Entries tagged with ‘1965’
Arlyn ’65 and Jeanne Mingus ’67 Tolzmann led a tour of Turkey in November, including a breath-taking balloon ride over Cappadocia. He became a mentor for an at risk student in December and continues at Advocate Sherman Hospital as a volunteer Chaplain in the emergency room two full days a week. “It is never a […]
The 2014 Faculty and Administrator Years of Service and Retirements are as follows: 10 Years Heather Banks, Health Professions Coordinator Troy Banse, Head Athletic Trainer/ATEP Instructor, Strength and Conditioning Coach Lencho Bati, Visiting Instructor in Geography Paul Budde, Adjunct Instructor in Music Jedediah Friedrich, Men’s and Women’s Nordic Skiing Coach Kiki Harbitz, Instructor in Health […]
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, […]
DeAnna Johnson Bourdaghs ‘65, Sandy, UT on February 1, 2014. She had a career in the ski industry. She is survived by her husband, Lynn, a daughter and her brother, Ken ’63. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
While visiting Skansen Park in Stockholm this past August, Jack Johnson ’65 and Judith Jagusch Johnson ’69 just happened upon the Jussi Bjorling Memorial Concert. What a delightful surprise! After Sweden, they went on to tour Denmark and Norway, but the Bjorling concert was one of the highlights of their trip. This news was submitted […]
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 […]
Anna Gaustad Motzko ’65 retired from teaching at St Louis Park Senior High in 2003 and again from Desert Ridge High School in Gilbert Arizona in 2008. Anna now lives in Sun Lakes, Arizona. Her daughter Sarah, a Gustie, lives with her family in Edina. They have two young boys and a girl on the way. […]
Having retired from Bible Society work, Stein Mydske ’65 enjoys visiting his daughter and her family, who live in Pasadena, Texas, where she is senior pastor of the Norwegian Seaman’s Church. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
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 […]
Charles B. Rodning ’65 currently serves as professor, department of surgery, college of medicine and medical center, university of south Alabama, Mobile, Alabama; president, alabama chapter, American college of surgeons; and president, medical society/county of mobile. He is a recent recipient of the distinguished service award form the alumni association, college of medicine, university of […]
Now retired from parish ministry, I have recently initiated my art photography business, MysTic Images. I am presently selling primarily photographs of local landmarks and of Italy. My wife, Marcia (Nelson), continues to work as a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist. Construction of a new hospital means she is about to move into a new office […]
Sandy Jameston Greer lives in Coppell Texas with husband Dave. Our son, Stephen and daughter Shannon now live in the Dallas area also. We still head to Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia during the summer and visit Minnesota each year in August. Gustavus Memories My beau Dave, attended Mankato State so we shared two close […]
I retired in 2006 after teaching in the medical lab sciences for 30 years at Rochester Institute of Technology (in NY). I have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. My husband passed away a few years ago, so when I retired I moved to FL (the Sarasota area) where I live in the winter. The remainder […]
I have just celebrated nine years on the faculty as Associate Professor in the College of Professional Studies, Bellevue University, Bellevue, NE. I have been the Program Director for the Master in Healthcare Administration (MHA) program for the past five years. My husband Dale has recently retired, and spends his spare time volunteering with feeding […]