page 22: ’49 - ’64

page 23: ’65 - ’79

page 24: ’80 - ’86

page 25: ’87 - ’95

page 26: ’96 - ’98


page 27: ’99 - ’00

page 28: mini-mules ’88 - ’93

page 29: mini-mules ’94 - ’99

page 30: ’01 -’03

page 31: in memoriam

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| ’65 | Donald Fisher reports that after more than 30 years in dental practice, he has hired a new partner and cut back on his own hours in the office to pursue his hobbies of scuba diving and underwater photography, biking and r/c boat combat. He and his wife, Gina, enjoy spending time with their eight grandchildren.

| ’69 | Dave Shoemaker received Century 21’s Masters-level national award for real estate sales in 2003 and has earned the “Circle of Excellence” distinction from the Greater Columbia Association of Realtors. Dave and his wife, Maggie, live in Lexington, S.C.

| ’70 | Sandy Hulse received her doctor of ministry degree in June 2003 from the University of Creation Spirituality, Oakland, Calif. She currently serves as interim pastor at First Congregational Church, UCC, Santa Cruz, Calif.

| ’71 | Mario Seijas has been appointed to the National Economic Council of Venezuela in representation of the telecommunications sector. This council is a support for economic national policy for the Central Bank of Venezuela and the Ministry of Production and Commerce.

| ’72 | Daniel G. Spengler has been appointed county solicitor for Northampton County, Pa. Previously, he served as the chief assistant solicitor for the Human Services Department. His work for Northampton County is part time, and he continues to practice law in Bath, Pa.

| ’73 | Jim Landgraf has been named “Top Construction Attorney” by SJ Magazine (South Jersey) and co-chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s section on construction and public contracting. A shareholder with Cureton Caplan P.C., Jim lives in Cinnaminson, N.J.

| ’75 | Allen Sincavage is a safety coordinator with Colonial Pipeline Company. He recently completed all the requirements for certification as a certified safety professional. This certification is awarded by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, and is given to individuals who meet the academic standards, satisfy professional safety experience requirements and have passed two rigorous examinations. The examinations cover engineering and management aspects of safety, applied sciences, legal and regulatory matters, professional affairs and ethics and other related topics. Certified safety professionals specialize in protecting workers, property, and the environment by identifying, evaluating and controlling hazards. The CSP also manages programs aimed at compliance with safety principles, federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Communication and political science major Shannon Solheim ’05 spent a day with Mitch Goldblatt ’79 (right), first selectman and mayor of Orange, Conn., as part of the Muhlenberg Shadow Program.

The Shadow Program gives students the opportunity to spend a day or part of a day on the job with an alumna/us or friend of Muhlenberg over the semester break. Students select their fields of interest and general geographic location, and the Office of Career Development and Placement matches them with alumni hosts.

| ’79 | Mitchell R. Goldblatt was elected to his third term as First Selectman (mayor) of Orange, Conn., in November. In January he was elected from among the 15 mayors and first selectmen in the New Haven area to serve as the Chairman of the South Central Regional Council of Governments for 2004.


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