Class Notes

page 22: ’48 - ’77

page 23: ’78 - ’85

page 24: ’86 - ’95

page 25: ’96 - ’97

page 26: mini-mules ’77 - ’93

 

page 27: mini-mules ’94 - ’01

page 28: ’98 - ’99

page 29: ’00 - ’01

page 30: ’02 -’04

page 31: in memoriam

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| ’78 | As the security manager for Wyeth, Harry Morrow oversees security operations for the Great Valley and West Chester facilities.

| ’79 | James Benson recently joined Advanced TrimWorks, Inc. as vice president of operations. ATW is a manufacturer of millwork products made of cellular PVC. In November, he was elected first vice president of the Massachusetts Retail Lumber Dealer’s Association.

| ’80 | Alan Liebnick, DDS, recently chaired a benefit at Milford Yacht Club entitled “An Evening with Gary Jobson.” Jobson is an ESPN sailing commentator and a member of the America’s Cup Hall of Fame. He successfully defended the America’s Cup with Ted Turner in 1977. $10,000.00 was raised at this event. The proceeds will assist the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in its mission to fund research to find a cure for all blood cancers, as well as the NYC Sailing Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in support of youth sailing. Alan lives in Orange, Conn., where he is a member of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, with his wife Rose and their three children: Zachary, 12, Olivia, 10 and Brandon, 6. His dental practice is located in Bridgeport, Conn. During his free time, he enjoys sailing competitively on Long Island Sound. He was recently named chairman of the Junior Sailing Program and Milford Yacht Club.

| ’81 | Ilene Arnold writes, “My son Benjamin just turned five years old. Where has the time gone? I moved out to the Midwest in 2001 and enjoy the slower, friendly pace. The weather, hail and tornados, are the only thing I have not adjusted to yet. My job as a senior staff officer with USDA, FSIS keeps me very active in public health issues related to our nation’s food supply. Occasionally, I come back to the east coast to visit my parents who are now in Cape May, N.J., or my sister and three brothers and their families. As the say here, ‘Nebraska—the way life should be.’” Robert M. Marshall, Esq. is a member of Marshall and Quentzel, LLC, with offices in Wayne and Tenafly, N.J., and New York, concentrating in commercial litigation, bankruptcy and trans-actional matters.

| ’83 | Brian T. Ortelere was named “Pennsylvania Super-Lawyer” by Philadelphia Magazine and named to Woodward/White’s Best Lawyers in America for 2005-2006. Kristin (Werner) Romell writes, “‘It’s a small world’...Dorothea (Yialamos) Sanchez ’82 lives across the street from me and her two children are in the same grade as my daughter, Emma. Also living in the same town is Bill Abbott, whose youngest daughter Sarah was in my son Mickey’s class last year. This may be commonplace in southeastern Pennsylvania, or in New Jersey, but definitely out of the ordinary here in upstate New York. In another coincidence, I recently took a part-time job in the office of Atonement Lutheran Church here in Rochester, and the daughter of the pastor is a freshman this year at Muhlenberg. I love running into ’Berg alums in the most unlikely places!” John Sciancalepore, a district agent for First Command, is currently looking for individuals working in or interested in the financial planning industry who are open to living and working in Europe. He can be contacted at: jlsciancal@firstcommand.com.


Steven Binder and Myles Kahn

| ’84 | Steven Binder and Myles Kahn recently spent time together in Tokyo, Japan. Steve has been living in Japan for almost two years as CFO for Bristol Myers Squibb — Asia, and Myles, who lives in Seattle, was there on a business trip to see one of the professional baseball players he represents. Myles also reports a recent visit with Steve Feit while traveling close to Steve’s home in Boca Raton, Fla., where he has his dental practice. Martin J. Duvall has joined the MGA PHARMA management team as senior vice president, commercial operations. He was most recently vice president, team leader, taxotere and new cytotoxics, global medicine and marketing at Aventis Pharmaceuticals, where he provided strategic leadership for oncology products. Gerry Haggerty writes, “In October, we had our annual golf get-together at my place in Avalon, N.J. In attendance were Andy DeFonso ’87, Dave Kells ’87 and Mike Lawless ’86. Bad golf, but good bar hopping all around.”


Sally (Hiestand) ’83
and Craig Moritz

| ’85 | Dr. Craig Campbell writes, “Dr. John Raheb and his wife Lauren traveled from Pensacola, Fla., to visit with Dr. Guy Brignola, his wife Dr. Shannon Brignola and their baby Grace (born March 16, 2004). They were joined by Dr. Joseph Rebman, his wife Debra (Mackie) Rebman and their family, the Ellen and Craig Benner family and me and my wife Awilda, for the annual Phillies-Mets game in Philadelphia on Labor Day Weekend. Mark P. McGrievy has joined the Cleveland office of the national law firm Roetzel & Andress as a partner and will chair the firm’s fully integrated health care group. Renee L. Rosenfeld reports that she attended the wedding of Sally Hiestand ’83 and Craig Moritz on August 21, 2004. Originally from Reading, Pa., Craig is a pilot with U.S. Air. Sally is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in computer science from Lehigh University. The couple resides in Center Valley, Pa.

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