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christl-clifford.jpgClifford Christl '70

For more than three decades, award-winning journalist Clilfford Christl '70, of Green Bay, "didn't care a lick" whether the Green Bay Packers won or lost. He just wanted to report the story.

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mcgrath-joseph.jpgJoseph McGrath '78

As an inventor, geologist, lieutentant colonel and long-distance runner, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Joseph McGrath '78, of Waupaca, tackles all of life's" missions" with a high level of skill and determination.

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moon-joye.pngJoye Moon '84

While nationally recognized watercolor artist Joye Moon, of Oshkosh, has painted her way across the word, she remains committed to supporting the local art community.

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mueller-edward.jpgEdward Mueller '59

UW Oshkosh alumnus Edward Mueller '59, found the perfect formula for a successful career in science education — a passion for learning mixed with an affinity for teaching middle-school students.

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ward-timothy.jpgTimothy Ward '70

As the highest-ranking dental program official with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Wisconsin alumnus Timoth Ward '70, is responsible for the oral health of more than 5 million veterans seeking medical care.

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weber-william.jpgWilliam Weber '71

William Weber '71, discovered both a vocation (a scientific interest in radiation) and an avocation (a love of downhill skiing) during his undergraduate days at UW Oshkosh.

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by reinecka — last modified May 03, 2012 02:03 PM