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C L A S S N O T E S
A group representing more than 30 years of Lycoming alumni gathered in St. Petersburg, Fla., to celebrate
the 200
th
anniversary of the College. Pictured from top left are Doug Keiper ’68, Pam (Bateman) Whitaker
’74,
Sarah (Wahl) Campbell ’77, Andrea Deufel Rogers ’81, Ann (Marcinkevich) Paquette ’78, Kathy
(
Elwood) Livermore ’74, Dean Livermore ’74, Sarah (Bertrand) Rowe ’74, Kathy (Tighe) Gaye ’75, Janice
(
Ramin) Yaw ’70 and Dr. David Rife. Front row: Judi Fredericksen ’73, Marcy (Hendricks) Hesketh ’56,
and Janet and Ed Smead ’50.
1951
The Rev. William Alberts
(
social
studies) recently published a book, “A
Hospital Chaplain at the Crossroads
of Humanity.” William, who retired
last July, served as chaplain at Boston
Medical Center from 1992-2012. The
book is based on his visits with 53
patients and their families. He and his
wife, Eva, have four daughters and a
son, six grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
1952
Ralph Marion
1954
Rev. James Horace Gold
(570) 966-0330
1959
Beverly (Strauser) Manbeck
Ladypink101@aol.com 
1962
Geoffrey R. Wood
(252) 636-0508
1963
Evelyn (McConnell) Derrick
1964
Bill Lawry
(860) 658-7217
Patricia (Gortner) Dietrich
(
biology)
has been appointed to the board of
directors of the Indiana County (Pa.)
Chapter of the American Red Cross.
1965
Nancy (Snow) Cross
(540) 721-0003
1966
Kitty (Traxler) Morrison
(706) 398-3789
Dr. Wilson “Bud” Frampton
(
business administration) recently
published a book, “Oops I’m a Teacher,”
which is a memoir of his 33 years in
the public school system. He now is the
College Board’s director of the Lewes
Advanced Placement Summer Institute,
a workshop designed to train advanced
placement teachers.
1969
Tom McElheny
Kathryn Leinthall
(
sociology) retired
in 2007 as director of probation and
community corrections for Tompkins
County, N.Y, after 21 years of service.
She is relocating to Rio Rico, Ariz.
1970
Susan Stewart
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