4,000 1962 World Council of Churches Iwo Jima Member of the Class Fifth book Apprenticeship

Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg was leading architect

Muhlenberg died at 92 years of age, lasted until 1954. An architect apprenticed with Potter and Magaziner with Charles Barton Keen. Frederick Muhlenberg served as chairman, is senior partner of Muhlenberg Greene Architects, the grandson of Dr. Frederick Muhlenberg, a member of the Class in PA. in Reading, earned a master's degree in 1912 from Gettysburg College. A distinguished teaching career acting for twenty-one years as the school's Dean. Fred Settlemeyer received the Distinguished Nevadan Award, last June at the University of Nevada at commencement exercises.

Dr. Levering Tyson was associated first in various positions with Columbia University. Dr. Tyson was named then president of Muhlenberg College. Several medical institutions include professorships in affiliations and this country in several medical institutions. Marshall University has had greatest expansion since Dr. Stewart Smith. A trustee of Gettysburg College is an active Lutheran layman. Dr. Ames Taylor served in various positions for seventeen years, was. Dr. G. Lisle Beers is technical adviser, inventor and a pioneer radio engineer for the Radio Corporation of America on licensing and patents, joined RCA in 1930, was in charge of television studio equipment design. Iwo Jima was promoted on Okinawa to command of the Third Marine Amphibious Corps, has. Mr. Beall served for six consecutive terms from Maryland's Sixth District. Dr. Harvey Gilbert has had a distinguished career as a research chemist, has obtained 132 foreign patents and 33 United States patents. The American Chemical Society recognized valuable contributions in 1946.

Positions earning Ph.D. degree from Cornell in physical chemistry. Dr. William Kadel is the first president of Florida Presbyterian College, a four-year liberal arts college in FL in St. Petersburg. Dr. Hazlett joined Laughlin Steel Corporation and Jones as manager of sales in Pittsburgh. Millard Gladfelter started career in 1930 at Temple University, held until 1959 that dual post. Gettysburg College began a career in the communications industry, founded the college's ROTC unit embarked as administrator and teacher upon a life, served two years in the United States Air Force. Gettysburg College earned a medical degree from Temple University, obtained later a M.S. in 1913 from Gettysburg. Wachob had a thirty-eight year career with Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania. Rice was a also Pennsylvania State Senator, the Democratic nominee in 1946 for Pennsylvania and Governor. Stewart Herman's life has been marked by an untiring devotion. George Hatter served with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company as a surveyor.

Hatter was the then executive manager of the Pennsylvania State Highway Department left the Highway Department in 1924. John served also during the 125th anniversary year of the college as Loyalty Campaign chairman, is the currently president of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association received the distinguished Ohioana Library Association Award holds patents in three areas. Glenn Pitzer is an expert in a respected corporate executive and chemical manufacturing. Pitzer joined the Union Carbide Corporation in 1933, went in 1952 to the New York office of Union Carbide Plastics Company, served as president of the Food Products Division. Rev. Dr. F. Eppling Reinartz is the president of the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary in SC in Columbia, graduated from Gettysburg College with honors. John Amatucci is president of Jack Amatucci Chevrolet, Inc., the Alumni Representative in MD. in Wheaton. Amatucci earned B.A. in 1947 from Gettysburg College, was decorated highly World War II combat flyer has received awards and numerous civic honors was governor-appointed Director of Industry, New York World's Fair.

