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    Alumni Class Notes, October 2021

    October 6, 2021

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    William J. Parker ’77, West Grove, vice president of Claims & Underwriting for Conestoga Title Insurance Co., received his recent appointment as a Certified Land Title Professional (CLTP) by the Pennsylvania Land Title Association (PLTA). The CLTP designation is the highest professional designation level awarded by the PLTA. Education, experience and professional participation are among the requisites for sitting for the CLTP examination. Parker is an approved CE and CLE instructor in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio and New York and serves on the Executive, Education and Legislative committees for the Pennsylvania Land Title Association.

    Susan Henke Brinkman '91, Patchogue, New York, was named the 2021 Suffolk School Library Media Association's Librarian of the Year. A Bayport Blue Point UFSD School Library Media Specialist for 14 years, Susan has led the district through many innovative projects, including an inquiry-based library enrichment research class for grades 3-5, and she also established a close partnership with the local public library to expand resources and communication. Praised for her willingness to share knowledge and provide professional development for her peers in Suffolk County, Susan has proven herself a leader in the field.

    Christen Gilmore Pionzio ’91, Doylestown, a partner in the firm Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell and Lupin, is listed in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

    Scott R. Mullen, Ed.D. ’03, Wilmington, Delaware, earned his doctorate in Education Leadership from Widener University. His dissertation topic was "Efficacy of Restorative Justice Strategies in Response to Academic Dishonesty: Perceptions of High School Administrators, Teachers, and Parents." Dr. Mullen teaches Latin and serves as chair of the Classics Department at his alma mater, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, in Philadelphia.

    William T. Colona ’08, Teaneck, New Jersey, has been promoted to assistant vice president for Government Relations, Federal and Urban Affairs at Fordham University.

    Dylan H. Lang ’15, Atlanta, Georgia, spoke in front of the United Nations Human Rights Council on behalf of the United States of America.


    A daughter, Riley Madison, to Michael ’05 and Sara Suchoski Carroll ’05, Montville, New Jersey


    Mara Castellano ’07, G’14 to Mike Horvath
    Caitlin Counihan '15, DPT '18 to Daniel DiPaola '14, DPT '17



    E. Donald Kotchick, M.D. '57, Dalton

    George J. Klem, Ph.D. ’67, Havre de Grace, Maryland
    Chester J. Kowalski ’68, Scott Township
    Frank E. Galonis ’79, Pittston
    Jill Finn Healey ’86,
    Diana M. Woloshin G’08, Summerville, South Carolina



    Francis X. Solano, father of Francis X. Solano, M.D. ’75
    James Zipay, brother of Edward Zipay ’65, G’67

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