Sarah Einselen (’11) married Matthew McGhee on May 28, 2017, at a relative’s home in Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada. They have established their residence in Logansport, Indiana, where Sarah has been news editor at the Pharos-Tribune for the past five years and was interim editor in 2016. Matthew, previously of Riverton, Manitoba, Canada, is now a process engineer at A. Raymond Tinnerman, Logansport.
Kevie (Williams ’11) Fiecoat
opened up her very own online-boutique, Emmy Mae Boutique. Kevie’s desire to open a boutique started at MVNU when she made a mock online boutique for a class. Emmy Mae fulfills Kevie’s passion for fashion in a way that works with the family’s U.S. Navy lifestyle while achieving the desire to contribute to their family and setting a positive example for their children. Visit today
Samuel Nobilucci (’11) received his Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine on May 12 from The Ohio University. Dr. Nobilucci will be completing his residency training in Emergency Medicine, with plans to pursue additional certifications in Toxicology and Aerospace Medicine.
Maradith (Noonen ’11) Skalak, M.D. presented her award-winning research during the annual St. John Hospital & Medical Center’s Resident Research Day on April 25, 2018. Skalak won first place in the oral competition with her research presentation on "Pediatrics: Inpatient Management of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Comparison of Two Protocols at St. John Children’s Hospital." Dr. Skalak has chosen to practice in the field of Neonatology with an emphasis on research and care for babies born to mothers who have used drugs.
Kendra (Votaw ’14) Mosher serves as the assistant women’s volleyball coach at Kenyon College and is married to Jacob (’14) who is an interstate gas scheduler at Direct Energy in Dublin, Ohio. The Moshers have been married since 2014.
Brent Schnipke (’14) was accepted to a psychiatry residency at Wright State University and will graduate from medical school on May 10.
Cambree Moser (’16) has been accepted into The Ohio State University Master of Human Resource Management program, where she will begin her studies in fall 2018. Moser is Graduate Program Coordinator for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at OSU.
Aubrey Bailey (’17) auditioned for the Columbus Symphony Chorus and was accepted for the 2017-2018 season. Thirty-six singers auditioned and 10 were accepted with Aubrey as the only alto. Aubrey works as a Community Impact Assistant at 104.9 FM The River in Columbus, Ohio.
Brent Shilling (’17) studied biology at MVNU and has been accepted into Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dublin campus.
Savannah Bryner (’18) has been accepted to dental school at West Virginia University.
Matthew Kochheiser (’18) has been accepted to medical school at Ohio University, Athens campus.
MacKenzie Walker (’18) has been accepted into the Pharm.D. program at West Virginia University.
Jennifer Chlam (’18) has been accepted into the 2018 entering optometry class at The Ohio State University.