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Lisa Mansback Berk
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June Rhoda
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Posted 2/11/14

We are sad to report that Stanley A. Gawlik passed away on January 22, 2014.

Posted 2/29/12

From the Alumni House:
Jeff Epstein has been creating all kinds of art since he was young. He teaches at Suffolk County Community College on Long island.  He currently resides in Brooklyn and during college breaks, in his second home in mid-coast Maine, where he spent 18 summers painting.  Epstein earned a MFA degree from Brooklyn College, and his work has been seen in galleries and museums in this area including the Trenton City Museum, Rider University, the Newark Museum and the Noyes Museum of Art. He has exhibited in the National Academy of Design in New York, U.S.S. R. Artists Union Gallery in Moscow, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. He is represented by Caldbeck Gallery in Rockland, Maine, where he had a solo exhibition in 2010.  An exhibit of 21 of his paintings is now on display in the Gallery at Chapin.

Posted 1/31/12

From the Alumni House:

Cheryl Gilbert Sommer has retired from the Whitehall Coplay School District, in Whitehall, PA after teaching for 35 years.

Posted 6/8/11

From the Alumni House:

Gary Boyjian is planning a mini reunion at the Boyjian estate on June 25. Contact him at performdent@aol.com if you are available.

 

Posted 4/4/11

From the Alumni House:
F. Robert Huth, Jr. has been named vice president for business and chief financial officer at Stetson University. He will join Stetson in July, succeeding George H. Herbst, who is retiring.

Posted 2/28/11

From the Alumni House:
Susan Hyer, a.k.a. Susiehyer, had her artwork featured in Southwest Art Magazine’s February 2011 issue. The article can be viewed at http://www.southwestart.com/featured/susiehyer-the-big-picture

Posted 1/26/11

From the Alumni House:

     Susan Hyer, known as Susiehyer, is a plein-air painter living in Evergreen, Colorado. When she moved to Colorado, she took a 15-year hiatus from painting in order to raise her two children. But now she is painting again and enjoying the various landscapes that Colorado has to offer. She has an art studio, but she mainly goes outdoors to paint.

  Amy L. Hawley writes:“I attended the Moravian Home Club event on Nov. 17th. We all met at the Hotel Bethlehem and then went holiday shopping at many of the downtown boutiques with our discount vouchers. Afterwards, I had dinner with Denise Torma ’77, my former badminton team partner and coach Dawn Ketterman. Bette Kovach ’75 and other alumni were there too. Fun catching up with everyone. On January 14, 2011, I am scheduled to particpate in the Backpack to Briefcase event at Moravian to assist graduating seniors with their upcoming job interview skills. This is part of an ongoing alumni effort to keep students connected with the local business community. I urge my fellow alumni to attend the Annual Entrepreneur Speaker Series event that we host in mid-September. Additional details will follow.”

 

Posted 10/6/10

From the Alumni House:
          We are sad to announce that Col. Carl D. Strohl, USAF passed away on Thursday, September 23, 2010

Posted 3/4/10

From the Alumni House:
          R.Timothy Smith writes “After being one of the millions of unemployed through 2009, I received offers for and worked two different jobs this past month. For two weeks I was a temporary administrative clerk with the 2010 Census. Then, effective 1/21/2010, I began a new job at Pennsylvania State University. I am serving as the curriculum coordinator for a two-year project funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health. Our goal is to develop curriculum modules for K-12 students in the area of environmental toxicology. Fortunately, the project involves a number of toxicology research scientists to keep the content accurate, especially since my degree from Moravian was in mathematics and physics. What I hope to bring to the project is my years of experience with science teaching and learning, providing professional development for teachers, and science curriculum development and evaluation. The broad focus of the project is to help students better understand how concerns for environmental issues can be informed by the work of research scientists. Related to this, the project intends to offer a limited number of summer internships for high school students to work with research scientists here at PSU. As to my non-work hours, we live in Spring Township, just outside of Bellefonte, Pa. Deb is an assistant professor in science education at PSU. My folks are both still living in Bethlehem, in the house they bought when I was in second grade, so we try to get there to visit when time permits.”

Posted 12/1/09

From the Alumni House:
Pete Raines writes that his wife Ann and he have had the pleasure of having two of their children enrolled at Moravian. Evan, the younger of the two, is a sophomore considering at chemistry major and Gillian is a senior about to graduate with a biology major and a photography minor.

Posted 4/20/09

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