Bernard M. Murray
Bernard M. Murray ’68 JD of Ghanna, Ohio, was recognized for 50 years of service to the community and the legal profession by The Ohio State Bar Association. Murphy is a self-employed practitioner.
Todd Wickerham '92 of Hudson, Ohio, was promoted to special agent in charge of the Federal Buereu of Investigation's Cincinnati Field Office. Wickerham has served as special assistant for the FBI’s associate deputy director since 2017, acting as a senior adviser on matters involving the management of all personnel, budget, administration and infrastructure across the FBI enterprise.
To Andrew Kin ’06 and Victoria Kin of Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan: a girl, Scarlett Grace Kin, September 18, 2018.
Arthur Weisman ’80 of Shaker Heights, Ohio, has been recognized as a 2019 Best in State Wealth Advisor by Forbes. Weisman has 32 years of experience in the financial services industry and is managing director – investment officer of Wells Fargo Advisors in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
Carrye "Betsy" Schenk
Carrye "Betsy" Schenk '62 of Manchester, New Hampshire, was crowned Ms. Senior New Hampshire for 2018, and traveled to Atlantic City, New Jersey, with friends from Birch Hill Retirement Community for the National Pageant in Atlantic City in October 2018.
To Jason Hurley ’03 (LM) and Jill Hurley of Clarence Center, New York: a boy, Liam James, May 21, 2017.
Aliena Schmidtke ’16 of Bad Segeberg, Germany, is training to qualify for the German Olympic Swim Team for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. She is training with the Gator Swim Club in Gainesville, Florida, which is comprised of 10 Olympic hopefuls, including standout swimmers such as Ryan Lochte and Caeleb Dressel.
To Brittany Dulmage ’10 and Andrew Dulmage ’09 of Chicago, Illinois: a girl, Evelyn Adele, February 20, 2019.
William "Bill" Wahoff
William "Bill" Wahoff ’82 JD of Columbus, Ohio, was inducted as a fellow of the College of Labor & Employment Lawyers at a ceremony in San Francisco November 10, 2018.
Donald Staffo ’78 PhD of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has retired as professor and department chair emeritus from Stillman College following a 50-year career as an educator in health and physical education. He also retired from a simultaneous 40-year career as a sports journalist that included covering University of Alabama football and basketball for 30 years for the Associated Press. Throughout his career he has been inducted into five halls of fame, won numerous awards and distinctions, and has written 10 books and more than 2,150 articles.
Philip Helal ’86 of Strongsville, Ohio, has retired as director of enterprise applications at Arconic Inc. in Newburgh Heights, Ohio.
Sarah Chrobak ’14 of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, was recognized as a 30 under 30 Rising Star from the Institute of Supply Management. ISM 30 Under 30 Supply Chain Stars is a recognition program that acknowledges young purchasing/supply chain management professionals for their passion, creativity and contributions to supply chain. The program focuses on skills like leadership, innovation, collaboration and other outstanding attributes at work and through their professional associations.