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1940s

Helen (Wegener) Holt ’45 received the Ruth Q. dePrida Award, the top honor given by the California Retired Teachers Association. The award recognizes retired teachers for service, dependability and dedication.

Marie (VonWalthausen) Plester ’46 reports that her memories of the College are still strong, including Dean Staudt, Dr. DeBruine, curfews, delicious meals at the Commons and writing for The Elm Bark. Marie volunteers at the local library and has been very active in her church since her husband’s death three years ago. She has three married sons, three daughters-in-law, four grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Seiji Aizawa ’47 toured Japan with the Japanese-American Korean War Veterans group in October 2013.

Barbara (Swanson) Fanslow ’49 and George Fanslow ’49 are all retired out!

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1950s

Warren Rohn ’50 recently co-wrote a jazz musical set in the South Central section of Los Angeles. The lyrics from the production spawned a booklet of poetic expressions, published by a close friend.

Gloria (Stade) McCain ’51 still works two days a week at age 83. She also volunteers two days a week.

Mildred (Brandt) (Newman) Wysong ’51 owned the Children’s Corner Child Development Center in Richmond, Virginia, before she retired.

Barbara (Feierabend) Ford ’52 recently celebrated her 84th birthday. She writes, “Like Ol’ Man River, I just keep rolling along. Or, more accurately, just driftin’ along like the tumbling tumbleweed, with an accent on ‘tumble.’”

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1960s

Robert Randall ’64 has published a new e-book, The Thinking Ministry of Jesus: Casting Out Logs for Renewing Church Life. Designed specifically for an audience of pastors and parishioners, the book offers a new perspective on Jesus and his teaching ministry.

Barbara (Tague) Zeller ’64 writes that she always enjoys attending her class reunions and that the campus has really changed in 50 years.

Ruth (Juengling) Beck ’65 retired in 2010 from active ministry. She was in co-ministry with her spouse, Robert David Beck, for nearly 40 years.

Carol (Chou) Adams ’68 and her husband are enjoying retirement in a Presbyterian Church-related retirement community in northern Florida. They team-teach courses on Asian religions in the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Florida, a continuing education program for retirees. They also teach courses in theology and Bible at the Chinese Christian Church of Jacksonville.

Anita Kallman ’69 retired recently from the Chicago Public Schools after 25 years of teaching elementary education at Hubbard School. Her husband, Paul Kallman ’69, also retired after 35 years in the advertising field. The Kallmans recently became grandparents to Max Manaois, whose parents are Jessica (Kallman) Manaois ’00 and Josh Manaois.

Alexander Rassogianis ’69 pays tribute to his childhood and Greek heritage in his new memoir, Return to Glenlord: Memories of Michigan Summers (www.iuniverse.com/iUniverse). An homage to family and friends, the book recalls summers spent in Berrien County, Michigan, in the 1950s and ’60s in the midst of a Chicago-based Greek community. Following graduation from Elmhurst, Rassogianis earned a master’s degree in history at the University of Wisconsin. He taught history in Chicago for more than 15 years and served as a compliance officer for the United States government. He also is the author of The Growth of Greek Owned Businesses in Chicago, Illinois:1900–1930.

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1970s

Angela (Sims) Haggins ’71 retired in 2011 from the Smithsonian Institution Libraries and has two grandchildren. 

James Poore ’73 has been going out with Jane Phee for 13 years and one month. They love every minute of it!

Kenneth Von Heidecke ’74 choreographed the dance segments for Aida at Lyric Opera of Chicago, Dallas Opera and the San Diego Opera. Earlier this year, the Chicago Festival Ballet performed his first full-length production of Giselle and he choreographed the comic ballet Coppelia.

Pamela (Dittmer) McKuen ’74 is co-author of a fashion how-to guide for girls, Expressionista: How to Express Your True Self Through (and Despite) Fashion (Simon & Schuster). The book helps girls identify their fashion personalities, build their fashion confidence and ward off fashion bullies.

Suzanne Carlstedt ’77 recently moved to New Mexico.

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1980s

Barbara (Hough) Roda ’81 has been named executive editor of Lancaster Newspapers in Pennsylvania. She is the highest-ranking female ever in the company’s editorial operation.

