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1950's
1956

Thomas E. Sedler ’56 BSBA  was inducted into the Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame in October. Sedler graduated from St. Xavier High School in 1951, and then joined the family business at the Home City Ice Co. He worked full-time at the plant and attended Xavier at night, earning a business degree. Today it is the largest privately owned ice company in the country and makes 6,000 tons of ice daily.

1956

James Robinson ’69 MED  was inducted into the Zanesville High School Hall of Fame in May. He graduated from the school in 1960, where he played basketball and was the leading scorer in his senior year. He was named to the All-Central Ohio League first team and to the Central Ohio League All-Opponent first team. Robinson He also received an honorable mention on the UPI Class AA All-Ohio team. Robinson began his career in education at Lake Shore Central High School in Angola, N.Y. He taught social studies and was varsity basketball coach. In 1966, he returned to Zanesville and taught one year at Roosevelt Junior High and five years at ZHS, while coaching basketball and cross country. He became principal at Maysville Junior High School in 1972 and spent the next 30 years in school administration. In 1985, Robinson was named superintendent of the Zanesville City Schools and served in that role the next 11 years until his retirement in 1996. After retiring from the district, Robinson spent seven years as a program administrator employed by the Muskingum County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

1970's
1973

Thomas W. Burke ’73 BS  was named president of his alma mater, Roger Bacon High School in Cincinnati. Burke is only the second president in the school's history and the first layperson to hold the position. He spent the bulk of his career in health care, with more than 30 years of experience as an administrator, consultant and educator. Many of the trends in health care are similar to the challenges and opportunities facing the education industry. Burke began his health care career as the director of medical records at University Hospital in Cincinnati (formerly Cincinnati General Hospital). He became a consultant and then partner with the Big 8 professional services firm of Ernst and Whinney, providing a wide range of strategic and operational consulting services to both the acute care and senior living industries. His experience includes serving as the senior vice president for quality improvement for a major medical center and providing retained executive search services for a national search firm.

1973

Jon Draud ’73 MA,  a first-term Kenton County Commissioner, announced his re-election bid for the Kenton County Fiscal Court. Before his election to county office in 2010, Draud served on Crestview Hills City Council and was a state representative for the 63rd District and commissioner of education for Kentucky.

1975

Steven L. Hils ’75 AB  is the 2013 commencement speaker at St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, his alma mater. Hils is a partner and president of the Kneflin, Dillhoff, Hils and Kruse Insurance Agency. He served nine years on the board of trustees at St. X, holding the position of board chairman in 2005 and 2006, and continues to help with fundraising efforts. Hils was recently appointed by the mayor of Cincinnati to serve as one of seven board members for the Citizens’ Complaint Authority, which reviews investigative reports on police misconduct cases in Cincinnati. Hills and his wife of 36 years, Christine, have three children—son, Matthew, a 2000 graduate of St. Xavier, and daughters Laura and Caroline, who both attended Ursuline Academy.

1977

Paul Moyer ’77 MBA  was elected a member of the 2013 Chairman's Council of New York Life Insurance Co. Members rank in the top 3 percent of New York Life's sales force of more than 12,250 licensed agents. Moyer has been a New York Life agent since 1993 and is associated with New York Life's Toledo General Office in Maumee, Ohio.

1977

Mary Sullivan ’77 BA  was elected to the board of the Cincinnati Observatory Center, which maintains an observatory in Mount Lookout, a national historic landmark. Sullivan has been with the law firm of Peck Shaffer for more than 30 years and is currently Of Counsel to the firm. She has served as both bond counsel and underwriter’s counsel in transactions throughout the country, including serving as bond counsel to the Ohio Turnpike Commission for 16 years. She is also active with civic groups in Cincinnati and Ohio, including the Ohio Women’s Bar Foundation advisory committee and served as a board member for Seton High School, the Seton High School Foundation, Catholic Social Services of Southwestern Ohio and the Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross.

