Edward Youngblood, ’61 was given the Catherine Lebowitz Award for Public Service. It honored his hard work in support of the Omnibus Energy Bill and for setting a civil and sensible tone in the Maine State Senate in 2013. Youngblood represents Senate District 31, which includes Penobscot County communities.
Edward Arsenault, ‘71, ΚΔΦ would like to say “hi” to all his fellow alumni and Kappa Delta Phi fraternity brothers. He’s living in Scarborough with his wife Maureen and enjoying retirement after working for 20 plus years selling cutting tools and equipment.
Khalifa Al-Jower, ’81, is the director of accounts of the Central Bank of Bahrain. He also serves as president of ISACA Bahrain Chapter. Al-Jower lives in Arad.
Steven Pelletier, ’90 is living in Lakeside Park, Kentucky and celebrating 25 years with xpedx/International Paper. Pelletier is married with three boys – Tyler (16), Jack (14), and Will (11). He plans to visit Husson University within the next year and says he looks forward to seeing all the changes since graduating.
Matt Mulligan, 2013 was an exciting year for the former Eagles football and basketball player. It started with the birth of Mulligan’s first child, a daughter named Clara. Then in September, Mulligan signed on as a tight end for the New England Patriots. Matt recently returned to campus to speak to current Husson students.
Thomas Hersom, ’11, tied the knot in July with Kathyrn Dutil. Hersom teaches at Williams Elementary School in Oakland. He and his wife live in Winslow, Maine.