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Alan Harold

What is number one on your bucket list?I want to visit all 50 states and a whole bunch of countries.

Who is your hero?My parents and my wife

In a meeting with your peers, is your phone on the table, in your pocket or purse, left at your desk or in your car?On the table

What is your favorite kind of sandwich?Peanut butter and jelly

What is your usual bedtime?11 p.m.

Do you dance in the car?Yes, I love to rock it out!

Did you ever win a contest? If so, what was it?Does being runner-up for Mr. MUC count?

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University Alumni Spotlight:
Alan Harold '98

Major While at Mount Union: Business Administration
Original Hometown:
Louisville, OH
Current Job Title
: Stark County Auditor

I am the elected auditor and fiscal officer for Stark County. My office values and maintains all property records, pays all the county’s bills and its people, sets tax rates, issues dog tags and maintains the county’s technology infrastructure.


A Good Decision
I actually transferred to Mount Union at the start of my sophomore year to be closer to home. It turned out to be one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Favorite Professor
Dr. Patricia Matthews, professor for economics, accounting and business administration, was my favorite professor. I always had to be prepared, and that is perhaps one of the best lessons in life.

Mount Union Memories
My favorite memories were playing cards in Cunningham Hall, trips to the Stagg Bowl and all the friends and connections I made.

Starting a Career
I worked as a teller at FirstMerit all through college and stayed on as a commercial credit analyst upon graduation.

Helpful Activities
Along with being in Student Senate, I was a resident assistant and the track house MVP.

Dormitory Living
I first lived in the King guest house, then I was an resident assistant on the second floor of McCready and finally I moved to the track house.

Lifelong Friends
I absolutely still keep in touch with the friends I made while at Mount Union.

Proud Graduate
I’ve been to Homecoming many times since graduating. My wife and I always attend the Schooler Lecture, too, and I’ve come back to campus many times to speak to classes. I very much enjoy staying connected and visiting campus.

Future Goal
In the future, I’d like to leave my patch of the world a little better than how I found it.

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