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Jane Logan, MSHEC '65, is director of the National Food Service Management Institute, founded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture at the University of Mississippi. The institute's goal is to ensure that all schoolchildren have access to a variety of healthy, appealing and acceptable food choices.

Henry Jo Zorman, BS '65, was awarded a $25,000 Chairman's Award of Excellence from Air Products and Chemicals Inc. of Allentown, Pa. He has helped th e company establish market positions for water-based and water-soluble products used in paints, adhesives and nonwoven materials.

Jay Black, MS '66, is the Poynter-Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg and a professor in the School of Mass Communications. He was one of two 1997 national Freedom Forum Journalism Teachers of the Year.

William Grealis, AB '67, was elected chairman of the board and president of the Ohi o Electric Utility Institute, which represents the six investor-owned electric companies in Ohio. Grealis is president of Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co., president of Cinergy Investments and vice president of corporate development and strategic planning for Cinergy Corp., CG&E's parent company.

Sharon A. Siverts, BSHEC '67, MSHEC '70, in January was appointed vice chancellor of the University of Botswana in Gaborone, Botswana.

Barbara Glenk Good, AB '68, MS '75, is president-e lect of the American Medical Writers Association, a group of more than 4,000 medical writers and editors. She becomes president in November. Good is scientific writer at Allegheny Cancer Center at Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Pittsburgh.

Michael Jackson, BSED '68, was one of 29 people inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame in November. A retired Air Force officer and combat pilot, he is executive director of the National Aviation Hall of Fame. He lives in Tipp City.

Thomas Wakeman, BSME '68, is manager of the new Six Sigma Reliability organization at the General Electric Research and Development Center. Wakeman leads GE's initiative to reduce defects in GE products, processes and transactions. He lives in Clifton Park, N.Y.

Joan Corderman, MA '69, has been certified as an elder law attorney by the National Elderlaw Foundation, the only organization approved by the American Bar Association to offer certification in the field of elder law. She lives in Chesterfield, Mo.

Taylor L. Deterich, AB '69, is retired from the U.S. Air Force after nearly 28 years of service as a lieutenant colonel. Among his honors are three Meritorious Service Medals, five Air Force Commendation Medals and the Joint Service Achievement Medal. He works for The Analytical Scientific Corp. as a civilian military contractor at Tinker Air Force Base near Oklahoma City. He lives in Harrah, Okla.

Alex Garcia, BBA '69, is the new president and chief operating officer of Colfor Manufacturing Inc., a precision components company. He lives in Hudson.

Keith Houk, BBA '69, was named president and chief executive officer of Allegheny Airlines, a Middletown, Pa., subsidiary of US Airways Group Inc. Houk has worked in the airline industry for 25 years.

Robert J. King, BBA '69, MBA '75, is president and chief executive officer of Fifth Third Bank of Northeastern Ohio, headquartered in Cleveland. He had held the same positi on with Fifth Third Bank of Northwestern Ohio in Toledo since 1990.

Edward Koske, BSED '69, was selected in October as the Washington Science Teachers Association Region IX Science Teacher of the Year for the secondary level for 1996-97. Koske teaches integrated science, upland environments and physics at North Mason High School in Belfair, Wash., where he also is the department chair.

Jonathan May, BSISE '69, is president and chief operating officer of Talatech International , a division of Latex Foam Products, in Ansonia, Conn. Latex Foam Products is the sole manufacturer of latex mattresses in the Western Hemisphere and the world's largest maker of latex foam pillows.

Arthur Steller, BS '69, MA '70 , PHD '73, was elected to the board of directors of the North American Chapter of the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction. Steller gave a presentation at the organization's recent conference titled "Leadership for Educational Excellence in the Next Centu ry." He is superintendent of the Kingston, N.Y., School District.

John Zimmerman, BBA '69, is vice president and chief financial officer of S-VISION Corp., a developer of technology for video and graphic display applications. Zimmerman has held senior positions at Intel Corp. and General Electric.


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