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9 North Allegheny grads to be honored as distinguished alumni at Jan. 28 gala

Tony LaRussa
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The North Allegheny Foundation will honor nine graduates for their contributions to the arts, business, community service, government, law, medicine and science at its second annual Distinguished Alumni Gala on Jan. 28.

The event will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Warrandale. Tickets are available online .

North Allegheny teacher Chris Jackson, who recently was named the Pennsylvania Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year, also will be recognized at the event.

Following are the winners of this year’s Distinguished Alumni awards. More details about them are available on the North Allegheny Alumni Network website.

Arts

Jeff Sewald, Class of 1979. Award winning writer and filmmaker.

Business

Yie-Hsin Hung, Class of 1980. Chief executive officer, New York Life Investment Management LLC

Community Service

Larry Richert, Class of 1976. Journalist, KDKA Radio.

Gregg Behr, Class of 1991. Executive director of The Grable Foundation

Government

Gloria Flora, Class of 1973. Founder and director of Sustainable Obtainable Solutions.

Law

Jerome (Jerry) Richey, Class of 1967. University of Pittsburgh senior vice chancellor and chief legal officer, retired.

Medicine

William Kearns, Class of 1970. Co-founder, president and chief scientific officer for AdvaGenix.

Science

Timothy Hoellein, Class of 1996. Assistant professor of biology at Loyola University.

40 and Under

Ben Butler, Class of 2010. Founder and client services director for Top Hat marketing.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368 or [email protected] or via Twitter @TonyLaRussaTrib.

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