Anne (Talafuse) Rothenbach, H Sci ’08, Grad ’10, and Samuel Rothenbach, Eng ’08: daughter Analiese Clare born July 8, 2019. She joins her siblings John, Marko and Colette. Published in Winter 2020
Karen P. (Emery) Rushby, H Sci ’92, was elected to the board of directors of the Lymphology Association of North America. She serves on the association’s School Standards Committee and is the Northwest region liaison. Published in Winter 2020
Megan C (Fitzgerald) Witte, H Sci ’06, Grad ’11, Grad ’11, and Russell Witte: daughter Emma Claire on March 11, 2019. She was 6 pounds, 13 ounces and 20.5 inches long. Published in Fall 2019
Catherine Skoog, H Sci ’15, Grad ’16, and William (C.) Jolly, Bus Ad ’14: wed on Sept. 22, 2018 at Saints Peter and Paul Church in Milwaukee. Rev. Fred Zagone, S.J., celebrated the Mass, and many members of the couples Marquette family were in attendance. The couple lives in Whitefish Bay. The bride and groom […]
Marie (Coffey) Moore, H Sci ’09, Grad ’11, and Timothy Moore: wed June 1, 2019 in Milwaukee. Several alumni were in attendance. Published in Fall 2019
Freddy Terrazas, H Sci ’12, graduated in May from the Sloan Program in Health Administration at Cornell University with a masterís degree in health administration. He is now an administrative fellow with the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla. Published in Fall 2019
John G. Green, H Sci ’86, was named president and CEO of Iredell Health System and is only the fifth person to hold those positions since the companyís founding in 1954. Published in Fall 2019
David Kujawa, H Sci ’80, earned his doctorate in physical therapy from Arcadia University in May. He is a faculty member in physical therapy at the University of Toledo and serves as assistant dean for clinical affairs of the universityís College of Health and Human Services. He is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist at […]
Allison Prosen Mohorek, H Sci ’12, Grad ‘2013 and Matt Mohorek, H Sci ’12: daughter Jane Christine born April 7, 2017. She was 7 pounds, 2 ounces and 21 inches. She was named for great-grandmother Jane (Tesensky) Prosen, Arts ’47.
Sara Johnson, H Sci ’15, was awarded the Cancer Research Training Award Fellow with the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Md.