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.
Lois Ann Sorensen , Eng ’82, was consecrated a deacon in the Florida–Bahamas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in July 2014.
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.
Romona Wenger, Nurs ’82, was promoted to vice president of customer programs at the McKesson Corp.
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.
Joseph J. Patchen, Arts ’82, was reappointed to serve as a Connecticut judicial magistrate through June 30, 2017. He presides over small claims and housing matters, as well as motor vehicle and infraction cases.
Jay Rothman, Arts ’82, of Whitefish Bay, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Luann Revenew, Jour ’82, launched Revenew Inc., a branding and communication firm in Denver that focuses on the health care, finance, housing and hospitality industries.
Jeffrey C. Archer, Dent ’82, Grad ’85
Thomas L. Neton, Jour ’82