JUNE, 2017
1950 North Mallway Columbus OH 43221 614-487-5007 Ext. 1120 Email UAAA
 
 
VISIT AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!

Many of our alums are already on Facebook and enjoy the social interaction of chatting and sharing photos with friends.

UAAA has a Facebook page, too, and we hope you will visit our page and "like" us so that you will receive notifications of UAAA news and upcoming events. Please make UAAA a part of your Facebook experience!

Visit the UA Alumni Association Facebook page here.

   

The following classes are having reunions during the 4th of July weekend this year. Please click your class year to see your reunion page. THANK YOU to the alums who have volunteered to chair their class reunions this year!

To make sure that you find out about your class reunion:

UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION!

One way to make sure that you will be contacted about your class reunion is to CHECK AND UPDATE, if necessary, your contact information with UAAA. We keep a complete database of everyone who ever graduated from Upper Arlington High School, and Bearalums.com has a database of more than 30,000 home addresses and more than 13,000 email addresses for our alums.

Because email addresses change frequently, please check to make sure that your email is current on your class page! If you would like for us to change it, please complete this form.

If you have moved since your last reunion, please complete this form with your new address and phone number, email Joanie Dugger, or call the UAAA office at 614-487-5007, ext. 1120.

VISIT THE 2017 REUNIONS PAGE OF BEARALUMS.COM

On that page, you'll see a link to a separate page for YOUR class reunion. On it, we've listed all the events and also the names and email addresses or phone numbers of the reunion chairmen, if you have questions. Many of the pages contain links for easy online payments, too.

   
KICK OFF THE 4TH OF JULY WEEKEND AND HELP UAAA!
   
UA ALUMNI DAY OPEN HOUSE - YOU'RE INVITED!
   
UAHS SCHOOL STORE OPEN DURING UA ALUMNI DAY ON JULY 2!

There is a special treat in store for all alumni on Sunday, July 2 during UA Alumni Day at UAHS.

Bear Essentials, the school store at UAHS, will be open from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. You can find great Golden Bear apparel and accessories here. Once a Golden Bear ... always a Golden Bear! And remember that Bear Essentials merchandise makes great gifts.

Come and shop the best selection of all things UA, sizes infant to adult. The store accepts cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. From the main doors on Ridgeview, the store is to the left directly down the hall.

   
2017 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS: CATHERINE McMICHAEL '72    
AWARDS ON SUNDAY, JULY 2 AT 2:15 PM AT UAHS
A Distinguished Alumnus is an alum who is honored for his or her personal, educational, or career achievement.

Catherine McMichael, Class of 1972, is a pianist,composer, performer, arranger and teacher in Saginaw, Michigan. While in high school she studied piano with Dr. George Haddad, Artist in Residence at The Ohio State University. She was the accompanist for the UAHS 200-voice choir, all the musicals, and the chamber singing ensemble, Strollers. Her degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, are in piano performance (B. M. '76) and chamber music (M. M. '81).

Teaching, performing and writing comprise her professional musical life. As a teaching specialist, she has taught clinics in improvisation, composition, piano, and enrichment in Great Britain, Australia and across the US, from Alaska to Hawaii, Connecticut to California and many places in between. She has maintained a private piano studio since 1974. Several of her students have gone on to successful careers in music. She has been adjunct instructor at the University of Michigan and Saginaw Valley State University.

Catherine plays piano with the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra and the Flint Symphony; the River Raisin Ragtime Revue band of Ann Arbor, co-directs the Bijou Theatre Orchestra based in Bay City and accompanies the Saginaw Choral Society. She directs a very, very good handbell choir, Bells on High, at First United Methodist Church of Saginaw.

Catherine has composed and arranged music for all the ensembles she performs with, plus for many others including The Canadian Brass, Universities of Michigan and Massachusetts, Ithaca (NY) College, Central Michigan University, New England Conservatory Metropolitan Flute Orchestra, Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Naples (FL) Orchestra and Chorus, Marshall M. Fredericks Gallery, Saginaw Choral Society, Midland (MI) Symphony and many more. She has completed commissions for many individuals as well. Her music is played by professional touring artists, university music professors and students, devoted amateurs and young musicians on six continents, and has been recorded commercially by professional and college groups across the country and the world ...

