Class Note Corner

Alumni & Giving

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Marriages, new jobs, new children, new grandchildren — find out what fellow alums have been up to since the last Class Note Corner.

1970s

Barbara Ramey James ’78 of Cincinnati retired in June from Cincinnati Public Schools. During her 33 years of teaching, she earned both state and national awards in education. She keeps busy playing piano for her church while doing some part time teaching with children and adults. She is also trying her hand at writing children's literature and is working on her second CD of music for young children entitled R.E.A.D. (Really Educational and Downright Fun).

Grace Szubski '79 of Brecksville, Ohio, joined three attorneys in the opening of a new law practice in Cleveland, Ohio effective March 1, 2014. Garson Johnson LLC will focus on representing injured Ohio workers, personal injury claims and business litigation.

1980s

Tara Eugenia Irby ’86 of Cincinnati received her Master’s degree in Art of Adult Education and Training from the University of Phoenix in February of 2014.
Denise Dicke Stauffer ’88 of New Bremen, Ohio was recently appointed to the position of Principal/CEO at Lehman Catholic School.

2000s

Cara Mengerink Hoellrich ’02 of Sidney, Ohio and her husband, Garth Hoellrich, welcomed twins, Caylee Michelle and Grayson Mitchell, October 22, 2013. Son, Caden Michael, just turned 4. Grace will complete the 6th grade, Cadalynn will graduate from Sidney High School and Grady will graduate from Hocking College.

Jennifer Lenkner Noblitt ’05 of Fort Collins, Color., and her husband would like to announce the birth of their second child, a son named Daniel Owen Noblitt. He was born October 27, 2013. He joins an older brother named Joshua Evan.

William Beach ’10 of Springfield, Ohio is now the New England Region Manager for Alliance Sport Marketing, living in Boston, Mass.

 

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