‘03, P ‘11 Dr. Edward A. Roeder Dr. Michelle E. Schmidt Dr. Fred B. Schultheis ‘77, P ‘10 Dr. G. Alden Sears Mrs. Shelley A. Speirs Ms. Mary Beth A. Spirk Rev. Katie Copf Van Der Linden ‘02, ‘06 Rt. Rev. Dr. Kay K. Ward ‘80, P ‘91 Mr. Robert J. Ward Dr. Debra Wetcher-Hendricks Mr. Joseph E. Williams ‘70 Greyhound Club Ms. Marianne T. Adam Dr. Pamela Z. Adamshick Ms. Anisa Kocher Albertson ‘11 Ms. Shelley Sorensen Bauder Mr. William F. Bauman ‘74 Mr. James W. Beers ‘89 Mr. Scott M. Best ‘07, ‘10 Dr. John M. Bevington Dr. Hilde Binford Mrs. Marie T. Breisch Mr. Ralph E. Brodt, III ‘75, P ‘12 Dr. Carole K. Brown Mr. John C. Byrne ‘82 Mr. Richard J. Churilla P ‘12 Mrs. Elise Alexander Colancecco ‘04 Mrs. Margaret Cook Mrs. Catherine L. Dantsin Dr. John R. Dilendik Rev. Brian R. Dixon ‘05 Dr. Theresa A. Dougal Dr. Dana S. Dunn Mrs. Theresa C. Eddinger P ‘05 Mr. Kevin P. Edwards ‘96 Ms. Jessie L. Ervin ‘13 Mrs. Janice E. Farber ‘04, P ‘17 Mr. James T. Feimster ‘05 Mr. Terence J. Fitzpatrick Dr. Michael J. Fraboni Dr. Joseph J. Gerencher Dr. Christie L. Gilson Dr. Beth Ann Gotwals Miss JoAnn M. Grandi Mr. Kenneth C. Greb ‘03, ‘07 Dr. James S. Green Ms. Megan S. Hallowell ‘12 Mrs. Eva S. Heisler Dr. Joyce A. Hinnefeld Dr. Lorraine M. Hoffman Dr. Donald W. Hosier Mr. Scott C. Ihle P ‘15 Ms. Christie J. Jacobsen ‘00 Ms. Donna Keeler Mr. Thomas F. Klepeisz Dr. Ronald J. Kline P ‘07 Mrs. Janet E. Knauss Dr. Helen Kohler Dr. Astrid B. Kromayer P ‘76 Mr. Louis V. Lanza Ms. Micah E. Leonard ‘13 Dr. Santo D. Marabella Dr. Albert H. Martin Ms. Lynn M. Masters Mrs. Michelle Rogers Matuczinski P ‘00, P ‘02 P ‘78 Rev. Dr. William W. Matz, Sr. ‘50, ‘53, Dr. Robert H. Mayer P ‘13 Ms. Candi Stoudt Miller Mr. Justin M. Miranda ‘12 Mr. Thomas J. Mondschein ‘07, P ‘02 Mr. Wesley S. Moser ‘08 Ms. Carole R. Olszewski ‘01 Ms. Rose Panik Rev. Jami L. Possinger ‘02 Mr. Jeffrey J. Pukszyn ‘98 Dr. Jason H. Radine Mr. Jeremiah D. Reinhart ‘09 Ms. Alyson L. Remsing ‘03 Mrs. Carla E. Ross Rev. Dr. Cornelius B. Routh ‘90 Dr. Michelle L. Santiago ‘96 Ms. Amy W. Saul Dr. Maria L. Schantz Ms. Martha K. Schrempel Rev. Dr. Stephen A. Simmons Ms. Brienne Smith Dr. Jennifer A. Specht Mr. John P. Stoneback Mrs. Anita K. Tannous P ‘03 Mr. Daniel S. Tannous Dr. Paige Thompson Wendling Mr. Robert J. Volk Jr. P ‘14, P ‘16 Mrs. Janet A. Wallace P ‘08 Ms. Cathy M. Welsko P ‘11, P ‘13 Miss Debra A. Williamson Dr. Hans M. Wuerth PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS MORAVIAN CIRCLE Mr. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr. P ‘84 Mr. & Mrs. Frederick A. Reinhard P‘86, P ‘90 Current and past parents and grandparents of Moravian students Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Weller P ‘06 Ann H. & Peter A. ‘76 Raines P ‘10, P ‘12 Mr. & Mrs. Russell Truscott P ‘14 Ida E. & David B., M.D. ‘71 Vasily P ‘02 Mr. James R. Walker P ‘07 Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Williams P ‘81 Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Wilson P ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Ed Zondag P ‘13 Mrs. Joan Gilbert P ‘80, P ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. Murat Guzel P ‘14 Mr. & Mrs. L. Thomas Hornberger P ‘98 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Maher P ‘08 Mr. & Mrs. John F. Mikovits P ‘03, P ‘08 Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore J. Nesto P ‘16 Mr. John L. Reed Jr. P ‘14 Mr. & Mrs. James E. Reese P ‘00 Mrs. Barbara Reimers P ‘92 Mr. & Mrs. William Roethke P ‘16 Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ruggiero Sr. P ‘85 CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE Mrs. Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz ‘84 P ‘14, P ‘16 TRUSTEE CIRCLE Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Brewer P ‘11 PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fox P ‘87 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hanson P ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. Jon Shreter P ‘12 Mr. & Mrs. Jay A. Steinman P ‘12 HERITAGE CLUB Dr. & Mrs. David R. Taschler P ‘14 COMENIUS SOCIETY Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Beltram P ‘75, P ‘83 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Clark P ‘12, P ‘14 Dr. & Mrs. Herman E. Collier Jr. P ‘86 Joan Kiefer ‘86 & Todd J. ‘87 Dickinson P ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph DiSarno P ‘15 Mr. Robert J. Fulmer P ‘87, P ‘92 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Hastings P ‘04, P ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. John Jamula P ‘14 Mr. & Mrs. James McLean P ‘03 Mr. Ronald L. Miksiewicz ‘84 P ‘14, P ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Mark F. Miller P ‘00 Mrs. Doreen H. Paynton P ‘89 Drs. Jeffrey & Miria Pilchman P ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. Andre Python Jr. P ‘11 MONOCACY CLUB Anonymous Donor Mr. & Mrs. Tomas J. Bamberger P ‘89 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Bull P ‘16 Dr. Bernardo J. Cantens P ‘13 Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Chomo P ‘85, P ‘87, P ‘89 Mrs. Grace M. Wilkinson Dunkley P ‘78 Dr. Don C. Follmer P ‘77 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Frantz P ‘06 FOUNDERS’ CLUB Mr. Harold C. Anderson P ‘04, P ‘05, P ‘08 Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Brown P ‘14, P ‘17 Mr. & Mrs. Ken Buck P ‘06, P ‘10, P ‘12 Mr. & Mrs. John C. Byrne P ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. John B. Cave P ‘83 Consistent Giving Society 34 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 Mr. & Mrs. Mark M. Cordes P ‘13 Mr. & Mrs. James Doyle P ‘12 Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Endler P ‘93 Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Steve R. Gordy P ‘01, P ‘05 Mr. John Gotzon P ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. James Haddad P ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Harper P ‘13 Susan & William R. ‘83 Hoke P ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Stanley A. Koza P ‘93 Mr. & Mrs. David Lansberry P ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Long Jr. P ‘09 Catherine C. & James A. ‘82 McAdoo P ‘15 P ‘01 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. Meixell P ‘00, Mr. Elias Mourani P ‘02 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. 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Zyzniewski P ‘96 ConsistentGiving GivingSociety Society Consistent 36 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 FRIENDS OF THE INSTITUTION Friends, corporations, foundations and churches Mrs. Joyce B. Lyon PenTeleData Mrs. Louise Moore Pine* Saucon Mutual Insurance Company Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc. Vulcan Materials Company Mrs. Priscilla Wolle Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Mr. Terry J. Hart Mr. C. Cassard Kaesemeyer Lehigh Gas Corporation Lutron Electronics Company, Inc. Atty. & Mrs. Blake C. Marles Dr. & Mrs. Roger H. Martin Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Dr. Alma A. Miles-Koch Omicron Gamma Omega ParenteBeard LLC Pfizer Corporation Mrs. Nancy C. Schultz Mrs. MaryAnn Sedlock Mr. Gregory J. Smith Mr. Bernard R. Spirk Jr. Spirk Brothers, Inc. Stevens & Lee Temptime Corporation Tiffany & Company UGI Corporation Victaulic Company of America Mr. & Mrs. Gary D. Walters Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams Willis North America Inc. Mr. Robert L. 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ArcelorMittal AT&T Foundation Mrs. Karen Bader Mrs. Margaret Baldock Barnes & Noble Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission Britt Hankins & Moughan Dr. Joan Cady Brownstein Busy Workers Society Mrs. Ruth Calvo Dr. Carlson R. Chambliss Dr. & Mrs. Herman E. Collier Jr. Cornerstone Advisors Asset Management, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Peter B. Daubenspeck Ms. Robin B. Diamond & Mr. Andrew Fekete Mr. & Mrs. Dennis A. Domchek Mr. & Mrs. Stewart Early Edward Robinson Trust Embassy Bank Mr. Elmer D. Gates General Electric Foundation Gillespie Printing MONOCACY CLUB AES Corporation AGB Albemarle Corporation Mr. Richard R. Barker Mrs. Ruth L. Behrend Benecon Group Inc. Bethlehem Gallery of Floors Binney & Smith, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Mr. R. J. Callen Corporate Environments, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Dannhauser Edwards Business Systems Mr. Todd English Dr. & Mrs. Edward J. Fredericks Mr. & Mrs. Ernest H. 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Streeter Mr. Richard J. Strelecki TDK U.S.A. Corporation Mr. William Thatcher Rev. & Mrs. Richard J. Thierolf Ms. Magdalena G. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Thompson Mr. & Mrs. James J. Tobin Jr. Toro Foundation Dr. James Tyler Ms. Marion G. Uhler Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Ward Ms. Linda Weber Ms. Ann R. Weinert Robert A. Weinert, Esq. Mr. Todd A. Weinert Ms. Amanda Werner Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Wharton Mr. Thomas Wiley Mr. Jhon C. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Williamson Dr. & Mrs. Gary R. Wright Mr. Richard B. Yeager Sr. Mr. & Mrs. David W. Young Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Zajac Mr. Michael J. Zambelli Ms. Donna M. Zaugg Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey E. Zieniewicz Mr. James V. Zimmermann Jr. Ms. Anne M. Zug IN HONOR OF … Dr. Sonia N. Aziz from Ms. Kirby L. White ‘13 Ms. Gina D. Seier ‘13 Mr. Terry J. Hart Mr. & Mrs. Barry M. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Douglas J. Bouquard Mr. Mark A. Calafati Mr. Steven M. Capozzi East Penn Manufacturing Company, Inc. Employees of East Penn Manufacturing Company, Inc. 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Muhr, D.M.D. ’64 from Joanne & Arthur Haberberger Ms. Catherine E. Gottlieb ‘13 Ms. Margaret A. DeOliveira ‘13 Dr. John M. Bevington Dr. James S. Green Dr. Kelly K. Krieble ‘86 Dr. James S. Green Tracy Campbell ‘81 & Edward A., Ph.D., Roeder Mr. John P. Stoneback Ms. Cynthia L. Potteron Rampolla from Ms. Olga Pavlick Ms. Julianna B. Rodrigues ‘13 Ms. Emmellene B. Usera ‘13 Rev. Roy E. Ledbetter ‘71 Ms. Naomi Gilbert ‘13 Mr. Matthew A. Scott ‘13 Mr. Richard R. Barker Ms. Joan Lardner Paul Mr. David G. Sommers ‘82 Air Products Foundation Nancy & D. Wayne ‘69 Burkette Karen & John D. Borgia Mr. H. Thomas Chestnut Dr. Arash Naraghi from Dr. Virginia A. O’Connell from Mr. Joseph L. Powlette ’60 from Rev. David E. Bennett ’88 from Mr. DeLight E. Breidegam Jr. from Dr. John R. Dilendik from Ms. Shelley E. Drozd ’13 from Mrs. Ann Mease Gibson ’08 from Ms. Laura J. Grube ’13 from Ms. Gloria Jupko Guth ’12 from Dr. Khristina H. Haddad from Dr. Diane W. Husic from Professor Richard A. Jackson from Ms. Donna Keeler from Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ’69 from Dr. Jean-Pierre Lalande from Dr. Matthew A. Lang from Mr. James L. Lavoy ’10 from Dr. Arthur W. Lyons from Mr. Francis J. Meagher Jr. from Rev. David H. Merritt ‘82 from Ms. Carol R. Messina ’61 from Mr. Anthony “Monk” Morelli ’59 from Ms. Angela L. Fraleigh from Ms. Naomi Gal from Mr. Tyler A. Potterton ’13 from Anne McCandless ‘79 & Kenneth J. ‘79 Dr. James Reynolds from Dr. Sandra Aguilar Rodriguez from Richard & Monica Schantz from Dr. Michelle E. Schmidt from Mr. Matthew A. Scott ’13 from Dr. Janet A. Sipple from Rev. Patricia F. Garner ’98 from John Gehman’s 90th Birthday from Dr. Robert T. Brill from Ms. Sharon A. Brown from Mrs. Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth ’68 from Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wheeler Chynoweth from Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69 Mr. Michael W. O’Gorman ‘13 Evelyn Trodahl ‘68 & Richard Rev. Dr. Gordon L. Sommers ’57 from Dr. Christopher M. Thomforde from Dr. Kelly Denton-Borhaug from 39 thank you Mr. J. William Earle Scott & Deborah Early Ada Zellner ‘46 & Franklin Flower Mr. Elmer D. Gates Nancy & Robert K. ‘75 Gratz Mr. John B. Haarlow Mr. & Mrs. David J. Hinkel Hotel Bethlehem Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69 Anne McCandless ‘79 & Kenneth J. ‘79 Rampolla Mr. & Mrs. Gary D. Walters Joan C. & Walter F. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Frey Mr. Ian J. Vogler ‘13 Mr. John E. Williams from Nancy & D. Wayne ‘69 Burkett Ms. Deborah LoPresti Mr. & Mrs. Ed Zondag Rev. Dr. Janice Young ‘82, ’91 from Ms. Marissa E. Zondag ’13 from Renae & Bruce M. ‘77 Weaknecht from Mr. Neil Wetzel from IN MEMORY OF … Mr. Edward S. Augustine from Maria & Ronald M., D.O. ‘87 Kriner Patricia Ann & Anthony ‘59 Morelli Mr. & Mrs. Eugene R. Gerbe Mr. & Mrs. John T. Worrall David R. ‘85 & Kathleen Calvo ‘79 Schulte Mr. James R. Walker Ms. H. Paty Eiffe Ina Kucey ‘77 & J. Gary Kroc Mrs. Geraldine M. Eichman Mr. & Mrs. Ben E. Evans Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. 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Kortz ‘31, ’34 from Mr. Mayo W. Lanning from Rev. Henry A. Lewis ‘39, ’42 from Rt. Rev. Dr. Milo A. Loppnow ‘37, ’40 from Mr. & Mrs. John E. Williams Rev. Dr. Richard J. Manning ‘52, ’55 from Mrs. Emilie B. Manning Ms. H. Paty Eiffe Ms. Bertie Francis Knisely ‘69 Jane Foy & Joseph W. ‘70 Karaman Mr. William J. Morley Karen & Martin ‘68 Horowitz Rev. Lesley J. Hand ‘81 Mr. & Mrs. Foster Nelson Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ruggiero Sr. Mr. Larry Mayers from Mrs. June Shafer Scholl ’51 from Mr. Paul J. Calvo ’52 from Mrs. Anne S. Gratz from Mr. James W. Caskey from Mrs. Beverly S. Corkhill ’73 from Rev. Charles W. Eichman ‘48, ’51 from Mr. David Emlen Evans ’04 from Mrs. Lillian C. Felker from Mrs. Olga Grencer from Mr. John R. Freefield ’51 from Mr. Frank H. Senn ’42 from Rev. Dr. Earl R. Shay ‘41, ‘44. P ‘74, P ’91 from Rev. Canon Gwendolyn-Jane Romeril ‘81 Mr. Matthew F. Sidovar Mr. Matthew F. Sidovar Mr. & Mrs. Aldo Braido Mrs. Harriet Smiley Mr. Andrew S. Leh Mr. Robert P. L. 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Mark A. Wimmer ‘76 Mrs. Gail Smith Winson ‘66 Barbara Roberts ‘61 & John W. ‘59 Woltjen Helen Desh ‘54 & Caspar L. Woodbridge Mrs. Susan Overath Woolley Mrs. Kris Dragotta Yerry ‘81 Janice ‘82, ‘91 & Thomas Young Ms. Laura D. Young ‘78 Ms. Susan J. Youtz ‘72 Mark S. Yuhasz, M.D. ‘78 Mr. W. Russell Yurchak Jr. ‘62 Adele G. & Earl C. ‘57 Zeiner P ‘98 New Endowment Funds THE AUXILIARY OF ST. LUKE’S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Auxiliary of St. Luke’s University Hospital Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of The Auxiliary of St. Luke’s University Hospital. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who are pursuing a BSN and are employed as an RN at St. Luke’s University Hospital. THE G. CLARKE CHAPMAN & ARDIS VETESK CHAPMAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND The G. Clarke Chapman & Ardis Vetesk Chapman Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Dr. & Mrs. G. Clarke Chapman. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students enrolled in programs leading to Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees. THE GEORGE DIAMOND WRITING PRIZE ENDOWMENT FUND The George Diamond Writing Prize Endowment Fund was established through the generosity of Sandy & Eric S. ‘69 Ruskoski. The purpose of the fund is to provide annual financial support for a deserving Moravian College undergraduate student writing prize. THE JOHN & VIRGINIA DANCY DICKIE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND The John & Virginia Dancy Dickie Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Virginia Dancy ‘59 & John III Dickie. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who have demonstrated financial need. 42 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 THE ANDREW & ELINOR HART ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Andrew & Elinor Hart Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Elinor Shute ‘91 & Andrew W. ‘91 Hart. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who have demonstrated financial need with preference given to a student studying business management or psychology. THE KOHLER-HOWARD FAMILY ENDOWMENT FUND The Kohler-Howard Family Endowment Fund was established through the generosity of Amy Kohler ‘95 & Robert Howard. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who have demonstrated financial need and who are majoring in a health-related field. THE DR. JUTTA S. LEHEIS SCHOLASRHIP FOR GERMAN STUDIES The Dr. Jutta S. Leheis Scholarship for German Studies was established through the generosity of Jutta S. Leheis, Ph.D. ‘63. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students majoring in German, German Studies and/or international management/German or other applicable German majors. THE ROBERT C. & DIANE L. MAY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Robert C. & Diane L. May Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Bobbie & Henry E. Jr. ‘60, ‘63 May. