Susan L. (Guilda) Aey, M.D.,Class of 1985
Aey received her Bachelor of Arts degree,magna cum laude, in Zoology from Miami University of Ohio in 1989. She then earned her Masters degree in 1993 from The Ohio State University College of Medicine.
Aey was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at both the Oklahoma City and Roudebush VA Medical Centers. She was a participant in the Indiana University Kenya Program, delivering medical care in rural Kenya. She has served as a Physician of Internal Medicine focusing on women’s health since 1999.
Aey earned many honors throughout her academic journey beginning with the title of Valedictorian for the BHS Class of 1985. During her undergraduate years she was on the President’s and Dean’s Lists and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Research Honorary and Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma Academic Honorary. She also received the Edward M. Chester Summer Research Scholar award at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland in 1988.
During medical school Aey earned Honors Citations in Dermatology Clinical Clerkship and First Year Curriculum and was awarded the Shirley Goodman Memorial Scholarship—Alpha Phi Foundation in 1989. She earned Letters of Commendation in Clinical Clerkships of Surgery, Ob/Gyn, Family Practice, Neurology and Medical Therapeutics Curriculum.
Aey, her husband John P. Aey, M.D., and their three children reside in Poland, Ohio.
Terry P. Michaels, Class of 1982
Michaels earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting at the University of Akron in 1986. He earned a Masters degree in Administration at Central Michigan University in 2000.
Lieutenant Colonel Michaels has successfully served our country in the United States Army for 24 years. In addition to attending the universities listed, he has quite an extensive military training. This training includes artillery officer basic and advanced courses, Combined Arms Service Staff School, resource management and budget courses, professional resource management courses, United States Army Command and General Staff College and military transition team advanced schooling.
Michaels has handled many assignments in his career and has earned numerous decorations and badges along the way. He has earned the
Meritorious Service Medal (3 Oak Leaf Clusters), the Army Commendation Medal (3 Oak Leaf Clusters), the Army Achievement Medal (3 Oak Leaf Clusters), a Combat Action Badge, a Parachutist Badge and an Air Assault Badge. One of Michaels’ proudest accomplishments is bringing all of his soldiers home from Iraq unhurt.
He has been stationed at bases across the United States including Oklahoma, Kentucky, Maryland and Kansas. Michaels also served in Wurzburg, Schweinfurt and Hohenfels Germany. He was the Commander of the Brigade Transition Team, Unit 6110 stationed in Salman Pak, Iraq.
Michaels has a very strong commitment to his country, community and most importantly, his family. He is married to Teresa (BHS Class of 1982) and they have three sons, Andrew, James and Jonathan.
Julie Morgan Wallace, M.D., Class of 1987
Wallace’s accomplishments began at Barberton High School when she graduated as the Class of 1987 Valedictorian. She then began to pursue her dream to become a doctor. Wallace graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Science degree,cum laude, in Biology in 1991. She then earned her Doctorate of Medicine in 1996 at the Wright State University School of Medicine.
Wallace’s residency, focusing on Family Medicine, was completed at Akron General Medical Center where she was also Chief Resident, Clinical Instructor. She was a Residency Recruitment Coordinator at the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine and was a member of the Women’s Health Committee and the Library Development Committee. Wallace participated in ICH/GCP Training – continuing education for FDA Research Approval.
Wallace has been a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Association. She is currently a member of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, where she has served on the Board of Directors, and the American Academy of Family Physicians where she served as the District 12 Director 1996-2004. She also held the position of Family Practice Chairman for Barberton Citizen’s Hospital 2003-2006.
Wallace does a great job of juggling the roles of physician and community leader, along with wife and mother. In 1996 Wallace married classmate John. They have two sons, Jacob and Zachary, who are following in their parent’s footsteps by being successful Barberton City Schools’ students.
Glenn E. “Bo” Schembechler, Class of 1947
Schembechler earned his Bachelors degree from Miami University of Ohio in 1951. While serving as a graduate assistant coach, he was awarded his Masters degree from The Ohio State University in 1952. He was an Assistant Professor of Emeritus of Sports Management and Communication within the Division of Kinesiology at Michigan University and was awarded an honorary degree of “Doctor of Law” at the University.
After a tour of duty in the United States Army, Schembechler returned to football in 1954 coaching at Presbyterian College, Bowling Green and Northwestern. He coached at Ohio State 1957-1962 before moving on to Miami of Ohio. He coached at Miami 1963-1968 with a record of 40-17-3 and at the University of Michigan 1969-89 with a record 194-48-5. Schembechler is known as the winningest head coach in Michigan football history having won or tied for 13 Big Ten championships during his 21 year tenure. In his 27 years of coaching, Schembechler’s teams never had a losing season. He led players on the field to victory, but more importantly he led them off the field to obtain their degrees. Schemblecher was as tenacious about the academics of his players as he was about their performance on the field. His cry to his players, "Those who stay will be champions!" remains a team slogan for the Wolverines.
Schemblecher was Big Ten Coach of the Year seven times and National Coach of the Year in 1969. He was inducted into the Miami University Hall of Fame, the State of Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, the University of Michigan Hall of Honor, the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame and the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. Schembechler served as Michigan University’s Director of Athletics for two years and was president of the Detroit Tigers 1990-1992.
In addition to his athletic accomplishments, Schembechler devoted his time and efforts to the University community. He raised $6 million for the Adrenal Cancer Center in memory of his late wife, Millie Schembechler, and worked on the Board of Directors for the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. He also worked with the Cardiology Department on fundraising for a new building.
Schembechler passed away November 17, 2006. He and his wife Millie had one son, Glenn III (“Shemy”), who has passed the name on to his son, Glenn “Bo” Schemblecher IV.