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Fall 2017: 1950s

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Donald Brail, BS ’53, Austinburg, Ohio, wrote: “Still alive and doing well. I live on 76 acres of wood and water (20 acres of water). My biggest problem is to decide what to do each day—go fishing or cut wood!”

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Photo courtesy Ronald Fowler, BS '59

Alumni Association Member Ronald Fowler, BS ’59, Akron, Ohio, pastor laureate of Arlington Church of God (where he served as senior pastor for 42 years) and longtime community activist, received the first Lifetime Achievement award from the Akron Urban League at its annual Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration in January. Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan presented a proclamation dedicating January 16 as Rev. Fowler Day. Pictured above: Sadie Winlock, president and CEO of the Akron Urban League, and Rev. Ronald Fowler.