Rachel Leimbach, Eng ’03, Grad ’05, is a member of the New York Air National Guard, which supports the National Science Foundation and flies “pole to pole and everywhere in between.”
Pope Francis appointed Rev. Donald J. Hying, Arts ’85, (at right, standing) as bishop of the Diocese of Gary, Ind. Previously Father Hying was an auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Lt. Adam Maruszewski, USN, Eng ’05, and Capt. Lucas Ward, USMC, Arts ’07, discovered their mutual connection while deployed in Okinawa, Japan.
Brian Hodous, Bus Ad ’85, appreciates the powerful pull of gaming.
Sgt. Adam Plantinga, Arts ’95, tells crime novelists how to write about cops.
Paul T. Kirner, Bus Ad ’69, ran the equivalent of the circumference of the earth.
Michael Telwak, Eng ’12, Grad 13, and Kirsten Lehman, Arts ’12, Grad ’14, July 2014 at Church of the Gesu in Milwaukee. The couple met as freshmen at Tuesday night Mass in St. Joan of Arc Chapel. Alumni in the wedding party Patrick Lehman, Eng ’09; Mindy Lehman, Nurs ’09; Rebecca Lehman, H Sci ’10, Dent […]
Mark Parilla, Arts ’11, and Kathleen Barker, H Sci ’11, Grad ’12, Sept. 13, 2014 at Church of the Gesu. Alumni in the wedding party Sara Buser, Bus Ad ’11; Cy Kondrick, Arts ’11; Kristin Lastres, Comm ’11; Sara Paulus, H Sci ’11, Grad ’12; and Sara Schmeling, H Sci ’11, PT ’13.
David Sajdak, Bus Ad ’07, and Vesper (Williams) Sajdak, Arts ’08, May 31, 2014 at St. Ursula Academy in Cincinnati. Alumni in the wedding party Andrew Sajdak, Law ’07; D.J. Quam , Eng ‘09; Kyle Gisbrecht , Comm ’07; and Megan Sajdak, Comm ‘09.
Amy (Anderson) Kawa, Arts ’09, and Daniel Kawa, Arts ’14, June 21, 2014 at Milwaukee’s Plymouth UCC. The reception was held at the Astor Hotel. Alumni in the wedding party Bridget O’Brien, H Sci ’09, PT ’11; Catherine Moran, Arts ’09; Jillian Berndl, Arts ’09; Michael Lawlor, Bus Ad ’08; Daniel Lentsch, Eng ’09, Grad ’13; […]
Julia (LaChance) Tandez, Nurs ’11, and Adam Tandez, Nurs ’11, July 27, 2013 at Church of the Gesu. The reception was held at the Milwaukee Athletic Club. He is the assistant women’s basketball coach at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo., and she is a NICU nurse at the University of Missouri Children’s Hospital. Alumni in the […]
Haley (Landsman) Duran, Comm ’08, and Brayden Duran, May 31, 2014 at the Bottom Lounge in Chicago. Alumni in the wedding party Emily (Ruffatto) Nadaud,H Sci ’08; Anna Bradbury , Comm ‘09; Nicole (Bullard) White , Bus Ad ‘08; Ashley (Spingola) Rich, Comm ‘08; and Katherine Kazaneckik, Comm ‘08.
Ashley Niedringhaus, Comm ’09, and Dan Wojno, Eng ’09, Feb. 22, 2012 at the Cathedral Basilica in St. Louis. The couple relocated from New York to Bangkok, where he is director of operations for David Yurman and she is a freelance writer.
John Wright, III, Bus Ad ’11, and Maria (Rose) Wright, Nurs ’11, Aug. 10, 2013 at St. Patrick’s Church in St. Charles, Ill. Alumni in the wedding party Daniel (Danny) Wright, H Sci ’14; Eric Brown, Arts ’12; Emily (Laloggia) Burds, Arts ’11; Regina Galassi, Arts ’11; Robert Shimp, Comm ’11; David Kruse, Arts ’10; Kollin […]
Elizabeth Hauerwas, Nurs ’08, Grad 13, and Jeremy Flasch, Sept. 20, 2014 at the Milwaukee Yacht Club. She is a pediatric nurse practitioner in the children’s specialty group at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and he is a product manager for FORCE America. They live in Cudahy, Wis. Alumna in the wedding party Bethany (Lein) Rader Nurs ’08.
Mary Schless, Comm ’09, and Drew Gage, June 28, 2014 at St. Gabriel the Archangel in St. Louis. Alumnae in the wedding party Jackie Vandrell, Arts ’09; and Mary Leukam, Arts ’09. Alumni in attendance Joseph St. Marie, Eng ’10; Sarah Kover, Comm ’09; and Danielle Scampini, Comm ’10.
Adam McMahon, Arts ’12, and Kathryn Scott, Arts ’12, June 14, 2014 at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in Lemont, Ill., where they live. Alumni in the wedding party Leonard Hartanto, Bus Ad ’12; and Chris Mason, Bus Ad ’12
Andrew Hunt, Bus Ad ’08, Grad 13, and Catherine (Mueller) Hunt, H Sci ’08, Grad ’09, June 28, 2014 at Church of the Gesu in Milwaukee. More than 60 alumni attended. Alumni in the wedding party Elizabeth (Mueller) Elsaesser, Bus Ad ’06; Julia (Genereux) Van Liew, Arts ’08; Beth (Warmuth) Ryan, Arts ’08; Alex Hermanny, Arts ’06; […]
Robert Conrath, Arts ’10, Grad 11, and Brianne (Garrett) Conrath, Arts ’10, Grad ’11, April 26, 2014 at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Milwaukee. The reception was held at Best Place at the Historic Pabst Brewery. Alumni in the wedding party Tyler Bowlus, Eng ’11; Thomas Petullo, Ed ’10; John Modrzynski, Eng ’10; Ben […]
Brad Schanke, Eng ’12, and Lauren (Caron) Schanke, Arts ’12, June 6, 2014 at Hubbard Park in Shorewood, Wis. The reception was held at the Pfister Hotel and attended by many alumni. He is a lieutenant junior grade in the U.S. Navy, and she is a social worker. Alumni in the wedding party Sandra Schueller, Bus […]
Melissa Kwaterski, H Sci ’08, Grad 10, and Adam Federhar, May 10, 2014 at St. Thomas More Church in Appleton, Wis. They live in Issaquah, Wash., where she is a physical therapist at Swedish Medical Center and he works at the T-Mobile headquarters
Kelly (Magennis) Crown, H Sci ’10, and Kyle Crown, Bus Ad ’10, June 28, 2014 in Sylvania, Ohio. They live in Reston, Va., where she is a physician assistant and he is a client delivery manager for an IT staffing company
Adam Mescher, Arts ’08, and Brittany (Henshue) Mescher, Arts ’08, Oct. 18, 2014 at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Madison, Wis. Alumni in the wedding party Mallory Steinberg, Comm ’08; Marcus Mescher, Arts ’04; and Chris Hallberg, Arts ’09.
