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Dan Flannery ’80 communication and the arts, executive editor of The Appleton Post-Crescent newspaper, assumed additional duties last fall as regional executive editor for Gannett Wisconsin Media, leading group-wide content initiatives and digital strategies.
Patrick Clusman ’81 business administration, is the chief operating officer at Innovationedge in Neenah.
Mary (Tushie) Deckert ’81 communication and the arts, is the owner of Deckert Strategic Communications in Green Bay.
Mark King ’81 business administration, enjoyed an hour in the primetime spotlight April 6 when he was scheduled to be featured on the CBS reality show “Undercover Boss.” The TaylorMade-adidas CEO went incognito as a new trainee with the world’s largest golf equipment manufacturer. For a look at King’s actual everyday look, check our front-cover feature.
Joan (Puzic) Van Veen ’81 human development, is a consultant at PMF Professional Medical Fulfillment in Lakeland, Fla.
Cho Ting Ip ’82 urban studies, is a senior financial consultant for Manulife International Limited in Hong Kong.
Tim Siebers ’83 business administration, is a senior account executive at WBAY TV-2 in Green Bay.
Jim Bornick ’84 science and environmental change, is the vice president of quality at Terumo Cardiovascular Systems in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Daniel Green ’84 communication and the arts, is the lead graphic designer at Foth, a mechanical and industrial engineering company based in Green Bay.
Fr. Dale Matson ’84 general studies, has published his second book Seeking the Lost: Stories of Search and Rescue. He is an emeritus faculty member at Fresno Pacific University and an Anglican priest serving in the Anglican Diocese of San Joaquin as vocations officer.
Sharon (Williquette) Gajeski ’85 nursing, is a nursing program adviser at UW-Green Bay.
Steven Clayton ’86 theatre, is a construction manager for the Quieter Home Program for the San Diego City Regional Airport Authority.
Frank Lasee ’86 humanistic studies, recently completed his first full year as a state senator representing his Green Bay-area district in the Wisconsin State Senate.
Mark Swiecichowski ’86 business administration, is a business development consultant at Advent Computers and the owner of and accountant and IT director for Certified Technology Professionals, LLC, De Pere.
Mary (Arendt) May ’87 business administration, is the senior business system analyst for Integrys Business Support, Green Bay.
Lori (LaPointe) Skalitzky ’88 humanistic studies, is the owner and photographer at Lori Skalitzky Photography in Pulaski.
Kelly (McKowen) Byrnes-Rossebo ’89 communication processes, owns and directs Camp Eagle Ridge, a boys and girls leadership camp in Mellen, in northern Wisconsin. As a spokesperson for the American Camp Association in Wisconsin, she has appeared on numerous broadcasts including “Oprah” and “The Today Show.” She is the author of Lessons In Leadership, a hands-on guide to teaching leadership.
Tom Mangan ’89 earth science and environmental science, recently launched his own Chicago-area environmental services firm, Geo-Think, LLC.
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