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After 62 years in a management capacity, Mr. Frisbie continues to be very busy playing tenor sax in an 18 piece big band, showing two antique cars at meets, and most of all, greeting visitors from around the world who visit the Ron Frisbie Historic Radio Museum.
Former member of the Keys Honorary Society, Mr. McGurrin now resides in Woodstock, England and is retired from teaching the children of military personnel overseas.
Author, and former news reporter, Suzanne Fisher Staples attributes her literary passion to her Keystone College English professor who told her that she had the potential to become a good writer if she was willing to work hard and read a lot. So she did just that.
Now, one of the Founding Partners at the accounting firm of WithumSmith+Brown, PC, which is the 34th largest CPA firm in the country, Len Smith was inspired by his Keystone College professors to go into the accounting profession.
Currently serving as an Associate Professor in Recreation and Leisure Studies at the University of Southern Maine, David Jones fondly remembers how his Keystone College Professors created a challenging learning environment.
Attorney Peter Rossi, who admits Keystone College changed his life, is currently a shareholder in a large Philadelphia law firm.
Alice Davis is a Keystone College graduate of the Weekender program. She is currently the Administrative and Guidance Director for the Susquehanna County Career & Technology Center. Her passion is making a difference in the lives of high school students and other adult learners.
The education and training Ben received at Keystone (Junior) College prepared him for the rigors of the Microelectronic Engineering degree that he pursued at the Rochester Institute of Technology immediately following Keystone.
I now live and work in Las Vegas. I am an Entrepreneur Magazine columnist and contributing writer; a Forbes Magazine contributing blogger; a member of Keystone's Board of Trustees; and, I'm starting to work on my fourth book.
Toy inventor and video game designer.
A former member of the Keystone Giants men's tennis team, Scott Gower is now the Athletic Director for Scranton Preparatory School.
If life throws a road block at you, don’t give up. Continue to work at, and you will be successful.
Her goal is to develop a Lithium Battery that will advance the automobile technology of today