Abigail (Koker) Puglisi, H Sci ’10, graduated from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and is a family medicine resident in the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine–Baraboo Rural Training Track.
Jeff Blahnik, Arts ’00, Law ’03, is director of admissions at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
Chris Curry, Jour ’84, was promoted to print/digital weekly edition editor of the Kansas City (Mo.) Business Journal.
Capt. Robert J. Decesari, USN (Ret.), P.E., Eng ’71, and his wife Susan celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in May 2014. He is a retired Navy captain, and she is a clinical laboratory scientist. They live in San Diego.
Rebecca Mitich, Law ’09, received the Aspire Emerging Leader Award from Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women. The award honors a woman in commercial real estate who in five or fewer years has demonstrated she will be an industry leader. She is a member of the commercial real estate, commercial finance, and condominium and HOA law […]
Megan Kamerick, Jour ’95, is producer of New Mexico in Focus, a weekly public affairs program on New Mexico PBS/KNME in Albuquerque, N.M. Her TED talk on women in the media was named a Top 10 TED Talk for Women by celebritycafe.com.
Joel Stoller, Arts ’80, of Menomonee Falls, Wis., is a Boeing MD-83 captain for the charter airline Falcon Air, which has bases in Miami and Phoenix. Previously, he flew for Midwest Airlines in Milwaukee and Ever-green International in New York.
Charles Radloff, Bus Ad ’56, and his wife Ede received an award from Patriarch Fouad Twal, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, for volunteer services with the church in the Holy Land. The award was presented by the Most Rev. Cirilo Flores, the bishop of San Diego, in March 2014.
Brian Blaney, Bus Ad ’06, is a financial services manager at the Bode Financial Group Ltd.