Class Notes: April 2016

’01  The Synergetic

Kyle White, our condolences on the passing of your mother.


’06  The Enterprising

Stacy Bonitz,
Philpott Solutions Group, has been selected by Northeast Ohio’s Smart Woman for their 2016 Progressive Woman Award. Stacy was selected, by the judges, from hundreds of nominations to be honored at Smart Women’s upcoming event on April 20, 2016.


’08  That Class

Joe McNeill,
Westfield Bank, accepted a board member position with Wadsworth Chamber of Commerce.

Nicholas Solar, City of Brunswick, after 38 years with the City of Brunswick Division of Police, Nick will be retiring. His last day of work will be May 13th, 2016.


’11 The Emerald Class

Kathy Breitenbucher,
accepted the position of Business Development Manager with the Medina County Economic Development effective March 21, 2016.


’12 The Rain/Shine ClasS

Matt Wiederhold,
has accepted a position as the development director for the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio. Their mission is one that personally resonates with Matt, and he’s excited to embark on a new career. His last official day with Main Street Medina will be Friday, April 15th.


’13 The Visionary Class

Randy Bennett, helped establish STEM related activies in Medina. Learn more about the up-coming student activites for elementary aged students at


’14 The Class On Fire

Maria Kipfstuhl, has accepted a position of Business Continuity Consultant with Avalution Consulting.


’15 The Bridge Builders Class

Kelly Poole, Community Action Wayne/Medina, and her husband Josh, raised funds in their son Braeden’s memory for a Cuddle Cot to help other parents at Medina Hospital’s Family Birthing Center. The refrigerated cot, resembling a bassinet, allows babies to remain in the hospital room, giving parents precious time with them after birth.


’16 Silver Jubilee

Shannon Waller, has accepted a new job as the Chief Operating Officer for Summit County’s humane society, Pawsibilities.


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