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C L A S S u N O T E S ’60s ’60s Thomas Scanlon, JD ’63, was Howard E. Rose, JD ’74, is an immigration judge in Houston, Texas, after 25 years as a fed- eral prosecutor. He is a retired Dennis P. Maille, BSCE ’76, was named a princi- pal of Thorson Baker & Asso- Paul Gemperline, BS ’78 and Ph.D. ’82, is the associate vice chancellor for research and graduate studies at East recognized by the Cleveland- lieutenant colonel in the U.S. ciates, an Carolina University, as well Marshall Law Alumni Associa- Army Reserve. engineering as an Arts and Sciences tion for his contributions to services firm Distinguished Professor of the community and his profes- Thomas M. O’Brien, JD ’75, based in Rich- chemistry. sion. He is a founding partner retired after 25 years as a pros- field, Ohio. Carmen Nazario, BA ’78 and of the Cleveland law firm of ecutor and five years of private Collins & Scanlon. law practice. He Maria Boss, BA ’77, stepped MPA ’06, lives in Rocky River now lives in down as president and chief and is a supervising U.S. John Nussrallah, BBA ’69, was Pinehurst, executive officer of Cleveland probation officer. named senior vice president, N.C., and is Scholarship Programs but con- Adina Bloom Lewkowicz, transportation business, for an assistant tinues to serve the organiza- BA ’79, authored Teaching Thomas Group Inc. He lives in marketing tion as a consultant. Emotional Intelligence: Fort Worth, Texas. ’70s director for Strategies and Activities for Paul Bures, BSIE ’77, has Comfort Keepers, an at-home Helping Students Make authored a care company. Effective Choices. book about ’70s Gary A. Ebert, JD ’75, was named an Ohio Super Lawyer in 2006 and 2007. He is the oil indepen- dence and global Craig Cox, BME ’79, is the vice president of manufacturing Myron “Mike” Filarski, BA ’71, at Patio Enclosures Inc., as managing administrative part- warming well as a member of the firm’s joined KeyBank NA as presi- ner of Seeley, Savidge & Ebert titled Amer- board of directors. dent of KeyBank Mortgage, a and has been the law director ica: The Oil Hos- division of Key’s Community Harold Covert, MBA ’79, was of Bay Village for 21 years. tage. He lives in North Royal- Bank. Most recently he was appointed to the Harmonic ton and is the owner of ES&L senior vice president of mort- Patricia Pearson Hubbard, BA Properties. Inc. board of directors as chair gage lending at Fifth Third ’75, marked 10 years as direc- of the audit committee. He is Bank. tor of the 4H Youth Devel- Fred Cash, BSCE ’77, was the executive vice president opment Program at Cornell appointed by Gov. Ted Strick- and chief financial officer of Louis Tripodi, MEd ’72, retired Cooperative Extension. She land to a four-year term on the Openwave Systems. after 34 years as a faculty ’80s also is an adjunct professor at Ohio Soil and Water Conserva- member at Clarion University the School of Social Welfare at tion Commission. The Rich- of Pennsylvania. Stony Brook University. mond Heights resident is also Edward Macek, BBA ’72, joined BBK, an international business advisory firm, as Terry Wilk, BBA ’75, joined Henry Medical Center in serving his second term on the Cuyahoga Soil and Water ’80s Georgia as vice president and Robert A. Steele, MBA ’80, a director. He formerly was Conservation chief information officer. was elected to the Kellogg the chief financial officer at District’s Monte Ahuja, MBA ’75, and Company board of directors. Drivesol Worldwide Inc. board of his family received the Samuel For more than 30 years, Steele Lynn T. Dostal, BBA ’72 and supervisors. Mather Award from University has worked for Procter & MBA ’73, moved to Homo- He has been Hospitals in recognition of Gamble, where he is the vice sassa, Fla. last year and is a with CT Consultants Inc. for a $30 million donation. The chairman of global health and special education teacher