Patti Weinstein welcomed grandson Parker David Weinstein on May 24th weighing in at 8lbs. 7 oz. and 22"
Diana Misich welcomed her first grandchild, Noah Joseph Paulson on June 8th weighing in at 10.04 lbs and 20"
Karen Edmundson's son Nick was married to Danne in May.
Barb Hogan's daughter Nicole married Dr. Chris Zust on June 3, 2017.
Genny Sivula-Phillips' youngest daughter, Becky, married Adam Robertson on July 1, 2017 in Canton at Skyland Pines. Her sister, Katie was the Matron of Honor and gave a heartwarming toast! It was a joyous and beautiful day!
Kathy Cooper's son Greg married Kristy on July 29, 2017.
Barb Hogan's daughters, Nicole and Brittany, graduated in May from college. Her oldest daughter Nicole is now Dr. Hogan MD specializing in Neurology. Se and her husband are both doing their residency in Columbia, South Carolina.
In the Community
Debbie Hall has volunteered at Tri-Point Hospital for 50 years! Currently, she volunteers at the information desk and transport.
Cheryl Blizzard volunteers at Tri-Point Hospital.
Teresa Gerboth & Terri Martin have become Provisional Members of the Western Reserve Junior Service League.
Diane Ingels regularly volunteers at Melridge Elementary and in Terri Martin's classroom. In addition, since she's been retired, has been Mother Goose in Terri's classroom play, "Mother Goose's Goose is Loose." Diane also is a member of "Stichers" which is a group at Painesville United Methodist Church.
Pam Richmann continues to teach young women entering 8th grade at Be WISE STEM Summer Camp at Denison University. The camp is filled with fun STEM learning experiences for both students and teachers!
Hannah Fairbanks was named 2017 Adjunct Professor of the Year by the staff and students at Lake Erie College.
Pam Richmann retired after 39 years of teaching mathematics to middle school students and being a sixth grade advisor. She is retiring to be a "full time" grandma to her two-year old grandson, Aiden.
Karen Edmundson retired after 24 years in Perry Public Schools as a paraprofessional.
Recently, Teresa Sternberg has received funding for two donors choose.org grants: guided reading books and 10 Chromebook for her classroom. In addition, she was selected to receive a Mary Pope Osborne grant for books for her classroom. ( Making a combined total of over $2300!)