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who have demonstrated financial need and have declared a major in music. THE BETTY AIERSTOCK MOORE ‘45 MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Betty Aierstock Moore ‘45 Music Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Betty Aierstock Moore ‘45. The purpose of the fund is to provide scholarship support for deserving Moravian College students who intends to major in piano and/or organ. The recipient will be selected based on his or her performance during the audition process conducted by Music Department faculty. THE BETTY AIERSTOCK MOORE ‘45 MUSIC PRIZE FUND The Betty Aierstock Moore ‘45 Music Prize Fund was established through the generosity of Betty Aierstock Moore ‘45. The purpose of the fund is to provide an award to the most talented senior majoring in piano and/or organ. THE SITTENFELD SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Sittenfeld Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Sittenfeld. The purpose of the fund is to provide annual financial support for a deserving Moravian College or Moravian Theological Seminary student. The fund is to honor the accomplishments of former President Christopher M. Thomforde, former Board of Trustees Chair Evelyn Trodahl Chynoweth ‘68 and former Chief of Staff Julie Del Giorno. NEW NON-ENDOWED FUNDS THE RICHARD D. HOOPER INTERNSHIP STIPEND The Richard D. Hooper Internship Stipend was established through the generosity of Mary K. & Richard D. ‘85 Hooper. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial support to a deserving undergraduate student pursuing an internship as part of his/her academic experience at Moravian College. THE LUTHERAN PRIZE AT MORAVIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY The Lutheran Prize at Moravian Theological Seminary was established through the generosity of Ms. Jaye Newbold ‘13. The purpose of the fund is to provide an annual prize to a deserving student who is preparing for the ministry of the Lutheran Church. NEW ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIPS To help address the need for more scholarships, an Annual Giving Scholarship was established for the first time in the 2012-2013 academic year. For $10,000 a donor can create an Annual Giving Scholarship that would provide $2,500 per year for four years to a deserving student. An annual giving scholarship is an immediate way for alumni and friends to help fund a Moravian student’s education. THE CARNEY ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Carney THE GRATZ ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Nancy & Robert K. ‘75 Gratz THE IKE ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Kimberly Deischer ‘91 & Thomas R. ‘90 Ike THE SUZANNE KMET DIAZ & WILLIAM DIAZ ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Suzanne Kmet ‘91 & William A. Diaz THE LANDIS ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Janice Whitfield ‘64 & John G., Ph.D. ‘65 Landis THE MILLER ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Claire L. & Parry J., M.D. ‘66 Miller THE MORAVIAN ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of an anonymous donor THE ORLANDO ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Missy & James P., Ph.D. ‘96 Orlando THE BARBARA A. OSBORNE ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Dr. Barbara A. Osborne ‘70 & Dr. Richard A. Goldsby THE PEPSI ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Pepsi Bottling Group THE BRUCE & COLLEEN SPENCER ANNUAL GIVING SCHOLARSHIP Established through the generosity of Colleen & Bruce C. ‘87 Spencer FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 43 greyhoundsports FOR UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SPORTS NEWS: WWW.MORAVIANSPORTS.COM OR 610-625-7865. Greyhounds Go Global Following Moravian’s scrimmage with FC Barcelona Women, the two teams, normally separated by nearly 4,000 miles, came together for a photograph to commemorate the contest. Women’s Soccer & Field Hockey Travel the World to Face Top-Notch Competition The city of Barcelona, Spain, is synonymous with soccer across the world, thanks in large part to the professional club that bears the city’s name. While its official schedule might not reflect it, the Moravian College women’s soccer team’s 2013 season actually began where Lionel Messi, Neymar, Xavi and Iniesta have become soccer royalty. Taking advantage of the NCAA rule that permits international travel every three years, the Greyhounds spent the first eight days of August in Barcelona, touring, practicing and playing scrimmages – one match was on the same turf some of the aforementioned greats grew up training on. It proved to be an incredible training ground for the 15-player squad that made a run to the 2012 Landmark Conference championship game. In addition to attending the men’s FC Barcelona scrimmage against Santos FC in hallowed Camp Nou, Moravian competed against the top three teams in Spain, including the 2012 European Champions, FC Barcelona Women. Off the pitch, the women’s soccer team took in the sights, touring the ancient coastal city of Tarragone and the resort town of Sitges, and visiting the Sagrada Família, a large Roman Catholic Church in the center of Barcelona. “The trip was an incredible experience,” says Brienne Smith, who is entering her fourth year as women’s soccer head coach. “The privilege to play soccer at the highest level, travel to a beautiful city and learn its history and culture, and spend time getting to know each other better on and off the field was a once-and-a-lifetime opportunity for this team.” Just days later, the Moravian College field hockey team packed its own bags – and sticks – visiting Bermuda for six days of touring and matches. It was the field hockey program’s second visit to island country in four years. While the top-notch competition, sandy pink beaches and crystal-clear waters might be reason enough for the return visit, eleventh-year head coach Amy Endler ’93 believes the opportunity to build stronger relationships is the trip’s greatest benefit. Thanks to group activities like kayaking, paddle boarding and impromptu Bingo games when the weather turned stormy, the 12 teammates strengthened their collective bond. After last season’s 8-9 campaign, the international experience could be just what the field hockey team needs to take the next step and chase down an elusive postseason berth. “The ability to play internationally is something that our players will always remember,” Endler says. “Traveling to Bermuda was a great way to springboard into the 2013 season.” While traveling abroad, both Greyhound programs maintained blogs highlighting their trips. For a more in-depth look at their respective travels, visit mocospain.blogspot.com (women’s soccer) and mocobermuda. blogspot.com (field hockey). Field hockey head coach Amy Endler was pleased with the progress her Greyhounds made during their matches while in Bermuda. 44 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 alumninews TO REACH ALUMNI RELATIONS: 610-861-1366 OR WWW.MORAVIAN.EDU/ALUMNI Members of the class of 1963 assemble for a toast in honor of their 50th reunion before an Alumni Weekend gala dinner at the Hotel Bethlehem. Alumni Weekend Celebrates Milestones On May 17 and 18, the College welcomed back to Bethlehem hundreds of alumni and guests for Alumni Weekend. Among those in attendance were members of the classes of 1943 to 1963 celebrating their milestone reunions. The 271st Founder’s Day celebration of the Women’s College kicked off Friday morning with a reception, the traditional Lovefeast, and a luncheon on the Priscilla Payne Hurd campus. Later that night, at the historic Hotel Bethlehem, alumni enjoyed a gala dinner. A full day of events followed on Saturday, including the Alumni Association’s annual meeting, another lifelong learning program, Global Greyhounds, and the 50+ Club Breakfast. ABOVE: The College’s Alumni Weekend ended with a reception and music by the Jazz Hounds, a group of alumni musicians. Pictured (far left) are Dave Roth '85, piano, Alex Luquet ’11, bass, and Zach Martin ’13, drums. In the back row standing and playing trumpet are (from left) Al Gaumer, artist lecturer at Moravian, Sean Mason ’09, Luke Hoffman ’09 and Michael Battipaglia ’13. The trombone section consists of Ashley Pizzino ’08, Caitlin Worrich ’12 and Ralph Brodt ’75. In the saxophone section are Ken Moyer ’70, Jen Davenport ’06, Lizzie Brodt ’12, Christina Bonavita ’11 and Ian Vogler ’13. RIGHT: June Brite Reese ’43 (left) and Betty Adams Roach ’43 celebrated their 70th reunion this year and attended the 50+ Club Breakfast. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 45 alumninews RECENT HAPPENINGS Sent Off In Style More than 520 graduating seniors and guests enjoyed dinner and dancing at the Senior Soiree, which was sponsored by the Alumni Association May 10. Kelly McLean Suzanne Kmet-Diaz ’91, her husband, Bill, and children Victoria Rindock ’03, Alumni Association president, welcomed the class of 2013 into the Moravian College and Nicholas enjoy decorating their house. Alumni Association at the event that followed Baccalaureate. RIGHT: Liz Sgambelluri ’13 dances with her father, Richard. FAR RIGHT: Greyhounds hit the dance floor. Enjoying a Night Out Fifty Lehigh Valley-area alumni and guests were hosted by John ’65 and Janice Whitfield ’64 Landis at their winery, Vynecrest Winery, in April. The event was sponsored by the Alumni Association’s Lehigh Valley Home Club. In addition, the Home Club hosted “Moravian Night at the Iron Pigs” for alumni, faculty and staff on Aug. 2. More than 50 people were on hand to watch Allentown’s triple-A baseball team play. LEFT: Among those in attendance at the Vynecrest Winery event were (from left) Monica Maisto, Alumni Association Vice President Alyson Remsing ’03, Tim Wait ’08 and Alumni Association President Kelly McLean Rindock ’03. Summer Receptions Gather Together Greyhounds To welcome President Grigsby, Ken Rampolla ’79, chair of the Board of Trustees, and Anne McCandless Rampolla ’79 hosted a reception for Moravian alumni and friends at their home Aug. 16. Earlier in the summer, Leadership Council Chair Brian Oswald ’82 and his wife, Ann, hosted a reception at their home in Manhattan, N.Y., where they welcomed 50 alumni and friends. Summer 2013 wasn’t just a time for Moravian alumni to gather, but also an opportunity to welcome future Greyhounds. On June 26, Rob Verrone ’90 hosted a welcome picnic, inviting freshmen and their families to his home in Spring Lake, N.J. Three weeks later, David Marcus, Esq. ’88 and his wife, Sandy, also hosted a picnic at their Haverford home, and Suzanne Kmet Diaz ’91 and her husband, Bill, did the same in Bridgewater, N.J. The Leigh Valley Home Club hosted the summer's final welcome picnic, bringing together 200 freshmen, family, alumni, faculty and staff on campus July 23. LEFT: Pictured (from left) are Ken and Anne McCandless Rampolla, President Grigsby, Lea Glembot and Eliza Grigsby, President Grigsby’s daughter. RIGHT: During the reception, President Grigsby offered a few remarks about his affinity for his institution, explaining that alma mater means “Soul Mother” and is worthy of our respect and support. SAVE THE DATES! November 8 November 9 46 Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner & Induction Ceremony Washington, D.C., Regional Reception MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE November 13 November 21 December 7 Lehigh Valley Student-Alumni Networking Reception Evening on Main Street Vespers & Reception for Cornerstone Society Members December 8 December 13 December 14 Vespers & Reception for Consistent Donor Society Alumni Awards Ceremony FALL 2013 Vespers & President's Reception for Comenius Society Members classnotes MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CLASS NOTE SUBMISSIONS, GO TO WWW.MORAVIAN.EDU/CLASSNOTES. 1943 June Bright Reese, 801 N. Wahneta Street, Apt. 203; Allentown, PA 18109; email@example.com publishes all class notes that we receive. We reserve the right to edit for space or style. Some information may appear only online at www.moravian.edu/classnotes. All class correspondents with an email address are listed within the notes. Some correspondents without email access are listed below. If your class year is not shown or does not list a named correspondent either here or online, email your information to alumrel@ moravian.edu or mail to the Alumni Relations Office, Moravian College, 1200 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018. DEADLINES FOR SUBMISSIONS: January 1 for the winter 2014 issue. April 1 for the spring 2014 issue. PHOTO POLICY FOR CLASSNOTES: • Please send us your image as a jpg file at 300 dpi. • We publish one photo per wedding or birth. • We welcome photos of gatherings of alumni and will publish as many as space permits. 1947 Margaret Loveless Browne; pegbrownenj@ medleas.com 1949 Norma Boldt Wynne; firstname.lastname@example.org LEGACY GRADS: Dennis Brennan, Julia Brennan, Kevin Brennan ’13, Lauren Turnbach Brennan ’86 and Alexis Van Billiard ’14 1952 Joseph Christ and his wife, Elisabeth, are in their 26th year of teaching adult evening classes in conversational German at Pennridge Senior High School in Bucks County. Class correspondents without email access: 1943 – Margaret L. Albright, 129 N. 11th St., Allentown, PA 18102 1943 – Jane Smith Ebelhare, 805 Buckeye Street; Ft. Collins, CO 80524 1946 – A da Zellner Flower, 834 Hilltop Road, Oyster Bay, NY 11771 1947 – George Kirkpatrick, 11250 Caravel Circle, No. 308; Fort Myers, FL 33908-5236 1952 – M ary T. Pongracz, 321 W. Fourth St., Bethlehem, PA 18015 1954 – H elen Desh Woodbridge, 3574 Browning Lane, Bethlehem, PA 18017 1955 – H elen Varady Keyser, 2038 Kemmerer St., Bethlehem, PA 18017 LEGACY GRADS: Emily Benonis ’17 , Caitlyn Benonis ’13 and Kimberly Benonis ’10 1957 Pearl Stein; email@example.com As Pearl Stein prepared to attend Founder’s Day at Moravian on May 17, she was reminded of one of her friends who was a loyal and proud alumna, Carmella Carrescia. Carmella passed away on Sept. 20, 2012, in her hometown of Roseto. Carmella graduated from Moravian with a B.S. in elementary education and received a master’s degree in education in 1964 from Lehigh University. She taught fifth grade at Stockertown Middle School and was a reading specialist for the Nazareth School District for 32 years before retiring in 1989. Carmella assumed leadership positions in many education organizations and senior citizen groups. She volunteered her time and skills at the Bangor Public Library and at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School Library. She always had time for her relatives and friends, meeting regularly at Moravian for alumni weekends and Christmas vespers. Pearl remembers Carmella’s wonderful sense of humor and positive outlook on life. She still has a collection of emails that Carmella sent, saving the ones that made her laugh out loud, in addition to those with inspirational messages. Carmella was a very special member of the class of 1957. For Comenius Center alumni notes Dee Lohman; firstname.lastname@example.org or Sherron Quinn; Shquinn222@yahoo.com Ruth Salabsky Cornwell ’58 and her husband, Bill Cornwell, have had baseball season tickets at North Carolina State for the past five years. This year was special because they got to watch the grandson of Joe Keglovits ’59 pitch for the Wolfpack. Irene Breslin Genther is a candidate for re-election to the Panther Valley School Board. 1958 Daneen Jones Phelps; email@example.com Jack and Elaine Finelli recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 26. They celebrated with a cruise to Hawaii. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 47 classnotes 1959 Kathy Werst Detwiler; firstname.lastname@example.org Births Vincent Peter Daino Carolin Josephine Moehring Matthew Joseph Guider 1960 James Houser; email@example.com Peter French; firstname.lastname@example.org 1961 Sam Maczko; email@example.com 1962 Merr Trumbore; firstname.lastname@example.org Emma Demuth Williams; email@example.com Michelle LePoidevin Daino ’94 and her husband, Charlie Daino, welcomed their second child, Vincent Peter, on Jan. 11, 2013. Lauren Chaykin Moehring ’01 and David Moehring welcomed their second daughter, Carolin Josephine, March 15. Big sister, Molly, is two years old. Meg Mikovits ’03, a daughter, Wren Madeleine, July 2. Dana Patchcoski Abda ’04 and husband, Michael, welcomed their second son, Joshua John, on June 3. Joshua’s big brother is two years old. Shannon Gardner Bakros ’06 and Steve Bakros, a daughter, Quinn Nicole, May 12. Jill Woodbury Guider ’07 and husband, Tim Guider ’07, are the proud parents of Matthew Joseph, who was born on Dec. 12, 2012. 