at over 21 years as project man- award was presented on the well-being. Crystal River Middle School. ager and project engineer in same day the hospital broke the municipal service division. Gregory F. Clifford, JD ’80, is James Mitchell Brown, JD ’73, ground for the Ahuja Medical His wife, Janice, is a 1979 mas- the chief magistrate of Cleve- of Attorney Consultant Inc. in Center, a 600-bed hospital ter’s of education graduate. land Municipal Court. Cleveland, volunteered with being built in Beachwood. Terry Pluto, BA ’77, rejoined Timothy P. Cannon, JD ’80, Legal Services in New Orleans, Ahuja is the chairman and the sports staff of The Plain was appointed by Gov. Ted helping to restructure the chief executive officer of Dealer after 22 years with the Strickland to serve as a judge procedures for signing up for Transtar Industries, Inc. Akron Beacon Journal. The on the 11th District Court of Social Security disability and Joseph Obleton, BA ’76, is a author and nationally known Appeals for a term ending in processing claims. learning skills counselor at columnist, named Ohio January 2009. The Painesville Gilbert B. Chapman II, MS ’73, Black Hawk College in Sportswriter of the Year eight Township resident is a partner graduated from the University Moline, Ill. times, covered the Indians for in Cannon, Stern and Aveni of Windsor this summer with the PD from 1979 to 1984. Co. L.P.A. a Ph.D. in physics. He lives in Farmington Hills, Mich. PERSPECTIVE 31 C L A S S u N O T E S Keith L. Vencel, BA ’81, is a Heights, Connecticut and Harry J. Kelm, BSME ’85 and and Scholarship Program). Dr. human resources professional Illinois. MSME ’93, was named busi- Williams is an associate pro- and faculty practitioner with ness unit manager for Hyson fessor of history at CSU. Carl J. Grassi, JD ’84, is the University of Phoenix, Products in Brecksville. He president of Cleveland-based William C. Engle, BA ’86 and Northern California campus. has held various positions McDonald Hopkins LLC. He BSCE ’94, was He has been recognized for with the firm, has been with the law firm promoted to helping a large healthcare net- including direc- since 1992. senior proj- work in Northern California tor of sales ect manager change its recruiting process Charlene Jones, MBA ’84, is and marketing in the struc- from paper-based resumes to the senior inclusion director and acting tural engi- electronic candidate profiles, at JumpStart, responsible for business unit neering thereby streamlining the matters related to diversity. manager. department of Thorson Baker hiring process from weeks Fay Brownlee Miller, MEd ’85, Michael Grady, BBA ’85 and & Associates, an engineering to days. was selected for inclusion in MBA ’94, was inducted into services firm based in Rich- Edward Leigh, BA ’81, is the 11th edition of Who’s Who the Alpha Delta Chi Fraternity field, Ohio. a motivational Among American Teachers Hall of Fame. Michael Nagy, BA ’86 and speaker and and Educators 2006-07. This Gloria Freire, MPA ’86, pro- MBA ’95, is the superintendent author of was her fifth nomination since 1990. vides management consulting of public works — the top city Trauma to Recently services to small nonprofits administrator — in Fort Mor- Triumph: Find- retired and female-owned small gan, Colo. He formerly was ing Strength after 30 businesses as president and the city manager of Marine Throughout the years in owner of GMF Consulting. She City, Mich. Cancer Experience. the class- also is president of the board Pamela George-Merill, MPA Keith Wyche, BBA ’81, was room, of trustees of the Cuyahoga ’87, is executive director of the featured in Diversity MBA’s Miller taught elementary County Public Library System. Shaker Square Area Develop- July 2007 list of Top 50 Under school in both Cleveland and Dr. Friere’s 50-plus year career ment Corporation. 