2018 Spring LC Magazine

Your gift is tax deductible and will be allocated as you direct. For additional details contact Glenn Smith ’07, director of athletics fundraising, at 570-321-4455 or smithg@lycoming.edu. Enhancing the budgets of our 17 varsity teams Supporting travel opportunities and needed accommodations Providing equipment and uniform upgrades Improving facilities and athletic initiatives Recognizing team and individual accomplishments Help ensure that our warriors have everything they need to compete at the highest level. WARRIOR CLUB GIFTS IMPACT LYCOMING ATHLETICS BY: Every gift can be designated to a specific sports team, divided among multiple programs or allocated to the Warrior Club General Fund, which supports all of Lycoming athletics. John Piazza IV has been promoted to associate vice president of development of MB Financial Bank. 14 Julia Cuddahy graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (New Brunswick), with her Master of Library and Information Science in May 2017. Cuddahy specialized in school library media. Rutgers University was ranked No. 1 in the United States for its school library media specialization by U.S. News and World Report . Cuddahy was one of four graduates selected for the Beta Phi Mu Honor Society out of the 94 graduates from the master of library and information science and master of information programs. She currently works for the Lawrence headquarters branch of the Mercer County Library System as a reference librarian. Andrea Fitzsimmons received her juris doctor degree on May 21, 2017, from Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, Pa. Andrea graduated with pro bono distinction and plans to take the Pennsylvania State BAR Exam in February 2018. During her time in law school, she had many rewarding internships at places such as PA Advocacy and Resources for Autism and Intellectual Disability, the Dauphin County BAR Association and the Pennsylvania State Senate. She is employed as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Kathleen J. Prendergast in York County, Pa. Matthew Ruth graduated from Norwich University with a Master in Public Administration, earning a 4.0 GPA in the program. 17 Nicole Calella has secured a position with the Supreme Court Police. She began her FLETC training in Georgia in mid-July and her work at the Supreme Court building in October 2017. Matthew Diemer and Mary Katherine Yarish are first year law students entering Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, Pa. The Honorable P. Kevin Brobson ’92 administered the oath of professionalism to the incoming class. Brobson graduated from Widener in 1995. (L to R) Matthew Diemer ’17, Mary Katherine Yarish ’17, and the Honorable P. Kevin Brobson ’92, judge for the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania 43 www.lycoming.edu