Louise Dougherty Hartz ’63 of Richmond, Va., was appointed to District III Section 1 of the Disciplinary Process for the Virginia State Bar for 2017 through 2020.
Jeanne Hodapp Schmidt ’63 of Cincinnati is retired and keeping busy. She is a member of West Hills Music Club and Westwood Woman’s Club. Jeanne is an accompanist for the choral group at Dunham Recreation Center Seniors Club.
Barbara Davis, SC, ’65 of Cincinnati retired on July 1, 2017, and is currently engaged in volunteer ministry. Sr. Barbara is also a board member at DePaul Christo Rey High School.
Gail Vilardo Frommeyer ’67 of Fort Mitchell, Ky., is a part-time supervisor for the Kentucky Teacher Internship Program for Northern Kentucky University, Education Department. Gail also does all the baking for the Buona Vita Pizzeria in Crescent Springs, Kentucky, her son’s restaurant.
Kathy Jilek ’77 of Cincinnati is substitute teaching in the school districts of Madeira, Indian Hill, Sycamore Community Schools, and Mariemont. She volunteers at ProKids in Cincinnati. Kathy belongs to St. Gertrude’s Ladies of Charity and is also a member of New Visions, a group at Good Shepherd Catholic Community.
Kay Humbert ’79 of Fort Wayne, Ind., taught music education for 28 years and is now retired from St. Vincent Catholic School. Kay is now the director of Christian education at Resurrection Lutheran, her home church. She also provides private music lessons.
Jean Kallmeyer McKiernan ’80 of Cincinnati recently retired as the associate registrar at the Union Institute & University where she held several positions since 1986. She was awarded the President’s Medal of Exemplary Service and received a Citation of Appreciation from the Board of Trustees during an award ceremony held on December 12, 2017.
Tracy Sarvake Rawlings ’93 of Fairfield, Ohio, continues to practice social work by working for Council on Aging of Southwest Ohio as a Care Manager. Tracy’s oldest daughter now attends the Mount as a chemistry major.
Kathleen Deyer Bolduc ’97 of Oxford, Ohio, owns and operates Cloudland, a contemplative retreat center, with her husband and offers spiritual direction to retreatants. Kathleen and her husband work with Miami University students, as well as pastors and missionaries to provide a quiet sanctuary for revival.
Ashely Wisecup Matho ’07 of Lakewood, Ohio, has been promoted to nurse manager of two outpatient clinics of the Cleveland VA, located in Sheffield Village and Sandusky, Ohio.
Michelle Siefke ’11 of Cincinnati is an intervention specialist for Cincinnati Public Schools, and at the School for Creative & Performing Arts.
Nathan Frock ’16 of Cincinnati has accepted a position at Wright Patterson Air Force Base as a program manager, and is also enrolled in the Saturday MBA program at the Mount.
Samuel Barth ’17 of Fort Thomas, Ky., will be pursuing a Master of Science in Physiotherapy degree at the University of Brighton in Brighton, England.
Lauren Dichtl ’17 of Fairfield, Ohio, is currently an infant teacher at St. John’s Westminster Learning Center.