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1973

Rebecca (Box) Rowe

retired

from Wayne Highlands School

District after completing

36 years teaching biology,

chemistry and advanced

placement biology. She also

served as boys’ basketball

cheerleader coach for many

years.

1974

Mary (Perry) Baughman

celebrated Lycoming College

friendships, connecting for an

enjoyable (annual) gathering,

hosted this year by

Michelle

’74

and

Rod Templon ’74

in Pennington, N.J. Also in

attendance for a fun time of

double deck pinochle, fine food,

fond memories and good laughs

were:

Ellen Weber ’74

,

Karen

Uebele ’74

,

Nancy (Scholz)

Bastow ’74

and

Carol Marple

Lynch (‘75)

. The one missing

“gal gang” member was

Jane

(Woodruff) Bird ’75

. Michelle,

Ellen, Nancy and Carol live

in N.J. Karen resides in York,

Maine; Mary in Sunnyvale, Tex.;

and Jane, in Marietta, Ga.

1976

Nancy (Gerber) Conrad

,

Esquire, Lehigh County, was

elected to serve a three-year

term on the board of directors

of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.

She took office at PBI’s Annual

Meeting held in conjunction

with the Pennsylvania

Bar Association’s Annual

Meeting. Nancy is a partner

in the Commercial Litigation

Department and Chair of the

Labor and Employment Practice

Group with White and Williams

LLP, resident in the Lehigh

Valley Office. She practices in

the area of employment law

and litigation. In addition, her

practice includes the defense of

federal and state discrimination

claims, wrongful discharge,

and contract and injunction

proceedings. She also assists

employers with workplace

issues, including review of

handbooks and policies,

guidance on performance

management issues, employee

supervision and employee

training in the areas of anti-

harassment, EEO issues and

discipline/discharge. Nancy also

represents colleges, universities

and schools in employment and

education law matters related to

faculty, staff and students.

I have always loved Christmas and start playing

carols right after Halloween. So it wasn’t unusual that

my roommate and I were discussing dorm decorations

as we walked back to campus from Williamsport late

one afternoon. Passing by Old Main, we noticed a

forlorn evergreen tree thrown on the ground behind

the building. We immediately “topped” about three

feet for our room.

The following evening, we were aghast as we

entered the student union building and noticed a very

tall, fully decorated Christmas tree ... missing its top!

We had no idea that was its intended use, and kept the

secret for the next 50 years!

We didn’t look like tree thieves — we were involved

in many campus activities, and I was even named

Chieftain that year. We just couldn’t “come clean,”

although no one asked.

I hadn’t recalled this for 50 years. Now my three

children and their children have been told and they

kid me about respecting their trees!

Bonnie Byers ’66

PARDON GRANTED

Ever wish you had a presidential

pardon for your antics at Lycoming?

Come clean about your college

capers, and we’ll grant you one.

Send your story, along with

any photographic evidence, to

marketing@lycoming.com.

Your

conscience will thank you.

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