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1960s

Stuckman

Ralph E. Stuckman (’63 MEA), publisher emeritus of the “Lake Area Arts Journal” for Fall 2021, was featured in the nationally known “Art-to-Art Palette Journal”. The contents pertain to the arts and artists of Mercer County areas in Ohio.

Robert Grant (’68) recently attended a dedication ceremony for a Morris County New Jersey-owned building, unaware it was to unveil the renaming of the building in his honor. The Robert C. Grant Head Start Center of Morris County has enabled the Head Start program to expand its services with the addition of six new classrooms serving 90 children.


1970s

Bradley Rice (’79), a construction lawyer and litigator, has been recognized as a National Outstanding Eagle Scout by the Circle 10 Council, Boy Scouts of America. The award is presented to an adult Eagle Scout who brings great honor to the highest rank in Boy Scouts of America through their personal and professional contributions.


1980s

Robert Brown (’83) has been appointed CFO of Gynesonics, a women’s healthcare company. He most recently served as president and CEO for Ximedica, LLC and has been active in finance roles for the past 35 years.

Terry Kline (’84) has been appointed to the advisory board of Embark Trucks, Inc. Kline is a seasoned technologist and automotive and trucking industry expert, having served as an IT leader at major global OEMs during his career including Navistar and GM.

O’Donnell

James M. O’Donnell (’84) was ordained as a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of Toledo. Deacon O’Donnell was assigned to Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, Put-in-Bay and St. Michael the Archangel, Kelleys Island. He and his wife, Christy, have been living on Put-in-Bay since July 2020. Deacon O’Donnell can also now serve as a minister for the Sacrament of Baptism, Marriages and other pastoral services.


1990s

James M. Irwin (’94) was appointed as vice president of corporate development at Infamark LLC, an industry leader in the operations, maintenance and management of water and wastewater facilities. Irwin will be a key driver in creating value that benefits the company’s clients and their communities.

*Joel L. Mayerson (’90, ’90) is currently a professor in the Department of Orthopaedics in Ohio State’s College of Medicine. He was recently elected as secretary of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Board of Councilors (BOC). Dr. Mayerson’s role as secretary will progress to chair over three years.


2000s

Barham

Kristal Barham (’05, ’07 MPH), the center director of Health Partners of Western Ohio, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Nath

*Judi Nath (’00 PhD) has been a biology professor and author for many years, publishing textbooks in anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, and pathophysiology. Two new books for general audiences were just released: “Digesting Foods and Fads” and “Sins Against Science: How Misinformation Shapes Our Lives and Laws”.

Reitz

McKenna Reitz (’08) , a teacher of AP Psychology, varsity volleyball coach and TEDx speaker, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.


2010s

Babcock

*The Hon. Quinton Babcock (’18, 18, ’18, ’20 MA), Mayor of Oak Harbor, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Goodwin

Anthony Goodwin (’11, ’16 MBA), director of Resourceful & Market Solutions at ProMedica, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Jonathon Hoover (’15, ’15) of the Air Force Reserve Command JAG Corps was assigned to Grissom Air Force Reserve Base in Indiana as a new full-time staff judge advocate general.

Jones

Elijah Jones (’13, ’14 MSW), the manager of Treatment Services at Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Lucas County, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Breanne Rubin

Breanne Rubin (’09, ’12 JD), an attorney at Eastman & Smith Ltd., received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Matthew Rubin

Matthew Rubin (’11, ’13 MBA), principal/real estate developer at Crane Development, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Ruiz

Carlos Ruiz (’10), director of finance at the Zepf Center, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Salamone

Carly Salamone (’11) , director of Northwest Ohio Pathways HUB at the Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Thomas

*Alexandria Thomas (’17), manager of the Wellness and Recovery Center at Neighborhood Properties, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.

Woodcock

Daniel Woodcock (’14), CEO of Peacock Special and Drone Works Toledo Media, received a 2021 20 Under 40 Leadership Recognition Award. The program recognizes twenty young community leaders – all under the age of 40 –  who have distinguished themselves in our community.


2020s

Jacoby

*Rachel Jacoby (’21 PHD), was awarded the prestigious Carol Bobby Pioneer Award for Visionary Leadership by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The award recognizes a doctoral student in a CACREP-accredited program who “embodies visionary leadership aligned with CACREP’s core values.”

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