1985-1981 Graduates

1985-1981 Graduates

Saul Fink (‘85 – BS) Ph.D., University of Houston; He is Executive Director, Global Manufacturing & Supply, at Bristol-Myers Squibb.

John Helfrick, Jr. (‘85 – BS) Ph.D., Georgia Tech; He is Manager in the Chemical Analysis Lab at the Hewlett-Packard Company.

Jon S. Kauffman ('85 - BS) PhD., University of Delaware; He was promoted to Senior Director of Method Development & Validation and Biopharmaceutical Services at Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories in 2014. He served as Managing Director of Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories in Ireland during 2013. He has been an Adjunct Chemistry Professor at Millersville since 1993.

Darryl L. Landis MD (‘85 – BS BIOCH) MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; He is President of Mustard Seed Ventures, Inc.

Douglas McIlwaine (‘85 – BS) Ph.D., in Chemistry, Brown University; He is a Senior Group Leader at ChemTreat Inc., the 3rd largest water treatment service company in the U.S., but the largest employee owned water treatment service company. His primary focus is on water treatment microbiocides, but also helps in other areas such as developing their analytical capabilities, development of new technologies, and technical service for their field engineers.

Lewis A. Storb (‘85 – BS BIOCH) MS, DMD; He is an orthodontist.

Richard Tumbusch (‘85 – BS) He is Quality Director Arx LLC for Adhesives Research Inc. which specializes in oral and transdermal pharmaceutical products.

Elisa M. Woolridge ('85- BS BIOCH) PhD., SUNY Stony Brook, 1990. She is an Associate Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry, & Physics, at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY.

Curtis Zimmermann (‘85 – BS) Ph.D., from Clarkson University and J.D. from Pace University. He is Manager, Government Liaison for BASF where he facilitates interfacing with governmental entities for growth opportunities strategic to the company. He is responsible for identifying governmental partnering activities and backward integrating them into BASF's global technological landscape.

Joseph Penn (‘84 – BS CHEM and BS PHYS). Retired Physicist (2014) formerly working on sensor modeling and computer graphics simulation software development and testing for the US Army Research Laboratory.

Joseph P. Sheenan (‘84 – BA) MEd, Secondary Ed Science, Temple University (1989); He is a chemistry teacher in the Pennsbury School District (Pennsbury H.S.) and has been teaching chemistry since the fall of 1984.

Michael S. Smith (’84) Ph.D., Geology/Geochemistry/Metamorphic Petrology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; He is a Professor in the Department of Geography and Geology at the University of North Carolina in Wilmington.

Jean A. (Labriola) Scholz (‘83 – BS BIOCH) Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (1990); She is now semi-retired after several years of research in cellular immunology.

Cynthia L. (Bodish) Ebner (‘82 – BS) MS, University of Maryland at College Park (1984); She is a Research Scientist in the Cryovac Food Packaging Division of Sealed Air Corporation. She was the first woman to reach this technical level in the corporation. Her current responsibilities are making new food packaging materials. She works on developing new polymers and additive focusing primarily on “Active Packaging.” In 2008, Cynthia was inducted into the Sealed Air Corporation "Inventors Hall of Fame". She was the 16th person to be inducted in the history of the company and the first woman! This honor was in celebration of her extensive patent portfolio for the company, 22 US Patents and counting!

Robert C. Stabley (‘82 – BS) MS, MBA, MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; He is a MD with a specialty in Pathology and works for the U.S. Federal Government. He is a part-time Chemistry/Biology Professor for the U.S. Navy and has been teaching off and on in different parts of the world for about 10 semesters now.

Richard H. Balmer (‘81 – BA) BA Biology, Millersville University (1976); He retired in 2020 after completing a distinguished 36 year career at Armstrong World Industries with over 20 patents in flooring new product and process development. He assumed the lead chemical development role for a new plant startup in Wujiang China between 2008 and 2013. He went to Shaw Industries Group to take the lead chemical and technical manager role for their first ever floor plant startup in hard surface flooring in Ringgold GA from 2013 to 2017.