Anne McDevitt, Arts ’82, was elected president of St. Gregory the Great Parish Christian Women Organization in Milwaukee, where she will serve a two-year term. She has been an officer and board member with the organization since 2014. She earned a master’s degree in human resources management and health services administration with distinction from Keller […]
Helen Mitternight Mitternight, Jour ’81, launched a weekly 30-minute podcast, “Keep It Juicy!” — aimed at over 50-year-olds and features experts on health, finance, relationships. Available on iTunes.
Kay Nord Hunt, Law ’81, was selected as Best Lawyers 2018 Minneapolis “Lawyer of the Year” for her appellate practice. Prior to her time at Marquette, Kay studied at Gustavus Adolphus College. Kay is a member of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers and is in the list of Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers. She […]
Kevin Kluesner, Jour ’80, Bus Ad ’94, was named chief administrative officer at Ascension St. Joseph Hospital in Milwaukee.
Thomas Schwendler, Jour ’80, retired in May 2017 after nearly thirty-three years with General Electric in employee communications. He completed an intensive one-year program with All Faiths Seminary International and was ordained an interfaith minister in New York in June 2017.
Greg Donaldson, Sp ’80, joined the American Heart Association as senior vice president of corporate communications at the organization’s international headquarters in Dallas.
Mary Schatz Hoffman, Dent Hy ’79, is instructor and co-program director in Dental Hygiene at Madison Area Technical College, and was named the American Dental Hygienists Association’s 2017 Educator of the Year. The award recognizes, honors and rewards a full-time dental hygiene faculty member who contributes to and is dedicated to providing high-quality education to […]
James Sartori, Bus Ad ’77, is CEO of Sartori Company which received the Reserve Supreme Champion Overseas Award and distinction for Best Cheese with Health Benefits for its Reserve SarVecchio Parmesan at the International Cheese Awards and the American Cheese Society (ACS) Competition.
John Wasowicz , Grad ’76 published his first novel, Daingerfield Island, a legal thriller. He and his wife, Robin Herron, Arts ’76, reside in Mt. Vernon, Va.
Kevin Lawrence, PT ’76, was promoted to full professor at Tennessee State University in the Department of Physical Therapy and was awarded tenure.