Lawrence Kloiber, Eng ’59 delivered the keynote address, “The Evolution of Steel Construction and the Role of the Syntheses of Research 1963 to 2016” at the International Steel Connections Conference in Boston in May. He presented to university researchers from more than 20 countries.
Michael Kirby, Bus Ad ’59 is the grand knight of St. Michael the Archangel Star Council in Siesta Key, Sarasota, Fla.
David Walther, Arts ’58, Law ‘1961 hired Tamara Johnson, Comm ’14, as a summer law clerk in his office in Santa Fe, N.M.
Ron Scholzen, Bus Ad ’58, Grad ‘1961 retired after 20 years of practice as a psychotherapist and is caring for honeybees in Washington state. He also volunteers as master gardener.
William Drew, Arts ’58, Law ‘1966 was honored by the Milwaukee County Board for 30 years of service to the residents of the city and county of Milwaukee, Wis.
Roger Mohr, Sp ’53 and Pauline Mohr, Arts ’55: received the Lawrence R. Temple Distinguished Public Service Award, which recognizes a living volunteer in community organizations or local government for distinguished public service. They are the first married couple to receive the award.
Richard “Dick” Wenzel, Sp ’52, Grad ‘1958 appears in the documentary I Am Chris Farley. Farley’s family considers Dick the reason why Chris went on to love being in front of an audience and why he followed Dick’s lead and came to Marquette.
Jack Berg, Bus Ad ’51 was inducted into the Electroplating Industry 2016 Hall of Fame for his advancements in filtration, purification, agitation and pumping, specifically attributed to the electronics industry.
Francis Jennik, Arts ’49 attended the WWII Honor Flight festivities in Washington, D.C., in April.