John W. Schoonenberg, Bus Ad ’36,
Michael Carson, Bus Ad ’94, and Margaret Carson, twins Finbar “Finn” Raymond and Irene Virginia, April 4, 2014.
Genevieve Grdina, Comm ’09, spends her work time like many employees — on her Facebook page.
The most thrilling ride for Jenni Magee-Cook, Arts ’92, didn’t happen on a roller coaster.
Tammera Dykema, Bus Ad ’92, knows a great spot to pick up chicks.
Dr. Ransford Palmer, Arts ’61, Grad ’62, and Sally (Williams) Palmer, Arts ’61, celebrated their 50th anniversary in August.
Rev. Robert Terrence McCahill, M.M., was born in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1937; lived in Goshen, Ind., until 1957; and was “attracted to God in Seattle” in 1956. The last attribute certainly makes his résumé stand apart.
Robert Janess, Arts ’64, and Janet (Arch) Janess, Arts ’64, celebrated their 50th anniversary.
A.J. (Becker) Jorgenson, Comm ’07, is communications director for the Manufacturing Institute in Washington, D.C.
John K. Wilson, Arts ’92, was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Steve Olson, Sp ’78, was elected mayor of Franklin, Wis. He has been active in city affairs for more than 22 years and was a four-term alderman.
Murtiyati Sutanto, Bus Ad ’11, is a senior accountant at RitzHolman CPAs in Milwaukee.
Paul Swiatek, Comm ’02, and his brother Mike won the They Might Be Giants Am I Awake? music video contest, judged by comedian John Hodgman. The video was featured on several different news sites, including USA Today, Buzzfeed and the WGN Morning News.
Daniel Young, Bus Ad ’86, is a two-year board member of the Lommen Abdo Law Firm.
Chris Kaeberg, Arts ’73, retired after a career that included working as a computer programmer and analyst, running a photography and videography business, teaching math and computers, and helping schools with computer software.
Amanda Becker, H Sci ’10, graduated from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield and is a pediatric resident at the University of Wisconsin’s American Family Children’s Hospital.
Christine Wilke, Arts ’96, received a master of divinity from the Garrett–Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Ill., in May. She is pursuing ordination in the United Church of Christ.
Rhonda Kraai, Grad ’81, is an assistant professor of special education at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti.
Fran Gautieri Brown, Arts ’61, received a lifetime achievement award from the New York Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. She is former director of the social work departments of the Bellevue Hospital Center and New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center.
Tiffany Gregory-Barnes, Bus Ad ’07, is in the inaugural class of students at the University of North Texas Dallas College of Law.
Jill Backer, Arts ’92, was featured for her employer outreach work at the Brooklyn Law School in the March issue of The National Law Journal.
Eva (Augustin) Rumpf, Grad ’77, published her fourth book, In Liberty’s Name, a historical book inspired by her French ancestors who lived in Haiti during the slave insurrection.
Michael Strigenz, H Sci ’10, graduated from the University of Iowa Medical School and is a urology resident at the University of Iowa.
Sylvia (Konopka) Wrobel, Eng ’01, is senior director of marketing for Transcatheter Heart Valves at Edwards Lifesciences, a global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring.
Walter Skipper, Bus Ad ’85, of Elm Grove, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Jane Ipsen, Nurs ’73, is president/ CEO of the Carmel (Calif.) Valley Manor, a continuing care retirement community.
Michael Zemaitis, H Sci ’09, graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Michael Jaskolski , Eng ’89, of Pewaukee, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Christopher Owen, Arts ’10, is a Peace Corps member in Ecuador, serving as a natural resource conservation volunteer specializing in sustainable business for 15 indigenous Incan communities in the Andean highlands.
Matthew Journy, Arts ’99, was named Outstanding Nonprofit Lawyer of the Year in the young attorney category by the Nonprofit Organizations Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law. He is a senior associate in the nonprofit practice at the Washington, D.C., office of Venable LLP.
Brian Wenger, Arts ’83, is executive vice president and chief legal officer of Optum, a division of the Minnetonka, Minn.-based UnitedHealth Group. He leads division-wide legal efforts and participates in strategic initiatives at Optum and the enterprise level of the UnitedHealth Group.
Bruce Klem, Bus Ad ’70, Grad ’74, retired from his purchasing career at the Associated Bag Co. in Milwaukee. He also retired as a colonel from the U.S. Army after 30 years of service.
Jessica Lenaghan, H Sci ’09, received a doctor of medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a family medicine resident at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee.
James C. Villa, Arts ’94, is vice president for university relations at the University of Wisconsin system, developing, implementing and evaluating strategies that improve its relationships with elected state leaders.
Michael D. Flanagan, Arts ’80, of Brookfield, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
James (Jim) Strenski, Jour ’52, received the Paul L. Whiting, Sr., Service Award, which recognizes a leader in the Tampa Bay, Fla., community for a strong sense of mission and giving back. He was a communications and public information officer with the U.S. Navy and NATO during the Korean War. He also founded Public Communications […]
Robert M. Campobasso, Arts ’05, is an associate attorney focusing on toxic tort matters in the Chicago office of Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney Ltd. Previously, he was a public defender at the Kendall County Office of the Public Defender in Yorkville, Ill.