Christina Jahnke, H Sci ’10, Dent 13, and Christopher Streff, H Sci ’08, Dent ’12, Sept. 20, 2014 at Church of the Gesu in Milwaukee.
Hilary Schlueter, Nurs ’14, and Matthew Jahnke, Bus Ad ’11, Nov. 8, 2014 in East Bristol, Wis.
Brian Smith, Eng ’08, and Catherine (Vuong) Smith, Eng ’08, June 14, 2014 at Church of the Gesu. Rev. James Flaherty, S.J., visiting professor of philosophy, presided, and Mary Utzerath, adjunct instructor in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, was cantor. Alumni in the wedding party Jennifer (Bustamante) Berkowski, Arts ’06; Diep Tran, Arts ’07; […]
Katherine (Sternke) Tretow, Arts ’10, and Zachary Tretow, Arts ’10, Sept. 13, 2014 at St. Matthias Catholic Church in Milwaukee. The reception was held at the Wisconsin Club. She is the granddaughter of Roy. O. Kallenberger, Eng ’40, Grad ’46, ’49, the former Marquette vice president for business and finance who managed the logistics of bringing St. […]
Donald “Donny” Trivisonno, Bus Ad ’08, and Alexis (Stoxen) Trivisonno, Comm ’09, at St. Ambrose in Woodbury, Minn., with a reception at the Union Depot in St. Paul. They live and work in the San Francisco Bay area. Alumni in the wedding party Lauren Stoxen, Arts ’11; Amy Wrobel, Arts ’09; Amy (Hammer) Mliner, Nurs ’09; […]
Matthew Johnson, Bus Ad ’11, and Elizabeth (Manderfeld) Johnson, Arts ’11, Aug. 30, 2014 at the Church of St. Mark in St. Paul, Minn. The reception was at the Calhoun Beach Club in Minneapolis. Alumni in the wedding party Emily Azzalino, H Sci ’11, Grad ’13; Kyleen Nagel, H Sci ’11, PT ’13; Jennifer Grossmayer, Ed […]
Michael Bergemann, Eng ’09, and Cassandra (Koehler) Bergemann, Comm ’08, May 10, 2014 at Old St. Mary Parish in Milwaukee. Alumni in the wedding party Mallory Steinberg, Comm ’08; Erin (McDermott) Stanek, Bus Ad ’08, Grad ’09; Victoria (Duclon) Vincent, H Sci ’08, Grad ’09; Lauren Hogan, H Sci ’08, PT ’10; Jim Stemper, Eng ’09; […]
Rachel (Longawa) Ketter, H Sci ’11, PA 13, and Cletus Ketter , Bus Ad ’11, July 26, 2014 at Church of the Gesu. The reception was at the InterContinental Milwaukee. Alumni in the wedding party Jeffrey Herbert, Law ’06; Christine (Longawa) Herbert, Bus Ad ’03, Grad ’04; Erica Nelson, Arts ’10; Lindsay Krage, Nurs ’11; and Emily […]
Chris Enger, Bus Ad ’05, and Colleen (Slattery) Enger, H Sci ’06, June 14, 2014 at St. Francis Xavier Church in LaGrange, Ill. They live in Downers Grove, Ill Alumni in the wedding party Jennifer Enger Kupietz, Arts ’07; Joseph LoCoco, Bus Ad ’04; Dan Bielski, Bus Ad ’04; Mark Jacobs , Eng ’05; and Thomas Rosenkranz, […]
Katie George, Comm ’09, and Neil Hufford, Aug. 23, 2014 at St. Patrick Church in Wadsworth, Ill. They live in Clermont, Fla., and work at the Walt Disney World Resort. Alumnae in the wedding party Christie George, Arts ’11; and Kathryn Malm, Comm ’09.
Danielle (Paider) Mullins, H Sci ’11, and Joshua Mullins, H Sci ’11, June 28, 2014 at St. Francis and St. Mary Parish in Brussels, Wis. The reception was held at the Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
Michelle Pfister, Arts ’07, and Rob Long, Oct. 25, 2014 at Stephens Lake Park in Columbia, Mo., where they live. She is a program fellow and adjunct professor at the University of Missouri.
Patrick Hoefler, Arts ’09, and Megan Metcalf, July 5, 2014 at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Eagle River, Alaska. The reception was held at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage, where they live. Alumni in attendance Anthony Hoefler, Arts ’04; Benjamin Fox, Arts ’09; Garrett Garcia, H Sci ’09; Steven Stenholt, Comm ’09; Andrew DeStefano, H Sci ’09; […]
Jennifer (Retzlaff) Randall, Eng ’05, Grad 09, and Timothy , son Gabriel Timothy, Nov. 27, 2013. The family lives in Wauwatosa, Wis.
Brittany (Clement) Frasetto, Comm ’09, and Mark Frassetto, Arts ’09, daughter Caroline Grace, Nov. 1, 2014. She was 7 pounds, 3 ounces and 20.5 inches. She is the couple’s first child.
Melissa (Duchinsky) Lienhard, Arts ’00, and Marcus Lienhard, Bus Ad ’00, son Langston Harold, Sept. 10, 2013.
Kristin (Notaro) Allen, Jour ’08, and Ben Allen, Bus Ad ’08, son Bryce John, Feb. 17, 2014. The family lives in Arlington Heights, Ill.
Patrick Brown, Bus Ad ’04, Grad 12, and Kathryn (Hadley) Brown, Comm ’05, daughter Katherine Elizabeth, June 1, 2014. She joins brother Connor Patrick, 2.
Elizabeth (Higgins) Bromley, Nurs ’06, and Martin Bromley, son Parker Adams, Aug. 21, 2014. He was 8 pounds, 13 ounces and 21 inches. He is the couple’s first child.
Lindsay (Bergman) Schmidt, Art ’00, and Michael Schmidt, Eng ’00, son Augustus “Gus” Frederick, June 4, 2014. He was 10 pounds, 8 ounces. He joins sister Elsa, 2.
Rachel (Leman) Anderson, H Sci ’08, Grad 09, and Joe Anderson, Bus ‘Ad, daughter Charlotte Grace, July 11, 2014. She is the couple’s first child.
Aaron Gall, Eng ’04, Grad 11, and Kristi (Koehler) Gall, Dent Hy ’00, daughter Hayley Maddison, July 10, 2014. She joins brother Justin. The family lives in Mystic, Conn.
Molly (Dinolfo) Eldridge, Bus Ad ’06, Grad 09, and Mark Eldridge, Arts ’06, Law ’14, daughter Lily Grace, Oct. 13, 2014.
Jennifer Poethig, Comm ’01, daughter Caitlyn Rose, Oct. 5, 2014.
Diana (Sroka) Rickert, Comm ’08, and Charles Rickert, Bus Ad ’07, daughter Liliana Carmen, Aug. 18, 2014.
