Alumni Class Notes, June 2022

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Alumni Class Notes, June 2022

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Marion Munley ’83, Moosic, of Munley Law, was named to the 2022 Lawdragon 500 “Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers List.”

Lisa Witowski Shearman ’89, Lansdale, a partner in the firm Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, was recently interviewed on “Legal Talk with Stacy Clark TV” (MLTV21-Main Line Network). In the interview, Sherman covered the importance of everyone having a will and other estate planning documents up-to-date and in place, including a Financial Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney and an Advance Medical Directive. Sherman was selected to the 2022 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list in the area of Estate Planning and Probate law.

Daniel W. Munley ’90, Waverly, of Munley Law, was named to the 2022 Lawdragon 500 “Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers List.”

Brett Lapinski ’93, Elk Grove, California, was promoted to director of Medi-Cal Regulatory Oversight Operations for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan in January 2022. In her role, Brett is accountable for activities throughout Kaiser Permanente related to Medicaid regulations and contract requirements and ensuring quality, affordable and accessible member care. Lapinski also earned her national board certification in Informatics Nursing.

Brian J. Gavin ’00, Alexandria, Virginia, senior vice president of communications and marketing for Volunteers of America, has earned his CFRE certification from Certified Fundraising Executive International. Established in 1981, CFRE is the only globally recognized fundraising certification and is accredited by the American National Standards Institute as the only accredited certification for fundraising professionals.

Colin J. O’Boyle ’04, Plymouth Meeting, a shareholder at Elliott Greenleaf PC in Blue Bell, was honored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Young Lawyers Division with its Michael K. Smith Excellence in Service Award at an awards ceremony during the PBA Annual Meeting in May 2022. The award is presented to a Pennsylvania young lawyer who, through his or her exemplary personal and professional conduct, reminds lawyers of their professional and community responsibilities.

Father Henry Graebe ’09, Jackson, New Jersey, was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on May 21, 2022.

Jonathan B. Schall ’13 has joined Fox Rothschild LLP in Philadelphia as an associate in the Corporate and Health Law Practices.



A son, Russell Walter, to William and Leigh Magnotta Fennie'11, G'19, Scranton



Stanley J. Burke ’50, Port Carbon
Roman Salamon ’57,
James J. Miskell ’60,
Bardstown, Kentucky
J. Brian Durkin ’71, Philadelphia
Gregory A. Nelson ’86,



Brian Leahy, husband of Susan Paige Leahy ’91 and brother of Michael Leahy ’05 


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