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From left are Eleanor P. Gold, the Rev. James H.
Gold ’54, and the Right Rev. Robert A. Gross
Jean (Mumford) Spencer
celebrated her 92
regularly attends the Methodist church
in New Paltz, N.J., according to her
Thomas R. McIntosh ’61
been nominated for the Institute of
Printed Circuit Hall of Fame for 2013.
He has received the National Reliability
Award from the Institute of Electronic
Engineers and the American Society of
Mechanized Engineers Award for his
work with Dr. Werner Von Braun and the
Apollo lunar landing achievement. He
lives in Cocoa, Fla., where he lectures to
local science students.
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Rev. James Horace Gold
Rev. James Gold
was honored in April for his 26 years of
service in the Order of Corpus Christi,
an Evangelical Catholic Religious
Order. During the presentation, he was
given the title of Prior Emeritus. Jim is
serving at Trinity Lutheran Church of
Cowan, Pa. He has been married for 56
years to the former Eleanor Erdley and
the couple has two sons,
and Philip, and a daughter, Betsy.
(economics) has been
volunteering with the Northcentral
chapter of the American Red Cross
through Americorps in Williamsport,
Pa. His duties include creating programs
to address the needs of senior citizens
in the Lycoming County, Pa., area and
communicating with the local Area
Agency on Aging.
Beverly (Strauser) ManbeckLadypink101@aol.com
science), and her
anniversary Feb. 5.
(psychology) and his
wife, Ruth, celebrated their 50
anniversary in January. John continues
to provide non-paid consulting to fishery
management organizations that helped
fund his research during his collegiate
teaching and research career.
Kristina Fangman and Bill Hart ’55
Ron and Beverlee
(Arnds) ’60 Harbin
Ruth and John ’60 Maiolo