Michelle (Wade) Kelly, Dent ’04, and Michael Kelly, son Macallan John, June 25, 2014. He joins sisters Madailein, 4, and Mackenna, 2.
Adam Feste, Bus Ad ’06, and Elizabeth (Feste) McCostlin, Arts ’06, daughter Meredith Grace, Aug. 6, 2014. She was 5 pounds, 15 ounces and 19 inches. He joins brother William. The family lives in Chicago.
Jim Stamatakos, Comm ’01, and Beth , daughter Annika Rose, June 30, 2014. She joins brother CJ.
Elizabeth (Warmuth) Ryan, Arts ’08, and Stephen Ryan, Arts ’08, daughters Catherine Cunningham and Genevieve Ryan, Feb. 25, 2014. He launched the IT consulting firm RyTech LLC, which works with businesses and organizations on their digital marketing strategy, social media, search engine optimization and educational technology.
Ryan Kirklewski, Arts ’04, Grad 06, and Amanda Kirklewski, Arts ’03, son Connor Logan, Sept. 1, 2014. He was 8 pounds, 5 ounces and 20.75 inches. He joins brother Brady, 3. The family lives in Waukesha, Wis.
Adam W. Strei, Bus Ad ’87, and Kristi (Kopp) Strei, Bus Ad ’88, daughter Zoey Rose, July 2, 2014. She was 8 pounds, 3 ounces and 20.5 inches. She joins sisters Hannah, Karli and Megan and brothers Spencer, Parker and Xander. The family lives in Leesburg, Va.
LaRoy Hoard, Bus Ad ’06, and Michelle (Meissner) Hoard, Arts ’07, Grad ’09, daughter Ava Louise, May 30, 2014. The family lives in Hong Kong.
Elyssa (Schrup) Strickland, Comm ’01, and Ryan Strickland, son Flynn Patrick, July 1, 2013. He joins brother Connor, 2.
Russell Steinbrenner, Eng ’09, Law 13, and Mary (Leutenegger) Steinbreenner, Arts ’08, son Henry Thomas, Aug. 29, 2014. He was 8 pounds, 12 ounces and 22 inches. The family lives in Eden Prairie, Minn.
S. Patrick Maraka, Arts ’04, Dent 10, and Abbey (Veibahn) Maraka, Nurs ’10, son Pat, Aug. 21, 2014.
Wende Fedder, Nurs ’95, and Matt Gorniak, daughter Grace Nicole Gorniak, June 24, 2014. She was 6 pounds, 2 ounces and 19 inches.
Andrew Lelinski, Arts ’06 ‘11, and Jessica (Keber) Lelinski, H Sci ’06, daughter Adele Grace, Jan. 6, 2014. She joins brother Joseph, 2. The family lives in Minneapolis, where he is on a one-year leave of absence from teaching high school and she is completing a forensic pathology fellowship.
Grace L. Long-Jones-Templin, Dent Hy ’35,
Robert G. Meek, Eng ’38,
Petronella B. Wondra Kaiser, Dent Hy ’40,
Dorothy A. Lohneis Paulson, Dent Hy ’40,
Patricia A. Buckett Vosburg, Nurs ’40,
Mary A. Maier Rasmussen, Jour ’41,
Walter S. Stumpf, Bus Ad ’41,
Ralph R. Ebersperger, Dent ’42,
Robert H. Kalsched, Dent ’42,
Dorothy L. Dorszynski Lepeska, Jour ’42,
Joan S. Roets Mulligan, Nurs ’42, Grad 68,
Bernard R. Behrens, Arts ’43,
Jeanne C. Schumann Croyle, Jour ’43,
Foster J. Jacobson, Arts ’43, Med 45,
Joan A. Moonan Pinnell, Law ’43,
Harold J. Ruidl, Arts ’43, Law 47,
Jeanne C. Schumann Croyle Satterhwaite, Jour ’43,
Eugene E. Bleck, Arts ’44, Med 47,
Warren W. Carity, Bus Ad ’44,
Howard W. Harder, Eng ’44,
Edith L. Cozza Joseph, Sp ’44,
M.R, Kaiser, Arts ’44,
C.G. Malley, Med ’44,
E.R. Rynda, Arts ’44,
Kenneth T. Walleman, Eng ’44,
Carol M. Dalton Barrie, Arts ’45,
Robert B. Bursten, Dent ’45,
Jerry J. Dragovich, Med ’45,
Anne T. Talsky Meinhardt, Nurs ’45,
John H. Petersen, Eng ’45,
Alvin C. Theiler, Med ’45,
Charlotte E. Rice Carter, Arts ’46,
Julia R. Deterville, Arts ’46,
Edward J. Dranginis, Med ’46,
Marianna G. Griffith Haugh, Arts ’46,
Janet R. Roblee Morris, Jour ’46,
Constantine J. Panagis, Med ’46,
Patricia M. Tobin Davies Scheller, Arts ’46,
John R. Bryne, Eng ’47,
Helen M. Foote Diotte, Jour ’47,
Maureen P. Gutenkunst, Nurs ’47,
Richard J. McRostie, Eng ’47,
Donald L. Orlaska, Eng ’47,
Corienne E. Butt Stevens, Eng ’47,
Mildred B. Lenz Connelly, Nurs ’48,
Roselee A. Cook Kelley, Grad ’48,
Lawrence P. Marks, Eng ’48,
Russel R. McGarvie, Eng ’48,
Anthony J. Pollock, Med ’48,
Dorothy C. Kadow Sherwin, Nurs ’48,
Elinor A. Menthe Steitz, Jour ’48,
Eugene H. Weitzer, Bus Ad ’48,
James C. Arneson, Eng ’49,
Alfred R. Eckl, Eng ’49,
William P. Frickensmith, Bus Ad ’49,
Jean I. Cunningham Huntling, Arts ’49,
Stanley E. Krause, Arts ’49,
Robert G. Krueger, Bus Ad ’49,
Marianne S. Poczekaj, Arts ’49, Grad 65,
Jack M. Thompson, Law ’49,
Dorothy J Singer Wilfer, Nurs ’49,
James P. Armstrong, Arts ’50,
Thomas H. Bell, Bus Ad ’50,
Frank V. Chovanec, Arts ’50, Grad 57,
Virginia M. Tenaglia Connell, Nurs ’50,
Vernon F. Coty, Grad ’50,
Clarence L. Flessate, Eng ’50,
Edward C. Kellogg, Arts ’50,
Georgeian M. Langkilde Krabath, Arts ’50,
Theodore C. Kraus, Grad ’50,
