Stanley Joehlin named OSU Meritorious Alumnus
Stanley Joehlin has been awarded the Ohio State College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Alumni Society’s 2009 Meritorious Service Award.
Joehlin has been a continuous member of the Industry and Professional Advisory Group for the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Ohio State since 1982.
After graduating from Ohio State with a B.S and M.S. in agricultural engineering, he worked with his father in drainage contracting and farming operations. In 1964, he started as a research and development project engineer at Permaglass Inc. He was subsequently promoted to a manager’s position of a new research and development facility.
When Permaglass merged with Guardian Industries, he joined the resulting company, Glasstech Inc, as engineering manager. He subsequently became VP of Operations and then VP of Customer Service. By 1989, when he left the company, Joehlin had been involved in the design, construction, or start-up of about the first 250 Glasstech tempering lines.
Since leaving Glasstech, Stanley has worked as a consultant to the tempering industry. A member of the advisory board for the local home of The Little Sisters of the Poor, he was active as an assistant to the architect during the building of a new $16.8 million home. He continues to offer support the maintenance supervisor and received the Legacy of Caring award from the Little Sisters in 2008.
Also in 2008, Stanley served as a member of the advisory committee to St. Vincent’s Mercy Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Joehlin and his wife, Dolores, live in Curtice.
zThe Clay High School class of 1989 is planning a 20-year class reunion Sept. 26 at Maumee Bay Resort.
Class members are encouraged to update their contact information with Josephine Newton (Buenrostro) at 419-345-0170 or by e-mail at
More information will be mailed to alumni.
Waite alums plan reunion
The Waite High School class of 1965 will hold a 45th reunion Aug. 8 at Oak Shade Grove on Seaman Road in Oregon. The alumni will also gather Friday night at Ray Frick’s Fricker’s restaurant in Perrysburg.
Classmates who have not received notification in the mail are asked to contact Jack Romp at 260-833-0813 or
Oregon City Schools has available spots for students in grades one through five for the 2009-10 school year through open enrollment.
Parents who wish to enroll their student(s) in Oregon schools, regardless of current resident school district, may do so until available spots are filled or until July 17.
For more information, call the enrollment secretary at 419-693-0661.
Small Business Basics
The Ohio Small Business Development Center at Terra Community College is offering free, two-hour “Small Business Basics” seminars designed to answer questions about starting, buying or expanding a small business.
The seminar will take the confusion out of entrepreneurial efforts and help avoid costly mistakes and unnecessary steps. Participants will learn the basics of name registration, licensing, taxes, zoning, business entities, employees, insurance, financing and business planning.
The May schedule includes:
May 6 – 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Ottawa County Improvement Corporation (conference room), 8043 W. SR 163, Oak Harbor;
May 20 – 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Erie County Chamber of Commerce (conference room), 225 W. Washington Row, Sandusky;
May 27 – 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Terra Community College (Building B, Room 101), 2830 Napoleon Road, Fremont.
The seminars are open to the public. To register or for more information, call Bill Auxter toll-free at 800-826-2431 or e-mail
ACT helps parents prepare for college, too
College planning can be difficult not only for the student, but for parents, too. Actparent.org is a parents’ online guide to understanding the ins and outs of the college planning process.
The Web site offers college and career planning checklists, frequently asked questions about the ACT, and other general information that parents may find helpful in assisting a student transitioning into college.
In addition to the various college and career planning resources, actparent.org also provides access to current and past issues of the monthly ACT Parent newsletter.
ACT Parent provides timely information on financial aid, testing and more. While visiting the Web site, parents can sign up to be one of the first to receive the electronic newsletter in their e-mail inbox each month.
Parents are among the most influential people in a teenager’s life. At actparent.org, gain the knowledge needed to become a mentor for your teen through this time of discovery and decisions.
Mercy offering summer learning program
Mercy Health Partners’ Diversity Council is accepting applications for the 2008 Summer Student Learning Program (SSLP).
The four-week paid internship program runs from July 13 through Aug. 7. Students will meet daily Monday through Friday and are expected to work 40 hours per week. They will have an opportunity to meet with the members of the senior leadership team and participate in hands-on clinical rotations in both inpatient and outpatient facilities as well as community outreach activities. In addition, students will be involved in at least two professional learning and developmental modules and research projects.
Applicants should be at least 16 years old; have an interest in the healthcare field; attend a local, racially diverse high school; and maintain a 2.75 GPA. Participation in a high school/community group as well as volunteer work are also required. The application deadline is May 18.
To learn more about the program or application process, e-mail Nichelle Moses at
or visit Facebook at Mercy Health Partners Summer Student Learning Program.
Raffle winners announced
Genoa Music Boosters have announced the winners in the Truckload of Groceries Raffle.
The grand prize winner was Bridgette Jensen, of Genoa, who donated the groceries to the food pantry at Trinity United Methodist Church.
Second prize winner was Ed Pierce, of Williston; third-prize winner was Melissa Turvey, of Erie, Mich. Student Jacob Cameron won a $100 student participation drawing.
CUTLINE: Vice President of Agricultural Administration and Dean of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences with Stanley Joehlin.