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Million-dollar BequestEstablishes ScholarshipWestminster College was the recipient of a million-dollar bequest from the estateof Betty Naugle Parisen ’45, a devoted alumna whose commitment to WestminsterCollege spanned 50 years. Parisen passed away in January 2007.The bequest, designated by the Board of Trustees, will be used to establish a fundin Betty’s memory to provide scholarship assistance to students with demonstratedfinancial need and academic merit and for the Patterson Hall Renovation Project.Parisen earned an undergraduate degree in business administration from Westminsterand a master’s in education from the University of Pittsburgh. She worked as aneducation therapist at the V.A. Hospital in Butler, as a claims representative for theSocial Security Administration in Pittsburgh, and as a teacher at Robert Morris BusinessCollege before her employment as a teacher at Carrick High School. She retired in 1986.“Westminster is grateful to Mrs. Parisen for her generosity and the opportunities hergift will provide for future generations of students,” said Vice President for InstitutionalAdvancement Gloria Cagigas.Visiting ProfessorDr. David Cushman, professorand chair of Department ofEconomics and Business, wasappointed visiting professor atthe Business School of OxfordBrookes University in the UnitedKingdom.During the three-year term,Cushman will periodically visitOxford Brookes to presentpapers and collaborate with faculty and students onresearch. He will maintain his schedule of teaching andadministrative duties at Westminster.Cushman’s first visit after the appointment was topresent the paper “Purchasing Power Parity in the Post-Bretton Woods Pre-Euro OECD: Was There Any? Was ItUniversal?”He is collaborating on several research projects withProfessor Glauco De Vita of Oxford Brookes. One ofthese projects, concerning the effects of fixed vs. flexibleexchange rate regimes on international investment, alsoinvolves Professor Andrew Abbott of the University ofHull (U.K.).Cushman, the Captain William McKee Chair of Economicsand Business, has been with Westminster since 2005.Henderson AwardDr. David Twining, professor ofhistory, earned the 2010-2011Henderson Lectureship Awardand offered his presentation– “The Lost Generation of the1960s: Moving from Memory toHistory” – in October.Returning alumniDr. Edward Cohen, center, welcomes political science alumni Russell Mills’05, Meg (Skiba) Ullengren ’99, Zachary Warrender ’05, and Gwen Kennedy’04 back to campus in October. Each spoke to students about earning his orher master’s degree and what career path each has taken. Mills is currently aPh.D. student in political science at Kent State University; Ullengren is a senioranalyst and Warrender is a program manager and analyst, both at the Centerfor National Policy in Washington, D.C.; and Kennedy is a recycling specialistfor the Loudon County Department of Construction and Waste Managementin Virginia.The Henderson Lecture wasfounded by Dr. Joseph R.Henderson and his wife, Elizabeth, to encourageand recognize original and continuing research andscholarship among Westminster College faculty, and toafford the opportunity for faculty to share their learningwith the academic community.Twining’s lecture was based on research conductedduring a fall 2007 sabbatical and explored “some ofthe key changes that occurred in liberal arts campusesin Ohio that shaped a new generation of studentsdedicated to the rapid reformation of American society.”Each year, Westminster faculty members nominatecandidates to receive the lectureship, which includes astipend to support a specific research project. A facultycommittee chooses the winner.Twining joined the Westminster faculty in 1990.Westminster College Magazine 5

ALUMNI ProfileAlumna Gives Kidsthe ‘Royal’ TreatmentBy Elizabeth Fontaine Hildebrand ’92One Sunday morning at church a few years back, Beth Meyer Pears ’90 listened as adirector of a national organization spoke to her congregation about a camp for abusedchildren. Perhaps a sign from above, but as she heard the children’s stories and theneed for loving and nurturing role models, she knew she needed to be involved withthe Royal Family Kids Camp (RFKC).Pears co-founded the Lawrence County branch of the RFKC in 2005,which gives abused, abandoned, and neglected kids a week off fromtheir everyday lives and instead gives them a healing safe haven in aChristian camp setting. She’s never doubted her decision and hasn’tlooked back since.In a world where there are 3.6 million children abused each year in theUnited States, Pears finds it her duty—her calling, if you will—to helpthose she can reach. Each summer, kids between the ages of 7 to 11 arereferred through social services to attend the camp. Last summer RFKChosted 54 kids and she expects a similar number this year.The camp, Pears said, is a great opportunity to give these children hopefor a happy future and to give them a chance to live in a healthy andhealing environment—if only for a little while.For one week, the children are treated “like royalty.” They get a stableenvironment where there are beautiful lodges, good food, and outdoorfun—zip line, ropes course, wall climbing, swimming, and canoeing—and they even have birthday celebrations for all the campers and eachchild receives a special gift.“We are there to be role models and positive influences for thesechildren,” Pears said of herself and the 150 other counselors andvolunteer support staff members who are involved with RFKC.With roughly 170 children actively in foster care in Lawrence County,Pears recognizes the sad truth that there are many youth in her ownback yard with troubling stories.“There are so many different scenarios, but when you meet the kids, youremember that they’re just kids,” she said. Kids, she added, who reallyjust need to be loved.Often Pears will find that although she and her counselors are busyworking with and teaching the kids, they will find themselves oftenlearning in the process.Pears recalled the story of a young girl who suffered from selectivemutism. A closed-in child with difficulty communicating, the week at campwas challenging. But by mid-week, during a canoeing trip, she blurtedout “keep going, keep going, keep going.” And by week’s end, she activelyparticipated in the all-camp talent show.“Amazingly, she got up and sang a song, aloud, with a few of the othergirls at camp,” Pears said. “We were all blown away. In one week, we feltaffirmed. She was comfortable enough to open up, even if just for oneweek.”“In my mind, that—‘keep going, keep going’—keeps me going,’” Pears said.“And it’s the difference we make in the lives of others and how much of animpact we can make.”And Pears believes she and RFKC are making a difference. She seeschanges develop even after just one week at camp. Many children returneach year Pears hopes the memories from the experience will help guidethem through their teen years—and perhaps they will return as potentialcounselors after they turn 18.And if she ever questions the impact of RFKC, she remembers what onesmall boy told his counselor:“So many kids don’t like me and I feel like the smallest pebble. But youmake me feel like the biggest rock.”Pears and her husband, Drew, also serve as national trainers for other RoyalFamily Kids Camp sites. When Pears isn’t involved with the camp, she teachesliterature to 11 th and 12 th graders at Shenango High School in New Castle.6 www.westminster.edu

Kicking it with SepulvedaPittsburgh Steelers’ punter Daniel Sepulveda signs senior NicoleZappa’s #9 jersey. Sponsored by the Fellowship of ChristianAthletes, Sepulveda was the featured chapel speaker on Jan. 27.Sepulveda ended the 2010-11 season in December when he torehis right ACL. His injury kept him from playing in Super Bowl XLV.Sepulveda spoke about his faith, signed autographs and jerseys,and posed for pictures with students and community members.Phi Tau Earns Service AwardWestminster College's chapter of Phi Kappa Tau was recognized at thenational fraternity's convention in Denver with awards for communityservice, philanthropy, and recruitment.The Community Service Award was earned by contributing morethan 20 hours per man during the 2009-2010 academic year. Thebrothers volunteered as tutors, Sunday school teachers, and supportedcommunity service events sponsored by other organizations on campus.The Westminster chapter received the Order of the Star Award, givento the top Phi Tau chapters in the nation based on criteria that includesphilanthropy money raised, community service hours donated,recruitment efforts, and alumni relations.To qualify for the Philanthropy Award, the local chapter donated $1,500to the Hole in the Wall camps, the fraternity's national philanthropyfounded by the late actor Paul Newman, and an additional $1,500 tolocal charities, including the City Rescue Mission and Big Brothers/BigSisters.The Westminster chapter also earned the Recruitment Pacesetter Awardfor having one of the largest recruitment classes.Senior English major Mike Disotell, president of the Westminsterchapter, was elected to serve as one of the six inaugural members of thefraternity's Undergraduate Advisory Board.Founded in 1906, Phi Kappa Tau is a national collegiate fraternitythat fosters the core ideals of learning, leading, and serving within itsmembership.SAVE THE DATEHomecoming & Reunion 2011October 14, 15 & 1610 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 2000, 2001 & 200225 th ReunionClass of 198630 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 1980, 1981 & 198245 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 1965, 1966& 196750 th ReunionClass of 196155 th ReunionClass of 195660 th ReunionClass of 1951Westminster College Magazine 7