1977

Paul Verst ’77 BSBA/’79MBA  is president and CEO of Verst Group Logistics in Walton, Ky., a family owned third party logistics and supply chain management company specializing in warehousing, transportation and contract packaging. He was elected chairman of the International Warehouse Logistics Association in March, and was recognized in May as Northern Kentuckian of the Year by his high school alma mater, Covington Catholic. Verst is also on Xavier’s President’s Advisory Board, the Hall of Fame Nominating Committee and mentors an Xavier senior marketing student. He also serves on the boards of the Dan Beard Boy Scout Council, Kenton County Airport Board and Gateway Community and Technical College Foundation. And, he is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the Warehousing Educational Research Council and the World Presidents’ Organization. He also is a lay minister in the Diocese of Covington and an active parishioner at St. Joseph Parish where he serves as a minister. He lives in Cold Spring, Ky., with his wife, Sue. They have three children, Christine, Christopher and Patrick. His hobbies include golf, reading, coin collecting, Xavier basketball and spending time at their summer house in Charlevoix, Mich.

1979

Mary Lynn Webb Sunderman’79 BSBA/’82 MBA  of Green Township, Ohio, was selected in June as the 2013 Circle of Mercy Award recipient from her alma mater, Mother of Mercy High School. The Circle of Mercy Award is the most prestigious award given to a Mercy alumna each year, honoring an alumna who best reflects the Mercy values of excellence, compassion, faith, leadership and service. An employee of American Financial Group, she has been a member and volunteer of the Junior League of Cincinnati since 1986 and a volunteer at Xavier University for more than 30 years. Sunderman also served as a member of Mercy’s board of trustees.

1980's
1982

Brian Bidwell ’82 MHA  of Derby Line, Vt., was appointed to the six-member Vermont Board of Radiologic Technology where he participates in legislative oversight and judicial review of issues and events in the field of radiologic technology. Bidwell is the director of Diagnostic Imaging Services at North Country, Vt.

1982

Tom Looney ’82 MBA  was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, N.C. Looney is vice president and general manager for Lenovo North America where he is responsible for Lenovo’s relationship business in North America, which includes enterprise, public sector, federal and global accounts. Before joining Lenovo, Looney spent 31 years with IBM, most recently as vice president of sales for IBM’s personal computing division. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for the N.C. School of Science and Math and also serves as chair of transit for the Regional Transportation Alliance. Looney and his wife Lucy live in Cary, N.C.

1983

Jack Carmola ’83 MBA  , a consultant for private equity firms, was elected to the board of directors of Minerals Technologies. He has more than 35 years of international business experience, primarily in the aerospace industry with the Goodrich Corp.—where he was segment president for actuation and landing systems from 2007-2012, and segment president of airframe systems from 2005-2007—and General Electric, where he was also segment president of engine systems and group president for engine/safety/electronic systems. After Goodrich became part of United Technologies in 2012, he served as president of aerospace customers and business development.

1983

Anthony Hicks ’83 BSBA/’07 MED  was inducted into the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame in May. The Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization created to honor and recognize people who have made significant contributions to amateur and professional basketball in the Cincinnati metropolitan and surrounding areas, nationally and internationally.

1984

Robert F. Messerly ’84 BAU  , an attorney specializing in the area of real estate for the national law firm of Quarles and Brady, was ranked in the 2013 edition of the prestigious Chambers USA directory.

1985

Daniel ’85 BSBA and Julie ‘85 BSBA Jones Murphy  , are proud to announce that their daughter, Kelsey Anne Murphy, a Seton High School graduate, won the St. Francis Xavier full-tuition scholarship to Xavier. This is the same scholarship Julie won in 1981.

1985

T. Patrick Wilson ’85 BSBA  , a 20 year veteran in the financial services industry, opened a Cincinnati office for the Bridge Financial Group, a division of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. The office offers clients investment strategies, business succession and continuity planning, estate planning, employee benefit, life insurance strategies and long-term care solutions.

1986

Thomas Custer ’86 BSBA  joined FRCH Design Worldwide as vice president of marketing and client development. Prior to FRCH, Custer worked with Interbrand Design Forum in Dayton, Ohio, where he served as executive director of business development. A member of their executive leadership team, he was responsible for delivering new business revenue from clients in hospitality, restaurant, big box and specialty retail industries, among others.

