Mark Collins, Eng ’81, and Kathryn (Alheid) Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Eng ’84, celebrated their 30th anniversary. At Marquette he was an athletic trainer and she was a cheerleader for the men’s basketball team. They were married at Church of the Gesu by their engineering professor, Rev. Luis Rodriguez, S.J., Grad ’69, ’74. They live in […]
Bill Grimes , Jour ’81, received the Robert M. Cole Award for best school board coverage at the Illinois Press Association convention in Springfield, Ill. It’s the third statewide first-place award he has won in more than 30 years of journalism.
Margaret A. Smith Pecher, Grad ’81,
Christine (Rodriguez) Kubicki, Sp ’81, published her third novel, Cross the Viaduct, about Catholics involved with Rev. James Groppi and the St. Boniface civil rights movement in Milwaukee during the 1960s.
Brian Meyer, Jour ’81, is news director at WBFO Radio in Buffalo, N.Y., the region’s NPR station. He is an award-winning journalist who previously worked at The Buffalo News and WBEN Radio.
Rhonda Kraai, Grad ’81, is an assistant professor of special education at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti.
Patrick G. Quick, Bus Ad ’81, of Mequon, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Kay Hunt, Law ’81, chair of the Lommen Abdo Law Firm’s appellate practice, was named a Minnesota Lawyer 2013 Attorney of the Year. Attorneys are chosen for their leadership, involvement in major cases or other newsworthy events, excellence in corporate or transactional services and public service. She also continues her two-year term as a board […]
Robert Duffy, Arts ’81, Law ’84, of Milwaukee was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
William Binder, Bus Ad ’81, Grad ’83, was elected to the board of the Family Defense Center, a nonprofit that advocates for justice for families in the child welfare system. He is chairman of Kaleidoscope Inc., a nonprofit that helps Chicago children recover from abuse and neglect.