Share our heritage | Cerro Metals supervisory trainees, 1968

Share our heritage | Cerro Metals supervisory trainees, 1968

July 8, 2013 

Graduates of Cerro Metals Supervisory training from 1968.

PATTY SHAWLEY — Photo provided

Each Monday the Centre Daily Times will publish an installment in our “Share our Heritage” series, featuring photos from Centre County’s past. Today’s photo is from Patty Shawley.

This photo shows the Cerro Metals supervisory training program graduates at a dinner held in their honor on Thursday, July 25, 1968. Alexander D. Black, area director, Continuing Education at Penn State, was principal speaker and presented certificates of completion to the graduates.

Trainees completed a 14-session, seven-week course of instruction conducted by the management development service at Penn State. Edward Blehl, of Penn State, was the instructor.

Pictured are, seated, from left to right: Donald Hackenberg, Harold Williams, Frank Wilson, Edgar Stitt and Barry Johnson.

Standing, from left: Alexander Black, Jay Jacobs, Tom Shultz, Earl Gettig Jr., Fred Douty, Robert Kidwell, Lewis Shawley, Bill Baylets, Dick McElwee, John Yearick, Norman Ishler, Roy Miller, Tom Hinds, John Ishler and Dave Benton.

Completing the course, but unable to attend the dinner and be present for the picture were Otis Corman, Tom Mensch Jr. and Ronald Thompson.

Readers can contribute to the “Share our Heritage” series by sharing their own photos. Just drop off or mail copies of the photos to Centre Daily Times, 3400 E. College Ave., State College, PA 16801 or email them to cdtphoto@centredaily.com or directly to Photo Editor Laurie Jones at ljones2@centredaily.com. Provide as much information as you can.

All photos in the weekly series are placed in a “Share our Heritage” gallery at CentreDaily.com. If you have any questions about this series, Jones can be reached at 231-6461.

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