2014 Lycoming College Spring Magazine - page 34

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C L A S S N O T E S
1952
RalphMarion
1953
CharlieMitchell
843-705-7718
1954
Rev. JamesHoraceGold
570-966-0330
1956
Paul Shapiro
(biology) and hiswife,
Virginia
,
welcomed their first great-
granddaughter, EmmaRose, of San
Antonio, Texas,March 5, 2013.
1959
Beverly (Strauser)Manbeck
and former student JoeTheismann,
andwas afforded the opportunity of
travelingwith the football team several
times, including the 1971CottonBowl
game.
1961
WilliamHartman
(history) serves
as pastor ofAndorraBaptist Church
inPhiladelphia and is treasurer of the
PhiladelphiaBaptistAssociation’s
MinistersCouncil. He is very active in
theMasonic fraternity, serving in national
and state associations. He also does
volunteer chaplainwork at theDelaware
ValleyVeteransHome andAndorra
WoodsRehabilitationCenter.William
and hiswife, Nancy, recently celebrated
their 38thwedding anniversary, and
welcomed their fifth grandchild.
1962
GeoffreyR.Wood
252-636-0508
1963
Evelyn (McConnell)Derrick
1964
Bill Lawry
860-658-7217
Rev.WilliamLewis
(biology)
presented a program titled, “WhoWas
Lincoln?” at theWyomingValleyCivil
WarRoundtable inNovember.William
earned both amaster’s and doctorate
fromDrewUniversity and served as an
Army chaplain for 24 years.
Pat (Campbell) ’61 andBob ’59Curtis, Liane
(Goetz) ’62 and the latePeter ’61Connors and
Sue (Shaw) ’59 andDon ’59Koneff all celebrated
their 50
th
wedding anniversaries during aRoyal
Caribbean cruise inMay 2013.
1960
JohnMaiolo
(sociology) andwife,
Ruth, celebrated their 51stwedding
anniversary inFlorida this pastwinter.
While vacationing onMarco Island,
they visitedwith John’sKDR fraternity
brother, CharlesBonadio ’59, and his
wife, Betsy, who live inConcord,Mass.
John also had the opportunity to visit
with his old friend and formerNotre
Dame football coach,AraParseghian,
and hiswife, Katy.While a professor
atND in the ’60s, John became friends
with theHall of Fame coach, playing
an occasional round of golfwith him
JohnMaiolo ’60 (center)withKaty andAra
Parseghian
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