2017 Penta Outstanding Alumni

 Congratulations to six former students who will be recognized November 9 with the 2017 Outstanding Alumni Award.  Each year the Penta Career Center Outstanding Alumni Award is bestowed upon individuals who have completed a career-technical training program at Penta and who are currently working in a successful career.  Since the award’s inception in 1993, 145 former high school or adult education students have been honored with the award.  This is Penta’s 25th year of recognizing alumni. Included below are brief descriptions of each 2017 Penta Outstanding Alumni Award recipient.
      William Hammer is a 1982 graduate of Woodmore High School who completed his career-technical training in Penta’s Drafting program. He is the general manager of Universal Controls Group in Perrysburg. 
      Kandace (Carpenter) Helbing is a 1988 graduate of Rossford High School who completed her career-technical training in Penta’s Marketing Education program. She is a branch manager/vice president at PNC Bank. 
      Karen (Walsh) Magrum is a 1996 graduate of Otsego High School who completed her career-technical training in Penta’s Early Childhood Education program. She is an elementary school teacher for Otsego Local Schools. 
      Peggy McGaharan is a 1983 graduate of Northwood High School who completed her career-technical training in Penta’s Executive Secretary program. She is the director of global client services for NAMSA in Northwood. 
      Daniel Morey is a 1994 graduate of Bowling Green High School who completed his career-technical training in Penta’s Carpentry program. He is a business representative for the Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters. 
      Katelyn (Bills) Wright is a 2006 graduate of Otsego High School who her career-technical training in Penta’s Cosmetology program. She is an owner and stylist at Shirley Sei Bella salon in Bowling Green. 
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