Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Costs spiral, ESPN dumps 100 on-air talents

ESPN committed itself to billions of dollars for the right to cover college and professional sports.

100 “on-air talent” will get the axe to help pay for it.

The Big 10 package with ESPN was for $1 billion over 10 years. The Big 10 replacement deal with ESPN and Fox is for $2.64 billion over six years.

ESPN, CBS, Fox and NBC will ante $39.6 billion over 9 years for NFL games.

Advertisers balk at escalating prices for commercials. ESPN has lost seven million subscribers in two years.

The math has stopped working.

There’s no free lunch. For 100 ESPN on-air talent, this runaway train has eaten their lunch . . . and breakfast and dinner and rent.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Employees at the BJ in 1979

Monday, April 24, 2017


John with Rebecca after his latest surgery

Dunphy surgery went well

Former BJ State Desk reporter John Dunphy, who has fended off esophageal cancer for years, had surgery Tuesday for his prostate cancer.

John's wife, Rebecca Allen, reported:

“Dunphy is out of surgery. Dr. Gill said everything went fine with no complications.
“John is awake. The worst is over. Let the healing begin.”
The surgery was at Keck Medical Center at USC where John had his esophageal cancer surgery in 2013.

John and wife of 9 years Rebecca Allen live in Lakewood.

John’s siblings are Steve Dunphy, who lives in Seattle; Harry Dunphy; sister Sister Patricia Dunphy; Maureen Dunphy Welling; Paul Dunphy; Peter Dunphy; Dennis Dunphy; and Christine Dunphy Barnett.  

John is contributing editor at Southland Golf and a former reporter for the Orange County Register in California. John is a Cincinnati Xavier University graduate from New York City.
Rebecca is deputy Features Editor at the OC Register.

At Ol’ Blue Walls, with the late Pat Englehart cracking the whip, John was a key reporter in the BJ’s coverage of the 1970 Kent State killings by the National Guard that brought the newspaper a Pulitzer Prize.

The Orange County Register's Grand Avenue building where John roamed the newsroom for years was swapped for quarters in Anaheim last week.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

 

 

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Will ring of lies end in Oval Office exit?

New York Times editorial writer Charles M. Blow wrote a scathing indictment of President Trump as a liar, liar, pants on fire x 1 million.

And got into FBI Director James Comey’s role in jimmying Hillary Clinton's election chances while protecting Donald Trump during the campaign.

It you want to read the frightening opinion piece which warns of another Watergate-like Presidential exit, click on the blue https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/23/opinion/birth-of-the-biggest-lie.html?mc=aud_dev&mcid=keywee&mccr=domdesk&kwp_0=372148&kwp_4=1387557&kwp_1=611532&_r=0


Janice Grant Strode, who was a BJ Circulation secretary for 25 years, passed away Tuesday, April 18.



Janice was born in Mexico, a town in Missouri, but the family moved to Akron when she was 2 years old.

I don’t know the years that Janice worked at Ol’ Blue Walls but she’s in the 1981 employee directory that Advertising Makeup retiree Mike Williams provided, the 1978 and 1979 BJ Christmas promos and in the 1979 and 1998 employee directories that Ken Krause has.

BJ Advertising Art retiree Mike Williams remembers:

“Jan also typed and did the Girl Friday thing in the Ad Art department in 1976? and a few years after that.

“She was kind and welcoming to me when I spelled Gary Pembrook there for two years.

“Here's a Creative Services Christmas message from the Nov-Dec 1977 Tower Topics issue. She's peeking over my right shoulder.

A year later, Mike added:

“In the next year's Christmas message (December 1978) she got the best seat of the group.

Janice's cousin, Andale Gross, confirmed that Janice worked in Circulation.
 
Janice’s obituary:

Janice M. Grant Strode

Janice M. Grant Strode, 74, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

Janice was born in Mexico, Missouri in 1942 to Raymond and Gladys Grant but moved to Akron, Ohio when she was only two years old. Janice retired from the Akron Beacon Journal as a secretary after 25 years of service; she was a member of Mount Calvary Baptist Church. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother, sister, aunt, and friend to all her family and friends; she will be greatly missed.

