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CELEBRATING

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.

Avg. cost of

$23,450

new home:

Avg. annual wages: $9,400

Avg. cost of new car: $3,450

Avg. cost 1 lb.

$0.70

hamburger:

TIME TRAVEL

1970S

1968

George Langis

and his wife,

Susie, are

semi-retired

from their firm,

Crisis Manage-

ment Services.

George also

mentors for SCORE, an online

business advice program, volun-

teers as chief operating officer

for a group dealing with home-

less vets with mental disorders,

and coaches CEOs around the

country that need help with

business issues.

1970

Ferna Mae

(Boudeman)

Fetterman

has spent the

past decade

traveling

throughout the

United States

and Europe attending modern

language conferences including:

the American Association

of Teachers of Spanish

and Portuguese, American

Association of Teachers of

French, Pennsylvania State

Modern Language Association,

The Northeast Conference

on the Teaching of Foreign

Language, American Council

on The Teaching of Foreign

Languages.

1981

Rev. Charles Persing

Lycoming alumni recently

grabbed a snapshot at a

wedding officiated by Rev.

Charles Persing.

Alumni from Alpha Sigma Phi (1972-1975) gathered for Saturday morning

breakfast at Homecoming. If interested in joining them for the 2015

Homecoming weekend, contact the alumni office and ask for contact

information for Mike Maloney ’74.

Friends recently got together

at the home of “Brooklyn” Joe

Montagnino in Anaheim, Calif.

From left to right, Joe

Montagnino ’76, Tom Beamer ’74,

Gail Gleason Beamer ’75, Janice

Hollowski ’74, Joe Cipriani ’74, and

Peter Onarati ’75.

Class of 1975 at the home of

Pam Palmquist Bingham ’75 and

Jack Bingham ’76 in Barrington,

N.H. celebrating the 14th Annual

Ground Hog’s Day Contra Dance.

Front row from left to right:

Anne Aubrey Schwenke ’75,

Ellen Sharkey O’Donnell ’75,

Doris Ripley Anderman ’75. Back

row: Linda Ciotti Klein ’75, Pam

Palmquist Bingham ’75, Jack

Bingham ’76, Gail Gleason

Beamer ’75, and Tom Beamer ’74.

Left to right: Catharine (Fetterman)

Lyons, Jay Fetterman ’63, Rev.

Charles L. Persing ’81, Rev. Brian

Fetterman ’54.

1972

Dr. Kathleen (Dixon) Donnelly

recently published her book,

Manager as Muse: Maxwell

Perkins’ Work with F. Scott

Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway,

and Thomas Wolfe. The book

is available on

Amazon.com

in

both print and Kindle formats,

and it provides guidelines

for managers in the creative

industries.

1975

Dr. Steven Shope

was the

Director of Mission Control

for the Two Eagles Across the

Pacific on Balloon project. The

Two Eagles Project consisted of

two hot air balloons flying from

Japan to Albuquerque, N.M.,

breaking the world record for

longest hot-air balloon trip.

1978

Neil Henry

was sworn in as

the mayor of Mendham, N.J.,

beginning his third consecutive

four-year term as the town’s

political leader.

Robert Sclafani’s

business,

Multi Image Group, was

honored at the inaugural South

Florida Top Workplaces Awards

Ceremony and Celebration

in the mid-sized employer

category.

Avg. cost of

$68,700

new home:

Avg. annual wages: $19,500

Avg. cost of new car: $7,200

Avg. cost 1 lb.

$0.99

hamburger:

TIME TRAVEL

1980S

1983

Karen Black

was appointed

by the Sullivan

County Com-

missioners to

paint a wildlife

mural in the

Sullivan County

Courthouse. The mural is 10 feet

by 22 feet and was installed in

June as part of courthouse ren-

ovations. Her mural accentuates

the beauty of the Loyalsock

Creek in the springtime.

C L A S S NOT E S

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LYCOMING COLLEGE 2015 SUMMER MAGAZINE