NEWS OF 1983
From Dawn Bullaro Stawiarski:
On February 22, my husband, John ’84,
and I were guests at a Valentine/reunion party at the home of Joanne Belletti ’82
and Dean Molle. It happened to be the 20th anniversary of John’s
and my first date—Joanne and Dean’s as well. Partying up a storm in true
OGO and AEPi tradition were Pam Wilson Gazda and Rich, Barb
Updike Wilhelmy and Craig ’82; Mary Yavorski
Bender ’81, Cindy Baird ’82, Faith Lamorelle
Butt ’82 and Randy, and Patty Murray Hanna ’82
and Ken ’81. We laughed a lot, looked at pictures of our college
days, and exchanged stories about our kids, who all seem to be about the same age.
Our 20th reunion is this October
24-25 at Homecoming!
From the Alumni House:
David Ifkovits is
in his fifth year as director of choral activities and chairman of the fine arts department
at Archmere Academy in Claymont, Del. He’s also in his fifth year as director of
music and worship at Church of the Holy Child in nearby Wilmington. The University of
Alabama has invited the choirs of Archmere to be ensembles-in-residence for the International
Cathedral Music Festival in July 2004. David is also choral director/conductor on the
CD of Rasputin, starring Ted Neeley (the original Jesus Christ Superstar).
NEWS OF 1982
NEWS OF 1981
From Craig “Kegger” Bartlett:
I saw John Fiore recently.
He is a major accounts manager with Xerox in Allentown. He and his wife, Anne, live in
Bethlehem. Their son Mark is a freshman at Bethlehem Catholic High School and their daughter
a sixth-grader at Notre Dame of Bethlehem School.
The seventh annual Woozfest
was held February 22 at Moravian. In honor of the late Chaplain Robert Woosley and now,
as well, Noel J. Foster ’82, we revisit our great times and friendships
at Moravian. It all starts at Potts Hog Dogs and then moves to the HUB. We saw the Moravian
women’s basketball team beat Juniata College, then went on to the old Mickey Kelly’s,
now called Our Beerbelly’s, across from Steel Field.
Those who came included Doug
Geiger, Stan Rugis, Jeff Gumina, “Kegger” Bartlett, Andy
Bender, Chip Shelly, Mark Kluk ’82, Richard
Lemke ’82, Ed Ford ’80, Dave Dunn ’80, Greg
Bershedt ’82, Mark Knowalt ’79, Dave
Wood, Craig Wood ’79, and Peter Leffler.
NEWS OF 1980
From Molly Donaldson Brown:
Hello, everybody. The Class
of 1980 news well has dried up. You may have noticed I didn’t do a column in the
winter magazine. Please put me out of my pain and drop me a message in the weeks ahead
via mail or e-mail. I’d love to hear from you.
I celebrated my one-year anniversary
as marketing director for the continuing education program (the Wescoe School) at Muhlenberg
College. I team up with another Moravian grad, independent art director Chris
Friedenberg ’95, on our promotional projects. In March, Chris and I won
three Addy Awards for Muhlenberg: one gold, one silver, one bronze. The awards are sponsored
by the American Advertising Federation.
NEWS OF 1979
From the Alumni House:
Judith Grant has
been living in Los Angeles since 1986 and teaches at the University of Southern California.
She’s getting ready to move back east to teach at Ohio University, starting in
Candy Barr Heimbach joined
the board of directors at Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin. She also
will serve as senior vice president of the law firm. Candy concentrates her practice
in medical malpractice litigation.
In March at Moravian, John
Burke presented his new book, Mestizo Democracy, which offers a model
for an American community of increasing cultural diversity. He is an associate professor
of political science and chair of the department at the University of St. Thomas in
Houston, as well as an active lay minister in a Catholic parish characterized by its