Janice was preceded in death by her father, Raymond Grant; mother, Gladys Grant; brother, Clarence Grant; sister, Geraldine Woodson; and nephews, Michael A. Grant and Garland Marshall.

She leaves to celebrate a life well lived: her beloved husband of 51 years, Emmitt Strode Jr.; son, Shawn (Dierdre) Strode; daughter, Samara Strode of Columbus, Ohio; granddaughters, Makayla Strode of Columbus, Ohio, Carmalita and Brianna Bradley; grandsons, Sterling Powell and Excell Bradley; great-grandchildren, Sterling Jr. and JaBraylon Powell; brothers, Donald (Dione) Grant and Milton Grant; sister, Carol (Lonnie) Hubbard; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and close friends.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Calling hours are from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., and the service will begin at 12 p.m. at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 442 Bell Street, Akron, OH 44307. Pastor Jack Streeter officiating, Interment at Greenlawn Cemetery, 2580 Romig Road, Akron, OH 44320. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The American Heart Association at 3505 Embassy Pkwy. Suite 100, Akron, OH 44333. Procession will form and condolences may be sent to 896 Valdes Ave., Akron, OH 44320.

Stewart & Calhoun Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

 
Unhappy day about Erin Moran

Erin Marie Moran, the Joanie who loved Chachi on the “Happy Days” TV series (1947-1984), is dead at age 56.

Erin Moran
Marion Ross and Tom Bosley played her parents. Ronnie Howard played her brother, Richie.

The #1 draw on the series was Henry Winkler as the cool and hip The Fonz.

Anson Williams played Potsie, Don Most played Ralph Malph, Pat Morita played Arnold, Penny Marshall was Laverne, Cindy Williams played Shirley, Robin Williams, who died in 2014, played Mork for 2 episodes before getting his own series.

Moran and Scott Baio reprieved their characters in the short-lived spinoff, "Joanie Loves Chachi.” Other "Happy Days" spin-offs were "Laverne & Shirley" and "Mork & Mindy."

Erin has been married to Steven Fleischmann since 1993, after divorcing Rocky Ferguson, her husband since 1987.

Bosley died in 2010, Al Molinaro (Al, who replaced Morita as the owner of the diner, the setting for many of the episodes) in 2015 and producer Garry Marshall in 2016.

Saturday, April 22, 2017


Journey from Copley to ‘Fargo’


Carrie Coon in 'Fargo'
Carrie Coon, who plays Gloria Burgle, the recently divorced chief of the Eden Valley Police in FX’s “Fargo” series, is a 1999 Copley High graduate.

“Fargo,” in its third season, airs on FX at 10 p.m. Wednesdays.

Her parents, John and Paula Cook, still live in Copley. She has a sister and three brothers.

Carrie met her husband, playwright-actor Tracy Letts, while performing in Chicago.

To read the story by PD and former BJ pop culture critic Mark Dawidziak, click on http://www.cleveland.com/tv-blog/index.ssf/2017/04/carrie_coon_makes_the_journey_from_copley_to_fargo.html#incart_river_index

 

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

O’Reilly joins Ailes as Fox News exile

Bill O'Reilly, you're out!
Primetime host Bill O’Reilly has been forced out by Fox News after two decades with the cable channel.

It cost Rupert Murdoch’s company $13 million to settle sexual harassment allegations against him.

The departure comes less than three weeks after The New York Times revealed how Fox News and 21st Century Fox repeatedly stood by Mr. O’Reilly even as sexual allegations piled up.

O’Reilly’s ouster came after more than 50 advertisers dropped his show and women’s rights groups called for his ouster. Women inside the company were outraged by the stonewalling.

Last summer a sexual harassment scandal forced the ouster of Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.

Sure looks like a despicable boys will be boys pattern at Fox News.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Retired Atlanta editorial giant Tom Teepen passes away

Tom Teepen, 82, retired Cox columnist and editorial page editor of The Atlanta Constitution, died Sunday.

He was married to his second wife, Sandy Teepen, for more than 30 years. He had been battling various illnesses since a kidney transplant 10 years ago.

Tom Teepen
When he was 7, Tom would write stories on paper and hand them out to people because he wanted to be a newspaperman.


