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Jeff Sypolt ’77

Jeff Sypolt ’77 is the chief of occupational safety and health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. His ultimate goal at his job is to eliminate injury...

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Doug Oliver ’93

Doug Oliver ’93 has quite a resume. He served as communications chief for Philadelphia Mayor, Michael Nutter, he was an executive at Philadelphia Gas Works, press secretary for the PA...

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Melissa Peeples-Fullmore ’91

Melissa Peeples-Fullmore ’91 is the 2015 recipient of the Career Achievement Award from Milton Hershey School. She currently serves as a program officer for a non-profit that helps develop aspiring...

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Brad Hicks ’96

Brad Hicks is a 1996 graduate of Milton Hershey School. He calls going to MHS a “game-changer.” He said, “without MHS I would never have been able to achieve what...

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Rodney Drake ’80

 “MHS saved my life.” That’s how strongly Rodney Drake feels about his time at Milton Hershey School. Drake graduated in 1980 and spent 27 years in the Army before retiring...

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2015 Alumnus of the Year: J. Anthony Graves, Ph.D., M.D. ’87

The late Dr. J. Anthony Graves passed away in 2019. We thank him for his contributions to pediatric cancer research. Below is his Alumnus of the Year story as written...

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Alex Dissinger ’09

Alex Dissinger ’09 wanted to attend the U.S. Naval Academy for as long as he can remember. He came to Milton Hershey School in the 10th grade from Lebanon, Pa....

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Phillipa Ashby ’89

Phillipa Ashby graduated from Milton Hershey School in 1989. She is currently AVP and Business Architect at AXIS in the greater Philadelphia area. She is a strategy focused business leader...

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2012 Alumna of the Year: Captain Kimberly Elenberg ’88

Captain Kimberly Elenberg ’88 was the 2012 Milton Hershey School Alumna of the Year. A doctor of nursing practice, an informaticist, public health administrator, educator, and a leader of national...

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Mario Christian ’96

Mario Christian graduated from Milton Hershey School in 1996. He went on to become a CPA  and eventually became a Director of Financial and Operations Analysis. But Mario’s road to...

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