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1987 ROBIN NICHOLS, a certified public accountant, was named chief financial officer of Coshocton Hospital in May 2011. Previously, she was chief financial officer and vice president of finance of Eagle Hospital Physician, LLC, a company that employs more than 250 full- and part-time physicians with operations in 10 states. Prior to joining this Georgia-based firm, she worked as the CFO and vice president of finance for Major Hospital in Shelbyville, Ind. and CFO for Greene Health Partners in Xenia, Ohio.

1990 EVELYN PFOUTZ returned to campus to attend the Margaret Freeman clinic co-sponsored by the Northern Ohio Dressage Association and Lake Erie College Equine Studies Department. Pfoutz owns Cool Breeze Dressage in Westminster, Maryland. She was excited to see all the changes that have occurred at the George M. Humphrey Equestrian Center since her graduation, including the new classrooms, refurbished barns and new turn-out paddocks.



CHRISTINE (DeCRANE) MAGDA was recently promoted to the IT Systems Education Department at the Cleveland Clinic as an instructional designer.

1992 CHANTAL LADIAS, MBA, graduated with a Ph.D. in International Business Management from ISM International School of Management in Paris, France. She now lives in Dublin, Ireland, with her three children, Alicia, Mathieux and Alexander, and lectures in international marketing at Dublin Business School.

2003 MAGAN (PLANTS) CORBETT and her husband, Joshua, announce the birth of their son, Ethan James Corbett, on May 10, 2011. Magan is a marketing coordinator for Cardinal Community Credit Union and Joshua an engineer for Core-Tech, Inc. in Mentor, Ohio; they live in Madison, Ohio. KRISTEN (DAVIS) SWOPE is riding school director for Equest Farm in New Orleans, La. She also coaches the Tulane University Equestrian Team; one of her students made it to Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Nationals and finished 12th in competition.

LORI ATWOOD competed with her horse, Davey, in Ocala, Fla. for a chance to make the finals for a new reality show on HRTV that is produced by the American Competitive Trail Horse Association. Atwood and Davey made the top 100 riders and horses from competitions held across the country and will appear on the show, “America’s Favorite Trail Horse,” which is running for 13 episodes beginning Sept. 13, 2011.


DONA FILIPS first worked in the animal health field and, after graduation, became an environmental consultant. She is now studying nursing and pursuing the art of styling hair. She is a retail sales consultant for Cosmoprof Beauty Systems in Lakewood, Ohio, and a master colorist/stylist for a salon in Cleveland. During her beauty career she has worked for such prestigious companies as Ann Taylor, Stern Fragrances and Estee Lauder, all of New York.

M THERESE WEREB was appointed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health as a member of the Ashtabula County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board. Her term will run from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2014.


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MELISSA ROSE NYE and Brad Adkins announce the birth of their daughter, Azrael Victoria Nye Adkins, on June 12, 2011. Azrael joins half brother, Devon Weaks Adkins. Melissa is working as an administrative assistant at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio.

Fall 2011 Magazine  

Lake Erie College Magazine, Fall 2011 issue

Fall 2011 Magazine  

Lake Erie College Magazine, Fall 2011 issue