Alumni in The News
Alumni in the News
January 29, 2021
Lori Shandelmeir Locust, Class of 1982, Assistant Defensive Line Coach with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will join her team in Super Bowl LV on Febraury 7, 2021 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
While at STHS, Lori played on the PIAA State Championship Girls Basketball team. Lori was a Susquehanna Township High School football assistant, coached in a professional arena league, and interned with the Baltimore Ravens. Sports Illustrated.com lists Lori as one of the 20 Most Fascinating People in and Around Super Bowl LV! More about Lori’s amazing journey:
October 21, 2019
Paul Williams, Class of 1978 was featured on abc27 News segment “Heart of the Midstate”. Paul (left) is picture with his brother Andrew, Class of 1979.
Paul who played baseball, football and wrestled while at STHS, graduated from Bucknell University in 1982 with a BS in Civil Engineering. In 1994, he and his brother Andrew founded A. P. Williams, Inc. a full service general contracting firm specializing in design/build delivery method and real estate development consultation.
April 24, 2018
Graham Hetrick ‘63, was a special guest and honoree at the Salvation Army-Harrisburg Capital City Region’s Celebration of Science
Graham, Dauphin County Coroner, is the international television star of Investigation Discovery (ID) channel’s “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead.”
Tracy Heather Strain ’78, producer, director and writer of the documentary “Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart” at the State Museum of Pennsylvania
Presented by The State Museum of Pennsylvania, in cooperation with WITF Public Media and The Film Posse, Tracy spoke about the making her of incredible documenatry providing a behind the scenes perspective. The audience viewed a special screening of the documentary while Tracy provided additional commentary.
Freda Player-Peters ‘96, hired as a new senior legislative liaison for Nashville Tennessee Mayor David Briley
Freda most recently worked as political director of SEIU Local 205, which represents Metro government employees. In that role, she oversaw lobbying, advocacy and campaign activities for the union in Nashville, Chattanooga, and Memphis.
Crystal Brown ‘04, featured in a January THE BURG article
Crystal Brown serves as executive director of Brethren Housing Association, a nonprofit, interdenominational organization. BHA serves the housing needs of nearly 85 adults and children a year.”