Class Notes: April 2017

Class Notes

 

’94  The Finest

Lucy Sondles, has joined the Medina County Career Center as an adult education instructor to develop and present custom designed sessions (such as soft skills) to employees of businesses & manufacturing companies in the area.

 

’95  The Greatest

Dan Hostetler, Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau, in January he became the 2017 President of Adventures in Northeast Ohio, a Regional Tourism Association. In February he became President of the Medina County Arts Council for 2017.

 

 ’97  The Perfect

Lena Knight, Midpoint Campus Center, our condolences on the passing of your mother.

Skip Sipos, Medina Metropolitan Housing Authority, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Community Improvement of the Year.

 

 ’98  The Favorite

Nancy Abbott, Medina Municipal Court, is running for re-election as Clerk of Court.

Cindie Schneider, after 17 years as executive director of the HANDS Foundation will be moving on to start a new chapter of her life. Also our condolences on the passing of your mother-in law.

 

’00  The Spirited

Ron Paydo, Huntington National Bank, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Outstanding Business of the Year.

 

’01  The Synergetic

Kyle White, OSU Extension, Medina County, OSU is offering summer classes for anyone interested in continuing education related to population health . The classes will be held at OSU College of Public Health in Columbus this summer. More information can be found here https://cph.osu.edu/practice/summer-program OSU also offers programs for young people over the summer https://www.osc.edu/education/summer_programs

When registering please indicate you were referred by OSU Extension in Medina.

 

’02  The Enlightened

Evelyn Czyz, Brunswick Hills Township, and her husband Benjamin became grandparents for the first time on March 15 to their granddaughter (Kayleigh).

 

’07  The Inspired

Cindy Kemsuzian, Project: LEARN, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization of the Year.

 

’08  That Class

Joe McNeill, Westfield Bank, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Business Manager of the Year.

 

Tom Sigel, ORMACO, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization of the Year.

 

’10 The Social Class

Maureen Mizerak, Wadsworth YMCA Community Center, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Business Manager of the Year.

 

’11 The Emerald Class

Kathy Breitenbucher, Medina County Economic Development Corporation, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Business Advocate of the Year.

 

’14 The Class On Fire

Ann Plazek, Medina County District Library, was spotlighted by Library Journal as a Mover & Shaker who is transforming what it means to be a librarian. http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2017/03/people/movers-shakers-2017/ann-plazek-movers-shakers-2017-community-builders/

 

’15 The Bridge Builders Class

Rhonda Wurgler, Children’s Center of Medina County, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization of the Year.

 

’16 Silver Jubilee

Kimberly Corrigan, Pearlview Rehab & Wellness Center, was recently awarded Professional Certification by the American College of Health Care Administrators, thereby demonstrating a commitment to high professional standards and providing the best quality care to customers.

 

Sam Livingston, is very proud to announce that he has opened his own Medina-based Realtor team and joined the national agent owned brokerage, eXp Realty! He is looking forward to having more flexibility in his business and with his clients. His service will, as always, be top of the notch in the industry and will continue to soar to new heights!

Zigmond Novak, Advanced Insurance Designs Inc. is celebrating our 40th Anniversary this year.

 

’17 The Collaborators

Mark Dzurec, EDSI-OhioMeansJobs Medina County, is proud to announce that currently through OhioMeansJobs Medina County employers may be eligible to receive on-the-job training dollars now until June 30th to train new hires in a number of in-demand fields. The fields must be in-demand and based on the size of the company may be eligible for up to 50% wage reimbursement of the new hires wages during a prescribed training period.

 

Sandy Hinkle, Feeding Medina County, is a Rosie Awards nominee for Outstanding Nonprofit Organization of the Year.

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