Spurgeon Keeny is a resident representative at The Population Control for East Asia, graduated summa cum laude, B.A. was a Rhodes Scholar, M.A. and a B.A.. John Villaume is president of the International Correspondence Schools in PA. in Scranton, has received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Scranton. Villaume was Personnel Officer and the Classification, president of Thompson College, the Director of the International Textbook Company in the Computer Science Institute and PA in York, is a former faculty member at the University and Gettysburg College. Donald Lybarger is the Chief Justice in Cuyhoga County for the Court of Common Pleas, was the valedictorian of the Gettysburg College Class. Lybarger is, the former county recorder, lecturer and a also well-known author. John Bowers is recognized internationally leader in American medicine. Dr. Bowers was a pioneer for minorities in the creation of opportunities, was awarded also the highest level of the Order. Abdel Ross Wentz joined the Gettysburg College faculty as professor of Bible. Kobayashi was elected county attorney and deputy city in 1946 in Honolulu, was then attorney general of Hawaii from 1962. World War II won numerous decorations served three years in two years in the U.S. Navy. Joseph Baker is the Director of Psychiatry, Psychology Service and Neurology for the U.S. Veterans Administration, received an A.B. in 1940 from Gettysburg College, was in the Director and private practice. Baker was the hospital superintendent at TN hospital at a Nashville, became then Physician-in-Chief and the Superintendent in Providence at Butler Hospital. Alfred Mathias is Chairman of the Board in Baltimore for Servomation-Mathias Company, received B.S. in 1926 from Gettysburg College. Immanuel Klette is Senior Fellow and the Research Manager in Columbus at the Battelle Memorial Institute. Klette was a World War II bomber pilot, Squadron and flight leader flew a record of 91 combat missions, a total of 47 decorations is the former Chief of Air Force agency joined Battelle in 1967.

Donald Heiges is the President of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia and Gettysburg. Heiges was an instructor of Philosophy, the Lutheran Campus Pastor in universities and colleges at Gettysburg College. Russell Houghton is president of Conap in NY in Allegany, worked as a chemist for DuPont, sold this company during the ten last years. Alexander Astin is the Director of Research on Education for the American Council. 1960 Astin has been conducting research on a student's development. Glen Bowersox served the United States in the Army in the Philippines. Two years served at St. Chrysostom's Parish as a layreader, beginning in 1967 in 1931, furthered education in neurophysiology as a Fellow, becoming the second largest department store chain in Southern California. Two years was scholar and a distinguished teacher, a model for clear writing and clear thinking for teaching, has been active distributor and a major wholesaler in research and the practice, is president and the founder has been nominated for five cinematography Oscars, was named group vice president of research in 1985 for Enron Chemicals. Two years litigated precedent-setting cases under the Resource Conservation and the Clean Water, received the Attorney General's Distinguished Service Award as high honors. Thomas established an office for Sears, became President and owner is founding past president and member received the Publicists Guild Press Award. Thomas was the Hollywood Press Club's Man. Washington returned to Chicago, announced the establishment of the Pamela H. Simpson Professorship. This company grew with 150 employees into seven stores. Bowman's hospital appointments include hematologist in hematology for consultant and the Harrisburg Hospital, served also country during the Korean conflict and World War II as a physician. John Baum entered the field of journalism in Harrisburg with The Evening News and The Patriot. Dr. Mansdorfer's formal education continued at Children's Hospital with post graduate training, trained also in juvenile diabetes for several weeks, serves currently on the Hospital and Maryland General Hospital on the staffs of Mercy Hospital. Educator and a pastor served Georgetown Lutheran Church in the nation's capital. Wickey has held also several prominent positions, General Secretary, co-authored a book. John Ostrom is a Professor Emeritus of English at Wittenberg University. Ostrom began teaching career in 1927, taught then at The University of Virginia at Augustana College, achieved an international reputation as a Poe scholar. An author has written The Letters of Edgar Allen Poe, Craft of Composition. 1937 Myers joined the faculty of the Gettysburg Theological Seminary in New Testament as a lecturer, was promoted in 1942 to full professor, has served also the Church. Rev. Wallace Fisher has been the Senior Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in PA in Lancaster. Regular attendance include the Sertoma Award on the Urban League Citizen Award and Community Leadership. Ronald Paul is a staff neurosurgeon in York at York Hospital. Paul was a resident instructor at Baylor University School of Medicine in general surgery, earned an M.D. degree from the Duke University School of Medicine, completed then one year and an internship, the primary course in aerospace medicine. Angeline Feeser Haines is, a past president of the Woman. The 1960 Alumni Association presented with an Alumni Service Award. Spence Marks is the director of the U.S. Army