1988

Tamara Kato ’88 MBA  received the 2013 Woman of Achievement Award from fellow members of the Arcadia, Calif., branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) for her significant contributions to AAWU and her community. Kato is president of Comfort Keepers, a business that offers home care services to seniors. She is also a volunteer and president of the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California for more than 20 years, is secretary of the Alhambra Case Management Board for seniors, and is the membership chair of the Arcadia Community Coordination Council. In addition, she is co-chair of the Alzheimer's Task Force-Dementia Education for Professionals and is a board member of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce.

1989

Deborah Bloomfield ’89 BSBA/’94 MBA  became chief financial officer at Catholic Health Partners in October. She was CFO of Mercy Health, which serves the organization’s central markets. She joined in 1992 after working at the accounting firm Ernst and Young.

1990's
1990

Cynthia Louis ’90 BGS  of Louisville, Ky., was named development director for Feeding America where she is in charge of fundraising, outreach, marketing and volunteer coordination. The Ohio native is a decorated U.S. Air Force veteran and a certified grant writer. She previously worked for VISTA at USA Cares.

1991

Barbara Boyne ’91 MBA  was named executive director for Bethesda North Hospital. She beginning her career as a staff nurse at Good Samaritan in 1983 and held various leadership roles over the years, including nursing manager, performance improvement consultant, director of revenue management and, most recently, director of access and care management where she was instrumental in creating one of Cincinnati's first hospital-based centralized pre-certification programs, which reduced the insurance selection error rate by 90 percent and increased point-of-service collections.

1991

Peter J. Healy ’91 MHA  became chief executive officer of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Milton, Mass., in August, leaving his post as a chief administration office and vice president at Boston Medical Center, where he has worked for the past eight years. Healy, who lives in Westwood, Mass., previously worked at Faulkner Hospital for 15 years.

1993

Kimberly Haney ’93 MBA  was promoted to vice president at Fifth Third Bank, where she was previously a business analysis manager. She’s worked at the Bank since 1990.

1993

Eliza Southard ’93 MBA  was named product support director at Nexcelle, a joint venture of GE’s Middle River Aircraft Systems and Aircelle (Safran), based in Cincinnati. Southard is in charge of managing all customer support activities, with responsibility for the company’s internal and external interfaces with the global customer community. During her career at Nexcelle’s GE parent company, GE Engine Services, she was the business partnerships leader for the GP7000/GEnx engine programs as well as for engine services component repair.

1994

Michael Witt ’94 MBA  was hired by DunnhumbyUSA, a leading customer-science company, as associate director of the technology service center. Witt, a resident of Fort Wright, Ky., spent 24 years at Convergys Corp., most recently serving as a senior technical consultant.

1996

Rob Moorhead ’96 MED  , superintendent of South Ripley (Ind.) Community School Corp., served as one of 11 mentors to the members of the inaugural Indiana Principal Leadership Institute at Indiana State University. The institute is a two-year experience designed to address the professional needs of Indiana public school principals with an emphasis on student success. Moorhead was principal of South Dearborn High School from 2003-2012, and as the associate principal at South Dearborn High School from 1998-2003.

1996

Julie Nolan ’96 MED  became principal at Windermere Elementary School in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Nolan was principal at Scioto Ridge Elementary School since 2002. Before that, she held teaching and administrative positions at Lakota Local Schools and Indian Hills Exempted Village Schools.

1998

Steven Patton ’98 BLA  was named group sales manager for the Four Seasons Resorts in Lanai, Hawaii, where he is responsible for developing and overseeing business opportunities in the Midwest for Manele Bay and The Lodge at Koele. Patton, who is originally from St. Louis, was previously account director for the 252-room St. Regis Princeville Resort on Kauai, receiving the Starwood Hotel Sales Person of the Year Award. Before that he was a global account director for Starwood Hotels and Resorts in St. Louis.

1999

Brenda Fisher ’99 MED,  a member of the Sycamore High School counseling team, was presented with the Ikron Career Quest School Counseling Recognition Award, for demonstrating outstanding efforts in the personal, social, emotional and academic development of students, as well as career and post-secondary planning for students. Nominees must also show involvement, leadership and initiative, while supporting student, school and professional needs. Fisher began her career in group and private counseling practices before earning her school counseling license and joining the counseling department at Sycamore in 2008.