The Ohio University grad began his career with the Dayton Daily News (1958-82) and with the Constitution and Cox Newspapers columnist (1982-2000). 
 
He completed a John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University in 1967, focusing on African studies.

Marilyn Geewax, a former BJ business reporter who was at the Constitution before becoming a National Public Radio business analyst living in Washington, said “I always thought of him as a Renaissance beatnik.”

Saturday, April 15, 2017


At the Beacon Journal you could tell what kind of a day Tom Moore was having when he was the newsroom makeup man by counting the number of “Goddammits.”

Well, I’m guessing that, on his wedding anniversary on Friday, April 14, Tom changed it to “Hot, damn, we made it to 66!”

Daughter Amy Moore saw it from a different viewpoint: “How blessed and lucky am I to have amazing parents that are celebrating 66 years of marriage!!!!”

Tom and Minnesotan Dot were married in the naval communications chapel in Washington, D.C. Tom was in the Air Force at Bolling Air Force Base in D.C. and editor of the base newspaper.

Tom's 41-year newspaper career was on the Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Zanesville News (now defunct), Lorain Journal, Columbus Citizen-Columbus Citizen Journal (both defunct) and the BJ. Plus four years part-time in the Ohio State Patrol headquarters in Columbus, editing the patrol's magazine,The Flying Wheel.

After his retirement from Ol’ Blue Walls, Tom didn’t go off the rails. He went on them, as a conductor for the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad. Dot often made treats for the passengers that she handed to Tom for special delivery.

Beginning in 2004, Tom headed for Fort Myers, Florida in October to publish a daily newspaper for the Roy Hobbs Baseball World Series for older players run by former BJ sports editor Tom Giffen, who took that show to Fort Myers three decades ago.

Richmond, Virginia native Tom was adopted by Spotswood and Virgina Moore in Tazewell, Virginia.

Tom and Dot have four children, including three daughters who were copygirls at the BJ.

That would be Amy Moore; Caroline Jean Krack, who lives in Minnesota and retired as a teacher's aide; Katherine Ann Moore, who lives in Cuyahoga Falls, retiring from the Environmental Protection Agency after 34 years; and a son also named Tom, who is married to Sabrina Naylor Moore.
Maybe 93-year-old Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff will show up and serenade Tom with “The Anniversary Waltz.” Or “Sentimental Journey,” which made Doris famous, or "Pillow Talk," which brought her an Oscar nomination.  

Doris sang to Tom in 1949. Well, to be clearer, and all the other new Air Force members at the amphitheater.

Maybe you know her better as Doris Day.

Goddammit, Tom, you sure know how to pick the ladies for a lifetime or for a night of superior singing!

If you want to congratulate Tom, his phone number is (330) 762-6669. If you’re too lazy to use your Smartphone, he has a Facebook page.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Our amazing winter in Disneyland for adults
6 months for Paula in her Florida home, 4 months for John between WVU football games.
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John played 80 rounds in 90 days; Paula took up golf for first time ever

There's free golf, outdoor live music & dancing, softball, pickleball, tennis every day


Paula's family visited at her house. Sister Janet, brothers Tom and Raymond came from Ohio.


John had reunions with fellow Mountaineers, former BJ printer's widow, former Monongah, WV neighbors

But, as Dorothy said, "There's no place like home" ... as long as it isn't winter!

Former 1970s BJ State Desk reporter Cathy Robinson Strong has taught journalism in Dubai, the United Arab Emirate for three years.

When she’s not a journalism lecturer at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand, where she’s lived for about three decades, Cathy flies to America regularly to visit family and friends, including her sister, Janet Mullins, in Bainbridge Island, Washington.

Cathy has given journalism lectures in Japan and Taiwan, water-skiied and kayaked and flown to Washington, D.C. to accept first prize in the Great Ideas For Teachers competition at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in 2013. 

She flew to Boston to jump in a hot tub with friend Pam McCarthy, retired North Canton Hoover High teacher that she hadn’t seen in 35 years. 

So it seems logical that Cathy is in Saigon at a cooking class for Vietnamese cuisine. She learned how to whip up Dragon-fried egg cake, cabbage parcel soup and other delicacies.