STUDENT ProfileB.M.O.C.Big Man of CompassionMatt Monahan is a typical college senior. He’s constantly onthe go, wrapped up in several organizations and activities, withcollege graduation on the horizon. He barely has a chance tocheck his e-mail, so if you need to reach him, you just might haveto physically hunt him down. He’s a busy guy with places to goand people to see.But, when he does slow down enough to sit and talk, his BigMan on Campus persona fades, especially when he starts talkingabout his work with Camp Laughalot, an Arc Human Servicessummer day camp in southwestern Pennsylvania for specialneeds children.“The kids are incredible,” said Monahan, a communication studiesmajor who has worked at the summer camp for the past threesummers. “It’s so rewarding to know that you are really makingan impact in someone’s life.”His face lights up when he talks about the kids and his role as acamp counselor. At the seven-week day camp, the children rotateto a different counselor each week. Monahan had roughly fivechildren at a time and kept them busy with structured activitiesand supervised recreation.“I love it. Working with these kids is so rewarding,” he said. “Theytreat you how people should be treated all the time.”On paper, you wouldn’t expect this softer side of him: he’s theformer social and rush chair for his fraternity, Alpha Sigma Phi. Hewas crowned Homecoming King last year. He just wrapped uphis term as secretary of the Student Government Association. It’ssafe to say that he’s a fun-loving guy.“Matt is a true jester,” said Carey Anne Meyer LaSor ’86,assistant to the college chaplain and coordinator of the YoungPresbyterian Scholars Program. “He comes across as a party guy,but his heart is huge for these kids.”And if you look a little deeper, you’ll see the compassionate sideof him. He’s been involved in Relay for Life, Habitat for Humanity,Fresh Start, and is a chapel speaker. In high school, he servedas a student mentor, and to earn an Eagle Scout badge, hecoordinated a toy drive for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.Serving others is clearly a part of his makeup.“It’s great knowing that you made someone smile,” Monahansaid. “And it feels good knowing you made a difference.”Matt will graduate this spring with a degree in communicationstudies. He is the son of Mark and Sharon Monahan of Pittsburgh.~ Elizabeth Fontaine Hildebrand ’928 www.westminster.edu

Three Alumni Return as Distinguished LecturersThree Westminster College alumni—Shirley Bigley LaMotte ’76, Alice Hill Brown’83, and Linda Wright Simpson ’81—werehonored as Distinguished Alumni lecturersduring Homecoming 2010.Shirley Bigley LaMotte, chief executiveofficer of Baltimore Literacy Corporation(Baltimore Reads, Inc.), was hosted byWestminster’s Department of Religion,History, Philosophy and Classics. BigleyLaMotte visited several classes within thedepartment and held informal discussionswith students.In addition to her work with the literacyorganization, Bigley LaMotte also servesas a member of the Baltimore mayor’scabinet, the mayor’s sub-cabinet on humandevelopment, the Baltimore WorkforceInvestment Board, and is a governor’sappointee to the Adult EducationTransition Council.She holds a juris doctorate from theUniversity of Maryland School of Law.Alice Hill Brown, a biologist at the FBILaboratory in Quantico, Va., lectured on“DNA, the FBI and Life.” Her visit was hostedby Westminster’s Department of Chemistry.Brown joined the FBI Laboratory inWashington, D.C., in 1984 as a biologicallaboratory technician. She has coauthoredseveral papers for presentationand publication and received numerousperformance and achievement awards.Dean Jesse Mann, left, and President Richard Dorman, right, gather with Distinguished LecturersShirley Bigley LaMotte, second from left, Alice Hill Brown, center, and Linda Wright Simpson.Linda Wright Simpson, a U.S. bankruptcyadministrator for the western district ofNorth Carolina, discussed “Math Geek orLawyer—the Coolness Factor” during hervisit, which was hosted by Westminster’sDepartment of Mathematics and ComputerScience.Simpson primary practice area for 25years is in bankruptcy litigation andadministration.She has been active in legal educationprograms; committees providing adviceto the Judicial Conference of the UnitedStates; has provided testimony to theNational Bankruptcy Review Commission;and was a member of a delegation thatprovided assistance to the BankruptcyCourts of Thailand.Simpson is also serving her second term onWestminster’s Board of Trustees.She earned her juris doctorate from theUniversity of North Carolina School of Law.She has served as an elder at WestminsterPresbyterian Church in Charlotte, N.C., andreceived an honorary life membershipto the Presbyterian Women of thePresbyterian Church, U.S.A.New trusteesTwo Westminster alumni—Robin Willoughby Gooch ‘75 and Glenn Thompson ’68—wererecently appointed to the Westminster College Board of Trustees.Gooch and her husband, David Gooch ’75, are co-owners for V.A.M. Associates Inc., of ChagrinFalls, Ohio, a steel and metals wholesale distribution firm that the couple founded in 1991.She served as president of Alumni Council at Westminster and she is also involved in area civicorganizations including the Girl Scouts, Chagrin Soccer Association, and the St. Jude Run forthe Cure.Thompson recently retired as chief operating officer of Plextronics Inc. of Pittsburgh, ahigh technology firm specializing in organic solar cell and light emitting diode technology.Previously, he had retired from PPG, where he served as vice president of its South AmericanCoatings Operations and as director of business development.He holds a master’s degree in polymer science from Carnegie Mellon University. He residesin Meridian.Westminster College Magazine 9

Lives of ServiceAn Admirable Man12 www.westminster.eduIf you ask Fred “Fritz”Evanoff ’50 about himself,he’ll likely tell you thatmuch of his life’s successis owed to his olderbrother, Peter.A humble man, theyounger Evanoff will tellWorld War II stories—mostly about his brother,a Westminster footballcaptain and 1942 graduatewho was killed whenhis plane was shot down over Formosa in 1944. He’lltell you about his days at Westminster—playing footballand mingling with young co-eds in Browne Hall—noneof which, he says, would have been possible without hisbrother’s urging to attend Westminster.“He should have been the one up there,” Evanoffsaid of his brother after receiving the Westminster’sDistinguished Alumni Award at Homecoming.But Evanoff’s own tale of service to his country, hiscommunity, and his alma mater is a testimony to a life ofduty, obligation, and giving.Evanoff joined the U.S. Navy in the footsteps of Peter andhis other brother, Harry, who also was killed in actionwhen his ship was hit by a torpedo near the GilbertIslands. The deaths of his brothers led the Navy toreassign the younger Evanoff to a non-combat vessel twodays before Japan surrendered.When he returned from duty, Evanoff enrolled atWestminster College. Life on campus was a change forEvanoff after the rigors of the war – “I hadn’t sat in aclassroom since 1942.” But it did not take long for him toadjust to college life as a student, a Sigma Nu fraternitybrother, and an athlete. Like his brother before him,Evanoff joined the Titan football squad. Peter, accordingto Evanoff, had been “much more of an athlete,” but theyounger brother proved to be standout on the field.After graduating in 1950, Evanoff had a long andsuccessful career as an agent for Connecticut General LifeInsurance Company. He earned a lifetime membershipLives of Servicein the industry’s Million Dollar Round Table, a premierassociation for financial professionals who are recognizedfor their professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct, andoutstanding client service.He’s also distinguished himself in his hometown througha literally groundbreaking effort. Twenty years ago roadconstruction left a bit of an eyesore in his neighborhood.Wanting to improve the view, he worked with townshipofficials to obtain grant funding to plant 20 Linden trees tohelp beautify the area. Since then he has been a memberof Lawrence Park’s Shade Tree Commission and, at nearly87, is still a familiar face around Erie, pruning trees andmaintaining gardens.The foundation of Evanoff’s professional success andcommunity spirit was built in New Wilmington. “I willalways feel indebted to Westminster,” he said. “The fouryears I spent at Westminster College were the best years ofmy life.”Westminster is still as much a part of his life today as it wasdecades ago. Westminster was the college choice for hissons, Harry Evanoff ’78 and Mike Evanoff ’82. He continuesto travel far and wide to cheer on the Titans and is a strongsupporter of the Towering Titan Organization. In the 60years since graduating, he also has yet to miss a classreunion.Evanoff is a staunch believer in the concept of “giving back.”He has given of his time, talent, and treasure to Westminsterover the years. He served as past president and memberof Alumni Council, sat on reunion committees, and hasprovided leadership for alumni activities.But perhaps his proudest contribution to the Collegewas Evanoff’s decision to honor his brother with theestablishment of the Peter Evanoff Memorial Scholarship,which provides funds each year to a Westminster studentfrom Erie County.The scholarship allows others to share Evanoff’s enduringdevotion to his role model, while his own admirable life andcommitment to making a difference place him firmly in hisbrother’s inspiring company.~ Elizabeth Fontaine Hildebrand ’92

tThe 2010 Homecoming King and Queen,Will Armentrout ’12 and Lexie Elliott ’12, center,with last year’s royal couple, MatthewMonahan ’11 and Katelynn Gray ’11.tMembers of the 1970 NAIA NationalChampionship football team.Homecoming2010Kappa Delta sisters from 1950 reunite inFerguson lounge. Seated from left are RuthSpangler, and Lois DeWalt Alworth. Backrow from left, Janet Cuthbert Sesler, PeggyAdams Shirey, Kathy Couch Waters, MarjoriePowell Brown, and Jimmy McBeth Gilbert.tt Ben Brenner ’60 signs the Golden TowerSociety book on behalf of the Class of 1960.Westminster College Magazine 13

