Alumni Class Notes, August 2020

    August 5, 2020

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    Mary M. McCambridge '79, Lake Mary, Florida, a grief and bereavement specialist and author of several works in her field who established the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., has launched a podcast, The Mary Mac Show, lending her 35 years' experience to comfort and educate those grieving the death of a loved one. Her show was recognized among the 10 Best Podcasts on Grief by several organizations. She is also offering products for the bereaved through The Mary Mac Shop. Mary is a 2009 recipient of the Frank J. O'Hara Award. 

    Stephen P. Castellano ’90, Glen Mills, was named chief practice operations officer at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). In this role, Castellano will be a key member of the leadership team, overseeing a multispecialty, multi-location group of medical practices as well as the design of organizational structure, day-to-day oversight of performance and operations, and the continuous improvement of administrative and clinical operating models.

    Karen M. Murphy, Ph.D. ’91, Clarks Summit, chief innovation officer and founding director of the Geisinger Steele Institute for Health Innovation, was named a “2020 Woman to Watch in Health Information Technology” by Becker’s Hospital Review. In her role at the Steele Institute, Murphy leads Geisinger’s commitment to innovation, developing leading-edge solutions that slow rising costs, improve quality and increase access to healthcare. 

    Courtney Roselle ’11, Jersey City, New Jersey, was a competitor on The Rock’s “Titan Games,” on NBC. Roselle is a professional Crossfit athlete and trainer for Brazen Athletics in Hoboken and Black House Strength and Conditioning in Fairfield. Roselle also has her own fitness company, Iron Grace, which sells workout apparel and offers training classes.


    Eugene M. Langan ’58,
    Clarks Green
    Edward B. Vanisky ’58,
    Clarks Summit
    Edward E. Adrian ’59,
    Johnson City New York
    Eugene R. Molnar ’59, Cary, North Carolina
    Henry D. Ritzie, Jr. ’63, Dupont
    Raymond J. Lintner ’66, Honesdale
    William F. Yachymiak ’68, Brooklyn
    Joseph S. Kutsop ’73,
    Henry P. Magdon ’82, Olyphant
    Edward L. “Ned” Posluszny ’92, Throop






    A daughter, Michalina Marie, to Chris '08 and Allison Martyn Samuels '08, Centennial, Colorado.

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