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Class Notes — 1980s

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Deborah (Nelson) Wilson ’80 social work, is a psychiatric rehab services coordinator for Atrium Healthcare Inc. in Chicago.

Gregory J. Davis ’81 science and environmental change, is UW-Green Bay’s new associate provost for academic affairs and director of graduate studies.

Craig Dickman ’82 business administration, founder and CEO of Breakthrough Fuel of Green Bay, delivered the commencement address at his alma mater last December. It was a big year for Dickman, who was elected to the Green Bay Packers board and honored by UWGB.

Thomas Englebert ’82 business administration, is the owner of Renard Country Elegance, Inc. catering in Green Bay. The business received the Chamber of Commerce Small Business Award in 2005 and has been a Best of the Bay Finalist every year since 2008.

Steven Kubalak ’82 science and environmental change, is an associate professor in the Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology at the Medical University of South Carolina. He directs the university’s annual research day showcasing student posters and oral presentations.

Tim McKeough ’83 managerial accounting, was part of an all-alumni coaching team when Notre Dame Academy of Green Bay won its second straight girls Division 2 state championship at the Resch Center in March. McKeough and Erin Templin ’09 business administration and ’12 elementary education, and Matt Rohde ’06 mathematics, were assistants to head coach Sarah (Boyer) Rohde ’03 education and ’13 master’s in applied leadership for teaching and learning.

Michael Nyenhuis ’83 urban studies, assumed new duties in January as president and CEO of AmeriCares, which bills itself as the world’s leading organization for delivering donated medicines and medical supplies to more than 90 countries. AmeriCares is headquartered in Stamford, Conn.

Christopher Reilly ’83 business administration, is the district sales manager for Staples, Inc. in Baltimore.

Pamela Claypool ’84 business administration, has been promoted to senior vice president for human resources for Airgas, Inc. The Radnor, Penn., company is one of the nation’s leading suppliers of industrial, medical and specialty gases, welding equipment and related products.

Brian Dorney ’84 public administration, is a senior sales product executive for SAP at the business software company’s campus in Newtown Square, Penn.

Julie (Londo) Davenport ’86 information and computing science, is the manager of systems engineering for Central Texas College in Copperas Cove, Texas.

Scott Koffarnus ’86 communication and the arts, is creative director and CEO of Cineviz, a Green Bay-based digital media company with a national client base. He returned to campus this spring to address a student leadership group about creativity.

Rhonda (Soffa) Mayer ’87 business administration, is a residential loan officer for AnchorBank in Appleton.

James Begotka ’89 social change and development, is an associate dean for academic affairs at Lakeland College.

John Schwartz ’89 business administration, is employed by the Green Bay Packers as manager of warehouse and concessions for the Packers Pro Shop.

If you have any questions, please contact Kari Moody, director of Alumni Relations, at 920-465-2226 or e-mail alumni@uwgb.edu.