1999

Michael Galvin ’99 MBA/’00 MHA,  administrator for The Christ Hospital Spine Surgery Center in Norwood, Ohio, received the 2012 CEO Award from United Surgical Partners International. He was one of three employees selected from approximately 10,000 employees nationwide. Selection for the award is based on performance benchmarks, enhancement of the company’s culture and continuous improvement that enables the company to exceed customer expectations. Before joining the Spine Surgery Center in 2009, he was administrator for Far Hills Surgical Center in Dayton, Ohio, administrator at Central Baptist-Physicians’ Surgery Center in Lexington, Ky., and manager of finance at Bethesda North Ambulatory Surgery Center in Cincinnati.

1999

Bianca R. Sculimbrene ’99 BS  was promoted to associate professor of chemistry with tenure at the College of the Holy Cross. Her research interests include the chemical processes of phosphorylation and peptide isoteres. She currently teaches organic chemistry and has been published in numerous scholarly journals including the Journal of the American Chemical Society and Tetrahedron. Sculimbrene lives in Fitchburg, Mass., with her husband, Tony, and son, Isaac.

2000's
2000

Chad Metzger ’00 MBA  was named by Nationwide Financial as the new member of the contribution investment only team to help drive sales of Nationwide Funds by retirement plan advisors. Metzger is regional vice president for the Midwest and Southeast territories. He joined Nationwide Financial in 2009.

2000

Juliann Renner ’00 MED  was named athletic director at Loveland (Ohio) High School. Renner began her career as a high school teacher at Loveland in 1997 before becoming assistant principal at Loveland Middle School in 2003. Renner also worked as the Locust Corner Elementary Principal in the New Richmond Exempted Village School District, where her building rated excellent and excellent with distinction from the State of Ohio for the past five years. She has nine years of coaching experience at both the high school and middle school levels.

2002

Bill Ames ’02 BA  was named publicity manager at Triumph Books, a sports publishing company in Chicago. Previously he held the position of senior publicist at Independent Publishers Group in Chicago.

2002

Emily Amlin ’02 MED  was recognized by Cincinnati Christian University as one of the Top 10 Teachers of Excellence based on nominations from administrators and principals at public and parochial schools throughout the region. Amlin, A native of Dayton, Ohio, has taught fourth grade in the Oak Hills Local School District for her entire 14-year career. She is the mother of three adopted children and one foster child.

2002

Keith Koehne ’02 MED  was named assistant superintendent of human resources for the Loveland City School District in April. He spent 19 years serving children in the Mariemont City School District, starting as a teacher in 1994. During his tenure, he also served as the Fairfax Elementary principal, the Mariemont Junior High School principal and the Mariemont City Schools technology director.

2002

Robert LaMothe ’02 MBA  was named minority business enterprise portfolio manager for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, where he provides analysis of the individual portfolio company’s performance and supports relationship-building between the companies and local corporations. LaMothe also assists with growth plans for minority business enterprises. LaMothe was previously a business fair lending officer for Fifth Third Bancorp. He has also worked in other positions at Fifth Third and PNC Bank.

2002

Chris Seelbach ’02 BSBA  , a Cincinnati city council member, was honored at the White House as a 2013 Champion of Change for his work with gay-related issues. He was one of 10 honored with the first award named for Harvey Milk, the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California in 1978. Seelbach was nominated by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network after he fought, unsuccessfully, for GLSEN to be allowed to march in Cincinnati’s St. Patrick’s Day parade.

2002

Stephanie Walker ’02 MED  was named principal of Amelia Middle School. Walker, who is pursuing a doctorate in educational administration from Concordia University, was principal of Amelia Elementary for the seven previous years. Before she was principal, Walker was a special education supervisor for West Clermont Local School District for four years and a special education teacher in the district for five years.

2004

Lisa Henke '04 BS  was promoted to senior programmer at the Highway Loss Data Institute in Arlington, Va.

2005

Fred Cranford ’05 MED  was named varsity football coach at Loveland High School. Cranford taught physical education at Bishop Fenwick High School for the last 15 years and was defensive coordinator on the football team from 1999-2005 and head coach from 2006-2013.

2005

Scott Kaufman ’05 MED  became assistant principal and athletic director at Lakota West (Ohio) High School. He was previously athletic director at Wyoming (Ohio) High School. Kaufman started his professional career as a middle school math teacher at Princeton Junior High where is also served as athletic director from 1998-2011.

