The fall 2018 FindlayMag, which focuses on storytelling, has been published, and its new website at mag.findlay.edu launched.
- Twila Jean Beery ’59 and husband Kermit Hainley ’63, who used their UF experiences as inspiration to create a successful camp in Michigan that serves troubled youth;
- UF Mazza Museum curator Dan Chudzinski, whose fine art and narrative talents have attracted Hollywood film studios’ attention; and
- Katie Ahrns ’17, who is volunteering in Australia as a Catholic missionary.
Also included in this issue are individual college remembrances from UF President Katherine Fell, Ph.D., V.P. for University Advancement Marcia Latta, Ed.D., and UF Alumni Association Board of Governors President DeMya T. Wimberly ’94; a story about Shafer Library as it wraps up its 50th anniversary; a piece on UF’s new Telehealth Center; and the University’s Annual Report, which includes interesting donor impact articles.
The FindlayMag website enables you to access individual stories, along with alumni and campus events information. This is also the place to suggest a story or other content, and submit information and photos for Class Notes, weddings, births and adoptions, and deaths.