1963 Bill Leicht; 16819 N. 59th Place, Scottsdale, AZ 85254; firstname.lastname@example.org From Bill Leicht: Wow! The class of 1963 celebrated a super successful 50th reunion on May 17 and 18. Alumni returned from Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas and Virginia. Even though some of us hadn’t seen or talked to one another for five decades, familiar conversations picked up quickly. I did not get to talk to everyone, but with the help of the class survey I can tell you a little about who attended. LEGACY GRADS: David Chimera ’86 and Luke Chimera ’13 Dick Bedics and his wife, Bonnie, came from their home in Pensacola, Fla. Dick is now retired from his provost position at Pensacola College. Genie Billiard Dooley and Harry Dooley ’64 came from Macungie, though they spend time in Juno Beach, Fla. Genie is a retired teacher from the Bethlehem School District. Bob Dietrich and his wife, Stephanie, shared some wonderful stories. Bob is retired from Bethlehem Steel. Carol Horscroft Clarke attended with her husband, John. I talked with Steve Edraney who was there with wife, Jean. Ron Freed was accompanied by his wife Judith. I saw but did not get an opportunity to talk with Jean Friedman. Marty Garcia and his wife, Eileen, came in from California. Marty is retired from a television network executive position at CBS in Los Angeles. Carol and I visited the Garcias last year while on a vacation, touring the Reagan Museum and Library with them. Stan "Stosh" Gilbert and Gwynne Grey Gilbert ’64 are still living in Clarks Summit, near Scranton. Stosh is employed as a juvenile probation officer for Lackawanna County. Tom Grammes and his wife, Patricia, live in Bethlehem. Tom is a retired teacher with the Whitehall-Coplay School District. Nancy Trach Harstine was there with her husband, Willard Harstine ’62. Nancy is a retired library technician from the Bethlehem Area Public Library. It took 50 years but David Howard LEGACY GRADS: Katie Devine ’07 and Matthew Devine ’13 finally returned to a Moravian reunion – after much prodding by Gary Sandercock. Dave’s companion was Sandra Parker. Dave, Gary, Russ DeVore and I were roommates at the OGO house during our senior year. Dave has a Writing Well company that does editing and consulting in Rumford, R.I. It was good to see and reminisce with Judy Studwell MacDonald and husband, Jim MacDonald, who came down from Carmel, N.Y. Judy is a substitute teacher in the Carmel Central School District. Shirley Hart McBride and husband, Gerald, live in Bethlehem. Shirley has been a teacher of English, history and music for 25 years with Wilson Area (Easton) and Parsippany, N.J., schools. 48 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 LEGACY GRADS: Francis Donchez Jr., Esq. ’87 and Peter Donchez ’13 I enjoyed some fun conversations with James Meixell and his wife, Judy. They live in Bethlehem, but for the last nine winters they’ve resided in St. Petersburg, Fla. James is a retired teacher with the Bethlehem Area School District and retired sports writer for The Morning Call newspaper in Allentown. Janet Gleva Miller flew in from San Jose, Calif. She is a self-employed lawyer with no plans for retirement. Russ Miller and Shirlee Ford Miller looked good. They are back in the area living in Easton. Russ is a retired quality manager with AT&T, and Shirlee has been a school teacher with several school districts. Bob Preston and wife, Jane Siegfried, live in North Chesterfield, Va. Bob is a retired scout executive, camp consultant and president/CEO of the Boy Scouts of America. Bill Pysher and his wife, Karen, live in Bethlehem. Bill retired as a chief probation officer with the county of Northampton and is currently a part-time student assistant counselor with the Valley Youth House in Bethlehem. We enjoyed our time at the reunion with Gary Sandercock and his wife, Donna. After selling his company, Cryotech International in California, they have retired and relocated to Georgetown, Texas. Gary was president and CEO of that company. We missed talking to Dr. John Shigo and his guest, Jan Reynolds. John is a self-employed family physician in Gaithersburg, Md. I also didn’t get to see Dr. John Steers ’61 and his guest, Margaret Hoffman. It was good talking to Grove Stoddard and his wife, Ann Woltjen Stoddard. Grove is a partner in the law firm of Pullman & Comley, LLC in Bridgeport, Conn. Ann is a teacher and owner of The Country Mouse in Fairfield, Conn. Chuck Stoltz and his wife, Bonnie, live in Bethlehem. Chuck is a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher in the Palisades School District in Bucks County. I regularly keep in touch with Chuck via email. It is always good to see Don Vogel and his wife, JoAnn. They reside in Cincinnati, Ohio, where Don retired as president/ CEO of the American Lung Association of Southwestern Ohio. The Vogels spend a lot of vacation time at their villa in Hilton Head Island, S.C. I saw but did not get a chance to talk with Winnie Hearn Zeller. 1966 David Berg; email@example.com Kenneth Davis has been appointed to the board of the Philadelphia Orchestra. 1967 Kathie Broczkowski Klein; firstname.lastname@example.org 1968 Jill Stefko; email@example.com LEGACY GRADS: Victoria Korona ’13 & Michael Korona ’87 1964 Kathleen Cavanaugh; Katcav1@gmail.com 1969 Tim Tedesco; firstname.lastname@example.org Warren A. Brill, D.M.D., M.S. (Hyg.) was installed as president of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry this May in Orlando, Fla. John C.G. “Sandy” Hutchinson is now retired from Thermax/Fipro AG of Switzerland. In 1966, John earned his M.A. in international affairs from Lehigh University and later served in the Army from 1966 to 1970. In the spring of 1970, he was released from active duty in Vietnam as a first lieutenant. John worked for many years in the steel, shipbuilding and marine industry. 1965 Robert Houser; email@example.com LEGACY GRADS: Kim Gatski ’13 and Kristy Rashko Crosby ’99 After an eight-month battle with cancer, Rob Stage passed away on June 9, 2013. There were articles on his passing in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (June 11) and The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (June 13). Rick Subber writes that he and his wife, Barbara, are expecting their third grandchild in December. Rick and Barbara have a three-year-old granddaughter and a one-year-old grandson. Nancy Glassmoyer Brittingham writes that while she and her husband traveled to Prince Edward Island, stopping for the night in St. Andrew, they ran into Dana Burt Donaldson. Tim writes that he and his wife, Janet Evans Tedesco ’72, continue to take care of their granddaughter during the work week. Tim is also busy finishing up several watercolor paintings that he hopes to exhibit at the Harford Fair in the summer. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 49 classnotes 1970 Ronald Robertson writes, “My first book, Optimism for a Changing America, was recently published. This book was written to promote a real sense of optimism for the future of America, utilizing little-published trends. Inspired by my students at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware, who urged me to compile some of my lecture material, this book is written for those who question the future of this great nation.” to serve. This was an event that enabled them to make a difference in the future of the site. Fred Rooney was selected to direct Touro Law Center’s new International Center for Post-Graduate Development & Justice. 1977 LEGACY GRADS: Elizabeth Leidich ’13 and Gary Leidich ’82 John Fauerbach; firstname.lastname@example.org 1974 Cyndee Andreas Grifo; email@example.com 1971 John Madison; firstname.lastname@example.org John Diacogiannis received an award from Nuclear Electric Insurance Limited (NEIL). John was honored with the Quentin Jackson Mutuality Award, which recognizes a NEIL member who has shown significant leadership and looked beyond the interests of their own company to work on issues affecting the industry. John is retiring from PPL where he serves as a manager of corporate risk and insurance. Keene Jabbour and Patrice Starner Amin ’83 have been serving the youth of Easton through their work with the Easton Area Community Center. The center provides programs, resources and role models in a safe haven for children. They were honored by the center as “saints” at the 17th annual testimonial and roast for their years of commitment and devotion to the community center. Edward J. Lentz has been selected for inclusion in this year’s “Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.” He was also selected in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Less than five percent of the lawyers in the state are included each year. Edward is president of the law firm of Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, P.C., and chair of the estate planning and administration group. More than 30 years since their playing days ended, Bob Kafafian ’77 hosted a July get-together with several former Greyhound football teammates. During the reunion at Kafafian’s Paxinos home, the group commemorated the moment with a photo. Pictured (from left) are Vince Pantalone ’77 , Kenny King '77 , Bob Kafafian ’77 , Bob Ternosky ’78, Bob Gratz ’75, Steve Kopko ’76, Dave Morganti ’76 and Jon VanValkenburg ’77 . Absent from the photo is Pete Raines ’76. 