Class Notes — 1970sNotes submitted January 2012 - April 2012 | Submit your class note at online updates
Bernie Fatla ’71 modernization processes, is the co-founder and president of Le Dame Footwear, LLC in Verona, Wis., which recently won an industry award for outstanding apparel or accessory brand. The company’s motto is “High Fashion. Large Feet,” with a business niche in marketing feminine styled footwear for larger, more masculine feet.
Bill Forrest ’72 regional analysis, is the president and owner of Forrest & Associates LLC, a management consulting firm in Wausau.
Robert Brey ’73 population dynamics, is employed by Maritime Metro Transit in Manitowoc and is a member of the program review committee for the service.
Kenneth Felten ’74 urban analysis, is the president of Felten Consulting Services, an employee benefits marketing company in Delavan.
Randall Loss ’74 communication and the arts, is a quality control and materials manager for Lowrey Organ Company in Elmhurst, Ill.
Daniel Heim ’75 science and environmental change, is the owner and sole proprietor of Heimhenge Enterprises, a company specializing in educational multimedia for science and mathematics. Based in New River, Ariz., Heim also works as a freelance technical writer and blogs about astronomy and meteorology for a site called Sky Lights.
Michael Westcott ’75 humanism and cultural change, is an associate and broker with Ringler Associates of Wisconsin, Wausau.
James Blumreich ’76 managerial systems, is the chief financial officer at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay.
Michael Mack ’76 managerial systems, is a local veterans employment representative for the Office of Veterans Services, Green Bay.
Terrance Mead ’76 modernization processes, is an attorney and mediator for Mead & Associates, P.C. in Glendale, Ariz. He received the “Having a Dream Award” from the Northwest Black History Committee of Maricopa County at the annual Martin Luther King dinner in January 2012.
Daniel Walter ’77 regional analysis, is the manager of promotional products at Home Team Sports and Apparel, Inc., Green Bay.
Noted jazz musician Todd Buffa, who attended UW-Green Bay in the mid-1970s, died unexpectedly in January at the age of 59. Buffa, of De Pere, was a three-time Grammy Award nominee who led the vocal group Rare Silk for nearly a decade.
Neil Diboll ’78 science and environmental change, returned to Green Bay to keynote the annual banquet of the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation in March. Diboll is the founder of Prairie Nursery, Inc., Westfield, Wis.
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