Tuesday, January 21, 2003


Mason graduate makes dean's list

Bryn Nealis attained a 4.0 grade point average and was named to the first semester dean's list at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.

The sophomore electrical engineering major is a Mason High School graduate.

Hall of fame

Dave Ausdenmoore, a detective with the Cincinnati Police Department, has been inducted into the Ohio Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association Hall of Fame.

Detective Ausdenmoore was inducted for his contribution in establishing the first computer crime task force in Ohio as well as his role as a computer crime fighter. He has worked cases including embezzlement, kidnapping, child abduction, luring and rape. He gives presentations on Internet safety for children and has been a guest instructor of advanced computer crime courses at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia.

Pilot licensed

Matt Meyer, of Bridgetown, has earned his commercial pilot's certificate and is now approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly aircraft for compensation.

He is enrolled in the Aviation Technology: Professional Pilot program at the University of Cincinnati Clermont College. Upon completion of the two-year program, he will have earned an associate of applied science degree.

Alumni award

Bob Schaffer, Class of 1980, who served as a U.S. representative from Colorado, received Archbishop Moeller High School's 2002 Distinguished Alumni Award. He was recognized for "outstanding service to his community and his contributions to the development of Moeller."

Teacher adviser

Mary Jo Doebling, a Mount Healthy High School math teacher, has been appointed to the Governor's Teacher Advisory Board. She will meet twice a year with other teachers in Columbus where she will represent math teachers of Ohio and evaluate various programs.

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