James Magrini ’83 is an adjunct professor of philosophy/ethics at College of DuPage, where he was named Outstanding Part-Time Liberal Arts Instructor in 2012–2013. He is the author of Social Efficiency and Instrumentalism in Education: Critical Essays in Ontology, Phenomenology, and Philosophical Hermeneutics (Routledge Press).

Julie (Perina) Miller ’84 was elected chairman of the Elmhurst Board of Directors in November 2013. Previously, Julie served in several leadership roles for the Executive Board of the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. As office manager and paralegal at Patrick T. Sheehan & Associates, Julie manages all aspects of the company, from negotiating contracts, preparing budgets and supervising staff to preparing financial statements and working with clients.

Dan Piemonte ’86 and his wife, Mary T. (Greco) Piemonte ’86, have a daughter, Natalie, who is a first-year elementary education major at Elmhurst College.

Pete DiCianni ’88, a DuPage County Board member, announced his run for re-election last October at his annual Fall Food Fest at Diplomat West in Elmhurst.

Tanya Rand ’88 is a Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant.

Art Draves ’88 has been named vice president-enterprise risk management for Blackhawk Bank in Beloit, Wisconsin, where he will oversee and implement the company’s process to mitigate risks in the areas of credit, liquidity, interest rate, marketing, compliance/legal, operations and reputation.

Chris Bruzzini ’89 performed two roles in The Woman in Black at the Theatre of Western Springs last October.

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1990s 

Jack Lowe ’93 has written a poetry chapbook, Cold Case Cowboys (Middle Island Press).

Rebecca Mulholland ’96 is working on an advanced degree in educational leadership: special education administration at Grand Valley State University.

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2000s

Judy (Pike) Locher ’02 graduated from DePaul University in June 2013 with a master’s degree in school counseling. She now works as a counselor at Palatine High School.

Dave Ensslin ’03 received the Entrepreneurship in Music Business Award on November 7 from Elmhurst Professor Tim Hays. The award is funded by the Coleman Foundation account, for which Hays is Distinguished Chair. Dave is lead guitarist for the band Sixteen Candles and owner/operator of the Double D booking agency, and was a student of Hays and music instructor Steve Suvada at Elmhurst.

Tom Herion ’04 has been appointed assistant principal at Bryan Middle School in Elmhurst.

Tess Golcher ’04, ’07 and Daniel Kosow ’05, ’07 are engaged to be married.

Ricardo Lamas ’05, a mixed-martial arts fighter, competed in the UFC Featherweight Championship on Super Bowl weekend.

Marsha Sumner ’05 has been named manager of spiritual care at the University of Chicago Medicine, where she is responsible for leading the team of chaplains, supervising other spiritual care staff and helping to integrate pastoral care into all aspects of patient care and interdisciplinary training. Marsha, acting minister at St. Mark UCC in Chicago Heights, previously served as staff chaplain at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital and provided spiritual care and counseling at Harbor Light Hospice in Merrillville and at Advocate Christ Hospital and Hope Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn. She earned a master of divinity degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary and a B.A. in theology and religion from Elmhurst College.

Karrie Pece ’06 gave a presentation to the Elmhurst College Human Resource Association about Disabilities and Diversity in the Workplace. She works for AutonomyWorks, a company dedicated to creating job opportunities for individuals with autism and other disabilities in the Chicagoland area and beyond.

Annie (Matich) Horn ’07 graduated from Chamberlain College of Nursing in 2012 with a master's degree in nursing. She works as an admissions liaison for the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Her husband, Dave Horn ’07, is a product planner at Motorola. He earned an MBA in general management from Keller Graduate School in December 2013.

Erin Joyce ’07 graduated first in her class in May 2013 from the University of New Mexico School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the New Mexico Law Review and published an article on a topic relevant to medical malpractice law.

Brett Eldredge ’08 was nominated for the New Artist of the Year award by both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association. He scored his first No. 1 hit this summer with “Don’t Ya.”

Chris Kudyba ’09 appeared on an episode of Wheel of Fortune in October.

