April Class Notes

Class Notes

’92 The Charter

Elaine Reichart

Leadership Medina County extends its condolences to Elaine Reichart, whose partner, Pete Ulrich, Class of 2003, passed away in March.

’02 The Enlightened

Leadership Medina County offers it’s condolences to Joseph Ramey, whose father passed away in March.

’03 The Futurist


Leadership Medina County offers our condolences to the friends and family of LMC alumni Pete Ulrich.

’05 The Ultimate

Chris Kalina was appointed to serve on the Medina County Planning Commission. Chris has been involved with township zoning in Medina County since 1996.

’06 The Enterprising

Johanna Perrino received the 2020 Berkshire Hathaway Honor Society Award at the recent Awards for The Preferred Realty & Stouffer Realty.  Real estate sales professionals that achieve this award are in the top 16% of Berkshire Hathaway agents nationally.

’08 That Class

Mari Halkovich has been selected by the editors of the Akron Beacon Journal to serve on the five-member Citizens’ Editorial Review Board. The board members meet weekly and  interact with the editors and discuss ideas for newspaper articles and editorials.

’16 Silver Jubilee

Ryan Carlson will be joining the board of directors for Creative Living for Life, part of Medina Creative Housing.

Leadership Medina County offers our condolences to Janice Jokkel, whose father, Jim Wilson, passed away in March. His obituary can be viewed here.

’19 The Difference Makers

Jill Tuebl will be celebrating her 20th anniversary with the Medina County Park District in April.

’21 The Resilient 

Kim Wolff was recently elected as an executive board member of the Ohio Association for Behavior Analysis, serving as secretary for a 2 year term.

CFRE International has named Lori Zoss Kraska (Lori A. Zoss) as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).

LEAD Institute ’21

Samantha Wonkovich was recently accepted into The University of Akron to pursue her degree in Human Resources.

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