New trustee elected at Board Meeting
Since graduating from the College in 1968, Westminster businessman Yingling has remained active in admissions, career services, and class reunions at McDaniel. He served as president of the College’s alumni association from 2005-07 and has served during this time as one of three alumni visitors to the Board. He also is a past chairman of the Carroll County Student Grant program.
Yingling earned a B.A. in Economics, belonged to the Alpha Gamma Tau fraternity, and was involved in the football, track, and lacrosse programs.
He is a senior vice president with RBC Wealth Management, a global company that was ranked highest in investor satisfaction among full service brokerage firms, by J.D. Power and Associates in 2011.
Yingling is married to Susan Morales Yingling ’70 M’00. His children are Shelly Yingling ’90 and Chris Yingling ’92, and his mother is Mary Crawford Yingling ’44.
In preparation of the new construction of the Kenneth Gill Stadium, the Yingling family— which includes his brother John, their respective wives, Susan and Sharon Hafner Yingling; and parents, Mary and husband Loring who passed away in 2009—made a $100,000 donation to install new stadium lighting.
Reelected to serve terms expiring in 2012 are William B. Dulany '50 of Westminster; Mary Lynn Durham ’70 of Shaker Heights, Ohio; William H. Elliott ’70 of Point Pleasant, Pa., Otto J. Guenther ’63 of Fairfax Station, Va.; Kevin F. Hanley ’72 of Davidsonville; Steven D. Kesler, of Reisterstown; Sharon F. Manning ’65 of St. Michaels; James I. Melhorn of Seattle, Wash.; Albert J. Mezzanotte, Jr. ’78 of Sykesville; Christopher Newman ’88 of Timonium; R. Christine Royer ’48 of New York, N.Y.; Dolores J. Snyder M.Ed.’63 of Westminster; and Michael E. Weinblatt ’71 of Waban, Mass.
Elected to serve as at-large members to the executive committee for a one-year term are Sharon Manning ’65 of St. Michaels; Al Mezzanotte Jr. ’78 of Sykesville; Chitrachedu Naganna of Westminster; and Leslie Wiley of Washington, D.C.
Board officers elected include Hill as chair, Durham as vice chair, and Tamara Bowen as secretary and Pat Livelsberger as assistant secretary. Dr. Roger Casey was reelected as college president.
The Board also approved the financial plan for 2012-13 and the promotion of Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration Julie Routzahn ’95 to Associate Professor with tenure, granted Emeritus status to Professor Wilbur “Bill” Long of the Biology department, and Senior Lecturer Joseph L. Carter of the Economics and Business Administration department, both who will retire in May. The Board also moved to dedicate a stone in Memorial Plaza to Mathematics Professor Harry Rosenzweig who passed away in February.