Mount St. Joseph University

Class Notes Corner

Academics, Alumni & Giving, Mount News: alumni magazine

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1970s

Connie Langguth Fields ’78 of Franklin, Ohio, received the United Way Warren County Volunteer of the Year Award. She was nominated by Abilities First, the nonprofit organization where she and her therapy dog, Cameron, volunteer in the preschool Autism Learning Center. Cameron is a certified therapy dog through the organization Therapy Dogs International (TDI). They provide emotional support to the children while they are working with an occupational therapist.

Lefern Johnson-Turner ’79 of Griffin, Ga., spent November and December 2014 traveling through Tibet, Nepal, visiting schools, religious sites and learning about the cultures.


2000s

Raymond Claytor ’14 of Cincinnati is a staff accountant at Messer Construction Co, where he worked as a co-op.