Therese Burkhart, Arts ’70, was named Alumna of the Year by the Danihy Chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit national honor society.
Dennis Sinar, Arts ’69, published Not Born Here — Stories of Marsden, N.C., which highlights the uniqueness of Southern characters through humorous stories in the fictional town of Marsden, N.C. He lives in Southport, N.C., and is working on a follow-up novel.
Constance O’Neil, Arts ’69, and John Serafin, Bus Ad ’70, are the proud grandparents of Adilyn Serafin, born Nov. 25, 2014 to son James and daughter-in-law Kristin. All live in Westchester County, N.Y.
Joseph Camilli, Arts ’03, Grad ’07, is the ERISA compliance consultant for Milwaukee’s Infinity Benefit Solutions Inc., for which he provides guidance about the ACA, HIPAA, ERISA and COBRA. He and his wife Amanda live in Wauwatosa, Wis., with their daughter Giada Mabel.
Maura (Farrell) Devine, Arts ’92, is managing director at Chicago’s ASGK Public Strategies and considered one of Chicago’s top media relations professionals. She has more than 20 years of public relations and broadcast media experience. She and her family live in Evanston, Ill.
Mark Karau, Arts ’91, Grad ’93, earned tenure in the history department at the University of Wisconsin–Sheboygan. His second book, Germany’s Defeat in the First World War: The Lost Battles and Reckless Gambles That Brought Down the Second Reich, was published in May 2014. His first book on the German Marines in Flanders in World […]
John Fitzgerald, Arts ’91, and his wife Mickey launched sendacarepackage.com, a company specializing in care packages for college students.
Meghan Kennedy, Arts ’90, is 2015 co-chair of the Inland Empire Disabilities Collabora-tive, located in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Kim (Parrott) Hoffman, Arts ’89, and Jennifer Parins, Arts ’92, part of the learning team at CESA 7 Alternative High School in Green Bay, Wis., received 2015 Golden Apple Awards.
Larry M. Tobin, Arts ’68, was inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame for his more than 40 years of service to the state’s newspaper industry. He and his wife Kathy have published the Tomahawk Leader weekly newspaper for the past 33 years.