Matt McDonald ’09 was hired in January for a customer service position at PartnerLogistics.

Jason Bonnert MCIS ’10 has worked in information technology since 2001. In December he launched two businesses: a consulting company and a firm devoted to software solutions.

Brian Firek ’10 is working as a senior traffic quality analyst at HERE, a Nokia company.

Lyndsie Long ’10 teaches physical education and health at Downers Grove South High School. She also coaches the girls’ varsity basketball team.

Jessica Perham ’10 completed her master’s degree in library and information science at Dominican University. She works as a librarian at a public library in the Chicago suburbs.

Carly Notorangelo ’10 graduated from Chicago Theological Seminary with a master of arts in religious leadership. She is now pursuing a master of sacred theology at Chicago Theological Seminary.

Steven Bauer ’11 is the new area controller at Advanced Disposal, an integrated environmental services company. Bauer will be responsible for all financial aspects of Chicago North, Northbrook and Evanston, including monthly and annual financial statements, analysis, budgeting, account and financial and capital planning.

Genesis Jelkes ’11 is a team leader at City Year Chicago, an AmeriCorps program that helps at risk students stay in school.

Michelle Swanson ’11 is pursuing a master’s degree in community counseling at Argosy University Chicago.

Regina Riesterer ’11 was hired at LKQ Corporation Treasury by Jack B. Brooks ’84. She will begin a master’s program in 2014.

Megan Bryar ’12 is engaged to marry Matthew Streit ’14 in August 2014.

Danielle Dobies ’12 and Associate Professor of Art Lynn Hill presented a two-woman exhibition of their work, “Experiences in India,” at the DeKalb Area Women’s Center in November. “Experiences in India” was inspired by the artists’ visits to India and the lives of the women they met there. The exhibit brings together works from the past few years that span several themes relating to Indian women. A master of fine arts candidate at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Danielle has been volunteering with NIU’s Department of Women’s Studies to create a mural using leftover donated tiles to adorn the department’s offices.

Erik Dornfield ’12 recently joined the Chicago Audit Practice of Deloitte.

Rebecca Krueger ’12 recently opened a photography business, PK Photography in Plainfield.

Michelle Petersen ’12 was given an English Teaching Assistantship award by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. She’s living in Brazil during the 2013–14 academic year to contribute to the education of university students who want to learn English.

Kathryn Pilson ’12 is pursuing a graduate degree at Northern Illinois University.

Mayra Ramirez ’12 was hired to work at LKQ Corporation Treasury by Jack B. Brooks ’84. She currently is working toward a Master in Professional Accountancy at Elmhurst College.

Jennifer Serrano ’12 graduated in May 2013 from Eastern Illinois University with a master’s degree in college student affairs.

Brittany Willeford ’12 has been accepted to the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in Urbana, which is one of only 28 veterinary schools in the nation.

Blaine Brown ’13 recently performed the role of Thuy in Miss Saigon at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora.

Jessica Cardella ’13 works at Argonne National Laboratory in the Safety and Quality Assurance Division.

Theresa Edmiston ’13 was hired to work at LKQ Corporation Treasury by Jack B. Brooks ’84.

Katarzyna (Kat) Karas ’13 was hired to work at LKQ Corporation Treasury by Jack B. Brooks ’84, and was promoted to the position of financial analyst in less than a year. She completed her Master in Professional Accountancy at Elmhurst College in December.

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BIRTHS

Joe Malatia ’92 and his wife, Kara, welcomed their first child, Jaxson Ellington Malatia, on June 25, 2013.

Christa (Peterson) Raska ’99 and her husband, Ryan Raska MBA ’05, welcomed their second child, Gregory Harper Raska, on October 17, 2013.

Kimberly (Trusco) Graaff ’00 and her husband, Craig, welcomed their first child, Amelia Cristine Graaff, on February 6, 2013. Kimberly also has a stepdaughter, Alexandria (19), and a stepson, Aiden (17).

Jessica (Kallman) Manaois ’00 and her husband, Josh, recently welcomed a son, Max Manaois.

