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Noel Johnston ’70 retired after 37 years teaching public school English and theatre. He now acts and directs for the Stampede troupe in Greeley Colo., and acts for the University of Northern Colorado theatre department. He also serves as an adjunct theatre professor.
Katherine J. Millard ’70 and her partner Paul Churchill recently relocated from St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands to Jacou in Languedoc, France.
Peggy (Goe) Barnes ’70 was promoted to development director at Greater Cleveland Neighborhood Centers Association.
Greg Webb ’70 retired from Guardian Protection Products in November 2013, and is enjoying retirement with his wife Deborah and several grandchildren.
Jane Butler ’71 is director of Project Purr Animal Rescue, Inc. in Mobile, Ala. They rescue cats and kittens in Alabama and then work to find them homes from their Adoption Center. Search Facebook for Project Purr Adoptable Cats and Kittens to learn more about what they do.
Deborah (White) Kramarz ’71 has retired from teaching in Cleveland public schools and remains active through many different organizations in her retirement.
David L. Martin ’71 continues practicing law in Newark, Ohio. After graduating Hiram, he attended law school at Ohio Northern University, despite being blind from age eight (he types notes in braille and takes dictations on a voice recorder). He taught business law at Central Ohio Technical College for several years but spent most of his time focused on domestic cases, misdemeanors and traffic violations. He enjoys golf and visiting his grandchildren, and wants to keep working with clients as long as he can.
Debbie (Andrick) Stout ’71 and her husband David became grandparents in 2012. They also enjoyed their third trip to France together in May 2014.
Nadia Lahutsky ’73 is completing her second year as the chair of the Department of Religion at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.
Norman Paskowsky ’73 has been a team member for Target Store #085 for two years. He also performs supply preaching for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) in his area where he is occasionally the organist. He is also a member of the Minot Chamber Chorale.
Keith Blackmore ’74 continues working part time doing veterinary work for cats in a house call business. He resides in Clinton, N.Y.
Don Brunetti ’74 was enshrined into the sports figures hall of fame at the 47th Curbstone Coaches Hall of Fame Banquet on May 4, 2014.
Rev. Robert Doak ’74 received the degree of Doctor of Ministry (science and theology) at the 217th commencement of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary on May 31, 2013. He serves as senior pastor of the Christian Church in Carrollton, Ohio, and is an adjunct professor of arts and humanities at Stark State College. Rev. Doak is the father of Dr. Megan (Doak) Gerbracht ’00 and Ben Doak ’15.
James Malseed ’74 and wife Mary welcome a new granddaughter, born to daughter Sarah. She joins older brother Nico at home in Elmira, N.Y.
Leslie (Wolfberg) Jacobs ’75 is a happy grandmother of two little girls: Ivy born 2013 and Cassidy born 2014.
Scott Lax ’76 has a new novel, “Vengeance Follows” released nationally on Feb. 3, 2014. Find out more at www.scottlax.com.
Johnnie Lynetter Hilliard ’76 recently published a book, “Lessons by Ripley.”
David W. Ewing ’79 has been named vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty at Bethany College in Bethany, W.Va. He holds a doctorate in physical chemistry from Ohio University, and prior to this appointment, served as the Dean of College of Arts and Sciences at Canisus College in New York, Dean of the College of Natural and Social Sciences at State University of New York, Fredonia, and held academic appointments in chemistry at John Carroll University and Ohio State University.
Cynthia (Hoeh) Stancioff ’79 has lived in Maine for more than 30 years, the past 27 in Chesterville, where she raised two daughters, now 20 and 24, with her husband Paul who is a professor of physics. Cynthia works as a substitute teacher, hunts wild mushrooms and does other fun things.
William Horne ’79 says that he is thoroughly enjoying being a grandfather to two granddaughters.