Archive for April, 2014

Jon Farnsworth ’04

Bennett Lee Farnsworth was born on April 17, 2104 to Elyse Farnsworth and Jon Farnsworth ’04. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

Jonathan Peasley ’08

Jonathan Peasley ’08, married Mary Nelson in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on June 23rd, 2012. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

The Heilman Family

Roy Heilman ’00 sang the Evangelist part in the Bach Passion on Good Friday and the Messiah on Easter Sunday in Lindsborg, KS – Bethany College Oratorio Society.  It is a tradition of over 130 years! Dr. Greg Aune (professor of music and conductor of the Gustavus Choir) and his wife, Julie, drove down to […]

Kyle Hunt ’10

Kyle Hunt ’10 will be graduating this May from the University of Illinois College of Dentistry with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree. After four years in Chicago, Kyle will be moving back to Minnesota to practice dentistry with his father, Dr. Walter Hunt, in Roseville MN. This news was submitted using our Submit Your […]

Mark Nechanicky ’95

Mark Nechanicky, GAC ’95 Physics University of Michigan, M.S.E Materials Science Engineering University of Michigan, M.A. Elementary Education Currently 4th grade teacher in Albert Lea, MN. Last spring I was awarded one of about 30 national Fulbright Teacher Exchange awards and was matched with a fourth grade teacher, David Goodchild in England. For this entire […]

Ava Suzuki-Lambrecht ’08

Ava Suzuki-Lambrehct, Class of 2008, recently started working for the Minnesota Philanthropy Partners in Saint Paul, Minnesota in April 2014. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

John Holt ’70

From a pool over nearly 3,000 proposals, John Holt ’70 and 177 other scholars and artists have been selected to receive fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation. Holt’s fellowship will allow him to research and write about Buddhist/Muslim tensions in Sri Lanka and Burma. Holt has written or edited 11 books and scores of articles about […]

Mavis McClure Langsjoen ’44

Mavis McClure Langsjoen, class of 1944, died April 10, 2014, in Ocala, Florida. She was preceded in death by husband, Odin Langsjoen, class of 1943. She is survived by daughter, Linnea Langsjoen Hagemeister, class of 1967, son Erik and daughter-in-law, Mary Copouls Langsjoen, both class of 1972. This news was submitted using our Submit Your […]

Vicki Krenik Hedlin ’64

Memories: Choir tours – being snowbound in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan and singing and duet with Bill Holm in Town Hall, NYC. Wahlstrom Section 7’s “Talent” shows. Classes from Gerhard Alexis, George Anderson, Charles Hamrum, Don Gustafson, Robert Esbjornson. Life Path: I taught senior high English for four years in three states, as Monsanto moved Larry around […]

Marissa Shepherd ’12

Marissa Shepherd ’12 started working for Chemtex Corp in Lakeville MN as a Chemist where she tests water samples from companies and cities to ensure environmental quality and that their systems are working. She also accepted admission for the Fall 2015 Water Resource Science Masters Program at the University of Minnesota. This news was submitted using […]

Marnie Nelson ’04

Marnie K. Nelson ’04 is now an Education Abroad Coordinator at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

2012 Gather with GYA

So fun to see all the 2012 grads at the Young Alumni Happy Hour! 😀 This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

Bryce Anderson ’99

Bryce Anderson ’99 joined Hays Companies as a Commerical Lines Insurance Placement Specialist 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!

Roger Hanson ’65

Since retiring from teaching Biology and Physical Science Roger Hanson ’65 has some extra time between hunting seasons so he took up wooden duck decoy carving. Roger says, “It can best be described as an insane hobby.” This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, […]