50 African American MBA Shaker Heights. in social work includes service corporate executives. He is the as a Cleveland State faculty Frank LaManna, BBA ’87, is president of North American Carol Fishell Bennis, BA ’85, member. the chief operating officer of operations for Pitney Bowes was named chief executive Thompson Hine LLP. He for- William Haney, BA ’86, was Management Services. officer of Beet Street Inc. in merly was the executive direc- Fort Collins, Colo. Beet Street inducted into the Alpha Delta tor and chief financial officer Raymond C. Wilson, BBA ’81 Chi Fraternity Hall of Fame. is an economic develop- of Calfee, Halter & Griswold. and MAFIS ’85, was appointed ment initiative to launch a Mark Spain, BA ’86, controller and treasurer of Donn W. Trautner, MEd ’87, formal cultural arts district in co-anchors the CBS 6 p.m. Toyota Financial Savings Bank is the principal of Our Savior northern Colorado. Bennis’ news and the Fox 10 p.m. in Henderson, Nev. Lutheran School in Austin, husband, Joe, is a Cleveland news in Jacksonville, Fla. Texas. Gary S. Austin, MBA ’82, State graduate (MA ’81 and Lucinda Einhouse, MBA ’86, is joined Beach First National MBA ’85). Lisa Hagerty, BBA ’88, was president and chief executive Bank as executive vice presi- promoted to senior John Schoeniger, BSEd ’85, officer of the Beck Center for dent and chief financial offi- managing direc- was named loan fund man- the Arts in Lakewood. She for- tor at Dix & cer of both the bank and its ager at ShoreBank Enterprise merly was director of develop- Eaton. She has holding company, Beach First Detroit. He formerly was vice ment at the Cleveland Institute been with the National Bancshares Inc. He president of residential real of Music. firm since 1996. lives in Myrtle Beach, S.C. estate lending for ShoreBank Michael Dolan, BS ’86, was Randy D. Rinicella, MBA ’82 in Cleveland. Sharon Scott, named executive director of and JD ’85, joined Houston- MEd ’88, was appointed to the Sheryl Hoffman, BA ’85, was the Ohio Lottery Commission based HCC Insurance Hold- Willoughby-Eastlake School selected as the new director of by Gov. Ted Strickland. For Board. She has taught for the ings Inc. as senior vice SPACES, a nonprofit art gallery the past 10 years, he repre- Lake County Board of Mental president and general counsel. for emerging talent in Cleve- sented the West Park area as Retardation and Developmen- Most recently he was gen- land. A sculptor, she had been a member of Cleveland City tal Disabilities at Broadmoor eral counsel and secretary of director of Art House Inc. on Council. School in Mentor for 20 years. Dresser-Rand Group Inc. Cleveland’s near west side. Regennia Williams, BA Urban Barbara J. Rowland Hise, MEd Thomas Mach, MA ’89, was Tim Angbrandt, MBA ’85, is the Studies ’86 and MPA ’90, ’83, retired after 27 years as promoted to professor of his- marketing manager at Tuthill received the Mentor of the tory at Cedarville University, director of strings in the Coupling Group, a global Year award from the Ohio where he has been a faculty Shaker Heights Public manufacturer and distributor. Board of Regents-STARS (Stu- member since 2000. Dr. Mach Schools and nearly 32 He lives in Brunswick. dent Achievement in Research lives in Xenia, Ohio. years of teaching strings and music in Shaker 32 C L A S S u N O T E S Mark Haney, BBA ’89, was ronmental health and safety Christine Faranda, BBA ’92 Ann Billetz, MS ’94 and Ph.D. inducted into the Alpha Delta departments into one unit. and JD ’96, was ’98, was granted tenure at the Chi Fraternity Hall of Fame. named a Massachusetts College of Lib- James L. Harrold, BSCE ’91, rising star eral Arts, where she has been Sean Gallagher, JD ’89, was was promoted to senior proj- in the 2007 an assistant professor of biol- recognized by the Cleveland- ect manager in the structural edition of ogy since 2002. Marshall Law Alumni Asso- engineering department of Ohio Super ciation for his contributions Thorson Baker & Associates, Lori K. Long, BBA ’95, Lawyers. She to the community and his an engineering services firm authored her first book, a is an associate in the profession. He is an Eighth based in Richfield, Ohio. career-planning guide titled Cleveland office of Bucking- Ohio District Court of Appeals The Parent’s Guide to Family Craig Fultin, MBA ’91 and DBA ham, Doolittle & Burroughs, judge. Friendly Work. Long lives in ’96, joined Cuyahoga Commu- LLP and lives in Lakewood. Cleveland and is the presi- Debbie Ann Burney Taylor, MA nity College as executive vice Anne Ferlito, MEd ’93, was dent of LK Consulting LLC, a ’89, is director of the Women president for finance and busi- one of 44 teachers nationwide human resource management in Engineering ness services. He formerly was to receive a 2006 Disney consulting firm. Office at the the mayor of Lorain, Ohio. University of Teacher Award recognizing Ed Bell, MBA ’95, was Timothy H. Warneka, MEd ’92, creativity, innovative teach- Michigan. promoted to president of Jet is the author of The Way of ing methods and the ability to The Ann Star Inc. in Leading People: inspire students. She teaches Arbor resi- Zionsville, Unlocking second grade at Moreland dent received Ind. He for- Your Integral Hills School in Pepper Pike. a 2007 SWIMPY merly served Leadership “Dream” grant from Case Laurel Dinallo Conrad, as vice presi- Skills with the Western Reserve University MUPDD ’93, is director of dent of Tao Te Ching. for a project that will business development for operations culminate in a jazz-related Timothy R. the Karen Skunta Design and marketing. McNichols, BA ’92, is the pub- ’90s picture book. Company. lisher for Gainesville, Florida- Paul Gomez Farrell, MS ’95 Win Weizer, BA ’93 and MPA and Ph.D. ’04, is the director based Naylor Publications but continues to live in Cleveland. ’97, was appointed to the of work force development ’90s He works with University Heights City for the Denver, Colo. Office of associations Council. Economic Development. Cynthia Moore-Hardy, MBA and organi- Allen Guisinger, BS ’93 and Antoine Williams, MEd ’96, ’90, was named a Crain’s zations MS ’97, received his MBA from retired from Ford Motor Cleveland Business Woman throughout John Carroll University this Company after 30 years as an of Note for 2007. She is the the county summer. He lives in New- education and training coor- president and chief executive to deliver burgh Heights and works for dinator. Now a project leader officer of Lake communications tools to Saint Gobain Crystals. and faculty member for Baker Hospital their members and industry College in Flint, Mich., he Kirstin S. Toth, MPA ’94, is a System and supporters. manages the school’s on-site project officer with the GAR received a Howard Thompson, MPA ’92, Foundation in Akron. degree programs at auto man- CSU Distin- was elected to the Cuyahoga ufacturing facilities in Ohio. Cindy Petkac, MUPDD ’94, He lives in Bedford Heights. guished Valley Chamber of Com- is a community philanthropy Alumni Award merce. He is president of the Akia Foster-Churn, BA ’96, officer for the Duluth-Superior in 2005. Levin College of Urban Affairs is the senior program officer Area Community Foundation. Cynthia Salim, BA ’90, is the Alumni Organization. with the Girl Scouts of Lake Scott C. Walker, JD ’94, joined Erie Council. co-owner of RV Spa, a new Lou Tisler, BBA ’92 and MBA the Columbus office of Squire, business in Lorain County that ’94, was named to Gov. Ted Daisy Alford-Smith, Ph.D. ’96, Sanders & Dempsey as litiga- offers storage and service for Strickland’s Foreclosure Pre- is the chief executive officer tion senior attorney. The for- motor homes. She is an offi- vention Taskforce. The Rocky of the Girl Scouts of Northeast mer editor of the Cleveland- cer of the Erie Shores Allegro River resident is executive Ohio. Marshall Law Club, which promotes the RV director of Neighborhood Review was Anthony Zielinski, MACTM lifestyle. Salim lives in Carlisle Housing Services of Greater named a ’97, was elected treasurer of Township, Ohio. Cleveland. 