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In NovemberEric returned to the area with his basketball team to take on Binghamton University. Prior to coaching at Marywood, Eric served as a student assistant for the Binghamton University basketball team from to He went on to assist the mens team at Broome Community College for two seasons before becoming the head coach at Lackawanna where he earned three Coach of the Year honors.
Grundman also serves as the assistant director of athletics at Marywood and coaches golf. Charlene was the star pitcher of a softball program that was nationally-ranked all four of her collegiate seasons A three-time all-region selection, she still holds the program record with 54 career wins and ranks second in both strikeouts and earned run average 1.
Her brother, Brad Cook is also a noted athlete and is an assistant baseball coach for the Polk State Vikings in Florida.
Charlene currently resides in New Hampshire with her husband Mike and their two sons, Zachary and Grady. In June ofthe couple were married after dating over nine years. Sean initially proposed to Michaela at their high school graduation ceremony in He is a resident hall director at Binghamton University and is working on his Masters degree in Student Affairs.
Michaela is a certified chiropractic assistant in Endwell. As a dancer, she was a founding member of Parsons Dance in They are the proud parents of Catherine and Henry Hurlin. She is now employed with the Broome County Health Department working for a Department of Health program as a public health educator. Inhe was the recipient of the Elton Prize, awarded by the British Ecological Society each year for the best paper in the Journal of Animal Ecology written by a young author.
Philip's research interests focus on the roles animals play within their ecosystems and how changes in biotic and abiotic factors can influence the spatiotemporal pattern of predator effects. He is currently investigating the habitat use and foraging ecology of juvenile bull sharks in the Shark River Slough of the Florida Coastal Everglades. While there, they spent time with the Wounaan people, an indigenous tribe.
The students spent long days cleaning up the community, conducting church services, mentoring, ministering to the youth and running a vacation bible school.
Taylor took part in numerous construction projects to improve the quality of life for the people. She helped build composting latrines for the village in an effort to combat disease. The endeavor took several days and involved transporting bricks, lbs of cement and lbs of sand and gravel up a mountain in hot, tropical weather. In addition, Taylor and the other students went from house to house praying for the Wounaan people.
She noted her favorite part of the trip was spending time with the children of the village. Another memorable highlight was being on a fishing boat on the Pacific Ocean during a thunderstorm. Taylor is a missions major at Oral Roberts University. Service to others is her passion, and she believes in reaching others by meeting their practical needs first and their spiritual needs second.
Her plan is to become a full-time missionary to a foreign country. He was then selected for assignment on President George H. While on active duty he attended college at night and weekends and in he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Management from Park University.
Bush and President Barack Obama, traveling globally on 63 Presidential missions. Prior to Florida Southern, Cook returned to Johnson City as the head baseball coach of the varsity team for two seasons, leading his team to the Class A State Championship game in He also served as a collaborative math teacher for JC.
Following his collegiate career, he played two seasons with the Elmira Pioneers of the independent Northeast League. Corey Lewis, Class of Former Johnson City student and graduate, Corey Lewis, was recently honored by the Keystone College athletic department as a student-athlete who has excelled in the classroom. He was among 48 student-athletes to attend the school's annual Athletics Academic Excellence Luncheon, recognizing those who have compiled a grade point average of 3.
We would like to congratulate Corey on his fine achievement and for continuing to make Johnson City proud. Michael Lishman, Class of The District received an email in the fall of from Michael Lishman, a former Rotary exchange student from Australia who visited the high school during the late early school year. Michael shared many fond memories of his time spent at Johnson City. After returning to Australia, Michael attended law school and became a lawyer in He is currently a partner with a large law firm.
Michael is married and has two daughters ages 23 and Jerod Edmonson, Class of Jerod Edmonson is currently playing first base and center field for the Pittsfield Colonials baseball team.
In six games, Jerod hit. He also had an on-base percentage of. He also had a slugging percentage of.
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The year-old began his professional baseball career in playing for the Brockton Rox and Nashua Pride. Jones, Class of Christopher M. His research and teaching specialties are U.
He has a particular interest in the role of bureaucratic organizations and politics within the U. His books, journal articles, and chapters have examined a range of subjects, including arms control, export control policy, leadership accountability, weapons procurement, intelligence, NATO enlargement, organizational change within the foreign policy bureaucracy, and the future of American foreign policy.
He served in the army for five years; worked 14 years for the International Paper Co. Inhe became an executive vice president for Interstate Resources, but due to the poor economic climate, decided to pursue other options. In AugustTim and Jill opened a franchise painting business: They subcontract or hire painters who can provide high quality house painting.
Tim and Jill have three daughters.
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He is currently working as a structural engineer for Dutchland Inc. Nicole Balles, Class of Nicole graduated from St. She is currently applying for an internship in Business Administration. The national competition received nearly 80 entries and focused on the proposed retrofit of a s-era federal office building in downtown Los Angeles.
He won 47 of them, including 10 in a row at one time.
This was supposed to be his coming-out party. He was driving a controversial and potentially dangerous rear-engine car, entered by Mickey Thompson, that was unlike any other in the field, including its full-fender design. But it didn't happen.
MacDonald somehow lost control of the car in the turn — how has been debated for decades — and slammed into the inside wall, bursting into flames from the gasoline. As the car came back up the track, Sachs came along and ran into the MacDonald car, causing still another explosion and sending thick black smoke into the bright Indiana sky.
A handful of other cars were involved because of the smoke, and the race was stopped for more than an hour. Foyt finally won it.
Sherry flew back to California in J. Agajanian's private jet, fully intending that it would be she who broke the devastating news to her children, Rich and younger sister Vicki. Rich MacDonald, who over the years has made learning everything — everything — about his father a personal crusade, said that moment at the foot of the stairway leading from the plane to the tarmac "was pretty devastating to my mom when she realized that someone else clearly had already told us and she wasn't going to be able to have that moment.
I've come to grips with the entire situation, but it's still raw for her. It's going to be difficult for her. According to the AP, at least 66 people have died because of auto racing since at the site, including 40 drivers, 14 mechanics and nine spectators. The s was by far the deadliest decade with 21 deaths, while the '50s and '60s each saw eight people perish.
Advancements in technology are credited with saving lives, with just four deaths at the speedway since After the MacDonald-Sachs crash, cars were fueled with less volatile methanol starting in It's all about the equipment, the safety.
Dan Wheldona two-time Indy champion, was killed in a race in Las Vegas and driver Justin Wilson died from injuries suffered when he was struck by debris in a race last season at Pocono. His brother, Stefan Wilson, will race the Indy in his honor. It was all things racing.
I was into cars … never went anywhere without a [toy] car in my hand. Had that happened when I was 19, it would have been a different story. But at 6, you grow up, and in a short period of time, get used to him not being there.
I played baseball, basketball and football. His crew had a layover one night in Indianapolis. Rich went to an Indiana Pacers game. He says he never even gave a thought to visiting the Speedway. He went after information about his father with a vengeance.
Inhe set up a website, www. Edward "Eddie" Sachs Jr. I think he was testing the waters.