You Can GetTherefromHereEmmy Award-winning Alumnus Denny Wolfe ’97By JUSTIN ZACKALIt’s an autumn Saturday at theworldwide headquarters of theWorldwide Leader in Sports.That would be in Bristol, Conn.,where the cable televisionsports network ESPN calls home.Producers are busy preparingfor tomorrow’s “Sunday NFLCountdown,” the Emmy Awardwinningshow that previewsAmerica’s most-watched gamesplayed by some of the nation’smost recognizable athletes.What could possibly distract them?One producer can’t seem to stop checking his laptop as hechecks live stats from a Westminster College football game.Fast-forward to the next Westminster Homecoming weekendand Denny Wolfe ’97 can’t help but rewind. He talks abouthow he went from calling play-by-play of Westminsterfootball games as a student broadcaster to working as afeature producer for ESPN. And, based on his lingeringinterest in the production room, he’s still very much a fan ofWestminster sports.“When you’ve been here you are a part of that communityfor life,” said Wolfe, during a recent return to campus. “Irealized through the years and meeting other alumni thatwe all share that same common thread.”Wolfe, who majored in broadcast communications wason campus during Homecoming weekend to receive theOutstanding Young Alumni Award.Wolfe is a three-time National Sports Emmy Award winner,two with “SportsCenter” and one with “Sunday NFLCountdown,” while he also earned 10 Emmy nominations forhis work with “College GameDay,” “Outside the Lines,” and“NHL2Night.”What it took to obtain such an exciting and successful careerin the sports broadcasting industry, according to Wolfe,is the stuff you hear all the time: involvement, hard work,dedication, experience, and, you know, getting a hand-medownreference from a guy named Beano and mailing a jockstrap to Connecticut.That, Wolfe can explain.ESPN came to Westminster in 1996 to do a feature on formerfootball coach Harold Burry, who was being inducted in theCollege Football Hall of Fame. Reporting for ESPN was noneother than Beano Cook, a national sports personality whohails from Pittsburgh.14 www.westminster.edu

One current Titan playerwho Cook interviewedwas Chris Snyder ’97, aclassmate and dorm roomneighbor of Wolfe’s whowould go on to workfor NBC and the MTVnetworks.“Beano loved Chris somuch that he told Chris,‘I tell you what,’ ” Wolfebegan by pointing a indexfinger and garbling his voice to imitate Cook, “‘send me 10of your resumes and I’ll send them wherever you want in theU.S.’”One of those places was ESPN for a production assistantposition, but it wasn’t what Snyder was looking for and heinstead gave the application to Wolfe.During that time Wolfe was very active in Westminster studentbroadcasting. He announced Titan football games on theradio and hosted “Coach’s Corner,” a Westminster Cable 9 (nowthe Westminster Cable Network) television show that he coproduced.After graduation, Wolfe was looking for work but he hungon to the letter that Snyder gave him. He returned to hishometown of Leechburg, Pa., and began writing sports for theValley New Dispatch newspaper in nearby Tarentum.Wolfe later applied for the ESPN job so he sent his resume,a cover letter and, of course, a jock strap to apply for theproduction assistant job.“It was a brand new one,” Wolfe said. “It wasn’t used oranything. I told them I was serious about ‘supporting’ ESPNand they should call Denny Wolfe. Back then, those were thekind of things you had to do.”Wolfe credits Westminster graduate Brian Dinley ’94 for hisinspiration. Dinley used to send cans of Spam with his resume,hoping the strange prop would give him name-recognition topotential employers who would have to sift through stacks ofresumes.“Whether it was because of the jock strap or not remains tobe seen,” Wolfe admitted. “Hopefully it caught their attention. Iended up getting my interview in October ’97.”Wolfe’s hiring at ESPN wasn’t because of a gimmick.“The thing that put me over the top was my writingbackground and I had a little bit of TV experience here at thecollege,” Wolfe said. “They took a chance on a kid from a smalltown in Western PA from an even smaller college and the restis history.”When Wolfe connects withWestminster students hepreaches involvement withactivities and resources offeredby the College and also the lostart of writing.“Writing is something peopleneed to focus on more and morebecause that’s something we’vegot away from,” Wolfe said. “If youare a producer and you can write,you are more valuable.”Wolfe cites words of wisdom from another Westminstergraduate working in sports, Dallas Cowboys Director of PublicRelations Rich Dalrymple ’82.“He was taught that if you can write and speak effectively youcan do any job in the world,” Wolfe said. “Rich hit the nail onthe head and here’s a guy who’s doing it. This is the guy whois at the very top of his business, based on that principle he’san example on what you can achieve from Westminster whenyou take advantage of opportunities.”That’s Wolfe best advice for students: get involved. ManyWestminster students have reached out to Wolfe for careeradvice, including Ben Webber ’00, an ESPN associate producerwho now has even more Emmy Awards than Wolfe, includingan individual award for a short feature.“Ben was one of the first guys to reach out to me,” Wolfe said.“He said ‘I really want to work in this business. Tell me what Ineed to do. Tell me how to get here.’”Wolfe’s involvement at Westminster went beyond his positionas sports director for radio and television. He was presidentof Theta Chi, vice president of the ice hockey club, memberof mortar bard, and public relations chair of the StudentGovernment Association (SGA).“Those things gave me a chance to get experience inleadership roles and the communication department gaveme a chance to work on my technical skills,” Wolfe said. “Onceyou immerse yourself in being a part of the Westminstercommunity, it’s about not just being a student who goes toclass; that’s sort of a passive participation. I got involved andthe more people I met the richer my experience was here.”Having the Westminster football stats streaming on his laptopwhen he could be planning an NFL show is not somethingthat serves as a distraction as it serves as a reminder for Wolfe.That’s a reminder that Wolfe often tells Westminster students.“It’s a small school and it’s hard to think sometimes that youcan get there from here,” Wolfe added. “It is possible. You cando it. Sometimes you don’t know how and sometimes you justneed that push. That’s what I try to do.”Westminster College Magazine 15

Notes fromWileyHousePortland boundPhi Mu sisters Peggy Kubach Wight, Donna BrownKausch, Sylvia Stumm Marko, Mary Ann IrvineKlussmann, Beth Wallis Hershey, and Marilyn Karns,pictured from left, gathered in Portland, Maine, lastsummer. All are members of the Class of 1964.1968Elmer Meider Jr. recentlytook an early retirementfrom Highlights for ChildrenInc., where he had served aspresident for more than 20years. He was a member of theWestminster College Board ofTrustees for eight years andserved on many corporate andfoundation boards. He hasrelocated from the ColumbusOhio area to Chicago.1969John Mangieri (M), author ofthe book Power Thinking: Howthe Way You Think Can Changethe Way You Lead, has reacheda publishing milestone: Morethan 250,000 purchases ofhis books, authored or coauthored,have been made. Heand his wife, Debbie, live inCharlotte, N.C.1974Daniel Ridge is a cartoonistand freelance artistand illustrator living inNewburyport, Mass.If you’ve ever attended Westminster, then youare a member of the Westminster College AlumniAssociation! The Association is governed by the AlumniCouncil, a group of 30-40 alumni representativesdedicated to supporting Westminster, current students,and fellow alumni. The Council meets on campusthree times a year to assist in planning and hostingstudent and alumni networking events includinghomecoming and reunion activities, make appeals toalumni in support of the Westminster Fund, hear aboutwhat’s new on campus, and facilitate communicationbetween the College, students, and alumni.The Council takes on other responsibilities from timeto time. For example, the Council has been workingthrough a strategic planning process for the pastseveral months. The College went through the processa couple of years ago and is now implementingAdvantage: Westminster—A Strategic Plan 2010-2020.Council is looking at ways to ensure that we areeffectively and strategically supporting the College andour fellow alumni.A recurring topic is developing in our strategicplanning discussions – communication. How canAlumni Council best reach out to you? How can weincrease alumni awareness of Council support? Howcan we encourage you to be an active member of theWestminster Alumni Association and stay involvedwith alma mater? This spring we will be rolling up oursleeves and working to answer these questions. Thisletter is our first step in increasing communicationbetween the Council and all alumni. Be sure to watchfor more updates in future editions of the WestminsterMagazine.If you would like more information about the AlumniCouncil or are interested in serving on the Council,please contact the Alumni Office. Also, all alumniare invited to attend the annual meeting of theWestminster Alumni Association held in conjunctionwith the spring Alumni Council meeting at 10:30 a.m.Saturday, May 7, in McKelvey Campus Center. ContactMary, Cindy, or Linda at the Wiley Alumni House atalumni@westminster.edu or (724) 946-7364.50-year friendshipSigma Kappa sisters Carole Foti Miller, Kay McClure Kish, CathyDalae Markovitz, and Merry Jo Gilmore McGee, pictured fromleft, all pledged the same sorority in the spring of 1961 and havebeen meeting regularly over the years since graduating in 1964.They met recently at Shakespeare’s Restaurant in Ellwood City.Sincerely,Debbie Saterllee Corll ’77PresidentWestminster College Alumni CouncilWestminster College Magazine 17

