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2020 Classnotes


Stephanie Haffling moved to Winter Park, Colorado summer of 2021 to work as a preschool teacher. She is now living in Hawaii for 6 months. She is loving her adventurous filled life.

Victoria Kauffman and Justin Albert ‘19 got engaged on May 19, 2022 at the Boston Public Garden in Boston, MA.

Ian Luberti and Alexis Peploe ’21 got engaged on June 4, 2022. Ian and Alexis met at in high school while attending Northampton Area High School in PA. At Moravian, Ian was a member of the baseball team and currently works as support staff at Northampton Area High School. Alexis was a member of the Moravian soccer team and is currently employed as a 6th grade math and sciense teacher at Springhouse Middle School in the Parkland area school district.

Norah Bruther passed away on May 6, 2022

Dr. Robert Fillman's debut full-length collection of poetry, House Bird, was published in February 2022 by Terrapin Books. It is available for order through, Barnes and Noble online, Firefly Bookstore, and other online retailers

June 2020

Dr. Robert Fillman published his debut chapbook of poems, November Weather Spell, in September 2019. It is available for purchase at the Main Street Rag Bookstore's website:

February 2020

Eric Fritz passed away on February 20, 2020.

October 2019

Amy Lawrence Neiderer and family recently moved back to the US after teaching abroad in an international school in Saudi Arabia for a year.

After serving as Clinic Supervisor for Catholic Charities outpatient substance abuse clinic for 13 years, Melissa Sadecki Micari was hired as a Program Director for Family Service League's family recovery center.

Rev. Emily Ralph Servant invited daughter Maggie into the world in January of 2018. She is also currently an adjunct at Eastern Mennonite Seminary and Loyola University in Maryland.

Lucas Malishchak has been named director of the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections' Psychology Office. He had been serving as acting director since October 2017, when former director Dr. Robert Marsh was named warden of Blair County Jail and later was named superintendent at SCI Benner Township.