Anu Saxena '01 of McLean, Virginia, has been named Senior Vice President and Global Head of Procurement for Hilton Supply Management.
Stacy Paz ’97 of Palo Alto, California, is a co-managing partner of the Silicon Valley office of DLA Piper, a global law firm. Paz is also the co-chair of DLA Piper's Transactional Tax Practice.
Marc Greenberg '82 of Long Beach, California, is the counsel at Tucker Ellis LLP in Los Angeles, California. Greenberg’s focus is on white collar criminal defense, cyber-crime, environmental and workplace safety emergency response, maritime and energy issues and business litigation.
Michael Penn '88 of Baden, Pennsylvania, has been selected to be 1 of 5 teachers to travel to Antarctica to be a part of PolarTREC, an educational research experience that partners grades 6-12 educators in science with polar science researchers.
Howard Wingert '78 (LM) of Tipp City, Ohio, was presented with the 2018 Robert E. Yoakum Award, one of the most prestigious honors in the precast concrete industry, at the National Precast Concrete Association’s 53rd Annual Convention in Providence, Rhode Island. Wingert is the president of Concrete Sealents Inc.
David J. DelFiandra ’96 of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is licensed to practice law in the state of Florida. DelFiandra is a partner with Leech Tishman and Chair of the firm's Estates & Trusts Practice Group. He is based in the firm's Pittsburgh office and also serves clients near their Sarasota, Florida office.
Patrick Pascarella '80 of San Antonio, Texas, is a partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton’s Washington D.C. office on the firm’s internationally recognized Antitrust & Trade Regulation Practice.
Susan Lehmann-Willman and Karl Willman
Susan Lehmann-Willman ’94 and Karl Willman of Euless, Texas: September 15, 2018.
David Maune '70 MS, '73 PdD of Fairfax, Virginia, has been reappointed by The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to its Hydrographic Services Review Panel and will serve another four-year term on the panel.
Sheldon Ocker ’64 of Akron, Ohio received the J.G. Taylor Spink Award for writers as part of the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s induction weekend in July. He spent 33 years covering the Cleveland Indians for the Akron Beacon Journal from 1981 to 2013 before retiring from the newspaper in January 2014.
Dr. Daniel Jay Baxter ’71 of New York, New York is the author of One Life at a Time: An American Doctor’s Memoir of AIDS in Botswana. Baxter worked in Botswana for six years, and was a driving force of the country’s HIV/AIDS treatment program.
Joseph Guenther ’12 of Lakewood, Ohio, has been elected to the board of directors of Cleveland Classical Guitar Society (CCGS). The CCGS provides life-changing experiences to over 200 young people in the city of Cleveland through classical guitar classes at no cost to the students.