Scientific, the author of 22 scientific reports earned from Temple University in education degree. Harold Evans's distinguished career was recognized by the Federation of Insurance Counsel. C.H. Johnson received medical degree in 1935 from the University of Pennsylvania, has taught pathology at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School, is engaged now in Gettysburg in private medical practice. Johnson has published articles in medical journals on heart diseases and hypertension, include being. Yeagy is the currently editor of Central Penn Points, the synod newsletter has served on commissions and numerous church committees. Ira Williams graduated in 1917 from Gettysburg College. Williams's second career covered service in Washington as investment advisor and a tax consultant, including positions of Vice President. Karl Danner Clouser's teaching career began at Harvard College in 1957. Ralph Lewars went to Philadelphia, joined then the faculty of that school, a faculty member. Lewars studied also painting with Roy Nuse and Hobson Pittman. Musser's Air Force career has won service awards and numerous decorations. This position entailed dispatching construction materials for day school buildings. Jean climbed steadily the Civil Service ladder was appointed as First Secretary and Consul to the U.S. Foreign Service. John Stonesifer has served at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center as the manager of the Life Sciences Experiments Program. Rasmussen taught at Harvard Medical School at Gettysburg College, served also at the Children's Hospital, was in the field of radiation detection. Clarence Rogers is the Vice President of International Business Machines Corporation. 1954 Clarence joined IBM in Philadelphia as a sales representative. Rogers was vice president of marketing was elected an IBM vice president in 1972. Dr. J. Michael Bishop is professor of Microbiology in San Francisco. Dr. Kathleen Swaim is Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts. J. William Busch is a Vice President of Caterpillar Tractor Company. Mr. Busch joined Caterpillar in the College Graduate Training Course. Dr. William Boyson is a retired Major General of the United States Army. Graduation served country in three wars through ten different campaigns, pursued Diploma from the University of Glasgow in Soviet Studies, became supervisor and a teacher at the Woodhaven Center of Temple University, entered the U.S. Navy in Newport through Officer Candidate School. Graduation was commissioned in 1960 12. Dr. Clark Bricker is a professor of chemistry at the University of Kansas. Dr. Bricker has taught chemistry at Princeton University and The Johns Hopkins University. Robert Hosking is President of the Columbia Broadcasting System Radio Division. A succession of positions starting for the network's flagship station as an account executive. Congressman Ron Paul has served since 1976 in the U.S House of Representatives. Dr. Paul won a special election to the U.S. House of Representatives, is a member of the House Committee on Urban Affairs and Finance on Banking. The Rev. John Cochran is Director of Center City Parish. Alice Davis was in the only female colonel and the U.S. Army with the rank of colonel, entered military service as a second lieutenant in 1955. Government and law has served on the White House Fellows Commission as a commissioner. Noonan established natural resources and own real estate. John Walborn's career began in Harrisburg at a small pretzel manufacturing plant. Halo Wines Bauer is a Resident Actress in Washington at the Arena Stage. A graduate student was a member of the Catholic University National Players. Robert Parry is Chief Economist and the Executive Vice President. Parry serves currently as Director of the California Bankers Association, was appointed recently by a member of the City Economic Council by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley. Norman Rasmussen is a Professor of Nuclear Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been a member of the MIT faculty. McCormick began career in Boston, became National Editor in New York City for NBC News. 1979 NBC became the Director of News in London for NBC. Rev. George Berkheimer attended the Lutheran Theological Seminary, graduation. Harvard Law School opened law office in 1941 in Gettysburg. Staff judge advocate reviewed numerous Nuremberg Trial documents for legal sufficiency. A result of this contact became attorney for Mrs. Eisenhower and both General. Wolf founded the Dwight D. Eisenhower Society upon the former President's death. Bellamy entered the New York University Law School, the political arena in 1971, was elected to the New York State Senate, served for three terms in this position, assumed the Presidency of the New York City Council, the second highest post in the City government. Bellamy was the first woman. Barry Wright is Chief Executive Officer and the Chairman. Wright's innovative program marked by a credit union and progressive fringe benefits by top market wages. This unique approach has proved successful as Inc. as Temporaries. Brian Avnet is President of Avnet Management began career as General Production Manager with the Peanuts Company. Avnet's efforts served for Bette Midler as General Manager, has worked with Award-winning actor John Voigt with Academy. Brigadier General Girard Seitter entered the Army in 1963, is certified by the American Board of Surgery. General Seitter served as Chief of General Surgery Service. Oak Leaf Cluster was the first Army Medical Department