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Md., since 1994 and chair of the art

department since 2009. The award is

given to dedicated teachers who show

initiative, creativity and an exceptional

degree of professionalism in teaching. He

is one of 20 winners of the honor.

Kathleen “Kat” Smith


earned certification as an Employee

Assistance Professional and graduated

with her second master’s degree in May.

She obtained a master’s degree in social

work from Widener University and

passed the Pennsylvania state licensure

exam to be a licensed social worker. Kat

has worked full time for the past five

years at Ceridian Corp., where she

provides EAP services across the U.S.,

U.K. and Canada.


Bob Martin


Dr. Stephen Cairone


joined Mercer-Bucks Orthopedics

after nine years in private practice in

Bucks County, Pa. He is board certified

in orthopedic surgery and received

fellowship training in spine surgery

from the University of Pennsylvania. He

serves as an associate clinical professor

of orthopedic surgery at Pennsylvania

College of Osteopathic Medicine.

During the past 10 years, he has served

in served in several capacities for the

American Osteopathic Association of

Orthopedic Surgeons, where he was

inducted as a fellow in 2012. Steve lives

in Wrightstown, Pa., with his wife,

Kari, and their three daughters. He

serves on the board for Council Rock

United Soccer Association and also has

been appointed as director of injury


Carol (Papandrea) Herrmann

(history and education) was elected to

a three-year term on the board of the

South Country Central School District

in New York. She is a social studies

teacher at Sachem East High School in

Farmingville, N.Y.


Angela (Dakshaw) Sweeney


Eric Pfirman

(history) has

been named principal at Codington

Elementary School in Wilmington, N.C.

Zachary Rubinich

(political science)

has been certified as a specialist by the

Pennsylvania Bar Association Section

on Workers Compensation Law as

authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme

Court. He also has been selected as a

Rising Star in the Pennsylvania edition

of Super Lawyers for 2013.


Lauren Kolaya

908-755-5710 or



Kirsten (Schwalm) Miller


Jess Millard

(education-history) was

the guest speaker for the Class of 1993

at the 121


Canton (Pa.) High School

Alumni Banquet on May 25. For the

past six years, he has been the building

administrator at Clark Wood Elementary

School in Elkland, Pa., and has coached

junior high, junior varsity and varsity

football, softball and wrestling.


Brenda (Bowser) Soder


Kelly (Norton) Knight


gave a presentation about county

government compliance

with the Affordable

Care Act during the

Maryland Association

of Counties’ summer

conference. She is

assistant vice president,

compliance services, at

the Benecon Group in

Lititz, Pa. Kelly joined

Benecon in January 2011

after 10 years of practicing law in the

private sector. In 2010, she was named

Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star.


Heather Myers


Lance Barry


is the public relations manager for

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in

Cincinnati, Ohio. An Emmy-nominated

journalist and five-time Best of Ohio

Journalism Award recipient, Lance will

be responsible for public relations and

media activities for the chamber. He

previously was a television reporter and

anchor in Cincinnati.

Casey Barnes

(biology) and his wife,

Sally, donated an easement to York

Township, Pa., to ensure that their land

is used for agricultural purposes forever.

The Barnes were the first people to

donate an easement to York County who

did not receive any money in exchange

for preserving the land.


Amanda (Peterman) Dalla Piazza


Katie (Wuestner) Bell


marketing) was named the April Mommy

Master by


She was recognized for her efforts as

a working mom and entrepreneur who

created Sleevie Savers.

Rosalee “Rosie” Wise


was recognized for her efforts as the

garden and youth coordinator for North

Hills Community Outreach, where she

plans and oversees the Rosalinda Sauro

Sirianni Garden in Bellevue, Pa. She has

worked with more than 200 volunteers

and grew more than 3,000 pounds

of food for families and community

members served by the agency’s food

bank programs.


Andrea (Duncan) Mitcheltree



Austin Duckett



Sharon (Rogers) Rotundo

Austin Duckett

(business) has been

named director of student engagement at

Widener University in Chester, Pa.



Kelly (Norton)

Knight ’98

Casey Barnes ’99