John Mallory ’58 (Behrend 1952-54) is a retired personnel manager who worked for Westinghouse and Northrop Grumman. He and his wife, Sue Smith Mallory ’58, have lived in Saratoga, Calif., for more than fifty years. John writes that he and Sue are active in their community and church and walk two miles a day. John would like to catch up with other Behrend alumni by email or phone (408-252-7447). [email protected]
Paul Ottoson ’64 (Behrend 1960-62) is a Certified Public Accountant in Illinois. [email protected]
Debrah Goldstein Goldfarb ’72 (Behrend 1968-69) and her husband, William, live in Boca Raton, Fla. Deby writes that she has two jobs in “paradise”—she’s a restaurant writer for Simply the Best magazine and owner of the event website SteppingOutFlorida.com. “The jobs are good, the family is good, health is good. Life is good,” she says. [email protected]
Bob Koncerak ’83 (Behrend 1981) writes that he is pleased to be in his fifth year on the Board of Visitors for the Black School of Business. Bob and his wife, Carol ’83, live in Alpharetta, Ga., where Bob is EVP/COO-CFO for American Commerce Bank. [email protected]
John McCutcheon ’85 plans to retire in July from his position as electronics lab technician in Behrend’s School of Engineering. “I’ve enjoyed working here, loved the students, and put my son and daughter through Penn State,” John writes. He lives in Erie with his wife, Rita. [email protected]
MarLynn Branson-Tomlinson ’86, ’90 is retired and living in Hanford, Calif. [email protected]
James Pastorius ’87 is a lead tech application analyst at ADP in Raleigh, N.C. [email protected]
Ken Anderson ’91 is a double boardcertified facial plastic surgeon who specializes in robotic hair restoration surgery at the Anderson Center for Hair in Atlanta. He also founded the American Academy of Hair Restoration Surgery. [email protected]
Eric Saraceno ’97 is an account executive at Workday in Tysons Corner, Va. “Behrend and its professors prepared me well for the real world. Glad to see Behrend thriving and receiving accolades,” he writes.
Michael Clarke ’98 has spent twenty years in the college bookstore industry. He currently is director of bookstores, convenience stores, and Starbucks for the Auraria Higher Education Center in Denver. [email protected]
John Setterberg Jr. ’00 is a retirement plan specialist at Boetger Retirement Plan Services in Erie. He lives in Waterford with his wife, Marie. [email protected]
Janel Palmatier Smith ’00 lives in Coudersport with her husband, Dan. She teaches in the Coudersport Area School District. [email protected]
Melody Sherosky Condron ’02 has published the book Managing the Digital You: Where and How to Keep and Organize Your Digital Life (Rowman & Littlefield). She is the resource description and management coordinator for University of Houston Libraries. [email protected]
Deanna Sieberkrob ’07 is the controller at Carlow University in Pittsburgh. [email protected]
Jeffrey Beers ’10 is annealing operations/ maintenance leader at ATI Allegheny Ludlum. Jeff and his wife, Jacqueline, live in Greensburg. [email protected]
Kylie Swanson Hoyle ’11 recently earned her doctoral degree in science education from North Carolina State University. She has accepted an assistant professorship at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs, where she lives with her husband, Taylor. [email protected]
Jeffrey Fohr ’12 is an applications systems analyst at GEICO. He and his wife, Jessica, live in the Washington, D.C. area. [email protected]
Nathan Stockman ’12 is an owner and business development manager for Stockman Lawnscape in Plum.
Kalie Miller Hoover ’13 and Ryan Hoover ’13 live in Orlando. Kalie is a hematology and oncology nurse at Florida Hospital; Ryan is a sales and operations coordinator for Disney Vacation Club. [email protected]
Jeremy O’Mard ’13 is an infrastructure lead at IBM in Washington, D.C. He recently became an International Consortium for Agile Certified Professional. [email protected]
Samantha Key ’14 recently joined Westinghouse as a system and performance analytics administrator. She lives in Freeport.
David Campbell ’16 calls pursuing his college degree in his 50s “one of the best choices of my life.” He is now a mental health technician at Millcreek Community Hospital in Erie. [email protected]
Dan Scutella ’16 is a math teacher at Corry Area School District and member of the Naval Reserves.
Ashley Shuttleworth Stephenson ’16 is a project manager at Avail Technologies in State College.
Tyler Tracy ’16 teaches math at Harbor Creek Senior High School.
Alyssa Andrzejewski ’18 has joined the Quality Engineering Development Program at John Deere in Waterloo, Iowa.
Casey Staley-Bingaman ’18 is relocating to Virginia due to husband Justin’s military orders. [email protected]
Angela DeAngelo ’18 is a design engineer supporting the Road-Ready Telematics Team at Truck-Lite in Falconer, N.Y. [email protected]
Scott DeLaney ’18 is an engineer at Orbital ATK in Dulles, Va. [email protected]
Lizabeth Gerber Lewis ’18 M.B.A. works in payroll and bookkeeping at Van Cleve Inc. in Erie. [email protected]
Brianna Riley ’18 is a consultant at Deloitte in Pittsburgh. [email protected] Share your news at behrend.psu.edu/classnotes