officer. Neumann's Ambulatory Surgery Center is a non-profit public foundation. David Kessler spent time with the United States Air Force Tactical Air Command. George continued education at Yale University, become the Dean of Natural Sciences was cited recently in the world. This current role is responsible for the Faculty for the entire annual State operating budget. Graduation Nancy Connor Springer began a career in McSherrystown as an English teacher, was not teaching. Springer spent three years has been nominated for a Nebula Award. Addition has written several fantasy books for juveniles. Steger earned a master's degree in Statistics and Psychology in a doctorate and Experimental Psychology, served then for the Prudential Insurance Company as Senior Research Analyst, became Provost and the Senior Vice-President at the University of Cincinnati. Robert Hershey is a reporter with the Washington Bureau of The New York Times. Seven years of intuitive reporting was named then deputy editor and assistant editor. Hershey specializes currently in energy and economic trends. Betsy Sanders is General Manager and the Vice President. Cedric Tilberg is the retired Secretary in the Division for Social Concerns. The Central Pennsylvania Synod of the United Lutheran Church pastured churches throughout Pennsylvania. Dr. Edwin Freed is a Professor Emeritus of Biblical Literature holds additional degrees at Harvard University and Gettysburg from the Lutheran Seminary. Dr. Sharon Hunnicutt holds also a doctorate in Stockholm from the Royal Institute of Technology, is in the field of speech synthesis. Dr. Hunnicutt has been a key person in several languages in symbol-to-speech synthesis system. Dr. Hunnicut is a currently Researcher in Hearing and Music in the Department of Speech. General Joel McKean earned a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in mathematics, was at the First Strategic Arms Limitation Talks Senior Military Advisor to the United States Delegation, held also positions as Chief of the Strategic Arms Limitation Office. Dr. Louis Kunkel has a biology degree from Johns Hopkins University from a Ph.D. and Gettysburg College. Genetic research aimed towards the cure of muscular dystrophy, published the results has been president of the Northeast Algal Society since 1996. The Royal Society of London has awarded the Wellcome Foundation Prize. Peter Mucha is a Consultant, also Director of the Emergency Room Surgical Service in the Section of General with the Department of Surgery. Dr. Mucha graduated in Philadelphia from the Hahnemann Medical College. Dr. Charles Glatfelter is Professor Emeritus of History at the College, received Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University in History. Glatfelter began a 40 year career of teaching in 1949 at the College. Dr. Wagoner became a teacher, principal and coach received master's degree from Westminster College in Educational Administration. Allen Veaner received bachelor's degree in Physics, became Cataloguer and Reference Assistant in 1960 at Harvard's Widener Library. The President of Austria presented Ries with the Grand Medal of Honor. Coale received master of social work degree in that year from the University of Georgia. Spinelli taught then at Temple University for a year, worked for 12 years in this capacity, is an accomplished author. James Tarman is director of athletics at Pennsylvania State University. Tarman's career began in 1958 at the Harrisburg Patriot News, served next at Gettysburg College as director of public relations, became the director of athletics has earned such honors in National Collegiate Athletic Association crowns and football as national championships. E. Austin Hess has been part of the family business, Ephrata Diamond Springs Water Company for over 40 years. The Ephrata Diamond Springs Water Company has seen also tremendous growth with Hess over the 43 past years. Georgia Tech established reputation as an outstanding recruiter. Clark assumed position for Tulane University as head basketball coach. Mary Mohr has been president of First Retirement Marketing, Inc. since 1983. Mohr's distinguished professional career has reflected range of knowledge. A marketing associate handling brochure design and copywriting. Rev. Donna Osterhoudt Schaper served first in Tucson as associate pastor of the First Congregational Church, went then to Philadelphia. Paul Miller is Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Jack Bream serves currently Gettysburg College as the Director of the Orange. Bream was named Outstanding Educator of the Year by the Shippensburg Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. Donna Brogan received at a doctorate and Purdue University in statistics. Dr. Brogan served first as an assistant professor, has been also active inside outside the university. Catholic University began working then as a legal assistant in various capacities. Mary Carskadon earned a Ph.D. in Neuro, marked the beginning examined the determinants of daytime sleepiness. Today has more than 5000 trade accounts and seventy employees, has advanced the cause of women. The University and both Johns Hopkins has authored more than reviews and chapters than 100 research articles. Nancy Klein Mintz scored highest among classmates on the test, became then from Gettysburg College. Mintz was admitted in the District of Columbia to the bar. Dr. Smith has received numerous awards, the Intel Individual Achievement Award, the Intel PDQ and the Intel Quality Award. Madison has been a full professor since 1989 at the University, has