Alumni Association Board Emeritus
Millersville University Alumni Association Board Emeritus candidates are former board of directors who have celebrated their 50th anniversary of graduation, been a member of the Board of Directors for a minimum of three terms and has distinguished himself/herself in service to the Association.
Dr. Dominick DiNunzio '53
Dominick DiNunzio began teaching and coaching following his service in the U.S. Army. He embarked on an impressive career with Pemberton Township School District in New Jersey in 1960, from which he retired as Assistant Superintendent.
In addition to being an active member of the Millersville University Alumni Association, including previously serving as board president and his current participation in numerous committees, Dominick has volunteered with Pemberton Rotary Club, Free Mason Affiliations, and Sons of Italy in America. He was awarded the Paul Harris Fellow (Rotary Club), the Legion of Honor (Chapel of Four Chaplains), Outstanding Service Award (MUAA), and the Distinguished Service Award (MUAA). Dominick has given generously of his time and talent to Millersville for decades. His breadth of knowledge of Millersville history has even been spotlighted during the New Student Welcome & Pinning Ceremony so that the newest generation of Marauders may understand and value the traditions that have been established before them.
Dominick received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology from Millersville University, his Master of Education from Rutgers University, and his Doctor of Philosophy from Walden University.
Catherine "Kitty" Glass '53
Kitty Glass, associate professor and catalog librarian emeritus, guided the library in its transition from printed catalog cards to an automated online catalog and has cataloged a variety of materials including monographs, textbooks, videocassettes, filmstrips, pictures, rare books, maps, prints and broadsides. She was responsible for selecting the library’s children’s books, resulting in a very strong Juvenile Collection that is well used by students taking education courses. For the past two decades, Kitty has served on numerous boards including the MU Alumni Association Board of Directors; Student Services Inc. Board of Directors; Treasurer of the Association of Pennsylvania College and University Faculties; and the Homecoming Committee.
Her many volunteer activities have included Class of 1953 60th Reunion; Freshman Convocation; Move-In Day, Senior Send Off, Alumni Association Events Committee; Alumni Fall Fling; Commencement; numerous alumni receptions in the local area; MU After Work events and many other activities She is also a member of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Kitty received her undergraduate degree in Library Science from Millersville University and Master’s Degree in Library Science from Drexel University.
Dr. Richard Frerichs '64
Rich Frerichs, professor emeritus of educational foundations at Millersville, has served the University as dean of resident life, dean of men, associate director of financial aid and chair of the Department of Educational Foundations. He’s worked closely with the alumni association, serving as president, president-elect and past president, as well as holding positions on alumni association committees. Rich continues to play a role in MU athletics; in addition to securing athletic fundraising sponsorships, he has been a voice at football games for 40 years and basketball games for 30 years.
He was awarded Millersville University's highest honor, the President's Medallion, by President McNairy in 2013, in addition to the alumni association’s Distinguished Service Award (2006) and Outstanding Volunteer Service Award (2010); he received Phi Delta Kappa’s Distinguished Educator Award (1998) and Millersville University’s Sara Lindsley Person of the Year Award (2009-10).
Rich received his undergraduate degree in Biology and a Master of Education both from Millersville University and his Doctor of Education from University of Delaware.