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Jim represented Muhlenberg at the inauguration of Susan Traverso as the new president of Thiel College on May 5, 2017.
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Thomas Gorman and Tim McElhinney played defense on the football team together, were brothers in Phi Kappa Tau and suitemates their senior year in MacGregor Village. Thomas is currently the principal at Ridgewood High School. Ridgewood’s long-time athletics rival is Bergen Catholic High School, located just down the road, and the principal at Bergen Catholic is Tim! Here’s to another year of showdowns for these two Mules!
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Thomas Gorman and Tim McElhinney played defense on the football team together, were brothers in Phi Kappa Tau and suitemates their senior year in MacGregor Village. Thomas is currently the principal at Ridgewood High School. Ridgewood’s long-time athletics rival is Bergen Catholic High School, located just down the road, and the principal at Bergen Catholic is Tim! Here’s to another year of showdowns for these two Mules!
Howard Gendelman received the 2017 Jewish Federation of Omaha Humanitarian of the Year Award. He also recently received a Lifetime Achievement award for his professional accomplishments.
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Aileen Fuchs was named the new president and CEO of Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden. http://tinyurl.com/aileenfuchs
Dr. Louis Crivelli was recently elected Chairman of the Board of the Maryland Chiropractic Association. He served as President of the association from 2013 - 2015 and was voted Chiropractor of the Year for 2016. Dr. Crivelli also serves as the Maryland delegate for the American Chiropractic Association and the Secretary of the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters. He has been practicing in Maryland since 2002.
Mary Jane Potts Karger '67 + Connie Curry Hughes '67 at Case Western Reserve's SASS's Centennial Awards Ceremony
Mary Jane Potts Karger '67 + Connie Curry Hughes '67 at Case Western Reserve's SASS's Centennial Awards Ceremony
In October, 2016, honored by graduate school, Case Western Reserve's Scool of Applied Social Sciences, with a Professional Achievement Award for 19 years of volunteer work with GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.) Berg alumnae, Connie Curry Hughes '67 joined at the event.
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Nelson's documentary "I Lived" will premiere at the 2017 TriBeCa Film Fest! To see a trailer of Jonathan's documentary, check out his Facebook page: http://tinyurl.com/ilivedbrooklyn .
Tim Letso ’09, Adam Roth ’09, Matt Fash ’09, Steve Tabb ’09, Andrew Martin ’09
Tim Letso ’09, Adam Roth ’09, Matt Fash ’09, Steve Tabb ’09, Andrew Martin ’09
Alumni at the marriage of Adam Roth '09 and Melissa Crowe.
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Featured in a December New York Times article photo along with CNN anchor, Jake Tapper.
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Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law) today announced that 11 attorneys have recently received an AV® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. The Martindale-Hubbell AV ® Rating is a peer review rating system designed to reflect an attorney’s ethical standards and professional ability. It surveys attorney colleagues across multiple geographic locations and jurisdictions. Attorneys are rated using five key areas including Legal Knowledge, Analytical Capabilities, Judgment, Communication Ability and Legal Experience.
The friends and family pictured are Carol’s sister, Barbara; Coach Linda Andrews and her husband, Jim; and Jeff’s tennis playing friend John Royack and his wife, Cathy.
The friends and family pictured are Carol’s sister, Barbara; Coach Linda Andrews and her husband, Jim; and Jeff’s tennis playing friend John Royack and his wife, Cathy.
On December 22, 2016, Carol Crown ’70 and Jeff Schmitt ’69 were married by The Reverend Callista Isabelle in the Berg Chapel.
The friends and family pictured are Carol’s sister, Barbara; Coach Linda Andrews and her husband, Jim; and Jeff’s tennis playing friend John Royack and his wife, Cathy.
The friends and family pictured are Carol’s sister, Barbara; Coach Linda Andrews and her husband, Jim; and Jeff’s tennis playing friend John Royack and his wife, Cathy.
On December 22, 2016, Carol Crown ’70 and Jeff Schmitt ’69 were married by The Reverend Callista Isabelle in the Berg Chapel.
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Marcus and wife Stephanie '01, have two children, Sophia, 8, and Louis, 6.
Brayden Cole (left) and Christian Anthony (right)
Brayden Cole (left) and Christian Anthony (right)
Ashley (Kendig) Leonardi '10 and Jonathan Leonardi are beyond blessed to announce the arrival of their wombmates, Brayden Cole and Christian Anthony. The fraternal twin boys were born on April 4th, 2017 at Morristown Medical Center in New Jersey. Older brother Brayden arrived at 2:45pm and weighed 5 pounds 2 ounces. Younger brother Christian arrived just one minute later at 2:46 pm and weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces.
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On Sunday, October 2, 2016 Megan O'Leary (Class of 2011) married James F. Clarkin IV (George Washington University '10) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The two met while attending graduate school for City and Regional Planning and thoroughly enjoyed their reception, which was held in an adaptive reuse along the Delaware River Waterfront.
Book cover photo: abandoned Philadelphia, Newtown and New York Railroad. (PA)
Book cover photo: abandoned Philadelphia, Newtown and New York Railroad. (PA)
My first novel, Elizabeth's Story, was published in March. Truth suspended between fact and fiction, coincidence and contradiction and hidden places. On Amazon and Kindle. I hope you enjoy the tale.
After many years of interest, mystery, and research, a book was published regarding Francis Thompson and written by Richard Patterson. Thompson is known as one of the greatest Catholic poets of the modern age. This book makes the claim that Thompson was also the nation's most notorious serial killer. Joseph Rupp is a forensic pathologist who was the first to post the theory that Thompson could be Jack the Ripper. Rupp was not recognized for his early work with these cases, but after Patterson developed his theory, Rupp wrote the forward of the book and Patterson printed his original article in the appendix.
Gruff! the Musical
Gruff! the Musical
My theatre company is bringing Gruff!, a puppet eco-musical, to NYC this Spring.

The production employs three muhlenberg grads, and this script was originally premiered at Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre.

This is a family friendly reinvention of the Three Billy Goats Gruff that calls audiences to action in the fight against climate change.

We are raising funds to cover production costs, and you can contribute by going to https://www.fundingworks.com/gruff/campaigns/26

Each donor will receive a personalized puppet music video to show our thanks.

Thanks!
Lois Blood is a part time organist at church, and is enjoying being a grandmother to 6 grandchildren. One of them expressed an interest in attending Muhlenberg. Lois is hopeful since she the 3rd generation to attend Muhlenberg.
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