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'72 KeriLyn C. Burrows is a product and process development scientist with Ben Venue Laboratories, Inc., in Bedford, Ohio. She transfers pharmaceutical products from innovators or other pharmaceutical companies to the company's manufacturing facility. She writes, "This involves analytical chemistry, lyophilization technology, writing methods and specifications, interacting with clients, quality control, manufacturing - you name it!" KeriLyn also sends the following news: "A little late, but ... In December of 2000, I completed my 100th platelet donation through the Red Cross Apheresis program. Last year I celebrated my 50th birthday with a visit to relatives in Northern Ireland and a stopover at Stonehenge." "" J. Tobias "Toby" Mochel and wife, Juanelle "Wannie," relocated to Bucks County in 1999 after a year of commuting to their new jobs. Their daughters, Amy and Carrie, are both engaged to be married. Carrie will marry Mark Vikner (son of Sally and Paul Vikner '71) on Oct. 6, 2002, in Egner Memorial Chapel. Toby writes, "While we miss the Lehigh Valley, we are really enjoying all the cultural opportunities in the Greater Delaware Valley." Group Photo - caption located at the end of page 31.Toby continues to play the guitar and pursue his interest in music. He rides his bike and has participated in the American Cancer Society's Bike-A-Thon for the last two years, a 60-mile ride. Toby is a supervisor of information technology for Council Rock School District in Richboro, Pa. The family resides in Doylestown, Pa.

' 73 Tim Heiniman recently attended a golf reunion in Queenstown, Md., with several members of the Class of 1973, including Jerry Swarbrick (Annapolis, Md.), and Joe Perrow (Stowe, Ohio). Tim and wife, Bonalyn Boyer- Heiniman, are both self-employed with Heiniman Productions, an entertainment company.

Photo of '73 alumni.

' 74 Art critic and curator Patricia C. Phillips, dean of the School of Fine and Performing Arts at the State University of New York, New Paltz, has been named executive editor of Art Journal, the contemporary art quarterly of the College Art Association (CAA). The three-year appointment takes effect July 1, 2002. "" Rob Richard sends the following news: "First of all, I'm thrilled that my daughter Allison has just completed her first semester as a freshman at Muhlenberg. She is doing very well. Secondly, I would like to report that I have recently accepted a position as supervisor of high school science at West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District in New Jersey. After 22 years as a biology teacher and soccer coach at Hillsborough High School in New Jersey, I am looking forward to a new challenge."

' 75 Kenneth M. Bahrt is a medical director for New York-based Pfizer, Inc., and was recently promoted to medical team leader for the Celebrex World Wide Team and the Bextra Major Markets Team. He writes, "Basically I am responsible for all medical activities for Celebrex anywhere in the world and for Bextra outside of the U.S." He and his wife Margaret live in Edison, N.J. "" Christine Ward-Garrison, Ph.D. reports the following news: "Toward the close of 2001, I was elected chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Cumberland County College, in Vineland, N.J. I have served on that board for five years. CCC is the only college in our county, and it serves students of varying ages, as well as businesses and the local community." Christine is the marketing director for the Cumberland Cape Atlantic YMCA in Vineland.

' 78 For the past several years, Roberta Moyer has been active with "Sertoma," an international service club dedicated to the speech and hearing disabled. Roberta recently became a charter member of "PAWS for Sertoma," a unique Sertoma club dedicated to raising funds for animal-related causes. She lives in Allentown.

Photo of Class of 1952.

TOP: (Left to right) All in the Family: Mark Vikner, son of Paul '71 and Sally Vikner, will marry Carrie Mochel, daughter of Toby '72 and Wannie Mochel, in October. Pictured left to right are: Paul, Sally, Mark, Carrie, Toby and Wannie.
MIDDLE: (Left to right) Attendees at a recent class of '73 'Berg golf reunion held in Queenstown, Md., included Jerry Swarbrick, Chris Quigley, Tim Heiniman and Joe Perrow.
BOTTOM: Class of '52.



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