James Casey, Jr. , Grad ’89, is president-elect of the Non-resident Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin and pre-award manager in the Carnegie Mellon University Office of Sponsored Programs in Pittsburgh.
David Kern, Arts ’76, of Wauwatosa, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Bria Meyer, Arts ’10, graduated from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield and is a general surgery resident at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and its affiliated hospitals.
Brian Castner, Eng ’99, authored The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life that Follows.
Richard Poirier, Arts ’83, Law ’86, was promoted to president of the Church Mutual Insurance Corp. in Merrill, Wis. Previously, he was senior vice president and general manager of claims for the Liberty Mutual Agency Markets Corp.
John Nuhn, Jour ’69, retired after 43 years in the publishing industry, including 34 as photography director of the National Wildlife Magazine, a publication of the National Wildlife Federation in Reston, Va. The magazine won 37 national photography awards during his tenure. He remains involved in the industry, including with the North American Nature Photography […]
Kimberly Hanson, H Sci ’09, received her master of public health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health in Atlanta. She is a fellow with the Global Health Security Branch of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.
Richard Rytman, Law ’94, is director of global security for the Chrysler Group LLC in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Adelheid Fischer, ‘, Arts ’80, received the 2014 Ellen Meloy Desert Writers Award.
Robert Natrop, Eng ’52, and Louise (Smith) Natrop, Dent Hy ’54, celebrated their 60th anniversary in February 2014.
Caroline Krider, Grad ’94, is senior vice president and Milwaukee market leader for U.S. Bank’s national corporate banking. She was named a 2014 “Women of Influence” by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
Michael Anderson, Bu Ad ’79, president of Snow & Ice Pros Inc. in Hammond, Ind., and chair-man of the board of directors for the Milwaukee-based Snow and Ice Management Association.
Katelyn Baker, Comm ’12, is an art assistant at SELF Magazine in New York.
Colleen Duffy, Bus Ad ’03, received her M.B.A. at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Robert Bembenel, Jour ’88, works in ad sales at Milwaukee’s Catholic Herald.
Michael Placko, Comm ’10, and Kassie (Gomez) Placko, H Sci ’10, July 18, 2014 at St. Mary of Vernon in Indian Creek, Ill. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Liz Scott, H Sci ’10, PT ’12; Kathleen (Bennett) Orr, Arts ’10; Kaley Mullin, Arts ’10; Michelle Ruby, Arts ’09; Michael Rook, Bus Ad ’10; Michael Klenn, […]
Joseph Waldeck, Law ’74, is a partner at the Chicago-based family law firm Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP. He works in the Lake Forest, Ill., office.
Jennifer Beio, Comm ’07, and Clay Jones, Oct. 4, 2013 at City Hall in New York and Oct. 12, 2013 at the River Café in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is partner and executive strategy director at the consulting firm Undercurrent LLC, and she left her job as associate digital director at Ikon3 to teach yoga full […]
Graham Hill, H Sci ’10, graduated from Midwestern University’s Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and is an anesthesiology resident at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Andrew Schueller, Arts ’10, and Caitlin Ubert, Nurs ’10, May 24, 2014 at St. Charles Catholic Parish in Hartland, Wis. The reception was held at the Oconomowoc Lake Club. He is director of student and young adult ministries at St. Charles, and she is a nurse at Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinic […]
Peter P. Pedraza, Arts ’97, manages market strategy communication for Boeing Commercial Airplanes from Boeing Corporate Communications in Chicago.
Annamarie (Nelson) Vandrevala, Arts ’11, and Cyrus Vandrevala, July 20, 2013 at Saints Joseph and Paul Catholic Church in Owensboro, Ky. The couple lives in West Lafayette, Ind., where he is a graduate student at Purdue University and she is a chemistry teacher for the Lafayette School Corp. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Colleen Kearney, […]
Joseph J. Patchen, Arts ’82, was reappointed to serve as a Connecticut judicial magistrate through June 30, 2017. He presides over small claims and housing matters, as well as motor vehicle and infraction cases.
Nicholas Alonge, Bus Ad ’12, and Meagan O’Hara Alonge, Nurs ’11, Aug. 10, 2013 at Church of the Gesu in Milwaukee. He is an audit associate at Baker Tilly Virchow Kraus, and she is a registered nurse in a cardiac unit. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Joseph Parker, Bus Ad ’11; Patrick Garvin, Bus Ad […]
Barbara Sternig, Jour ’64, has been an entertainment journalist in Hollywood since 1970 and released her book On Chestnut Street … A 1940s Childhood in Words and Pictures with Front Row Publishing. The story is a memoir about her family’s years in Deerfield, Ill., and incorporates hundreds of her late father’s vintage photographs. Visit barbarasternig.com.
John Mueller, H Sci ’12, and Rachel (Russell) Mueller, Nurs ’13, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Kellnersville, Wis. He is a student at the Michigan College of Optometry, and she is a registered nurse in the NICU at the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Mich. ALUMNI IN ATTENDANCE Patrick Garvin, Bus Ad […]
Erica Blume, Arts ’08, is a trial attorney specializing in personal injury, medical malpractice and product liability cases at the Simon Law Firm, P.C., in St. Louis.
