Janet Louise Boehler ’78 of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, retired from the Moreland Hills Police Department. She spent 31 years as a sergeant and liaison between the Police Department and Orange School District. Some of the programs she initiated include “Safety Town,” a program that provides important lessons about fire, traffic, drugs to incoming kindergarten students; “Don’t Laugh at Me,” which teaches young people about bullying, building self-esteem and character; the Juvenile Diversion Program, where first-time offenders can avoid having a juvenile record by successfully completing a program that calls for community service, a strict curfew and other types of sanctions.
Kelli Higgins Salm ’03 of Loxahatchee, Fla., earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn., in December 2014. She is currently employed as the physical therapy team leader at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Stuart, Fla..
John Dumford ’12 of Cincinnati currently writes property & casualty insurance in the tri-state area as a Farmers Insurance agent and business owner.