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Fall 2009

Trinity Reporter Fall 2009
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Reunion 2009 - continued

Today, Loberg is chairman of the board of directors of Inotek Pharmaceuticals Corporation, a developer of ophthalmic medicine, and he recently served as the company’s interim chief executive officer.
In 1998, Loberg reestablished Trinity’s Joseph V. Getlin Scholarship, which honors the first Trinity student to die in the Vietnam War.

A member of Trinity’s Board of Trustees since 2004, Loberg also served on the College’s Board of Fellows and as an admission volunteer and career adviser. He has taught chemistry seminars at Trinity and served on the College’s Reunion Gift Committee and Reunion Class Committee.

Alumni Medal for Excellence
The four recipients of the Alumni Medal for Excellence, which is given annually to graduates who have made significant contributions to their communities and to Trinity, include:

Emelie East ’94, who is director of intergovernmental relations for the city of Seattle, Washington. She was honored at her 15th Reunion. East is responsible for overseeing Seattle’s Office of Intergovernmental Relations.
East became an admission volunteer for Trinity upon graduation and continues to visit high schools and talk with prospective students. While in Washington, D.C., she arranged for Trinity students to have special tours of the Senate. She was president of the Trinity Club of Washington, D.C., and served as a member of the National Alumni Association’s Executive Committee. From 2004 to 2007, she was a member of Trinity’s Board of Trustees.

John Hamblett ’84, a principal in client services and business development at Cooke & Bieler, was honored at his 25th Reunion. At the Philadelphia-based investment-counseling firm, Hamblett assists the company’s portfolio managers and institutional clients and also its marketing and new business development.

Hamblett served on the Executive Committee of Trinity’s National Alumni Association and volunteered as a career adviser for the College. He played leadership roles in the planning of his 20th and 25th Reunions, serving on the Reunion Gift Committee and the Reunion Class Committee. He is also a leader of the Trinity Club of Philadelphia.

Jocelyn Jones Pickford ’99, who is education director for the Hope Street Group in Washington, D.C., was honored at her 10th Reunion. The Hope Street Group is a public policy nonprofit dedicated to giving all Americans the opportunity to realize the American Dream.

Pickford is a member of Trinity College’s National Alumni Association Executive Board. She also serves her alma mater as an admission volunteer and as vice president of the Trinity Club of Washington, D.C.

Albert Smith ’54, of Oxford, Maryland, is a retired managing director of Continental Can Ltd. and founding board member of Talbot Mentors Inc. He received the Medal for Excellence at his 55th Reunion.

He led Trinity’s Capital Fund Drive in upstate New York and served on the planning committee for his 25th and 40th Reunions. He was vice chair for his 50th Reunion, chaired his 55th Reunion, and currently serves as class president. Since 2004, he has been a member of Trinity’s Class Executive Board.

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