Terry Kelly, Arts ’78 ran for re-election as township assessor in Palatine, Ill.
Joanne E. York, PT ’78
Martha A. Matesich, Sp ’78
Katherine I. Hearn, Nurs ’78
John Zautcke, Eng ’78 retired after 26 years as an emergency physician at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Kevin Mooney, Sp ’78 published a two volume poetry series, The Wandering Crane with Leprechaun Inc. publishers. He was invited to install “Field of Poetry,” a multidimensional art installation at the largest art festival in the country, ArtPrize in Grad Rapids, Mich.
Mary Meier Hills, Bus Ad ’78 and Edward Lundquist, Jour ‘76, were recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators as IABC Fellows at the IABC World Conference in New Orleans in June. Both held various leadership positions at the chapter and national level and are accredited business communicators. They chaired IABC’s International Accreditation Council. […]
Beth (Ermatinger) Hanan, Arts ’78 was appointed U.S. bankruptcy judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin in May 2015.
Greg Kot, Jour ’78, co-authored the second edition of the Survival Guide for Coaching Youth Basketball. He is the Chicago Tribune’s music critic and co-hosts the nationally syndicated rock ’n’ roll talk show Sound Opinions on public radio.
Patrick Cronin, Jour ’78, Grad ’87, founded Anam Consulting LLC, a global business consulting firm based in Milwaukee. He has more than 25 years of experience in international business, specializing in the BRIC markets, and has traveled to more than 45 countries.