Donald Gleason, 1928
Speech major, Gleason was judge of the 14th judicial circuit of Green Bay, received his law degree from Marquette University and was a special agent with the FBI in Washington D.C., Dallas and Charlotte. He was district attorney in Brown County and president of the Juvenile Court Judges of Wisconsin and of the Criminal Court Judges of Wisconsin.
Robert Kolf, 1922
Coach and athletic director at Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh for more than 45 years, Kolf coached football, basketball, track, tennis, golf and baseball. His football team won a championship in 1935 and has won 6 basketball championships as a coach. He has had the UW Oshkosh sports fieldhouse named in his honor.
Merle Pickett, 1935
Assistant principal for Washington Junior High School in Manitowoc, Pickett is part-time head librarian and was one of ten teachers in the United States named "Teacher of the Year" in 1957. A conservationist, she was the first woman and second person in Manitowoc County to receive the Izaak Walton Rahr Conservation Award.
Edward Allen, 1903
Marine lawyer, Allen is author of North Pacific, a work deailing Alaskan and marine law affairs. He now is chairman of the Pacific Fisheries Conference. He has been adviser to United States delegation to Japan to negotiate fisheries between Japan, Canada and the United States and was adviser to U.S. delegation to Rome United Nations Fisheries conferences.
T.O. Jones, 1930
Scientist and official of the National Science Foundation, Jones received his doctorate in chemistry from University of Wisconsin in 1937. He was on the faculty of Haverford College in Pennsylvania where he later became professor of chemistry and head of the department of chemistry. He joined the National Science Foundation and is currently in charge of the foundation's U.S. Antarctic research program