Charles Nutt ’76 is the new Director of International Resource Development for The Salvation Army World Service Office in Alexandria, Virginia. He started at the Salvation Army as a Divisional Development Director in 2011. He is also a pastor, writer, and president of Sebring Campmeeting (Ohio). Chuck and his wife, Beth (Conkey) ’77, have three adult children and three grandchildren.
Rebecca (Greenfield) Mills ’13 has published her first book RAW Inner Workings of a Reawakened Soul. RAW applies theological truths to evaluate life circumstances through the lens of scripture. Using true stories and contemplative processing, Mills shares a variety of life experiences. Readers are encouraged to move beyond superficial Christianity, address darkness in their heart and embrace transforming peace. Learn more here.
Elaine Russell Reolfi ’88, Executive Vice President of Organizational Advancement and Corporate Relations at TimkenSteel Corporation, and fellow TimkenSteel employees who serve on local mental health boards developed an action plan in response to a recent string of suicides among teens in Stark County. Their goal is to raise awareness of the company’s Employee Assistance Program and other resources available to employees and their families. Read Elaine’s article.
Derek Nottingham ’01 has been named a Synchrony Financial Difference Maker. Derek is Treasurer of the Louisville City School District. Read more here.
Katherine (Green) Myerholtz ’06 is a Nurse Practitioner, Associate Medical Director at Family Health Services in Sandusky.