Brady Yoder ’17

Brady Yoder ’17 is  a Mobile Mortgage Originator at First Federal Community Bank in Stark County. Brady earned a bachelor degree with double majors in Marketing and Business Administration.

Philip Fisher ’16

Philip Fisher ’16 has been promoted to Group Account Executive at Milwaukee Bucks, Inc. He served previously as a senior sales associate. At Malone, Fisher earned a bachelor degree with double majors in Business Administration and Sports Management. He served as president of the Sports Management Association 2015-2016.

Jaccalyn Stuckey ’77, Ph.D.

Each year, four faculty members are honored for their commitments to teaching, service, scholarship/creative expression, and adjunct teaching, per nomination by students, faculty, and administration. This year, Jaccalyn Stuckey ’77, Ph.D., Professor of History won the award for teaching. Dr. Stuckey’s talent for drawing in students and making learned material easy for students to relate to and learn is unparalleled. She utilizes visual aids, focused discussion, field trips, and excellent student advising.

Bobby Murphy ’72

Bobby Murphy ’72, has written a book titled, “20/20 Vision”.  The Bible spells out the sufficiency of our response to God. We are to know, love, fear, trust, obey, and serve Him. Those “elemental postures” toward Him are possible, however, only if they have an adequate vision of Him upon which to rest. 20/20 Vision assists us in building such a vision, one that sees Him clearly as He is. The organizational paradigm in 20/20 Vision conveys His attributes revealed, explained, and applied makes it ideal for use in Sunday school classes and small groups. Bobby is a retired EFC-ER pastor. Follow the link to the book here.

 

Jo Spargo ’85

Jo Spargo ’85 has been appointed by Governor John Kasich to the new Chairperson to the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council. Jo graduated from Malone with a social work degree and built her career with REM Ohio and is the executive director of the State-wide provider agency. She begins her service to promote equal opportunities for the statewide disability community. Jo mother of two, one who has disabilities, opened her eyes to a new world, empowering her advocacy for parents of children with disabilities. She hopes to continue to enhance the collaboration and outreach to areas that are in need of services.

Jessica Jones ’16

Jessica Jones ’16 is in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology doctoral program at Clemson University. Upon completion of her PhD, Jones hopes to pursue a career with the Department of Defense studying parasitology, infectious diseases, and epidemiology.