Class correspondent:
Dianne Pelaggi

Posted 4-26-17

Christopher Ohmacht has joined the Gift of Adoption of Metro New York board of directors and will play an integral role in helping the organization grow its ability to unite more children with forever families.  Christopher resides in Franklin Lakes, N.J. with his wife, Linda, and their children.

Posted 3/30/17

We are sad to report that Delores Bollinger Serfass passed away on March 25, 2017.

Posted 9-27-13

We are sad to report that Jane Swauger Scrudato passed away on September 23.

Posted 6/27/12

From the Alumni House:
Pete Chimera has just been hired as the head boys basketball coach at Souderton High School.

William Bergen, manager for The NJM Insurance Group, was recently promoted to NJM Officer position of Director. He has been with the company since 1988.

Posted 6/5/12

We are sad to report that David Fazakas passed away on May 29, 2012. We extend our sympathy to his wife Anita Moralis Fazakas ’75.

Posted 8/1/11

From the Alumni House:
Robert Russoli was recently promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Trust Officer of Orrstown Financial Advisors.

Posted 4/27/11

David Marcus recently received a promotion from Comcast Cable Communications. He now holds the title of vice president, deputy general counsel and chief patent counsel.

Posted 2/28/11

From the Alumni House:
We are sad to report that Margaret Murray Bowers passed away on February 19, 2011.

Posted 12/2/10

From the Alumni House:
          Steven Younes, Esq. had been appointed vice president, chief human resources officer and employment counsel at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Ct.

Posted 5/4/10

From the Alumni House:
          Keith R. Bachman received the Young Accountant Alumni Award on April 26, 2010, he was one of three outstanding students that the Accounting Club at Moravian College honored. Bachman, CPA, CVA, is a partner at ParenteBeard.

Posted 4/20/09

From Dianne:

Back in April, Donna Male Siegfried took a position as senior editor at WebMD in Atlanta. She reports that she absolutely loves everything about the work she’s doing and the company itself. She got to know WebMD senior producer Deb Nilsen ’94, when the two worked together on a project. The subject of where they attended college never came up at the time. Donna found out by chance on Facebook. Yes, Moravian is a small college, and the world seems to be even smaller. 

Donna also has added a beautiful daughter to her already big family. Kathryn Elizabeth Siegfried (Katie) was born August 10, 2007, and she’s now a walking, talking toddler. Having three much older siblings has made her very assertive, Donna explains. Apparently, she holds her own quite well with siblings Steven 15, Ryan 11, and Abby 10.  Sounds like a full but fun house, Donna! Congratulations, and welcome to the four-kid club (from Dianne).

From the Alumni House:

Peter Chimera was elected to a first term on the Alumni Board on May 30. Chimera '88, of North Wales, Pa., operates David Wayne Associates, a search firm for accounting professionals. Pete is also JV head coach and varsity assistant basketball coach at Hatboro-Horsham High School. He serves as president of the Omicron Gamma Omega Fraternity Alumni Association, and regularly participates in the Rocco Calvo golf tournament and Homecoming. Along with Monk Morelli ’59, Pete organizes the Gus Rampone annual golf tournament to benefit the Gus Rampone Scholarship fund. He has also assisted with Introduction to College Life classes for several years.  At Moravian, he played on the men’s basketball team, was president of the Volunteer Council, and was active in Omicron Gamma Omega.