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CELEBRATING

40

LYCOMING COLLEGE 2014 FALL MAGAZINE

T H E CO L L E G E

C L A S S NOT E S

We want to celebrate with

you! Please share your births,

weddings, anniversaries, career

changes, retirements and other

life accomplishments with us at

www.lycoming.edu/classnote.

1948:

Commander Charles H. Zilch

recently published a story

about one of his experiences

while serving with the United

States Navy.

1951:

Ellen “Honey”

and

William E.

Troxell

have been elected to

serve their fifth term as Mayor

and First Lady of Gettysburg.

1959:

Bob Gould

(sociology)

and his wife, Mary, were

recently featured in the

News of Delaware County for

their extensive antique toy

collection that contains

almost 400 pieces and began

in the 1980s.

1964:

D. Stephen Martz

was

recognized for serving over 50

years in the banking industry

at the Pennsylvania Bankers

Association Annual Meeting in

Naples, Fla.

1968:

Rev. Marilyn Baissa

was

appointed pastor at Park

United Methodist Church in

Hamilton, N.Y. on July 1.

1972:

Michael Goodreau (political

science)

was recently

promoted to commercial

relationship manager in FNB

Bank’s Commercial Banking

Group. He will be responsible

to maintain and develop

commercial relationships,

counsel clients on lending

needs, the development and

growth of new commercial

relationships in FNB Bank’s

Williamsport and Swineford

National Bank’s Lewisburg

area.

1973:

Bob Howden

(political

science)

has retired after

34 years in public relations

and marketing; the past

15 years as director of

public relations at Shriners

Hospitals for Children in Erie,

Pa. In addition, Bob has been

appointed by Erie County

Executive Kathy Dahlkemper

to a 4-year term on the Erie

County Human Relations

Commission.

Pam McAllister

(interdisciplinary)

began

her own blog this year titled

“Activists with Attitude”

which can be found at www.

activistswithattitude.com.

DICKINSON SEMINARY

AND JUNIOR COLLEGE

LYCOMING COLLEGE

Song:

"Little Things Mean

a Lot" by Kitty Kallen

At the Movies:

“On the

Waterfront”, “Rear

Window”, “The Caine

Mutiny, Sabrina”, “The

High and the Mighty”

Events:

The World Series

is broadcast in color for

the first time.

TIME TRAVEL

1954

Song of the Year:

"The

Days of Wine and Roses,"

by Henry Mancini and

Johnny Mercer

At the Movies:

“Red

Desert”, “Dr. Strangelove”,

“My Fair Lady”, “Mary

Poppins”, “Zorba the

Greek”, “Becket”

In the News:

Ranger VII

takes 4,316 high-resolution

pictures of the moon.

TIME TRAVEL

1964

Members of Alpha Sigma Phi recently held their 2nd annual golf reunion

in the Poconos. In photo, from left to right: Doug Kepler ‘78, Steve Keech

‘76, Bill Mellor ‘76, Dave Melick ‘77, Greg Bussy ‘74, Andy Herb ‘76, Kelsey

Green ‘74, and Jeff Swenson ‘76.

TKE Brothers met in Spring Lake, New Jersey for a 60th birthday party

and reunion. In photo, left to right: David Schmid ‘75, Tom Drake ‘76, Larry

Pall ‘78, Jim Latini ‘76, Tim Brandt ‘76, Paul Pfanders ‘76. John DiMarco

‘76, Debbie (Mehl) Pall ‘78, Luann (Behnke) Tampe ‘78 and their spouses

also attended.

Top Song:

"Killing Me

Softly With His Song"

At the Movies:

“Chinatown”, “The

Godfather Part II”, “Day

for Night”, “Blazing

Saddles”, “The Towering

Inferno”

Best Seller: “

Robert

M. Pirsig”, “Zen and

the Art of Motorcycle

Maintenance”

TIME TRAVEL

1974

Carl Lindsay ’70, Marilyn Rutt

Sandifer and George Long at

their spring meeting of the

"Greater Evergreen, Colorado

Lycoming Alumni Association."

The three gathered to share

fond memories of their time

at Lycoming. Carl is a Lambda

Chi and Marilyn was Theta Chi's

queen in 1963 so there was much

good-natured fraternity rivalry!