Entries tagged with ‘1981’
Jo Gjertson- Frederiksen ’81 is the director/dancer of the School for Education in Dance. She received her Ed.D. art and art education from Teachers College, Columbia University 2/10/2016. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!
Scott Dee ’81, DVM, received the American Association of Swine Veterinarians’ 2016 Howard Dunne Memorial Award during the association’s 47th Annual Meeting February 29 in New Orleans, LA. The award recognizes an AASV member who has made important contributions and provided outstanding service to the association and the swine industry. Scott earned his DVM in […]
Renae Crosby ’81 writes, “I have been employed by GlaxoSmithKline in Research Triangle Park, NC, for 27 years. I am currently working in Infectious Diseases. I volunteer for a local animal rescue group and am training my dog in agility.” This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news […]
Dawn Ebeling ’81 writes, “I was able to travel to Florence and Tuscany Italy, with a wine group. The wine and food and sights were fabulous, wish I had more time to travel, but tax returns and clients do not go away.” This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have […]
Tom Skold ’81 was featured this season on Iowa Public Television’s program Iowa Ingredient. The show featured two recipes with Iowa hazelnuts, a fennel slaw and a saffron risotto. The episode aired first in May, but may be seen online. Tom lives in Decorah, Iowa and is executive chef of Restauration Restaurant in The Hotel […]
Laurie Meuser Goodwater ’81 works as a Licensed Social Worker at Harmony River Living Center (skilled nursing facility) in Hutchinson, Minnesota.
Denise (Schmitz) Anderson ’80 is serving as pastor for Little Norway/Squaw Creek Lutheran Parish, rural Black River Falls, WI. Her husband, Kevin Anderson, ’81, continues to work with Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, IA, as Registrar and Assistant to the Academic Dean. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have […]
Gusties training Gusties! On July 12th, 2013 Kendra Ractliffe ’06 completed her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of South Dakota. Another former Gustie, Dr. Michael Granaas ’81 served on her dissertation committee. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let […]
Taylor Granlund McMillan ’08 recently started a new company, Consult A Handyman, with her father Jonathan Granlund ’81. They launched at the end of February at the 2013 Minneapolis Home and Garden Show, and were chosen as one of 17 vendors to showcase their service on “Innovation Avenue” as one of this years new and innovative home […]
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, […]
The Family Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association awarded Michael D. Dittberner ’81, Esq., of Linder, Dittberner & Bryant, Ltd., the Designation of Distinguished Member of the Family Law Section at the Family Law Institute on March 27, 2012. The award recognizes Mr. Dittberner’s longstanding and prodigious efforts on behalf of family law […]
The Class of ’81 had quite the 30-Year Reunion! Flash mob, good times, and laughter all rolled up into one great Homecoming/Reunion Weekend. Thanks to all who worked hard to make it a good one!
Leandra Peak ’83 has long been a favorite as half of the Minneapolis-based folk duo Neal & Leandra (with husband Neal Hagberg ’81). Now she steps out front with her first solo recording, The Honeysuckle Vine: Lullabies for Everybody. Lullabies have been a musical thread throughout Leandra’s life. She remembers her mother singing to her […]
I’m Neal Hagberg ’81 and my news has more to do with Gustavus, hopefully, than me. I was just informed that Gustavus is starting a Friends of Music at Gustavus chapter for those whose lives and careers have been impacted by Gustavus music. Without the encouragement of faculty, fellow students, and alumni, I would not […]