Entries tagged with ‘1976’
Judy Mader ’76 retired from the State of Minnesota/MN Pollution Control Agency in August 2012 after 27.4 years of service. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
This photo was taken at the September 18, 2012 Stearns-Benton Bar Association meeting where Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Barry Anderson ’76 spoke. Justice Barry Anderson is running for re-election this fall. Hailey Harren ’07 met Justice Barry Anderson (’76) after his speech and introduced herself as a fellow-Gustie. This news was submitted using our Submit Your [...]
Lynnea Piotter Myers ’05 and Heidi Pettis Meyer ’98 were the co-directors for the inaugural Gustavus Adolphus College Summer Institute of Nursing. The Summer Institute welcomed nursing alumni back to campus for a panel on nursing roles. In the photo below: (L to R: Jennifer Lammert ’86, Barbara Zust ’76, Margaret Swanson ’71, Diana Neal- [...]
Sandy Johnson ’76 has a 3rd grade teaching job at Lifegate Christian school in west Omaha, she also has worked at the King of Kings Lutheran library for 18 months. With her budget she enjoys buying the new books. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd [...]
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, [...]
Milo Lundblad ’76 completed his 28th Chicago to Mackinac Island sailing race last month. The race is 333 miles long and the longest annual fresh water race in the world. Milo finished second in the Double Handed Division. Raced on a Tartan Ten named Amateur II with another good Swede, Bill Fagerstrom (but not a Gustie). [...]
Eric Schmidt ’02 married Annie Deanovic, daughter of Jim Deanovic ’76 and Deb Walker Deanovic ’80, on June 30, 2012 in Minneapolis, MN. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Eva Erickson Cornell ’08 and Christopher Stark ’08 were married at the McNamara Center, Minneapolis, MN. Gustavus attendees included (left to right): (Back row) Tom Anderson ’73, Kim Erickson ’76, Nancy Frinkman ’76, Mike Phillips ’06 (Second row) Shawn Mai ’86, Becky Eggert Thoen ’84, Jim Cornell ’83, Becky Anderson ’76, Kate Leibfried ’08, Josh [...]
Brian Myhr ’76, Coral Springs, Florida, is not only vice president of information technology for Fairlane Financial Corporation, but he is an accomplished bassist with the Florida Grand Opera. In March 2011, Myhr will perform Beethoven 7, Mendelssohn 5, Rocky 2 and Beethoven 3 with opera series Tosca, Don Giovanni and Cyrano coming up this [...]
Pastor Ted and Marcia Kunze (’76, ’77) and Amanda Skarphol (’10) were part of a group that traveled to South Africa in February from the Shetek Conference (ELCA) in Southwestern Minnesota. They went to do mission service projects with their “companion” parishes in the Ondini Circuit in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. They were surprised to meet [...]
In 1987, Christian Dummer came from Italy to his father’s home town of St. Peter, Minnesota, to attend Gustavus Adolphus College. In June, 2010, recent Gustie graduate Laura Dummer and her parents visited Christian in Italy. They brought him a Gustavus shirt and donned their own for a Gustie photo. Pictured left to right are [...]
In Memoriam: Pauline Yoman Lang ’76 of Bend, Oregon, passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on May 24, 2010. She was a vision services teacher with High Desert Educational Service District of Bend. She is survived by her husband, Donald Lang, and son, Peter, of Bend, Oregon, daughter Lene Lang of Beaverton, Oregon; sister Faith [...]
Brian Smith ’00 and Kelly Colvin Smith ’00 enjoyed a return to campus during the Alumni Reunion Weekend. Brian was the male recipient of the Alumni Association First Decade Award and was able to share in his recognition with former physics professors and family. Proud Gustie family members attending the ceremony include: Melinda Moen Batz [...]
Charlie Johnson is retiring after 34 years of teaching music at Pillager Public schools in Pillager, Minnesota. His wife Sue is also retiring from teaching music in Brainerd. Their first big plans are to travel to New England for the fall leaves. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have [...]