2018 Spring LC Magazine

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. C L A S S NOT E S 54 Anthony L. DiSalvo is the only Scout known to have attended every national jamboree. This year he was presented with a distinguished Eagle Scout neckerchief at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia and was given the VIP tour. Anthony was a visitor at the first jamboree in Washington in 1937. He has been involved in scouting since 1942 when he joined Troop 50 in Williamsport. He became its scoutmaster when he was 20 and has remained active in scouting at the local level, including 35 years on the board of the Susquehanna Council. 59 Coach Paul Motta is entering his 46 th year coaching at Delaware County Community College. A teacher of both life and baseball, he is loved by his former players. DCCC successfully hosted their 50 th anniversary, including an alumni/student baseball game hosted by Coach Motta. Roughly 30 players attended and he remembered every single name, position and related details about each of Photo courtesy of Pennsylvania Real-Time News them. Four original players from their first baseball team in 1971 returned. 68 Linda (Cooney) Wasser and her husband, Fritz, have combined their talents in a newly released book entitled “Recipes for Art Full Success.” The book is a comprehensive art guide written and fully illustrated by the two professional award- winning artist/teachers who have a total of 80+ years of classroom experience. (L to R) Fred Felter, Bob Abel, Coach Paul Motta, Don Dougherty and Sam Peppelman 69 Jay Tray was inducted into the Norwin Athletics Hall of Fame for wrestling at its annual dinner on Sept. 21, at Stratigos Banquet Center, North Huntingdon, Pa. The athletes were nominated by individuals and were selected by the hall of fame committee, which consists of about 25 members. Approximately 50 Norwin athletes were considered for induction this year. Friends from the class of 1968 (L to R) Jennifer (Adams) Mikolajczyk, Tem (Bulleit) Tipton, Rusty (Turner) Groff, and Gail (Hite) Irwin met for a mini-luncheon/reunion in Carlisle, Pa., on Sept. 21, 2017 70 Some friendships withstand the test of time. Don Failor ’68 , Marilyn (Phillippy) Failor ’70 , Gary Bower ’70 and Lynn (Salmons) Bower ’70 took a tour across Wyoming to South Dakota to see the Tetons, Yellowstone, Mt. Rushmore and some other interesting sights in September 2017. What fun they had together 50 years after first meeting at Lycoming! Gary and Don were Lambda Chi fraternity brothers and Marilyn and Lynn were suitemates. 72 Virginia “Ginny” (Samuel) Cetuk has been appointed interim administrative pastor at Princeton United Methodist Church for 2017-18. She was born and raised in northeastern Pennsylvania and attended Lycoming College where she met her husband, Norman Cetuk ’72. They have two sons, Russell and Mitchell. Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Arts, Ginny enrolled in Drew Theological School in 1972. After graduating with a Master of Divinity in 1975, she became the associate pastor of Martinsville United Methodist Church and completed five units of Clinical Pastoral Education. She then became 40 LYCOMING COLLEGE 2018 SPRING MAGAZINE