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Al Felici '50 who just turned 95

Jazmyn Barrow Stover ’06, a Partner in the Cleveland office of Fisher Phillips law firm, was named to the 2019 Top 100 Lawyers List by The National Black Lawyers, an organization that focuses on highlighting accomplished black attorneys and promoting excellence in the legal profession for black attorneys across the United States through advocacy training, marketing, networking and education of lawyers. Honorees are nominated by leading attorneys and current NBL members and recognized for their outstanding reputation in the legal community.

Stover helps private and public employers in the health care, hospitality, real estate and retail industries prevent employment-related risks by emphasizing proactive workforce management.

Al Felici ’50, who turned 95 years old in October, along with his wife, Francie, enjoyed time in the Steinhagen Suite during the Pioneers football home opener against Muskingum University. A two-sport athlete at Marietta, Felici excelled in both football and basketball until Coach Don Drumm made him choose one. Though he lettered in both, Felici ultimately chose football. During the September 21st Shrine Trophy Game, which the Pioneers won 31-25, President Bill Ruud presented him with a signed team ball.