Twin sisters Kelly and Kerry Jesberger have always enjoyed expressing their creativity. From a very early age, Kelly loved to draw, and Kerry loved to write. Their creativity inspired them to join forces after their graduation from St. Marys Area High School in 2006, and the result was their first published children's book, "A Thief in Sunnyside!"
St. Marys native Jennifer Will has been employed with Wellspan Health System in York for the past 24 years, a career that has provided her with experience in the hospital's oncology unit and more recently as a Case Management Nurse.
Will first took a job at York Hospital in 1986 after graduating from Penn State University with a major in nursing. Over time, York Hospital grew to be a part of the Wellspan Health System.
St. Marys native Rachel Kell has found her accidental career choice rewarding in several different ways.
Rachel is currently employed by the Small Business Administration Office of the Inspector General in Washington, D.C. Prior to that, she was employed by the Department of Defense Inspector General in Arlington, Va.
Next time youâ€™re perusing the shelves at Target, chances are you may stumble upon a fabric design created by St. Marys native Amy Fritz.
As a fabric designer for Target Corp., Fritz, 32, designs materials and prints for the chainâ€™s soft home products, including bedding, window and shower curtains, decorative toss pillows and throw and kitchen textiles.
The knowledge that he may be the first to do something, no matter how small, is one of the best aspects of Jonathan Evansâ€™ job at the Electro-Optical Countermeasures Technology Branch of the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Evans, a native of St. Marys, completed his Master of Science degree in Electro-Optics (M.S.E.O.) from the University of Dayton earlier this summer and plans to begin working toward a Ph.D. in applied physics at the Air Force Institute of Technology in October.