Alumni Rifle Match

Saturday, March 22, 2014, USciences Campus

USciences celebrated the 80th anniversary of its rifle program with a reunion. The first club team was established in 1934. To celebrate the occasion, rifle alumni from 1962 to 2016 came to the event from as far as New Hampshire and Virginia. The highlight of the day was the appearance of Bill Shea and his family who represented founding and longtime coach Col. William Shea.

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Front row: left to right: Kate Shea, Billy Shea, Brad Driscoll PharmD’15, Chris Circelli P’82, Lori Rohr PharmD’08, and Joe Rohr PharmD’04. Second row, left to right: Barbara Shea; Sharon Martinez BC’04; Hannah Goess Dickman MOT’10; Andrea Fus P’83, PharmD; Jen Royer Kochenburger MT’93; Rich Berman PharmD’77; Rachel Clark P’86, PharmD; and Monica Labb PharmD’03. Third row, left to right: Allison Z. Noecker BI’03; Brooke Foreman-Raymond PH/TX’03, MS’07; Pete Dalidowicz C’90, PhD; Brian Smith P’93; Merrill Mirman P’62, DO; Joe Kochenburger; Lee Ann Wilkinson MB’03; and Kevin Gale PH/TX’86, BC, MBA. Back row, left to right: Paul Klimitas HonAlum’05; Bill Shea; Kyle Zehner P’96; Glenn Raymond PharmD’07; BJ Brunner BI’97; Ross Reichman P’97, PharmD’98; Ken Stewart P’82; Sam Fowler PharmD’16; Mike Madyda PharmD’01; Cloyd Sementelli P’83; and Kevin Bisch PharmD’03. Not pictured: John Tomsho PhC’98.  Merrill Mirman P’62 takes his turn at the rifle range



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