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Pictured above: ’06 Dave Lezotte (LS) (pictured far right) assisted the Atlanta Braves public relations staff during the 2021 National League Championship Series and World Series at Truist Park

’75 Marcia (Kretzmann) Finger (LS), of Madison, retired from state service and lives near her children and grandchildren.

’80 Victoria (Skowronski) Dauw (EHS), of Coopersville, Michigan, has taught violin for 39 years. Dauw is a retired substitute teacher.

Hilarie Rath

’81 Hilarie Rath (EHS), of Green Bay, retired from the Green Bay Public School District and enjoys working as a certified hand papermaker at the Paper Discovery Center in Appleton. Rath enjoys bookbinding, cartonnage and all areas of paper arts.

Karen Gibson’s book cover

’86 Karen Gibson (EHS) and ’90 (MA), of Menasha, released her second novel, a contemporary women’s fiction book titled In a Heartbeat.

’90 Michael Hochholzer (B), of Combined Locks, is chief investment officer of Associated Trust Company, a subsidiary of Associated Bank.

’91 Carrie (Voigt) Schonhoff (LS), of Reeseville, authored her second book of poems, The End of the Beginning. Schonhoff draws inspiration for her writing from living in rural Wisconsin.

’93 Kevin Dittman (LS), of Oshkosh, a veteran journalist and digital producer, will oversee night news operations and non-daily publications for the USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.

’96 Mela (Turner) Kamin (LS), of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, is a lead teacher at Normandale Preschool. Kamin developed preschool videos throughout 2020 to provide families with content during distanced learning. Kamin is married to ’96 Greg Kamin (LS).

’98 Laurie Butz (MBA), of Suamico, is president and CEO at Capital Credit Union. Butz has more than 34 years of experience in the financial industry, most recently as senior vice president of business development, investments, insurance services and the Fox Cities Marathon at Community First Credit Union.

’99 Vicky (Bodin) Fitzgerald (B), of Oshkosh, is the City of Omro administrator and treasurer. Fitzgerald was previously the Winnebago County finance director.

Iiona Virgin

’01 Dana World-Patterson (MS), of Milwaukee, is the chair of the Human Trafficking Task Force of Greater Milwaukee and the founder and CEO of Foundations for Freedom, a non-profit organization that focuses on preventing human trafficking and supporting victims.

’02 Jeffery Dyer (LS) and ‘02 (EHS) and ’03 (EHS), of Oregon, received the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG)/Goethe-Institut Outstanding German American Partnership Program (GAPP) Coordinator Award which honors a teacher who provides opportunities for students to study abroad. Dyer is married to ’01 Amanda (Mussa) Dyer (BSE).

’04 Ben Priesgen (LS), of Lomira, is the Dodge County Supervisor.

Jennifer and Kevin Damask’s son, Jackson.

’06 Jennifer Damask (EHS) and ’06 Kevin Damask (LS), of Sun Prairie, welcomed their first child, Jackson Wayne Damask in October.

’06 Dave Lezotte (LS), of Dacula, Georgia, assisted the Atlanta Braves public relations staff during the 2021 National League Championship Series and World Series at Truist Park. Lezotte is the media relations manager and broadcaster for the Braves’ Triple-A affiliate, the Gwinnett Stripers.

’12 Crystal Dziadosz-Brown (LS), of Cudahy, is an assistant art coordinator at Custom Print and Stitch. Dziadosz-Brown is the mother of twins.

’12 Iiona Virgin (EHS), of Georgetown, Texas, graduated from Baylor University with a masters of social work degree. Virgin is a school-based mental health professional with Impact Counseling Services.

Eric Milburn

’16 Eric Milburn (LS), of Denver, Colorado, is a carpenter for Sustainable Design Build, an eco-friendly homebuilder.

’17 Kelli Dahl (LS), of Menomonee Falls, is a project coordinator with Beeler Construction Inc. Dahl has over three years of healthcare facilities operations and healthcare code and compliance experience.

’17 Zachary Zabel (B), of Oshkosh, is launching Tech for Vets, a non-profit organization focused on connecting young veterans through technology and gaming competition. Zabel is the community engagement manager for the Fox Valley Veterans Council.

’19 Stefani Danzeisen (N), of Oshkosh, is an emergency room nurse at Aurora Advocate. Danzeisen is working towards her emergency nurse certification, precepting nursing students and writing papers on patient safety.

’19 Colin Milligan (B), of East Troy, is the CEO and co-founder of Sydetasker, an app that allows users to find freelance service workers to complete paid tasks and odd jobs. Milligan started the platform while a student at UWO.

’20 Lisa Biertzer (EHS), of Saukville, is a graduate student in the Educational Psychology Department at UW Milwaukee.

’20 Erin King (LS), of Port Washington, is a medical technologist at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton. King is engaged to be married.