2014 Lycoming Winter Magazine - page 39

Capt. Pamela Tipler ’05
Taunia Oechslin Young Alumnus Award
Tipler has served her country since graduating from Lycoming in 2005. Upon
graduating from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine with her doctorate
in 2009, she was promoted to captain in the U.S. Army and was stationed in
Tacoma, Wash., where she served as a physician until October 2012. Tipler was
then deployed to Egypt, where she served as a flight surgeon until recently. While
a student at Lycoming, she was a member of the Beta Phi Gamma sorority and
the choir, chamber choir and tour choir. As a senior, Tipler received the Walter G.
McIver Award, awarded to an outstanding and dedicated choir member who has
made significant campus contributions to student life.
Lycoming alumni are extraordinary!
Help us celebrate their successes by nominating someone for an
award, given annually by the Alumni Association Executive Board.
Dr. James E. Douthat Outstanding Achievement Award
Given in recognition of an alumnus/who has achieved a significant
accomplishment that reflects positively on Lycoming College and/or its
predecessor institutions. This could be in a professional field or another area of
accomplishment.
Angela R. Kyte Outstanding Alumnus Award
Given in honor of an alumnus/a who has demonstrated a lifetime of service to
humanity and whose life exemplifies those qualities encouraged and fostered at
Lycoming College and by its predecessor institutions.
Dale V. Bower Service Award
Given to an individual for outstanding service rendered to Lycoming
College. The recipient may or may not be a Lycoming alumnus/a.
Taunia Oechslin ‘Young Alumnus’ Award
Given to a graduate of Lycoming College who has made significant contributions
to his/her profession; demonstrates leadership and accomplishment in his/her
career; exemplifies outstanding service and volunteerism to the College or the
community during the first 15 years since graduating; and whose ongoing work
reflects positively on the College.
Visit
to make a nomination, or call Amy Dowling ’04, director of alumni
relations, at
570.321.4134
.
Looking for a way to serve your alma mater?
Apply to join the Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB). The
association’s purpose is to seek ways of maintaining an active and mutually
beneficial relationship between the College and its alumni, utilizing their talents,
resources and counsel to further the objective and program of Lycoming College.
The AAEB consists of alumni from various class years who attend meetings
twice a year and belong to one of four active committees: Communications,
Membership/Nominations/Awards, Regional Affairs and Fundraising.
For more information on how to be a part of this 32-member board,
or to apply, visit
or call Amy Dowling ’04, director of alumni relations,
at
570.321.4134
.
2013
Sarah Cox
717-448-6074
Cassie Mainiero
Natalie Johnson
(digital
communications)
has accepted a position
as a cameraperson and news editor for
WROC-TV, a CBS affiliate based in
Rochester, N.Y.
Sean Kelly
(accounting) and
Andrew
Paulhamus
(accounting and business
administration) were hired as staff
accountants by ParenteBeard on Sept. 16.
Kasey Lyon
(art-commercial design
and photography) had metal sculptures
commissioned by 3 Gringos, a new
restaurant in Williamsport, Pa.
Bryan Stillman
(history and music)
is in graduate school at the University of
Chicago, where he was recently selected
first alto saxophone in the Jazz X-Tet
band.
Jonathan Bastian
(biology)
published his first book, “Lumbering:
A Way of Life at Pardee,” which is
based on a lumbering empire in Central
Pennsylvania during the 19th century.
He researched the book as part of an
independent study during the spring
semester of his junior year.
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