Steve Olson, Sp ’78 was elected to a second three-year term as mayor of the city of Franklin, Wis. He also is an account manager for Canon USA’s professional engineering division, managing the Midwest dealer’s channel for cinema and professional video cameras. He and his siblings have endowed a number of awards and scholarships in […]
Mark Darnieder, Law ’78 and Julie Darnieder, Law ’78: received the Friends of the Hispanic Community Award at the United Community Center’s anniversary celebration in Milwaukee.
Randy Nelson, Law ’77 of von Briesen & Roper S.C., was certified by the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils as an accredited estate planner designee.
Randy Nelson, Law ’77 was appointed to the business planning committee of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel for 2017–18. The committee focuses on planning techniques for owners of closely held businesses.
Robert Gegios, Arts ’77 was named a 2017 Leader in the Law by the Wisconsin Law Journal. He chairs the litigation department of Kohner, Mann & Kailas S.C. in Milwaukee.
John Decker, Law ’77 was elected president of the Wisconsin Council for Local History and member of the Wisconsin Historical Society Board of Curators.
James Karpowicz, Bus Ad ’75 is an honoree with the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Mary (Voytek) Kobelt, Grad ’71 retired from her careers in real estate, religious education, special education and online schooling. She and her husband, Ken, live in a log home in Ashtabula County in Ohio’s wine country, home to covered bridges, the Grand Scenic State River and a wonderful rails to trails network. They will continue […]
Michael Neville, Jour ’70 had his play Lamps for My Family produced at In Tandem Theatre in Milwaukee from February to March 2016, and his play Dracula vs. the Nazis produced there in October 2016. Both plays played to capacity houses.
Thomas Fehring, Eng ’70, Grad ‘1975 released the book The Magnificent Machines of Milwaukee. The book shares more than 100 engineering accomplishments, summarizes stories of more than 70 early Milwaukee companies, including biographies of engineering innovators and their achievements. The book is illustrated with photographs and drawings that help tell the story of industrial Milwaukee.