2007 rising the city of Parma in 2005, Bernard L. Buckner, MPA ’90, star by Ohio after serving six years on City was appointed as the first Super Law- Council. executive director of Cleveland yers magazine. State’s newly created Depart- He lives in Pickering. ment of Campus Safety, which combines the police, fire, safety and security, and envi- PERSPECTIVE 33 C L A S S u N O T E S Bennie Neal, MEd ’97, teaches Danielle Pitcock, JD ’98, Michael J. Kearns, MBA ’00, is Julie A. Terry, BA ’02, received social studies and joined Sikora Law LLC as an chancellor of Mohave Commu- a law degree from Ohio North- literacy in East associate. nity College, after serving as ern University’s Pettit College Cleveland. vice chancellor for instruction. of Law this summer. Linda Seber, BS ’98, and Laura The ordained He was in private dental prac- Seber, BS ’99, were crowned Judy Mansour-Thomas, MA deacon at tice for 24 years before joining queens of the 2007 Twins Day ’03, is executive director of the Fidelity Bap- MCC as founding director of festival in Twinsburg, Ohio. Greater Cleveland Poets’ and tist Church is the dental hygiene program. The identical twins are both Writers’ League. listed in Who’s physical therapists — Linda R.A. Washington, BA ’00, Who of American Educators. Kathy Berta, BA urban stud- with Jaworski Physical Ther- is the public programs and ies ’03, received a law degree Jeff Bogan, JD ’97, was pro- apy in Elyria and Laura with outreach manager at the from The University of Akron moted from senior manager to EMH Center for Health and Museum of Contemporary School of Law this spring. executive director at Ernst & Fitness in Avon. They live in Art Cleveland. Young LLP’s Phoenix office. Sheffield Village. Emma Petrie Barcelona, MS Sharon E. Gregor, MS urban urban studies ’03, is a grants Marcia Lynn Thomas McCoy, Beth Schulhof Spyke, studies ’00, administrator for the Lake- BA urban stud- MPA ’99, is the scholar and wrote and wood Division of Community ies ’98, is a curriculum coordinator for published Development. political/ the Multidisciplinary Clinical Forest Hill: government Research Training Program at The Rocke- James Greene, BA ’04, is man- relations the Cleveland Clinic. feller Estate. ager of cartography/GIS/data consultant She lives in analysis for the city of Cleve- Carolyn Smith, MPA ’99, was living in East Cleveland. land’s Department of Commu- selected to attend the National nity Development. Cleveland. Trust for Historic Preserva- Erik Janas, MPA ’01, is an Jeffrey Morris, BSCE ’98, was tion’s 2007 Leadership Train- executive assistant, focusing Timothy Thomas O’Brien, promoted to senior project ing course. She is on intergovernmental affairs BA ’04, is a consultant with manager in the structural a coordinating and regional development Accenture LLP in Charlotte, engineering department of consultant for Columbus Mayor Michael N.C. Thorson Baker & Associates, with the city Coleman. Renee Nank, Ph.D. ’04, is an an engineering services firm of Cleveland’s assistant professor in the Col- Kevin Hyland, JD ’01, joined based in Richfield, Ohio. Storefront lege of Public Policy, Depart- Boykin Management Company Renovation ment of Public Administration, Steve Bloom, BA ’98, is as general counsel. Program and an at the University of Texas at the acting director of the active member of the Cleve- Karin Scholz Jenson, JD ’02, Tremont West Development San Antonio. land Restoration Society. was elected to the board of Corporation. Gerry Lyons, MBA ’04, joined directors of the Community Christopher Kastner, MBA ’99, ScanSource Inc. as vice presi- Bonnie Erica Horton, MPA ’98, College of Aurora Foundation. was appointed vice president She is a litigation associate in dent-corporate