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(Pictured above) ’72 David Moon (EHS), of Oshkosh, traveled to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with his wife, ’84 Joye Moon (LS) and their children ’94 Nathan Moon (LS) and ’99 Rachel Moon (LS).

’84 Jim Thaldorf (LS) and ’89 (BME), of Appleton, returned to UWO to march with the Titan Thunder Marching Band during the recent Homecoming football game. Joining Thaldorf was ’91 Marc Nylen (LS) and ’93 (MSE) of Oshkosh and ‘97 Tom Swigert (LS) of Hartford.

Jim Thaldorf, Marc Nylen and Tom Swigert.

’85 Strep “Dick” Kuehl (LS), of Southern Pines, North Carolina, was a featured speaker at the Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School’s Veterans Day program. Kuehl served 33 years in the U.S. Army where he earned over 20 major awards and decorations.

’85 Mary Triggiano (LS), of Milwaukee, is stepping down as chief judge for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court to become the director of Marquette University Law School’s Andrew Center for Restorative Justice. Triggiano has served as a circuit court judge since 2004.

’88 Scott Rorek (LS), of Deforest, is a medium, helping people connect and achieve peace with the deceased. Rorek performs private readings at Cosmic Delights in Madison and freelances with paranormal investigative groups on visits to look for ghosts.

’92 Wayne Netzler (LS), of Waupaca, is co-host of the Waupaca Radio FM 96.3 Good News Waupaca broadcast. Netzler’s show shares headlines of positive news from the Waupaca County Post and interviews various guests about local opportunities to volunteer and contribute to the community.

’94 Kristin (Olson) Borgen (LS) and ’96 (MS), of Greenville, is an audiologist at the Audiology and Hearing Aid Center of Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin. Borgen earned her doctorate degree in 2006 and has been practicing audiology in the Fox Valley for over 25 years.

’97 Anne (Huth) Peters (LS), of Denver, Colorado, was honored by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) for being the first woman to officiate the WIAA State Cross Country Championships in 2004. Peters is the only person ever to both participate in and officiate the event.

’99 Scott Michels (LS), of Oregon, is vice president of National Guardian Life Insurance Company. Michels is married to ’00 Anne (McCarthy) Michels (EHS).

’00 Jason McKean (EHS) of Skokie, Illinois, is the assistant dean of students and director of strategy and operations at Northwestern University. McKean has worked in residence life, conduct, equity, and the dean of students’ office of the Dean over his 20-year career. McKean is married to ’00 Teri (Kemppainen) McKean (LS).

’01 Nick Krohn (B), of Madison, is the Madison Memorial High School baseball coach. Krohn previously was a coach for Verona High School from 2017-2021.

’07 Barb Klinner (N), of Wausau, is director of quality for Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc. Klinner has over 30 years of health care experience in nursing, medical research, care management, operations and quality.

’07 Craig Sigl (EHS) and ’09 (MSE) of Sturgeon Bay, is in his seventh year as a seventh grade math teacher in the Sturgeon Bay School District.

’08 Vanessa (Virbitsky) Zink (LS), of Colorado Springs, Colorado, is the chief communications officer for the City of Colorado Springs. Zink previously worked in marketing and communications roles for the U.S. Golf Association and U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee.

’14 Joshua Tyner (LS), of Oshkosh, owns Quill Creative Studio, recipient of an Inc. Business Media’s Power Partner Award which honors B2B organizations worldwide that have proven histories of supporting entrepreneurs and helping startups grow.

’16 William Keizer (LS), of Appleton, is an independent filmmaker. Keizer’s production, Ed Gein: The Musical, was picked up by an independent national distributor.

’17 Samantha Goldben (LS), of Appleton, earned her master’s degree in library and information studies in 2021 and is finishing her first book. Goldben is a library services assistant at Polk Library on campus.

’18 Colton Moc (B), of Sun Prairie, is a talent acquisition manager at Complete Mobile Dentistry. Moc is married to ’19 Katie (Nett) Moc (LS).

’21 Joe Schulz (LS), of Oshkosh, covers news in Northeast Wisconsin as well as statewide business, labor and economic issues for the Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) news team.

’22 Kylie Balk-Yaatenen (LS), of Janesville, is the community, public safety and courts reporter for the Janesville Gazette.

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