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Ray Ontko

Ray OntkoRaymond Ontko ’84 graduated from Earlham with a degree in Mathematics. Between 1984 and 1988 he worked in the Computing Center of the College as a computer programmer and system administrator. Since 1984, Ray has occasionally served on the faculty of Earlham as Lecturer or Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science. He previously served as a member of the Earlham Board of Trustees from 2008-17. Ray is president of Doxpop, LCC (www.doxpop.com), a web-based information service. Ray serves on several boards of directors locally, and regionally: Indiana Landmarks Foundation, Wayne County Foundation, Friends Fellowship Community, Richmond Shakespeare Festival, Richmond Community Orchestra. He is a member of Whitewater Monthly Meeting of Friends (First Friends, Richmond, IN). Ray enjoys acting in community theatre and playing cello in his spare time. Ray and wife Sharon have two grown children and two grandchildren.

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