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W W W . E T O W N . E D U


H. James Hulton was elected as an elder of Trinity Presbyterian Church, of Berwyn, Pa.


Bill Doherty completed the Boston Marathon as the 10th finisher and the fourth U.S. participant in his age group and has been ranked by the Veteran Athletes over 40.


Gary R. Johnson has been pro-moted to vice president of loan administration at Community First Fund.


David Ira Kagan, along with co-author John W. Harbach Sr., recently published his third book, which is titled “Sugar Valley Villages.” The collection of captioned photographs and nar-rative history features communi-ties in north-central Pennsylva-nia including Loganton, Carroll, Eastville, Greenburr, Booneville, Logan Mills, Tylersville and Rosecrans.


Dr. Suzanne K. Kelley was reelected to the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Board of Trustees.


Walter Kisthardt, Ph.D. was promoted to professor of social work at Park University.


Leslie Kriebel Houck has been named vice president and retail support officer at Union Community Bank.


Kirk Moore was honored by the Environmental Protection Agency with an Environmental Quality Award for his newspa-per series, titled “Barnegat Bay Under Stress,” published in the Asbury Park Press.


Robbin Eicher, of Wayne, Pa., received Compeer Chester County’s 2011 “Volunteer of the Year” award for his work as a mentor to adults living with psychiatric disorders.


Brian Cassel, Ph.D. was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for 2011-2012 at King’s College London.


Richard Saylor’s book, titled “Soldiers to Governors: Pennsylvania’s Civil War Veter-ans who Became State Lead-ers,” won a 2011 Award of Merit from The American Association for State and Local History.


Casi Clocker Babinchak was named chief operations officer of the Central Market in York, Pa.


Katie Friling Hadzor was awarded the Citadel Heart of Learning Award for demonstrat-ing excellence in the classroom from Downingtown Area School District, located in Chester County, Pa.


Brock McCleary recently was named a Rising Star in American Politics by Campaigns and Elections magazine.


Ryan Unger was named director of policy and programs at the Team Pennsylvania Foundation in Harrisburg, Pa.

Toni Ingerto Wengward graduated from Walden University with a doctorate in education specializing in Teacher Leadership.


Adam Gilson is print design director at Kenyon College in Ohio. He also is a Democratic candidate for an at-large city council position in Mount Vernon, Ohio, in the November 2011 election.

Mark Hostutler recently pub-lished his second book, titled “Heads of State, Pennsylvania’s Greatest High School Basketball Players of the Modern Era.”


Scott Carroll has joined the Corporate Marketing Department of the architecture and engineering firm Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon Inc. (BWSC), in Nashville, Tenn., as a marketing coordinator.

Cherrissa M. Gibson earned a master’s degree in educational leadership from Edinboro (Pa.) University.

Maggie Farber Mitchell has published a children’s book, titled “The Big Stink!,” featuring a stink bug named Hally ( TheBigStink).


William Houder accepted a position as an admissions counselor/recruiter with Univer-sity of South Florida College of Medicine Office of MD Admis-sions and also has begun work on his Ph.D. in higher education administration at the University of South Florida.


Tracy Yenolevich was named coordinator of the Lehigh Valley Land Recycling Initiative at the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corp.


Amanda E. Collinge recently was recognized as the Traveler of the Month for 360 Health Care where she is a traveling occupational therapist.


Kimberly Michele Lamp was awarded a doctor of osteopath-ic medicine degree from Phila-delphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Curtis L. Nolt was awarded a doctor of osteopathic medicine from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.


Jacob Keeler presented “Piloting a Job Shadow Day to Sophomore Students” at the annual PennACE conference in Carlisle, Pa., May 26.

Brandi McCoy was hired by Montgomery Township (Pa.) Police Department as a patrol officer.

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