At least Cathy will escape the earthquakes that hit New Zealand about 15,000 times a year! Except for 100 to 150 quakes you can feel, you need a seimograph to record them.

Obviously, most aren’t at the level of the San Francisco earthquake. But Paula and I did see a lot of damage in Christchurch when we visited New Zealand.


Cinda Williams Chima, a former clinical dietician who once worked in the BJ classified phone room (1969-78), is the author of “Shadowcaster,” #6 on the New York Times’ childen’s best-seller list.

“Shadowcaster” centers on Alyssa ana'Raisa, reluctant princess heir to the Gray Wolf throne of Fells, who is forced into a battle for her future queendom.

Cinda writes fiction novels for young adults.

Cinda wrote:

“I often tell people that I worked my way through school with a job that turned out to be the very best preparation to be a writer.

“Working at the BJ was life-changing for me.”
Cinda is part of an amazing triumvirate of siblings in the Williams family.

There is BJ Advertising Art retiree Mike Williams (BJ 1968-2012), who travels around South and Central America with his wife of 40 years, Jane, after 44 years at Ol’ Blue Walls.

Mike and Jane have two sons, independent trucker Nathan Williams, and chemical engineer Trevor Williams.

Mike retired from the BJ in 2012.

Another Williams sibling is Cinda’s fraternal twin (not identical but born on the same day from the same womb), BJ information technology retiree Linda Williams Torson, married to Akron-Summit County Metroparks retiree Tim Torson. 

Linda was with the Beacon Journal for 42 years and was so good with computers that she joined the BJ’s IT team to usher in the new technology that hit Ol’ Blue Walls in the late 1970s.  

I did the same thing from the newsroom side. Linda and I both worked with the late Ken Wright on the Composing end to smooth the transition for everyone in the building.

Linda’s other loves besides Tim are horses and dogs, including the national Dock Dog jumping competition involving Linda and Tim's Labradors.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Ester Smith passes away

Ester “Smitty” Smith, who worked at the BJ for many years before he retired, passed away Saturday, April 8.

Ester Smith
He’s on the 1981 BJ employee directory that Advertising Makeup retiree Mike Williams provided for me.

Later, Mike informed me that Smitty was part of Tommie Cook's paperhandlers. Smitty also was involved in the United Way campaign at the BJ and was pretty good with a bowling ball, too.
 

Smitty’s obituary:

Mr. Ester “Smitty” Smith

Mr. Ester “Smitty” Smith of Akron, Ohio died on Saturday, April 8, 2017 after a long illness.

Smitty was born in Oxford, Miss. on December 28, 1944 to the late Pastor Ester Moss and Catherine Smith. After Smitty graduated, he left Oxford, Miss and joined the U.S. Army.

He then started working for the Akron Beacon Journal. He worked for many years until he retired.

After retiring he loved spending time with his friends and family and having a good time. He loved going shopping and doing yard work with his wife, Shirley. He was a very patient and loving man. May God continue to keep him under His wings.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Lewis Smith; and sister, Marie Smith Pringle. Smitty leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife, Shirley Foster Smith; son, Edward Smith; and daughter, Crystal Smith; grandchildren, Jason Culver, Jaylyn Culver, Justin Smith and Shayla Smith; brothers, Rev. Harry Smith, Charles Smith, of Oxford, Miss., Preston Smith, of Memphis, Tenn.; sisters, Modupe Ogunyemi, of Oakland, Calif., Cassandra Porter, of Oxford, Miss.; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and family.

Service will be held Friday April 14, 2017 at 1 p.m. at Stewart &

Calhoun Funeral Home, 529 W. Thornton St., Akron, OH 44307, Rev. Harry Smith officiating. Interment Mt. Peace Cemetery. Friends may visit at the funeral home from 12 Noon until time of service. Procession will form at 1507 Washburn St., Akron, OH 44307 and condolences may be sent to P.O. Box 8057, Akron, OH 44320.

 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017



Former BJ and current PD pop critic Mark Dawidziak, author of “Everything I Needed to Know I Learned From The Twilight Zone,” will premiere his “Twilight Show” on stage at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 13 with wife Sara Showman.

