Class Notes: January 2019

’06  The Enterprising

Johanna Perrino, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Kovack Realtors, has completed coursework and received the Seniors Real Estate Specialists® (SRES) designation.  SRES® Realtors are qualified to address the needs of home buyers and sellers age 50+. By earning the SRES® Designation, Johanna has demonstrated the necessary knowledge and expertise to counsel clients age 50+ through major financial and lifestyle transitions in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home.

’08  That Class

Joe McNeill, Westfield Bank, was named the 2019 Vice-President of the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce.

’10 The Social Class

Joe Magnacca, Wadsworth City Schools, recently completed two three-year terms with the Wadsworth Area Board of Directors. Joe served as President, Vice-President, Past-President, as well as Program Chair.

’15 The Bridge Builders Class

Vicky Nann, Toastmasters International District 10 became a member of the Medina Hospital Foundation board of directors earlier this year.

Terry Grice, Montville Police Department, became a member of the Medina Hospital Foundation board of directors earlier this year.

’18 Self Driven Class

Michelle Reese, started a new position as an associate attorney in the commercial real estate practice group at Roetzel & Andress in Akron.

Jr. Leadership Class of 2016

Blake Kalina, a current senior in the Public Safety program at the Medina County Career Center, has been named one of five U.S. Presidential Scholar Career Technical Semifinalists in Ohio. .  Blake will be recognized at the Ohio Association for Career Technical Education Legislative Seminar in January 2019.  He will also receive an invitation to apply for national recognition by the U.S. Department of Education, which selects up to 20 high school CTE students annually for its U.S. Presidential Scholars program.  The program was established to honor the nations’ most distinguished graduating high school seniors.  Blake plans on continuing in the medical field in college and has already received multiple direct acceptance and merit awards to many of Ohio’s most competitive colleges and universities.

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