Do you ownan Oestreich?Dr. James A. Perkins,distinguished professor ofEnglish emeritus, and local artistNelson Oestreich are seekingany Oestreich wood block printsfeaturing birds. The two arecollaborating on a book whichwill feature Perkins’ poetry andOestreich’s prints.Over his long career, Oestreichcreated and sold at least 37different wood block printscontaining a bird or birds,beginning in 1959 with “WinterBirds” and ending in 1982 with“Hummingbird.” Most of theseworks were limited to print runsof 10 to 20. Seventeen of the 37prints have been located, butPerkins and Oestreich are stillseeking prints of the remaining 20.If you have an Oestreich woodblock print containing a bird orbirds, please contact Perkins atjperkins@westminster.edu or bycalling (724) 946-7347. If yourprint is one that is still sought,arrangements will be made tohave a digital copy made forpossible inclusion in the book.Owners of the prints will beacknowledged.1975Sylvia Schneider Mastonearned her M.D. in May 2010from Drexel University Collegeof Medicine and also receiveda departmental award inneurology. She has begun herresidency in psychiatry at theThomas Jefferson UniversityHospital in Philadelphia. Sheand her husband, Bill Maston’74, reside in Merion.1976Barbara Barley Stransky isthe chief financial officer atthe Department of FamilyMedicine at the University ofWisconsin School of Medicine.She and her husband, Joe,reside in Stoughton, Wis.1977Thomas Macdonald is theauthor of Next Stop! Tips andTales from a Train Commuter,which was recently publishedby lulu.com and shares Tom’sexperiences of riding the trainto and from New York Cityfor two years. Tom resides inMilford, Conn.Sharon Paquette contributeda chapter to the bookPerforming New Lives: PrisonTheatre, which was publishedin October. Her chapter, “Fromthe Meanest Creature: Theatreas a Vehicle for Change,”chronicles a portion of thetime she spent running atheatre program at the NewHampshire State Prison forMen. Paquette resides inConcord, N.H.70 th ReunionClass of 1940Joe Hopkins andRuss DahlburgGettysburg gatheringFour Theta Chi brothers and their wives spent aweekend touring Gettysburg and reminiscing aboutWestminster days. From left are Peter Herchenroether’76 and his wife, Susan Suomi Herchenroether ’77;Hank Buechli ’77 and his wife, Ann Bauer Buechli ’76;Jim ’76 and Beverly Cosentino; and Bert Molnar ’76and his wife, Sissy Como Molnar ’77.1978Scott McLuckey was thefeatured speaker for thethird annual Ken and NancyLong Chemistry Lectureat Westminster Collegeon Nov. 2. McLuckey’spresentation was “Learningto Look ‘Both Ways’: ALiberal Arts Scientist’sMusings on CompetingViewpoints in Scienceand Science Policy.” Scottis the John A. Leightydistinguished professorof chemistry at PurdueUniversity.Kristin Hayes VanSlykeearned a Tonawanda Womenof Distinction Award inSeptember for her workwith Operation Paperback,a program which suppliesused books to soldiersoverseas. Kristin, who hasserved with the NorthTonawanda Friends of theLibrary, made selectionsfrom books donated for thelibrary’s book sale. She hasbeen sending roughly 60books a month since 2008.Kristin and her husband, BillVanSlyke, reside in NorthTonawanda.18 www.westminster.edu

Free fallingJennifer Smith Galbraith ’96 and her husband, Chad, recentlycompleted their 1,000 th skydive. The jump was made at theKeystone Skydiving Center in Collegeville, where Jennifer hasbeen a dive instructor for the past four years. She also worksfull-time as an optometrist in the Harrisburg area.RegionalConneCtionsSeptember 11Williamsport, PASixty alumni and guests and parents of Titanfootball players enjoyed a tailgate barbecue atLycoming College before the Westminster Titansvs. Lycoming Warriors football game. Host for thetailgate was College Trustee Bob Buehner ’75 andhis wife, Alice. Also in attendance were Westminsterpresident, Dr. Rick Dorman and his wife, Beverly.Attendees enjoyed a beautiful fall afternoontogether. Thank you, Bob and Alice, for hostingthis fun event!Clarion catch-upAlumna hosts Roberta Laird ’76 and Erin Anderson Schuetz’96 greeted Clarion-area alumni at The Inne at Five Pointe Bed &Breakfast in Sligo on Sept. 19 for a fall afternoon of Westminsterfellowship. From left are Lois Gittings Ford ‘50, Lori Quinn Bouch‘84, Roberta Laird ‘76, Erin Anderson Schuetz ‘96, Mary CooleyJames ‘84, and Dixie Walker Humphrey ‘54.1979Rob Sheehan hasauthored a new book,Mission Impact:Breakthrough Strategiesfor Nonprofits. Rob is theacademic director for theexecutive MBA programat the Robert H. SmithSchool of Business at theUniversity of Maryland.He is also principal ofSheehan NonprofitConsulting.1980Alan Boynton has beenelected as the first presidentof the New Birth of FreedomBoy Scout Council. Alan isan attorney with McNeesWallace & Nurick LLC. Heresides in Mechanicsburg.September 25WexfordThe Westminster College Women’s Club held its fallmeeting at Atria’s Restaurant. Camille Hawthorne,Associate Dean of Student Affairs, gave anexcellent presentation to the group on studentorganizations and activities at the College. The nextmeeting of the group will be Saturday, December4, at the Sheraton Station Square. For additionalinformation, please contact Diane MeriamVance ’62 at (724) 327-6064 or e-mail:advance327@comcast.net.March 12-16Westminster on the Road with Students. Stopsin Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, andWashington, D.C. See future issue for photos.__________________________________________Regional Connections is compiled by Cindy Dafler’03, assistant director of alumni relations. For moreinformation about an upcoming regional event or tohost an event in your area, please contact Cindy at(724) 946-7373 or daflercs@westminster.edu.Westminster College Magazine 19

The ‘70s revisitedPhiladelphia-area classmates from 1974 and 1975 gottogether to catch up and rekindle friendships at the homeof Karen Sloan Bausman ’75, who said “The years droppedaway and we shared stories that immediately bridged anypassage of time. It was the ’70s again.” Pictured are, first step,John Still ’74; second step, Linda Stilwell Teets ’74 and CarlTeets ’73; seated, Bob Bausman; fourth step from left, DuaneWeaver, Debbie Joho Weaver ’75, Sylvia Schneider Maston’75, Betsey Cella Bergen ’74; and fifth step from left, hostessKaren Bausman, Bill Maston ’74, and Sandy James ’74.Support your alma mater. Visitwww.westminster.edu/givingDavid Nobs was tapped tooversee business developmentand sports marketing effortsfor The Lavidge Company, aPhoenix advertising firm.1988Greg Pollock was recentlypromoted to the position ofdirector of business affairsand transportation with theAurora (Ohio) City Schools.He previously had servednine years as the school’selementary principal.1990Nate Frederick has beennamed vice president ofspecial assets for TennesseeCommerce Bank.1994Todd Hervey recentlywas awarded WestminsterCollege’s 2010 Outstandingand Dedicated AV MediaSupport Services Award.Hervey is a special projectsdirector and editor for FuelCreative Inc. He and his wife,Pam, reside in Glen Allen,Va., with their two children.1998Rebecca Zeitler Farrell isa vice president at DeVriesPublic Relations in NewYork, N.Y., where sheleads the Vicks NorthAmerica account for Procter& Gamble. She and herhusband, Christian, reside inHoboken, N.J.1999Jennifer PassarelliDeVanna earned a master ofpublic health degree fromthe University of AlaskaAnchorage in June 2010. Herhusband, Justin DeVanna’98, was selected for the U.S.Army Long Term HealthEducation and TrainingProgram and is currentlya resident in the internalmedicine program at NorthCarolina State UniversitySchool of VeterinaryMedicine. They reside inDurham, N.C.60 th Reunion Class of 1950First row from left: Ramon Smith, Coral McWilliamsMcMunn, Judith Wilkinson Rodriguez, Gloria LorentzPavuk, Helen Papazickos Alex. Second row from left:Janet Cuthbert Sesler, Frank Davidson, Florrie JohnsonJanson, Marylou Black Torrey, June Graham Bennett.Third row from left: Kathryn Couch Waters, DorothyMcBeth Gilbert, Lois DeWalt Alworth, Ruth Spangler,Jack Jones. Fourth row from left: Lewis Shirey,Margaret Adams Shirey, Marjorie Powell Brown, DonClark, Joan Henry Clark, Al McCullough. Standingfrom left: Charmaine Kerr Neumeister, Fred Evanoff,Ray Ocock, Jerome Simon, Lois Gittings Ford, NickieHolub Wilbanks, John McWilliams, John Regule, BradyMitchell, Bill Gilkey, Gaylord Lutz, W. Robert Jackson,Frank Ruth, William R. Samuels, Jack JonesAlex Hines ’0a reporter win Clarksburg20 www.westminster.edu

