Julie (Hottle) Day ’88
Jeffrey S. Reddall
(281) 242-6010
Robert Bucknam Jr.
science) was recognized by
Business Times
for his service in the
energy industry. He has served as legal
counsel for some of the most significant
energy projects in New Jersey and the
Delaware Valley during the past 25 years.
Nancy Goldberg-Vegotsky
(psychology) recently celebrated 30
years in real estate. She is an agent with
Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors in
Yardley, Pa., and has been a relocation
specialist for 22 years.
Shari (Chambers) Noctor
Deirdre Connelly
(economics and
was profiled in the January
edition of
Irish America Magazine
a top businesswoman. Each year, the
magazine recognizes the top Irish-
American and Irish-born leaders at the
Business 100 luncheon in New York
City. She is president and CEO of Human
Genome Services.
Tammy (Avery) Weber
justice) has become a partner in the law
firm Marshall, Parker & Weber, where
she is the managing attorney. Her focus
is on elder law, estate planning, estate
administration, and planning for business
and gas royalty owners. Tammy is one of
only 43 attorneys in Pennsylvania who
have achieved certification in the legal
area of elder law. Her status as a certified
elder law attorney has been approved by
the National Elder Law Foundation and
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Lynn Cruickshank
Michael Morelli
(music), a certified
executive chef, was
appointed executive
chef for Chartwell’s
at State University
of New York,
Plattsburgh.  His book,
A Concise Guide to
Culinary Management
is available on Amazon.com. He and his
children, Sophie, 15, and Mick, 13, live
in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Theo (Gude) Truch
(908) 956-1273
Patricia (Dempsey) Hutchinson
(610) 768-0404
Tina Muheim
(215) 574-0160
Cindy (Smith) Snyderman
(610) 558-0998
Julie (Hottle) Day
justice-political science) was named
as one
of the top divorce
attorneys in the
Washington, D.C.,
area in its December
2012 issue. She
also was named as a
Virginia SuperLawyer
by Thomson Reuters
in the family law practice area. She
resides in the D.C. area with her husband
and two children.
Wendy (Park) Myers
(610) 444-2629
Courtenay (Wells) Arendt
(410) 561-0909
Malena (DeMore) Pearson
(570) 651-9575
Milton W. Glenn III
(theatrical arts)
was recently appointed as director of
educational programs for the Absecon
Lighthouse in Atlantic City, N.J. He has
been volunteering at the lighthouse for
more than a year and was named 2012
Volunteer of the Year. He is the third
generation of his family to grow up
on Absecon Island and now resides in
Atlantic City.
Julie Makatche Collins
(610) 644-2892
Dr. John “Ed”Frick
recently accepted a
position as evaluator-
research in education,
curriculum and
instruction at Western
Governors University.
He will be working via
an online environment
from his home in
Mount Joy, Pa.
Andrea (Ruble) Miller
(410) 353-5457
Andrea (Ruble) Miller
communications) was one of only
seven students accepted into the highly-
competitive physical therapist assistant
program at the Chesapeake Area
Consortium for Higher Education in
Maryland. Andrea has been a licensed
massage therapist for four years.
Before her career in massage, she was a
television producer for 15 years.
Michele (Wawroski) Hogan
Michael Bell
(art-generalist), a
teacher at Southern High School in
Harwood, Md., recently received the
William U. Harris
College Board
Award, which is
given annually to
individuals who
have “demonstrated
leadership skills in the
field of education.”
Michael received the
honor for his work with art students at
the school. He also started a gifted and
talented art program for students from
around the Anne Arundel County who
meet at the school on weekends. Michael
also received the National Arts Education
Association Rising Star award in painting
for the fourth consecutive year. In March,
Michael Morelli ’84
Dr. John “Ed”
Frick ’92
Michael Bell ’94
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