Mary A. Wolfe, Law ’87,
Edward R. Neudauer, Grad ’68, Grad 87,
William F. Prospero, Bus Ad ’87,
Dave Hudec, Nurs ’80, Law 87, opened the Dave Hudec Law Office LLC, a full-time social security disability law practice in East Troy, Wis.
Philip Miller, Law ’87, works in the corporate and finance practice group of Milwaukee’s Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
Jeffrey Westhoff, Jour ’87, sold his first novel, The Boy Who Knew Too Much, to Intrigue Publishing, and it will be published in summer 2015. The young adult spy adventure chronicles the story of a suburban Milwaukee teenage boy who is drawn into international intrigue while on a summer trip to Europe.
Richard Soseman, Arts ’85, Grad 87, wrote Reflections from Rome: Practical Thoughts on Faith and Family, which was published by Roman Catholic Books. He is in his seventh year at the Vatican’s Congregation for the Clergy.
Melchor (Chip) Mallare, Eng ’87, is vice president and senior program director for the bridge and tunnel division of the San Francisco office of Parsons Corp. He has more than 20 years of experience in engineering design management and program management, including an extensive background in bridge design, retrofitting and widening.
Rev. Michael Bayard, S.J., Arts ’87, is provincial assistant for parish ministry for the California Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus in Portland, Ore.
James A. Hanson, Bus Ad ’87