Table of Contents Table of Contents
Previous Page  42 / 52 Next Page
Information
Show Menu
Previous Page 42 / 52 Next Page
Page Background

1983

Ron Frick

was named chair of

the Central Pennsylvania Food

Bank’s The Bold Journey...

Until No One is Hungry capital

campaign to raise $1,000,000

in support of a new healthy food

hub in Williamsport. Frick also

serves on the Northern Tier

Regional Advisory Committee for

the organization.

1987

Matthew A.

Clarke

, the

business

administrator

and board

secretary for

the Springfield

Board of Education since 2002,

will serve as first vice president

of the New Jersey Association

of School Business Officials

during the 2016-2017 school

year. Matthew has been in

school business administration

for 23 years. He is a member of

NJASBO’s Board of Trustees and

served on numerous committees

including legislative network,

technology, specifications

& purchasing, and budget/

finance and is a past recipient

of NJASBO’s Above & Beyond

Award. Matthew and his wife

of 26 years, Gayle, have three

children: Samantha, Wyatt and

Tabitha.

1993

Kirsten (Felix) Burkhart

has been

named Wise Woman of the Year

by the YWCA Northcentral PA.

She is the executive director of

AIDS Resource Alliance, and the

director of West House personal

care home.

Erica Hain

was named

Region II vice

president to

the National

Association

of Health

Underwriters

(NAHU) Board of Trustees at

the 86th Annual Convention and

Exhibition in Albuquerque, N.M.

NAHU represents more than

100,000 professional health

insurance agents and brokers

who provide insurance for

millions of Americans. NAHU is

headquartered in Washington, D.C.

1995

Scott Schell

gave a Biology

Colloquium

talk this fall

on his career,

as well as how

his Lycoming

experiences influence his job.

He is the director of compliance

assessments at Johnson &

Johnson, conducting auditing

and quality assurance in

pharmaceuticals, medical

devices and consumer

healthcare.

1996

Carrie (Jacobson) Hartin

was

recently named president of

Network Media Partners, Inc.,

where she has worked since

graduating from Lycoming

College. Hartin has held multiple

positions within the media

services firm, including chief

operating officer, prior to her

current appointment.

2002

Kelly Smolinsky

was promoted

to assistant to the dean of

students/director of student

conduct at St. Mary’s College of

Maryland.

2003

Adam Hartzel

,

CPA, assurance

senior

manager in

accounting

and advisory

firm Baker Tilly

Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker

Tilly), has received a 2016

Young Leaders Award from the

Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs

(PICPA). This annual award

recognizes PICPA members

under the age of 40 who

demonstrate a commitment

to the accounting profession

through active PICPA or

community volunteer activities.

Adam has more than 10 years of

public accounting experience.

His areas of expertise include

audits of state and local

governments and other not-for-

profit organizations.

1977

Jeffery

Seeley, Ph.D.,

is now

associate

professor of

church music

at Mercer

University, Macon, Ga., and

director of music at the Vineville

United Methodist Church in

Macon.

1979

Kimberly

Bolig, Ph.D.

,

director of the

regional STEM

education

center at

Bloomsburg

University, was recognized with

the Distinguished Leadership

Award at Girl Scouts in the

Heart of Pennsylvania (GSHPA),

2016 Inspiring Generations

Celebration, on Sunday, Oct. 16,

at the Hershey Lodge, for her

dedication to brightening Girl

Scouts’ futures and introducing

more young women into the

STEM field.

Kenneth

A. Holdren

has been a

healthcare

consultant with

SystemCare

Health

focusing

on physician group practice

consulting since retiring from

Geisinger Health System as the

chief administrative officer of

Geisinger Clinic in September

2014. Ken ran for and was

elected Montour County, Pa.,

commissioner in 2015 and

now serves as the chairman

of the Montour County Board

of Commissioners. He is also a

director of FNB N.A. in Danville,

Pa., and serves on the special

joint compliance committee of

Fulton Bank. Ken also serves as

a director of the Danville Area

Community Foundation. Ken

has lived in Danville, Pa., with

his wife, Cindy, for the last 22

years and they are the parents

of three children.

Joan (Schreibeis) Mansfield

and

her husband fulfilled a lifelong

dream to travel to Israel and

Jordan. The small church group

of 32 friends spent two weeks in

the Holy Land including Petra.

1980

John C. (Jace) Scala

retired

as planetarium director for

Lenape Valley Regional High

School after 29 years in this

position. Jace accrued 32

years in public education,

and also spent several years

in the private sector. Nearly

68,000 people entered the 53

seat facility during his tenure.

He plans to relocate to the

Chicago area to be as full-time

a grandfather as he can to his

three granddaughters.

1981

John Murray

and his son John

recently attended a “Project

Streamline” swim clinic offered

by former Olympic swimmer and

Navy Seal Larsen Jensen and

2016 gold medalist and swim

team captain, Allison Schmitt.

Those gold medals are heavy!

42

LYCOMING COLLEGE 2017 SPRING MAGAZINE

C L A S S NOT E S