Entries tagged with ‘1968’
Dear Class Of ’68 Brothers and Sisters, I only got to the Saturday events of the reunion, living now so far away, in Silver Bay, MN , on the Lake Superior North Shore, with no scheduled airport, but loved it nonetheless, and cherished it all the more for the short time I did get to [...]
I have moved from Edina, MN, a suburb of the Twin Cites, to Silver Bay, MN, above the North Shore, so every day I wake up with a clear view of Lake Superior out my southeast windows, deer all around, sometimes a wolf and 50 miles of wilderness out my northwest windows. The extra [...]
Bob “Fritchie” Edstrom ’68 and Julie (Kirchoff) Edstrom ’68 recently visited Joe Brazas and Karen (Lind) Brazas ’68 at their home in Channel Islands Beach, California.
Todd Jacobson ’68 retired from Travelers after moving back to St Paul from CT. He now spends his time enjoying the Mississippi River just outside his front door, volunteering weekly at the Minnesota Historical Society, and traveling to interesting corners of the world. Todd says “It has been fun!” This news was submitted using our Submit [...]
A cottage meeting was held at Brad Hanson’s ’76 on Wednesday, August 21. It was a fun gathering. Attendees are listed from left to right: Front Row: Jacque Brunsberg ’81, Rad Royer ’77, Tina Wold Royer ’78, Susan Hanson, Craig Nelson ’70, Doug Scheunemann ’68 Back Row: Brad Hanson ’76, Morgan Schlief ’78, Shannon Schlief, [...]
Gusties in the Washington DC area met on Saturday, April 14 for a Wines of the World Event at the home of David Magee ’83. Pictured: Dawn Nelson ’68, Anne Johnson ’84, JanaLee Sponberg ’68, David Magee ’83, Melissa Barkalow ’02, and Brittany Bauer ’11.
After having retired, Peter Millon ’68 has successfully un-retired to Park City Utah and gotten back into the ski business. After all, it’s all about fun and old friends. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Linda Soderquist Rosen ’68,of Ireland On My Mind.com, has recently been named Director of “7 Heavenly Nights in County Clare”, a Spiritual, Cultural and Adventure Retreat for Women to be held in Doolin, Ireland in May of 2012. This Irish retreat, which also includes daily sight-seeing adventures, is designed to give women what they desire [...]
The Department of Theatre and Dance at Gustavus presented the timeless classic Hamlet in Anderson Theatre this May 5-14, 2011. The matinee on May 8th was a particularly special performance because a few alumni and members of the cast from the 1966 performance of Hamlet attended that performance. Linda Gulder Huett ’66 played the role [...]
At the recent NCAA Division I Wrestling Tournament in March in Philadelphia, 4 former Gustie Wrestlers from the MIAC Championship Wrestling Team of 1965 re-united. From left to right: Ron Ackerman ’68, Gary Rettke ’65, Al Muehlhausen ’69, and Dave Johnson ’66 This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have [...]
Krista Gross Jass ’90 was recently appointed as a District Court Judge in the Fifth Judicial District, chambered in Blue Earth County (Mankato). Her dad, Bruce Gross ’68, serves as a District Court Judge in the Fifth Judicial District, chambered in Cottonwood County (Windom). They are the only father/daughter combo currently serving as judges in [...]
David R. Olson ’ 68 of Savage, MN died June 9, 2010 of a heart attack. Survived by wife Sharon (Tvete) ’72, children Kristin, John & Meredith. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Still working as a district court judge in Hennepin County. Now fifteen and a half years. My wife, Nancy, retired three years ago as a senior human resources manager at Wells Fargo. I think about two and a half years is what I have left — then retirement, travel and enjoy!! Our son is on [...]
Around 40 alumni, parents and friends gathered at the Corporate Executive Board headquarters in Arlington, VA, November 19. President Jack Ohle presented a campus update and a summary of Commission Gustavus 150.