1972 Terrell McMann; email@example.com 1975 Susan Bacci Adams; firstname.lastname@example.org 1978 Dawn Allen; Dawnallen726@gmail.com Dr. Tom Schwanda published Soul Recreation: The Contemplative Mystical Piety of Puritanism. Tom received tenure at Wheaton College where he teaches in the Christian formation and ministry department. 1973 Dennis Jones; email@example.com Priscilla Barres Schueck; Priscilla@volunteerlv. org Mark Parseghian and his wife, Kathy, participated in the National Park Service’s “Plant a Tree at Flight 93” re-forestation event on April 20 in Shanksville. Mark wrote, “I made sure that my Moravian College sweatshirt was prominently on display while we and 100 other volunteers planted 3,500 seedlings. For those travelling to or through western Pennsylvania, the Flight 93 Memorial is just a short drive off the Somerset exit of the turnpike and is a moving tribute to these 40 heroes of 9/11.” The company Mark works for, Concurrent Technologies Corporation, is committed to community involvement and encourages employees to find opportunities LEGACY GRADS: Colleen Kane Marsh ’08, Sarah Marsh ’13 and Gary Marsh 50 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 1979 Candy Barr Heimbach was honored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession with the Lynette Norton Award. The awards ceremony was held during the 20th annual conference May 9 in Pittsburgh. The award recognizes and encourages female attorneys who excel in litigation skills and who are devoted to mentoring female lawyers. Candy is a shareholder and supervisor of the Healthcare Liability Group in the Bethlehem office of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin. She served as a senior vice president and member of the board of directors for the firm for six years. A defense attorney in the area of medical and dental malpractice, health care and other civil litigation matters, Candy has been named a PA Super Lawyer each year since 2005 in the area of personal injury defense and medical malpractice. In 2011 and 2012, she was in the top 50 of Women Super Lawyers. She is chair of the Women Lawyers of Lehigh Valley and Beyond and serves as a mentor to young attorneys. LEGACY GRADS: Kristen Popovice ’12 and Aaron Popovice ’13 1980 Molly Donaldson Brown; unsinkable2010@ hotmail.com prevention program where she has worked for the past 13 years. Vanessa Schukis has published her second book, Mr. Dimes. For more information, visit http://www. bookemon.com/ book-profile/mrdimes/254325. Rona Korman Greifinger has been appointed senior vice president and general counsel of Center Bancorp, Inc., the parent company of Union Center National Bank. Melissa Ludwig Rauscher has recently joined the board of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. She is also the district vice president/district manager for Macy’s. John Gorka was part of the opening ceremonies for the 30th anniversary of Musikfest. John kicked off the first Musikfest in 1984 and has performed at the 10th, 20th and 25th anniversaries. 1983 Karen Skoyles; firstname.lastname@example.org 1984 Diane Sciabica Mandry; email@example.com 1981 Craig “Kegger” Bartlett; firstname.lastname@example.org LEGACY GRADS: Kevin McCullough ’11 and Peter McCullough ’13 Ed Stetz has joined Skelly and Ly, Inc. as director of marketing. The Harrisburgbased firm provides environmental and engineering services to clients east of the Mississippi and abroad from six MidAtlantic U.S. offices. Ed, his wife, Mary Ann Nowak, and their son, Greg, live in Mechanicsburg. LEGACY GRADS: Nancy Richards, Emily Richards, Eileen Donohue Richards, Matthew Richards ’13, Paul Richards ’10 and Hugh Richards ’81 1982 Lori Vargo Heffner; email@example.com 1985 Lynn Muschlitz LaBarre; firstname.lastname@example.org LEGACY GRADS: Ronald Morey ’84 and Megan Morey ’13 Bonnie Walton Jordan lives in Medford, N.J. with her husband, John, of 25 years and their two children, Drew, age 19, and Karleigh, age 17. Drew is a sophomore at Cabrini College in Radnor, majoring in psychology, and Karleigh is a junior in high school. Bonnie is employed by Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton as program director of their emergency and community services program in Burlington County, N.J, a hunger and homelessness 1986 James and Lynda Farrell Swartz; lfswartz@rcn. com Moravian students in the Center for Leadership and Service recently partnered with Big Brothers and Big Sisters in a bowling fundraiser, Bowl for Kids Sake. This provided a unique mentor opportunity for the college students. Bowl for Kids FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 51 classnotes Sake was supported by Wells Fargo and Laura Allan Haffner, community bank president, attended the event. Patrick Moyer has been named the new athletic director at Cannon School in Concord, N.C. 1988 Dianne Pelaggi Irr; Diannefp@gmail.com 1990 Mary Beth Sierzega Afflerbach; afflerbachmb@ yahoo.com 1989 Kerri Selland Pepoy; email@example.com 1987 Diane Hvizdak Taylor; firstname.lastname@example.org Sandra Sloyer, C.P.A., C.G.M.A., M.B.A., has accepted the position of chief financial officer of Hospice Advantage in Bay City, Minn. Weddings Stephanie Cangelosi and Michael Horwitz Carli Timpson and Carl Feldman Tiffany Shenman and Fred Volze Tiffany Shenman ’97 married Fred Volze on May 26, 2013, at Our Lady of Grace Church in Hoboken, N.J. Their reception was held at The Waterside in North Bergen, N.J., on the water facing Manhattan on a gorgeous day. Christine Roye Henry ’00 served as maid of honor, and Suzanne Scassellati Verenna ’96, Karen Janson Herr ’96 and Krysten Mack Perez ’00 were bridesmaids. Other Moravian alumni in attendance were Jennie Coughlin Joshi ’98, Susan Hosterman ’97 and Chris Tarnowski ’97. The happy couple lives in Hoboken. Andrew Abraham ’09 married Ashley Hinkle on Oct. 27, 2012, at Lehigh University. Patrick Sutton ’09 was a member of the bridal party. Timothy Mills ’09 married Anne Hoffman ’12 in May. Members of the bridal party included Andrew Abraham ’09, Wesley Moser ’08, Luke Hoffman ’09 and Patrick Sutton ’09. Jessica DiNizio ’09 married James Finley on July 13, 2013, in Summit, N.J. Kari Klaus ’09, Melissa Carmel ’09, ’13, Kasey Walker ’09 and Jeremy Walker ’07 attended. Stephanie Cangelosi ’10 married Michael Horwitz on July 7, 2012, in Bethlehem. The couple celebrated with friends and family at Green Pond Country Club. Kelly Schneider ’10 and JeriAnne Weiss ’10 served as bridesmaids. The couple currently resides in Allentown. Gina Cain ’05 to Casey Galligan ’06, Sept. 15, 2012. Carli Timpson ’11 and Carl Feldman ’13 were married on June 2, 2013, in Harrisburg. The following Moravian alumni and current students were in attendance: Kelly Grab ’11, Caitlin Adolph ’11, Carolyn Latkovich ’12, Kristian Cantens ’13, Dylan Fatzinger ’14, Ben Teel ’12, Sami Mamari ’14, Dan Ferman ’14 and Stephen Gross ’11. Maria DeBonis and Marc Braxmeirer Jaime Renninger ’11 to Michael Watson ’11, June 19. Maria DeBonis ’09 and Marc Braxmeier ’09 tied the knot on July 20, 2013, at the Holy Family Church in Nazareth. Eight members of the bridal party were Moravian College graduates: Megan Corcoran ’09, Deanna Mangieri ’09, Sheri Bieniek ’09, Tom Braxmeier ’09, Tyler McCambridge ’09, Tyler Williams ’09, Tyler Hersch ’09 and C.J. Robinson ’09. The happy couple resides in Bethlehem Township. 52 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 operations and sales efforts, including the development of new business and customer service efforts. She currently lives in Stroudsburg with her husband, Kevin, and their son. 1994 Denise Bradley; email@example.com LEGACY GRADS: Kelly Schneider ’10 and Kristen Schneider ’13 1991 Melissa dePamphilis Jarman; mdepamph@ yahoo.com Christine A. Palermo-Wallach; firstname.lastname@example.org Denise Strzelczyk Zarrella is a reporter for WOIO, Action 19 news in Cleveland, Ohio. Denise is an Emmy Award winner for her TBS report, “Interact America.” 