PGAA Announces New President:  Dr. Brian Moreland

Dr. Brian Moreland (Class of '98), has recently assumed the position of president of the Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association.  Brian is a chiropractor in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, and lives in Hempfield Township with his wife, Rachel.  He was appointed to the position of associate clinical instructor with the Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique, which will allow him to train other chiropractors from across the country and around the world to implement and perform the Activator adjusting technique.  Brian is one of the youngest doctors in the country to be awarded board certification as a rehabilitation specialist.

Will Hoffman, elected president of the Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association, has accepted a position on the Advisory Board at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.  Brian Moreland, who had been serving as vice president of the PGAA, will complete Will's term as president. 

We congratulate Will in his new position and welcome Brian to the helm of the Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association.

Last Chance to register for Golf Outing

You may register for the golf outing online or by printing the form and mailing it to the address on the form.

Alumni News

Kimberly Clapper (Alum) is living "Jen's legacy" as the community income development specialist for the American Cancer Society in York County.  Jen Henry and Kim became best friends after they met as freshman at Pitt-Greensburg.  Jen passed away from a heart defect in her junior year in college.  After Jen's death, Kim decided to carry on her legacy by helping others.  We salute Kim and others who give back to our communities.

Romy Shinn Piccolella (Class of '00) has a new addition to the family.  Andrew Joseph was born on April 22 at 7:58 a.m., weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and was 19-3/4 inches long.  He joins 3-1/2 year old big brother Frankie at home and dad, Frank.

If you are a Pitt-Greensburg alum and would like to submit information for an upcoming issue of the Alumni Connection E-Newsletter, please send it to

Alumni Weddings in Campana Chapel

If you, or a family member, are planning a wedding, why not consider getting married in the new Campana Chapel & Lecture Center located on the Pitt-Greensburg campus. This beautiful facility was built in memory of Mary Lou Campana and is only available to those people who have a direct affiliation with the University. (Immediate family members include parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters.) We are now accepting reservations for ceremonies.  If you would like to request more information about reserving the chapel, including a complete set of guidelines, please call Nancy Murphy in Alumni Affairs at (724) 836-7496 or

Annual Fund Campaign

The Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association recently mailed out a letter asking for your support.  The letter focused on the importance of scholarships and the funding we need to continue to recruit high-quality students.  We wanted to take this opportunity to once again say thank you to all of our donors. We rely on the support of our alum and we are so grateful for your participation. We are excited about all of the changes that are planned for the Pitt-Greensburg campus and hope that you will continue to show your support. When making a contribution, there are a few key things to remember:

ü  Your donation is tax deductible

ü  You can designate where you would like your donation to go (Example: ž Alumni Association)

ü  Your donation can have a much bigger impact if your employer is a part of our matching gifts program

Corporate Matching Gifts Program: It Makes Your Contribution Go Even Further. Did you know that you can double or even triple your contribution to the Pitt-Greensburg campus? The corporate matching gifts program provides a way for alumni, parents, and friends of Pitt-Greensburg to maximize their contributions to the Greensburg campus.  Companies who participate in the matching gifts program “match” their employee’s contribution to Pitt-Greensburg by donating an equal amount of money to the same allocation as the employee’s original contribution.  This additional support is extremely meaningful to the students and to Pitt-Greensburg. Your employer may already be a part of the corporate matching gifts program. Simply check with your human resources department to see if your company is affiliated with the University as a matching gift partner, or contact Emily Hayburn, coordinator of development, at 724-836-7039 for more information.

If you have not made a donation, there is still time.  Please print out the information below and return it to:

Nancy Murphy
Coordinator of Alumni Affairs

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

c/o 203A Lynch Hall

150 Finoli Drive

Greensburg, PA 15601

Or contact Nancy directly at (724) 836-7496 or

Upcoming Events

Saturday, June 7, 2008
PGAA Board of Directors Annual Planning Meeting
8:30 a.m. Breakfast
9:00-12:00 p.m. Meeting
Hempfield Room (Chambers Hall

Friday, June 20, 2008
Annual Golf Outing 10:00 a.m. (shotgun start) at Cherry Creek Golf Course (registration information in this newsletter) 



For more information on upcoming events:


Phone 724-836-7496

Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Affairs at or 724-836-7496