November 2022

A message from Interim President John F. Pullo Sr., '69 
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Alumni News
Nantucket Hub Visit 
Dr. Fran Langan, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, visited alumnus Hal Miller, class of '62 in Nantucket, MA where Hal has resides. Hal fondly refers to himself as the President of the Nantucket Chapter of the National Keystone College Alumni Association. We also view him in that light; particularly, because he is the only Keystone alum living in Nantucket. Hal was delighted to welcome Fran on her second visit to the island which was the third visit by a Keystone ambassador. Donna Clemens, a former longtime Keystone employee, previously visited Hal. 
“It's always a special occasion when a Keystone administrator visits me and we hope you will visit Nantucket again next year. John Pullo is the ideal “fit' for the office of Keystone's President. Here's to hoping he will continue as President for many more years.”
                                           Nantucket Chapter President 
                                            Hal Miller '62
Alumni Association Fundraiser 
The Keystone College Alumni Association is engaging in a fundraiser raffle to support student scholarships. Raffle tickets are $10 each and the winner will take home a Yeti Cooler filled with Keystone Swag and other items. The drawing will be held November 5. Get your tickets now by emailing 
Alumni Association Golf Tournament 
Save the date
Keystone Open Golf Tournament 
Monday, June 19, 2023 
Glen Oak Country Club
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Brian Langan '13
Brian graduated from Keystone in 2013 with a bachelor of science degree, majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry. He was hired at Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of the French multinational pharmaceutical company Sanofi. Brian's strong academic background, and his year-long research project completed on campus contributed to his hire. Brian started his pharmaceutical career as a technician producing the Menactra and Influenza vaccines and eventually moved to quality assurance management where he oversaw the filling, formulation, inspection, and packaging of multiple commercial vaccines. Brian left Sanofi to work on the cutting edge of cancer treatment research at Novartis Pharmaceuticals in New Jersey. 
“I feel incredibly grateful to have been able to attend such a respected school full of so many great professors and advisors who have all played a pivotal role in my success."
                                                                                                 ~ Brian Langan '13
Anna Grace Elias '21
Anna Grace is a proud Keystone College alumna from the class of 2021. During her time at Keystone College, she majored in biology with minors in chemistry and psychology. Anna Grace was an active member of various campus clubs, a resident assistant, tutor, and more. After obtaining her bachelor of science degree and graduating Summa Cum Laude, Anna Grace began her career in the field of optometry. Currently, Anna Grace is working as an optometric and contact lens technician at New Era Eye Care in Shavertown, PA. She plans to continue her optometric studies in optometry school next year, while specializing in pediatric care and vision development.  When Anna Grace is not at work, she is likely playing or listening to music, watching a baseball game, or exploring somewhere new.
“Keystone was my home away from home. The faculty and staff extended helping hands and smiling faces to everyone on campus."
                                                                                                 ~ Anna Grace Elias '21

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