Mary Elise Antoine, Arts ’70 received the Wisconsin Historical Society Book Award of Merit for War of 1812 in Wisconsin: The Battle for Prairie du Chien.
Donna Stollenwerk Setterholm, Nurs ’69 worked as a critical care nurse for decades and served in the U.S. Air Force. She also was a manager, college educator, and research and travel nurse. She wrote articles on current issues, including “Purpose of Informal Patient Rounding,” “The Affordable Care Act: An Explanation, Manager vs. Foreman,” and more.
Joel Kriofske, Jour ’69 read and recorded his book, And Good Night to All the Beautiful Young Women for the Audio and Braille Literacy Enhancement program, which offers audio books to the visually impaired. The organization’s recordings are available throughout the United States and Canada.
Bill Starr, Bus Ad ’68 opened his professional tree stump removal company “Stumped?” in the northwest Chicago suburbs.
Robert Neuman, Grad ’68, Grad ‘1973 published College Smart, a three-book series for students, parents and educators aimed at helping kids prepare for college, graduate on time and save money. He works with high schools around the country to provide “College Smart” course curriculum.
Joseph Finnigan, Jour ’66 published his first book, Feisty: Chronicles and Confessions of an Old PR Warhorse.
Dennis Laack, Eng ’61 was named Senior of the Year by the Camarillo California Chamber of Commerce based on his support of the citizens advisory committee at the Ventura Youth Correctional Facility. He is president of the organization that provides tutoring and scholarships to promising youth. This award also recognized his support of the local […]
Ralph Windler, Bus Ad ’50 is a WWII veteran, Rifleman, 29th Infantry Division in Europe. He received the following awards: Combat Infantry Badge, three Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star, the French Legion of Honor and six lesser medals. He married Sally Luettgen in 1950 and has five sons, 11 grandchildren and one great grandson.
Tom Rohan, Jour ’45 celebrated his 95th birthday in Cleveland with family and friends. He is retired associate editor of Industry Week magazine and has been married 55 years to the former Agnes Glendinning. They have four children and five grandchildren. He is former chairman of the Marquette University San Francisco and Cleveland alumni chapters […]