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Alpena High to induct 3 into Alumni Hall of Fame

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Three Alpena High School graduates – a CEO, the founder and president of three corporations, and the vice-president of global operations of a company – will be inducted into the Alpena High School Alumni Hall of Fame during Homecoming festivities on October 15th at 6:30 PM at Wildcat Stadium.

Tim Fitzpatrick, class of 1969, attended Alpena Community College. He began working in the restaurant business at the age of 13. After years of working and learning the restaurant business, Tim bought his first Kentucky Fried Chicken business in Goshen, Indiana and continued buying KFC, Taco Bell and Long John Silver outlets in 37 cities throughout Michigan, Wisconsin and Indiana. Tim is the founder and president of WMCR Corporation, Manco Corporation and MEIG Enterprises, all headquartered in Alpena. In addition, Tim is the Chairman of the Board of Bank of Alpena, and director on the Board of the River’s Edge Golf Course. Tim participates in numerous community service projects. He sponsors the Survivor’s Reception for Relay for Life, he is a supporter of Art in the Loft, a financial supporter of M-PAC, a member of Alpena Regional Medical Center’s Keystone Society and helped fund the Cancer Center garden area. Tim served in a leadership capacity on the ACC Foundation’s Pathways to the Future Capital Campaign, and his efforts and philanthropic support helped to bring about the successful conclusion of that $1.4 million endeavor. Tim resides in Alpena with his wife Sue and daughter Lindsay.

Teri L. List, class of 1980, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Northern Michigan University and is a Certified Public Accountant. As Proctor & Gamble’s senior vice president and treasurer for 15 years, Teri leads the Global Treasurer Acquisition and Divestiture, Investor Relations and External Business Development organizations. Teri serves on a number of external advisory boards and committees, including Financial Executives International Committees on Corporate Treasury and the Conference Board Executive Committee Council of Corporate Treasurers. In 2008, CFO Magazine named Teri to its list of 25 women to watch. Teri is actively involved in several community service organizations, including Greater Cincinnati Foundation Investment & Finance Committee, Cincinnati Museum Center Investment Committee, and the United Way Strategic Development Cabinet, just to name a few. Teri resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with her daughters, Katie and Jennifer. Other family members include parents Don and Arlene Bartosh of Alpena and brothers Mike of Harbor Springs, and Brian of Alpena.

Lisa M. Dietlin, class of 1981, completed her Master’s degree in Philanthropy and Development from Saint Mary’s University in Minnesota and is the president and CEO of Lisa M. Dietlin & Associates. She has been in the philanthropic arena for over twenty-five years and is a respected leader in the development field. Lisa is actively involved in numerous nonprofit boards throughout the country and is a frequent speaker at conferences and lectures. In addition to being president and CEO of her own business, Lisa is an adjunct professor at North Park University in Chicago. Lisa resides in Chicago, Illinois. Her family includes her mom Shirley Dietlin, sister Linda Fairchild, niece Ann Fairchild and nephew Robert Fairchild from Alpena, brother Jeffrey Dietlin in Cadillac, his wife Danielle, nephews Michael, Benjamin and Nathaniel and niece Caitlin.