1995 Deacon Alexander Joseph was recently ordained by the Most Reverend Bishop Gregory J. Mansour as an unmarried Maronite Catholic priest for the Eparchy of Saint Maron, Brooklyn, N.Y., in his home parish of Our Lady of Lebanon in Easton. He has been studying for the priesthood for close to 10 years. Beth Rosenthal, a benign brain tumor survivor, attended a Brain Tumor Awareness Month event at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J., where she represented the nonprofit It’s Just Benign (IJB). Beth launched IJB in 2008 to connect with other survivors and hopes to further expand it globally in the near future. In addition to operating IJB, Beth works in finance. Brian McKee '98, Mike Folcher '98 and Jack Walls '98 enjoyed a Phillies’ business person special on June 5. The Greyhound trio brought the Phillies good luck as the home team won 6-1. Deborah Roeder’s son, Ryan, a brother of Jason Roeder ’97, joined the New York Giants as an assistant coach. David Zinczenko has signed on with Random House to provide some juice to its health and fitness offerings. Prior to signing on with this group, he was an executive at Rodale Inc., but left to form his own company. He will have his own imprint, distribution and multimilliondollar book publishing deal. His first book on diet, nutrition and exercise will appear in 2014. Dwight Repsher has been hired as the new girls’ basketball coach at Whitehall High School. 1992 John S. Nunnemacher; email@example.com Michael Q. Roth; firstname.lastname@example.org 1996 Deb Yuengling Ferhat; email@example.com 1993 Jeffrey McManus has joined Rockland Trust Investment Management Group as vice president and financial consultant. Todd Parlee has been appointed the president of ParleeStumpf, a marketing, branding and web-consulting agency in Doylestown. Parlee first joined the firm as a graphic designer and developed the agency’s first website division more than a decade ago. Holley Lambert Kearns has been hired as branch manager of First National Bank in Tannersville. She will manage branch Kevin Edwards has been named a recipient in the inaugural Lehigh Valley LEGACY GRADS: Andrew Sholly ’99 and Kathryn Sholly ’13 Business’s 2013 Forty Under 40 awards program. The award recognizes individuals from the greater Lehigh Valley region for their leadership accomplishments. Kevin, the director of golf at Woodstone Country Club & Lodge in Danielsville, is also Moravian’s golf coach, succeeding Coach John Manuvek in August 2010. Ann Rissmiller Flood and her husband, Dan, lost their daughter, Lauren, to complications from a brain injury she suffered during birth. In 2008, they created Lauren’s Hope Foundation to help support brain-injured children and their families. In December 2012, the foundation donated two Olympic cool cap systems and two brain wave monitors to the Lehigh Valley Health Network. Ann, Dan and the foundation were honored by the Lehigh Valley Health Network with permanent recognition in the lobby of the neonatal intensive care unit. Ryan Zellner is a program director for Little Kids Rock. This is a national music not-for-profit agency that provides training, curriculum and instruments in traditionally underserved populations – generally urban areas. Currently, it serves 1,000 teachers and more than 100,000 students in 26 cities throughout the United States. In his role, he oversees all of the programs nationwide. For more information about Little Kids Rock, visit http://www.littlekidsrock.org/what-we-do.html. He and his wife, Sandi Nuss Zellner, recently moved to Montclair, N.J., where Sandi is planning on being a stay-at-home mom. FALL 2013 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 53 classnotes 1997 Tiffany Shenman; Tiffshen2@aol.com 1998 Jennie Joshi; Jennie.coughlin@sanofi-aventis. com Lisa Hahn Egan recently completed the board certification process in clinical neuropsychology. She is working in a private practice in Morristown, N.J., as a neuropsychologist. 2001 Courtney Parrella; sunshine92779msn.com LEGACY GRADS: Luke Trexler ’13 and Kimberly Zeigler Trexler ’84 Angela Colasanti and Tara Echelmeier Dolan, who first met in Moravian College art classes, became close friends and roommates, and then reconnected later in life after becoming mothers, served as co-curators of an exhibit at Boyertown’s Studio B titled VALUE: woman. artist. mother. The invitational art exhibit, which opened on Mother’s Day 2013, explored the relationships between womanhood, artistic expression and motherhood. Angela and Tara teamed with 15 other regional artists for the exhibit, including three other Moravian graduates: Elisabeth Fetsurka Walakovits ’04, Elizabeth R. Karhan Flaherty ’97 and Darla Kovacs Rodriguez ’03. The exhibit, which closed June 15, featured painting, drawing, fibers, ceramics, jewelry, mixed media and sculpture. 2000 Faithann Cheslock Barron; LaybugFVC@aol.com Lisa Hahn Egan; Lisahahn13@hotmail.com LEGACY GRADS: Vincent Skorton ’13 and Chris Skorton ’13 1999 Christina Fulton; firstname.lastname@example.org Joshua Dodd has been named a recipient in the inaugural Lehigh Valley Business’s 2013 Forty Under 40 awards program. The award recognizes individuals from the greater Lehigh Valley region for their leadership accomplishments. Joshua is a senior vice president at Univest Bank & Trust Company. Geoff Hood recently opened his own law firm in Horsham called the Law Office of Geoffrey Hood. Jeff previously worked as an assistant district attorney in Montgomery County. He continues to work in the criminal defense field and is branching out to other legal areas. The career move will allow him more family time which is especially important since he has a five-year-old son, Colin, and a two-year-old daughter, Mia. He plans to begin coaching team sports as his children get older. Geoff’s wife, Tiffany, teaches fifth grade in the Hatboro-Horsham School District. Randy Kline and his wife, Emily James ’01, are expecting their second child in October. Their daughter, Anabel, was born in August 2011. Melissa Reitbauer Kline, her husband, Keith Kline (Randy’s twin brother), Randy, Emily and the rest of the Kline family recently met in Orlando, Fla., for a family vacation. Missy was recently awarded the Zeta Tau Alpha Certificate of Merit by the Seattle Alumnae chapter for her outstanding dedication to ZTA. She has held positions such as vice president of programming, treasurer, panhellenic delegate and Zeta day chair. Molly Duffy Brewer is finishing her second year of law school at North Carolina Central University. Jessica Edris accepted a new position as marketing and communications manager at MFP Strategies in Bethlehem. Tamra Nichols was recently promoted to client service manager at Paychex, Inc. located in North Reading, Mass. This change required her to relocate from Allentown to their Boston office, located outside the city in a town called North Reading. She is one of four total managers overseeing a branch that handles more than 13,000 clients for their payroll and human resource needs. She is excited for this opportunity to continue helping the branch achieve their goals and maintain their long history of success. She continues to teach Zumba fitness classes in her spare time, beginning her fourth year as an instructor. Colleen Bollette is a first-grade teacher in the Lebanon Township School District in New Jersey where she serves on the New Jersey Teachers Advisory Panel with the Department of Education. Colleen has taught preschool through second grade for 12 years. She received the 2012 New Jersey Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award and the 2013 Excellence in Education Award. 2002 Brienne Wilson Rodriguez; briennewilson@ gmail.com Emily Shertzer was a first-time champion in the 36th annual Ephrata Firecracker Run. Emily, from Jonestown, finished in a winning time of 30:52.8. 2003 Regina Lacombe Laine; email@example.com Lisa Casciani-Schmidt has been promoted to assistant vice president of commercial lending at Embassy Bank, where she has worked for seven years. She is also an active volunteer with the Second Harvest Food Bank and a former board member of Emmaus Main Street Partners. 54 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 LEGACY GRADS: Peter Verile III ’06, Beth Verile ’13 and Justine Black Verile ’07 2004 Jessica Naugle; firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Williams left Men’s Health Network after eight and a half years to accept a position with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. 