1965

Class correspondent:
Robert Houser
bobhouser1@atmc.net

Posted 11/21/14

We are sad to report that Jeffery Fuehrer passed away on August 18, 2014.

Posted 9/25/14

We are sad to report that Jeffery Fuehrer passed away on August 18, 2014.

Posted 8/27/14

We are sad to report that Jeffery Fuehrer passed away on August 18, 2014.

Posted 7/30/14

Jim Horwath ’66 has finally retired (well maybe).  His last full time position was Corporate Controller for Dakkota Integrated Systems, a supplier of subassemblies to the automotive industry with 12 locations throughout Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois, and Windsor, Canada.  Jim served in the Navy from 1966-1971 and was released from active submarine duty as a Lieutenant.  In 1998, he received his MBA from Southern New Hampshire University, graduating second in his class.  Jim and his lovely wife Jamie plan to travel, especially to North Carolina and New Hampshire where their six grandchildren are located and, (well maybe) he will continue to work one to two days a week.

Posted 3/31/14

Gary Hartshorn retired on his tenth anniversary (Sept. 2013) as President and CEO of the World Forestry Center in Portland, Oregon.  Gary has been named a 2014-2015 Fulbright Scholar and the Distinguished Chair in Biodiversity and Sustainable Development at the National University in Bogota, Columbia.
Bob Houser writes “I’m willing to head up our 50th class reunion and I am looking for some help to reach out to our classmates.  Let me know if you are willing to pitch in.”

Posted 2/11/14

We just entered 2014 and that means our 50th reunion is coming up in a year and a half.  If anyone in the class is willing to help put this big event together, let me know.  We need to start reaching out to touch every classmate with a personal invite.  Let me hear from you.  Many hands make the task lighter.

Posted 12/20/13

In case you missed it, our classmate, Russ Morgan will be receiving the Haupert Humanitarian Award on December 14th.   Our congratulations go out to Russ.

Posted 9-27-13

We are sad to report that Joseph Arcadipane, Jr. passed away on August 12.

Posted 6/24/13

We are sad to report Rev. Frederick Oleck passed away on June 13, 2013.

Posted 4/2/13

From the Alumni Office:
We are sad to report that Dennis McGinley Jr. passed away on March 19.

Posted 3/11/13

Robert Houser; bobhouser1@atmc.net

Posted 2/5/13

Darryl Dech, a retired pastor, has become the new director of music at Epiphany Lutheran Church.

Posted 9//7/12

We are sad to report that Lawrence S. Homa passed away on August 17, 2012.

Posted 7/30/12

From the Alumni House:

In 1977 Robert Zerfass co-founded an amateur baseball team in Hellertown, PA, called the Royals, which he still manages. The team is part of the Blue Mountain League and this year marks Zerfass’s 50th year as a player and manager in the league The Royals will be honored at a ceremony at the Hellertown-Lower Saucon Community Day festivities and Zerfass will receive a special tribute during the ceremony.
Posted 6/27/12

From the Alumni House:
We are sad to report that Anita Rae McKeown passed away on June 20, 2012.

Posted 6/5/12

We are sad to report that Danya Klie passed away on May 7, 2012.

Posted 5/11/12

From the Alumni House:
James Groff is being inducted into Pennridge-Quakertown sports Hall of Fame in May.  Groff enjoyed standout football careers at both Pennridge and at Moravian and had two tryouts with the Philadelphia Eagles.  A halfback-safety who led the Rams in rushing, scoring and interceptions in his junior and senior seasons, the 1961 Pennridge grad also starred in multiple track events and lettered in basketball.  At Moravian, he lettered twice while playing both offense and defense. 

Bob Houser writes:
Nothing new, but nothing that few of our classmates are sending in any notes about where you are.  In three years, we will be commemorating our 50th year since graduation.  Whoa, that’s a long time ago!  Let’s start talking this up and let’s start hearing from each of you as to where you are, what you are doing in retirement, or if you are still working- what you are doing.  We’re all over the hill and picking up speed on the way down, so let’s start sharing notes.

Posted 11/29/11

We are sad to report that Richard C. Fleming passed away November 5, 2011.

Posted 11/2/11

From the Alumni House:
Bob Houser writes:
“I recently got together with Phil Bees, ’68, and renewed a friendship after some 46 years of no contact.  We enjoyed dinner out in Myrtle Beach with our brides (both of 40+ years) and then we played golf the following day.  We won’t relate who walked away with bragging rights, since we both performed a bit below average.  We shared lots of laughs and memories.  Phil resides in Summerville, SC, just outside of Charleston.  Phil spent most of his time at Moravian with the class of ’65.  He looks great!

Posted 2/28/11

We are sad to report that Lynn Cognetti passed away on February 9, 2011.

Posted 2/03/11

We are sad to announce that John Pavelko passed away on January 13, 2011.

Posted 1/26/11

From the Alumni House:
We are sad to report that John Jacobson passed away Friday May 7, 2010.

Joanne Bobek’s children’s book A Day at Pond Snow has just been published and can be ordered online at http://www.authorhouse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000419982

 

Posted 10/29/10

From the Alumni House:
Kevyn DePuy Malloy writes in, “Are there other non-retirees out there?  After twenty years as a psychologist (preceded by eleven years as a restauranteur and ten years as a stay-at-home mom) seven years ago I became an Executive Coach with a specialty in Leadership Development.  Three years ago I also became the Director of Learning for MentorCoach (www.mentorcoach.com), a school that teaches psychologists to become coaches.  This means that I am busier than ever and enjoying every minute of it.  Because most of my work is done on the phone, I am able to spend 6 months in Vermont and 6 months in Pennsylvania.  I’d love to hear from classmates residing in either state!”

Posted 8/4/10

From Bob:
       We had a small gathering for our 45th reunion, but are hoping for a huge return for our 50th in 5 more years. Ted Bowman, who joined us at the 45th, sent a note of interest. "Classmates may have interest in a new book, just published. It is an edited book of poetry addressing themes of loss and renewal, all written by Minnesota poets. The book, The Wind Blows, The Ice Breaks, contains 140 poems by over 100 poets. The publisher is Nodin Press. For more information, classmates could go to my web site: www.bowmanted.com.” I trust all our classmates are doing well out there in "retirement" or semi- retirement. Let us hear from you.

Posted 3/4/10

From the Alumni House:
          We are sad to announce that William Gross passed away on Wednesday, February 10, 2010.  

Posted 2/5/10

From the Alumni House:

Joanne Bobek retired on January 2, 2010.

Posted 1/7/10

From the Alumni House:

The University of Washington Forest Resources Alumni Assocation named Gary Hartshorn their 2009 honored alumnus; Gary did his Ph.D. there in 1972. Gary is president and CEO of the World Forestry Center in Portland OR.

Posted 9/1/09

From the Alumni House:

Jane Honchell has been elected to serve a three year term on the Keystone College board of trustees.  She is currently an associate professor in the division of fine arts at Keystone and is the college’s director of theater.
Posted 6/29/09

From Bob Houser:  To the Class of ’65! I’ve recently taken over as the class correspondent but with the new system, you can enter your own inputs.  With that said, I’m more than happy to put it in for you if you send me the information.  I have recently retired from a second career and picking up a more leisurely life.  If you get to the Wilmington NC or Myrtle Beach SC area - give me a call. Cheers, Bob