controller. He is a grants management ana- of operations at Sybron Dental the Denver office of Baker & lives in Greenville, S.C. lyst for the Atlanta, Ga. police Specialty Products. He lives in Hostetler and formerly was department. Brian Straka, BA ’05, is the southern California. ’00s a reporter and editor at The Black River watershed coor- Gary Norton, MPA ’98, was Plain Dealer. dinator and an environmental named one of Cleveland’s Most Interesting People by Anastasia Valdes, MUPDD planner for the Lorain County Cleveland Magazine. Chad E. Dasher, BA ’98, is ’00s ’02, is a GIS technician with Stewart International in San Community Development Department. Frank L. Gallucci III, JD ’00, Antonio, Texas. Wayne Kehoe, MPA ’05, has executive director of the Westown Community Devel- was named in Northern Ohio Leon Mason, BA ’02, is the written his first book, Cleve- opment Corporation. Live’s 2007 Ohio Rising Stars director of the South Lorain land’s University Circle. He Super Lawyers. He is a found- Lincoln Community Center. is the education coordinator Adrienne Zurub, MA ’98, is the ing partner of Plevin & Gal- Mason received dual degrees for the Steamship William G. author of Notes From the Moth- lucci Co, L.P.A. in Cleveland. Mather Museum, a unit of the in Spanish and international ership-The Naked Invisibles. Great Lakes Science Center. Joni Ledinsky, BIE ’00, is a relations. Paul Weisinger, BBA ’98, production manager at USG Martin Keane, JD ’02, repre- Aminah Smith, BA ’05, served was promoted to manager at Interiors Inc. in Westlake. The sents Ward 21 on Cleveland a National Orientation Direc- Walthall, Drake & Wallace LLP. firm recently won the highest City Council. He is a former tors Association summer The Westlake resident joined Star rating for safety from the assistant county prosecutor. internship at Nova Southeast- the accounting firm in 1999. U.S. Department of Labor’s ern University in Fort Lauder- Occupational Safety and dale, Fla. She is a graduate Health Administration. assistant in CSU’s College of Education and Human Services. 34 C L A S S u N O T E S Stephanie D. Ashford, BA ’05, John L. Strok, BA ’06, is a GIS In Memoriam Cleveland State Deaths is a financial analyst with the coordinator for the Cuyahoga Walter Schmidt, BBA ’42, in Ron Haybron in April 2007. An asso- city of Cleveland. County Auditor’s Office. May 2007 ciate professor emeritus of physics, Felicia Adams, MPA ’05, is a Matthew Schron, MBA ’06, Dr. Haybron retired in 2004. Dur- Roger Reed, BSCE ’47, in volunteer manager at Eliza was promoted to general ing his 36 years with the University, January 2004 Bryant Village. manager of the metalworking he served as ombudsman, special division of Jergens Industrial Robert E. Sweeney, JD ’51, projects assistant to the provost, and Mason P. Goodman, MPA ’05, Supply. For the past 14 years, in June 2007 assistant dean of the former College is a federal investigator/special he has been the firm’s product Harry Butler, JD ’52, in of Arts and Sciences. For many years, agent for the U.S. Office of manager. November 2007 he wrote a science column for The Personnel Management. Plain Dealer. Dawn Hanis Kulikowski, Arnold Roth, JD ’54, in Adam M. Freck, MUPDD ’05, Master of Music ’06, is the November 2007 Jean Dobos, MA ’82, in August 2007. is an associate with S.B. Fried- orchestra director for the Avon An associate professor of communica- man & Company in Chicago. John T. Patton, BBA ’55 and Lake city schools. She and her tion, Dr. Dobos taught at Cleveland Karen Herpel, MUPDD ’05, is husband, Joseph, Bachelor of JD ’58, in May 2007 State from 1986 to 1999. a manager of education and Music ’99, live in Parma. Roger Hyde, BSCE ’59, in Charles (Chas) Smith, Bachelor of training for MAGNET. April 2007 Christopher Bongornor, Music ’91 and Master of Music ’93, Jonathan Oswick, MS urban MUPDD ’07, is an associate Russell F. Neff, BSME ’61, in in