Page 31 - 2012 Lycoming Summer Magazine

Tom Woodruff
theatre) was
presented with Loyalsock Township (Pa.)
School District’s first-ever Distinguished
Alumni award in May. He is co-owner
of Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. in
Jeffrey S. Reddall
(281) 242-6010
Lynn Cruickshank
Michael Morelli
music) received
the Certified Executive Chef designation
from the American Culinary Federation.
A culinary instructor at Lincoln College
of New England from 2008-11, he is
the chef garde
manager at The
Sagamore Resort
in Lake George,
N.Y., this summer.
His self-published
book, “A Concise
Guide to Culinary
Management,” is
available on
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Tina Muheim
(215) 574-0160
Cindy (Smith) Snyderman
(610) 558-0998
Wendy (Park) Myers
(610) 444-2629
David Bonsick
political science)
has been named president and CEO of
Harrisburg-based company TechQuest.
Connelly to lead Human Genome Sciences
Deirdre Connelly ’83 will take the helm as president
and CEO of Human Genome Sciences following the
company’s acquisition by GlaxoSmithKline, one of
the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical
and health care companies.
HGS, headquartered in Rockville, Md., exists to
place new therapies into the hands of those battling
serious diseases.
Connelly has served as president, North America
Pharmaceuticals, of GSK since February 2009, and
previously led Eli Lily and Company as president of
U.S. operations.
A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Connelly
earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and
marketing from Lycoming. She graduated from
Harvard University’s Advanced Management
Program in 2000. Among her many accolades,
she has been named one of “The World’s 100
Most Powerful Women” by
and one
magazine’s “50 Most Powerful
Women in Business.”
Theo (Gude) Truch
(908) 956-1273
U.S. Rep.
Tom Marino
science) received the Legislative
Leader Award for his efforts on animal
protection legislation in 2011 from the
Humane Society of the U.S. and Humane
Society Legislative Fund.
Patricia (Dempsey) Hutchinson
(610) 768-0404
Andrew Ripic
accounting) has been
appointed to the board of directors of the
Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies
of Wyalusing, Pa. He is the general
manager of the Wyalusing facility of
Cargill Meat Solutions Corp.
Connelly ’83
U.S. Rep. Tom Marino ’85 (center), recipient of the
Legislative Leader Award, with Wayne Pacelle (left),
president, U.S. Humane Society, and Mike Markari-
an, president, Humane Society Legislative Fund.
Michael Morelli ’84