Read Catherine's entire biography
Email Catherine

   
2017 OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS: BRAD SHARP '72    
AWARDS ON SUNDAY, JULY 2 AT 2:15 PM AT UAHS
An Outstanding Alumnus is an alum who has generously dedicated his or her time to the service of the Upper Arlington Alumni Association and its mission.

Brad Sharp, a member of the UAHS Class of 1972 (the largest class in UAHS history) has been active on the UA Alumni Association (UAAA) Board of Directors since 2002. He regularly attends Board meetings which require him to commute from his home near Dayton, Ohio.

During his tenure, Brad has assisted in the recruitment of new Board members, developing and executing plans to educate and inform alumni about the purpose and benefits of the UAAA and the conceptualization, planning and execution of the Golden Bear Rock Fest fundraiser.

Currently Brad's main responsibility on the Board is the identification of potential candidates for the Distinguished and Outstanding Alumni Awards and making sure, if possible, that they are honored in years where their class is having a reunion gathering. In addition, Brad has been a key member of his Class of 1972 reunion planning committee since 1987.

Brad is the Chairman of the Class of 1972 Legacy Fund; an undertaking with the goal of raising a $150,000 endowment fund for the UA Educational Foundation (UAEF) by their 50 year reunion in 2022.

Brad has further supported UAEF by becoming a "Planned Giving Donor," making the Foundation part of his estate planning. Find out how YOU can be a Planned Giving Donor too.

Read Brad's entire biography
Email Brad

    
2017 UAHS EDUCATORS HALL OF FAME
The UAHS Educator Hall of Fame was begun in 2007 by UAHS Principal Kip Greenhill, who wanted to establish a way to permanently recognize our most outstanding educators. The following outstanding teachers have been selected for the induction into the Hall of Fame this year.
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
2017 UAHS EDUCATORS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES
       
Dr. Virginia Ballinger
Spanish
Read Bio
Francis "Kip" Greenhill
UAHS Principal
Read Bio
Randy Pfeiffer
English
Read Bio
          
Margrett Schultz
Latin
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Peggy Sheets
Chemistry
Read Bio
Helen Tanner
English
Read Bio
   
bvMILITARY ALUMS PAGE

Independence Day is a wonderful time to reflect on our Military Alums and the many ways in which they have selflessly served our country and all Americans.

If you haven't visited the Military Alums page of Bearalums.com recently, please stop by and see why we are so very proud of our Golden Bears who went on to join the Armed Forces and bravely serve our country through the decades.

WERE YOU EVER, OR ARE YOU NOW, IN THE SERVICE?

We continue to receive submissions of names and information, and hope to make our list as complete as possible.

If you have served, or are currently serving in the service, please visit this page and complete the form, so that we can add your name, branch of service, and experience to this important page of our alumni web site! Thank you to all our Military Alums!

    
CLASS OF 1975 BIRTHDAY PARTY - JULY 1
EVENT Class of 1975 60th Birthday Party
DATE Saturday, July 1, 2017
TIME 7:00 pm
LOCATION The Varsity Club
278 West Lane Avenue
Columbus OH 43201
MAP
COST Small cover charge - TBD
DETAILS

Come join all your friends and share some memories, some libations, some great VC pizza and more. We have the downstairs reserved, and the fun starts at 7:00pm!

A small cover will help cover the cost, and your RSVP will help us know how many pizzas to order.Lots of parking in back, and friendly committee helpers will get you to the party from the front door.

QUESTIONS Email Tom Pickett
    
ALUMNI LACROSSE GAME AND TRIBUTE TO TED WOLFORD - JULY 2
    
TUNE IN FOR MUSIC SIMULCAST OF FIREWORKS!
 
APRON SALE BENEFITS UAHS KIP GREENHILL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
ON SALE OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL STORE AT ALUMNI DAY!
Kip and Katy Greenhill

The Upper Arlington High School PTO has established a scholarship fund in retired principal Kip Greenhill's name. Each year The Kip Greenhill Scholarship Fund provides an college scholarship for a deserving UAHS graduating senior. The scholarship is awarded during the school's Senior Honors Assembly in the spring.

Kip's wife, Katy Greenhill, is offering handmade aprons for sale, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Scholarship Fund. Katy beautifully hand crafts each apron with a UA Golden Bear theme.

The aprons are available for both adults and children, and the adult aprons are available in a traditional bib style or a wraparound variety with pockets. All aprons are adjustable.

