Entries tagged with ‘1979’
GAC alumni employed by Pace Analytical Services, Inc. gather for a group photo at work. This is the largest number of Gusties Pace has ever had on staff! From left to right: Adam Haugerud ’02 Environmental Studies, Economics minor, Kabor Xiong ’10 Sociology/Anthropology, Biology minor, David Randall ’10 Chemistry, Alice Schwantes ’10 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Chemistry, Andrea […]
Karen Ohm Eckenrode ’79 is now the Membership/Data Systems Manager at Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Hopkins, 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!
Wendy Johnson ’79 was one of 5 artists jury-selected to participate in the 2012 Minnesota Landscape Arboretum outdoor installation exhibition “Dirt-O-Rama” (May-October, 2012). Her installation was titled “Earthly Coat”. It was a 7-foot tall, needle-felted, accessible wool coat that stood outdoors on the Arboretum grounds for the length of the exhibit. Wendy decorated it with needle-felted images […]
Steve Sullivan Joins Houston Office of Independent Executive Compensation Advisor Pearl Meyer & Partners Will Focus on Expanding Services Delivered to Healthcare Market NEW YORK, February 14, 2012 — Independent executive compensation consultancy Pearl Meyer & Partners announced today that Steve Sullivan has joined the firm as a Vice President in the firm’s Houston office, […]
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- […]
Old 1978 dormmates, Scotty Johnson, “Rube” (Rob) Anderson, Jim Johnson, and Steve Ledin, met up at the Northeastern Bar in Cloquet, MN on 18 Aug 2012. Jim retired in May 2012 from the FAA after 20 years as an air traffic controller and is an ‘empty nester’ with his wife Nancy Miller Johnson ’79 in […]
Wendy J. Johnson ’79 was one of five artists accepted into the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum 2012 outdoor exhibition “Dirt-o-rama” (June 6-October 14, 2012). Wendy’s creation was a 7-foot tall, accessible needle- and wet-felted wool coat she titled “Earthly Coat.” Her artistic statement for the piece: “It’s a perfect circle of life: As soil beautifully clothes […]
Kelly P. Coleman ’79, PhD, DABT, Maple Grove, MN, has been named a Distinguished Scientist at Medtronic where he serves as the company’s chief toxicologist. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Toxicology at the University of Minnesota. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd […]
Third generation Gustie, Andrea Rosenberg ’14, joined her grandpa, Vern Johnson ’54 in Annandale, Minnesota, for a few days over Christmas break. Her mom, Deb Johnson Rosenberg ’79, was also part of the celebration. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let […]
Carl S. Malmberg ’77 and Renee Rule Greer ’79 are volunteer staff at the Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree celebrating the Scout Centennial. Rene is the Southern Region Chief Nursing Officer and Carl Malmberg is Staff Physician Assistant for Southern Region Medical Hub #1.
There are ten Gustavus alumni teaching or working in the Cannon Falls School District. They are from bottom to top (according to the picture): Luke Audette ’08-hs math; Jake Winchell ’07-Community Ed Coordinator; Kristin Welsh Kirk ’06-School Psychologist; Kristen Ransom ’03-4th grade; Jaime Quam Winchell ’02-4th grade; Amanda Ludeman Thompson ’98-hs biology; Carrie Bauer Schliep […]