2005

Alex Parlin ’05 MBA  was promoted to vice president for corporate banking at PNC Financial Services Group where he is responsible for serving the lending, capital markets and financial services needs of middle market companies in Greater Cincinnati. He has more than a decade of financial service experience, including commercial credit approval, portfolio management, credit analysis, and business development positions. Most recently he served as assistant vice president at PNC, where he was responsible for relationship management.

2006

Greg Himes ’06 MED  was hired by Clermont University of Cincinnati as the interim men’s head basketball coach. Himes coaching experience includes head coach at Southern State Community College from 2010-2012, assistant coach at Mason County High School and Bracken County High School as well as coaching several AAU teams. He was named Ohio Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2012 and OCAC Co-Coach of the Year in 2011.

2006

Katie Pospisil ’06 MED  is moving from principal of Fairfield Freshman School to the district offices where she serves as the curriculum coordinator for grades 7-12. Pospisil joined the district in 2004 as a high school history teacher. Since then she has worked as an assistant and principal at the middle school, and for the past years, principal at the freshman school.

2007

Chris Mathers ’07 BS/’11 MBA  is a senior associate of data solutions at dunnhumbyUSA, where he is responsible for developing innovative analytic solutions that allow dunnhumby’s clients to better leverage data assets in order understand shopping behavior and consumer trends. Prior to joining dunnhumby,. Mathers served as a technical lead at The Kroger Co. He lives in Cincinnati’s Over-The-Rhine district.

2008

Patrick Frambes ’08 MBA  was promoted to senior manager and team leader of the not-for-profit team at to Barnes Dennig, where he started his career in 2005 as a co-op on the NFP team. He spent the previous three years working with Barnes Dennig's construction-based clients.

2009

Keith Connolly ’09 BSBA/’11 MBA  was hired as an accountant by Barnes Dennig, the fifth largest accounting firm in Cincinnati. Connolly live on the West Side of Cincinnati, where he is an avid sports fan and Olympic-style weightlifting competitor.

2009

David Linger ’09 MBA  became chief executive officer of the University of Cincinnati Research Institute in July. He most recently served as the integration leader for GE Aviation’s acquisition of polymer and metal additive manufacturer Morris Technologies. Prior to that, he held a number of leadership positions at GE Aviation, including director of technology partnerships and commercialization, manager of technology transfer and licensing, and marketing manager for repair technology and licensing.

2009

Joe March ’09 BSBA  was promoted to officer at Fifth Third Bancorp. He is a transportation and logistics optimization manager. March joined the bank in 2009.

2009

Dr. Jacob Wasserman ’09 BS  joined Mason Family Pet Hospital after graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. While a student at Xavier, Dr. Wasserman was employed as a veterinary assistant at Mason Family Pet Hospital, and he also completed one of his senior veterinary student externships at the hospital. Dr. Wasserman is originally from Milford, Ohio. He and his wife live in Madisonville with a dog and two cats. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, music, and rooting for Xavier basketball.

2010's
2010

Jeff Fisher ’10 MBA  was promoted to vice president for credit risk management at PNC Financial Services Group. He has more than seven years of banking experience, including commercial credit approval, portfolio management and credit analysis. Most recently he served as assistant vice president at PNC, where he was responsible for a portfolio of clients in a similar fashion.

2010

Larissa Smith ’10 MED  was named principal at Fairfield Senior High School after serving a year as an assistant principal of the high school for a year and assistant principal at the freshman school for a year. Before coming to Fairfield, she spent three years as the choir director at Talawanda Middle School where she taught general music and coached track. Prior to that she was the choir director and taught middle school music in the South-Western Schools, near Columbus, Ohio.

2011

Zack Murphy ’11 BSBA  joined the Creative Department in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine district as social strategist. Prior to joining the company, Murphy cut his social media chops working with a wide variety of clients in a number of different industries ranging from health care to food to c-store.

2012

Elizabeth Heitker ’12 BSBA  married Marshal Carpenter in May at St. Francis de Sales Church in Cincinnati. Heitker is s client service project specialist at Paycor.

2012

Carrie Hester ’12 MED  , joined Hamilton City Schools as dean of special education.

