Class Notes/In Memoriam

October 15th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class Notes/In Memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: amanda.schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’60s **Dr. Lance A. Talmage (Eng ’60) is a professor and assistant dean of student affairs at The University of Toledo Medical Center. Talmage is also the vice commander of Post 335 of the American Legion. **Diana H. “Dee” Talmage (MEd ’65) is the newly elected […] Read more »

Class Notes/In Memoriam

September 10th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class Notes/In Memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: amanda.schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes **Dr. John K. Estell (Eng ’84) received the 2019 Distinguished Service Award from the First-Year Programs Division of the American Society for Engineering Education. The award is given annually in recognition of meritorious contributions to the division and its objectives over the past several years. Estell […] Read more »

Class Notes/In Memoriam

August 14th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class Notes/In Memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: amanda.schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’70s Fred Stull (MA ’74) retired after a more than 20-year career in human resources and is living in Seattle. ’80s Dr. Kelli R. Brown (Univ Coll ’82, MEd ’84) was named the 12th chancellor of Western Carolina University in Chapel Hill, N.C. She most recently […] Read more »

Class Notes/In Memoriam

June 21st, 2019 | Comments Off on Class Notes/In Memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: amanda.schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’60s **Joel Levitan (Pharm ’69) was installed as vice president in the Ohio Pharmacists Association (OPA). Levitan has practiced community pharmacy in the city of Toledo for 48 years. For 30 years, he served in leadership roles with the Toledo Academy of Pharmacy. He previously served […] Read more »

Class notes/In memoriam

May 17th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class notes/In memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: amanda.schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’50s *Lowell L. Cummins (Eng ’52) spent 39 years working at Goodyear and traveled to 10 countries all over the world, totaling 27 trips with the company’s international organization. Lowell was considered for a listing in the Guiness Book of World Records for golf. He carded […] Read more »

Class notes/In memoriam

April 19th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class notes/In memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: Amanda.Schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’80s Jerry Michalkiewicz (Bus ’83) was promoted from senior accountant to manager in the accounting firm UHY LLP, located in Sterling Heights, Mich. UHY is a licensed CPA firm providing advisory services to its clients. **Laurie L. Adams (Eng ’86) was selected as the 2019 Engineer […] Read more »

Class notes/In memoriam

March 15th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class notes/In memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: Amanda.Schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’70s Hon. Steve Hawley (Ed ’72) was named deputy minority leader for the 2019 legislative session. He is an Assemblyman for New York and represents the 139th Assembly District. ’80s Christa Luttmann (Ed ’84) recently accepted a position in the office of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine […] Read more »

Class notes/In memoriam

February 15th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class notes/In memoriam | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

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Class Notes

January 18th, 2019 | Comments Off on Class Notes | Posted in Class notes/In memoriam

Please submit your class note to: Amanda.Schwartz@utoledo.edu Class Notes ’60s Dr. James A. Young (MA ’66) had an article published in the 2018 edition of the Pennsylvania Labor History Society Journal, “And They Rose…Again and Again.” The article concerned labor-management strife in late 19th century America. Young also published “Looking to History for Labor’s Future,” […] Read more »

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