Class Notes Archive — 1970sNotes submitted January 2013 - May 2013 | Submit your class note at online updates
Roger Jolly ’71 humanism and cultural change, is an independent apostolic missionary for Mission Guides International. He is based at the Shekinah Worship Centre in Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago.
Patrea “Poppy” Grant ’74 nutritional sciences, an operations manager with the University Union, marked 37 years of service to UWGB this spring.
Dan Linssen ’74 managerial systems, was appointed executive director of the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra.
William Macaux ’74 humanism and cultural change, is the founder and principal of Generativity LLC, a management psychology consulting firm in East Greenwich, R.I.
Karen Weidner ’74 nutritional sciences, is a senior clinical consultant for United Health Care in Minnetonka, Minn.
Nancy Boone ’75 humanism and cultural change, is the federal preservation officer for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C.
Daniel Heim ’75 science and environmental change, is the founder of Heimhenge Enterprises, in New River, Ariz. Focused on multimedia technology for education, his astronomy and meteorology blog is consulted widely by the home-school community.
Karen (Mancl) Antosch ’77 science and environmental change, received the 2012 award for diversity from her college at Ohio State University, where she is a professor of food, agriculture and bio-engineering. She has led numerous exchange and research initiatives involving Chinese society, ecology and agriculture.
Daniel Timm ’77 managerial systems, is a faculty associate for the University of Wisconsin Department of Kinesiology. He earned his doctorate in teacher leadership from Walden University in 2012.
Garen Dodge ’79 social change and development, co-leader of the government relations group for Jackson Lewis LLP in Reston, Va., has again earned “Super Lawyer” designation within his specialty.
W. Michael McDavit ’79 science and environmental change, is the chief of the Wetlands Strategies and State Programs Branch for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. His 30-year career has spanned wetlands protection, biopesticide management and hazmat protection, including duty for the Defense Department in closing U.S. bases after the Cold War.
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