Margo Brogan, ’73, was inducted into the Gerald R. Hadden Athletic Hall of Fame in Otsego in February. She recently retired from teaching in Otsego. Margo was an influence on the girls’ softball program, as well as the volleyball and tennis programs. In her 20 years as the coach of the Bulldogs teams, she won five Wolverine Conference titles, two district titles, one regional title, and had one team reach the state semifinals. Margo was honored with the Distinguished Service Award by the Wolverine Conference and has been inducted into the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. She lives in Kalamazoo.
Susan DeFoe Dunlap, ’73, became the senior pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Dearborn July 1. Her husband, Marshall Dunlap, ’80, serves with her part-time as co-pastor. He also serves as the pastor of the Redeemer United Methodist Church in Harper Woods. They have four children, including Libby Dunlap, ’11. Susan and Marshall live in Dearborn.
Steven Ling, ’73, received his M.Div. from the Yale Divinity School in May 2007. He was ordained an Episcopal priest in November. Currently the assistant at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Middletown, CT, he is also priest-in-charge of Trinity Episcopal Church in Portland, CT. He lives in Middletown.
Marsha Gentry Pointer, ’73, helped organize the successful Black Student Alliance (BSA) reunion for the classes of 1972 and 1977 in 2007. The BSA reunion for the classes of 1973 and 1978 will be in September 2008, and she encourages friends and classmates to attend. Marsha lives in St. Louis, MO.