Mary T. Donovan McNeany, Arts ’50,
Norbert L. Riegert, Grad ’50,
Robert R. Ryan, Dent ’50,
Gordon F. Schumacher, Grad ’50, Med 54,
Jean Hurley Stemper, Arts ’50,
Marina K. Kallas Svoboda, Arts ’50,
M.G. Weldon, Nurs ’50,
Robert K. Bartz, Bus Ad ’51,
Lyle E. Dhein, Bus Ad ’51,
Richard F. Doyle, Bus Ad ’51,
Kathryn A. Duerr Evans, Nurs ’51,
Mary P. Bukolt Felker, Arts ’51,
William J. Flavin, Eng ’51,
John E. Gabriel, Grad ’51,
Robert G. Helf, Eng ’51,
John C. Henfer, Bus Ad ’51,
Stanley W. Komadina, Eng ’51,
Stephen F. Kulpa, Eng ’51,
Filomena A. Volpintesta Lea, Jour ’51,
Ruth M. Blastic Marks, Sp ’51,
Albert G. Ostrenga, Eng ’51,
Oren J. Roesler, Dent ’51,
Donald A. Schmit, Eng ’51,
Donald J. Smith, Bus Ad ’51,
Theodosia E. Field Smyth, Arts ’51,
Thomas J. Snyder, Bus Ad ’51,
William A. Stanford, Bus Ad ’51,
Mary J. MacGillis Capelli, Sp ’52,
Hilda M. Tomich Case, Arts ’52,
Patricia L. Vandenburg Cox, Arts ’52,
Ralph G. Damske, Arts ’52,
Nicholas C. De Leo, Med ’52,
George W. Gould, Eng ’52,
Robert H. Rifleman, Med ’52,
James V. Wadden, Dent ’52,
Otis A. Weinhold, Eng ’52,
Bert J. Beihoff, Arts ’53, Grad 54,
William M. Eiche, Dent ’53,
H.R. Kammerait, Bus Ad ’53,
Leo R. Schuster, Eng ’53,
Thomas D. Streeter, Eng ’53,
Roy H. Voelz, Dent ’53,
Dale E. Eggert, Eng ’54,
William M. LaVette, Med ’54,
Ronald J. Reiter, Arts ’54,
Jerome L. Rinzel, Bus Ad ’54, Law 58,
Daniel E. Warren, Eng ’54,
Karl R. Zaeske, Bus Ad ’54,
Robert G. Ducklow, Dent ’55,
Anne C. Leahy, Nurs ’55,
Richard W. LeMoine, Bus Ad ’55,
Donald R. Rintz, Sp ’55,
Donald E. Silldorff, Eng ’55,
Bernadette V. Meadows Temple, Eng ’55,
Eugene J. Brundage, Eng ’56,
John P. Christman, Arts ’56,
Thomas P. Doherty, Sp ’56, Law 60,
Gerald L. Engeldinger, Bus Ad ’56, Law 60,
Stuart T. McComas, Eng ’56,
RuthAnn F. Pfeifer, Grad ’56,
Ronald J. Prahl, Bus Ad ’56,
M.A. Van Arkel , Med Tech ’56,
Warren L. Voith, Eng ’56,
Wallace H. Wurster, Med ’56,
M.E. Bechtel, Grad ’57,
Constance J. Ryan Fenske, Arts ’57,
John A. Hansen, Law ’57,
Mary F. Kelley Maloney, Dent Hy ’57,
Neil E. O’Brien, Arts ’57,
Patricia R. O’Connor, Arts ’57,
Margie K. Suenkel, Nurs ’57,
James S. Woefel, Bus Ad ’57,
James I. Campbell, Grad ’58,
Patrick J. Diggins, Arts ’58,
Edward P. Hoyle, Eng ’58,
James H. Lenz, Dent ’58,
Theresa A. Mangold, Jour ’58,
Marshall A. Melgard, Bus Ad ’58,
Jane A. Nellis O’Reilly-Briskorn, Arts ’58,
Eileen S. Curley Pankowski, Sp ’58,
Robert R. Rice, Grad ’58, Grad 75,
Richard J. Steinberg, Law ’58,
Dominic Stoltz, Nurs ’58,
William F. Voss, Arts ’58,
Howard J. Barnett, Law ’59,
Harold B. Biller, Med ’59,
Thomas A. Dincher, Eng ’59,
Ronald E. Geraghty, Grad ’59,
John C. Gustaveson, Bus Ad ’59,
Louis J. Huber, Eng ’59,
James F. Lomas, Dent ’59,
John E. O’Connell, Bus Ad ’59,
Denis G. Richards, Jour ’59,
Robert D. Swiderski, Eng ’59,
Alan T. Zingelman, Bus Ad ’59,
Gordon J. Gilsdorf, Grad ’60,
Peter V. Harrington, Arts ’60,
Owen A. Kingsley, Bus Ad ’60,
Dorothy P. Parnell Mahlum, Nurs ’60,
Donald J. McGuiness, Eng ’60,
James F. Murphy, Bus Ad ’60,
Marguerite Sullivan Ryan, Nurs ’60,
Silas S. Woods, Bus Ad ’60,
Thomas J. Allnew, Arts ’61,
William G. Browne, Eng ’61,
Terrence J. Furtmann, Eng ’61,
Sandra K. Guegel, Arts ’61,
Donna M. Kessler, Grad ’61,
William C. Klein, Arts ’61, Med 65,
John S. Lascoe, Arts ’61,
Anthony E. Migas, Arts ’61, Law 64,
Patricia T. Gavagan, Grad ’62,
James L. O’Shea, Med ’62,
Armin M. Sadoff, Med ’62,
Patricia T. Murphy Creger, Arts ’63,
Dennis W. Hickey, Arts ’63,
William J. Kouba, Bus Ad ’63,
Suzanne Jicha Lukas, Med Tech ’63,
James D. MacDonald, Law ’63,
Andrew A. Pandazi, Med ’63,
Sandra L. Collins Ritz, Arts ’63, Grad 66,
Dorothy B. Barnes Sanko, Jour ’63,
Marilyn P Walker, Grad ’63,
William G. Duroe, Arts ’64,
Katherine M. Hodel Kiedrowski, Arts ’64,
David E. England, Arts ’64,
Suzzane B. Arendt Mann, Dent Hy ’64,
Richard F. Maruszewski, Arts ’64, Grad 67,
P.L. Mulvihill, Law ’64,
Raymond A. Noonan, Dent ’64,
Randall E. Rakow, Bus Ad ’64,
M.J. Wickesberg, Grad ’64,
Peter K. Connolly, Jour ’65,
Richard A. Rockhill, Eng ’65, Grad 68, Grad 72,
John C. Agnew, Eng ’66,
Dennis R. Karamitis, Arts ’66,
Olev H. Mathiesen, Arts ’66,
Charles R. Matthews, Arts ’66,
Elroy L. Miller, Grad ’66,
John H. Molenaar, Arts ’66,
Paul R. Schulze, Dent ’66,
Victor J. Simons, Grad ’67,
Richard E. Baus, Dent ’68,
Linda D. Dirksen Brand, Arts ’68,
Peter J. Dundon, Bus Ad ’68,
John Ellis, Eng ’68,
Terence W. Fagan, Arts ’68,
Mark M. Kuglitsch, Bus Ad ’68,
Frederick H. Kurth, Arts ’68,
