Entries tagged with ‘1984’

Julie Anderson Wawczak ’84

Julie Anderson Wawczak writes, “I was able to semi-retire from working in an elementary school library in May. I decided to continue to sub in different local districts to enjoy seeing the students. My son did not decide on GAC, but continues his education at Carthage, another great ECLA school.” This news was submitted using […]

Kari (Boorsma) Woodson ’84

Kari (Boorsma) Woodson ’84 is leading a Thrivent Builds/Habitat for Humanity global trip to Poland June 10-19, 2017.  Recruiting team members to join.  If you have a desire to help others, a sense of adventure, and a willingness to step outside your comfort zone, this may be the trip for you.  For more information, contact […]

Peter Ford ’84

Peter Ford ’84 is a Olympic Security Coordinator at State Department, Diplomatic Security in Rio De Janeiro.  He is a Special Agent with Diplomatic Security, which is the security arm of the U.S. Department of State.  He was a senior U.S. representative, representing 23 different U.S. federal agencies, responsible for developing, coordinating, and implementing all […]

Robin (Peterson) Hughes ’84

Robin Peterson Hughes ’84 is a choir director at Minnesota Ambassadors of Music. The Minnesota Music Ambassadors Choir is comprised of high school students from Minnesota who tour and perform every other summer in London, England; Paris, France; Crans-Montana, Switzerland; Seefeld, Austria; Rothenburg, Germany; and Venice, Italy.  Hughes rehearsed and conducted this group of exceptional […]

Damon Larson ’84

A few good friends from the class of ’84 gathered for a weekend in Denver, June 10-12. Pictured from left to right: Keith Paap, Randy Halter, Mitch Anderson, Joe Janasz, Damon Larson, Brad Sahr, and Chris Heiser. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to […]

John McCally ’86

John McCally ’86 appeared on local show Twin Cities Live in December to promote his new television show, Hockey Moms, a reality show featuring four families whose lives revolve around their children’s participation in hockey. The show is the latest creation of McCally and partner Randy Lee ’84. Together, these longtime friends form the backbone of […]

Michael Lund ’84

Michael Lund ’84 shares, “Very exciting to have two daughters at Gustavus at the same time: Anna ’17 and Rachel ’19. Enjoy telling them stories from Robert Appelquist class of 1927, Susan Appelquist Jorgesen ’59 and many others. Buildings change, names change, community continues.” This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If […]

Stephanie Paro ’09

Peter Ford ’84, Rio Olympic Security Coordinator for the U.S. Department of State, and Stephanie Paro ’09, USSOUTHCOM Lead, contract support to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, met working in Rio de Janerio and Brasilia coordinating training for the Brazilians in preparation for the 2016 Summer Olympics. This news was submitted using our Submit Your […]

Charles Schultz ’84

Charles Schultz President and CEO of Steinhaus Desigh LLC announces presence in the Twin City Interior Design Market. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

Joni Stees Conrad ’84

After 7 years in Illinois, our family has re-located back to Eastern Pennsylvania. I currently serve as Communications Director for the Montgomery County Association of REALTORS® (a Philadelphia collar county). More importantly, I am excited for our trip to Minnesota in May to attend our son’s graduation from Gustavus. This news was submitted using our […]

Damon Larson ’84

Seven good friends from the class of ’84 met for an early morning Bloomington breakfast before sending one home to Colorado. Pictured are Keith Paap, Damon Larson, David Fenske, Jeff Wilson, Eric Gilhoi, Brad Sahr, and Joe Janasz. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like […]

Shari McKenzie Black ’84

Shari McKenzie Black ’84 writes, “I continue to work full time as an Oncology Nurse Practitioner at Siouxland Hematology Oncology Associates in Sioux City, Iowa. On September 1st, 2014 I became an Independent Sales Director and free car driver with Mary Kay Cosmetics. My long term goal is to become a National Sales Director with […]

Laurie Berge Hagen ’84

Scott and Laurie Berge Hagen ’84 recently moved to Sparta Wisconsin. Laurie is a preschool teacher at the Sparta Charter Preschool. This news was submitted using our Submit Your News form. If you have any news you'd like to share, please let us know!

Shari McKenzie Black ’84

Shari McKenzie Black ’84 writes, “In June of 2013, I started my own business in Sioux City, IA. I became an Independent Beauty Consult with Mary Kay Cosmetics. After 14 short months, I am now a Sales Director and have my own team, the Shari Black Fantastic and Fearless Unit. I have earned my first […]