Scott Verhey, Arts ’88 was reappointed an Illinois special assistant attorney general to represent the Illinois Department of Transportation and the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority in the prosecution of eminent domain cases. He practices law in Chicago, concentrating on commercial litigation and business transactions.
Jodi Schoenauer, Comm ’88 was elected an officer to the U.S. Power Squadron, Minnetonka, Minn. Chapter, one of the largest chapters nationally. USPS is a civic organization that promotes safe boating and environmental water responsibility.
Anne Maloney, Grad ’88 spent a sabbatical semester in Rome while her husband Stephen Heaney, Grad ’88, taught at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Her project is a manuscript on embodiment and the role that story plays in understanding addiction. She also visited Florence, Naples, Sienna, Pompeii and Assisi; and Nice and Paris, […]
Michael Hodan, Bus Ad ’88, Grad ‘1995 is senior vice president of investments for Wells Fargo Advisors in Milwaukee.
Henry Guenther, Bus Ad ’88, Grad ‘2001 is president of Hartmann Controls Inc. He received national and international patents for Tier IV Emissions technology to be used on diesel systems worldwide. It is his first patented invention.
Scott R. Letteney, Law ’88, was promoted to city attorney of Racine, Wis., for which he was previously deputy city attorney. He is a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel and a municipal judge in Geneva, Wis.
Mike Klug, Arts ’88, Grad ’98, is president of the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin Board of Directors. He is vice president for community outreach and program development at MCFI NEXDAY Neuro-Rehab, which focuses on recovery and regaining independence after acquired and traumatic brain injuries.
Robert E. Kortsch, Dent ’86, Grad ’88
Cary G. Vance, Arts ’88, Grad ’02 is president and CEO of Hansen Medical Inc. The company, a global leader in intravascular robotics, is based in Mountain View, Calif.
Mike Gosz, Eng ’88 is vice president for enrollment at Chicago’s Illinois Institute of Technology.