They will be converting genius Rod Serling’s “Twilight Zone” as a stage “journey into the wondrous land of imagination.” I can’t imagine how Mark will pull this one off at the Nordonia Hills Library.

“Everything … Twilight Zone” is the 15th book that Mark has written or edited. He’s gaining on the prolific Terry Pluto, who wrote chapters to his many books while riding an airplane to Cavalier games. Terry is closing in on 30 books.

Mark and Sara’s Mostly Literary Theater has performed shows tied to Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens and the Civil War in the area and, in the cast of Twain, around the country including places where Twain himself once trod the land.

As for “Twilight Zone” the stage play, Mark tells me “we'll be performing this one many more times over the next few months in Northeast Ohio. Just as soon as we get a couple under our belt.”

Mark lives in Cuyahoga Falls with wife Sara and daughter Becky and various animals.

“Twilight Zone” aired from 1959 to 1964, but lives forever in the minds of those who watched the crafty Cincinnatian’s chilling life lessons.

Serling once said, ““Every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull.”

In Mark’s case, his auditoria are both in his skull and in his stage performances. In athletics parlance, he’s a two-sport player.

Pluto was at the Plain Dealer (1979-84), then the BJ (1985-2007) and then back to the PD (2007-today).

Monday, April 10, 2017

Cheryl walks into Dr. Barsan’s office . . .

Cheryl Scott Sheinin should be in the Guiness Book of World Records.

She first showed up in the dentist office of Dr. Barsan. When he retired, Cheryl switched to his son, Dr. Bob Barsan.

Cheryl Scott Sheinin
Now that Dr. Bob is retiring, she’ll be showing up for Bob’s brother, Dr. Dave Barsan.

The only constant in that office, besides the sound of dental work, is Cheryl walking into the place.

Cheryl retired after 45 years in the BJ Finance Department. Husband Neil Sheinin is a former BJ staffer who came up with a novel way to save on buying gifts: He married Cheryl on September 29, her birthday. One gift for two occasions. Clever guy.

By the way, he’s been getting away with single-dipping two milestone events for 37 years.
Everyone at BJ in 1981

Advertising Makeup retiree Mike Williams, between visits to Mexico and South America, provided me with this 1981 BJ employees directory.

It’s in alphabetical order, regardless of department, so you can see if your name or the names of your former co-workers are listed.
This is everyone who was in the building during JSK's final year.

These are the people who were at Ol’ Blue Walls when John S. Knight would saunter to his corner office after his winterizing in his Miami Herald office and a stopover for the Kentucky Derby on the first Saturday in April.

Read, enjoy, get as nostalgic as I did. Too many, alas, are not just gone from 44 E. Exchange Street, but have gone to That Great Newspaper in the Sky.

The list that Mike provided (mucho gracias, Mike):

