People You Know, July 21, 2016
Hake’s Americana & Collectibles: Ted Hake received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Political Items Collectors on July 9 at the club’s national convention in Harrisburg. Hake has written a number of reference books and price guides. He was an appraiser on the first two seasons of the PBS series, “Antiques Roadshow,” and was a featured expert on the History Channel’s production, “History of Toys.”
SPRING DEAN’S LIST
Azusa Pacific University: Zachary Poole, of Dillsburg.
Lafayette College: Tyler Monko, of Dillsburg; Lucy McKnight, of Felton; Sally Trout, of Seven Valleys; and Matthew Curry and Emilie Henry, both of York.
Rochester Institute of Technology: Kevin Millar, of Dillsburg; William Coffey, of Felton; Cory Hinton, of Mount Wolf; Timothy Frey, of New Freedom; Anthony Iannuzzi, of Shrewsbury; and Lars Dalemar and Mark Spicer, both of York.
St. Joseph's University: Clare Kocman, of Red Lion.
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg: Kaysie Einsig (and fall list), of Spring Grove.
Widener University Commonwealth Law School: Lauren Linsenbach, of Dillsburg; Dwight Quichua, of Dover; Brandy Hoke, of Hanover; and Jennifer Breneman, of Red Lion.
Wittenberg University: Rebecah Delp, of Hellam, and Cheyanna Snyder, of Manchester.
SPRING PRESIDENT’S LIST
Georgia State University: Reaghan Braun, of Hanover.
West Virginia Wesleyan College: Rachel Barnhart, of Lewisberry.
Widener University: Jenna Jackson, of Dallastown.
Rochester Institute of Technology: Cory Hinton, of Mount Wolf, and Ryan Bega and Mark Spicer, both of York.
St. Vincent College: Julia Hlavacik (cum laude), formerly of York.
Tufts University, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine: Lauren Rose Feroli, of York, a member of Phi Zeta honor society.
Alvernia University: Laurel Crumling, of Mount Wolf, was named a member of Pi Theta Epsilon honor society for occupational therapy; Jennifer Mack, of York, was named president of the Phi Alpha honor society for social work; and Brittany Markel, of York, was named a member of Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society.
Lebanon Valley College: Students chosen as ambassadors for prospective students and their families are Bradford Capatch, of Dallastown; Korissa Herrold, of Manchester; Laura Schmidt, of Red Lion; and Lyndsay Riedel and Jacob Whitfield, both of York.
Pennsylvania College of Technology: Benjamin E. Doll, of Glen Rock, successfully completed the Certified SolidWorks Associate exam.
Susquehanna University: Students who participated in the Global Opportunities program are Kellie Butler, of York, England; Michael Doran, of York, Northern Ireland; Maura Geiselman, of Hellam, and Abby Conway, of York, both Iceland; HeatherZinn, of York, Hawaii; and David Zinn, of Hanover, Tokyo, Japan.
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