Advisory Boards Ready for 2013

Dean Stephen Nameth hosted a reception to kick off the new year for the Advisory Boards from the East Liverpool and Salem campuses. He thanked the members for their dedicated service to the college and their willingness to help plan for the future.

Attending were (front row, from left): Phil Bova, Judy Comm, Laurie McClellan, Dean Steve Nameth, Mary Winch, Assistant Dean at East Liverpool Sue Rossi, Mike Sigler; (middle row, from left): Alma Apicella, Kerry Ramunno, Walter McClellan, Joan Cooper, Marsha Centofanti, Dan Moore, John Payne; and (back row, from left) Matt Butts, Charles Lang, Sal Apicella, Lou Ramunno, Rick Lutsch, Joe Centofanti and Mike Parkes.


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POSTED: Monday, January 14, 2013 10:51 AM
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