Steve Voyak, Jour ’84, in his 12th year as volleyball coach and English teacher at South-west High School in Washburn, Mo., was voted Ozark 7 Conference Coach of the Year. The Lady Trojans finished the season with a 22–9 record and won a third consecutive conference championship.
Russell Ware, Law ’71, retired as partner from the Milwaukee office of SmithAmundsen LLC after practicing as a trial lawyer and mediator for more than 43 years. He is an award-winning legal writer and has authored more than 35 articles on trial practice, civil litigation and dispute resolution for national and state publications. He and […]
Marcie Eanes, Jour ’84, was published in Silver Birch Press I Am Waiting poetry series in honor of Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s 96th birthday. Her poem Reality’s Showcase is based on Ferlinghetti’s epic work.
Brian Hodgson, Arts ’83, Dent ’87, commands the Navy Reserve Operational Health Unit in Portsmouth, Va.
Tom Baylerian, Comm ’83, is vice president of advertising and sales for Gannett Wisconsin Media.
Karen Smith-Ables, Nurs ’82, received her master of science degree in developmental disabilities with a concentration in early childhood from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. She is a national certified school nurse with the Chicago Public Schools Citywide Early Childhood Assessment Team.
Daniel Johnson, H Sci ’82, and Patricia (Sherburne) Johnson, Dent Hy ’82, attended the Profession of First Vows for daughter Sister Maria Virgen Oyente (Laura Johnson, Arts ’10) at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. She is a member of the Religious Family of the Incarnate Word/Institute Servants […]
Thomas Walsh, Bus Ad ’81, and Mary Beth Walsh, Sp ’82, Grad ’83, hosted a Marquette group at the JDRF Illinois Gala: Dr. Chris Reger, Arts ’81; Margaret (Collins) Horvath, Arts ’02; Mary Kay (Platen) Palmer, Nurs ’82; Mary (Keane) Meyering, Bus Ad ’82; and their spouses.
Craig Heiting, Jour ’81, senior vice president of Deluxe Entertainment, was elected to the Cable Pioneers Hall of Fame. He and his wife Jane live in Los Angeles.
Albert Correa, Arts ’81, retired after 30 years with Milwaukee Public Schools and works for New Resources Consulting, a Milwaukee technology and business consulting company.