Tuesday, September 11, 2001
Mount graduate collects honors
Suzanne DiPilla, of Bridgetown, has graduated summa cum laude with a degree in elementary and special education and a 4.0 cumulative grade-point average from the College of Mount St. Joseph.
She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Alpha Chi honor societies and received the Education Department Award for Merit in Special Education in recognition of academic achievement, teaching excellence and service to the department.
The Oak Hills High School graduate will teach at Whittier Elementary School in Price Hill.
Award for service
Darren Fay, son of Paul Fay of Hamilton Township and Cindy Fay of Deerfield Township, has received the Manuel D. and Rhonda Mayerson Community Service Award in recognition of his dedication and commitment to service.
The graduate of Kings High School will attend Taylor University in Upland, Ind.
On dean's list
Junior special-education major Melanie Wright was named to the spring semester dean's list with a 4.0 grade-point average at Bowling Green State University.
She is the daughter of Mimi and Bill Wright of Evendale.
Phi Beta Kappa
Robert Lesan III has been elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa by the Epsilon Chapter at Ohio State University.
A graduate of Sycamore High School, he is the son of Robert and Janice Lesan of Blue Ash.
Teacher of year
Steve Schulten was named La Salle High School's 2001 Teacher of the Year.
He teaches religion and social studies, coaches soccer and moderates student government.
A La Salle graduate, Mr. Schulten has taught at the school for five years.
Lt. Eric Saneholtz has been promoted to captain in the Marine Corps.
The communications officer stationed at Camp LeJeune, N.C., recently received a master of science degree in management information systems from Boston University.
The Milford High School graduate is the son of Linda and Phil Saneholtz of Milford.
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