Entries tagged with ‘1988’
Four Gusties (l to r, Tad Marinac ’88 Minneapolis, Chris Halden ’78 Minneapolis, Rob Lunz ’70 Bloomington, and Lance Thorkelson ’73 Rochester) recently met at a Conference of the Appraisal Institute in St. Paul. All four have earned the MAI (Member, Appraisal Institute) designation for valuations of complex real estate interests. This news was [...]
Gusties gathered at St. Anne’s Lutheran Church with former Gustavus President James Peterson ’64 and the Rev. Susan Pepin Peterson ’65, who is serving at St. Anne’s as an interim senior pastor. This photo is of Ann DeLaHunt Burniston ’88, Hanna Manitz ’14, Kelsey Raasch ’14, former President Jim Peterson ’64, and Amy Mickelson Thompson [...]
Steven R. Butler ’88 1966 – 2012 On November 10, 2012, Steven R. Butler, age 46, peacefully rejoined our Savior, Jesus Christ. Steven Butler’s journey on Earth began in Laramie, Wyoming on May 9, 1966. Steven Butler attended primary and secondary schools in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. Upon graduation, he attended Gustavus Adolphus College in St. [...]
Dean Hyers ’88 sold his interactive media company (Digital Café) so he could direct an an independent movie (Bill’s Gun Shop) that got released by Warner Brother’s. Dean then became a spy-trainer, teaching acting to US and Canadian undercover agents at a federal spy school. This inspired Dean to take his knowledge of presence and presenting into corporate America, where he coached $2 billion of winning sales pitches. Co-developed with Pete Machalek [...]
In January 2012, I accepted a position with ATI Nursing Education as an Implementation Specialist, and in July 2012, I was promoted to Manager, Integration Services. I have been collaborating with nurse educators throughout the country to integrate ATI’s rich and robust nursing education products and resources into their pre-licensure nursing programs. I am in [...]
Hall of Fame Honor – Scott Wright ’88 was inducted into the Horace Mann Insurance Company Hall of Fame in June 2012 at its national sales conference in Paris, France. He was accompanied by his family, daughters Chloe and Caitlin Wright, and is pictured here with his wife Cara Price Wright ’90, Steve Cardinal, EVP [...]
Maryann Anderson Nelson ’88 recently opened a small animal veterinary clinic in North Mankato,MN. She offers laser surgery, in-house lab, digital x ray, wellness exams, sick animal care as well as hospitalization. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Rev. Jonathan Swenson, ’88, is answering a new calling. Swenson, who split his time at Gustavus between the Psychology, Theater and Music departments is now traveling to churches, colleges, conferences and retreats throughout the country performing WITNESSES –, a one-man, 8-character dramatic presentation on the life of Jesus. After nearly 20 years in parish ministry, [...]
This is a picture at the Federal Bureau of Prisons National Warden’s Conference in September 2011. The four of us began our career when former Gustie, Norman A. Carlson, 1955, was the Director of the Bureau of Prisons (a Presidential appointed position). Mr. Carlson gave several Gustavus Criminal Justice major students the opportunity do to [...]
In June 2011, the Bush Foundation announced the selection of 18 new Bush Fellows — the first cohort of the redesigned Bush Fellowship Program. Through courageous leadership and by bringing diverse opinions together, they will work through the tough problems their communities face to find meaningful solutions. Mary Dieter Larson (’88), Lifestyle Medicine Provider, at [...]
Warden Blake Davis (89) and Assistant Director Paul Laird (88) recently lead the first Department of Justice international treaty exchange between United States and Russia. During their diplomatic mission, they met with prison officials from the Russian Ministry of Justice and facilitated the first exchange of prisoners between the two countries. The Gustavus grads took [...]
This past year has been a busy one! Last summer, I and several colleagues were awarded a grant from Sigma Theta Tau International (the nursing honor society) and Assessments Technologies Institute (ATI) to conduct research related to the use of standardized nursing assessments in a BSN program. I have presented this research at ATI’s 2nd [...]
Twins, Madeleine and Sophia to Julia Nephew ’88 and Eric Bergman, 2/1/10. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Isabel (Liz) Rogan, x88, teaches critical care nursing, World Civ history, and nursing history at NE Methodist College in Omaha, NE, and was elected Faculty Senate President-elect this past May. She entered a doctoral program in Education for Health Professions Education. Her 16 year old daughter, Sylvia-Jean, is a champion rider of Arabian horses and [...]