2005 Regina LaCaruba; email@example.com 2006 Lauren Bahnatka Bachner; mrsbachner@gmail. com Polly Hunt has been named Teacher of the Year by Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society. Neil Caniga has been named the new head coach for men’s tennis at St. Lawrence University in New York. 2007 Laura Sahlender; firstname.lastname@example.org Janelle Pham has started her first year in the sociology Ph.D. program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Daniel Purtell recently left his job after almost four years in Connecticut and moved to Philadelphia to begin graduate work at the Lutheran Theological Seminary. He is currently working cooperatively with the seminary and the School of Social Work at Temple University on a master’s degree in public leadership. This is a twoyear program and Daniel looks forward to pursuing a career in social ministry afterward. Geoffrey Roche, coordinator of community and government relations at Pocono Medical Center, has been selected as a Rural Health Fellow to participate in the National Rural Health Association’s yearlong, intensive program aimed at developing leaders who can articulate a clear and compelling vision for rural America. Colleen Kane Marsh serves as the interim chairwoman of the board of Bethlehem Food Co-Op. Colleen works for the Moravian Theological Seminary, handling a variety of tasks, including marketing, photography, graphic design and writing. In addition to work, she co-leads five Girl Scout troops. Since the Sands Casino Events Center in Bethlehem opened in 2012, Justin Klement has painted portraits of many of the biggest acts who have performed at the venue. The works are based mostly on photos and get signed by the performers. Presently, more than a dozen hang in the center. Justin can be found at nearly every Eagles home game painting images of players before kickoff. He has also done paintings of the Philadelphia Flyers and the Philadelphia Phillies. He also does paintings and portraits commissioned by people who aren’t as famous. Visit his website at www.enviousart.com. Jill Newswanger is engaged to be married to Kenneth Alston. A November 2013 wedding is planned. 2009 Cassidy Thomas; CassidyLThomas@gmail.com Carl Robinson has been named football coach at Hackettstown High School in Hackettstown, N.J. Katarina Birle is well and enjoying her time in Northeastern University’s nursing program. 2010 Kelly Schneider; email@example.com Mary Lang has received her MT-BC credentials through the Certification Board for Music Therapists. She is now working as a music therapist with the Kardon Institute of Arts Therapy in Philadelphia. Mary attended the graduate program in music therapy at Immaculata University and graduated with an M.A. in 2013. Jessica Pfeifer is engaged to Kevin Toole. A spring 2014 wedding is planned. Susan Bartos has just finished all necessary course work for a Ph.D. in nursing and has started working on her dissertation. Samantha Milita Pitcher recently won the James McKeever Promising Professional Award for the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counselors. Samantha currently works for Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. 2011 Rachel Kleiner; Kleiner.firstname.lastname@example.org Stephanie J. Widger recently earned a Master of Science in education from Wilkes University. Anthony Sarno studied at the police academy and, following graduation, began working for Lacey Township in New Jersey in September. 2008 Janelle Pham; email@example.com LEGACY GRADS: John Weaver ’74, Kelly Weaver ’13 and Scott Weaver ’08 FALL 2013 Donna Henn ’11, M.B.A., has been promoted to materials manager of purchased finished goods at Victaulic. She is responsible for the inventory of purchased finished goods and ensuring availability and performance of items. Kelly Grab recently graduated from Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind., with an M.S. Ed. in higher education and student affairs. She recently accepted a position at Vassar College as assistant director for student conduct. MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE 55 classnotes Alexandra Santoro has been accepted into the Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology program at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Alex is engaged to Bob Stoltzfus. In August, Grace Babcock will begin a year of service with AmeriCorps. She will be a volunteer with the Literacy Coalition of Williamson County, teaching adult education classes, administering GED tests, and acting as a community liaison. Grace and her boyfriend live in Austin, Texas. 2012 Ali Zucal; firstname.lastname@example.org In Memoriam Rev. Milo A. Loppnow ’37 — Feb. 4 Mary Jane Boyer Fountain ’39 — March 7 Mildred Diefenderfer Ladner Thompson ’39 — June 25 Mary McElroy ’39 — March 1 Alice Raines Dimmick ’40 — June 20 Mary Alice Goth Schibanoff ’40 — Dec. 15, 2012 Jean Lamb Strohl ’41 — May 2 Elizabeth Schreiber Peck ’42 — June 26 Edith Hower Sikorsky ’42 — May 28 Curtis Steyers Sr. ’42 — April 7 Margaret Johnson Bartlett ’43 — Feb. 6 James Bruckart ’47 — June 19 Henry Laube ’47 — July 4 Truman Bittenbender ’48 — March 24 Evelyn Kuchta ’48 — March 20 Maurice Mayrides ’48—July 13 Robert Frick ’49 — May 15 Doris Geissler Torr ’49 — April 21 Earl Deubler ’50 — June 3 Elizabeth Wieand Ronca ’50 — May 10 Patricia Kresge Buck ’51 — March 5 June Shafer Scholl ’51 — January 5 Robert Sheriff ’52 — March 15 Russell Harlan Ebald ’52 — Feb. 13, 2012 Kenneth Shuffelbottom ’52 — April 15 Rev. Otto Dreydoppel ’52, ’55 — July 13 Paul J. Price ’55 — Feb. 24 Rev. James Johnson ’56 — June 29 Richard Holland ’57 — March 16 Mary Jane Barron Wagner ’57 — March 13 Roy Goshorn ’58 — June 7 Charles Gunkle ’58 — May 2, 2012 Joseph Carr ’59 — July 9 Richard Mugione ’59 — April 9 Norman Reitz ’59 — March 31 David Stehly ’59 — March 20 Edward Borger ’60 — March 17 Charles Felmley ’60 —Nov. 20, 2011 Frank Horwath ’60 — March 20 Lewis Halley Jr. ’62 — Feb. 17, 2012 Bernard Medei ’62 — March 16 James O’Donnell ’62 — July 5 Thomas Apjohn ’63 — July 9 Carl Sewald ’63 — April 15 Frederic Tew ’63 — Feb. 19 Robert Lecher ’64 — Feb. 16 Dennis McGinley Jr. ’65 — March 19 Rev. Frederick Oleck ’65 — June 13 George Blauvelt ’66 — July 23 Lauralee Bremmer Tidmarch ’67 — Jan. 31 James Tucker ’67 — Jan. 21 Robert Hammond ’69 — April 22 Bob Stage ’69 — June 9 Joanne Hunter Sillivan ’72 — Feb. 28 Stephen Valek ’72 — April 5 Lois Carson Gibson ’73 — Feb. 28 Rev. Dr. Mary Matz ’75 — July 31 William Gray ’77 — April 4 Debbie Schleicher Louie ’78 — April 18 Stephen Polles ’78 — May 17 Glenn Trump ’78 — March 27 Mark Kelly ’81 — February 8 Robert Williams ’87 — July 28 Robyn Zigmund Cecchini ’91 — March 11 Jamie Thierolf and Zach Dease recently got engaged. A December 2013 wedding is being planned. Sean Pressmann has been named a recipient in the inaugural Lehigh Valley Business’ 2013 Forty Under 40 awards program in recognition of his work with the Jack Pressman Memorial Scholarship Fund. Meghan Kopp has been accepted into Drexel University’s master’s program in cancer biology. John Dimler played in his first Golf Association of Lehigh Valley Open on July 30. John finished 2-over for the tournament. Since March, Kristi Beisecker has been exhibiting her Kirlian photography work that she produced in Jeff Hurwitz’s Alternative Photography course. Her work has been exhibited at a leadership conference at Harvard University, as well as in New York City’s Empire Hotel. Kristi won an award of excellence from an international exhibition where she was one of 15 artists chosen to exhibit their work in Washington, D.C., at the Smithsonian Institution's Ripley Center from October through December. Anna Whetstone moved to Baltimore, Md., to accept a job as a clinical research coordinator at the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Johns Hopkins Medicine. Anna and a team of 25 from the Johns Hopkins MS Center participated in Walk MS Baltimore. Her team raised $7,000, the largest amount raised by a corporate group, helping the Hopkins team win the Maryland chapter’s corporate challenge. Anna was diagnosed with MS at age 17. 2013 Michael O’Gorman;email@example.com Micah Leonard was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division III Mideast Region Outdoor Female Field Athlete of the Year. 56 MORAVIAN COLLEGE MAGAZINE FALL 2013 MORAVIAN PROUD OUR SHARED EXPERIENCE REASONS TO GIVE WWW.MORAVIAN.EDU/PROUD Live. Learn. Enjoy. 1200 Main Street Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18018 Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Lehigh Valley, Pa. Permit No. 521 PAID Laura Smith â€™09 THE MORAVIAN EFFECT Project Coordinator on Assignment, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Laura Smith is one of thousands of Moravian alumni who are involved members of their communities, contributing their time and talents to improving the lives of those around them. Moravian.edu MORAVIAN COLLEGE