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2010s

Chad Lewis ’17 Bus joined firm Fox Rothschild LLP as an associate in the Real Estate Department. He lives in Philadelphia.
Maxwell R. Dormer ’16 Bus joined Rothman Gordon as an associate attorney in the firm’s Estates, Trusts, & Taxation and Business & Corporate departments. He lives in Pittsburgh.
Ryan Hornack ’14 Bus is the chief marketing officer of Fifth Wheel Freight, a logistics and transportation company. He lives in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Anthony M. Wastella ’13 Com , ’13 Lib, an esports video archivist at Riot Games, was awarded another sports Emmy Award for outstanding esports coverage as the YouTube videotape producer in the League of Legends World final “Damwon vs. Suning.” He lives in Los Angeles. His parents: Anthony ’80 Bus and Darlene Ann Dunay ’79 Sci.
Sarah Kach Bridges ’12 H&HD , is the group sales manager at Conrad Nashville, a Hilton-branded luxury hotel that opened in Spring 2022. She lives in Nashville, Tenn.
Erin Letavic ’11 MEng Hbg was appointed to the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Science & Technical Advisory Committee by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. She is a senior project manager at Herbert, Rowland, & Grubic Inc. She lives in Harrisburg.
Matthew McClelland ’10 Bus joined Rothman Gordon as an associate attorney in the firm’s commercial real estate department. He lives in the Greater Pittsburgh Area.

2000s

Fred Vilsmeier ’08 Lib married Kelly Haggerty on Sept. 10, 2021. He is a financial wholesaler for Lincoln Financial, and Kelly works as civil deputy for the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia. They live in Ardmore, Pa. His father: Frederick ’80 H&HD.
Frank L. Tamulonis ’08 JD Law , ’09 MPA Bus was elected partner at Blank Rome LLP. He focuses his practice on environmental and energy litigation, transactional, and regulatory matters. He lives in Philadelphia.
Kristen Bossenbroek Spalding ’06 Eng , ’08 MS Eng was promoted to technical fellow at The Boeing Company. She and her family live in Seattle.
Lisa Michaux-Smith ’04 Eng was promoted to director of systems engineering at RE2 Robotics, where she has worked for more than 15 years and served as the company’s first female engineer. She lives in Pittsburgh.
Robert S. Zakos ’02 Lib (ΔY, Rugby) and his spouse, Lynn, welcomed their son, John Robert, born on Nov. 18, 2021. They live in Catasauqua, Pa.
Kate Dailey ’02 Lib was named deputy managing editor of features at The Philadelphia Inquirer. Previously, she served as editor for Philadelphia Magazine, managing editor at Vox, and planning editor for BBC News. She lives in Chestnut Hill, Pa.

1990s

Beverly Kuhn ’97 PhD Eng , a division head and Regents Fellow at Texas A&M Transportation Institute, was elected as the 2022 international president of the Institute of Transportation Engineers. She lives in College Station, Texas.
R.J. Hufnagel ’94 Com (Collegian) married Angela Mazur on July 30, 2021. He is the editor of USW@Work magazine, and Angela teaches English at Norwin High School in Irwin, Pa. They live in Pittsburgh.
Jason Rekulak ’93 Lib , an Edgar Award-nominated author and former publisher of Quirk Books, wrote a thriller novel, Hidden Pictures. He lives in Philadelphia.
Todd Garing ’93 Eng , former vice president and group manager at Mueller Associates, was named president of the firm. He lives in Halethorpe, Md.
Alex Lieb ’92 Com is the deputy grand knight and 4th degree member at Knights of Columbus Council #2797 in Bethesda, Md. He is a veteran and a volunteer for the United Soldiers and Sailors of America, holding monthly food drives for elderly and homeless veterans in the D.C. Metro Area and assisting with other initiatives. He lives in Bethesda.
Marci Mongeau Mowery ’87 Edu , the president of the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation, received the Karl Mason Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals and the Mira Lloyd Dock Conservationist of the Year Award from the Pennsylvania Forestry Association. She and her spouse, Joseph Frassetta ’88 Agr, live in Camp Hill, Pa.

