The following Class Notes were received recently in the UW Oshkosh Alumni Office:
’74 James Blaha (LS), of Manitowoc, has retired from Manitowoc County Health Department after 35 years as the public health officer.
’83 Catherine Weissman (LS) and ’87 (MS), of Menomonie, had a photo “Orthogonals” accepted for exhibition at the Phipps Center of the Arts in Hudson.
’84 Kevin Carboni (LS), of Madison, is the creative director of Nelson Schmidt Advertising.
’85 Erin Murphy (N), of St. Paul., Minn., will be recognized on Janesville Craig’s High School Honor Wall for her accomplishments.
’91 Kay (Gustke) Weina (N), of Omro, has joined Women’s Care of Wisconsin as a certified nurse midwife.
’92 Joey Leonard (LS), of Waupaca, is the vice president of human resources at Waupaca Foundry Inc.
’95 Elizabeth Malchetske (MBA), of Berlin, takes on a new role as director of business integration for Thedacare and Community Health Network.
’00 Brad Keil (MPA), of Middleton, will retire as Middleton police chief and work as manager of corporate facilities at Wisconsin Public Service.
’02 Joshua Springer (EHS), of Matthews, N.C., coaches the Providence Day Girls Basketball team. The team won the state championship for the fifth year in a row.
’06 Tom Pistohl (LS), of San Gabriel. Calif., is production director, overseeing The Millers on CBS, Star-Crossed on CW, and King and Maxwell on TNT.
’08 Margaret Doyle (B), of Oshkosh, was promoted to human resources officer at Choice Bank.
’08 Dominic Renteria (B) and ’11 (MBA), of Appleton, works as a district manager for Citizens Community Federal Bank. Dominic and his wife ’08 Lindsay (Reeves) Renteria (B), met at UWO their senior year in the finance program and now are happily married.
’08 Timothy Scottberg (EHS) and ’13 (MS), of Ripon, is leading a charter middle school in Ripon. He also is the owner of a new cider company, Wiley Cider, located in Ripon.
’09 Aaron Cherney (B), of Sun Prairie, is working for Graphic Packaging as an account executive selling to craft breweries throughout the Midwest.
’10 Adam Bubnich (LS), of Tomah, has opened his own chiropractic business on Superior Avenue in Tomah, called Bubnich Chiropractic.
’11 Karilyn Robinson (LS), of Appleton, works for Red Shoes Public Relations in Appleton as an assistant account executive.
’12 Brittany Gunville (LS), of Philadelphia, Pa., is a physician assistant student at Philadelphia University.
’13 Andrew Ott (MBA), of Neenah, was promoted to vice president of Integrity Insurance in Appleton.
’13 Dustin Stingl (B), of Sydney, Australia, graduated and obtained a marketing specialist job abroad in Sydney.
’14 John Dewitt (EHS), of Oshkosh, landed his dream job as an AP statistics teacher at Nathan Hale High School in West Allis.
’14 Devan Strebig (B), of Oshkosh, has been hired by the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce as its new manager of member relations.
• AAS — Associate of Arts and Science Degree
• B — Business
• EHS — Education and Human Services
• LLCE — Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement
• LS — Letters and Science
• N — Nursing
• DNP — Doctor of Nursing Practice
• 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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