Class Notes

NEWS OF 1968

From Jill Stefko:

Greetings from Easton, on (and this year, sometimes under) the Delaware River. Things have been ultra-hectic! I “retired” from counseling to devote my time to free-lance writing, one of the dreams I had when I was a student at Moravian. I write for various Internet websites, primarily using pseudonyms. Most of my writing has been about psychology (practice and theory), parapsychology, the scientific study of psi (psychic phenomena), and the paranormal. I enjoy the writing because I never know what questions I will be asked. They range from possession (my first question!) to poltergeists to the workings of the human mind.

As you may remember, before the Bethlehem Tourism Authority was dismembered, I planned walking ghost tours of Historic Bethlehem. I wrote the scripts and served as hostess/expert on the paranormal. This fall, I’ll give a noncredit course at Northampton Community College on Halloween legends, traditions, and customs, witchcraft in Pennsylvania, and ghosts. I volunteer for www.allexperts.com, providing expertise in psychology, the paranormal, and Western European shamanism.

In April, I was accepted as a contributing editor for www.suite101.com, writing about the paranormal realm in the society and culture community.


NEWS OF 1967

From Kathie Broczkowski Klein:

By the time this issue reaches you, winter will have passed us by. I have spent time and emails trying to reach some of you. Much mail has been returned; phone numbers have been disconnected. If you have moved to your retirement home, let Alumni House know where you are! And please take time to write even a little something.

I spoke with Eileen Hittinger Ackerman, who teaches piano to 43 students in her piano studio in Bethlehem Township. She has raised two children and enjoys her pool.

Kay Hill Hannan has been retired from teaching since 1997 and enjoys playing tennis, which she began in her 40s. She works part-time at Baltimore Community College as an adult education instructor in the internal diploma program. She has three grown children: Shawn, Kayleen, and Ryan. All live out of state. Her husband has been a professor at the College of Notre Dame, works as a CPA, and will complete a law degree as he turns 60. She says she never sees any Moravian graduates!

Pat Powers-Peteraf has lived in the Philadelphia area since 1970 and returns to Bethlehem once a month to visit her sister. She is a housewife, an artist, and a garden designer. She has two grown children. Her married daughter lives in Singapore and works with autistic children. Pat’s son works at a holistic spa in Flagstaff, Ariz.

Jan Graf Knies says she and her husband are in a travel frenzy now that she’s retired from McDougal-Houghton Mifflin, where she sold secondary school teaching materials. She has three grown children and two wonderful grandsons.

Bernie Hart spent 30 years in teaching, during which he also coached wrestling in Belvidere, N.J. Bernie continues to live in Belvidere but works in Bethlehem for Fra Mi Developers, a company that provides demolition services. He and his wife have four children, and he was proud that their son David ’00 graduated from Moravian as a physics major. We like those legacies!

Betsy Brown Anthony took Maggie Morgan Blanda at her word when she said to visit her at the family pizza shop in Trumbull, Conn. They had a wonderful visit and are e-mailing and hope to get together soon with Carol Carson Joseloff.


NEWS OF 1966
Reunion May 19-20


NEWS OF 1965

From the Alumni House:

After battling cancer for 18 months, Louise Amran Kelsey died March 5. We extend our sympathy to her family.

Mathew Miles '05 with his father, Alfred Miles '68, and his mother, Karen Zackavage Miles '81.

Photo: John Kish IV