February 2022 Class Notes

’95  The Greatest

Dan Hostetler ’95 has been elected to the Adventures in Northeast Ohio Board. The Organization promotes Tourism in Northeast Ohio. Dan was also nominated again this year for Cleveland Magazines top 500.

Sharon Ray ‘95, State Representative, was honored on January 14th, 2022 and received the bi-partisan Ohio Association of Election Officials annual Legislator of the Year award along with her fellow Representative Bride Sweeney.  As a former Medina County Board of Election member, this recognition is very special to her.

Will Koran ’95, was appointed to the Medina County District Library board of trustees.

’06  The Enterprising

Jerome T. Klue ’06 was recognized with the Statewide CIT Law Enforcement Leader of the Year Award by the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center for Excellence and NAMI Ohio.

Johanna Perrino ‘06 and her staff at WCTV were featured in January’s edition of the Joy of Medina County magazine.

Check it out!  https://issuu.com/joyofmedinacounty/docs/joy_january_2022/2

Johanna was also named Sales Agent of the Month of December 2021for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Stouffer Realty.

’08  That Class

Colleen Rice ’08 was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Western Reserve Masonic Community. She is the first woman and first non-Mason to sit on the Board of Trustees for Western Reserve Masonic Community.

’09  A Class Act

Sharon Holmes ’09 was appointed to the Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital Board of Trustees. The effective date was November 4, 2021.

Denise Testa ’09 has joined the Integrated Community Solutions board. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/Integrated.OHIO.

’10 The Social Class

Phillip Titterington ’10, Medina County ADAMH Board Executive Director and Stefanie Robinson ’20, OhioGuidestone Peer Recovery Coordinator, invite you to a Virtual Housewarming Event of Discovery Recovery House, a Level 3 recovery house offering supervised living conditions for up to 12 women who are actively working towards long term sobriety. The staff is asking for community support with donations to help provide many essential items for the women staying at the facility.  Please visit the links attached to see how you can support their cause.

Amazon list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/genericItemsPage/1NBKWZ4I6CA2K

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANUM1C8a40Q

’12 The Rain/Shine Class

Tracy Crandall ‘12 has been promoted to Vice President – Compliance, Associate General Counsel, ESG Lead at RPM International Inc.

’14 The Class On Fire

Heather Taylor ’14 was awarded the Certificate of Excellence as a Top 3 Advertising Agency in Akron for 2022 from ThreeBestRated.

Kathy Warner ’14 has joined Medicare Advisors of Ohio as a Senior Medicare Advisor servicing the Medina, Wadsworth and Middleburg Hts. areas.

’15 The Bridge Builders Class

Mark Bollinger ’15 announced they are in their 10th year of business in Brunswick (Bollinger Funeral Goods and Services) and just purchased the Reichlin-Roberts Funeral Home in Elyria. It will eventually be named the Reichlin-Roberts-Bollinger Funeral Home. Along with their ownership of the Wyers-Bollinger Funeral Chapel in Sheffield, they now have three locations to serve people during their time of need.

’18 Self Driven Class

Danica Zeise ’18 is serving as the Board Vice Chair for the Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit & Medina Counties.  She has been on the board since 2019. The Battered Women’s Shelter of Summit and Medina Counties serves all survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, creed, race, country of origin, immigration status, income, or ability.

‘19 The Difference Makers

Troy McClowry ‘19, President of LLA Therapy, announces that the pediatric therapy practice has relocated its Medina clinic to the Montville Centre Plaza on Route 18. With the new clinic and additional space, LLA Therapy has increased its service offerings in the area to include behavior, occupational, physical, reading, and speech therapy.

Kara Wolff ’19 has joined the Integrated Community Solutions board. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/Integrated.OHIO.

’20 In Focus

Jennifer Bilek ’20 started a new position as Business System Manager – ERP Implementation at Clampco Products, Inc.

Tom O’Connell ’20 of  Habitat for Humanity, Medina County, won Spirit of Main Street at the Main Street Medina Annual Meeting.

Stefanie Robinson ’20 (Phillip Titterington ’10)

’21 Resilient

Lori Zoss Kraska ‘21 was interviewed/featured for an article for PAR (Professionals for Association Revenue) on how to attract and retain top sponsorship sales and revenue generating talent in this competitive job market.  Read the article at


LEAD Institute 2021

Meghan Bates LEAD Institute ’21 is now on the Board for the Wadsworth Scholarship Foundation.

Class of 2022

Jason French ‘22 has been promoted to President of Western Reserve Masonic Community and Browning.

Denise Klag ’22 is newly elected to the Hinckley Chamber of Commerce Executive board.

Stephanie Mueller ’22 has been asked to serve as Race Director for the ZERO the End of Prostate Cancer Cleveland-area Run/Walk taking place in August (date TBD). She became involved with ZERO in 2012 when her dad was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. The 2012 Cleveland Run/Walk was the very first 5k that she ever ran. Since then, she has run the race every year to honor her dad, a 9-year survivor. Reach out to Stephanie if you’re interested in getting involved as a participant, volunteer or sponsor!

Stephanie was also appointed to the Uptown Park Advisory Committee with a term expiring December 31, 2024.

LEAD Institute 2022

Alex Miday, LEAD Institute ’22 recently proposed, and she said YES!!  Congratulations, Alex!

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