Joseph D. Hertrich, BS C&E general studies ’68, was awarded the 2021 Master Brewers Association of the Americas Distinguished Life Service Award. The award recognizes members of the Master Brewers who have provided sustained and exceptional lifetime commitment and service to the association.
Joseph F. Lamendola, MS chemistry ’74, PH ’81, joined Faegre Drinker Consulting as senior director in the Washington, D.C., office.
Frank M. Stearns, MS, HU biological chemistry ’72, PhD, HU ’78, co-authored, along with his Hahnemann advisor, Associate Professor Herbert J. Eichel (deceased 2017), “Pyridine Nucleotide-Linked Lactate Dehydrogenase of Tetrahymena: Evidence for D- and L- Enzymes in the Mitochondria,” which appeared in the May-June issue of the Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
Harry Stout, BS accounting ’76, launched a financial wellness podcast, FinancialVerse.
Roseann B. Termini, BS human behavior and development ’75, spoke about “The COVID-19 Modern Era Pandemic —The Impact of the 1905 United States Supreme Court decision of Jacobson: Compulsory Vaccination under State Police Power vs. the Individual Right to Refuse a Vaccination” at The Temple American Inn of Court meeting in December 2021. Termini also published a 2022 edition of “Federal Regulation of Drugs, Biologics, Medical Devices, Foods, Dietary Supplements, Personal Care, Veterinary and Tobacco Products.”
William Crouse, BS commerce & engineering ’84, retired from the N.J. Air National Guard (pictured below) after 33 years of service as a traditional part-time guardsman, and from AT&T after a 35-year career in sales and marketing. As a pilot, Crouse flew the KC-135 tanker from McGuire Air Force Base and was a multiple tour combat veteran. He has started a new career as a pilot for United Airlines based out of Newark Liberty Airport.
While every step in a flyer’s career is an important one, the final flight, or “fini-flight” as it’s known amongst aircrew members, is the capstone. When USAF pilots complete their last flight on their last day at a unit, they exit the plane to an immediate barrage of water as their family, friends and coworkers douse them with fire hoses. Champagne follows soon after as they celebrate the time they’ve had together at that unit.
Stuart Green, BS finance ’89, joined the Veradigm leadership team as senior vice president and general manager of its life science business.
Kiplee Bell Morris, Cert., MCP HU gerontology ’99, is the founder and CEO of the Kevin John McAleese Memorial Foundation, which hosted its 3rd Annual Believe Gala in September 2021.
Nicole A. Cashman, BS design & merchandising ’94, was recognized by the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists with the 2021 Presidents Award. Additionally, Cashman was named on the list of 2021 Most Admired CEOs by the Philadelphia Business Journal, and the Philly Power 100 list by City & State magazine.
Terry L. Donat, MD, HU medicine ’91, was elected to a six-year term on the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Vanessa Brown Nedrick, BS civil engineering ’00, MS engineering management ’09, joined the executive team at Remington & Vernick Engineers as a shareholder.
Jill DiClementi, MS interior design ’01, director of interior design at Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., has been promoted to associate principal.
Terry Kufen, MS information systems ’02, was promoted to chief information officer at Cozen O’Connor.
Michele J. LaMarr-Suggs, BSN nursing ’09, was honored at the Kevin John McAleese Memorial Foundation 3rd Annual Believe Gala in September 2021.
Richard Quinn, BARCH architecture ’05, was promoted to principal at Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc.
Chari Cohen, DrPH community health & prevention ’15, senior vice president of the Hepatitis B Foundation, will become president of the foundation, effective July 2022.
Eric Johnson, BS civil engineering ’11, MS engineering management ’20, project engineer at the engineering firm Pennoni, was recognized as the 2022 Young Engineer of the Year by the Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers.
Robert Kudenchak, MBA business administration ’16, was named to the Building Design + Construction Top 40 Under 40 class of 2022 in the architecture, engineering and construction industry.
Glenna L. Stone, MS interior architecture & design ’10, is the founder of Glenna Stone Interior Design, which was featured in “Inspired Interiors,” an oversized coffee table book featuring the work of more than 70 interior design professionals.
Rebecca A. Walker, RN, BSN nursing ’15, is the vice president of the Kevin John McAleese Memorial Foundation, which hosted its 3rd Annual Believe Gala in September 2021.
Katrina Carozza-Beach, BA communication ’05, and Robert Carozza were married on Sept. 19, 2020, and due to Covid-19, celebrated with friends and family on Sept. 4, 2021.