by Chris Vilag, Published July 13, 2011
Watson at home in return to Buffs
"Watson, who played point guard at Eastern Michigan in the early 1990s, said she`s kept tabs on the CU program ever since she left following Barry`s retirement."
Philharmonic names 3 new members to board
"Coles-Shamberger who was born and raised in Detroit, is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with degrees in communications and journalism."
Martins Ferry's Bruney Will Guide Ohio All-Stars
"Hoover, who is a 1989 graduate of Buckeye North, played football at Eastern Michigan University where he earned his degree in 1994."
Assets International Expands Legal Team with Kathryn Anderson and Alberto Delgado
"She earned a bachelor's degree from Eastern Michigan University and her law degree from Michigan State University College of Law."
Zebras' voice Brooks remembered
"He also played semi-pro baseball and raced stock cars before graduating from Eastern Michigan University."
Sneak Preview: Royal Oak Outdoor Art Fair is This Weekend: Michael and Dee Miller
"Dee has a fine arts degree from Eastern Michigan University. She always loved painting and says the couple just stumbled into doing wooden flowers, including daisies, magnolias, petunias and sunflowers."
Ken MacDonald Jr. enters Michigan Broadcasters Hall of Fame
"Those were revolutionary days in music, he remembered, and he continued through high school and his studies at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti."
Married in Jamaica
"Catherine is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a B.S. degree and a secondary certification in vocational technology."
"Amber, a 2009 graduate of Eastern Michigan University, is employed as an administrative and events assistant at Ryder Logistics in Novi."
Kids Alive President To Speak At Chautauqua Today
"Lackey graduated with a bachelor's degree from John Brown University and a master's degree from Eastern Michigan University."
Reinhart Realtors Announces Five New Agents
"A graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Jennifer Borton has been in sales for over seven years."
John Hartig (BS74, MS77) has won the 2011 Green Book Festival Award in the scientific category for his book "Burning Rivers: Revival of Four Urban-Industrial Rivers that Caught on Fire".
Merel Keck Jr. (BBA75, MBA79) has been selected by the Community Foundation of Monroe’s board of trustees as the president of its executive committee.
Ozzie Hashley (MA78) has retired after 39 years of service in the Clinton Community School District.
Susan Lemon (BS80) was promoted to vice president of senior adult services statewide by Lutheran Social Services of Michigan.
James Pershing (BS81) is the new district park manager for the southern district of the Huron-Clinton Metroparks including Lower Huron, Lake Erie, Oakwoods and Willow metroparks.
David Holloway (BS91) is the new director of auto and labor accounts for Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
Dawn Glossa (BS94) is the recipient of the Inspiring Leader Award from the Association Forum of Chicagoland in recognition of her admirable efforts as the director of marketing and communications for the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
Richard Gray (BA95) is the co-author of "The 21st Century Superhero: Essays on Gender, Genre and Globalization in Film" published through McFarland Publishing.
Richard Duffany (BS99) is the new chief of the Hamburg Township police department.
Jennifer Dunneback (BBA00) has graduated with honors from DePaul University of Chicago, Ill., and now manages a commercial banking credit team at JPMorgan.
Brian Carlson (BS04) has graduated from Michigan State University with a master of arts degree in educational technology.
James Davis (MLS05) has been promoted to deputy chief of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office where he has served for 23 years.