ABBOTT, Robert E

AGNELLO, Anthony J

ALBERT, Louis J

ALLEN, Dale

AMOROSO, Joseph S

ANDERSON, Harold

ANDERSON, Ron

ANDERSON, Tom

AQUINO, William A

ARNEY. Roben

ASHBROOK, Michael A

ATSAROFF, Robert

AUXTER, Dan

AYERS, CharIes W

AYERS , Michael

AYLWARD, Edward E

AYLWARD,  Joseph M

AYLWARD,  William B

AYRES, Lora

AZAR,  Clarence L

BAILEY, Eugene C

BAILEY, Paul

BAILEY, Richard H

BAIR, WilIiam G

BAIRD, Doyle F

BAKER,  Dona1d L

BAKER, Rand L

BALOGH, Ernest E

BANDY, Donald L

BARBER, James A

BAREFOOT, Ned R

BARONE, Anthony

BARRETT,  James D

BAUMGARDNER, Bruce

BEATY, Terry L

BECHLER, Gerhard

BECK, Arthur

BECK, Carl A

BECTON,  Helen M

BELCHER, Marla K

BELDON, James L

BELL, Jerome W

BELTER, Robert

BENDEL Russell C

BENICH. John

BENKO, Steve

BENNETT, Edward

BENNETT, Ronald J

BEORN, RaIph M

BERDIS, Robert J

BERGER, William E

BERGESON, Deanna L

BERTLE, Joseph J

BIANCULLI, David

BIDINGER, Dean E

BIERMAN, William E

BIGELOW, Lloyd L

BLAND, Kathryn D

BLANER, Daniel P

BLANTON, Watson L

BLAUROCK, Jacqueline

BLOOM, Constance L

BOARMAN, Russell W

BOERNER, David

BOND, John S

BOOKWALTER, Michael L

BOONE, Ralph

BOWEN, Kathleen W

BOWMAN, Ronald G

BOYLES, Robert E

BRADLEY, John M

BROUSE, Richard D

BROWN, Debra A

BROWN, Hansel E

BROWN, Robert N

BROWN, Robert L

BROWNING, Patricia F

BUCK, Richard O

BUELOW, Michelle

BUERGE, Virgil K

BULGRIN, George H

BUNDY, George W

BURKHARDT, Robert C

BUSH, Frank E

BUZEK, David

BUZEK, Paul

BUZEK, Samuel

BYRD, William H

CALLAHAN, Francis D

CALLAHAN, MichaeI G

CAMP, Carroll E

CAMPBELL, John W

CANTERBURY, William

CAPATOSTA.  RudoIph A

CAPRETTA, RonaId C

CARDWELL, Jewell

CARNEY, James A

CARNEY, Raymond T

CARR, Lisa D

CARR, Ruth

CARRINGER, Helen L

CATALANO, Joseph A

CEA, James

CHAMBERS, Cathy

CHAPMAN, David E

CHAPPELL, Jack F

CHESTER, Theodore M

CHICK, Russell S

CHRISTIAN, Marva C

CHUPARKOFF,  Karen M

CINICOLO, Angelo

CISTONE, David A

CLADESKY, F

CLAPP, AIfred P

CLAPSADDLE, Judith A

CLARK, Darlene

CLARK, Donald

CLARK, Larry S

CLARK, Lillian J

CLARK, Ronald D

CODDINGTON, Richard M

C0LE, Kenneth F

COLE, KimberIy

COLE, Patrick

COLETTA, Maxwell E

COLEY, Dorothy P

COLUNS, Eunice E

CONLEY, Michael D

CONWAY, Michael T

COOK, Tommie L

COOL, Jolene K

COON, Robert A

COOPER, David B

COOPER, Eddie R

COOPER, James T

CORALL, Robert E

COSTELLO, John A

COUDRIET, Benard L

COUDRIET, Robert A

COWMAN, Thomas J

COX, Bernard

COX, Dallas H

COX, James

COY, Helen O

CRAGO, Francis H

CRAIG, Paul A

CRAIG, Terry L

CRAIGLOW, Robert E

CRAVEN, William E

CRAWLEY, Richard F

CROSIER, F Greg

CULL, Michael B

CULLISON, Ardent

CUMMINGS, David L

CURRY, Raymond

CUSHING, Arthur B

CUTLIP, Paul D

DANCY, James E

DARR, James H

DARR, John

DAVEY, James F

DAVEY, Thomas W

DAVIDSON, Gail

DAVIS, George W

DAVIS, John H

DAVIS, Margaret J

DAWKINS, Robert G

DEAN, Barbara J

DEAN, Michael T

DELUCA, James W

DEMAREE, Mary C

DENNIS, David W

DERENDAL, James

DESHONG, Calvin E

DESKOVICH, Robert J

DETTLING, Louis J

DeVOS, Albert S

DIETZ, Helen E

DILBECK, LeRoy C

DiMAURO, Anthony G

DIMEFF, Michael J