2000Lora Adams-King (M ’07) hasbeen serving as principal ofFarrell High School since 2008.2001Nathan Carlin has co-authoredthe book Living in Limbo: Lifein the Midst of Uncertainty,which was recently publishedby Cascade Books. Nathanis an assistant professor inthe McGovern Center forHumanities and Ethics at TheUniversity of Texas HealthScience Center at Houston.2003Melissa Batulis Fullerton,a reporter for WFMZ-TV inAllentown, earned a Mid-Atlantic Regional News EmmyAward in September. She wonin the “Feature News Report”category for reports profilinglocal inventors.2006Stephen Franklin recentlygraduated from PittsburghTheological Seminary and isserving as pastor of MeridianUnited Presbyterian Church inButler.Jordan Hinds was recentlyselected to participate inTeam Marathon Bar, anathlete sponsorship program.Recruited from hundreds ofathletes nationwide, Hindswas chosen to participate inendurance races, communityservice events and otherpublic activities while wearingMarathon branded apparel.Hinds has competed in ninemarathons including races inNew York City, Boston, andChicago. He completed theMarine Corps Marathon inWashington, D.C., in October.2008Joshua Anderson is touringwith the Ringling Brothersand Barnum & Bailey Circusas an electrician working withlighting and pyrotechnics.2009Stefan Hadricky is the senioraccount manager for SBInternet Marketing Inc.ATTENTION: Class of 2009Haven’t filled out the Graduate Survey yet?Are you waiting for that perfectjob before responding? Are youtoo busy with life in the realworld? Think we don’t care orthat your information doesn’tmatter? Concerned that we willstart asking you for money?Each year Westminster Collegecollects invaluable informationpertaining to internships,continuing education, thejob search, and employmentstatus from recent graduatesto measure the success of aWestminster education. A higherresponse rate results in a moreAlex Hines ’09 is currentlya reporter with WBOY inClarksburg, W. Va.accurate report. This year we are seeking a 100% responserate from members of the Class of 2009. Are you up to thechallenge?Why should every 2009 graduate complete the WestminsterGraduate Survey? Completing the survey is a great way togive back to the College by providing a resource for currentstudents and alumni to use in making educational and careerdecisions. The Westminster Graduate Survey is a powerful toolthat prospective students can utilize to assist in their collegedecisionmaking process. Above all, it is great to have thestatistics to back up what we already know: that our graduatesrank among the best in the nation!If you are a 2009 graduate and haven’t completed the survey,please go to www.westminster.edu/resources/career/graduate_survey.cfm and complete it now. In order for yourinformation to be included in the 2009 Graduate Survey, weneed your response no later than April 15. Your response willremain anonymous if requested.9 is currentlyith WBOY, W. Va.55 th Reunion Classes of 1955First row from left: Margaret Edmonds McConnell, Jean Stultz,Marlene Hock Sherwin, Jody Groves Smith. Second row from left:Elizabeth Merrill Stephenson, Eleanor Wickerham Johnson, LillianWalker Masters, Lida Rothey Brown. Third row from left: EuniceHeid Thomas, Norman Shepherd, Royal Kemper, Samuel Shane,Ann Gardner Kohler. Fourth row from left: Robert Rankin, WendellWagner, Loyd Crawley, Richard Black, Judson McConnellWestminster College Magazine 21

WeddinGSWeddinG Album2001tApril McCarthy and NateMarutz, Sept. 25, 2010, at St.Patrick Church in Canonsburg.Jennifer Body Wittmannserved as matron of honor.Several other Westminsteralumni were in attendance.The couple honeymooned inMaui. April is a closedcaptioner for VITAC inCanonsburg. The coupleresides in Muse.2002tKadie Strosko and JackGault IV, Sept. 4, 2010, onParadise Beach, Melbourne,Fla. Kadie is an assistant teamleader for Community HumanServices. The couple lives inMoon Township.2005tJaime Carter and StevenDray, April 30, 2010, at theGood Shepherd Church of theSouth Hills in Upper SaintClair. Alumnae bridesmaidswere Leslie UnderwoodDallas, Elizabeth Bacheson’06, Ashley Seidelson Mills’06, and Laura Zorch ’06.Alumni in attendance wereChristy Atkins Pickell ’04,Beth Grubbs, Mary HuebertLang, Jollene Weister Pratte,Lori Howard McCall ’06, MattMcCall, Megan JohnsonJones, Amanda Stano, MeganSigler Monaghan, MellisaSchroder Dorosh, AmySchroder Winner ’06, andAndy Winner ’04. Jaime is thedirector of development/publicrelations for the LighthouseFoundation. The coupleresides in Crafton.tJulia Fair and Jason Karns,March 27, 2010, in Pittsburgh.Westminster alumni in thewedding party werebridesmaids Nichole DannerBabka and Ashley YoungMorris ’06. Best man wasBryan Lee. Julia is a highschool German teacher in theSouth Butler County SchoolDistrict. The couple resides inPittsburgh.April McCarthy ’01 andNate MarutzJamie Carter ’05 andSteven DrayKadie Strosko ’02 andJack Gault IVJulia Fair ’05 andJason KarnsKristy Humphries ’05 and Brent Combs50 th Reunion Class of 1960First row from left: Jane Houtz Alter, Harriette Illar Apel,Bea Koenig Moore, Janet Wilson Wintermantel, JaneBrooks Kocher, Mary Lou Williamson Roof, CharlesBrewster, Joanne Bretsnyder Polacok. Second row fromleft: Bob Alter, Tom Maroukis, Antonio Racho, Nancy HiedBittel, Barbara Lockwood Thorne, Flo Colwell Hare, JudyJones Kuechler, Sue Sheriff Neubauer. Third row fromleft: Norma Alexander Garrett, Angelo Robertucci, DonMitchell, Don Gill, Thelma Blystone Bertonaschi, MargaretHawthorne Brown, Sanny Mahood Fast, John Walker.Standing from left: William Armour, Nancy Mason Armour,Bill Rankin, Don Christensen, Ken Carr, Don McCaig, BenBrenner, Joe Fusco, Dave Edwards, Sam Moore, WilliamMcConnell, J. Bruce Ipe, Ben Fast, John Nelson, JohnColver, Barry Smith, John McCall, Lois Brawdy Miller22 www.westminster.edu

Tatiana Pickett ’05 andDavid JacobstKristy Humphries andBrent Combs, May 8, 2010, atthe Marriott Grande DunesResort and Spa in MyrtleBeach, S.C. Kristy is thedaughter of Dan ’76 and AnneTreleaven Humphries ’76.Karey Humphries ’11 servedas maid of honor for hersister. Alumni in attendancewere Dave ’76 and CindyOstrowski Dobish ’76, BobUtz ’76, Josh Paine, andChristopher Morgenstern.tTatiana Pickett and DavidJacobs, Sept. 19, 2009, inLigonier. Jenna ShawDiLoreto ’06 was abridesmaid. Diana CarsonRhoads ’06, Mark Rhoads,Christen DelGros Jones, andChris Castillo ’06 attended.Tatiana teaches English as aSecond Language forManassas Park City Schools.The couple resides inCentreville, Va.You’re invited!What: Westminster College AlumniAssociation Annual MeetingWhen: Saturday, May 7Time: 10:30 a.m.Where: McKelvey Campus CenterAll alumni are invited to attend the annualmeeting of the Westminster AlumniAssociation held in conjunction with thespring Alumni Council meeting at 10:30 a.m.Saturday, May 7, in McKelvey Campus Center.Contact Mary, Cindy, or Linda at the WileyAlumni House at alumni@westminster.eduor (724) 946-7364.Sarah Ubry ’05 andVittorio DeBaccotSarah Ubry and VittorioDeBacco, Sept. 5, 2009, atCenter Presbyterian Churchin Slippery Rock. Sarah is ahuman resources specialistfor the U.S. Office ofPersonnel Management inBoyers. The couple resides inBoyers.Jennifer Wahl and MattKilmer, Oct. 8, 2010. ElizabethGrepp ’04 served as abridesmaid. The couple residesin Edinburg.2006Jessica Greene and GlennGault, Oct. 9, 2010, in Hubbard,Ohio. Jessica graduated fromAkron Law School in 2010 andis now employed at Gault LegalGroup. The couple resides inHubbard.35 th Cluster Reunion Classes of 1974 • 1975 • 1976First row from left: Bill Foster, Debbie Swatsworth Foster, DorisBarron Stanley, Leah Morrow Serwon, Laura Ceraolo Kubyako, MaryLou Pendlyshok Bytof, Elizabeth Morse, Patti Moon Massey, SherriGraham Dimon, Beth Brown Merry, Barb Freund Roser. Second rowfrom left: Bill Murphy, Jim Giel, Don Stanley, Mark Presnar, AlexStupakis, Karen Campman Emmett, Amy Sutcamp Schuster, SusanSullivan Nielson, Jan Twaddle, Ann Bauer Buechli, Roberta Laird.Third row from left: Peter Herchenroether, Richard Mills, Alan Dines,Fred Kriess, Rob Farr, Drew Nagle, Debbie Klink Hazi, Patricia StoltzClawson, Diane Morrell Beck. Fourth row from left: Robin StephensonAltman, Gary Altman, Don Tylinski, David Selchan, Joanne BellMacDonald, unidentified classmate, Barry Spaeth,Tracey HitchenStagaard, Nancy Kable Van Schaack, Kay Kloss Balderose, GeorgeBarr, Kevin Palladino. Fifth row from left: Paul Lasky, Bob Buehner,Mike Cotter, Mike Kovach. Sixth row from left: James Harris,unidentified classmate, Jon Seltenheim, Leslie McGill Goldstein,Dan Mumaw, Robin Willoughby Gooch, Dave GoochWestminster College Magazine 23

