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

’40 Andrew Stenson (EHS) and ’42 Louise (Malotky) Stenson (EHS) are retired teachers and have been married for 66 years.

’50 Daniel Haworth (EHS) is retired emeritus professor of chemistry from Marquette University, having taught and conducted research for more than 51 years. He has published more than 200 scientific papers in chemistry journals and has 19 patents.

’68 Nels ‘Kendall’ Nordstrom (LS) is the minister at First Congregational Church in Beloit.

’71 Lynn (Harms) Dehn (EHS) is a retired Spanish teacher who has taught for 35 years. She has two adult children, Karalyn and Mitch.

’74 John Dimond
(EHS) is the creator of the nationally marketed health education board game, The Road to Health.

’74 Michael Kulibert (EHS) is a teacher and cross country coach at Campbellsport Junior High. He has been the girls’ cross country coach at Campbellsport High School for 31 years.

’75 Lelahvon ‘Lelah’ Lugo
(LS) and ’77 (MA) is a senior academic librarian in the University Library at UW-Stout. She received a UW System Outstanding Woman of Color award for contributing to diversity and advocating women’s issues in her community.

’79  Sally Wilke
(LS)  is a candidate in the Master of Divinity program at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and will be completing the clinical pastoral experience during summer 2009 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Downer’s Grove, Ill.

’80 Mark Chesna
(LS) is the studio manager for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va.

’81 Kenneth Weeks
(MBA) is a retired assistant professor at Bemidji State University in Minnesota. He became a grandfather for the first time in May.

’83 Mary Dresser
(LS) is a program specialist for Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont in Townsend, Tenn.

’83 Ron Huisheere (EHS) received the 2009 Golden Apple Award — the Partners in Education honor for outstanding teachers. He is a math teacher at Franklin Middle School in Green Bay.

’85 Mark Wolfgram (LS) is a team basketball sports director for the Special Olympics Wisconsin indoor sports tournament. He is part of the Special Olympics International basketball sports resource team and works with members from Africa, Australia, Ireland, Poland and South Africa.

’93 Barb Riley
(LS) is circulation and database marketing director at C&H Distributors in Milwaukee.

’94 Mark Klossner
(LS) is brand marketing manager at BOSS Snowplows in Iron Mountain, Mich.

’95 Tracy (Johnson) Fuller
(LS) is the marketing manager for The Wilderness Hotel and Golf Resort in Wisconsin Dells.

’98 Georgia (Belling) Lyon (LS) and husband ’98 Jeff Lyon (LS), owners of Golden Tooth Productions, along with ’99 William Meyer (LS), created the film, “The House That Jack Built,” which premiered in Madison in May.

’98 Ryan Nolan (LS) is the communication manager for the 92nd PGA Championship scheduled to be played at Whistling Straits in August 2010.

’00 Sonya (Johnson) Gilson
(N) and ’08 (MSN) is a family nurse practitioner at the Aurora Health Center in Pulaski.

’00 Valerie Wallingford
(MBA) completed a doctorate in business administration with a specialization in management from Northcentral University in January 2009. She is the TRIO director and an adjunct instructor at Bemidji State University.

’05 Kristin (Loepfe) Bradford (EHS) and husband, ’05 Alan Bradford (LS), are expecting their first child in November.

’09 Elliott Clark (LS) is the varsity girl’s basketball coach at Watertown High School.

’09 Bryan Wright (LS) is the children’s advocate at Safe Haven Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Support Center in Shawano.

• B — Business
• EHS — Education and Human Services
• LS — Letters and Science
• N — Nursing
• AD — Associate Degree

• MA — Master of Arts
• MBA-Master of Business Administration
• MS — Master of Science
• MSE — Master of Science in Education
• MSN — Master of Science in Nursing
• MPA — Master of Public Administration
• MST — Master of Science in Teaching

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