Dan Burt, class of 1993, recently guided the Duquesne University Women’s Basketball team to the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament. They were the only team to lead UConn in the women’s tournament. The Duquesne Dukes finished the year 28-6.
The Lary Loew Hilltopper Golf Scramble resulted in a hole-in-one for one alumnus and golfer, Chris Freeman of Wheeling. Freeman scored the ace on the ninth hole of the Arnold Palmer Golf Course, Oglebay Resort on Monday, June 27, 2016.
Freeman won a complete set of TaylorMade Irons, courtesy of Bob Robinson Auto Group. The scramble benefits the Hilltopper Athletic Club and all proceeds go toward scholarships and other needs supporting WLU Athletics.
Suzanne Styers Boundy ’61 was judged as a winner in the year-long Horticulture Tournament of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Garden Club; she placed Second over-all of the 150 members of the club. Suzanne’s yard is certified as a Monarch Butterfly Waystation by the University of Kansas and has also been certified as a Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation since 2005.
Fallon Kandra Namack and Ronald Wayne Habig were united in marriage, Saturday, June 18, 2016 at Christ United Methodist Church in Wheeling, with the Rev. Judith A. Liston officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Charles and Barbara Namack of St. Clairsville.
The groom is the son of Roland and Sally Habig of St. Clairsville.
Sara Dupke was matron of honor, and Jen Barry was maid of honor. Brian Habig, the groom’s brother, and Clint Dupke were best men.
Other attendants included Lauren, Riley and Hunter Habig, children of the couple; Dekotah Namack; Dana Gerrard; Amanda Tekula; Brittany Habig; Nichole Shaw; Chris Flowers; Garrett Hicks; Jimmy Miller and Dave Miller.
A reception followed at The Capitol Theatre in Wheeling.
The bride is a graduate of West Liberty University and is an accountant at Costanzo & Associates in Wheeling. She is a 2006 graduate of Wheeling Central Catholic High School.
The groom has been employed with the Kroger Co. for 20 years and is a 1997 graduate of Wheeling Park High School.
The couple and their children will reside in Wheeling.
Bob and Cheryl Scheehle of St. Clairsville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 4, 2016.
They were united in marriage on June 4, 1966, at the St. John Lutheran Church in Martins Ferry.
Cheryl Scheehle is the daughter of the late Karl and Carrie Sommer. She is a registered nurse, a graduate of Riverside White-Cross School of Nursing, Columbus. She worked as a physician office coordinator at Belmont Community Hospital in Bellaire and retired from the Belmont County Health Department.
Bob Scheehle is the son of the late Robert and Evelyn Scheehle. He graduated from West Liberty State College and is a veteran of the U.S. Army and Vietnam war. After many years working in the family produce business, he retired as president of Scheehle Produce, Martins Ferry. He now works as produce associate at Wal-Mart, St. Clairsville.
They are the parents of two children: Carriann (Patrick) Storer, St. Clairsville, and Rob (Jennifer) Scheele, Lewis Center. They have four grandchildren. They celebrated the occasion with their family in Hilton Head, S.C.