WeddinG AlbumSave the DateHomecoming &Reunion 2011October 14, 15 & 1610 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 2000, 2001 & 2002Amy Carroll ’08 andStephen ZolnierMolly Kudelko ’08 andBrian Campbell ’06Diana Peet ’09 andCory Mathias ’0925 th ReunionClass of 19862007Rebecca Logar and MichaelMackin ’05, Sept. 4, 2010, inOur Lady of Mount CarmelChurch in Niles, Ohio. PatrickO’Connor ’05, MatthewFaccenda ’05, John Matune’05, and Erin Hinks ’06 weremembers of the wedding party.The couple honeymooned inAruba and is currently living inPittsburgh.2008tAmy Carroll and StephenZolnier, Aug. 1, 2009, at St.Joseph’s Parish in Sharon.Amy is a kindergarten teacherat the Msgr. Geno MontiSchool in Farrell. The coupleresides in Sharon.tMolly Kudelko and BrianCampbell ’06, April 17, 2010, atNotre Dame Church inHermitage. The reception washeld at the Hickory VFW,Hermitage. Michael Kudelko’11 was a groomsman, whileJessie Postell ’07 and LeslieDanos ’09 were bridesmaids.Aaron Bruck ’06, ChristineLine, Kevin Facciani, LeahHerskovitz, Michael Spicuzza’07, Carley Mihlo, DerekFerrier ’07, Vanessa Kriley,Kevin Oshnock, Kate Altman’12 and Chris Zinkham ’06attended. Molly is a labtechnician at Sharon SanitaryAuthority and Brian is a clinicalmanager at George JuniorRepublic. The couple resides inSharpsville.2009tDiana Peet and CoryMathias, June 26, 2010, atthe First PresbyterianChurch in Pittsford, N.Y.Erin Thompson ’10 andJennifer Pallone werebridesmaids, and RyanKirk, Gary Hanssen ’10,and Erik Chesney ’10 weregroomsmen. Many alumniwere also in attendance.Diana is a substitute teacherin the Greenbrier CountySchool District and Cory isa student at West VirginiaSchool of OsteopathicMedicine. The coupleresides in Lewisburg, W. Va.30 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 1980, 1981 & 198245 th Cluster ReunionClasses of 1965, 1966 & 196750 th ReunionClass of 196155 th ReunionClass of 195660 th ReunionClass of 195125 th Reunion Class of 1985First row from left: Liz Allen Margulis, Beth Eck, JudyBrooks Edder, Cheryl Arnold, Rebecca Stephenson, GaylaClosson Hopkins, Kimberly Ford, Cheryl Gibson Headland,Deborah Platt Majoras, Jan Jez McNutt, Terri Clark Perkins.Second row from left: Anne Murray Conn, Amy BakerKindell, Geoffrey Dalglish, Michael Busak, Tom Grove,Anne Jackson Marshaus, Marcia English Pratt, Ellen SmithAllston, Jamie Vischer Reid, Kristen Sampson Snyder. Thirdrow from left: Marjorie Fechtmann Slonaker, Carrie JonesLazo, Tom Martwinski, Ted Wayman, Joel Rodgers, BobOstrowski, Ken Romig, Dave Farner. Fourth row from left:Douglas Williams, Jonathan Clark, Mark Longietti, WilliamFerence, Michael Turkali24 www.westminster.edu

neW AdditioNsTiTAn tots1987Karen Brown adopteda daughter, 11-year-oldAmanda, in April 2010.1991tJennifer Morlock-Barberand her husband, Mike: ason, Adam Wilbur, on Sept.10, 2010. The family residesin Helena, Ala.1993tLori Merchant Kushnerand her husband, Aaron: adaughter, Vanessa Paige, onJuly 26, 2010. She joins abrother, Domenick. Lori is asoftware engineer at PNCBank in Pittsburgh. Thefamily resides in Bridgeville.1996tGwendolyn MyronBrunner and her husband,James: a daughter, Madelyn,on Oct. 26, 2009. She joins abrother, Dillon. Gwendolyn isa medical physicist. Thefamily resides in Pittsburgh.Jennifer Smith Galbraithand her husband, Chad: a16-year-old son, Tyson, wasadopted on Dec. 29, 2009.1997tValentine Brkich and hiswife, Cassie: a son, IsaacJohn, on Jan. 12, 2010. Thefamily resides in Beaver.1998tJessica BuckeyeNatemeier and her husband,Mark Natemeier: a son,Jack Charles, on March 9,2010. He joins siblingsMaddy, Luke, and Ellie athome in Erie.2001tSeth Rice and his wife,Kristen: a daughter, JillianGrace, on Nov. 25, 2010.Seth serves as regulatorylegal counsel to TheLubrizol Corporation, aFortune 500 internationalspecialty chemical company.The family resides in theCleveland area.Adam Wilbur BarberVanessa Paige KushnerIsaac John BrkichJack Charles NatemeierMadelyn BrunnerJillian Grace Rice15 th Cluster Reunion Classes of 1994 • 1995 • 1996First row from left: Nichole Catarcio Columbus, Jennifer Sauro DiLucia,Dina Crimone, Renee Hall Regna, Amy Phillips Bornais, JenniferSombronsky Tuck. Second row from left: Avery Piper Craig, Dani BallaGumto, Amy Wild Wilson, Susan Revak Morse, unidentified classmate,Karey Kustron Gabrielli, Meghan Boyle Coulehan, Kathy WeisensteinCummins, Jennifer Schwab Paterra. Third row from left: KristenAlbee Dunbar, Jennifer Solanik Gates, Kristina Mitchell Little, DaynaBokenkamp, Yura Han Yang, Erin Anderson Schuetz, Kim Hoffman Brant,Anne Kummer Sterba, Kurt Baker, Kara Sheets Albrecht. Fourth row fromleft: Mike Marsh, Brian Silvis, Kate Tipton Silvis, unidentified classmate,Sheri Ganssle Sousa, LeeAnne Tomanio Wikert, Betsy Mehling, MelissaTravis Dunham, unidentified classmate, T.J. Greggs. Fifth row fromleft: Matthew Hillebrand, unidentified classmate, Amy Dietrich Bonnar,Jessica Ireland Lapinski, Gwen Myron Brunner, unidentified classmate,unidentified classmate, Nadine MacLeod Valco, Julie Bramer Cantrell,Nikki Sparrow, Elizabeth Richardson Trupp. Sixth row from left: JillHounsell, Tom Uveges, Stanton Fleming, Tony Carrabba, Don DaRe,Melissa Blake Ensign, Chad Brant, Rich Sterba, Justin HarrisonWestminster College Magazine 25

TiTAn totsZachary Everett Peak Riley John Myers Dominic Gerard Farabaugh Cameron James LitzingerAven Marie Pournaras Connor James Mackrell Addison Elise Wynkoop Brooke Renee Mathieu2002tKristen Greenwood Peakand her husband, Larry: a son,Zachary Everett, on Sept. 29,2010. He joins a sister, Hannah.Kristen is director of targetedcase management at NHSHuman Services of BucksCounty. The family resides inHorsham.tMichelle Knestrick Myersand her husband, James: a son,Riley John, on Aug. 7, 2009.The family resides inWinchester, Va.tErin Lyon Farabaugh andher husband, Philip: a son,Dominic Gerard, on July 24,2010. Grandparents includeWilliam Lyon ’71and EugeniaFrengel Lyon ’71. Erin is anattorney with Sain Law, LLC inWexford.2003tJennifer Hooks Litzingerand her husband, Jim: a son,Cameron James, on May 11,2010. He joins a brother,Garrett, at home in Chippewa.tJeanna Kovacs Pournarasand her husband, MatthewPournaras: a daughter, AvenMarie, on July 27, 2010. Shejoins a sister, Kinsley, at homein Cranberry Township.tBryan Mackrell and hiswife, Christina: a son, ConnorJames, on May 14, 2010. Thefamily lives in CranberryTownship.tZachary Wynkoop and hiswife, Jacqueline: a daughter,Addison Elise, on Sept. 2, 2010.Addison joins a big brother,Brady. The family resides inBellefonte.2004tMegan Chovan Mathieuand her husband, RyanMathieu ’01: a daughter,Brooke Renee, on March 6,2010. Ryan is a businessanalyst for UPMC health planin Pittsburgh and Megan is afifth grade teacher for the PennHills School District. Thefamily resides in Pittsburgh.Need Westminster gear? Visitwww.westminster.edu/bookstore26 www.westminster.edu

Jack Robert DeWeeseBraydon John SteinFind WCon the WebWith Westminster alumni living across theworld and the Internetconnecting them,it is easier thanever to stay intouch, networkwith fellowalumni, and get thelatest Westminsternews. Westminstercan be found onthe following social networkingsites, so log on and stay connected!Zane Michael DallasChristopher Pagleywww.westminster.edu/facebooktHillary GustafsonDeWeese and her husband,Kevin: a son, Jack Robert, onApril 28, 2010. Hillary is theassistant director of TheGoddard School in Westerville,Ohio. The family resides inNew Albany, Ohio.2005tBetsy Schoessler Stein andher husband, Bob: a son,Braydon John, on May 31,2010. The family lives inAllison Park.tLeslie Underwood Dallasand her husband, Mike: a son,Zane Michael, on Jan. 6, 2010.The family lives in Troy, Mo.2006tAshley Steines and herfiancé, Chris Pagley: a son,Christopher Pagley, on Feb.22, 2010. The family resides inNew Castle.www.westminster.edu/linkedinwww.twitter.com/westminsterpawww.myspace.com/westminsterpaA callfor volunteers!The Alumni Office is looking to add regionalalumni volunteers to committees for the following cities:Pittsburgh areas, Lawrence and Mercer counties, Cleveland, andAkron-Canton area in Ohio. Please contact Cindy Dafler ’03 at(724) 946-7373 or daflercs@westminster.edu for moreinformation and if you are interested in serving.www.vimeo.com/westminsterWestminster College Magazine 27

