Reunion Alumni Weekend
May 21-22, 2010

Class correspondent:
Molly Donaldson Brown

Posted 3/30/17

Judith Belaires, DFRE, was appointed Director of Philanthropy and a Special Assistant to the CEO of the Da Vinci Science Center in January 2017.  Judith was a member of the Center’s fundraising staff from 2004-2014 and the organization’s Director of Advancement and Community Relations from 2012-2014.

Posted 1-31-17

We are sad to report that Patrick Malloy passed away on January 10, 2017.

Posted 11/30/16

We are sad to report that Eileen Bleiler Brillhart (Koller) passed away on November 11, 2016.

Posted 3/29/16

Cindy Caporaso writes: I am enjoying life these days very much as I continue to be quite busy! In January, I completed a certificate program in Theology and Ministry through continuing education at Princeton Seminary.  In May, I began serving as Children's Ministries Assistant in Morris County, N.J. Five months later to the day, I had the honor of being named Director of Children's Ministries at The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township.  I love my work and am blessed to be involved in a variety of church ministries with such amazing people.  With so much to be grateful for, Moravian is always and still close to my heart.  Sending big shout outs to all who remember that Zinzendorf Hall was once a dorm!

Posted 1/26/15

We are sad to report the Thomas Diehl passed away on November 24, 2014.
Easton-based attorney Samuel Murray announced his candidacy for Judge in the Northampton County Court of Common Pleas.

Posted 12/22/14

Christopher Ochs has published a fantasy novel – Pindlebryth of Lenland: The Five Artifacts.

Posted 7/30/14

Cindy Caporaso has been busy directing a school-age program in Morris County.  In addition, she is a student at Princeton Seminary, working towards her certificate in Theology and Ministry.  She still smiles when she remembers her Moravian days.

Posted 10/31/13

We are sad to report that Natalie Visentin passed away on September 19.

Posted 9-27-13

We are sad to report that Natalie Visentin passed away on September 19.

Posted 8/8/13

John Gorka was part of the opening ceremonies for the 30th anniversary of Musikfest.  John kicked off the first Musikfest in 1984 and has performed at the 10th, 20th and 25th anniversaries.  

Posted 3/11/13

Melissa Ludwig has recently joined the board of the Susan G. Komen for the cure.  She is also the district vice president/district manager for Macy’s.

Posted 2/29/12

From the Alumni House:

Bernard Story was named executive director of the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation.  He joins the foundation after a 32 year career at Moravian College, where he held positions including director of admissions, dean of admissions and financial aid, and vice president for enrollment.  In 2011, he began a new career in fundraising and became director of leadership giving at Moravian.
Posted 4/27/11

Gary Suess, former Wachovia Bank executive, has joined together with two other former Wachovia bank executives to create eSynergize Online Solutions. Gary will now serve as CEO of eSynergize, a company which offers a variety of Internet related services. Some of the services provided include website design and development, search engine marketing and optimization, email marketing, and social media marketing.

Posted 1/26/11

From the Alumni House:

Whitney Rahman was appointed as a new solicitor of the Northern Berks Regional Police Department.  After graduating from Moravian, Rahman attended Columbia University School of Law, where she graduated in 1989.


Posted 10/29/10

From the Alumni House:
Fr. Jordan Kelly, (aka Jim Kelly), has been named Pastor of Saint Catherine of Siena Parish, New York City, and Director of Dominican Friars Health Care Ministry.  Fr. Kelly will be installed as pastor on Sunday, November 21, 2010 during the noon mass.

Posted 5/20/10

From the Alumni House:
John E. Snyder Ph.D, a member of the IEEE, was recently upgraded to a fellow in this association. The IEEE, is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence. Its members collaborate on world-changing technologies that will benefit humanity in areas such as sustainable energy systems, aerospace, robotice, and healthcare to name a few. John received this honor for his contriubutions to systhesis and characterization of magnetic bulk and thin film materials. John is an associate professor at the Wolfson Center for Magnetics at Cardiff University in the United Kingdom.

Posted 3/4/10

From the Alumni House:
Daryl Eppley was inducted into the East Stroudsburg Area School District Athletic Hall of Fame on February 12, 2010. Daryl currently serves as a Stroud Township supervisor; he and his wife, Cheryl have two daughters.

Posted 9/1/09

From the Alumni House:

Jim Kelly has just been reassigned to New York City where he will teach Medical Ethics to pre-med students at Cornell University Medical School.  In addition, Jim serves as the assistant pastor of Saint Catherine of Siena Parish.

Rick Coslett was sworn into the U.S. Army Reserve Dental Corps as a major on August 28, 2009. He lives in Shavertown, Pa. with his wife and two daughters. You can read the article about Rick



Posted 8/3/09

From the Alumni House: 

Susan Burcinfield Grieger and her family are moving in July from Houston, Texas to Sewickley, PA.  She is looking forward to meeting up with Carol Kemp Mooney in Cape May, NJ this summer as they did last summer.
Posted 6/29/09

From the Alumni House:

Ted Burcaw was honored by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s School of Education with a 2009 Distinguished Alumni award. He received his master’s degree in school administration from the School of Education. He works for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools as the principal of Cook Elementary School.