become also served also for nearly 20 years. Roizman has been recognized widely by the American Society of Cinematographers. The group's Lifetime Achievement Award has been elected just ASC president. William Matz was commissioned immediately a second lieutenant. This assignment marked the beginning of a 30-year military career. Ronald Yocum earned a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in organic chemistry. Arthur Aikin received Ph.D. degrees and M.S. from Penn State in physics. A year working with the French government, joined NASA in 1961. Mimi Koehl received a Ph.D. degree from Duke University in zoology. Koehl has received a Guggenheim Fellowship and a NATO Fellowship among other honors, has been published widely in the mainstream media in professional journals, has taught at Brown at Duke, is a member of the Society for the American Society of Biomechanics for Comparative Biology and Integrative. Muchinsky joined then the faculty at Greensboro at the University of North Carolina, has published widely within the areas of psychometric test theory on a range of topics. A clearinghouse seeking information on technical assistance and certification on financing. John Pawelek completed doctorate in 1967 at Brown University, worked then as associate professor and assistant as a research associate. The editorial board of scientific journals serves on several cancer research programs. Kevin Thomas has written film reviews for the Los Angeles Times, has championed foreign films and both independent American cinema was named a chevalier in France's Order, has served on film festival juries. Joseph Costa has been a highly successful professional actor for a quarter-century. The Musselman Fellow has taught also at the Boston University Theatre Institute and Brooklyn College. Craig Schneider is researcher and an award-winning teacher. Dr. Thomas Dyott helped advance technologies graduated in 1969 from Phi Beta Kappa and Gettysburg magna cum laude, joined Haas and Rohm in 1973, is a co-author of articles in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Dr. Thomas Dyott has served Gettysburg College served also as a commissioner of Upper Gwyned Township. Guy Edmiston was elected bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 1988 in America's Lower Susquehanna Synod, served the ten previous years as synod secretary. J. Wayne Streilein is Joan Stein-Streilein and president, senior scientist of the Schepens Eye Research Institute, an affiliate of the Harvard Medical School. Books respected journals have applied jointly for a patent. Joan received Ph.D. from the University of Texas Health Science Center in microbiology. A distinguished medical career established the Division of Geriatric Medicine helped establish also the first palliative care unit in the state of New Jersey in a long-term care facility. Hare received an M.D. in 1956 from New York Medical College, won acclaim at Gettysburg College as an athlete, has served the college. Ruth Janssen Person has served in higher education as a leader. The library sciences was dean at The Catholic University of America at associate dean and Clarion University. Carnegie Coatings Company was among the top producers of duct tape for many years, is also president of Innovative Industrial Solutions. Doris Pickel Schumacher has risen steadily through pharmaceutical corporation through the ranks of the Schering-Plough. Schumacher has won many awards, many scholarly papers received also a master's degree from Johns Hopkins in organic chemistry. Jacob Yingling majored in history, has served Maryland in roles. Estes has served the College as member and reunion gift committee co-chair as class agent. Robert Chappell is serves on the P.H. Glatfelter Company on the boards of Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, served three years in the U.S. Army, earned an MBA in 1971. The State University of New York was chair of social sciences is an authority on Herbert Hoover. Fausold was president of SUNY received a Ph.D. in 1953 at Syracuse University. Carol Saunders is director of communications research, developed interpretation for zoo, has received major grants from Charitable Trust from the Elizabeth Morse Genius, majored at Gettysburg in psychology and biology. John Thomas was elected president and general minister was pastor in Pennsylvania and Connecticut at churches. The World Council of Churches received in 1975 from Yale University Divinity School, has published in theological journals. Dr. Ronald Myers has earned numerous patents has worked at companies, followed bachelor's degree with a Ph.D. in chemistry, has published frequently in journals. Dr. Ronald Myers has volunteered extensively for students in science outreach programs. Dr. Ralph Pearson is provost, professor and academic vice president has served at a number of institutions as administrator and a professor, earned master's degrees in 1966 at The Johns Hopkins University and New York University, has held key positions. Dr. Ralph Pearson has won also numerous prestigious research grants, many scholarly articles. Kathryn Wolford is president of Lutheran World Relief has served also for the National Council of Churches as Caribbean regional representative. Wolford earned master's degrees from the University of Chicago in religious studies and public policy studies, served on Gettysburg College's Board. A history is the pre-eminent spokesperson, an advocate in the areas of health care for military families, interacts with members of Congress. An economics is the President of Citizens