Laurie (Rich) Salerno ’00 and her husband, Anthony J. Salerno Jr., welcomed their first child, Anthony J. Salerno III, on April 13, 2013. In December, they wrote that they were “just now getting enough sleep to remember to write in.”

Susan Krajewski ’01 welcomed her first child, Nicholas James Jackiw, on September 29, 2012.

Melissa (Hill) Kroplewski ’02 and Patrick Kroplewski ’03 became the proud parents of their second child, Jason Curtis, on Friday, September 13, 2013. Godparents are Daniel Michalski ’02 and Tracie Chrzanowski.

Denise (Cromer) Lippe ’02 and her husband, Nathan Lippe ’02, welcomed a daughter, Hannah Lynn Lippe, on May 11, 2013. Hannah’s big sister, Charlotte, was born In February 2010. Pat Cromer ’99 is the baby’s proud grandmother.

Tom DuFore ’04 and his wife, Jen (Moninger) DuFore ’05, welcomed their son, Michael DuFore, on September 30, 2013.

Jeana (Pavoni) Kwiecinski ’04 and her husband, Justin, welcomed their daughter, Evelyn Rose Kwiecinski, on October 1, 2013.

Jeffrey Logan ’04 and his wife, Cathi, welcomed their first son, Phillip James Logan, on April 14, 2013.

Erin (Drogos) DeSart ’05 and her husband, Chris DeSart ’05, welcomed their first child, Alexis Nicole DeSart, on June 25, 2013.

Nicole (Ruscheinski) Herion ’05 and her husband, Thomas Herion ’04, welcomed their second son, Leo Matthew Herion, this year. Big brother Tommy and the whole family are thrilled to have another Baby Bluejay in the family.

Susan (Neuhauser) Locke ’05 and her husband, Brooks Locke, welcomed fraternal twins, Andrew Benjamin Locke and Garrett Warren Locke, on December 17, 2012.

Amanda (Easter) Rossi ’05 welcomed a baby boy, Jack, in October 2012.

Jennifer (Cromer) Pudwill ’06 and her husband, Dustin Pudwill, welcomed their first child, Dylan James Pudwill, on April 11, 2013. Pat Cromer ’99 is the baby’s proud grandmother.

Kyle Bjerga ’07 and his wife, Jackie, welcomed their second child, Parker James, on October 19, 2013. Parker also has an older brother, Carson.

Annie (Matich) Horn ’07 and her husband, Dave Horn ’07, welcomed a daughter, Hope Amelia Horn, on May 7, 2013.

Hannah (Gifford) Kovach ’08 and her husband, Don Kovach ’08, welcomed their first son, Stephen James Kovach, in June 2013.

Robyn (Healy) Pike ’08 and her husband, Matt Pike, welcomed their first child, Reagan Geraldine Pike, on November 30, 2013.

Cami (Kreft) Rodriguez ’08 and her husband, Phil Rodriguez, welcomed a son, Dennis Andrew Rodriguez, on September 3, 2013. “Little Denny” has an older sister, Noelle.

Mary Kate (Rand) Davey ’09 and her husband, Kevin Davey ’09, welcomed a son, Oliver Everett Davey, on August 16, 2013.

Darien (Kaiser) Knight ’11 and her husband, Kyle Knight, welcomed their child, Walker Knight, on September 8, 2013.

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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES

Sandra (Cone) Ludwig ’63 will be celebrating her 50th wedding anniversary on June 6, 2014.

Ellen (Rasche) Pecoul ’63 and John Pecoul ’63 celebrated their 50th anniversary on August 18, 2013.

Barry Warren ’67 married Tom Brougham on July 11, 2013.

Judy Pike ’02 married Nick Locher in July 2013.

Christa Nayder ’03 married Garrett Hill on October 5, 2013. The wedding party included Sarah Wirth ’02 and Dan Adgent ’03.

Amanda (Easter) Rossi ’05 married in 2011.

Jill (Aparo) Burke ’07 and David Burke ’07 married in October 2008.

Deborah Olsen ’07 married Joshua Burmeister ’09 on January 4, 2013.

Ryan Applegate ’08 married Natassia Gaznick on October 19, 2013.

Kelly Smith ’08 married Will Martin on November 16, 2013.

