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West works to make a difference

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Jerome West ’08 (M212) strives to be a role model in every area of his life, particularly in the Canton community where he lives and works.

Cheering on the Malone community

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PASSING THE MEGAPHONE. Rachel Hunka, the Pioneers head cheerleading coach, points to a photo of herself as a cheerleader for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Right, the Malone University cheerleaders.

Connecting the dots

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Completing an unfinished degree was high on the to-do list of Jeffrey Moore, a departmental manager at Fomo Products, Inc.

Modeling community

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It is a general rule that success is built on a solid foundation, and this is a principle that Ben Adams ’13 exemplifies throughout his life.

A light in their darkness

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Megan (Levering) Dahlheimer ’08 has only – ever – wanted to work with children. Even more specifically, she knew she wanted to work at Akron Children’s Hospital before she even attended college.

Realizing her dreams

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With a pencil behind her ear as she sat in her childhood desk, Amber Benson ’15 dreamt of becoming a teacher.

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Living out the "&"

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LOVING GOD & LOVING THEIR NEIGHBORS. Psychology alumna Trisha (Porter) Burky '01 and her family are living out callings as pastors, church planters, and good neighbors.

Helping others reach their God-given potential

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Timing is everything. This is especially true for Tammy Miller, ’91, ’12, who recently joined the team at Hope Behavioral Health, LLC (HBH), a mental health agency headquartered in Beachwood, Ohio.