Suzanne M. Mulholland, Arts ’68,
Edward R. Neudauer, Grad ’68, Grad 87,
Jane A. Rubeck Banaszak, Med Tech ’69,
Robert E. Best, Grad ’69,
Anthony C. Piano, Bus Ad ’69, Grad 72,
Linda M. Drucks Evans, Dent Hy ’70,
Stephen L. Fugate, Bus Ad ’70,
Roman R. Kaunas, Med ’70,
John C. Castiglione, Bus Ad ’71,
James J. Fox, Bus Ad ’71,
Jerome M. Hoffmann, Bus Ad ’71,
Catherine E. McHugh, Grad ’71,
Beverly J. Schulte Nordberg, Grad ’81,
Paul E. Saggio, Arts ’71,
Donald K. Stitt, Law ’71,
Jean A. Geraghty, Arts ’72, Grad 81,
Alfred G. Rodenbeck, Arts ’72, Dent 78,
Richard M. Stover, Arts ’72,
Dorothy C. Anton Tofte, Nurs ’72,
Jerry S. Wodzinski, Eng ’72,
Edward F. Sadowski, Bus Ad ’73,
David P. Sommers, Arts ’73,
Joseph J. Dargo, Arts ’74,
John J. Gilmore, Jour ’74,
Donald E. Rosenbauer, Arts ’75,
Joseph F. Callan, Arts ’76,
Richard G. Huss, Arts ’76,
William E. Richards, Jour ’76,
Stephen R. Bick, Law ’77,
Benjamin Cerrone, Bus Ad ’77,
Steven J. Glowiak, ,
Jeffery E. Struve, Arts ’77,
Mary R. Clark, Sp ’78,
Joan P. Clark, Law ’79,
Mark J. Jedrzejewski, Eng ’79,
Paul J. Novotny, Eng ’79,
Cynthia L. Paplaczyk, Sp ’79,
Michael D. Zelinski, Med Tech ’79,
Richard P. Wojak, Arts ’80,
Bruce K. Adamski, Arts ’82,
Richard Gawel, Eng ’82,
Barry J. DeYulio, Arts ’83,
Eathera G. Brown, Sp ’84,
Mary R. Zimmerman, Bus Ad ’84,
Diana M. Gross, Nurs ’85,
George E. Offerman, Arts ’85,
James J. McGrath, Arts ’86,
Christian A. Thill, Arts ’86,
William F. Prospero, Bus Ad ’87,
Mary A. Wolfe, Law ’87,
Alicia Hains Faulhaber, Bus Ad ’88,
Jeffrey P. Wanta, Grad ’89,
Joseph S. Farrell, Bus Ad ’92,
Anne L. Lowe Mowrer, Nurs ’92,
James W. Foley, Arts ’96,
Barbara A. Webster, Grad ’96,
Mark A. Harris, Ed ’97,
Evan L. Bural, Comm ’99,
Peter J. Bausch, Law ’03,
Tanner Palmer, Bus Ad ’12,
Peter Manetakis, H Sci ’02, and Jacquelyn (Ranallo) Manetakis, Comm ’04, on Louis Joseph, July 13, 2014. He was 6 pounds, 12 ounces and 20.5 inches. He joins brother Vincent Anthony, 4.
Mark Wentz, Bud Ad ’01, and Natalie Wentz, daughter Moriah Grace, Aug. 28, 2014. She joins brothers Griffin and Grady.
Jessica (Burris) Johnson, Arts ’06, and Brian Johnson, daughter Amelia Isabel, June 14, 2014. She was 6 pounds, 5 ounces and 20 inches.
Michael Carson, Bus Ad ’94, and Margaret Carson, twins Finbar “Finn” Raymond and Irene Virginia, April 4, 2014.
Matt Lowery, Bus Ad ’04, and Caroline (Unland) Lowery, Bus Ad ’04, son McCormack John, March 15, 2014. He was 9 pounds, 13 ounces and 21 inches. The family lives in St. Louis.
Joshua Showalter, Arts ’03, and Taylor Showalter, son Owen Timothy, Aug. 30, 2014. He was 8 pounds, 9 ounces and 21.5 inches. He is the couple’s first child.
Katherine (Shanahan) Wagner, Arts ’07, and Matthew Wagner, Bus Ad ’07, daughter Colette Catherine, Aug. 3, 2014 in Lake Forest, Ill. She joins sister Sloane, 2.
Katie Keppeler Heyer, Law ’00, and Vaughn Heyer, daughter Molly Kathryn, May 1, 2014. She joins sister Vivian, 3.
Amanda (Heyman) Lopez, Eng ’05, and Brett , son Gideon Joe, April 10, 2014. He was 7 pounds, 5 ounces and 20 inches.
Megan (Tyryfter) Nytes, Arts ’03, and Jonathan Nytes, Arts ’03, daughter Catherine Jean, Nov. 21, 2013. She joins sister Hope, 4. The family lives in Gainesville, Va.
Laura (Stoltenburg) Schmidt, Nurs ’07, Grad 10, and Joe Schmidt, Eng ’08, Grad ’11, daughter Leah Grace, June 4, 2014. She joins sister Karalyn. The family lives in Waukesha, Wis.
Laura (Janssen) Best, Bus Ad ’00, and Bradley Best, adopted son Alexander Brooks, Oct. 14, 2014. He joins sister Makenna, 4.
William Gordon, Arts ’05, and Merissa (Malacara) Gordon, Arts ’05, daughter Evalyn Ann, Aug. 22, 2014. The family lives in Chicago, where he is a general dentist and she is a clinical psychologist.
Melissa (Frank) Skiffington, Eng ’02, and Nicholas Skiffington, Eng ’02, daughter Brynn Michaela, Feb. 3, 2014. She joins sister Hailey, 4.
Andrea (Broscio) Watkins, Arts ’06, and Dennis Watkins, daughter Norah Ann, April 18, 2014. She was 8 pounds, 7 ounces and 21 inches.
Nikki (Wetzel) Dolvig, Bus Ad ’98, and Andrew Dolvig, daughter Quinn Madeline, Sept. 22, 2014. She joins sister Camden, 6, and brother Brenner, 3. The family lives in Elmhurst, Ill.
Tina Crichton, Bus Ad ’05, Grad 06, and James , daughter Ellie Katherine, Feb. 6, 2014. She joins brother Ryan.
Jenna Merten, Comm ’02, Law 05, and Nick Heiting, daughter Harper Isabella Christine, May 25, 2014.
Colleen (O’Donnell) Maynard, Comm ’06, and Tim Maynard, Arts ’06, Law ’13, son Sean Owen, April 21, 2014, in Milwaukee.
