Entries tagged with ‘1973’
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 […]
Gratia Hokanson Johnson ’73 retired in June 2014, from 29 years of school nursing at NRHEG (New Richland, Hartland, Ellendale, and Geneva) Public Schools. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Drs. James Turner ’73, Kevin Bjork ’79, and Dawn Krabbenhoft Stapleton ’01 traveled to Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala for a medical mission trip in January of 2016. Many surgeries were performed over the week, as well as some projects to improve the Hospilito Atitlan. A large team was involved with the mission included past alumni Martha […]
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 […]
Kristine Haataja ’73 has been appointed to the Napa County Mental Health Board. The Board is responsible for reviewing and evaluating the mental health needs of the community, auditing services and facilities that receive county funding, and advising the county Mental Health Director and Board of Supervisors regarding any aspect of County Mental health programs. […]
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 […]
Tim Blais ’73 writes, “Life is good. Retired for five and a half years while my wife is working. I started building a new cabin on Rainy Lake in Canada last summer and will continue to do so this summer. I would like to hear from old friends and classmates. firstname.lastname@example.org” This news was submitted […]
Wally recently retired from Luther Memorial Church in South St. Paul, MN. Cindy continues working at Health Partners in St. Paul. Their 11 year old grandson who lives with them keeps them busy! This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us […]
Sharing a picture of Gustie co-workers – “Standing behind the BBB”. This picture was taken at the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota’s headquarters in Burnsville. We realized we were all Gusties – AND that the four of us represent four decades from GAC – cool! Jeff Pedersen ‘84 Ryan Luecke ’08 Becky […]
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 […]
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 […]
Bob Moilanen ’73 was appointed to the Board of the Minnesota Commission on National and Community Service (Americorps) by Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
All three of Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton’s appointees to the Electronic Roster Task Force have Gustavus connections: Kathy Bonnifield ’94, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Max Hailperin, and Vaughn Bodelson ’73. The three are pictured here at the September 12, 2013, meeting of the task force, which is to make recommendations to the Minnesota legislature […]