1980s

Michael J. Fischer ’86 Lib , the president and CEO of Client 1st Financial LLC of Fogelsville, Pa., and a member of Royal Alliance Associates, announced the 2021 Client 1st Foundation grant award recipients. The recipients included New Bethany Ministries, Lehigh Valley Reads, the Center for Animal Health & Welfare, and other charitable organizations. He lives in Kutztown, Pa.
Arthur T. Thomas ’86 Eng is president of Meck-Tech Inc. Engineers and Land Surveyors, and president of Diversified Construction Inc. He also serves as chairman of the board of directors of the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce and treasurer of the board of directors of the Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way. He and his spouse, Lynette, live in Sunbury, Pa.
Kevin C. Wulfhorst ’86 , a retired major general for the U.S. Army, retired from the U.S. Army Reserve. He served most recently as assistant deputy chief of staff for intelligence, G-2, at the Pentagon, where he worked from 2016 to 2020. Currently, he serves as supervisory intelligence analyst for the FBI. He lives in Eatontown, N.J.
Robert Marino ’85 Eng served as president/chairman of the board at Mueller Associates and currently is principal of the firm. He lives in Halethorpe, Md.
Patti Hughes ’85 Lib published her second book, My Life as Skippy, a humorous take on life through a cat’s eyes, as told by her cat Skippy. She published her other book, Seconds, in 2009. She lives in Douglassville, Pa.
Dave Cowperthwait ’81 Eng was promoted to executive vice president and chief supply chain officer at Rich Products. He lives in Clarence, N.Y.
Rob Longwell-Grice ’81 Edu , the director of recruitment and scholarship services for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s School of Education, edited At the Intersection: Understanding and Supporting First-Generation Students. He lives in Milwaukee.
Barbara Eck Tosi ’80 Lib wrote a novel, SCARY: A Spine-Splintering Slide Into What Lies Inside the Psychotic Mind. She lives in York, Pa.
Mark R. Hafen PhD ’80 Bus (ΤΕΦ) retired as director of the Master of Urban & Regional Planning (MURP) program at the University of South Florida. Upon retirement, he established the MURP Diversity Scholarship. He now lives in Toronto.
Earl D. Biggers ’80 Agr retired after more than 37 years working in the dairy industry. During that time, he operated his own farm, worked in dairy manufacturing, and worked with dairy producers in cooperatives. He and his spouse, Dawn, live in Wauseon, Ohio.

1970s

Gary A. Reinert ’79 Bus retired from Wells Fargo Bank as vice president and retail distribution strategy consultant after more than 41 years with the company and other banking institutions. He currently is serving his 14th year on the Fleetwood Area School District board of directors and his 12th year on the joint operations committee for the Berks Career and Technology Center. He and his spouse, Debra, live in Fleetwood, Pa. Daughter-in-law: Stephanie Reinert ’20 MEdu WC.
Douglas A. Moser ’79 Eng retired as chief operating officer at the Philadelphia Gas Works after 41 years of service at the company. He and his spouse, Lois Leitzel Moser ’79 H&HD, live in Garnet Valley, Pa.
Joseph J. Gomber ’79 H&HD retired in 2020 after serving as a special agent at the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency for 37 years. During that time, he served in Italy and Germany. He lives in Bethlehem, Pa.
Robert Stupack ’78 Bus (Skull & Bones), owner of NewTribalArt.com, received a first-of-its-kind patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for Authentication of Norman Rockwell Paintings. The authentication process will help to prevent the purchase of forgeries, imposters, and false attributions. He lives in Novato, Calif.
Phillip Aron ’78 Com (RA) retired from his position as director of graphics and production at Newsmax Media Inc. Previously, he served as creative director of the National Enquirer. He continues to create a weekly cartoon feature, “Spot the Differences,” for the National Examiner and Globe tabloids, which he has done for more than 30 years. He lives in Boynton Beach, Fla.
Mike Fergus ’77 H&HD (Basketball) earned his 600th win as head coach of Dock Mennonite Academy boys’ high school basketball when his team, the Pioneers, beat Church Farm School 69-56 in December 2021. He lives in Lansdale, Pa.
Christine Headly ’77 Lib retired as CFO of Fauquier Bankshares Inc. She and her spouse, Mark ’77 Agr, live in Warrenton, Va.
Joe Loscalzo ’75 Hbg retired from Alfa Laval after a 40-year career in the food processing industry. He and his spouse, Celeste Boston ’75 Hbg, a retired chief financial officer and current part-time accountant, recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary. They live in Lansdale, Pa.
Bill Seibel ’73 Eng wrote his first book, Press Go: Lessons Earned by a Serial Entrepreneur, detailing his experiences and the lessons he learned serving as CEO of nine startups, as an operating executive of another six startups, and as a board member to 40 organizations. He lives in Naples, Fla.

1960s

Richard Lechthaler ’62 Com has written his first novel, Just Compensation. He lives in Weston, Vt.
Carl H. Heller ’60 Bus (ΣΧ) and Phyllis Hamilton ’61 Com (ΚΔ) celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Jan. 27, 2022. They are retired and live in Atlanta and Hilton Head, S.C.