Jessica Widacki ’08 married Shane Ladd on November 8, 2013.

Katie Gobey ’09 married Jim Ludvik ’07 on September 16, 2013.

Melissa Steirer ’09 and Angelo DeFeo ’10 were married on August 23, 2013. The wedding party included Stephanie Ferrini ’10, Andrew Gilson ’10, Kevin Cagney ’09, Tony Chan ’09 and Jason Neiswanger ’08. Guests included Evan Michel ’10, Anna Pryor ’08, Bob Pryor ’08, James Fitzgerald ’12, Matthew Fryer ’11, Courtney Ryan ’14, Matt Shea ’09, Lauren Genovesi ’09, Sean Padilla '11, Leif Mueller ’11, Kendal Cross ’11, Vito Dastice ’08, Chrissy Philo ’10, Francesca DeFeo ’13 and Nicole Spizziri ’10.

Briana Garza ’10 married Ryan Bessert on October 12, 2013.

Ray Lao ’10 married Jessica Slade on October 13, 2013.

Amanda Tekampe ’10 married Matt Duntemann ’10 on June 22, 2013.

Jimmy Riley ’10 and Sarah Pittman ’12 were married on April 12, 2014, in Lombard. Members of the wedding party from Elmhurst College included Pat Riley ’13, Alyssa Hartney ’14, Dan Rafter ’13 and Kim Richardson ’16. Jimmy is a P.E teacher and Sarah is a high school math teacher.

Kristen Gaudio ’11 married Stuart McCallum on October 19, 2013.

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DEATHS

Donald E. Rasmussen ’37, of Berkeley, California, on October 18, 2013

Kathryn L. (Gafford) Johnson ’38, of Aurora, Colorado, on September 2, 2012 

Marian (Mehler) Ludwig ’38, of Bel Air, Maryland, on September 11, 2012 

Walter R. “Bob” Grunewald Jr. ’39, of Twinsburg, Ohio, on January 2, 2014

Edith (Heyl) Campbell ’40, of Waterloo, on May 27, 2013

Gladys (Maier) Frick ’40, of Fort Collins, Colorado, on October 28, 2013

Egbert F. “Tex” Schietinger ’40, of Washington, D.C., on September 1, 2013

Margaret (Lindenberg) Morrell ’41, of DeBary, Florida, on November 6, 2013

Laverne (Solberg) Volbrecht ’41, of Champaign, on April 8, 2013

Dr. Francis Karasek ’42, of Sun Lakes, Arizona, on August 10, 2013

Virginia G. (Herzler) Nolte ’42, of Ballwin, Missouri, on September 27, 2012

Dorothy (Schumacher) Rest ’42, of Houston,Texas, on January 15, 2014

John W. Barcy ’43, of Peoria, on December 14, 2012

Kenneth M. Hepler ’43, of Cameron Park, California, on July 27, 2013

Shirley J. (Haupt) Picerno ’43, of Westchester, on June 5, 3013

Erma (Hahn) Willman '43, of St. John, Indiana, on January 10, 2014

Rev. John F. Baumann ’45, of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, on June 12, 2013