Robert Crawford, Arts ’97, and Molly Crawford, daughter Teagan McHugh Crawford, March 9, 2014.
Kathleen (Klupshas) Turney, Arts ’04, and Daniel Turney, Arts ’03, daughter Adelaide Rose, Sept. 11, 2014. She was 8 pounds, 7 ounces and 21.5 inches.
Dave Hudec, Nurs ’80, Law 87, opened the Dave Hudec Law Office LLC, a full-time social security disability law practice in East Troy, Wis.
Jim Rice, Arts ’75, Law 85, developed the website giantcheeseheads.com and published his third book, 92 Years! Bears–Packers 1921–2013.
Dean P. Laing, Law ’83, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Patricia Walsh, Eng ’95, is vice president and director of business development for the Midwest in the transportation business unit at the Chicago office of Parsons Corp.
Erica F. Blume, Arts ’08, was elected vice president of the Women Lawyers Association of Greater St. Louis, which supports and promotes women lawyers.
Bill Taylor, Eng ’56, authored a biography of Richard Halliburton, A Shooting Star Meets the Well of Death: Why and How Richard Halliburton Conquered the World. He was one of three Wisconsin writers chosen to present a book at the New Berlin (Wis.) Public Library.
William Bachand, Dent ’79, retired from the U.S. Army Dental Corps after 34 years. He is an associate professor in the Georgia Regents University Department of Oral Rehabilitation.
Philip Miller, Law ’87, works in the corporate and finance practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
Barry Owen, Arts ’99, is a partner at Chicago’s Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona.
Dominic A. Montileone, Ed.D., Arts ’67, retired after serving for more than 35 years in secondary and higher education teaching and administrative roles. He was a tenured full professor in business administration and assistant vice president for academic affairs at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pa. He contributed to the college’s undergraduate and graduate curriculum […]
Mark Santacrose, Bus Ad ’81, is CEO and president of Tecta America Corp. in Rosemont, Ill.
Lt Col. John R. Mazzitello, Eng ’92, retired from military service after 22 years. He was on active duty for the U.S. Air Force, Air Force Reserve, Alaska Air National Guard and Minnesota Air National Guard. He had six permanent assignments and five deployments, most recently to Bagram Airfield in Afghani-stan. His last assignment was […]
Robert Campobasso, Arts ’05, is an associate attorney who focuses on the defense of toxic tort matters at Chicago’s Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney Ltd.
Margaret J. Fehrenbach, R.D.H., M.S., Dent Hy ’77, will publish the fourth edition of her textbook, Illustrated Dental Embryology, Histology and Anatomy, in 2016.
Michael O’Neil, Arts ’83, of the Chicago and Indianapolis offices of Taft Stettinius & Hollister was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Erika Baurecht, Law ’96, works in the real estate practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
Stephanie (Maier) Hawks, Arts ’08, is regional supervisor for Youth Villages Indiana, which serves Indianapolis-area children and families.
Anthony Mayer, Bus Ad ’58, was selected by Marquis Who’s Who to be in Who’s Who in America 2015, which chronicles American achievement.
Thomas Davis , Bus Ad ’79, Law 82, of Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC in Las Vegas was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Jeffrey Westhoff, Jour ’87, sold his first novel, The Boy Who Knew Too Much, to Intrigue Publishing, and it will be published in summer 2015. The young adult spy adventure chronicles the story of a suburban Milwaukee teenage boy who is drawn into international intrigue while on a summer trip to Europe.
Elizabeth (Haynes) Poronsky, Arts ’99, studied diverse terrestrial, coastal and coral reef communities in Belize. She is a self-employed naturalist, photographer, writer and consultant in Tipp City, Ohio.
Clint Vogus, Eng ’67, Grad 72, published A Current View of Higher Education, which addresses student loan debt, college and major choices, and online education and alternatives. He is a management instructor in Arkansas State University’s College of Business.
Timothy Schally, H Sci ’81, of Milwaukee’s Michael Best & Friedrich LLP authored the tax management portfolio book Tax Consequences of Contingent Payment Transactions. The book focuses on the transfer of a business for consideration dependent on its future performance while addressing tax subjects in mergers and acquisitions.
W. Nicholas Abraham, M. Div. Ph.D., Arts ’93, wrote I’m Limping Very Well, Thank You. He is a life coach, licensed practical counselor, motivational speaker and recording artist in Baton Rouge, La.
Brianna Colton, Comm ’05, received a master’s degree in counseling psychology and art therapy from Chicago’s Adler School of Professional Psychology.
Susan Jans-Thomas, Arts ’77, Grad ’92, was awarded tenure and promoted to full professor at the University of West Florida in Pensacola, where she is director of the doctoral program in diversity studies. She is also director of the university’s Civil Rights Research Lab, which sponsors research studies and trips in the South.
Dave Ross, Sp ’83, is president of the Wellness Network in Pewaukee, Wis. He has worked in video-based health care education for 25 years.
Kerry Dunne, Arts ’96, received her Ed.D. from Boston College in 2012. She has been a public school history teacher and department head in Massachusetts since 1997 and is director of history and social studies for Boston Public Schools.
Paul Coogan, Arts ’09, is an associate at the Chicago office of Segal McCambridge Singer and Mahoney Ltd., where he focuses his practice on toxic tort, product liability and general litigation matters. Previously he was a judicial extern for Judge Harry Leinenweber and Judge James Holderman in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District […]
William Mulligan, Arts ’58, Law 60, was named a 2014 top attorney by Wisconsin Super Lawyers.
Mary O’Toole , Eng ’79, is vice president of the power delivery division at Primera, based in Lisle, Ill. She also is immediate past president of the Marquette University Alumni Association National Board.
Jeff Bjorn, Arts ’88, and Erin Fitzpatrick-Bjorn, Arts ’88, celebrated their 25th anniver-sary by renewing their vows twice: with friends in Portland, Ore., and with family in the Bahamas. He is a high school teacher and she is a school librarian in Portland. Their 25 years of travel experiences fuel their blog, “A Week or […]
Tommy Jostad, Bus Ad ’00, is chief financial officer of Milwaukee’s Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center.
John Nowak, Arts ’68, is Raymond and Mary Simon Chair in Constitutional Law Emeritus at Loyola University Chicago. During the fall, he was in residence at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he revised the two books he co-authored for West Academic and the annual supplements to the Treatise on Constitutional Law and […]
Daniel Ammerman, Bus Ad ’82, was promoted to major general and named commanding general of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command at Fort Bragg, N.C.
Kristin (KJ) (Hardy) Jackson, Arts ’93, is director of development at Chicago’s Communities in Schools, which helps low-income students receive the services they need to graduate.
William Heard, Bus Ad ’05, CEO of Heard Capital LLC, was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business.
Joseph Jeney, Grad ’77, is a licensed psychologist in private practice near Michigan State University, where he received his doctorate in counseling psychology. He specializes in helping students adjust to university life and individuals dealing with clinical depression and anxiety disorders.
