Fall 2015: 1990s
Heidi LeCount, Raleigh, N.C., wrote, “I completed 21 hours of post-baccalaureate coursework in human resources at Meredith College and obtained my Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification in June, 2014.”
Paul Rohrbaugh, MLS, New Middletown, Ohio, designed and published the board game September’s Eagles: The Thompson Trophy Air Race, 1929-1939, in December, 2014. The race was the largest outdoor spectator event in the United States until the start of the Super Bowl. A leading game designer with many publication and presentation credits, Rohrbaugh released the game through his game publishing company, High Flying Dice Games, www.hfdgames.com.
Graham Glynn, PhD, Miller Place, N.Y., was recently appointed provost at Fort Hays State University in Kansas.
Thomas Moore, Stow, Ohio, recently started his own content marketing firm, TM Communications, which provides a variety of services, including writing and social media. Learn more at www.tmcommunications.org.
Aimee (Hagerty) Johnson, Northfield, Minn., is a children’s book illustrator whose work appears in the February 2015 issue of Ladybug, the long-running magazine for children.
Blake Parton, Fort Wayne, Ind, was hired as an account executive with LABOV Marketing Communications and Training. Most recently, Parton was a brand manager at Summit Brands.
Paul Richardson, MEd, San Francisco, Calif., was selected as the newest board member for AIDS Legal Referral Panel, based in San Francisco. ALRP helps medically fragile individuals fight discrimination based on their condition.
Michael Vollmar-Grone, MLS, Sidney, Ohio, retired in February as director of technical services for Shelby County (Ohio) Libraries. His previous careers included creating the visual communications service of Cedar Point Amusement Park, operating an independent photography business, and working at several Ohio newspapers.