The Class of 2013

Michelle Fisher Freeman, M.D.

Class of 2001

Dr. Freeman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Albany Medical College as a Doctor of Medicine with Distinction in Bioethics and completed her residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh. Currently, she is completing her fellowship training in Palliative Medicine and Hospice care at UPMC as well as pursuing a Masters in Medical Education at the University of Pittsburgh.

Lee J. Mazur, J.D.

Class of 1957

The Honorable Lee J. Mazur graduated from the West Virginia School of Law with a Doctorate in Jurisprudence. He worked for the Public Defender’s Office, was a professor at Allegheny Community College and was District Justice of Plum Borough. At the present time, he is serving as Senior Judge in the Family Division of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County. Throughout his career, Judge Mazur served on the boards of many organizations. Most recently he was president of the Plum Senior Community Center.

Selena Evans Miller

Class of 1969

Selena is a professional makeup artist who has worked in the makeup industry for forty years. Her makeup career has taken her all over the United States and Europe, working in every medium of makeup artistry from TV commercials, newspapers, magazines, department stores, fashion runways, operas, and feature films, such as “Edward Scissorhands” and “The Hunger Games.” She is also a licensed skin expert, nail technician, fashion stylist, public speaker, and teacher of makeup artistry.

Carolyn Young Nonnenberg

Class of 1961

Carolyn spent 38 years teaching English in the Plum Borough school system. In addition to serving as Chairman of the English Department, she developed and coordinated the first summer school program in the district. She served as sponsor for many extracurricular activities such as Girls’ Leaders Association, SADD, and publicity director of the high school musical. She was a PTA State Life member for contributions to education, voted a 1993 All Star Educator by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, and a recipient of the 1992 GIFT OF TIME TRIBUTE by the American Family Institute at Valley Forge.

Lauren Murray Snyder

Class of 1981

Lauren studied at Michigan State University. Having a burning desire to “show the love of Jesus in action,” she went on a mission trip to Haiti where she fell in love with Haiti and the Haitian people. She and her husband were in charge of 12 schools, medical outreaches and feeding programs. Because they received many death threats, they nationalized the schools and moved to China where they continued to work in education for the next 26 years. In China, the Snyders trained teachers in the universities, helped to build schools in the poorest regions, and started 3 language schools where Americans could “study China” and teach.