Joel P. Croll ’45, of Middleburg Heights, Ohio, on April 27, 2011

Rev. Frank Nagy ’45, of Hendersonville, North Carolina, on December 8, 2012

Rev. Theodore P. Crusius ’46, of Phoenix, Arizona, on May 6, 2012

Helena D. (Bizer) Mueller ’46, of New Braunfels, Texas, on September 25, 2012

Evelyn M. (Baum) Peterson ’46, of Madison, Wisconsin, on October 12, 2013

Duane S. Gerlach ’47, of Mount Clemens, Michigan, on December 24, 2013

Marjorie A. “Marge” (Meier) Hedlund ’48, of Rockford, on November 1, 2013

Patricia A. Teschner ’48, of Racine, Wisconsin, on December 29, 2011

Betty (Jakoubek) Buik ’49, of Lombard, on November 20, 2013

Nancy (Grossman) Mitchell ’49, of Novi, Michigan, on July 29, 2013

Rev. James O. Schneider ’49, of Houston, Texas, on August 3, 2013

Geraldine R. (Kappe) Deufel ’50, of St. Louis, Missouri, on August 6, 2013

Rev. Donald W. Hafner ’50, of St. Petersburg, Florida, on July 4, 2011

Clifford J. Janssen ’50, of St. Louis, Missouri, on January 14, 2014

M. Russell Jolly ’50, of Jemez Springs, New Mexico, on August 24, 2013

Roland W. Radloff ’50, of Sandy Spring, Maryland, on November 25, 2013

Frank W. Ward Jr. ’50, of Glen Ellyn, on January 28, 2013

Helen (Meyers) Kettelhut ’51, of Rolling Meadows, on January 17, 2014

Richard A. Lindner ’51, of West Seneca, New York, on January 9, 2013

Carol J. (Koepke) Pervinsek ’51, of Carrolton, Texas, on July 9, 2012

Earl H. Brueggerman ’52, of Woodstock, on September 27, 2013

Beverly (Landon) Fawell ’52, of Glen Ellyn, on June 22, 2013

Robert A. Lenhart ’52, of Monroe, Connecticut, on November 25, 2013

Leonard D. Alves Sr. ’53, of Bonita Springs, Florida, on November 4, 2012

Rev. Dr. Warren F. Best ’53, of Chicago, on January 9, 2013

Nancy E. (Ford) Handke ’53, of Clarendon Hills, on July 10, 2013

Ernest J. “Ernie” Rachau Jr. ’53, of Palatine, on April 15, 2011

Glenn F. Wood ’53, of Lombard, on November 26, 2013

Kenneth “Ken” Baker ’54, of Elmhurst, on December 15, 2013

Ruth M. (Bowlby) Bloom ’54, of Freeport, on December 24, 2013

John C. Craine ’54, of Glen Ellyn, on August 1, 2013

Rosalie J. (Deters) Davis ’54, of Glen Carbon, on May 31, 2013

Barbara P. Donald ’54, of Itasca, on May 25, 2011

Rev. Henry W. Korinth ’54, of York, Pennsylvania, on September 24, 2013

James W. Piotter ’54, of Largo, Florida, on April 11, 2012

Radleigh V. Beck ’55, of Madison, Wisconsin, on December 4, 2013

Helen (Boyington) Siep ’55, of Farmersville,Texas, on July 8, 2013

Wallace R. Blischke ’56, of Sherman Oaks, California, on December 2, 2013

Wallace Cordes ’56 of Fayetteville, Arkansas, on January 25, 2014

Esther K. (Held) Dettmann ’57, of Judson, North Dakota, on February 7, 2011

Manfred P. “Fred” Mortiz ’57, of Centennial, Colorado, on September 28, 2013

Lloyd L. Reimer Sr. ’57, of Terrytown, Louisiana, on January 13, 2014

Dorothy M. Shipe ’57, of Quincy, on October 12, 2013

Casey T. Vallee ’58, of Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, on September 8, 2013

Darlene R. (Lohrbach) Anderson ’59, of Sun City, Arizona, on June 29, 2013

C. Russ Campbell ’59, of Grayslake, on February 6, 2013

Rev. Wilbur R. Freed ’60, of Alden, New York, on February 20, 2013

Helen (Hutchinson) Sartorius ’60, of Freeport, on November 21, 2012

Clifford C. Schrupp ’60, of Detroit, Michigan, on September 11, 2013

Peter N. Poulos (formerly Gianacopoulos) ’61, of Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin, on May 11, 2013

Dennis Blome ’62, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on January 18, 2014

June M. (Koskinen) Keranen ’62, of Casey, on August 15, 2012

Thomas Wolff Dickens ’63, of Saint Charles, on June 25, 2013

Rev. Dr. Robert Rotgers ’63, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on July 20, 2013

Charleen Johnson ’64, of Palatine, on January 17, 2014

Carol S. (Ringering) Schindewolf ’64, of Edwardsville, on December 18, 2011

Catherine (Hyland) Curran ’65, of Wheaton, on June 15, 2013

Harold R. Morris ’65, of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, on November 23, 2013