The prices for the aprons are as follows:

Bib Apron (Women)  $35
Bib Apron (Men)  $40
Wraparound  $40
Child's Bib Apron $30

Free Delivery within Upper Arlington. Shipping and Handling for orders outside UA is $8.00.

Personalization is available for an extra $10.

These aprons make FANTASTIC GIFTS! Think of the local Golden Bears and also the ones who live out of the area! Wouldn't they love to have a Golden Bear apron to wear at the grill this summer?

Please email Katy or call her at 614-286-0105 for all details.

Apron
Aprons
Wrap Apron
Children's Aprons
   
YOUR UAAA MEMBERSHIP MATTERS!
LIFE MEMBER PIN
GOLDEN BEAR MEMBER PIN
When you join at the $250 level,
you receive this pin.
When you join at the $500 level,
you receive this Golden Bear pin.
 
SPECIAL NOTE: If you enjoy visiting Bearalums.com, if you attend your reunions, and if you enjoy reading news about your classmates and other UAHS alums in Traditions, won't you PLEASE help support the Upper Arlington Alumni Association with a membership at one of the levels below? We are really working to be able to keep our Web site free and available to everyone, and we really do need our alums' financial help. PLEASE JOIN UAAA TODAY! If you are already a member, please encourage your classmates to join.

Thank you so much to all of you who pay dues to the UAAA. These dues are critical to the support of our organization. Many alums think that funding for the Alumni Association comes from the school district. WRONG! We are completely self-sustaining and need these dues in order to maintain our database of nearly 30,000 graduates and to pay the ongoing costs of maintaining our database and running our Web site, Bearalums.com.

We do not restrict access to our Web site to dues-paying members. We enjoy making it available to EVERYONE, members or not. However, over the past few years, we have seen our number of dues-paying members decline. We need YOU! Our tax-deductible dues are modest, so it is our goal to increase membership, and we hope that we can count on you. Membership in UAAA is available at four levels:

 
MEMBERSHIP LEVEL
PRICE OF DUES
Annual
$20 / year
Reunion - 5 years
$80 (One year free!)
Life
$250: one-time!
Golden Bear
 $500: one-time!
DUES ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE!
SPECIAL: We offer a payment plan for the Life and Golden Bear Membership levels! You can commit to the level you wish and pay it off over a 10 month period; they don't even need to be consecutive months. We truly hope that you will help us out at whatever level is comfortable for you, and we thank you for your support AT ANY LEVEL!

Some people are online a great deal and prefer to pay with Paypal; others prefer printing the membership form and mailing us a check. We appreciate your dues, and we want to make it easy for you, so please select your preferred method of payment.:

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Print the Membership Form and mail in a check
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Please visit our Membership page for complete details and payment options.
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See our list of Life Members and Golden Bear members.
  
UAAA BOARD WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
Margherita Finelli
Steve Sinclair
Doug Trotter
Mike Whiteman
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1974
1972
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MEET OUR NEW UAAA BOARD MEMBERS
Margherita Finelli '75 is an experienced marketing and communications professional with expertise in strategic marketing for the healthcare and commercial real estate industries. Her experience includes fundraising, media relations, social media web design, advertising and event planning. She also has experience writing live TV programs and video. Margherita has also served on the Board of the UA Civic Association and as President of the UA Baseball Boosters Club where she created the UA Baseball Hall of Fame Celebration to honor the UA Baseball athletes. Margherita's son, Nick, is a sophomore at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business.

Steve Sinclair '74 and his wife, Eileen, were married in 1983. They have one son, Michael, who lives with his wife, Jill and their two daughters near Columbia, MD. The majority of Steve's career has centered around telecommunications and information technology. He began in Columbus in the early 1980s, and continued in Dallas for more than 20 years. Working from home enabled Steve and Eileen to return to Columbus in 2015. Steve's professional career, international travels youth soccer league management, and life lessons will bring a fresh set of eyes and ideas to the UAAA.