Danielle Grant, Arts ’95, and Bryce Miller, July 20, 2013 at St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church in St. Paul, Minn. The bride’s sister, Gabby Grant, Eng ’94, was her attendant. The couple lives in St. Louis Park, Minn.
Brian Suerth, Bus Ad ’93, was promoted to president of the Technology Assurance Group, an international organization of unified communication companies based in San Diego. He is a partner at Voice Smart Networks, a Southern California technology company.
Jeffrey Noe, Bus Ad ’03, Grad ’07, and Jacqueline Limberg, H Sci ’05, Feb. 25, 2012 at Grace Lutheran Church in Cambridge, Wis. He is a senior analyst with Exelon, and she is a research fellow at the Mayo Clinic. The couple lives in Rochester, Minn.
Daniel Tyson, Law ’78, was recertified as an MSBA board certified civil trial law specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. The designation is earned by leading attorneys who complete a rigorous approval process, including an examination in a specialty area, a peer review and documented experience.
Stephen Freier, Eng ’07, Grad ’09, and Jamie Vrba, Comm ’07, June 1, 2013 at Whitnall Park Lutheran Church in Hales Corners, Wis. The reception was held at the Miller Room in Milwaukee. Alumni in the Wedding Party Jennifer (Cole) Goltz, Arts ’07; Molly Gruszeczka, Arts ’07; Kyle Strozewski, Arts ’07; Ryan Goltz, H Sci […]
1st Lt. Eric Wilson, U.S. Army, Arts ’11, completed his tour in Afghanistan with Special Operations Task Force East and is working on his master’s degree.
Sherry D. Coley, Law ’03, is serving a two-year term as secretary of the State Bar of Wisconsin. She is a member of the litigation practice group in the Green Bay, Wis., office of Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. Her practice is dedicated to representing business/employer interests in employment and commercial disputes. She is also a […]
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.
Andrew Narrai, Grad ’03, received the American Advertising Federation’s Barton A. Cummings Gold Medal Award for his distinguished volunteer service to the industry.
Randall Satterfield, Arts ’88, is executive vice president of strategic planning and project development at American Transmission Co. in Wauwatosa, Wis. He oversees business development, strategic planning, regulatory policy and communication.
James H. Kaster, Arts ’76, Law ’79, was recertified as an MSBA board certified civil trial law specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association. The designation is earned by leading attorneys who complete a rigorous approval process, including an examination in a specialty area, a peer review and documented experience.
Molly Lepic, H Sci ’10, graduated from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine with a dual degree in osteopathy and anatomy and is an obstetrics and gynecology resident at Milwaukee’s Aurora–Sinai Hospital.
Colleen Boraca, Arts ’99, is a clinical assistant professor at the Northern Illinois University College of Law, where she supervises and teaches a health advocacy clinic course.
Jay Rothman, Arts ’82, of Whitefish Bay, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Leonard (Lenny) Ignelzi, Bus Ad ’69, was featured in a half-hour PBS show in San Diego about his time as a photographer for the Associated Press.
Stacy Klotka, Arts ’08, is program director of the Pinhead Institute, a Smithsonian affiliate, in Telluride, Colo.
Peter Parks, Arts ’94, chief operating officer of Provade in Milwaukee, was featured in the cover story of the April 14, 2014 edition of BizTimes Milwaukee.
Steven Laraway, Law ’79, was named to the 2014 Cambridge Premier Club by Cambridge Investment Research Inc. The honor recognizes a financial adviser’s level of client service and financial success and a commitment to the company’s core values.
Rev. Walter W. Mayer, Arts ’51, celebrated the 55th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood on May 30, 2014. He is in residence at St. Michael Parish in Livermore, Calif.
Michal Gawlik, Eng ’14, is a patent engineer at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP in Milwaukee.
Carleen Freesmeier, H Sci ’03, Grad ’05, is on the board of directors of Milwaukee’s Infinity HealthCare. She is a physician assistant in emergency medicine at SwedishAmerican Hospital in Rockford, Ill.
Rafael Mercado, Arts ’88, opened a new office, Castle Hills Family Dental, in San Antonio.
Len DeFranco, Bus Ad ’75, received the John Marshall Law School Freedom Award.
Laura Kolar, Arts ’10, started a nonprofit in Uganda, the NabulagaMore Project, which raises money to fund the Access Art and Gujja Ting African Art organizations.
Laurie E. Meyer, Law ’98, is a shareholder on the labor and employment team at the Milwaukee office of Davis & Kuelthau, S.C. She investigates and defends claims alleging discrimination, as well as harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, and denial of medical leave or disability accommodations.
Luann Revenew, Jour ’82, launched Revenew Inc., a branding and communication firm in Denver that focuses on the health care, finance, housing and hospitality industries.
Collins Fitzpatrick, Arts ’66, presented the 26th Thomas Fairchild Lecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Law School. The lecture was titled “Protecting the Fourth Amendment So We Do Not Sacrifice Freedom for Security.”.
Jocelyn Carmella Miller, Arts ’08, received her master of science from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a researcher in the college’s Human and Molecular Genetics Center.
