Entries tagged with ‘1970’
When, after finishing a trail hike in Haines, Alaska, Terese Waters-McCabe (’80) asked a local hiker for the number of a taxi, she didn’t realize there would shortly be a mini-Gustavus/Minnesota reunion. The small Southeast Alaskan town has no taxi service, but Nancy Hanson Nash (’70) and husband Dwight, longtime Alaskans, offered to give Terese […]
Nat Peterson Torkelson ’71 and Bruce Torkelson ’70 are thrilled to announce the birth of their first grandchild, Tor Oliver Lane, born November 10, 2015 in Fort Worth, TX. Parents are Katie (Torkelson) & Jonathan Lane. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, […]
Dr. Craig A. Nelson ’70 shares, “I had my aortic heart valve replaced with a “St. Jude Holy Cow Valve,” on Oct. 19, 2015. Everything at Mayo/Rochester was wonderful and I’m almost finished with cardiac rehab and ready to get traveling again. Still working part-time doing interviews for the U.S. Census Bureau, and living in the […]
Jill Lindquist Hanson ’70 writes: “Daughter Carlie Hanson ’07 got married in Aruba on October 24, 2015. Just became grandparents to Emory Hanson, born July 3, 2015 in Melboune, Australia.” This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Bucky Zietz ’70 writes, “After retiring six years ago I began working part time at Snowbird Ski Resort so now I get to ski 100+ days each winter. I also work part time at Stonebrooke Golf Club so I can play many rounds of golf. To keep my mind active I have written the first […]
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 […]
Terri Ulku Behrends-Singer ’71 and Linda Jungck McMahon ’70 joined a group from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church for a combination church trip and safari in Tanzania in February. They spent 9 days in Bukoba, TZ (on the western shore of Lake Victoria) meeting with representatives of numerous church programs with the Northwest Diosese of the […]
Perry Schroeder ’70 retired from Watonwan County in St. James, MN, after nearly 34 years. Perry and his wife Linda will be moving to Brunswick, Georgia soon. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Sarah Timmerman ’04 married her best friend, Garry Jean-Pierre, on June 1st, 2013 with 16 fellow Gusties in attendance! Pictured: Josh Timmerman ’14, Jane (Feddersen) Timmerman ’70, Jessica Timmerman ’16, Amanda Timmerman ’08, Sarah ‘Timmerman’ Jean-Pierre ’04, Dennis Timmerman ’71, Sandra Karow Timmerman ’74, Russ Timmerman ’76, Elizabeth (Andreson) Moe ’04, Jane (Stenehjem) Timmerman ’75, Andrea […]
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 […]
A small group of Gusties from the early 1970s were able to catch up on campus! First Photo (from left to right): Kent Anderson ’71, Jim Lobdell ’71, Susan Kibler ’72 (skyping in), Dennis Timmerman ’71, Jane Feddersen Timmerman ’70, Janice Hartsook ’70 Second Photo (left to right): Janice Hartsook ’70, Dennis Timmerman ’71, Jane […]
Berta Lanterman Landin ’70 lives in the Rocky Mountains in western Colorado. She is treasurer, records manager, one of the webmasters and a board member for Colorado Pug Rescue. For fun when she’s not working, Berta skis in the winter and does a little RV traveling in the summer. This news was submitted using our Submit […]
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, […]
A group of 6 current Gustavus students visited and volunteered at the Saboba Medical Centre in Northern Ghana this January. The group traveled using contacts from Africa Partners Medical, a service organization founded at the Mayo Clinic. The medical director of the Saboba Center is a proud Gustie, Dr. Jean Young ’70. She came to […]