DINGLE, Rodney

DiPIETRO, Joseph

DIXON, Barbara R

DOBBS, Leon

DOERING, William H

DOMITZ, Joseph J

DOUGHERTY, John P

DOVE, James L

DOWNING, Hugh D

DOWNING, Robert M

DRAY, Terry J

DRAYER, Robert R

DRUMM, Carole L

DUNAY, Jacqueline F

DUNCAN, AIexander

DUNCAN, Bonny F

DUNN, Edward J

DUNN, Joseph J

DUNPHY, John M

DURST, Eugene

DYER, James T

DZUBARA, George M

EARLE, Timothy C

EARLENBAUGH, Dennis

EARLL, Charlotte M

EDWARDS, Ronald W

EFFERSON, Dale G

EIKLEBERRY, Thomas E

EMERSON, Victor L

ENGLEHART, Patrick T

ERWIN, Sharon K

ESTERAK, Anita R

ESTERLY, James N

ETHERIDGE, William F

FAHEY, Jean L

FAIR, Richard L

FARIS, Mark N

FARKAS, Jack

FARKAS, Timothy

FARRELL, Homer

FARRELL, James K

FATKINS, Joseph A

FELBER, Frank E

FERGUSON, WiIliam B

FERMOYLE, DonaId R

FICK, Richard F

FILLER, Gerald M

FISHER, Elaine D

FITZGERALD, Robert P

FITZPATRICK, Albert

FLINT, Robert L

FLOWER, Jerry W

FLOWER, John

FOBEAN, Edward C

FORBIS, Barry

FORGUS, Jerry

FOUSE, Dennis M

FOWLER, George D

FOX, Craig A

FOX Jr, Craig A

FRAME, Elwood

FRANCIS, Lois E

FRANKLIN, David H

FRATTURA, Albert F

FRAZE, Kathleen M

FREJOFSKY, Stephen W

FRIENT, John A

FRITZSCHE, Kathy L

FROEHLICH, Richard L

FROELICH, Larry D

FRY, Halleck D

FULLER, Kenneth L

FULLERTON, James E

FURMAN, Lawrence H

GANGL, Ottmar J

GARRARD, Edith

GARRETT, Theresa A

GASPER, Joseph A

GATES, Delores

GAY, Teresa

GAYNOR, Donn F

GEEWAX, Marilyn A

GEIGER, Margaret

GEIGER, Peter

GELS, James V

GEMIND, Edward J

GEORGE, Lucinda M

GIACOMO, Joseph S

GID, Marion L

GILBERT, CharIes E

GILLENTINE, James K

GILMORE, Brenda

GINNINGS, Daphne

GLENDENING, Ronald C

GOODRICH, Kenneth

GORDON, G Dennis

GOSHORN, Robert C

GRADWOHL, Carol

GRAHAM, Andrew D

GRAHAM, David H

GRAMLEY, Kim

GRAVES, Linda V

GREENE, Larnie W

GREGORY, Grover L

GRESOCK, Richard J

GRIFFIN,  Robert J

GRIMM, John H

GRNA, Paul

GRNA, Paul D Jr

GRNA Jr, Paul D

GULLY, Margaret

GUSSLER, Suzanna

HAAS, Dennis L

HABYAN,  Raymond J

HAGENBUSH, Frank

HAINES, Hershel

HALL, Janet

HALL, Sandra

HANNA, Marjorie H

HANNAN, CharIes

HANZEL, Edward R

HARM, Edward W

HARRINGTON, Morris J

HARTMAN, Earl W

HARTMAN, EmiI W

HAWK, Donald N

HAYES, Timothy A

HAZEL, Jerry P

HEINBUCH, Clifford J

HEINBUCH, Dave

HEINBUCH, William H

HELLER, Barbara

HENRETTY, Robert

HENSON, Richard

HERBRUCK, Donald W

HERCHEK, Michael J

HEROLD, Gerald J

HERSHEY, William

HESS, DonaId D

HIBBS, Ronald H

HICKS, Pat

HIGDON, Joseph

HILSHEIMER, Willard

HINE, Kay D

HINE, Ronald L

HINEY, Ralph W

HOFFMAN, Kenneth P

HOFFMAN, Stephen

HOGG, TrammeII W

HOILES, Robert L

HOLCOMB, Douglas L

HOLCOMB, Johnie N

HOLCOMB, Marjorie

HOWARD, Donna M

HOWE, Anna

HOWELL, Robert L

HUBER, Sandra P

HUDGINS, Keith

HUGHES, Michael J

HUHN, Kevin L

HUMPHREY, CIark J

HUNSICKER, Alfred W

HUNT, Marvin R

HUNT, Susan L

HUNTER, WilIiam G

HUTH, Karen L

HYETT, Robert L

IONA, Thomas A

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KEELING, Lynn

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KELLEY, David M

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