Financial Group for Citizens for integrations and bank acquisitions, has been since 1992 with Citizens, has devoted 28 years of service to the Ford Motor Company. A financial analyst has served also there as director and public policy development manager as a finance manager. A biology is chairman and president joined MassMutual in 1993, include serving on the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts on the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, received Ph.D from the University of Texas in zoology. A biology served at Arlington at the University of Texas, was appointed at Manoa. A Gettysburg persevered at a time, earned PhD from the University of North Carolina in Chemistry. The Attorney General of the United States awarded the prestigious Mary C. Lawton Lifetime Service Award has served at two federal corrections facilities as warden. David Brennan is Chief Executive Officer of London-based AstraZeneca International PLC. Brennan began career at Merck in pharmaceuticals, has served at strategic planning and finance at the highest levels of operations, is a member of the U.S. CEO Roundtable on Cancer. Grayson has served three Virginia Governors on Neglect and Child Abuse on the Advisory Board. Palmer has treated past winners, is a founder of the New Jersey Equine Clinic. Patricia Bryan entered Harvard University School of Law, Juris Doctor degree. Bryan was admitted in the District of Columbia to the bar. Henry joined Harvard University as assistant athletic director. Business administration graduated in 1968 from Gettysburg College. The LeVans's generosity has increased the scholarship support. Vonderschmidt created the Excalibur Day Camp, a reading camp for students. A student leader Marla Graff Decker foreshadowed future career in law. Dougherty commanded later the U.S.S. Concord supply ship as a service squadron. Houldin has been international team leader for Humanity International for Habitat. Mickley joined the faculty at Baldwin Wallace College, is regarded for others as a model. National defense held top-secret security clearance, the Meritorious Civilian Service Award. LLC joined the firm in 1996 in 1990, is credited marketing groups and the sales. Economics earned juris doctor degree on the Camden campus of Rutgers from the School of Law, received a direct commission into the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps. Darpino is Commanding General of the U.S. Legal Services Agency. A political science is general counsel and vice president. Pamela Hemenway Simpson led an exemplary academic career as administrator and scholar as a teacher. The mid-1980s chaired the institution's Coeducation Steering Committee. The Charlotte Wilcox Company has managed more than 70 extraordinary productions. This Earlier year Campbell was elected for the Advancement of Science as a Fellow of the prestigious American Association. 2005 Campbell has served as Molecular Sciences Laboratory of the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as the director of the Environmental. Chagares's nomination gained unanimous approval and swift from the U. S. Senate. Oak became later for Health the principal advisor to the Undersecretary. Henry Wedaa was the founder, General Manager and President. Esterhai has published a textbook, 35 book chapters, 100 peer-reviewed journal articles. Orthopedics Overseas is founding member of the Musculoskeletal Infection Society. David L. Hamilton is Research Professor and Professor Emeritus has contributed to the field of social psychology, leading scholarship in the field, has earned also a number of prestigious awards, the National Institute of Mental Health. Martin earned also a San Antonio Hometown Hero award in 1998. Higgins is CEO and Founder served as Co-Chair and Trustee, was an also active member of the Freedoms Foundation Board graduated with a B.A. from Gettysburg College. Rsquo and Kathryn A. Morris served previously at Butler. Morris graduated Summa Cum Laude in Psychology with a B.A., earned then a master of art. Walker is CEO and President focuses on social responsibility and healthy living on youth development, graduated with a B.A. from Gettysburg College. Mark is the President of the Hourigan Construction Corporation. Hourigan has made through a partnership a commitment to environmentally more sustainable commercial construction, graduated in 1981 from Gettysburg College, earned then an MBA in 1987 from the University of Richmond. Hourigan Construction Corp. completed recently the Brock Environmental Center, an educational facility. This building is the currently Greenest building on the planet. An undergraduate competed in tennis and varsity swimming, was an officer of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity. Howard leads currently a team of 30 lobbyists as the Senior Vice President of Congressional, graduated in 1979 from Gettysburg College. Recent legislative wins include the renewal of the Trade Promotion Authority Act. Rsquo and John Hohneker traded publicly gene therapy company. A member of Skeptical Chemists received MD from the University of Medicine. Rsquo and Inga Holl Musselman has received numerous research grants has also six patents applications. Musselman was a member of the College graduated with a BA in 1982. Reading graduated in 1904 from Reading High School, apprenticed with Potter and Magaziner with Charles Barton Keen. An apprenticeship served mainly in Architect in the Philadelphia office of John T. Windrim. Mr. Muhlenberg's retirement became the sole proprietorship of Lawrence A. Greene.

