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    Alumni Class Notes, March 2020

    March 4, 2020

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    Lynn M. Heard G’97, Covington Township, has been recognized as “Nurse of the Year” in Pennsylvania and is now up for national recognition. Heard is a school nurse at North Pocono High School.

    Paul M. Collins, Ph.D. ’00, Amherst, Massachusetts, published his third book, "The President and the Supreme Court," with Cambridge University Press. Paul is Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. His research and commentary have appeared in a host of popular media outlets, including CNN, the New York Times, National Public Radio, Time, USA Today, Voice of America, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. He has also authored articles in Slate, The Conversation, and the Washington Post.

    Holly K. Pilcavage ’12, Wilkes-Barre, was named chief executive officer of Coal Creative, an NEPA-based creative agency.

    Tenaz Katrak Purdy G’12, Yardley, recently published a book called “Stand Out or Sit Down: Stories and Lessons for Teens and Young Adults to Find a Job They Love.” For more information, visit this link.

     

    Deaths

    S. Leonard Shufler ’50, Pittsburgh
    William J. Bevelock ’55,
    Lakewood Ranch, Florida
    John T. Comeford ’57,
    Scranton
    Stephen A. Korducavich ’60,
    Binghamton, New York
    Francis Oberman ’62,
    Webster, New York
    Ronald Krafjack G’66,
    Newton Township
    John J. Lucchi ’66,
    Moosic
    Henry Evan Powderly, Ed.D. ’66
    Pawling, New York
    Edward B. Testa ’68,
    Eynon
    Frederick P. Bifano ’71,
    Newark, Delaware        
    James Soya ’78,
    Dickson City
    Jeanne Piccirilli Milazzo ’85,
    Wyoming
    Karen Amann Talerico, Ph.D. ’88,
    Portland, Oregon


    Births

    A son, Jacob Joseph, to Robert and Elizabeth Pulice Wideman, VMD ’10, Harleysville

     

    Friends' Deaths
    Louise DeSanto, mother of Jerome DeSanto ’75, G’78

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