Chris Watson ’01, Malone University’s Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer, has been hired by the National Football League to work as an ATC spotter (independent certified athletic trainer) at home games played by the Cleveland Browns. The Browns’ preseason finale on September 1st will mark Watson’s first ATC spotter assignment.
This summer, Watson worked as the Head Athletic Trainer for Team USA for the NACAC Under-23 Championships in San Salvador, El Salvador. This year’s championships marked Watson’s sixth USATF international appointment.
Jennifer (Quast) Noonan ’97, Ph.D. and her family, (husband Ben, daughter Katy, and cousin Abbie) spent two months this summer in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, teaching at Evangelical Theological College. Jennifer taught Hebrew, and Ben taught Pentateuch. The students at ETC are Ethiopians being trained to minister in local churches and ministries in Ethiopia.
Albert Michael “Mike” and Carolyn (Good) Goff of the Class of ’66 celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on August 20, 2016. The Goffs met as students at Malone University. Mike is a retired Indiana Wesleyan University science professor and Carolyn is a retired nurse and social worker. The Goffs live in East Canton.
Army Chaplain (2LT) Lawrence McElrath ’13 graduated from the Chaplain Officer Basic Leadership Course at Ft. Jackson, SC. Lawrence will now head back to Nashotah House Theological Seminary for his final year and hopes to go on active duty. Lawrence and his wife, Megan (McAbee) ’13, live in Nashotah, Wisconsin.
Nancy Harcar ’94 was selected by the U.S. Department of State for a prestigious English Language Teaching Fellowship in the West Bank Palestinian Territories at An-Najah National University in Nablus. She is one of only 165 U.S. citizens selected for the 2016-2017 English Fellow Program. Harcar earned a master’s degree in TESOL from Azusa Pacific University. She was formerly an assistant professor of English at Kwangju Women’s University in Gwangju, South Korea.