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C L A S S N O T E S

Class Notes submissions:

Lycoming College wants to join

you in celebrating your career and

life accomplishments. You may

wish to share information about a

birth, wedding, anniversary, career

move, retirement, life-changing

experience, etc. We reserve

the right to edit submissions to

meet Lycoming Magazine style

guidelines and space limitations.

Only activities that have already

taken place will be included in

Class Notes.

Photo submissions:

Please feel

free to submit printed and high-res-

olution digital photos. Because

of space limitations, we cannot

publish every photo we receive,

but your chances improve if your

digital photos are of good quality

and at least 300 dpi at a canvas size

of 3x5. Lower resolution pictures

may look sharp on your computer

screen, but will not reproduce well

in the magazine.

Information received after June 21,

2013, will be used in a future issue

of the magazine.

Send your Class Notes

information to:

a) Class scribe

b) Alumni Office

Lycoming College

700 College Place

Williamsport, PA 17701

c) Email:

alumni@lycoming.edu

Please be advised that as a result of

our online posting and archiving of

the magazine, information included

in Class Notes may become publicly

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the Internet.

From left are Eleanor P. Gold, the Rev. James H.

Gold ’54, and the Right Rev. Robert A. Gross 

1941

Jean (Mumford) Spencer

recently

celebrated her 92

nd

birthday. She

regularly attends the Methodist church

in New Paltz, N.J., according to her

nephew,

Thomas R. McIntosh ’61

.

1949

Joe Keller

(pre-engineering) has

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.

Lycoming College

. . .

Dickinson

Seminary and

Junior College

. . .

1952

Ralph Marion

rmarionjr@bellsouth.net

1954

Rev. James Horace Gold

570-966-0330

jegold@atlanticbb.net

The

Rev. James Gold

(psychology)

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,

Stephen ’80

and Philip, and a daughter, Betsy.

1955

Bill Hart

(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.

1959

Beverly (Strauser) Manbeck

Ladypink101@aol.com

 

1960

Beverlee

(Arnds) Harbin

(executive secretary

science), and her

husband, Ron,

celebrated their

50

th

wedding

anniversary Feb. 5.

John Maiolo

(psychology) and his

wife, Ruth, celebrated their 50

th

wedding

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.

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Kristina Fangman and Bill Hart ’55

Ron and Beverlee

(Arnds) ’60 Harbin

Ruth and John ’60 Maiolo