Douglas L. Rosene ’65, of Arlington Heights, on January 29, 2013

Rev. Robert W. “Bob” Strong ’65, of Quincy, on June 22, 2013

Rev. Russell H. Landolt ’66, of Portland, Maine, on August 8, 2013

John C. Bettmann ’67, of Asheville, North Carolina, on April 18, 2012

Lynn (Goldberg) Gutekanst ’67, of Chicago, on August 19, 2012

Marguerite (Billings) Neff ’67, of Lombard, on December 28, 2013

James G. Kosik ’68, of Villa Park, on January 10, 2014

Jacqueline A. Morris ’68, of Spencer, Indiana, on December 12, 2012

William R. “Bill” Cherwonick ’69, of Naperville, on October 24, 2013

Keith A. Meyer ’70, of Hoffman Estates, on December 25, 2013

Billie Jean Miller ’70, of Elk Grove, California, on September 25, 2012

Patricia (Chessman) Bergstrom ’71, of Barrington, on October 12, 2013

Gail Richard Dietz ’71, of Crystal Lake, on October 4, 2013

Kathleen E. “Kathy” (Friebus) Hohl ’71, of South Bend, Indiana, on December 10, 2013

Leonore C. (Rosenboom) Nillissen ’71, of Sycamore, on July 22, 2013

Andrea M. Dubnick ’72, of Leaf River, on October 21, 2013

Richard R. Kuehl ’72, of Lombard, on October 9, 2013

Rudolph J. Pyrczak ’72, of Galena, on September 24, 2013

Christopher Parrilli ’73, of Fort Myers, Florida, on October 27, 2012

Rita F. (Walker) Pierson ’73, of Houston, Texas, on June 28, 2013

Ronald E. Belanger ’74, of Thousand Oaks, California, on July 3, 2011

Joel A. Brash ’74, of Deerfield, on October 20, 2011

Joy (Vanda) Castic ’75, of Schaumburg, on May 9, 2013

Barbara E. Mijou ’75, of Winter Haven, Florida, on February 18, 2013

Susan G. Barton ’76, of Bloomingdale, on August 10, 2013

Carol J. Buelow ’76, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on June 16, 2013

John A. McCarthy ’76, of Carol Stream, on August 10, 2012

John H. Rauen Jr. ’76, of Aurora, on November 9, 2013

Peter A. Tomares ’76, of Glen Ellyn, on December 28, 2011

Doris M. Schlembach ’79, of Bartlett, on December 22, 2012

John A. Spenk ’79, of Plano, Texas, on June 25, 2013

Sharon H. (Evenson) Hester ’80, of Longmont, Colorado, on March 10, 2011

Betty L. Phillips ’80, of Helena, Alabama, on December 8, 2011

Victoria (Warneke) Hegerich ’85, of Vancouver, Washington, on January 14, 2014

Steven D. Robinson ’86, of Carol Stream, on June 3, 2011

Gladys M. (Filipek) Schindler ’86, of Deerfield, on September 4, 2013

Charles D. Gibney ’87, of Geneva, on February 18, 2011

John S. Leahy ’87, of Camp Lake, Wisconsin, on September 18, 2012

Geraldine Flanagan ’88, of Newbury Park, California, on December 3, 2012

Dorothy M. (Masnyk) Sweatt ’88, of Cumberland, Rhode Island, on June 10, 2013

James E. Bieber ’89, of Batavia, on January 14, 2013

Judith A. Trocke ’89, of Tucson, Arizona, on September 30, 2013

Grace E. Buege ’91, of Sarasota, Florida, on December 15, 2012

Karen D. Bauer ’95, of Centreville, Virginia, on July 19, 2013

Marla F. (Fawell) Fitzgerald ’96, of Lombard, on January 25, 2013

Rhonda L. (Gosch) Ingraham ’99, of Glendale Heights, on April 4, 2013

Daniel P. Ryan ’99, of Chicago, on July 12, 2013

John R. Giovannoni ’02, of Palatine, on January 13, 2013

Jeremy D. Outlaw ’02, of Elkhart, Indiana, on June 29, 2012

Lilli A. (Moore) Panttila ’10, of Rochelle, on August 3, 2013

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