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Marriages, new jobs, new children, new grandchildren — find out what fellow alums have been up to since the last Class Note Corner.


Judith Janson Mellott ’57 of Cincinnati is spending six months out of the year in Hilton Head with her husband, enjoying their retirement and their two great-granddaughters.


Kathryn Carnes Boylan ’60 of Elyria, Ohio, is working in the public health field.

Jane Ackerman Hoffman ’67 of Cincinnati is on the board at the Pregnancy Center East.


Annie Echoles Timmons ’82 of Cincinnati is currently working as the director of the Friar’s Club, working to improve the lives of inner-city children.

Lana Miller Woodring ’83 of Destin, Fla., has been named the vice president of administrative services at TSA Consulting Group, Inc. in Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.

Juanita Becker Kaiser ’85 of Cincinnati has sold her home in Batesville and bought a condo in Cincinnati to move closer to her daughter.

Denise Dicke Stauffer ’88 of New Bremen, Ohio, has been appointed to the new position of principal/CEO of Lehman Catholic High School.


Jill Meyer ’93 of Cincinnati is working as the member-in-charge of the Cincinnati office of Frost Brown Todd. In February, she will be the keynote speaker at the Business Courier Bizwoman Breakfast and Showcase.

Susan England Carson ’96 of Cincinnati received her master’s degree in business administration/business analytics from the University of Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business in December. She is currently working at Axcess-Financial as a web analytics analyst.

Maria Mosteller Childs ’96 of Cincinnati has just published her first book entitled “Firefighter’s Don’t.” In addition to being an author, Maria is also an elementary school teacher.

Kathleen Deyer Bolduc ’97 of Oxford, Ohio, has published a book which will be released in February entitled “The Spiritual Art of Raising Children with Disabilities.”

Beth Pluckebaum Siemer ’90 is one of 12 teachers from a pool of 100,000 across the United States to receive the Distinguished Teacher Award from the National Catholic Education Association.


Ashel Duty Kruetzkamp ’07 of Florence, Ky., is a finalist for the 2014 Healthcare Heroes Award for her work as a manager at St. Elizabeth Healthcare.

Aimee Neville ’09 of Cincinnati has just been named the associate director of finance at DunnhumbyUSA.


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