2013

Christiny Betsch ’13 BA  was named marketing and corporate communications coordinator at The Dental Care Plus Group, a leading provider of dental benefits, after graduating in May. She previously worked as an intern for DCPG.

In memory of...
1939

Moore, William ’39 BS 

1941

Puttmann MD, William ’41 BS 

1942

Kloecker, Elizabeth ’42 BA (EC) 

1943

Kruer Sr., Robert ’43 BSBA 

1945

Bohlen, Mary Virginia Burns ‘45 BA (EC) 

1945

Holbrock, Marilyn ’45 BA (EC) 

1945

Hammeran, Mary Willke Robisch ’45 BS (EC) / ’70 MA / ’82 MED 

1947

Balmert, Francis “Frank” ’47 BA 

1948

Bernens, John ’48 BS 

1948

Crowe, John ’48 BSBA 

1948

Gootee, MD, Francis ’48 AB 

1949

Cullen (USN retired), Capt. James ’49 BS 

1949

Elsaesser, Stephen ’49 ND 

1949

Glaser, James ’49 BS 

1949

Wurzelbacher MD, Richard ’49 BS 

1950

Allen, Benjamin ’50 BSBA 

1950

Barnes Edythe Brauch ’50 BS (EC) 

1950

De Franco MD, Vincent James ’50 BS 

1950

Diehl, Suzanne ’50 BA (EC) 

1950

Dorr, Mary Elaine Kuechenmeister ’50 BA (EC) 

1950

Drennan, Robert ’50 BSBA 

1950

Jacobs, Joseph ’50 BS 

1950

Jesionowski, Benedict ’50 BS 

1950

Middendorf, Richard ’50 BS 

1951

Holmes, James ’51 BS 

1951

Nicoulin, Fred ’51 BSBA 

1951

White Sr., Robert ’51 BSBA /’61 MBA 

1952

Alexander, Andrew ’52 BSBA 

1952

Gearding, A. John ’52 BS 

1952

Morand, Joseph ’52 HAB 

1952

Phillips, J. Donald ’52 BSBA 

1952

Schmidt, Donald E. ’52 BS 

1953

Morse, Alfred ’53 AB 

1954

Biederman, Robert ’54 BSBA 

1955

Pettit, William ’55 BSBA/ ‘64 MBA 

1956

Brockhoff, James ’56 BA / ’64 MED 

1956

Diephaus, Edward ’56 BS 

1956

Holbrook, Earl ’56 MBA 

1956

Popp, Ralph ’56 BSBA 

1957

Cerimele, Benito “Ben” ’57 BS/ ’59 MS 

1957

Hilvers, Ronald A. ’57 AB / ’65 MED 

1958

Bachman, Robert ’58 BSBA / ’65 MBA 

1958

Fischer, Thomas ’58 BS 

1958

Huesman, Alvin ’58 BS 

1958

Stepanic Sr., George ’58 BSBA 

1959

Bockenstette, Charles ’59 BS 

1959

Corwin, James ’59 BS 

1959

Hammel, Kenneth ’59 MED 

1959

Hollenkamp, Nicholas ’59 BS 

1959

Joyce III, Joseph “Pete” ’59 BSBA 

1959

Powell, Thomas ’59 ND (not in Banner) 

1959

Thomas PhD, Louis ’59 MED 

1959

Wiedeman, Donald ’59 BS / ’63 MED 

1960

Burkhart, Martha ’60 MED 

1960

Souther, Orin ’60 MED 

1960

Trick, Rev. James ’60 MED 

1961

Zwick, Raymond ’61 AB 

1962

Fellinger, David ’62 AB; ’67 MBA 

1962

Lestingi, Anthony ’62 MBA 

1962

Phillips, Charles ’62 BSBA 

1962

Ossenschmidt, Carl ’62 BS 

1963

Ertel, Ned C. ’63 MBA 

1963

Hines, Mary Ann Huber ’63 BS (EC) 

