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    Alumni Class Notes, July 2021

    July 7, 2021

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    William R. Savage ’79, Lemoyne, had a Dramatists Guild/Philadelphia reading of his play “Leave it to the Angels” on June 24. Last summer, his play “Men of the Empire” received a reading in support of the Globe Theatre in London. Earlier in 2020, Savage had live readings of “Say He Was a Soldier” and “Mom, I Smoke!” at the Parkway Central Library I Philadelphia, also through Dramatists Guild.

    Thomas J. Grech ’84,
    Malverne, New York, has been appointed to the Board of the Town of Hempstead Industrial Development Agency (IDA) and the Local Development Corporation (LDC).

    Lisa W. Shearman ’89, Lansdale, a partner with the firm Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, PC, has recently been elected a fellow to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).

    Matthew Cooper, M.D. ’90, Columbia, Maryland, has been named president of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) Board of Directors. This position in solid organ transplantation is recognized as the most influential position in the world with the U.S. donation and transplantation system being the most successful around the globe.  UNOS is the mission-driven nonprofit serving the nation’s transplant system. Cooper currently serves as the director of Kidney and Pancreas Transplantation at the Medstar Georgetown Transplant Institute based at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC.

    Nathanial J. Sann ’00, Mechanicsville, Virginia, was named the 12th President of The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) Integrated Health section. The vision of the society is to improve public health and well-being by lessening the burden of the disease of obesity and related diseases throughout the world. Sann is responsible for directing the activities of the Integrated Health Section of the ASMBS, including strategic planning and acting as representatives of their disciplines to the Executive Council of the Society. He guides the activities of the IH committees and initiatives. The primary goal is to cultivate a knowledgeable, skilled and empowered membership inclusive of all integrated health specialties and increase the integrated health professional membership value. Sann is a family nurse practitioner at Advanced Surgical Partners of Virginia.

    Howard R. Kindred, Jr. G’06, Georgetown, Texas, chief financial officer at Trimbuilt Construction, was nominated for best CFO for a large private company in Austin, Texas. . 

    Deaths

    Eugene J. Roe, M.D. ’51,
    Clarks Summit
    Paul J. Coolican, D.D.S. ’52,
    Clarks Summit
    LTC Edmund Sieminski ’55,
    Mountaintop
    Joseph A. Noto, M.D. ’57,
    Asheville, North Carolina
    Robert C. Moran ’58,
    Columbus, New Jersey
    Robert C. Davey ’60,
    Branford, Connecticut
    Eugene J. Sullivan ’65,
    Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
    E. John Fedor ’69,
    York
    Gerard A. Coury ’71,
    Peckville
    John V. Kane ’79,
    Concord, North Carolina
    Ellen Moran DeLorenzo ’81,
    Bloomfield, Connecticut
    Eugene J. Kane, Jr. ’84,
    Clarks Summit and Vero Beach, Florida
    John T. Dellamalva ’05, G’05,
    Moosic
    Patrick J. Mulhern, Jr. ’05,
    Springfield

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