Yasmin Chaudhury, Comm ’06, and Daniel Malik, Bus Ad ’08, Dec. 28, 2013 at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church in San Francisco. The couple lives in Chicago. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Noelle (Gilbreath) Knopic, Arts ’06; Maureen Ryan, Arts ’06; Anna Kees, Arts ’06, Law ’09; Emili Ballweg, Eng ’06; Matthew Hart, Arts […]
Paul Jackson, Arts ’74, received the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service from President Barack Obama in an Oval Office ceremony. He is retiring from federal service after 40 years, including 20 for three presidential administrations.
Sarah Bly, H Sci ’10, graduated from the Creighton University School of Medicine and is a pediatric resident at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Bradley C. Fulton, Law ’97, is president and managing partner of DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. in Madison, Wis., focusing on business operations and corporate responsibilities, and managing key capital resources such as staff and attorneys.
Patrick G. Quick, Bus Ad ’81, of Mequon, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Kelly Risser, Comm ’96, released her debut novel, Never Forgotten, in June with Clean Teen Publishing. Ten percent of the first month’s sales profits were donated to Susan G. Komen breast cancer awareness.
Kay Hunt, Law ’81, chair of the Lommen Abdo Law Firm’s appellate practice, was named a Minnesota Lawyer 2013 Attorney of the Year. Attorneys are chosen for their leadership, involvement in major cases or other newsworthy events, excellence in corporate or transactional services and public service. She also continues her two-year term as a board […]
Astrid (Richie) O’Brien, Grad ’59, authored A Mysticism of Kindness: The Biography of “Lucie Christine,” published by the University of Scranton Press. She and her husband celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family and friends, and she retired from Fordham University after 53 years of teaching philosophy.
Michael “Cy” Cajthaml, Comm ’07, started his own company, Cy Financial, in Overland Park, Kan.
Jeanne Van Lancker, Arts ’91, and Michael Slesar, Jour ’89, celebrated their 20th anniversary this year. They live in Fairfax, Va., with their son Daniel.
Jane Lewis, Dent Hy ’77, published Forensic Document Examination Fundamentals and Current Trends, a cutting-edge, comprehensive reference on scientific method-ology applied to questioned document problems. She was a forensic document analyst for the FBI, U.S. Secret Service and Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory and has a private practice in Milwaukee.
Freddy Shamoon, Bus Ad ’09, and Whitney (Taylor) Shamoon, Comm ’09, Feb. 22, 2014 at the Westin Los Angeles. Alumni in Attendance Nate Dombeck, H Sci ’09, Grad ’10; William Charles Griffith, Arts ’09; Nick Foltman, Bus Ad ’09; Jen Lindeke, Comm ’09; Erin Neary, Arts ’09; Megan O’Boyle, Arts ’09; Mike McGivern, Bus Ad […]
Zachary Rost, H Sci ’10, graduated from the University of Toledo College of Medicine and is a resident at the University of Toledo Medical Center. He plans to become an interventional radiologist.
Daniel Lazarz, Bus Ad ’01, is a broker in the professional services practice group of Swett & Crawford in Dallas.
Sarah Bly, H Sci ’10, and Randall Yale , June 7, 2014 at Calvary Church in Milwaukee. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Kelli Bly, Nurs ’14; Stephanie Spanheimer, Ed ’10; Bridget Knapp, Arts ’10; Brianna Platania, Nurs ’10; Kathleen Geary, Arts ’10; Rachel Evanoff, Comm ’10; Megan Raffaele, Comm ’10; Nick Ingraham, Arts ’10; and […]
Patricia Hintz, Bus Ad ’85, was named a 2014 Woman in the Law by the Wisconsin Law Journal. She is a member of the tax practice group of Milwaukee’s Quarles & Brady LLP and a certified public accountant in Wisconsin.
Tiffany Nichols, Arts ’06, Grad ’11, and Robert Nichols, April 10, 2014 at Cuvée in Milwaukee. She is a benefits and compensation manager, and he is a college football coach. The couple lives in Wisconsin. ALUMNAE IN THE WEDDING PARTY Joanna Brooks, Arts ’06, Grad ’10; and Jenell (Walton) Akouala, Arts ’06.
Carol Stryker, Arts ’72, and her husband Harry retired after 39 years of teaching in the Pater-son, N.J., public schools. They will rebuild their home and make new memories with family and friends on the Jersey Shore.
Megan (Kenny) Okon, Nurs ’10, and Aaron Okon , at St. Christina Church in Chicago. She is a registered nurse at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Ill., and he is a firefighter in Chicago. ALUMNA IN THE WEDDING PARTY Kristin Herdrich, Arts ’09. ALUMNI IN ATTENDANCE Nicole (Krubsack) Claas, Comm ’04; Theresa Voors, Nurs ’10; […]
Eric Robert Weh, Arts ’09, received a doctor of philosophy degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Rehana Absar, Arts ’07, and Alec Lothert, Bus Ad ’06, May 3, 2014 at the Grain Exchange in Milwaukee. ALUMNI IN THE WEDDING PARTY Carissa Roberts, Bus Ad ’07; Nick Matkovich, Comm ’06; and John Empfield, Arts ’07.
Dr. Lance Richey, Grad ’95, Grad ’04, is dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the Univer-sity of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind., where he lives with his wife Carol and their five children.
Robert Duffy, Arts ’81, Law ’84, of Milwaukee was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Warren G. Hahn, P.E., Eng ’59, was re-elected chair of the Florida Board of Professional Engineers.
