Theodore Ruzicka, Sp ’84 moderated the Missouri Catholic Conference 2016 Annual Assembly in October 2016.
Edward Manning, Arts ’84 Mark Mitchell, Eng ’87, and Jeff Springman, Eng ’83, are retired U.S. Army colonels whose children are enrolled in Marquette’s Army ROTC program.
Monica (Ford) Eppinger, Arts ’84 was named director of the Free Public Library of Woodbridge, N.J. Previously she was assistant director of the Elizabeth, N.J., Library. In this position she will manage a main- and three-branch system, which is one of the largest library systems in the state. She and her husband Ray, Arts ’84, […]
Michael Bartley, Sp ’84 was promoted to executive vice president of Steeltown Entertainment Project in Pittsburgh.
Ted Ruzicka, Sp ’84 was chosen by St. Louis Small Business Monthly as one of the Top 100 People to Know in St. Louis.
Mary (Pischke) Meston, Arts ’84 signed a publishing agreement to co-author a book with Jack Canfield. She will team up with several leading experts from various industries to release the new book, The Road to Success: Today’s Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Reveal Their Step-By-Step Systems To Help You Achieve The Health, Wealth and Lifestyle You […]
David Kucera, Bus Ad ’84 was named head of Financial Institutions Group, which provides financing, securitization, investment banking and other services to financial institutions throughout North America. The group works with non-bank financial institutions, including specialty finance companies, alternative asset managers and FIG-oriented private equity firms.
Mark Cote, Bus Ad ’84 was named senior vice president investments, branch manager at Morgan Stanley in Worcester, Mass. He runs the branch office and advises high net-worth individuals with his team in the CMB Group.
Ted Chapin, Grad ’83, Grad ’84, is celebrating 25 years as a psychologist in private practice and co-authored, with his wife Dr. Lori Russel-Chapin, Neurotherapy and Neurofeedback: Brain-based Treatment for Psychological and Behavioral Problems (Routledge Publishing).
Jill C. Hammerlund Hanses, Arts ’84