The Class of 2020

Kathleen Dudas Bostick

Class of 1976

An international business executive with an MBA in marketing. She spent thirty-five years in software, localization, and transportation. She started her career in the transportation industry as a managing director, the first woman to achieve that status at Southern Pacific Railroad. She went on to join SDL International, a British company, in software and localization as an international business executive as their first employee in North America. This career allowed her to follow her passion for international travel, experiencing diverse cultures and traditions. Kathleen is a highly respected speaker and co-author on topics such as global strategies and global social media.

Francis Ferragonio
Class of
He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Administration of Justice from the University of Pittsburgh and a degree in Secondary Education in Social Studies. He married the love of his life, Patricia Barbarino, and they had two children, Lauren and Sarah, whom he adored. Fran wore many hats before his untimely death May 28, 2019. He was a Penn Hills police officer for twenty-five years and a Linton Middle School History teacher for seven years, He also was a hypnotist, driving instructor and Plum Borough tax collector. To know Fran was to love him, and you never left his company without being a little happier and wiser.

Robert McCutcheon

Class of 1985

A graduate of Robert Morris University, Robert is a 2018 retired managing partner and United States industrial products leader for PricewaterhouseCoopers. He was responsible for over 5,500 PWC professionals serving client across the U.S. He was passionate about supporting his community and creating a vibrant local environment to live, work, and raise a family. He and his family also lived in Prague, Czech Republic for two years. In 2017, following the loss of his nineteen year old son, Ryan, he and his wife Dana and son Brett established the Ryan McCutcheon Rhythm 19 Fund to provide access to art and music education. Through charitable contributions and volunteerism, they provide access to music for children and use music to enrich the lives of those with challenges or special education.

Toni Steedman Zelickson (Kasmoch)

Class of 1972

She began her creative career as a student at Center School where she opted to direct a fifth grade play rather than audition for a role. A few years later, armed with a degree in advertising from West Virginia University, she founded her first business, Steedman Communications in Pittsburgh PA at age twenty-four. Since then, she has earned international respect as an Emmy Award-winning children’s TV series creator, producer, and writer. Her original series, RAGGS, airs globally in multiple languages. Additional scripts, series, movies, and publishing projects have followed on the heels of RAGGS's success. Today, she mentors young women in career development. Her life would not be complete without the love and support of a beautiful family, husband Richard, daughter Alison Fox, son-in-law, step children and grandchildren.