Page 34 - 2012 Lycoming Summer Magazine

Newman) Heck
has been named
assistant director
of development
in neurology
at the Fund for
Johns Hopkins
Medicine in
Baltimore, Md.
She also assists
the Robert Packard Center for ALS
Research at Johns Hopkins in securing
research dollars in the quest for a cure for
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly
known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Gloria Neeld
criminal justice,
psychology), a criminal investigator,
recently attended the National Center
for Missing and Exploited Children’s
Hope Awards and a Congressional
Breakfast where she had the opportunity
to speak with John Walsh of “America’s
Most Wanted” and Stacia Hylton, the
current and first female director of U.S.
Kristen Dart
Rodman Berfield
economics) has been promoted to
the position of operations manager
in Baltimore for Aluma Systems,
a worldwide provider of concrete
formwork products as well as shoring
and industrial services.
Gloria Neeld ’04 (center) with John Walsh and
Stacia Hylton.
Gamma Delta Sigma sisters from the Class of 2004 pose at Hoover Dam. From left are Laurie (Rooney)
Rodrigues, Lauren (Derrick) Marsh, Faith (Leichliter) Rodill, Lauren (Stickley) Kohl and Cara Demotte.
Kirsten (Newman) Heck ’04
Rodman Berfield ’05
Information in Career
Services’ credential files
for all students up to and
including 2006 graduating
class will be destroyed after
Sept. 25, 2012.
If you still have information
in a credential file
in Career Services
and wish to keep it,
please contact
or (570) 321-4034
before SEPT. 25
Thank you,
Career Services