1963

Toerner, Paul ’63 BA 

1964

Conlin RSM, Mary Patrick ’64 MHA 

1964

Kramer, Terrence ’64 MBA 

1964

Schubeler, Dale ’64 AB 

1964

Wilson Jr., Loren “Pete” ’64 MED 

1966

Lichtenberg, Thomas ’66 MED 

1966

Pucke, Lawrence ’66 BS / ’67 MED 

1966

Waltman, Sherwood ’66 MED 

1967

Misner, Sr. Barbara ’67 MA 

1968

Osterhus, James ’68 MBA 

1968

Williams, Mary C. ’68 MED 

1968

Cahill, James ’68 BA / ’70 MED/ ’70 MA 

1968

Fiorino, Joseph ’68 MA 

1969

Finley, John R. ’69 BS / ’72 MED 

1969

Hamilton, Horace ’69 MED 

1969

Kropilnicki, Sr. Laura ’69 MED (not in Banner) 

1969

Landers, Edward ’69 MBA 

1969

Rozier, Mary ’69 MED 

1969

Rohling, Thomas ’69 BS 

1970

Coughlin, Kevin ’70 BA 

1970

Flick, Ferdinand ’70 BS 

1970

Herschede, Mary Kathleen Hayes ’70 BS / ’88 MED 

1971

Gilligan, John Joyce ’71 LLD 

1971

Ruehlmann, Eugene ’71 LLD 

1972

DeWitt, John Lee ’72 MED 

1972

Horn, Evelyn Goldfarb ’72 MED 

1973

Bednarczuk, Robert ’73 MED (not in Banner) 

1973

Barker, Robert ’73 MBA 

1973

Carter, Richard ’73 MBA 

1973

Gervers, Robert ’73 MBA 

1973

Johnson, Marshall ’73 MED 

1973

Kirby, Alberta’73 MED 

1973

Moran, Ret. Lt. Col. Francis ’73 MBA 

1973

Nurre, William ’73 BSBA 

1973

Selonick, Peggy ’73 MED 

1974

Anter, Judith ’74 BA 

1974

Brosnan, Sr. Janet OSF ’74 MED 

1974

Burgard SND, Sr. Mary Marc ’74 MED (not in Banner) 

1974

Haglage, Robert ’74 MED 

1974

Love, Hazel ’74 MED 

1975

Atkins, Claire Ullman ’75 AB 

1975

Calbert, Jerri Lynn ’75 BA (EC) 

1975

Overmann, Phyllis ’75 MA 

1975

Welling Jr., Arthur ’75 AB 

1976

DeBurger, Michael ’76 MS 

1976

Hayes, Janet ’76 MED 

1976

Hills, Donald ’76 MBA 

1976

McDonough Sr., James ’76 BS 

1976

Overbeck, Lawrence ’76 MED 

1976

Purcell, Kevin’76 MBA 

1977

Flanigan, David ’77 BSBA 

1977

Prashaw, John ’77 MBA 

1977

Reed III, Dr. Jesse ’77 BS 

1978

Rinklin, Paul ’78 BA 

1980

Dustrude Jr., Raymond ’80 MED 

1980

Whitaker, Carl ’80 MED 

1982

Burst, Charles ’82 MED 

1982

Smith, Stanley ’82 MBA 

1983

Edwards, Sharon ’83 ABA/ ’91 BLA 

1983

Nutzel, Daniel ’83 HAB 

1984

Lutz, Caroline ’84 BSBA 

1984

Sundermann, Lynn ’84 MED 

1987

Easton, Sandra ’87 MBA 

1988

Ashley, L. Warren ’88 MED 

1989

Hoffman, Donna ’89 MED 

1989

Gentile, Margaret ’89 MED 

1989

Myers, Gerard ’89 MED 

1990

Dempsey, David ’90 BSBA 

1991

Long, Nancy Barton ’91 MED 

1991

Noel, Patricia ’91 BSBA / ’93 MBA 

1992

Harvey, Jerry ’92 MBA 

1992

Longevin, Scott ’92 MBA 

1993

Jansen, Matthew ’93 BSBA / ’96 MBA 

1995

Blake, Nancy ’95 BSBA 

1995

Tierney, Selena ’95 MBA 

1999

Dixon, Stephen ’99 BA 

2003

Wolff, Robert ’03 MED 

2005

Shafto, Aaron ’05 MA 

2006

Gleason, Denise ’06 MA 

2008

Rett, Michael ’08 BLA 

2009

Kessler, Joseph ’09 BLA