Doug Trotter '72, a lifelong UA resident, is the owner of Trotter, LLC and has 42 years of experience in the automobile industry. Doug is married to Julie Berwanger Trotter '81, and his two sons and step-sons are also UAHS alums. Doug's grandchildren also live in Upper Arlington. Doug has been an active Board member and past president of the Tri-Village Rotary Club. A member of Christian Fellowship Church, Doug serves as a Board member of the Crack House Ministries. Doug is currently working on the Class of 1972 reunion committee.
Mike Whiteman '72 is a graduate of UAHS, Franklin University, The Ohio State University, the University of Chicago Business School, American Management Association, and Hondros College. For many years, Mike worked in fireplace sales, Retail, Contractor and Wholesale, and eventually became the owner of Colonial Fireplace in Powell. Mike is currently a Re/Max realtor, and is the owner of the Whiteman Realty Group/W Group Management, Inc. Mike has completed 957 parachute jumps and competed nationally. He is also a private pilot and participates in triathlons. Mike has two grown sons.
See all the members of the UAAA Board
    
DIANE TEFFT YOUNG'S BOOK INSPIRES THOSE WITH CANCER

Diane Tefft Young '59 has published an inspirational new book.

Cancer Hope: Discovering Survivor Skills is an inspirational memoir of 15 essays in which Diane, a recent cancer survivor, highlights the diverse skills she employed to survive her serious stage 3C diagnosis. Diane's health history is also complicated by a single lung transplant that she underwent in 2010. Fortunately, she has developed a progressively resilient attitude and lifestyle.

Throughout her book, Diane shares her faith as she openly struggles with acceptance of the belief that change, whether positive or negative, occurs on God's timeline, not her. By CANCER HOPE's final pages, the reader becomes increasing aware of her evolving healthy fearlessness and immaculate trust.

If you have further questions about Diane Tefft Young's book, or her experience, please email her or call 614.442.1121.

You can purchase the book on Amazon.

   
KAREN McCLINTOCK '71 RELEASES NEW BOOK

Karen A. McClintock, PhD, '71 is a psychologist specializing in family secrets and shame recovery. She is a national workshop leader and teaches human sexuality at Southern Oregon University. She is the author of four previous books, including Sexual Shame: An Urgent Call to Healing and Shame-Less Lives, Grace-Full Congregations.

NEW RELEASE: MY FATHER'S CLOSET

Thirty years after her father’s death, Karen McClintock sets out to find the gay father she ever really knew. As we follow the unraveling fawmily secret, we find ourselves drawn into her story as they stumble into infidelity, grieve heartbreaking losses, and remain loyal in love. Set in Columbus, Ohio, My Father’s Closet tells the story of how just before the war, McClintock’s parents fell in love and married, while overseas in Germany the man whom she believes became her father’s lover was concealing his Jewish and gay identities in order to escape to America. A set of her father’s journals, letters her parents sent to each other during the Second World War, and a mysterious painting all lead her toward the truth about her gay father. McClintock weaves a complex secret into the fabric of lives we truly care about. And in the process, she leads us out of her father’s closet.

This gripping memoir captures the longing children feel for a distant or hidden parent and taps into the complexity of human connection and abandonment. The characters are resilient and vibrant. The hidden lovers, the nosey neighbors, and surprise lovers all show up. In the end, this extraordinary family finds ways to connect and freedom to love. Anyone who grew up with a family secret will appreciate the dynamics afoot in this fastpaced and compelling story.
   

See Karen McClintock's Press Kit
Buy My Father's Closet" at OhioStatePress.org.
See dates of Karen's upcoming author visits and events
Read Dispatch article about Karen and her book
   
DID YOU KNOW THAT EMMA STONE IS DAUGHTER OF JEFF STONE '78 ?

Jeffrey Stone '78 certainly has a reason to be beaming with pride. His daughter, Emma Stone, won the 2017 Academy Award for Actress in a Leading Role for her portrayal of Mia in the highly acclaimed film La La Land.

Emma's father, Jeff Stone, UAHS Class of 1978 and a graduate of Miami University, moved from Ohio to Arizona in 1990, where he worked in the construction field. He rejoined the Edwards organization, developers of apartments, in 2015 and commutes between his home in Arizona and his office in Columbus. Stone now serves as president of the Edwards Communities Construction Company.

Stone said his daughter was always singing and dancing around the house as a child. She and her mother moved to Los Angeles when Emma was 15 so she could pursue a career. She landed her first big movie role at age 17, in "Superbad," was nominated for a supporting actress Oscar in 2014 for her role in "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)."

Read the entire Dispatch article.

