October Class Notes

’99 The Dynamic

Nancy Likens retired from the Wadsworth Center for Older Adults in September. Read more here:


’03 The Futurist

Westfield Bank was recently recognized by ERC with a NorthCoast 99 Award, which honors Northeast Ohio workplaces for their efforts in attracting, developing, and retaining top talent.
This is the first time Westfield Bank has won this award.
“We are honored to be recognized for the first time with a NorthCoast 99 Award for attracting, developing, and retaining top talent in Northeast Ohio. And we’re proud of our employees, who are the drivers of innovation and growth for Westfield Bank as an organization,” Jon Park, chairman and CEO, Westfield Bank, said in a statement.
’11 The Emerald Class

Kathy Breitenbucher was named Advisory Council Member of the Year for the

Medina County Career Center.

’12 The Rain/Shine Class

Beth Tresch is an honoree in this year’s Smart Women Awards Conference. She is an honoree for the Progressive Women Award. This category was created for women who have risen through the ranks of their careers, overcoming significant challenges along the way. This Award is presented by Smart Business Cleveland and Cuyahoga Community College.

’14 The Class on Fire

Kathy Warner has accepted the position as the new Job Development Services Manager at Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates.

Ann Plazek, Outreach Services Manager at the Medina District Library, was one of three persons in the country awarded the John Philip Excellence in Outreach honor by the Association of Bookmobile and Outreach Services. The award is presented in recognition of outstanding contributions and prominent leadership in outreach services.

’17 The Collaborators

Jamie Stilla has accepted a promotion to be the Manager of the Lodi Library.

’18 Self Driven Class

Michelle Reese received the Greater Akron Chamber 30 for the Future Award. Read more here: https://greaterakronchamber.org/about-the-chamber/chamber-press-room/chamber-press/2020/chamber-announces-2020-30-for-the-future-recipient

’19 Difference Makers

Amber McClain received a promotion to be a Family Integration Therapist.

Andrea Reedy and her husband recently purchased Dance d’Elegance in Medina.


Edward Hopson has been accepted to the Project Learn Board.

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