October 2007. The music lecturer studies ’05, is a project man- planner with the Department April 2007 taught the popular “Roots of Rock ager for Rysar Properties. of Planning and Development and Soul” course and authored From Dennis H. Sherman, JD ’66, in Nicole Stika, MPA ’06, is the at University Circle, Inc. Woodstock to the Moon: The Cultural March 2007 senior manager for education Evolution of Rock Music and The Danielle P. Graham, BA ’07, is programs for the Council of Anthony R. Beccia, BSEE ’67, Soul of Sunrise: Grassroots Music in a billing manager for the city Smaller Enterprises (COSE)/ in September 2006 America. of Cleveland. Greater Cleveland Partnership. Richard Jordan, BBA ’67, in Preston H. White, BS ’82 and MA ’00, Tonia L. Martin, BA urban Rob Kratz, Master of Music ’06, July 2007 in October 2007. The coordinator of services administration ’07, is is the principal percussionist Allen E. Grotke, JD ’73, in the Library Computer Learning Center a legal assistant in the Depart- with the Battle Creek Sym- August 2007 was integral in establishing and main- ment of Health and Human phony and teaches music at taining the Adaptive Technology Lab Services’ Office of Medicare Donald E. Wilson, BSCE ’75 the Community Music School, for students with disabilities and the Hearings and Appeals. and MSCE ’82, in April 2007 a program of the Music Center Library Computer Learning Center Bradley Shawhan, MPA ’07, for training students in computer of South Central Michigan. Michael Robert Parker, BA is a Cleveland Metroparks ’80, in May 2007 software use. Mark McDermott, MUPDD ’06, manager. is vice president and central Lisa Lynn Maxim Gleske, BBA David Metz in October 2007. The pro- Elizabeth A. Stein, MPA ’07, is ’81, in August 2007 fessor emeritus of audiology joined region director for Enterprise Community Partners. a department director for the CSU in 1967 and retired in 1994. He Cleveland Clinic. James T. Bobrowski, BSEE ’82, cofounded and chaired the speech Eric R. Tolle, BA ’06, is a plan- in January 2005 and hearing department, served as Erin Aleman, MUPDD ’07, ner for the county of Fresno, Reid M. Robbins, MS ’82, in associate dean of the former College Calif. was awarded the 2007 Phillip D. Peters Regional Planning January 2007 of Arts and Sciences, and directed the John Brennan, Ph.D ’06, is Fellowship to work with the Heath Career Opportunities program. Walid Chahine, BSEE ’85, in a program manager in the Chicago Metropolitan Agency June 2007 Bill Shorrock in November 2007. A Maxine Goodman Levin for Planning. professor emeritus of history, Dr. College of Urban Affairs. Edward Corrigan, BBA ’86 and Vincent M. Tenaglia, MPA ’07, Shorrock continued to teach part time JD ’89, in November 2007 Lenaia Burbank, MPA ’06, is is a management analyst with after retiring in 2005. During his 36 the membership and group the city of Largo, Fla. Antonio DiStefano, BA ’92, in years with CSU, he chaired the history tours coordinator for the Maltz July 2007 department, and served as special Diambu Smith, MPA ’07, is a assistant to the interim vice president Museum of Jewish Heritage. Abdul Qahhar Shahid, MUPDD business development officer for academic and student affairs, Heather Clayton, MPA ’06, is with the city of Cleveland’s ’98, in November 2007 associate provost, and vice provost for an assistant at the Cleveland Department of Economic Christopher Manos, BBA ’06, academic affairs and faculty relations. Public Library. Development. B in June 2007 An active member of the Retired Fac- Kevin Smith, MUPDD ’06, Andrea Szaboics, BSEd ’06, in ulty Association, he was the current is an associate with Allegro July 2007 president of Cleveland State’s Friends Realty Advisors. of the Library and an executive com- mittee member of the French Colonial Historical Society, an international organization. B PERSPECTIVE 35
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