   
  IN MEMORIAM

As graduates of Upper Arlington High School, we share a special bond that lasts a lifetime, and it is with sad hearts that we announce the passing of the following UAHS alumni and faculty. To their families and friends we extend our sincere condolences.

1939 Jean Hershberger Keitz 1970 Jeff Kraushaar
1952 Barbara Deegan Miller 1970 Diana Snyder
1962 Janette Ziegenbusch Flesch Bakels 1972 Richard A. Buehler
1962 David Peck 1973 Barbara Turf Miller
1965 Karen Richards Joyner 1975 Darla Valtz Brewer
1966 Sally Armel 1977 Betsy Akins-Coppola
1967 Dewey Wheeler 1977 Susan Thomas Furry
1969 Bill Willer 1979 Karen Davis Roberts
1970 Ross Earnest 1984 Brian Casey
 
NORWESTERS AVAILABLE ON UALIBRARY.ORG WEB SITE

Have you lost your Norwester yearbook? Do you wish you could look through it before your class reunion to refresh your memory about your classmates?

The Norwester yearbook has been published annually by the Upper Arlington City School District since 1923. The Upper Arlington Public Library partnered with the Upper Arlington City Schools and the Upper Arlington Alumni Association to launch the yearbook collection on October 7, 2009.

As part of the library's agreement with the schools, there will always be a ten-year delay for any yearbooks presented online. Digitization of the pages took nearly two years to complete, and is ongoing since a new volume will be added each year.

The collection is searchable by keyword or exact phrase, which makes it easy to find friends and family. In addition, most of the yearbooks after 1969 included an index near the end of the book, which can be used as a further finding aid. Browsing is also encouraged, and a navigation panel listing sections, such as sports, clubs, seniors, underclassmen, or faculty is provided for each yearbook.

The yearbooks present an invaluable picture of Upper Arlington's educational system and the community over eight decades, and each book serves as a virtual time capsule of daily life at that time. The yearbook collection is an important resource for Upper Arlington High School alumni, genealogical researchers, history buffs, and anyone interested in Central Ohio's past.

Visit the UAPL Archives to go through any Norwester from 1923 through 2005.

  
THE GOLDEN BEAR CENTENNIAL CLUB

THE GOLDEN BEAR CENTENNIAL CLUB is a 10-year initiative that allows community members, alumni, and friends of education to make a significant gift to the Upper Arlington Education Foundation (UAEF) over the next ten years.

Upper Arlington High School's first graduation was held in 1925, so today - just ten years shy of the centennial class - is an opportune time to start planning for this important milestone and kick off a program that will commemorate 100 years of excellence.

Membership in this club begins as soon as donors fill out a 10-year pledge card for their gift to the UAEF's Unrestricted General Fund. Members will be included in all UAEF publications and on our Web site.

Since the Upper Arlington Schools were founded, an outstanding Golden Bear education has always been a priority for our community and a gift to our children. While the cost of education rises and governmental funding decreases, the UA Schools depend on donors like you to help continue this tradition.

Learn more about the Golden Bear Centennial Club and begin your membership now!

 
A T T E N T I O N   A L U M S :    M A Y   W E   H E A R  F R O M  Y O U ?
WE'RE LOOKING FOR ALUMNI NEWS - FROM YOU!

Do you have NEWS to share with other alums? We're always looking for stories for the next issue of Traditions!

Think about news regarding your education, career, weddings, babies, other family news, reunion stories ... and remember, we like to feature our alumni news on Bearalums.com, too. Photos are welcomed and encouraged!

To send news to us:

Complete this form OR Email your news stories to us now and please type "UAAA News Story" in the subject line. Thank you!

 
IS YOUR INFORMATION UP TO DATE?

IMPORTANT: We want to make sure that everyone understands about UAAA's two separate databases.

DATABASE 1: We have one database that contains the name and graduation year of each Upper Arlington High School graduate. This database also contains the each graduate's home address, phone number, and other information such as the teams and clubs to which he or she belonged. We can call on this information when a certain group, such as a sports team, wants to have a gathering or celebration.

NOTE: Although our society certainly has moved toward electronic communication, we still encourage our reunion coordinators to do a general mailing to their classmates using address labels generated from Database 1, since not every alum is registered with an email address on Bearalums.com, and certainly not all alums use Facebook.