Theodore (Ted) Ruzicka, Sp ’84, was appointed president-elect of the St. Louis Association of Health Underwriters Board of Directors.
Nicole Giancaterino, Nurs ’96, is a clinical nurse specialist and assistant professor. She received her D.N.P. from Rush University in May 2014.
Capt. Joseph Hanson, Arts ’09, received Marquette’s 2014 NROTC Young Alumnus of the Year award for outstanding service.
Donald M. Hall, Bus Ad ’59, published Generation of Wealth, the rise of Control Data and how it inspired an era of innovation and investment in the Upper Midwest in March 2014 with Nodin Press.
Mary Wagner, Jour ’79, Law 99, Published When the Shoe Fits … Essays of Love, Life and Second Chances. She’s a prosecuting attorney in Milwaukee.
Gregory W. Lyons, Law ’88, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Patrick M. Bergin, Law ’01, Eng 03, was named among Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Wisconsin Rising Stars.
Bruce Klem, Bus Ad ’70, Grad 74, retired from the U.S. Army and his civilian career in materials management from the Associated Bag Co. He also worked for Miller Brewing, Kimberly Clark, Wisconsin Electric and InSinkErator.
Regina Dixon-Reeves, Jour ’82, was promoted to executive director of the office of diversity and inclusion at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine and Division of Biological Sciences.
Caroline Plater, Arts ’93, is a partner at the Chicago office of Reed Smith LLP. She is in the U.S. commercial litigation practice group, where she focuses on complex commercial litigation and product liability litigation involving warranty, negligence, strict liability claims, unfair competition, trade secret and contract claims.
Kathleen McDaniel, Arts ’05, was appointed city attorney by the Manitowoc (Wis.) Common Council. Previously, she was assistant city attorney. She also was named Manitowoc County Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional of the Year.
Jane Lewis, Dent Hy ’77, released Forensic Document Examination Fundamentals and Current Trends, published by Elsevier, which is a reference on the scientific methods and standards that evolved during the past decade and describes anticipated developments in analyzing questioned documents.
Eugene Killeen, Arts ’85, of Tucker Ellis in Columbus, Ohio, was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Byron Keelin, Comm ’96, is senior director at the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association in St. Louis.
Murtiyati Sutanto, Bus Ad ’11, is a senior accountant at Milwaukee’s RitzHolman LLP.
Dennis Byrne, Jour ’63, adapted his award-winning historical novel, Madness: The War of 1812, for young adult readers. It promotes early and ongoing adolescent literacy development for K–12 children.
Randall Garczynski, Law ’80, published Let It Demonstrate. Bowie Knife Potter: Godfather of the Phantoms, a book about John Fox Potter, a Wisconsin lawyer who in 1856 became the first Republican congressman from the old first Congressional District.
Jeanne Cors, Arts ’89, of the Cincinnati office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Melissa (Cihla) Meyer, Comm ’01, is senior associate director for enrollment communication at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
David Brummond, Arts ’72, is counsel in insurance and reinsurance at DLA Piper’s Washington, D.C., office. He provides strategic advice about international trade and economic sanction issues involving the insurance industry, as well as counsel and advocacy for insurance regulatory issues at state, federal and international forums
John F. Hager, Law ’82, a partner at Hager, Dewick & Zuengler S.C. in Green Bay, Wis., was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Peter J. Faust, Law ’94, Law ’94, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Michael Norton, Bus Ad ’05, is vice president of business development at Houlihan Capital, a boutique investment bank.
James Braza, Bus Ad ’78, was named a 2014 top attorney by Wisconsin Super Lawyers.
Kathy Nusslock, Law ’85, was named a 2014 top attorney by Wisconsin Super Lawyers.
Seth E. Dizard, Law ’97, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Daniel Jashinsky, Arts ’12, finished his first Ironman triathlon in 11:44.
Dennis Herrick, Jour ’64, had his mystery book, A Brother’s Cold Case, published in 2014. The story is set in the American Southwest.
Jack A. Enea, Law ’89, is co-leader of the trusts and estates team at Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C., where he focuses his practice on business and tax law, estate planning, estate administration, and real estate transactions and development. He is also a licensed certified public accountant and was a tax attorney at Arthur Andersen and […]
Jim Stamatakos, Comm ’01, is director of college advising at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School in Wauwatosa, Wis.
Jean M. Ansay, Bus Ad ’74, Law 77, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Su (Sanfelippo) Lambert, Bus Ad ’82, is human resources manager at Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union, a $350 million institution in Kailua-Kona. She also is an adviser to the employee council and the wellness, community service and social committees.
Jennifer Lay-Riske, Comm ’94, won a regional Emmy Award for outstanding achievement for news programming–evening newscast (large market). She produces the 10 p.m. news for WMAQ, Chicago’s NBC affiliate
Michael Penaflor, Arts ’05, is international business development manager for MOM Brands Co. in Minneapolis.
James G. DeJong, Law ’78, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Richard Soseman, Arts ’85, Grad 87, wrote Reflections from Rome: Practical Thoughts on Faith and Family, which was published by Roman Catholic Books. He is in his seventh year at the Vatican’s Congregation for the Clergy.
Kelly (Milligan) Kauffman, Arts ’97, is vice president of human resources for the Milwaukee Bucks.
Lara Johann-Reichart, Arts ’13, is teaching English and gender equality in Togo, West Africa, as a member of the Peace Corps.
Thomas Sifferman, Eng ’64, received distinguished membership from the Society of Petroleum Engineers, of which he has been a member for more than 40 years, including serving as chair.
Salvatore Bellomo, Arts ’81, retired after 29 years as a chief assistant prosecutor from the Passaic County (N.J.) Prosecutor’s Office. He also was director of the countywide narcotics task force for almost 14 years.
Sybril Bennett, Comm ’90, is a professor of journalism at Belmont University in Nashville. Her second book, Innovate: Lessons from the Underground Railroad, was published. She was also selected as one of 8,000 Google Glass Explorers testing the wearable computer in the beta stage.
Vice Adm. Gerald Beaman, Bus Ad ’74, was honored with Marquette’s 2014 NROTC Alumnus of the Year award for outstanding service.
Matthew McClean, Law ’02, was named a 2014 top attorney by Wisconsin Super Lawyers. He is chair of the Davis & Kuelthau S.C. litigation team.
Kim Lamberty, Arts ’82, had her dissertation from the Catholic Theological Union, Eyes from the Outside: Christian Mission in Zones of Violent Conflict, accepted by the American Society of Missiology as part of its monograph series. She also co-founded and is president of Just Haiti, a fair-trade coffee development organization.
Jeff Maillet, Jour ’94, is deputy sports editor at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Allen Burbey, Bus Ad ’06, is senior auditor in the Madison, Wis., field office of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General
Gregory Kot, Jour ’78, critically acclaimed biographer, Chicago Tribune music critic and co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show Sound Opinions, wrote I’ll Take You There; Mavis Staples, the Staple Singers, and the March Up Freedom’s Highway.