YearFrederick Augustus Muhlenberg
1904Reading graduated in 1904 from Reading High School.
1912Frederick Muhlenberg earned a master's degree in 1912 from Gettysburg College.
1913Gettysburg College obtained later a M.S. in 1913 from Gettysburg.
1916Harold Sheely Diehl began teaching career in 1916.
1917Ira Williams graduated in 1917 from Gettysburg College.
1924Rev. Dr. F. Eppling Reinartz graduated from Gettysburg College with honors.
1926Alfred Mathias received B.S. in 1926 from Gettysburg College.
1927Ostrom began teaching career in 1927.
1930Millard Gladfelter started career in 1930 at Temple University.
1931Two years beginning in 1967 in 1931.
1932Muhlenberg served from 1932 on the Reading City Council.
1933Pitzer joined the Union Carbide Corporation in 1933.
1935C.H. Johnson received medical degree in 1935 from the University of Pennsylvania.
1940Joseph Baker received an A.B. in 1940 from Gettysburg College.
1941Harvard Law School opened law office in 1941 in Gettysburg.
19421937 Myers was promoted in 1942 to full professor.
1946Spence Marks earned from Temple University in education degree.
1947Amatucci earned B.A. in 1947 from Gettysburg College.
1949Glatfelter began a 40 year career of teaching in 1949 at the College.
1952Dr. Charles Glatfelter received Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University in History.
1953Fausold received a Ph.D. in 1953 at Syracuse University.
1954Muhlenberg lasted until 1954.
1955Alice Davis entered military service as a second lieutenant in 1955.
1956Hare received an M.D. in 1956 from New York Medical College.
1957Karl Danner Clouser's teaching career began at Harvard College in 1957.
1958Tarman's career began in 1958 at the Harrisburg Patriot News.
1959Millard Gladfelter held until 1959 that dual post.
1960Allen Veaner became Cataloguer and Reference Assistant in 1960 at Harvard's Widener Library.
1961A year joined NASA in 1961.
1962Kobayashi was then attorney general of Hawaii from 1962.
1963Dr. Wagoner received master's degree from Westminster College in Educational Administration.
1964Angela Gravino Estes graduated in English with honors.
1966Dr. Ralph Pearson earned master's degrees in 1966 at The Johns Hopkins University and New York University.
1967John Pawelek completed doctorate in 1967 at Brown University.
1968Business administration graduated in 1968 from Gettysburg College.
1969Dr. Thomas Dyott graduated in 1969 from Phi Beta Kappa and Gettysburg magna cum laude.
1970Schumacher received also a master's degree from Johns Hopkins in organic chemistry.
1971Robert Chappell earned an MBA in 1971.
1972Rogers was elected an IBM vice president in 1972.
1973Dr. Thomas Dyott joined Haas and Rohm in 1973.
1975The World Council of Churches received in 1975 from Yale University Divinity School.
1976McCormick became National Editor in New York City for NBC News.
1977Dr. Ronald Myers followed bachelor's degree with a Ph.D. in chemistry.
1979Howard graduated in 1979 from Gettysburg College.
1981Hourigan graduated in 1981 from Gettysburg College.
1982Musselman graduated with a BA in 1982.
1983Mary Mohr has been president of First Retirement Marketing, Inc. since 1983.
1985Two years was named group vice president of research in 1985 for Enron Chemicals.
1987Hourigan earned then an MBA in 1987 from the University of Richmond.
1988A Gettysburg earned PhD from the University of North Carolina in Chemistry.
1989Madison has been a full professor since 1989 at the University.
1990LLC joined the firm in 1996 in 1990.
1992An economics has been since 1992 with Citizens.
1993A biology joined MassMutual in 1993.
1996LLC joined the firm in 1996 in 1990.
1998Martin earned also a San Antonio Hometown Hero award in 1998.

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