People in the News
Monday July 06, 2015

Jessica Fangman, JD, daughter of Ed and Virginia Fangman of Delta, received a juris doctor law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law on May 16. She graduated with honors and was a recipient of Loyola University’s Leadership, Service and Public Interest Recognition Award.

Marty Kauzlarich is an avid bicyclist who’s putting on miles to fight kids’ cancer through the Great Cycle Challenge USA.
The Great Cycle Challenge is a national Children’s Cancer Research Fund (CCRF) fundraising initiative.

Karen Gallob, author of “Baby Skulls and Fowl Odors,” has been named a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Book Award.
The cozy mystery was entered in the commercial fiction category.

On Saturday, Paonia High School academic standout Chase Park received a call notifying him that he had been accepted into Harvard University, making it the second Ivy League school Park has been accepted to this year.
Three weeks ago, after Park gave his valedictory address at commencement exercises, it was announced Chase had been accepted into the world-renowned Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, much to the surprise of his parents, Stan and Jaylene Park.

Megan Myers of Delta received a master of science degree in meat science at Iowa State University’s spring commencement ceremonies May 29.

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