Thank you to the many alumni who shared your happenings with us. Be sure to check out many more notes in your Summer 2012 Trine Magazine. Class notes can also be found online by clicking here. To submit a class note, click here.
Edwin Oxner, BSRE ′48, retired from Vishay–Siliconix after 41 years at the age of 83. Edwin and his wife, Carol, celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary in January.
Harold "Jim" J. Buttery, BSEE ′58, was part of several programs in the space and missile arena that preceded his 26 years of employment with Chrysler. Jim and his wife, Mary, reside in Florida. Their granddaughter, Allie, is a sophomore and a member of the women′s golf team at Trine.
Tom K. Stevens, BSCE ′65, after a 24–year career with the Indiana Department of Transportation and 13 years as the director of the Hamilton County Highway Department, retired. Tom is currently serving as a Commissioner in Hancock County, Ind. He and his wife of 46 years, Carole, have two children, six grandchildren, and one great–granddaughter.
Bill Boyer, BSCE ′71, ran the Walt Disney World Half Marathon on Jan. 17 with his granddaughter, Jourdan Stanley, 16, and his daughter, Libby Boyer–Hysong, 39. Bill is an engineer for the city of Angola, Ind.
Musa Mabrouk, BSCE ′83, is a project director for a 30 Billion SAR company in Saudi Arabia. He is married and has four children. Musa participated in the building of the largest water fountain in Dubai and was the project director for the tallest building in Qatar, at 438 meters.
Theresa (Bolish) Grossman, BSENGED ′92, earned a master′s degree in teaching and curriculum with an emphasis on literacy and language instruction from Michigan State University. She has been accepted into the Educational Psychology/Educational Technology Program doctorate program at MSU and will begin her studies in June.
Kristen (Rink) Stofleth, BSED ′05, and Jason Stofleth BSChE ′05, reside in Millersburg, Ind., with their two daughters, Jalyn and Kenzingten. Kristen is a second–grade teacher at Shipshewana–Scott Elementary School. Jason was recently promoted to a capital project manager at BFGoodrich Tire Manufacturing in Woodburn.
Kathleen Schelinski, BSBA ′11, established a successful consulting firm in South Bend, Ind., offering IT and marketing advice to local businesses. Kathleen and Matthew Spangler, BACOM ′10, were married March 3 at the Corry Naval Station in Pensacola, Fla.