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’68 Jim Dykstra (LS), of McLean, Virginia, was re-elected to the board of the House Chiefs of Staff Alumni Association. Jim got his start on Capitol Hill as press secretary and legislative assistant to former Representative Bill Steiger of Oshkosh.

’82 Brian Haebig (LS), of Holly Springs, North Carolina, is the director of supply maintenance and contracting for the U.S. Army Forces Command in Fort Liberty, North Carolina. Haebig is a retired Colonel who served thirty years in uniform.

’83 Kristine (Prellwitz) Mork (LS), of Scandinavia, retired from the Waupaca County Department of Health and Human Services after a 34-year career in social work. Mork has two children and eight grandchildren.

Kristine Mork

’85 Maria Kolpin (N), of Berlin, was honored by the Berlin Historical Society and the Berlin Area School District by having her name added to the “Be Proud, Be Inspired” Inspiration Wall at Berlin High School. Kolpin created a wellness program for her family business and helped to raise funds for Pagosa Springs Medical Center in her retirement city of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

’89 Peggy La Point (LS), of Portland, Oregon, is the programming coordinator  and host of KINK Sunday Brunch with Alpha Media-KINK FM.

’93 Dee Deanovich (B), of Fond du Lac, celebrated 30 years at National Exchange Bank & Trust where she is an accounting officer.

’94 John Scheelk (LS), of Oshkosh, helped organize the Intertel-IQ Annual Gathering in Prague, Czechoslovakia for those who score in the 99th percentile level on a valid supervised test of intelligence. Scheelk joined the organization in 2015.

’96 Doug DeRosier (LS), of Delafield, joined his fraternity brothers of the Epsilon Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi in celebrating the purchase of the rental home from the mid-1980s with an alumni reception and awards presentation during Homecoming. Nearly 200 people including chapter alumni, undergraduates, pledges, Gamma Phi Beta sorority alumni, UWO officials and community leaders attended the gathering.

Delta Sigma Phi Reunion

’99 Terri Kallsen (MS), of Bolinas, California, is managing partner and senior operating advisor at Rise Growth Partners. Kallsen was previously the chief operations officer at Wealth Enhancement Group.

’02 Erin Kelly (LS), of Milwaukee, opened Kelly’s Greens Cannabis Boutique and Grand Café in Wauwatosa.

’03 Kaba Bah (LS), of Madison, is a research scientist at UW-Madison and an affordable housing real estate entrepreneur.

’04 Ben Priesgen (LS), of Lomira, is a journalist with the Dodge County Pioneer, owner of Country Blossom Organics, and Dodge County Supervisor.

’12 Crystal Dziadosz-Brown (LS), of Cudahy, is an embroidery art production artist at Custom Print and Stitch. Dziadosz-Brown and her husband have 4-year-old twins.

’16 Robert Haller (LS) and ’21 (MPA), of Eau Claire, is deputy chief of prevention and community risk reduction for the Eau Claire Fire Department.

’16 Tha Vong Vue (LS), of Oshkosh, is a police officer with the Weyauwega Police Department. Vue has served as a reserve deputy for the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office for five years and an officer in Iron Ridge for three years.

’19 Alicia Dorsett (MPA), of Alexandria, Virginia, was promoted to Major in the Wisconsin National Guard. Dorsett is currently part of the Army Congressional Fellowship Program in Washington D.C.

Samantha Spanbauer

’19 Samantha Spanbauer (N), of Madison, finished her doctorate degree and is a women’s health nurse practitioner at UW Health Medical Foundation.

’21 Zoe Dahse (LS), of Vienna, Austria, is an associate project officer for the International Atomic Energy Agency at the United Nations Vienna Headquarters.

’22 Jakob Petersen (LS), of Burlington, is the operations manager for the Fond du Lac Dock Spiders. Petersen has been with the club for three years.