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Class Notes Archive — 1980s

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Sherrole Benton ’85 communication and the arts, is the media arts coordinator for the Oneida Nation Arts Program. She is a recipient of the “Tribal Excellence Certificate” from the Wisconsin DOT for her work on the landscaping design of two highway roundabouts near Oneida. The art depicts a turtle, central to the tribe’s creation story.

Mark Brunette ’85 business administration, is an account representative for Green Bay Title Company, Inc., which provides real estate title, closing and related services for residential and commercial properties.

Brian Kiraly ’85 urban studies, is a land use and transportation planner for Sprinkle Consulting in Lutz, Fla.

Julie (Londo) Davenport ’86 information and computing science, is a senior systems engineer for Central Texas College, Killeen.

Karen (Bauer) Iken ’86 and ’04 communication and the arts and master’s in applied leadership for teaching and learning, is director of bands, music department chair and Fine Arts Institute adviser at Green Bay East High School.

Daoud Abboud ’87 information and computing science, is chief executive officer for Business One Consultants in Oakville, Ontario.

Jeanne Stangel ’87 business administration, is interim assistant chancellor for university advancement, overseeing UW-Green Bay’s fundraising, marketing, communication and alumni relations efforts.

Todd Robertson ’88 biology, is the director of business development for Leading2Lean in Sobieski.

Former Des Moines Register president and publisher Laura Hollingsworth ’89 communication processes, earlier this year was named president and publisher of The Tennessean in Nashville.

Joel Sass ’89 theatre, garnered excellent reviews this summer for his direction of the U.S. premiere of the David Farr play “The Heart of Robin Hood.” The play was one of the non-Bard entries at the highly respected Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

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