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The following Class Notes were received recently in the UW Oshkosh Alumni Office:

ʼ65 Dennis Moyer (LS), of Sheboygan, has been a part of the Sheboygan As baseball franchise for more than 50 years. Moyer has been general manager since 1967 and continues to enjoy the game.

’69 Thomas Hewitt (LS), of Phoenix, Ariz., is active in the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association in Phoenix. He and his wife, Becky, are involved in the Miss America Pageant with candidates from Arizona.

ʼ69 Robert Neuman (LS), of Fond du Lac, retired in 2002, after working more than 30 years for the state of Wisconsin. He and his wife, Mary Neuman ʼ70 (EHS), have been married since 1969 and have two children and four grandchildren.

ʼ72 Douglas Engel (B), of Naperville, Ill., retired after 40 years with Deloitte & Touche LLP, including national leadership roles and serving as the firm’s vice chairman.

ʼ74 Robert Bocher (EHS), of Monona, retired after more than 30 years at the state Department of Public Instruction. He worked on a project to catalog books in all Wisconsin libraries, creating the nation’s largest library catalog in the process.

ʼ78 Patricia (Thornton) Montie (EHS), of Gillett, retired after 34 years of teaching. She received the Educator of Excellence Award in 2007.

ʼ79 Sally Wilke (LS), of Chicago, Ill., received a master’s degree in divinity from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago in May.

ʼ80 Curtis Drumm (LS), of Manitowoc, is president of Lakeshore Aviation, which he started in 2005 after he fell in love with flying. The company provides services to local and visiting pilots, promotes Manitowoc County, and supports corporate and general aviation.

 ’82 Christine Sannes (MSE), of Alto, Mich., opened Blue Haven Stables in 1982, located in Marshall, as a way to bring together her passions for horses, teaching and special needs.

’94 Christine (Lorens) Hicks (LS), of Sheboygan Falls, is a personal trainer and group fitness instructor at the Sports Core in Kohler.

’97 Tracy Jaeger (B), of Sheboygan, is the director of marketing for Kohler Co.’s bathing products division.

ʼ97 Lori (Dornacker) Lasee (N) and (LS), of Fond du Lac, works for Network Health Plan. After meeting her husband, Jamie Lasee ʼ98 (LS), in Taylor Hall at UWO, the couple now have two boys.

’98 Sara (Nackers) Adamovich (EHS), of Eagle River, received a master’s degree in education from UW-Stout and received the Wilson Reading System Level II Certification.

ʼ01 Ryan Thompson (B), of Appleton, opened his own law firm, Thompson Law LLC , in May of 2012.

’02 Eric Maloney (B) and ’07 (MBA), of Appleton, was recognized as one of the top 25 most influential inside sales professionals of 2012 by the American Association of Inside Sales Professionals at a leadership conference in April.

ʼ04 William Van Dyn Hoven (LS), of Milwaukee, was ordained at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in June.

ʼ05 Robin Holte (N), of Neenah, is a nurse at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton.

’05 Margaret Kriesel (N) and ’08 (MSN), of Rhinelander, works for Ministry Medical Group, where she specializes in providing medical care for all ages.

ʼ08 Luke Geddes (LS), of Cincinatti, Ohio, has written a book, “I Am a Magical Teenage Princess,” to be published July 18. Geddes reexamines 1960s and contemporary popular culture with wit, insight and pathos.

ʼ09 John McManus (CNL), of Janesville, was recently promoted within the Janesville Fire Department, where he has served  for the past 16 years.

’11 Rachel St. Peter (LS), of Rochester, Mich., graduate hall director, is working in an all-freshmen residence hall at Oakland University.  She also is working on her master’s degree in community counseling and a limited professional counselor license.

’11 Jennifer Zoll (MSE), of Shawano, is a second-grade teacher at Hillcrest Primary School.

• AAS — Associate of Arts and Science Degree
• B — Business
• CNL— Center for New Learning
• EHS — Education and Human Services
• LS — Letters and Science
• N — Nursing

• GMBA — Global Master of Business Administration
• MA — Master of Arts
• MBA— Master of Business Administration
• MPA — Master of Public Administration
• MS — Master of Science
• MSE — Master of Science in Education
• MSN — Master of Science in Nursing
• MST — Master of Science in Teaching
• MSW — Master of Social Work

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