in memoryWord has reached us of thepassing of the following alumniand friends of WestminsterCollege.To submit information for the InMemory section, please providea complete obituary notice (ifavailable) to the Office of AlumniRelations. Please be sure to includethe names and class years of anysurviving Westminster alumnirelatives.1932Harry Madducks ofBlairsville, formerly ofHermitage, Nov. 21, 2010. After30 years of service, he retiredin 1971 from WestinghouseElectric Corp. in Sharon as anindustrial engineer. DuringWorld War II he served withthe Second Army for four yearsand retired from the ArmyReserves after 28 years withthe rank of Major. Survivorsinclude a daughter; threegrandchildren; and five greatgrandchildren.1933J. Gordon Nevin Jr. ofMonongahela, formerly ofElizabeth and Scottdale, July15, 2010. He worked in theeducation field for 39 years,retiring in 1974. He was ateacher and administrator inthe Elizabeth-Forward SchoolDistrict, supervising principalof East Huntingdon SchoolDistrict, and superintendent ofSouthmoreland School District.Survivors include two sons; asister; six grandchildren; ninegreat-grandchildren; and agreat-great-grandchild.1936Edith Carson Zahniser of NewWilmington, July 12, 2010. Sheworked as a music teacher inWest Middlesex, the AmericanRed Cross in Pittsburgh, andlater retired from the AdoptionServices of Allegheny CountyOrphans Court. Survivorsinclude five nieces, includingChristine Carson Filipovich’72 and her husband, DennisFilipovich ’65; one nephew,William Carson ’68; and onegreat-niece.1937Mary Jane Stevenson ofLewisburg, Aug. 12, 2010.She had served as the dean ofwomen at Bucknell Universityfor 24 years. Previously shehad been dean of women atWestminster College andAlbright College, where shealso was associate professorof English. She was assistantdean of women at Penn State.From 1971 to 1976 she wasthe assistant to the dean ofstudents at Bucknell and thenational executive secretaryof Alpha Lambda Delta, thefreshman scholastic honorarysociety. She retired as AlphaLambda Delta’s executivedirector in 1981. Her partnerof more than 60 years, Peg,passed away just two monthslater. Survivors include a nieceand several cousins.1940Wallace Jamison ofJacksonville, Ill., Oct. 9,2010. Professor of historyand dean emeritus of IllinoisCollege, he retired in 1985.He previously served asa professor of history atWestminster College and asacademic dean, professorof church history, andpresident of New BrunswickTheological Seminary. Hewas also a World War IIveteran, having served in theMediterranean theater as aNavy chaplain in North Africa,and during the invasions ofSicily and Italy. Survivorsinclude two daughters; twosons; six grandchildren;a great-granddaughter; astepgrandson; and a step-greatgrandson.Capt. William Ruefle, U.S.N.,of Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 30,2010. While he was a studentat Westminster, he was captainelectof the football teamwhen, in 1940, he left beforehis senior year to enter flighttraining at Pensacola NavalAir Station. Commissioned in1941, he remained in the Navyfor the next 32 years. He wasa combat pilot in the Pacificduring World War II. In 1944he was assigned to the U.S.Army Air Force and supportedthe invasion of the MarianaIslands. In 1945 he participatedin the raids against Japan andthe surrender of the forces inJapan. He also served duringthe Korean War and later heldnumerous assignments in theareas of strategic planningand nuclear targeting. Hislast duty assignment was ascommander, U.S. Naval Forces,Azores. He retired in 1972. Heis survived by three childrenand four grandchildren.Martha Verner Brown ofNorth Huntingdon, Nov. 28,2010. She had been a highschool math and Germanteacher in the McKeesportArea School District.1941Inez Hawthorne Lance ofNatrona Heights, May 17,2010. She had been a HeadStart teacher in the HighlandArea Allegheny IntermediateUnit for 20 years, retiringin 1986. Survivors include adaughter and a son.1942James F. Edwards ofGreenacres, Fla., July 27,2010. Survivors include twodaughters and a son.1944Arthur Kelley of Morgantown,W. Va., June 1, 2010. He was afamily practice physician at theMileground Medical Center inMorgantown from 1955 untilhis retirement in 1989. He wasa U.S. Navy veteran, havingserved as an officer aboard theU.S.S. Alabama in World WarII. Survivors include his wife of64 years, Lois; a daughter; andthree sons.Thomas McIntire ofSewickley, formerly ofMonroeville, Jan. 23, 2010.An engineer, he was anemployee of WestinghouseElectric Corp. for 39 years. Hewas awarded a Purple Heartduring his service in the U.S.Army. Survivors include hiswife of 58 years, Mildred; twodaughters; two sons, includingTimothy McIntire ’83; 11grandchildren; and nieces andnephews.1945Lois Kost Forquer of Rockville,Md., July 29, 2010. Survivorsinclude her husband, Ralph;two daughters; a son; twogranddaughters; a brother; andseveral nieces and nephews.1947Rebecca Matz Thomas ofPittsburgh, July 27, 2010.Survivors include a daughter;two sons; six grandchildren;eight great-grandchildren; andmany nieces and nephews.1949Gilbert Cox Jr. of New Castle,June 7, 2010. Survivors includehis wife, June; a son; a sister;four grandchildren; and threegreat-grandchildren.1950Wilbur Dumbaugh of Renfrew,July 22, 2010, following alengthy battle against cancer.He operated the familybusiness, Dumbaugh ElectricInc., until his retirement.Music, however, was hisfirst love. A baritone, he28 www.westminster.edu

ecame a sought-after soloist,performing with numeroussymphony orchestras, choirs,and churches. He was activewith musical theatre, as well,and was the first presidentof the Musical Theatre Guildof Butler. He later auditionedfor the Civic Light Opera(CLO) and for two seasonsappeared in CLO’s productionsof Fiorello, Seven Brides forSeven Brothers, and Mame.Survivors include his wife of 60years, Margaret “Peg” MorrisDumbaugh ’49; a daughter; asister; two granddaughters;and five nieces and nephews.Edith Glaser Miller ofCoraopolis, Oct. 14, 2010. Shehad been an elementary schoolteacher in the PittsburghPublic School System andthe Moon Township SchoolDistrict. Survivors include herhusband, John; a daughter,Claire Miller ’89; a son, DavidMiller ’89; and a sister, LoisGlaser ’54.Col. Robert McChesney ofCelebration, Fla., Oct. 16,2010. McChesney served 32years in the U.S. Air Force.He was awarded the Legion ofMerit twice, the Bronze Star,and the Air Medal four times.Survivors include his wife of 59years, Jan; four children; andseven grandchildren.1952Peter Andersen Jr., Estero,Fla., March 13, 2007. Survivorsinclude his wife of 54 years,Betsy Lewis Anderson ’53; twodaughters; four grandsons; anda great-granddaughter.1953Robert Dugan of Lexington,Mass., Oct. 23, 2010. Bobwas a tax attorney, employedby the U.S. Treasury for 29years, ending those as theDistrict Council. He taught atthe Boston University Schoolof Law prior to and followinghis retirement from the U.S.Treasury. Survivors includehis wife, Constance BeamanDugan; three daughters; andtwo grandchildren.Marjory Meyer Scheller ofPonte Vedra Beach, Fla., May22, 2010. Survivors includeher husband of 60 years,Sanford Scheller; a daughter;four sons; 13 grandchildren,including Lauren Scheller ’06;a sister; and a brother.1954Joseph Daniel of Erie,Feb. 8, 2010. Joe retired assales manager of Ericson’sMemorials in Erie. He wasactive with the Church of theCross Presbyterian Churchin Fairview. Survivors includehis wife, Anne; two sons;five stepchildren; and 10grandchildren.1956Ann Shoop Mall of Fremont,Calif., Oct. 19, 2010. Sheattended Westminster Collegefor two years and was amember of Theta Epsilonsorority. Survivors include herhusband, Wayne; a daughter;a son; two stepdaughters;two brothers; and sixgrandchildren.1957Judy Bubb Brader of Atlanta,Ga., Sept. 30, 2009.Albert E. Canon Jr., ofHermitage, Oct. 1, 2010. Hespent his working career inthe fields of advertising andmarketing. He served as editorof The Holcad when he wasa student at Westminster. Heis survived by his wife of 43years, Mary Ellen SnyderCanon ’60.Carolyn Van Gundy Grimesof Canton, Ohio, June 17,2010. She owned a realestate business in Ligonierprior to moving to Canton in1993. Survivors include herhusband, Donald Grimes; twodaughters, including WendyGrimes Kearns ’78; a son; abrother; and six grandchildren.1959Augusta Hinde (M) ofHouston, Jan. 2, 2010. Shewas an elementary classroomteacher in Mercer from1956-1963. She later taughtand was chair of the biologydepartment at William WoodsCollege in Fulton, Mo. Sheretired in 1986. Her husband,Howard, passed away sevendays after Augusta’s death.Survivors include a daughter; agranddaughter; and two greatgranddaughters.1968Harold Martsolf Jr. ofClearwater, Fla., Oct. 5,2010. Harry worked in thehealthcare administration.Survivors include his wife,Marilyn; and a daughter.Kenneth S. Murphy (M) ofJamestown, April 29, 2010.He worked for MaplewoodSchool District in TrumbullCounty, Ohio, for more than30 years. Survivors includehis wife, Kristin; a daughter;a son; a sister; a brother; agranddaughter; a grandson;and several nieces andnephews.1974Charles Livingston of NewWilmington, Aug. 30, 2010. Hewas a retired supervisor forthe Pennsylvania Departmentof Health. He had also beena men’s hair stylist for 50years. An avid photographer,he was co-founder of the NewWilmington Camera Club,and over the years he earnedmore than 500 awards for hisphotography. A World War IIveteran, he served in the U.S.Army Air Corps from 1942to 1946 in the South PacificTheater of Operation in NewGuinea, Biak, and Australia.Survivors include his wife of63 years, Bette; three sons,including C. Dean Livingston’80 and Jay Livingston ’82; andtwin grandsons.1976Dawn Wiltshire Miller ofEssex Junction, Vt., Sept. 18,2010. Survivors include herhusband, Peter; her mother;nine children; a grandchild;and three brothers.1979Margaret Hanek Evenson ofFort Myers, Fla., Sept. 5, 2010.She taught in various Floridaschools over the past 26 years.Survivors include her husband,Scott; a daughter; a son; asister; a brother; and severalnieces and nephews.1982Ann Saul Dudurich ofGreensburg, July 11, 2010,after a battle with lung cancer.Ann was a long-time healthand medicine reporter for theGreensburg Tribune-Review.Survivors include her husband,Michael; a daughter; and twobrothers, including WilsonSaul ’67.1996Christin Hable of Grafton,Mass., Nov. 17, 2010, followinga lengthy illness. She wasan elementary teacher inNew Orleans for many yearsbefore relocating to Grafton.Survivors include her parents;three sisters; and severalnieces and nephews.Westminster College Magazine 29

