Our Community Heroes

 Laura Farmer ‘17 During COVID-19, as a thank you to first responders/healthcare workers, Armbruster Moving and Storage offered to give away up to 5 free local ‘thank-you’ moves to show our appreciation for everything they were doing. We had 4 families take advantage of our offer. They just had to show proof of working either in healthcare or as a first responder (fire, police, EMS). 

Chris Jakab 07 has been helping with the Recovery Center of Medina County and under his leadership has taken the program to the next level. He would tell you to congratulate him, go eat at Serenite! 

  Class Notes  

93 The Best 

Our condolences to Jim Gerspacher whose brother passed away last month. 

‘12 The Rain/Shine Class 

Our condolences to Troy Gerspacher whose father passed away last month. 

’15 The Bridge Builders

Amy Lyon-Galvin has accepted a new position as the Assistant Medina County administrator.

18 Self Driven Class  

 

Pamela Wheeler has a new position as Health Services Coordinator at the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities. She also just completed her Masters degree in Education Business Administration. 

Our condolences to Todd Gerspacher whose father passed away last month. 

’19 The Difference Makers

Tara Haley has accepted a new position at Dedicated Senior Medical Center as a Growth Consultant.

Amber McClain has accepted a position at the Christian Children’s Home as a Treatment Specialist.

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