1964 classmates Carol (Irwin) Schonour, Tom
Shields and Jan (Lawrence) Shields catch up in
San Antonio, Texas.
(biology) and his wife,
Susan, recently celebrated their 50
wedding anniversary. Don retired in
1996 from Burroughs Wellcome Co.
(now part of GlaxoSmithKline) in
London, England, as vice president
and worldwide director of regulatory
affairs. After a few years of teaching
in the pharmacy schools at Campbell
University and the University of North
Carolina, Don and Susan have retired on
Hilton Head Island, S.C.
Geoffrey R. Wood
Evelyn (McConnell) Derrickederrick@windstream.net
moved from Florida to Atlanta in 2012
and transferred his Marine Corps
League membership to an Atlanta
Detachment. He also became a member
of the Vietnam Veterans of America.
In Florida, he served as commandant
for five years. Tom served in leadership
positions in both the Marine Corps and
in corporate life as vice president of sales
for the USA for the Dr Pepper/Snapple
(biology), longtime Jersey
Shore High School head wrestling coach,
was honored with a Lifetime Service
to Wrestling Award at the 20
Pennsylvania Chapter of the National
Wrestling Hall of Fame banquet April
14. Rod guided the Bulldogs for 25
seasons (1964-88), including 23 winning
campaigns while recording a career
record of 247-98-11.
volunteers with the Silverhammers,
a group of retired people that uses its
talents to benefit other local charities in
the Syracuse, N.Y., area.
Nancy (Snow) Cross
G. Bruce Patterson ’65
centennial gala to celebrate Denville
(N.J.) Township’s 100
on April 13. Bucco represents the 25
Legislative District in the New Jersey
Kitty (Traxler) Morrison
(psychology) died in
February and several of her classmates
attended a graveside memorial service
Peggy ’69 (Giauque)
were recognized during a
retirement celebration at the Damascus
(Md.) United Methodist Church in June.
Nearly 1,000 people participated in
the weekend, including more than 250
of Walt’s former choir and orchestra
members, who came back for a concert.
, Ph.D., (biology) has
published two textbooks.
Therapies in Rehabilitation
, is in its third
edition. The book describes the science
of subtle energy and how it affects our
cells and bodies in important ways
that can reinforce wellness and prevent
illness. She continues to teach part time
for the University of Miami Department
of Physical Therapy, for John F. Barnes
Myofascial Release Seminars and for
Classmates of Judy Siebert ’67, who died in
February, attended a graveside memorial service
May 18. First row, from left, are Betty (Hipple)
Bonazzi ’67 and Evie (Curtis) Mann ’67; second
row, Naomi Roan ’67, Deana Nolder ’66, Maria
Testa Missigman ’67, Rick Mann and Judy’s great
nephew; and third row, Melinda Alford ’67, Don
Nolder ’66, Judy’s brother, and Larry Missigman.
Celebrating the retirement of the Rev. Walt Edmonds ’67 included, from left, John Shannon ’68 and his
mother, Elena, Edmonds, Peggy (Giauque) Edmonds ’69, Patricia (McGuigan) Bradbury ’68 and Angela
(McElwain) Bednarczyk ’68. Paul Rounsaville ’67 was also in attendance.
LYCOMING COLLEGE 2013 SUMMER MAGAZINE
G. Bruce Patterson ’65 and Anthony Bucco ’84