FOUR AREA RESIDENTS RECENT GRADUATES OF MOUNT UNION COLLEGE'S ADULT STUDIES PROGRAM

June 02, 2010

 

ALLIANCE, Ohio - For Theresa Estock, Kendra Logan, Penny Neubauer and Ryan Zurakowski, Mother's Day 2001 is a day that won't soon be forgotten. It marks the day when these four individuals completed their degrees as adult studies students at Mount Union College and finished a lifelong dream.

Estock, a resident of Beloit, graduated from Marlington High School. She began her college career in 1978 and taking all but one semester at Mount Union, graduated Sunday with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration with a minor in psychology. Estock and her husband have three children. She is currently an employee of The Timken Company.

Logan, a Canton resident, graduated from Minerva High School. The daughter of Mount Union College alumni, Logan began her college career at The Ohio State University and transferred to Mount Union in 1995. She received a bachelor of arts degree in business administration with a minor in information systems and is currently employed at Smyth Systems in Canton.

Neubauer, a resident of Alliance, graduated from West Branch High School. She began taking college courses at Mount Union in 1978 and after taking several courses at Westminster Choir College, returned to Mount Union in 1996 where she continued her bachelor of arts degree in psychology with a minor in sociology. Neubauer and her husband have four children.

Zurakowski, a resident of Ravenna, graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School. A traditional Mount Union student until 1998, Zurakowski finished his coursework through the College's adult studies program. He graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration with a minor in information systems and is currently working in Cleveland, while his wife, Julie, also a Mount Union graduate is enrolled in medical school.

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