’06 The Enterprising
Johanna Perrino ’06 was nominated as an Outstanding Individual Community Advocate at the 2022 Medina County Business Awards ceremony.
’16 Silver Jubilee
Janice Jokkel ’16 owner of The Biz Hive in Medina, has opened her second location in Wadsworth. As a boutique-style business center, they support organizations with virtual assistants, office and meeting rentals, business workshops and printing needs.
Gail Ebey ’20 was promoted to Branch Manager of the Lodi Branch of Medina County District Library.
Jenny Young LEAD ’21 was nominated as an Outstanding Individual Community Advocate at the 2022 Medina County Business Awards ceremony.
’22 The Phoenix
Greg Davis ’22 has announced that the dedication of their new church building and the first service will be held on November 20, 2022, at 10:30am. He is excited and thankful to God for bringing them through their journey of faith and miracles.
Bryan Lefelhoc ’22 is proud to announce the opening of his own marketing company Bryan Media Strategies, LLC. Having 32 years of experience, his company helps business leaders generate brand building strategies at affordable prices.
Jon Allen LEAD ’22 of Luke Engineering in Wadsworth, owned by LEAD Institute alumni, Meghan Bates and her family, was nominated for the Business Growth award this year at the Medina County Business Awards.
Alex Miday LEAD ’22 was awarded Employee of the Year for 2022 from Sandridge at last month’s Sandridge Company Picnic.