Messenger - Vol. 3, No. 4, Page 26 Summer 1994 New alumni board members Six new members have been approved to serve three-year terms on the University of Delaware Alumni Association's board of directors. John V. Flynn Jr. '64 of Wilmington, Del., received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the University followed by a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Princeton University. In 1968, Flynn joined the DuPont Co., where he held various positions in research, manufacturing and marketing. He served from 1973-77 as chief operating officer for the city of Wilmington and then joined Touche Ross, now Deloittte & Touche, as senior manager in 1978, becoming a partner in 1981. He has served as partner-in-charge of the Philadelphia management consulting function since 1988. Denise Ranck Holt '88 of Townsend, Del., is a pharmaceutical sales representative with Carter Wallace Inc. A past president of the Student Alumni Association, she was a class of 1988 representative and was active in planning its fifth year reunion. Christopher R. Locke '84 of Newark, Del., an attorney with Childerston Froehlich & Locke, graduated with a B.S. in business administration. He has served on the Alumni Association ad hoc committee for bylaws review, the awards committee and the Homecoming dance committee 1991. Margaret Carpenter Moeckel '76 of Hockessin, Del., is a realtor with Gilpin Realtors in Greenville, Del. She graduated in 1976 with a degree in political science. She is a volunteer at Tatnall School and with various church and community groups. Her husband is R. Thorpe Moeckel '79. Robert L. Richards '50 of Wilmington, Del., is retired vice president of the Polymer Products Department of the DuPont Co. An active member of the Engineering Alumni Association, Richards served on the advisory committee for the Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management program at the University. He received the University of Delaware Medal of Merit Award in 1987. A member of Kappa Alpha fraternity while at the University, Richards is currently president of Adela Inc., a family operated business engaged in custom yacht charters in the Virgin Islands. His wife is Joyce Hilty Richards '51. Jo Anne Collier Shaw '60 '75M, of Newark, Del., is a part-time faculty member in the College of Human Resources. A member of the Human Resources Alumni Association for five years, including one year as president, she formerly was HRAA representative on the board, serving on the adhoc committee that was helpful in securing state funding for the Alison Hall expansion. Shaw, the first recipient of the HRAA Appreciation Award last year, was named Outstanding Alumna of the University in 1993.