FRiendSRobert Aiken of New Wilmington passed away Sept. 17, 2010.For many years, Bob had been the equipment manager for theathletic department at Westminster College, earning him thecampus distinction “Honorary Titan.” Most recently he hadbeen the Field House building attendant. Prior to his positionsat Westminster, Bob had been a truck owner and operator for25 years. Survivors include his wife, Betty; three daughters,Maureen Aiken Cory ’92, Aimee Aiken Woofter ’88, and AllysenAiken Byers ’93; a son, Master Sgt. Mark Aiken ’91; four sisters;three brothers; and several grandchildren.Dr. Joseph Henderson, professor ofeducation emeritus, formerly of NewWilmington, passed away Dec. 18,2010. Henderson, who earned hisundergraduate degree from IndianaUniversity of Pennsylvania and hismaster’s degree and doctor of educationdegree from New York University, joinedthe Westminster education faculty in1956. He was chair of the educationdepartment and director of the Graduate Program. He retiredin 1980. He had been a visiting professor at Oxford Universityin England, he participated in several UNESCO world toursstudying comparative education, and he was a delegate to manyInternational Education Congresses. He served as a consultantto the Schutz American School in Alexandria, Egypt for 25 years.Henderson wrote many articles for both educational and religiouspublications and he authored four books on his family’s history.In 1985 he and his wife, Betty, endowed a research program forfaculty at Westminster College named “The Henderson LectureProgram.” Survivors include two daughters, Kathryn HendersonAnderson ’68 and Nancy Henderson Pihlblad ’75; two sons,Paul Henderson ’72 and John Henderson ’73; one sister;two brothers; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.Memorial contributions may be made to the Henderson LectureFund at Westminster College, 319 S. Market St., New Wilmington,PA 16172.James Winner Jr., former WestminsterCollege Trustee and longtime MercerCounty businessman, entrepreneurand philanthropist, was killed in a carcrash Sept. 14, 2010. Winner servedon Westminster’s Board from 1994to 2002. A lifelong entrepreneur,his business interests included TheClub, a vehicle anti-theft device;The Radisson Hotel, Shenango Township; Tara – A Country Inn,Clark; Tiffany’s Banquet Center, Brookfield; and the former WinnerSteel, The Winner, a women’s clothing store, and Buhl MansionGuesthouse and Spa, all in Sharon. He was a generous philanthropistwho founded the Winner Foundation, today a part of the CommunityFoundation of Eastern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. Thefoundation has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to anumber of local endeavors, ranging from college scholarships tocharitable needs of area schools, churches and many other agencies.Winner is survived by his wife, Donna; two daughters; two sons; asister; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.WueRl nAmed CARdinAlDonald Wuerl, the Archbishop ofWashington, the former bishop of theCatholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, and aWestminster College Trustee Emeritus,was selected by Pope Benedict XVI to jointhe College of Cardinals. A consistory toformally elevate the new Cardinals washeld Nov. 20 at the Vatican. A Mass withthe Pope was held the following day.Cardinal Wuerl, 69, will serve as an adviser to the Pope and willbe eligible to vote in a Papal election until his 80th birthday.Cardinal Wuerl became the leader of the Archdiocese ofWashington on June 22, 2006, after 18 years as the Bishop ofPittsburgh. The Pittsburgh native was ordained to the priesthoodon Dec. 17, 1966, and ordained a bishop by Pope John Paul II onJan. 6, 1986 in Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome.WAnT yOuR News Published?E-MAIL us your class notes at:alumni@westminster.eduOr fax us at: (724) 946-7366 or mail us a letter at:Westminster CollegeOffice of Alumni Relations319 S. Market St.New Wilmington, Pa. 16172-0001DEADLINES:Because Westminster Magazine is published only three timesa year, significant lead time is required. Class Notes receivedon or before April 30, 2011, will appear in the next issue.PHOTOS:We are happy to publish photos of alumni and future Titans. Pleasefollow these guidelines when submitting photos for publication.Photographic prints: We accept all sizes of photographs, butprefer them to be at least 4x6 inches in size. Both color and blackand white prints are acceptable.Digital Photos: To submit a digital photo, attach it to an e-mailmessage addressed to alumni@westminster.edu. Please note thatwe require high-resolution files (a minimum of 300 pixels perinch or 300 dpi when sized to about 3 inches wide). Photosthat have a lower resolution are usually not acceptable. Digitalphotos should be saved in JPEG or TIFF format.30 www.westminster.edu

inFORmATiOn uPdAteHave you moved, changed phone numbers, or do you have some news about yourself or your family that you want to share withother Westminster alumni? Fill out the form below and return it to the Wiley Alumni House – Updates, Westminster College,New Wilmington, PA 16172-0001.Name ______________________________________________________________ Class________________ Today’s Date________________________Address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________City ____________________________________________________________________ State __________ Zip__________________– _____________E-mail address ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Social Security Number ________________________________________________________ I.D. Number (see mailing label) _____________________Occupation _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Name of Employer ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________City ____________________________________________________________________ State __________ Zip__________________– _____________Home Telephone ______________________________ Business Telephone___________________________ Cell Phone ________________________Spouse’s Name ________________________________________________________________Spouse’s Westminster Class _______________________Children’s Names and Birth Dates _______________________________________________________________________________________________Here’s my news: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________For Office Use Only______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________❑ This is an address change.❑ This is new information which I have not submitted before.*Please state your zip + 4. Refer to your utility bills for this number.TiTAn SPORTS hAll of fAmeNOMINATION FORMNominee ________________________________________Class Year _________Address __________________________________________________________City ________________________________ State ________ Zip ____________Phone ___________________________________________________________E-mail ___________________________________________________________Nominated by _____________________________Class Year ________Address ___________________________________________________City __________________________ State ______ Zip ___________Phone ____________________________________________________E-mail ____________________________________________________Nominees may include athletes, coaches, or anyone else who has made outstanding contributions to varsity athletics at Westminster.Nominations may be made by Westminster alumni and current and former Titan coaches.Athletes who are nominated must: 1) be a Westminster College graduate; 2) have been out of school a minimum of eight years;3) have earned at least two letters in the same sport; and 4) receive nominations from at least two people. Non-athletes must alsobe nominated by at least two people. All nominations should include supporting documentation.Justification (attach supporting data if necessary):Sport(s) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Letters earned ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Awards, honors, accomplishments, etc. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Deadline for nominations each year is March 1. Nominees not selected remain on the ballot for one additional year.Please send nominations to Director of Athletics, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA 16172-0001.Westminster College Magazine 31

WC memoriesOld 77OldestOldAcademic77Building on Campus (1895)A sharp drop in Westminster College enrollment in 1919—at least partlydue to World War I and the global influenza epidemic of 1918—causeda reordering of building priorities. A new gym, the Board agreed, wasmost likely to attract new students and so a building project for a newcampus gymnasium—later to be known as Old 77—was moved to thetop of the list.By 1920, property south of Old Main on the quadrangle-to-be waspurchased. Funds of $827,000 were raised by the United Presbyteriandenomination to be used by Westminster to build a new gymnasiumas well as other campus buildings. Ground for the gym was brokenCommencement weekend in 1920. On June 7, 1921, the red brickbuilding—measuring 103 x 60 feet—was dedicated. The cost to buildand equip: $150,000.Included in the new gymnasium were a basketball floor with an elevatedtrack on the balcony level, offices, locker rooms, an indoor running track,a dance studio and stage, an exercise room, and a place for a swimmingpool which was added in 1926 at a cost of $15,000.Prior to the 1951-52 season, the gym was the site of all varsity basketballgames. The Titan team won the last 77 games they played there (1945-1951) and it was christened “Old 77.” In 1951, the men’s basketball teamabandoned Old 77 to move to the newly-constructed Memorial FieldHouse. Women’s sports moved into Old 77 under the helm of MarjorieWalker and Carolyn Bessy.Today, Old 77 serves as an intramural and varsity practice gymnasium.In 1976, the pool relocated to the Westminster Natatorium in MemorialField House. In 2003, the Marjorie A. Walker Fitness Center opened inthe lower level of the gym, named in honor of the pioneering women’scoach and administrator who retired from the Col lege in 1993.~ Compiled by Dorothy Pollock ’4632 www.westminster.edu

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