Daniel Cahill Jr., ’79, is a partner in Graham Law Firm L.L.C. in Danielsville, GA. A member of the State Bar of Georgia since 1984, he earned his law degree from Emory University in Atlanta. Dan practices law in the areas of criminal defense, domestic relations, and personal injury. He has a daughter and lives in Athens, GA. Friends are welcome to contact him at .

Tamara Davidson, ’79, was recently promoted to director of supply chain for MacDermid’s ASF division in Ferndale. She has worked for MacDermid for five years as a purchasing manager for the specialty chemical manufacturer. Tamara and her husband, Oscar Roberto, live in Farmington Hills.

Thomas Dunbar, ’79, was appointed board chairman of CureSearch/The National Childhood Cancer Foundation. It is part of the Children’s Oncology Group, the largest cooperative research group for childhood cancer in the world. They coordinate the efforts of all hospitals treating children with cancer in North America and several other countries. Tom and his wife, Lynn, live in Louisville, KY, and can be reached via e-mail at: .

Meg Goebel, ’79, is president and owner of Paul Goebel Group, an insurance company begun by her father. She began working for her father’s company as a secretary at age 18. She returned to the company to run its Champaign, IL, office in 1982. Meg is a member of the American Institute of Professional Association Group Insurance Administrators, American Bar Association, and the Mid-America Association of Group Administrators. She has served on the boards of several organizations, including the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Club of Grand Rapids. She lives in Grand Rapids.

Chris Wigent, ’79, former superintendent of the Calhoun Intermediate School District, recently received the Distinguished Professional Award from the Calhoun Area School Board Members Association.