Melissa Huerta, Grad ’06, is an assistant professor of Spanish and Latino studies at Denison University in Granville, Ohio.
Leslie (Biggins) Mollsen, Comm ’90, was ranked the country’s third most effective fundraising consultant by Michael Chapman, ambassador of giving and creator of #WhyiGive, one of Twitter’s most popular social media chats about philanthropy. She is the only woman in the top five on the 40-person list. She is owner and CEO of the American […]
Thomas J. Schellinger, Arts ’76, was re-elected to the Waukesha County Board and serves on the land use, and health and human services committees.
Kent Rosenwald, H Sci ’10, received a doctor of medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a pediatrics resident at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Matthew Huster, Bus Ad ’01, is a litigation attorney at Morgan & Morgan in Atlanta.
Thomas McElligott, Arts ’76, Law ’83, of Wauwatosa, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Eamonn O’Keeffe, Arts ’84, Grad ’03, is director of mission integration at Columbia St. Mary’s Health System in Milwaukee, responsible for workplace spirituality, engagement and model community, associate formation programs, holistic care, and leadership for the spiritual care and mission initiatives departments.
Chris Nemeth, Arts ’71, was named 2013 Engineer/Scientist of the Year by his company, Applied Research Associates, a national science and engineering consulting firm head-quartered in Albuquerque, N.M. He performs cognitive systems engineering work in high-risk sectors, including with the military, national security and health care. His fifth book, Becoming Resilient, is scheduled for release […]
Aaron Smith, Grad ’09, published A Theology of the Third Article: Karl Barth and the Spirit of the Word. The book is rewritten from the doctoral dissertation he completed under the direction of Marquette professor Rev. Philip Rossi, S.J.
Karen Prochniewski, Arts ’95, received the 2014 Institute for Court Management’s Vice President’s Award of Merit for Applied Research. It’s presented annually to a graduating student of ICM’s prestigious fellows program for most outstanding research project.
William Binder, Bus Ad ’81, Grad ’83, was elected to the board of the Family Defense Center, a nonprofit that advocates for justice for families in the child welfare system. He is chairman of Kaleidoscope Inc., a nonprofit that helps Chicago children recover from abuse and neglect.
Paul Salsini, Jour ’58, Grad ’85, published the fifth book in his award-winning series, A Piazza for Sant’Antonio: Five Novellas of 1980s Tuscany.
Carol Dufek, Prof St ’06, Grad ’09, was re-elected to the South Milwaukee School Board.
Eric Derbes, Law ’90, was elected 2014 president of the Jefferson Bar Association in Jefferson Parish, La. He is a member of the Derbes Law Firm LLC, a 10-attorney firm in Metairie, La. He and his wife Rebecca have five children.
John Rothstein, Arts ’76, Law ’79, of Thiensville, Wis., was recognized in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA.
Abigail (Koker) Puglisi, H Sci ’10, graduated from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and is a family medicine resident in the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine–Baraboo Rural Training Track.
Jeff Blahnik, Arts ’00, Law ’03, is director of admissions at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
Chris Curry, Jour ’84, was promoted to print/digital weekly edition editor of the Kansas City (Mo.) Business Journal.
Capt. Robert J. Decesari, USN (Ret.), P.E., Eng ’71, and his wife Susan celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in May 2014. He is a retired Navy captain, and she is a clinical laboratory scientist. They live in San Diego.
Rebecca Mitich, Law ’09, received the Aspire Emerging Leader Award from Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women. The award honors a woman in commercial real estate who in five or fewer years has demonstrated she will be an industry leader. She is a member of the commercial real estate, commercial finance, and condominium and HOA law […]
Megan Kamerick, Jour ’95, is producer of New Mexico in Focus, a weekly public affairs program on New Mexico PBS/KNME in Albuquerque, N.M. Her TED talk on women in the media was named a Top 10 TED Talk for Women by celebritycafe.com.
Joel Stoller, Arts ’80, of Menomonee Falls, Wis., is a Boeing MD-83 captain for the charter airline Falcon Air, which has bases in Miami and Phoenix. Previously, he flew for Midwest Airlines in Milwaukee and Ever-green International in New York.
Charles Radloff, Bus Ad ’56, and his wife Ede received an award from Patriarch Fouad Twal, the Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, for volunteer services with the church in the Holy Land. The award was presented by the Most Rev. Cirilo Flores, the bishop of San Diego, in March 2014.
Brian Blaney, Bus Ad ’06, is a financial services manager at the Bode Financial Group Ltd.
Maura (Benson) Strickler, Comm ’96, and Heinz Strickler, son Heinz Winston, April 9, 2014.
Brian Schreiber, Arts ’97, and Jennifer Schreiber , Arts ’01, son George Brian, Oct. 4, 2013. He joins brother Luke, 8, and sister Grace, 5.
Sandi (Swincicki) Pagenkopf, Nurs ’98, and Kelly Pagenkopf, son Lukas Gabriel, Feb. 4, 2014. He was 10 pounds, 9 ounces and 21 inches. He is their first child.
Megan (Schulte) DeBoer, Comm ’99, and Matt DeBoer, son Jack Duke, Sept. 26, 2013. He is their first child. The family lives in Plainfield, Ill.