DATABASE 2: The other database consists of names and email addresses for Bearalums.com. Each name and email address has to be submitted personally by the alum, since not all grads wish to be listed in this public forum. On the Bearalums.com web site, the email addresses are divided by graduation year, and at the bottom of each list is a "Lost Alumni" list, consisting of the names of people from that class for whom we have outdated home addresses.

IMPORTANT: Even if we have your email address, you will be on the Lost list until we have updated home address information.

Please use the UPDATE MY INFORMATION forms to submit or change your Bearalums.com listing.

   

FAQs ABOUT BEARALUMS.COM
  

Q. MY NAME ISN'T ON THE BEARALUMS.COM SITE ANYWHERE!

A. Because we respect and protect our alums' privacy, we list names and email addresses on Bearalums.com ONLY when they are personally submitted by the alum. We do it this way because some people prefer not to have their email address available on a public web site.

 If you are not listed on your class page but wish to be, please complete this form.

   
Q. MY NAME IS ON THE LOST LIST, BUT I AM RIGHT HERE!

A. If you see your name at the bottom of your class page as a "Lost Alum," even if you are listed in the email section of the page, all this means is that we don't have a current MAILING ADDRESS for you.

Please update your information here, and we'll remove you from the Lost List right away.

If you see someone else's name on the Lost List at the bottom of each class page, and you know his or her location, please let us know, or contact that classmate and ask him or her to contact UAAA.

   
Q. I GRADUATED / MOVED / GOT MARRIED / CHANGED MY NAME BACK TO MY MAIDEN NAME
A. We hope you'll remember to contact UAAA to let us know any changes in your status, your name, your address, phone number, and email. Keeping our database accurate is very important to us, and allows class reunion chairmen and other school-related groups, such as athletic teams, musical organization, to reach you when something exciting is happening.
   
Q. MAINTAINING OUR TWO UAAA DATABASES

A. Our goal is to maintain the most complete and accurate database that we possibly can. We are asking for your help! And thank you to those of you who have helped us through your membership dues; your financial help allows us to provide the ongoing hosting and maintenance fees of our Web site.

When we started Bearalums.com in 2000, we had approximately 320 email addresses in our database; we currently have more than 13,000 alums' email addresses listed on Bearalums.com!

   
     UAAA CONTACT INFORMATION

We hope that you will make sure that we have your current postal mailing address, phone number, and email address. Below are the email addresses to use to send this information to the correct person at UAAA:

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To update your UA Mail home address / phone number / name Complete this form.
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To submit your email address to be added to Bearalums.com Complete this form.
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To submit personal or class news for Traditions / Bearalums.com Complete this form.
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Questions or comments about Bearalums.com Email Ellen Clark
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What do YOU want to hear about in our newsletter? Please let us know! Email Joanie and Ellen
We look forward to receiving your news submissions about college, careers, weddings, births, honors and achievements, and anything else you'd like to share with other UAHS alums.
   
     UA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
These members of the Upper Arlington Alumni Association Executive Board are working to make sure that all our alums have the ability to be connected and informed through our newsletter and our Web site, BEARALUMS.COM, and that it is easy and fun!
   
Joanie Igel Dugger 1980 Executive Director
Ron Johnson 1961 President
Ellen Isaly Clark 1969 Past President, Board Member
Erin Kittle Paider 1996 Donor Records
Carolyn Casper 1962 Board Member
Sarah Ross Eagleson 1972 Board Member
Margherita Finelli 1975 Board Member
John D. Kost 1974 Board Member
Gary Nack 1965 Board Member
Jennie Lyon Ravery 1971 Board Member
Bradley W. Sharp 1972 Board Member
Steve Sinclair 1974 Board Member
Doug Trotter 1972 Board Member
Mike Whiteman 1972 Board Member
Beth Wroe 1973 Board Member
   
     WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN THE UAAA BOARD?

The Upper Arlington Alumni Association is always looking for enthusiastic, active alums who would like to help us with UAAA's activities. These activities include the annual selection of Outstanding and Distinguished Alumni, the Golden Bear Rock Fest, and determination of content for the Bearalums.com Web site.

It's a casual, fun, non-demanding group, and we'd love to hear from you!

If YOU are interested in joining our Board, please contact us.

  

The Upper Arlington Alumni Association
1950 North Mallway
Columbus OH 43221
614-487-5007 Ext. 1120
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