1980
Roy Crowe
John “Jace” Scala
(astronomy)
was named by the Princeton University
Office of Teacher Preparation as one of
the “10 Most Distinguished Secondary
School Teachers” in New Jersey for
2012. He just completed his 25
th
year as
planetarium director at Lenape Valley
Regional High School in Stanhope, N.J.
1981
Jeffrey S. Reddall
(281) 242-6010
1982
Shari (Chambers) Noctor
610-266-5241
1983
Karen (Sayman) Black
(biology) has
been named gallery director of the Blue
Heron Art Gallery
in Wyalusing, Pa.
She is an award-
winning artist and
author, and has
recently released
her latest book,
Full
Circle: the Life and
Works of Karl-Heinz
Meschbach.
For
more information,
visit
1984
Lynn Cruickshank
1985
Theo (Gude) Truch
(908) 956-1273
1986
Patricia (Dempsey) Hutchinson
(610) 768-0404
Robert Glunk
(history) has been
named senior vice president and chief
operating officer of Jersey Shore State
Bank.
1987
Tina Muheim
(215) 574-0160
1988
Cindy (Smith) Snyderman
(610) 558-0998
Dr. William Frick
(religion) was
promoted to associate professor with
tenure at University of Oklahoma’s
Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education,
Department of Educational Leadership
and Policy Studies.
1989
Wendy (Park) Myers
(610) 444-2629
1990
Courtenay (Wells) Arendt
(410) 561-0909
Heidi (Meakin) Lind
(economics) ran
the Disney half-marathon in January 2011
in a time of 2:07:10. She is a mathematics
teacher at Kittatinny Regional High
School in New Jersey.
1991
Malena (DeMore) Pearson
(570) 651-9575
1992
Julie Makatche Collins
(610) 644-2892
julmak70@
hotmail.com
Dr. John
“Ed” Frick
(history),
earned a
doctorate in
educational
leadership and
management
from Drexel
University,
Deferred gifts
Deferred gifts offer creative
ways to make a more significant
impact than you may have thought
possible. Here are four of the
easiest and most popular ways to
make a deferred gift:
IRAs: The Most Overlooked Option •
Consider making Lycoming the
beneficiary of your IRA. Your
IRA can be an excellent—and
tax-wise—deferred gift choice.
If you leave your IRA to anyone
other than your spouse or a charity,
significant value may be lost to
taxation.
Charitable Gift Annuities:
Guaranteed Lifetime Income •
Perhaps you would like a little
more income than your investments
are earning, but you are reluctant
to sell appreciated stock because of
the capital gain tax you will incur.
Consider giving the appreciated
stock to Lycoming.
Life Insurance
Consider making
Lycoming the beneficiary of a
new life insurance policy or one
you no longer need. If you make
Lycoming the owner—as well
as beneficiary—of a policy, your
policy payments become tax
deductible.
Bequest Gifts
A bequest is one of
the easiest ways to make a gift to
Lycoming. You may decide to give
a specific amount, a percentage of
your estate, or all or part of what
remains after others have been
remembered.
To receive more information on
these or other ways to make a
difference for Lycoming, please
contact Karen Sheaffer ’74, planned
giving officer, at (570) 321-4311 or
Karen (Sayman)
Black ’83
Heidi (Meakin) Lind ’90
Dr. John “Ed” Frick ’92
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