Lorna Rose-Hahn, Arts ’99, and Nathan Hahn , son Sawyer Riggins, Feb. 5, 2013. The family lives in Wenatchee, Wash.
Catherine (Henke) Scholz, Arts ’03, and Eric Scholz, Arts ’03, son Samuel Callum, Nov. 19, 2013. He joins brother Benjamin, 3. The family lives in Racine, Wis.
Matt Crespin, H Sci ’02, and Laura Crespin, son Connor Ray, May 31, 2014. He enjoyed his first Marquette athletics BBQ in June.
Jim Peters, Arts ’02, H Sci ’10, and Meg Peters, son Samuel James, April 3, 2014. He joins brother Drew.
Claire (Schmidt) Dohmen, Nurs ’03, Grad ’10, and Gregg Dohmen, Bus Ad ’03, daughter Virginia Claire, April 17, 2014. She was 7 pounds, 7 ounces and 20.5 inches. She joins brothers Elliot and Ian.
Jeffrey Noe, Bus Ad ’03, Grad ’07, and Jacqueline Limberg, H Sci ’05, son Samuel Jeffrey, May 29, 2014 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. He was 8 pounds, 12 ounces and 22 inches.
Sara (Huhn) Stein, Nurs ’08, and Aaron , son Cole Henry, March 28, 2014. He was 6 pounds, 10.5 ounces and 19 inches. He joins sister Madeline Lucy, 2.
Emily (Essman) LaBadie, H Sci ’09, Dent ’13, and Adam LaBadie, son Oliver Henry, Nov. 15, 2013. He was 7 pounds, 2 ounces and 20.5 inches. He joins brother Eli, 2.
Dan Nicorata, Eng ’09, and Erin Nicorata, son Dominic James, May 15, 2014 in Orland Park, Ill. He was 8 pounds, 13 ounces and 22.5 inches.
Kelly (Lowery) Temeyer, Law ’10, and Doug Temeyer, Eng ’07, son Joseph Tucker, March 31, 2014. He was 8 pounds and 21 inches. The family lives in Wauwatosa, Wis.
Sarah (Quick) Olejniczak, Grad ’11, and Matt Olejniczak, son Walter Matthew, Feb. 9, 2014. He was 6 pounds, 10 ounces and 20 inches.
Harry E. Norton, Eng ’35
John W. Schoonenberg, Bus Ad ’36
Mary A. Klein, Dent Hy ’37
Dorothy G. Youngbeck, Jour ’39
Jeanne M. Almeroth, Jour ’40
Gladys B. Conley, Nurs ’40
Joseph E. Kupferberg, Arts ’40
Hilda M. Isermann, Arts ’40
Harriet B. Loughlin, Arts ’41
Ruth M. Rauenhorst, Arts ’41
Ambrose M. Sterr, Arts ’41, Dent ’42
Eugenia M. Van Ark, Med Tech ’41
Ralph J. Chmurski, Arts ’42, Law ’46
Marie E. Kuenzi, Nurs ’42
Eleanor E. McGaver, Nurs ’42
Lee J. Stieber, Eng ’43
Henry J. Wisniewski, Arts ’43, Grad ’48
Bernadette M. Steep, Arts ’44, Grad ’67
Robert L. Thorne, Bus Ad ’44
Ruth J. Hemmings, Dent Hy ’45
Joseph S. Karol, Arts ’45
Robert A. Keith, Dent ’45
Dorothy M. Porath, Arts ’45
Jack G. Anderson, Arts ’46, Med ’51
Silvio P., Fortino, Med ’46
Willard A. Hansman, Dent ’46
Margit Loeffler, Nurs ’46
Hildreth A. O’Herrin, Dent Hy ’46
John C. Sutherland, Med ’46
Donald D. Margolis, Law ’47
Anne M. Dudek, Jour ’48
Norman H. Engbring, Arts ’48, Med ’51
Kurt D. Gerken, Dent ’48
Paul G. Plantico, Arts ’48
Joseph P. Pukac, Eng ’48
David H. Rolfes, Eng ’48
Jerome J. Schwartz, Bus Ad ’48
John W. Trageser, Eng ’48
Walter J. Yakich, Eng ’48
Donald J. Albrecht, Med ’49
Donald E. Buerosse, Arts ’49
Mary E. Cahill, Arts ’49, Grad ’52
Bruce R. Curry, Eng ’49
Rose M. Dombroski, Arts ’49
W.P. Germain, Law ’49
William C. Herman, Arts ’49
Joan B. Jorgensen, Arts ’49
John J. Koch, Bus Ad ’49
Robert R. Locksmith, Eng ’49
Mel A. Mochalski, Arts ’49
David R. Richards, Bus Ad ’49
K.J. Riley, Eng ’49
Walter J. Roob, Bus Ad ’49
Donald M. Simmons, Bus Ad ’49
Mary E. Brennan, Jour ’50
Joseph F. Dahlvig, Arts ’50
Ruth Ann Gahn, Bus Ad ’50
John S. Kasprowski, Eng ’50
V.C. Lafferty, Eng ’50
Leonard C. Lindgren, Jour ’50
Paul F. McBain, Bus Ad ’50
Daniel E. O’Brien, Eng ’50
