Thursday, January 29, 2015
Adam Hall '08
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Emily Mills '14
Under the joint supervision of Malone faculty Clare Murray Adams, MFA, and Lauren S. Seifert, Ph.D., Emily worked with elders to explore memories of life events and document a chosen event through the creation of a Keepsake Box. Emily provided visual analysis by creating artwork in response to each elders' Keepsake Box artwork.
Monday, January 26, 2015
June Bethany Snyder
Matt is a Product Sales Manager at Parker Hannifin where he is in his 12th year. Gretchen earned her master's in Education, Rehabilitation Counseling from Kent State University in 2009 and worked as a counselor at Vocare Services, Inc. until 2013 when she left to stay at home with their daughters. The family lives in Kent, Ohio.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Dr. Earl H. Bailey '66
Dr. Earl Bailey spoke to pastors at the Evangelical Friends Church -Eastern Region Pastor's Mini-Conference on December 9, 2014, on the topic of Mentoring the Mentors. A pastor and evangelist with over 50 years experience in ministry, Bailey is more than qualified to mentor leaders. His own ministry reaches into every nation of the world through his radio program, Word for the World and he is still preaching and teaching, and active in the Word For the World International Radio Ministry.
Bailey received his B.A. from Malone University, an M.Div. from Ashland Seminary and his D.Min. from Trinity Theological Seminary. He was named Alumnus of the Year in 1990 and has served on the Malone University Board of Trustees.
In 2011, the Executive Board of the Malone University Alumni Association established The Earl H. Bailey Lifetime Achievement Award to recognize extraordinary accomplishments by members of the Malone family. This is the highest honor bestowed by the Malone University Alumni Association and Bailey received the inaugural award in October of 2011.
Earl and his wife, Judy (Ferguson) '66 have three sons and daughters-in-law and seven grandchildren.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Sara Elizabeth Hawkins '10, '12
Atomic Dice can be spotted at local car shows and events in their unique full fashion 1950’s style. This dynamic team's home base is a warehouse in Salem, Ohio, where they host family friendly car shows each spring and fall. SaraBelle's partner Robert McElroy, aka "Atomic", paints on location at car shows throughout the United States while SaraBelle runs their art booth selling items and apparel.
Sarabelle holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Management, Concentration in Project Management from Malone University.
As Christians, SaraBelle and Atomic firmly believe in their corporate social responsibility to the community. They donate art and time at events such as the World of Wheels High Scrollers to raise awareness and financial support for the Autism Society of Pittsburgh. To learn more about Atomic Dice and classes they offer, visit www.atomicdicecustompaint.com.
Duncan Moses Ephrem Baker
Sherri Lyons ’92 and Jeff Bartolet
Jeff Bartolet and Sherri Lyons '92 on November 22, 2014 at First Nazarene Church of South Charleston, WV. The couple writes, "What a remarkable work our Father has done in us, bringing us together in such a miraculous way! We praise His name!"
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Colt Nathaniel Shepard
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Chris Watson '01
Watson is Malone's Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer. He also completed a M.A. in Education degree from Ashland University in 2003. Chris, his wife Angela (Lockhart) ’00, and their three children live in Green.
Monday, January 12, 2015
Vincent Carl Paglia
Grants Secured for TomTod Ideas
Grasp. Go. Grow. is an in-school collaborative that walks students through the ideation process, where students combine research and field trip findings to develop others’ centered ideas. Idea X is six-12 month long experiential mentorship adventure designed to give middle school students the tools they need to make change in the world for good.
TomTod’s newest initiative, Artsplorations, are art exploration workshops where students develop problem solving approaches, brainstorming tools and critical thinking skills. The Arts in Stark grant will help fund four, one day workshops as well as a week-long series during TomTod’s summer camp, the Canton Dreamoratory.
Stephen James Vanaman
Jocelyn Snyder '05
From 2006-2009, Snyder served with Mennonite Central Committee in Zambia working as assistant chaplain at Choma Secondary School and also facilitating HIV/AIDS youth and young adult peer educator workshops.
Alexander John Highman
Seth William Dorman
A son, Seth William, to Amy and Jason Dorman '11 on October 30, 2014. Jason is a health service coordinator at Life Line Screening. The family lives in Canton.
Braxton Michael Steinberger
A son, Braxton Michael, to Ben and Kathie (Howell) '03 Steinberger on November 24, 2014. Braxton joins big brother Cade and big sister Addyson. Kathie teaches 3rd Grade at Bryan County Elementary School and Ben is a Lead Technician at Gulfstream Aerospace. The family lives in Ellabell, Georgia.