Entries tagged with ‘1972’
Deborah Jean Templin ’73 met up with fellow Gustie, Jon Erik Carlson ’72 in Manhattan, NY.
Mark Matuseski ’73, Steve Balach ’73, Lee Youngdahl ’75 and Jon Erik Larson ’72 spent what is proving to be an annual Gustavus mini-reunion exploring the battlegrounds at Gettysburg in late October. Jon Erik is still a good half foot shorter than the other participants. Plans are to explore Yorktown next year. This news was […]
Bernard Powers ’72 is co-authoring We Are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel. The book is being published by HarperCollins Publishing 6/14 around the one-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel shooting in Charleston. The book is a multi-layered exploration of the tragic events as well as a deep dive into the “why” this church […]
Both Dick ’71 and Arla ’72 Prestin are enjoying retirement following Dick having worked for Xcel for 37 years in various capacities and my having spent 23 years as an elementary teacher. They stay busy with service work in the community as well as at our church and find it easier now to find time for […]
Jon Erik Larson ’72 writes, “J-Term 2016. I am in the first week of teaching a class entitled “Monopoly, Competition & Environmentalism in the U.S. Power Industry” for the Economics & Management Department at Gustavus. The course is based on my experiences as an investment and, later, merchant banker in New York. The course is […]
Steve Balach ’73 writes, “I am in my tenth year of teaching ESL in Loudoun County, Virginia. My spare time is devoted playing guitar, focusing on classical and occasionally playing at local house concerts. In mid-October, fellow Gusties Mark Matuseski ’73, Lee Youngdahl ’75, and Jon Erik Larson ’72 joined me for a weekend reunion […]
John R Nord ’72 started Adler Graduate School in Feb ’15 to earn a MA in Marriage, and Family Therapy. He married Sally Beck on July 11, 2015. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Pictured left to right: Seth Midura '04, Jessica (Brandanger) Midura '04, Seth Lundahl '04, Jessica Kovarik '04, Tom Osthus '04, Alicia (Jacobs) Osthus '03, Kurt Bauerly '04, Chris Van Hoven '05, Jennifer Pallas '06, Andy Healy '04, Jenna (Wellman) Boulay '06, Austin Boulay '06, Brent Kath '04, Greg Baldus, Sean Hogan '04, Andrea (Wellman) Kath […]
Sandee Brekke ’72 writes, “On Aug. 21, I resigned my position as Director for Access Services at Stanford University’s medical library in order to move to a new home in the heart of London. I plan to spend the next two years traveling to various locations in Europe – just returned from a great week […]
Dorothy and Vernon Hedlin ’72 are still actively involved in their grain and beef farm as well as owning and operating the local animal feed business in Farwell. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
James C. Kunelius (Korny) ’74 passed away on June 28, 2013. He was a planner at RR Donnelley. He is survived by his wife, Mary Anderson Kunelius ’77 and daughter, Leigh (Kunelius) King ’02 as well as two sons, John and David. He is also survived by a brother, Donald Kunelius ’72 This news was […]
Paul Hoff ’72 joined the French business school EDHEC’s Risk Institute to head the business development of a new venture in financial services, Scientific Beta. The new service is a series of equity benchmarks and a robust risk analysis package created to assist asset owners, pensions and fund managers to better control risk in their […]
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 […]
David R. Olson ’ 68 of Savage, MN died June 9, 2010 of a heart attack. Survived by wife Sharon (Tvete) ’72, children Kristin, John & Meredith. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!