2014 Lycoming Winter Magazine - page 31

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Lycoming College
. . .
Williamsport
Dickinson Seminary
and Junior College
. . .
1931
Lovdie “Dee”
Kelley
celebrated
her 100
th
birthday
on Aug. 16. She is
a resident of Rehab
at River’s Edge in
Raritan, N.J.
1937
Louisa Atherton
celebrated her 96
th
birthday on Aug.16. She spent most
of her life as a medical technologist,
serving the U.S. Navy during World
War II, and also serving 24 hospitals
across five different states. She later
became a research assistant at Penn State
University and retired in 1983 as an
instructor and lab coordinator in biology,
zoology and genetics.
1952
Ralph Marion
1953
Charlie Mitchell
843-705-7718
1954
Rev. James Horace Gold
570-966-0330
1959
Beverly (Strauser) Manbeck
 
Robert Glunk
(mathematics) was
appointed president of Luzerne Bank
by Penns Woods Bancorp, Inc. Luzerne
Bank operates eight branch offices in
Luzerne and Lackawanna counties.
Robert was previously the senior vice
president and CEO for Jersey Shore State
Bank.
1962
Geoffrey R. Wood
252-636-0508
1963
Evelyn (McConnell) Derrick
Jack Tarditi
(business) was
recognized by the
Courier-Post
in Cherry
Hill, N.J., for his long-time platelet and
blood donations to the American Red
Cross. Jack has been donating blood
since 1962 and his platelets for leukemia
research for 15 years.
1964
Bill Lawry
860-658-7217
Mark your calendar for your
50th Reunion at Alumni
Weekend, May 16-18, 2014!
If you’d like to be involved
in planning an event, please
email
or call 570-321-4311.
1965
Nancy (Snow) Cross
540-721-0003
Thomas Powell
(sociology) was
recognized for his service to the Pittsford
(N.Y.) Volunteer Fire Department band,
where he has been a drummer for the
past 42 years.
1966
Kitty (Traxler) Morrison
706-398-3789
1969
Tom McElheny
1970
Susan Stewart
State Sen.
Gene Yaw
(business
administration) has been elected
chairman of the
Pennsylvania College
of Technology
Board of Directors.
Appointed to the
board in 2009, Gene
previously served as
general counsel for
the college for more
than 20 years.
Lovdie “Dee”
Kelley ’31
Sen. Gene Yaw ’70
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