Charles W. Strebig, Arts ’50, Dent ’54
Stanley G. Beranek, Eng ’51
Robert B. Fennig, Arts ’51, Law ’57
Marie A. Finelli, Arts ’51
Frederick J. Galles, Dent ’51
Adrian P. Gansen, Dent ’51
Owen H. Kittilstad, Eng ’51
Mark E. Perschbacher, Bus Ad ’51
Mary E. Schwalb, Nurs ’51
Edward P. Schwarz, Arts ’51
Patrick F. Bolger, Bus Ad ’52
Francis J. Cyr, Arts ’52
Barbara S. Ferwerda, Arts ’52
John R. Gorenflo, Bus Ad ’52
Frederick J. Heinzen, Arts ’52, Med ’55
Robert D. Lewis, Bus Ad ’52
Robert Natrop, Eng ’52
J.P. Shaughnessy, Arts ’52
James C. Starke, Arts ’52, Med ’55
Louis L. Stern, Bus Ad ’52
Raymond M. Fiocchi, Dent ’53
Leonard J. Gavigan, Arts ’53, Law ’56
James L. McKenna, Med ’53
Floyd A. Michalski, Dent ’53
Patrick J. Smith, Jour ’53, Grad ’62
Patricia M. Wettin, Nurs ’53
John D. Arndorfer, Arts ’54
Raymond Burczyk, Law ’54
Eugene W. Hippler, Jour ’54
Ann E. Knab, Nurs ’54
Robert K. Larson, Dent ’54
Leroy F. Mielke, Grad ’54
Barbara J. Redovich, Arts ’54
Ivan T. Shaurette, Dent ’54
Jerome R. Small, Bus Ad ’54
Hugh H. Smith, Dent ’54
Ruth E. Bolger, Arts ’55
David J. Hyson, Arts ’55
John J. Koenig, Arts ’55, Law ’56
Arthur R. Roraff, Dent ’55
Genevieve A. Schlicher, Grad ’55
William A. Finger, Med ’56
Thomas B. Kolster, Eng ’56
Theodore S. Olewinski, Bus Ad ’56
Alfred A. Romagna, Dent ’56
Dorothy A. Schmit, Arts ’56
David C. Van Hecke, Med ’56
Beverly A. Zimmer, Dent Hy ’56
Dana F. Kellerman, Arts ’57
Andrew J. Mills, Eng ’57
John J. Murphy, Grad ’57
Barbara J. Rose, PT ’57
Herbert W. Wenman, Eng ’57
Rudolf J. Zettinig, Eng ’57
Dominic V. Donatello, Eng ’58
Charles W. Garbedian, Jour ’58
LaVerne E. Gebhard, Bus Ad ’58, Grad ’64
Alvar Gellings, Bus Ad ’58
John M. Kucharski, Eng ’58
Patrick Lawless, Jr., Bus Ad ’58
Sally L. McQueen, PT ’58
Ellen C. Miller, Arts ’58
Frank G. Neu, Bus Ad ’58
Ervin R. Nowak, Bus Ad ’58
Mona B. Perry, Arts ’58
James N. Wolter, Bus Ad ’58
Robert L. Chamberlain, Bus Ad ’58
Mieczyslaw Gajewski, Grad ’59
James W. Duncan, Arts ’62
William D. Gardner, Law ’60
Joyce M. Glogovsky , Bus Ad ’60
Donald R. Jackson, Bus Ad ’60
Leo J. Costello, Eng ’61
James C. Hamilton, Dent ’61
George T. Moore, Arts ’61
Thomas W. Reilly, Bus Ad ’61
Gerald F. Reinders, Eng ’61
David I. Rothstein, Law ’61
Howard W. Schulze, Dent ’61
Sheldon L. Dorf, Dent ’62
Frank J. Paulus, Eng ’62, Grad ’68
Grace A. Muggli, Med Tech ’63
William A. Sybers, Med ’63
W.S. Van Deren, Bus Ad ’64
Donald R. Zurn, Arts ’64
Betty K. Johnson, Nurs ’65
William F. Klug, Eng ’65
James E. Monroe, Bus Ad ’65
Helen L. Ehrke, Arts ’66
Mary E. Jones, Arts ’66
Robert L. Kroger, Arts ’66
Thomas M. Radaich, Arts ’66
Robert J. Anderson, Eng ’67
Marie Christopher Keane, Grad ’67
Ted Niedzwiecki, Dent ’67
Lewis H. Stocks, Grad ’67
Sylvia L. Webster, Arts ’67
Margaret J. Clarke, Grad ’68
Mary E. Conway, Med Tech ’68
Jerome F. Mestemaker, Med ’68
Willis J. Racht, Eng ’68
Kenneth R. Thompson, Bus Ad ’68
Thomas D. Kleczka, Eng ’69
Melvin T. Liszkowski, Dent ’69
Robert E. Litak, Law ’69
Mary O. Voss, Arts ’69
James W. McHale, Arts ’70
James W. Temmel, Eng ’70
Richard A. Klee, Bus Ad ’71
Lois M. O’Harrow, Dent Hy ’71
Thomas H. Sapinski, Grad ’71
Richard E. Byrne, Bus Ad ’72, Law ’74
John P. Hynes, Eng ’72
Carole B. Lienau, Nurs ’72
Christine A. Stolzenbach, Arts ’72
William J. Sullivan, Eng ’72
Richard E. George, Grad ’73
Patrick J. Keary, Bus Ad ’73
Charles Post, Dent ’73
Virgil A. Carlson, Bus Ad ’74
