2018 Spring LC Magazine

staff chaplain at Overlook Hospital for two years, followed by an additional three years as hospice chaplain. She returned to Drew in 1981 and during her 35 years at Drew served as associate dean for 32 years, dean of students for two years and interim dean of the Theological School for one year. Her interests outside of ministry include reading, sewing and gardening. The Ninth Annual Theta Chi golf outing was held on Aug. 29 at Olde Homestead Golf Club in New Tripoli, Pa., in preparation for Lycoming’s Thomas B. Croyle ’70 Memorial Golf Tournament. Only nine holes were played due to constant rain. 79 Vincent Latini recently accepted an opportunity as a financial analyst at Cornell University supporting the Facilities Management Group within the Department of Infrastructure, Properties and Planning, which includes more than 260 buildings and 1,000 employees at Cornell’s Ithaca campus, as well as various other locations, including New York City. 82 Message from Shari (Chambers) Noctor : “Happy 35th anniversary. I miss all my friends and professors at Lycoming. I also have an MBA in management and marketing, and have been selling real estate since 1990. I have used my business and English (L to R) Randy Jones ’71, Joe Montesano ’73, Bob Walker ’69, Don Beach ’69, Gary Spies ’72, Jay Tray ’69, Doug Farrell ’71, Doug Ball ’70, Jim Chilton ’69, Randy Loeliger ’71 and Wayne Morse ’71 background to go very far in life. Thanks Lyco! I am a Re/ Max International Hall of Fame member and have earned a Lifetime Achievement award. More importantly in 2015, I started a Whitehall-Coplay Hunger Initiative in the school district where I work. We do two free community meals per month, give snack and bath pack food and toiletry necessities to 160 students K-12 once a month, and started a free summer breakfast camp this past summer. I am so proud of our community for coming together to help the food insecure. This was a shock for the community because many had no idea that 52 percent of our school kids rely on the free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch they receive as their main nutritious meals for the day. Hunger is everywhere. I am proud of all our community partners and the residents in our area. The Whitehall Area Foundation recognized our group on Nov. 7, 2017, for all the work we have done. The community told us that we have changed the culture and hunger awareness in our area and are making a huge difference in people’s lives. The average home sale price for our area is $250,000, so hunger is a shocker for most of us. I live in Lehighton, Pa., with my husband, Tom, of 33 years.” 84 Emilio “Jack” Morrone was featured in the June 2017 Men’s Health magazine in an article focusing on the dedication of Jack and his wife, Leslie, and insight on life as they provide for their two sons who were diagnosed with an extremely rare genetic impairment. The article appears on page 114 in the June 2017 issue. 87 Matthew A. Clarke was named the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO) president- elect for the 2017-2018 school year. Clarke is currently the assistant superintendent of schools and business administrator/board secretary (BA) for the Springfield Board of Education. Clarke and his wife, Gayle, live in Howell, N.J. They have been married for 27 years and have three children, Samantha, Wyatt and Tabitha. 88 Each summer, USA East Coast takes high level college basketball players to Europe to learn more about other cultures and compete against various National Teams. This year, president and CEO Jay Cleveland ’88 and Cleveland Brothers Equipment Co. partnered with USA East Coast. This past August, two current student athletes, Coach Guy Rancourt and Coach Josh Einhorn had the chance to spend eight days in New York City and Madrid, Spain, with Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown as part of a USA All Star Basketball team, which was comprised of Division I basketball players and Lycoming players Alex Newbold ’18 and Calvin Chandler ’19. Cleveland, along with some of his closest Warrior friends, Steve Crawford ’88, Jim Fox ’88 and Phil Kehoe ’88, came to their training camp at Terminal 23 by Jordan Brand in New York City to wish them well before departing for Madrid, Spain. Coach Larry Brown with Jay Cleveland ’88 90 With the support of his friends, Randy Pisane entered the 2017 World Series of Poker at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. His goal was to make it through to the third day of play so he could recuperate their initial investment. Randy made it to the seventh day, finishing 20 th out of 7,200 entrants. He 41 www.lycoming.edu