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LYCOMING COLLEGE 2015 SPRING MAGAZINE

C L A S S NOT E S

These five women from the class of 1967 have been friends since their

freshman year of college and recently spent the day together at Longwood

Gardens. From left to right: Gail (Reichard) Feustel, Cindy (Schlegel)

Blevins, Ruth (Rendel) Wood, Carol (Schultz) Goguts, Evie (Curtis) Mann.

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.

Song:

Sam The Sham and The

Pharaohs - Wooly Bully

Top Grossing Film:

The

Sound of Music

Headlines:

Rev. Dr. Martin

Luther King, Jr., and more

than 2,600 others arrested

in Selma, Ala., during

demonstrations against voter-

registration rules

TIME TRAVEL

1965

1961:

Thomas R. McIntosh (history)

received an honorary

doctorate of humane letters

from The Harrisburg University

of Science and Technology on

May 8, 2014.

1965:

Richard Erickson

(mathematics, Theta Chi)

after

graduating from Lycoming and

Purdue, Erickson worked for

DuPont. He currently resides

with his wife, Sally, in St. James

Plantation, in Southport, N.C., a

golfing and ocean community.

1969:

Joe Amico (religion)

left his

bi-vocational positions of

pastor at First Congregational

Church of West Brattleboro

and director of programs

and clinical services for

Jeremiah’s Inn in Worcester,

Mass. in October. He is now

the designated term pastor

of Tabernacle Congregational

Church, United Church

of Christ, in Salem, Mass.

Song:

Captain and Tennille -

Love Will Keep Us Together

Top Grossing Film:

Jaws

Headlines:

John N. Mitchell,

H. R. Haldeman, John D.

Ehrlichman found guilty

of Watergate cover-up (Jan.

1); sentenced to 30 months to

8 years in jail (Feb. 21)

TIME TRAVEL

1975

Tabernacle is a historic church

with roots back to 1629 and

the church where the first

foreign missionaries were

commissioned in 1812.

1973:

Rev. Dr. Alan Rhodes

(religion)

completed 40

years in parish ministry and

retired as a “Member in Full

Connection” in the Upper NY

Annual Conference of the

Class of 1974: Sherry Macpherson, Natalie Epinger-Chickey, Esther

Leppler-Korner, Jane (Zorica) Pile and Suzanne (Smith) Culin at Esther

Leppler-Korner’s daughter’s wedding at the historic Hotel Bethlehem on

November 28.

United Methodist Church. In

retirement, he is continuing

as the part-time Chaplain at

Wesley Health Care Center in

Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a 356-

bed nursing facility.

Susan (Helm) Hay

(psychology)

has started

LaunchingU

(launchingu.com

),

a business that provides career

coaching to college students,

new graduates and early

career professionals. Susan

says this is the most fun she

has ever had professionally and

invites any Lycoming College

graduate or the children of any

Lycoming College graduate

to contact her through the

website for a free session on

any career-related topic.

1975:

James Helsel, Jr. (business

administration)

received

the National Association

of Realtors® (NAR) 2014

Distinguished Service Award

(DSA). NAR established the

DSA in 1979 to honor Realtors®

who have made outstanding

contributions to the real estate

industry and are recognized

as leaders in their local

communities. The award is

considered the highest honor

an NAR member can receive;

recipients must be active at

the local, state and national

association levels, but must not

have served as NAR president.

Richard Erickson with his

grandson, Bodie.