2015

Spring 2017

Brianna Lazarchik
blazarchik@gmail.com

Winter 2017

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Fall 2016

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Summer 2016

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Spring 2016
Spring has begun, and its arrival means many things. Spring represents warmer weather, when the world comes into bloom, and people coming out of their homes to celebrate the warmer weather with friends. It represents the promise of summer to come. It reminds us that anything worthwhile is worth a wait. And in those same months leading up to spring, much has been happening in the class of 2015 — Carroll’s newest alumni have continued to shine their light and grow in so many ways.

Some of the most notable new beginnings for our class come in the form of shared announcements sharing the joy of engagement announcements. Albert Efkeman and Lindsey Beran announced their engagement in February. They dated throughout their time at Carrol. Both Lindsey and Albert are successful in their own rights. Lindsey and Albert are proud, qualified graduates of the Boler School of Business and began careers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, working for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) as financial analysts.

Bri Lazarchik, our very own Millor Orator, has not ceased to showcase her glowing spirit and desire to live out her Jesuit values since graduation. Bri has stayed in Cleveland and has taken a position at Saint Martin de Porres High School. There, Bri works as a student teacher and, by her own admission, loves the opportunity she has to truly touch the lives of students through teaching.

Another graduate has left the familiar stomping grounds of Pittsburgh and Cleveland and has ventured out into exciting and challenging new roles both in Chicago and New York City. Tyler Kempton recently began to settle into his new home in the Big Apple. Well on his way to becoming the businessman we all knew he would be, Tyler recently began work as a sales representative for Principal Financial Group in the New York City area. Tyler has been able to apply the acumen he honed in his time studying in the Boler School.

Another Boler graduate, Adam Tome, has been making waves in the Cleveland area. As a financial analyst with the Cleveland Clinic, Adam has been hard at work and loves the work he’s doing. He has been working with the Clinic since graduation and loves his life in Cleveland.

As spring comes more fully into view, the class of 2015 has been blossoming in its own way. Stay tuned for even more joyful news from this group.

Tim

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Winter 2016

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Fall 2015

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu

Summer 2015
It only feels like a moment ago that we were racing around, cramming for finals, and simultaneously savoring the last few days at our home away from home, John Carroll. And while the end of the year tends to be bittersweet for all of JCU, our class’ goodbyes felt more final. We completed our coursework, walked proudly at graduation, and many have moved on to exciting new chapters of their personal and professional lives. Even as our undergraduate learning has reached its end, the gifts and talents that were honed at Carroll have served us well.

Four of us have stuck together and made waves in just the two short months since we graduated. Tim Ficke, Mollie Horning, Brodie Hartsel, and Steven Henderson began their full-time jobs at the respected financial institution Alexander Mann Solutions. Tim, Mollie, and Brodie graduated from the Boler School of Business, and Steven graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science.

Sean Calhoun has been applying his John Carroll education in a full-time position at U.S. Bank. Sean, like Steven, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science, and has begun his work as a personal banker.

These JCU alum, despite their various backgrounds, have found promising opportunities in the world of business, thanks to their strong education. Other classmates, however, have decided to start their careers in the spirit of service.

Markus Creachbaum, who also graduated with a bachelor of science degree, committed to a year of service in Kansas City, Mo. Markus works at Kansas City CARE Clinic, one of the largest community health clinics in the nation. As a patient assistant and assistant behavioral health case manager, he’ll be applying his knowledge and the Jesuit values of service as a man for others.

Each of these classmates burst into a new chapter of their life and made their alma mater proud with all their accomplishments.

Tim

Tim Johnson
tjohnson15@jcu.edu