University of Louisville Magazine

SUM 2018

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55 SUMMER 2018 1950s Faye Miller, 57DH, and Jim Miller, 58B, met on campus in 1957. On Jan. 31, 2018, they celebrated 60 years of marriage. Faye was Vice President of Sigma Kappa sorority and an honor student. Jim was a member of Lambda Chi Fraternity, served on the Business School Student Council, and also played second base for the Uof L Baseball team. Two of their children have carried on their legacy at Uof L: Jennifer Gordon Miller Wilkinson, 88L, and Jason Miller. 1960s Ann L. Adamek, 62A, 69K, displayed her artwork titled "Poppies" in the Ken- tucky Visitor's Center March through April of this year. // Kentucky's Com- munity Advisory Council reaffirmed Robert L. Slaton, 68K, 89GE, as an officer. 1970s Kurt R. Finberg, 72MD, 76MR, presented "Can Fasting Insulin Predict Gestational Diabetes?" at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Coast Obstetrical and Gynecological Society in November 2017 and was elected to membership. The society predates the American College of Ob/Gyn by 20 years and is dedicated to excellence in the devel- opment and delivery of health care to women. // John P. Gearhart, 75MD, received The Royal Society of Medicine of London 2018 Anglo-American Vis- iting Scholar Award after lecturing at both the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children in London and the Royal Society of Medicine Annual Post- graduate Meeting. Gearhart is both a professor and chief of pediatric urology at the Charlotte Bloomberg Children's Hospital at Johns Hopkins. // Brian S. Lively, 75B, retired Oct. 1, 2017, after 42 years with Ford Motor Co. Lively spent his career in the marketing, sales, and service division working in the retail and fleet industries. He retired Degree Index A Arts & Sciences, undergrad. / AC Associate alum / AD Adopted alum / AH Allied health, undergrad. / B Busi- ness, undergrad. / DH Dental hygiene, undergrad. / DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine / DR Dental residency / E Education, undergrad. / GA Arts & Sciences, grad. / GAH Allied health, grad. / GB Business, grad. / GD Dentistry, grad. / GE Education, grad. / GI Interdisciplinary studies, grad. / GJA Justice administration, grad. / GK Kent School of Social Work, grad. / GM Medicine, grad. / GMU Music, grad. / GN Nursing, grad. / GP Public Health, grad. / GS Engineering (Speed School), grad. / GU Urban & public affairs, grad. / H Honorary / JA Justice administration, undergrad. / K Kent School of Social Work, undergrad. / L Law / LA Louisville School of Art / LGH Lou. Gen. Hospital Nursing School / MC Municipal College / MD Doctor of Medicine / MR Medical residency / MU Music, undergrad. / N Nursing, undergrad. / P Public Health, undergrad. / S Engineering (Speed School), undergrad. / SC Kentucky Southern College / SP Southern Police Institute / U Urban & public affairs, undergrad. WHAT'S NEW? Share career updates, relocations, awards, achievements and any other life news about the individuals who make UofL a dynamic and diverse academic community. Send your notes to SLATON MEYER CLASS NOTES June Hobbs, 78GA, was appointed the Fay Webb Gardner Endowed Chair of Student Success. She is a 24-year veteran of the Gardner-Webb University Department of English Language and Literature with a proven track record of extraordinary investment in students. as fleet national account manager, nationally recognized with multiple awards in business development and customer satisfaction during his tenure. // Merrily Orsini, 77GK, president and CEO of Corecubed, won the Silver Stevie Award for Lifetime Achievement in Business. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business recog- nize female entrepreneurs, executives, employees and their organizations for their outstanding work in business. Orsini's company, Corecubed, provides full-service marketing for in-home care providers in 45 states. 1980s Maureen O. Holland, 80A, is expand- ing her business Pilates Village. She started teaching pilates from her home in 2011, then bought Pilates Village in 2016. This year her Cherokee Triangle location in Louisville will undergo extensive renovations to make room for a full-service yoga studio, group classes using Balanced Body CoreAlign units and the first StretchFit facility operating in the United States. Holland is a PMA-Certified pilates instructor, a Pilates Sports Center Master Teacher Trainer, a licensed Buff Bones® instruc- tor, a certified CoreAlign® teacher, an E-RYT certified yoga teacher and a certified TRX® instructor. // Cabbage Patch Settlement House in Louisville named William G. Meyer III, 81B, managing partner of Strothman+Co CPAs, as president. The mission of this 107-year-old organization is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth and their families to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential. // Lottie Cook, 85K, received the very first FSSA Health Impact Award prior to retirement for 34 years of service to the State of Indiana in the mental health arena. She played a key role in changing the trauma-informed care culture at the Evansville Psychiatric Children's Center which resulted in eliminating the use of seclusion, taking restraint use down by 88 percent, and shortening the length of stay from 12 to 13 months to five to six months. // Glenn C. Michelson, 86A, 90MD, was promoted to the chief medical officer of Plexxikon after two years as vice president of oncology. // MICHELSON

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