Troy Bankord, Jour ’86, appeared on Sweden’s top reality show, Allt For Sverige.
Staci Young, Ph.D., Arts ’97, was promoted to associate professor in the department of family and community medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Institute for Health and Safety in Milwaukee.
Katie Miller, Arts ’13, is a deputy data director for Battleground Texas. She previously worked in Fort Worth on Wendy Davis’ gubernatorial campaign. Specializing in digital data, she has developed and deployed data tools and analysis as the organization works to reshape the political landscape in Texas.
Collins Fitzpatrick, Arts ’66, gave the 27th Thomas E. Fairchild Lecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Law School in April 2014. He also joined Robert Maher, Arts ’66, for the Annapolis to Bermuda sailboat race in June.
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 […]
William M. Bohn, Arts ’90, Law 96, is executive vice president and head of private client and institutional services for Associated Banc-Corp. Previously, he was president and chief executive officer of Associated Financial Group, the company’s insurance and employee benefits business. In his new role, he retains his AFG leadership responsibilities.
Rachel Leimbach, Eng ’03, Grad 05, is a navigator in the New York National Guard and travels annually to McMurdo Station at the South Pole.
Bill Cook, Bus Ad ’74, retired in 2014 after working in marketing and sales for 38 years at Ford Motor Co. He and his wife, Mary Lynn (Clark) Cook, Jour ’74, live in Rochester Hills, Mich.
Lois Ann Sorensen , Eng ’82, was consecrated a deacon in the Florida–Bahamas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in July 2014.
Patrick G. McBride, Law ’95, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Jenna Clevers, Arts ’07, Law 10, was named among Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Wisconsin Rising Stars.
Arthur Grochowski, Eng ’50, and his wife Marsha are celebrating their 60th anniversary. He retired in 1989 as chief engineer of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport
Maryann (Lazarski) Majewski, Jour ’78, Grad 82, received the Silver Circle Award from the Chicago Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for her more than 25 years of contributions to the industry. She produces and directs series and documentaries for Milwaukee Public Television.
Steven Ebben, Eng ’86, is president of Forgotten Harvest, a Detroit food rescue organization. He also is participating in the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit program.
Dillon Ambrose, Arts ’98, Law 02, is a shareholder at Milwaukee’s Davis & Kuelthau S.C. Previously, he was a U.S. Navy JAG officer for eight years and handled several trial-level court martials and represented more than 70 convicted sailors and Marines in appeals before the U.S. Supreme Court and other courts.
Liz Venatta, Grad ’14, is one of 33 fellows in Challenge Detroit, a yearlong program focused on attracting and retaining talent in Detroit to spur revitalization.
Jerome Klinkowitz, Arts ’66, Grad 67, authored Frank Lloyd Wright and His Manner of Thought. The book examines Wright’s books, essays and lectures and shows how he emerged from the 19th century to anticipate the 21st.
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.
Meghan Kennedy, Arts ’90, received a certificate of recognition from California State Assemblyman Curt Hagman for her service on behalf of Californians living with epilepsy. She was in the audience at the California State Assembly for the reading of ACR–113, a state resolution recognizing Purple Day, an international day of awareness for the condition.
Ryan Ruzziconi, Law ’03, is general counsel for Diplomat Pharmacy, one of the nation’s largest specialty pharmacies.
Philip Gloudemans, Arts ’74, completed his four-year term as board president of the Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA in Marblehead, Mass., one of the largest nonprofit organizations on Boston’s north shore. A board member since 2000, he also served on the capital campaign that helped build the 90,000-square-foot, $15 million facility that opened in 2009. He and […]
Romona Wenger, Nurs ’82, was promoted to vice president of customer programs at the McKesson Corp.
Susan Minahan, Law ’95, works in the corporate and finance practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
Robert Jensen, H Sci ’07, after a trip last summer to Kenya, started a charity on Facebook called Helping the Athembo Clan, which provides educational funding for people he met there.
Jack Berg, Bus Ad ’51, retired after 63 years. He and his wife Carole founded the Service Filtration Corp., which they passed on to their four children.
Mark Stanley, Bus Ad ’78, joined the real estate group at the Harrisburg, Penn., law firm McNees Wallace and Nurick LLC. He focuses on zoning, land use and land development matters.
Steven J. Slawinski, Law ’86, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Colleen Boraca, Arts ’99, is an assistant professor at the Northern Illinois University College of Law. She directs the school’s new health advocacy clinic in Aurora, Ill.
Rev. Thomas Unz, Arts ’66, retired as pastor at Divine Providence Parish in Westchester, Ill., and is a senior priest at St. Giles Parish in Oak Park, Ill.
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.
David Koziol, Arts ’90, is vice president of marketing operations at Milwaukee’s Gravity Marketing LLC. He helps optimize the firm’s internal marketing operations, management and strategic planning for overall company growth, and talent development.
Heather Susnik, Comm ’03, is sales executive at Halley Consulting Group (northeast), which specializes in strategy and performance improvement for physician networks.
John G. Gehringer, Arts ’75, Law 78, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
Philip Wenzel, Sp ’82, and Rowena (Silva) Wenzel, Jour ’81, celebrated their 30th anniversary on September 1. They were married at Church of the Gesu and have lived in the Denver area since 1985. They have two children: Andrew, 21, and Adam, 18.
Piet Van Lier, Jour ’95, is director of school quality, policy and communications for the Cleveland Transformation Alliance, which works to ensure that the city’s children can attend quality schools.
Matthew Powell, Grad ’07, wrote Interpreting Abraham: Journeys to Moriah, published by Fortress Press.
James Spitz, Sp ’54, founded and directed the Family Stay Program, which places French high school students with Midwest families. The program’s goal includes improving students’ English language skills and creating lifelong friendships.
Kevin Weber , Arts ’78, Dent 84, retired from the U.S. Navy after 20 years of active duty. He and his wife Carol retired to Hawaii.
Melchor (Chip) Mallare, Eng ’87, is vice president and senior program director for the bridge and tunnel division of the San Francisco office of Parsons Corp. He has more than 20 years of experience in engineering design management and program management, including an extensive background in bridge design, retrofitting and widening.
Katherine Madelle, Eng ’99, is a business development manager for Northrop Grumman and serves on the National Guard Association of the U.S. Corporate Advisory Panel.
Thomas A. Merkle, Arts ’67, Law 72, of Milwaukee’s O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was included in The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
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.
Mark Karau, Arts ’91, Grad 93, earned tenure in the University of Wisconsin–Sheboygan’s Department of History.
Thomas Krumenacher, Law ’04, was elected president of the Milwaukee School of Engineering Alumni Association. He was on the association’s board of directors for the past eight years and was Wisconsin-area director.