Patricia A. Mullen, Jour ’74
William Rumpf, Jr., Bus Ad ’74
Kurt R. Schmidt, Bus Ad ’74
Jolene C. Shellman, Law ’74
Arnold J. Hieserich, Eng ’75
Jose E. Llompart, Grad ’75
Peter F. Meyer, Dent ’76
Terry A. Peterson, Sp ’76, Grad ’95
Kevin J. Redmond, Arts ’76
Sheila K. Neville, Arts ’77
John J. Sattler, Law ’77
Casper P. Domjen, Bus Ad ’79
Robert M. Krupp, Grad ’79
James D. Hanna, Arts ’80
Carol L. Manning, Bus Ad ’80
Steven M. Wright, Grad ’80
Sheldon A. Bernstein, Law ’81
Jeff J. Sonday, Bus Ad ’81
Jeffrey C. Archer, Dent ’82, Grad ’85
Thomas L. Neton, Jour ’82
Mary V. New, Arts ’82
Michael A. DeVincenzi, Arts ’83
Maureen E. Belden, Nurs ’84
Julia E. Haese, Grad ’84
Lynda L. Jones-Reyes, Jour ’84
Colleen M. Smith, Jour ’84
Peter V. Jahnke, Dent ’85
Brian J. Nagorzanski, Bus Ad ’85
John P. Schaub, Arts ’85
Douglas T. Zorn, Eng ’85
Kathleen L. Fitzgerald, Nurs ’86
James A. Hanson, Bus Ad ’87
Terence L. Nichols, Grad ’88
Robert E. O’Brien, Comm ’88
Todd A. Infield, Law ’94
Caroline J. Nichols, Law ’94
Paul A. Zandt, Grad ’06
Carolyn M. Happel, Law ’13
Jennifer (Minogue) Irwin, Bus Ad ’99, and Andy Irwin, son Samuel Robert, Nov. 14, 2013. He joins brother Josh, 2.
Meaghan (Cotter) Sherer, Comm ’04, and Dan Sherer, daughter Maura McCooey Sherer, Feb. 14, 2014. She joins brother Delaney, 2.
David Borowski, Arts ’88, Law ’91, and Jodie Tabak , son Zachary David, Sept. 20, 2013. He joins brother Jacob.
Stephanie (Maegdlin) Wade, Comm ’04, and Tom Wade, Arts ’03, son Xavier Stephen, Dec. 10, 2013. He joins brother Lincoln James.
Mark Merchant, Arts ’91, and Nichole Merchant, daughter Savanna Lee, May 7, 2014. She is their first child.
Katie (Barder) Smullen, Arts ’99, and Mark Smullen, daughter Abigail Riley, Jan. 1, 2014. She was 7 pounds, 3 ounces and 20 inches.
Laura (Mraz) Bahr, H Sci ’05, PT ’07, and Greg Bahr, daughter Sadie Shlyn, Dec. 1, 2013 in Charleston, S.C. She joins stepsister Kayla, 12.
Yale A. Rieck, Bus Ad ’95, and Adrianne (Fiorani) Rieck, Comm ’96, daughter Vivian Faith, April 28, 2014. She was 8 pounds, 8 ounces and 22 inches. She joins brothers Collin Christian, 9, and Evan Nikolas, 3, and sister Madelyn Grace, 6. The family lives in Winnetka, Ill.
JoEllen (Gielow) Burdue, Arts ’00, and Jody Burdue, daughter Abigail Louise, Jan. 30, 2014. She was 7 pounds, 11 ounces and 19 inches. She joins brother Kyle, 3.
Tatiana (Jones) Joseph, Arts ’05, and John Joseph, Arts ’04, son Noah Joseph, March 4, 2014. The family lives in Milwaukee.
Colleen (Carroll) Campbell, Arts ’96, and John Campbell, son Joseph Francis, Feb. 4, 2014. He joins brother John Patrick and sisters Maryrose and Clara. The family lives in Alexandria, Va.
Jeffrey Foote, Grad ’01, and Natalie Nelson , daughter Coralena Lillie, Feb. 12, 2014.
Elissa (Flynn) McClure, Arts ’06, and Sean McClure, daughter Laila Corinne, Jan. 5, 2014 in San Diego. She joins sister Alexa.
CarrieAnn (Wolf) Hewitt, Eng ’96, and Craig Hewitt , son Samuel Neal, May 5, 2014. He was 9 pounds, 9 ounces and 22 inches and joins sister Allison Mae, 6. The family lives in West Bend, Wis.
Kevin Rosin, Eng ’01, Law ’04, and Andrea Rosin, daughter Annika Adele, Dec. 2, 2013. She joins brother Micah and sister Elsa.
Scott Tabernacki, Arts ’07, and Karly Tabernacki, daughter Amelia Grace, June 16, 2014. She was 7 pounds, 12 ounces and 21 inches.
Cathy Ritterbusch, Arts ’96, Law ’00, and Bob Hare, daughter Cora Elizabeth, March 28, 2014.