January Classnote Corner

Alumni & Giving

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Charlotte (Strange) Scarcelli ’65 retired in December 2009 from Purdue University. Since then she’s been volunteering at University Place, a retirement community co-sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters and Purdue. She also volunteers at Franciscan Sisters Hospice program, and says she receives so much more from her patients than she gives. In 2011, she published a children’s book titled “The Secret of the Old House”, which features all five of my children and their spouses and all seven of my grandchildren in a story about the Underground Railroad. http://mksvdatabase.com/OB_WD/367915/author.html Charlotte says “so much of what I learned at the Mount comes into play in all that I do these days.”

Mary Ann Voelker Deak ’68 former senior class president, called to notify the Alumni Office that the class of 1968 will be celebrating their reunion during the fall as they have in previous years. Please watch for more information from your class committee with details and plans.

Mary Anne McIlvoy Zaya ’68 writes she will be in Normandy, France, for the 69th anniversary of D-day to visit the author of the book written about her father and his medics in June. The book is titled “Doc McIlvoy and His Parachuting Medics.” http://www.505rct.org/medics.asp

Christopher Wilke ’95 is married with 3-year-old twins, Dominic and Victoria. He is now Dr. Christopher Wilke, DMA. http://www.christopherwilke.com/

Meredith Smith ’04 is a stained glass artist working at Wooden Nickel Antiques in Cincinnati. She designs, builds and restores stained glass. 

Catie Geraci '07 works as an admission counselor at the Mount and is involved in the Lions for Life Club. Catie is helping the group make arrangements to attend the 2013 March for Life which will be held in Washington, D.C., on January 25, 2013. Members of the Lions for Life Club (current students) and other members of the Mount campus community will be walking to send a pro-life message to the nation. If you are interested in joining the walk or making a contribution contact Lauren Quayle at lauren_quayle@mail.msj.edu

Ian Spence ’09 was promoted to officer at Fifth Third Bank. An affidavit analyst, he joined the bank in 2011. 

Jeremy Adam ’09 accepted a position as website application support and strategist at Clubessential. Clubessential, owned by Will & Mary Ivers '68, provides web-based software to enable interactive communications within the private club industry. They are the market leader in this industry with clients including Trump Golf, TPC, WCI, and hundreds of the world's most prestigious golf, yacht and country clubs. http://www.clubessential.com/