Daniel Finerty, Law ’98 is a partner of Lindner & Marsack S.C., a long-standing management-side labor and employment law firm in Milwaukee. He has been with the firm since 2012.
Scott Niederjohn, Eng ’96, Grad ‘1998 was promoted to full professor of economics and business at Lakeland University. He was also named the first dean of the Lakeland School of Business and Entrepreneurship.
Ilona (Radzevicius) Helin, Comm ’96, Grad ‘1998 completed her doctorate in child development/infant studies from Loyola University in Chicago.
Wendy (Martinez) Schneider, Arts ’94, Grad ‘1998 was promoted to CEO of Behavioral Health Link, operating the Georgia Crisis and Access Line in Atlanta, and was named to the standards, training and practices subcommittee of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Richard Lucas, Eng ’98, and Lauren Lucas: daughter Liza Leigh, Sept. 23, 2015.
Timothy Blazek, Bus Ad ’98, and Kristine Blazek: son Ryder Marshall, July 28, 2015. He was 9 pounds, 7 ounces. He joins brother Chase, 4, and sister Emma, 2. The family lives in Naperville, Ill.
Mark Andres, Bus Ad ’98, Law ’01, Grad 01, and Annie (Nolan) Andres, Comm ’06: son Thomas Ignatius, Nov. 8, 2014.
Ryan McAlvey, Arts ’98, was appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA’s Initial Eligibility Waiver Committee and International Student-athlete Eligibility Subcommittee. He is assistant athletic director for compliance and student services at the University of Portland.
Timothy Blazek, Bus Ad ’98, is senior director of national accounts and channel expansion at Lineage Logistics.
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.