Class Notes Archive — 1990sNotes submitted June 2013 - October 2013 | Submit your class note at online updates
Denise (Hauck) Grancorvitz ’90 business administration, is the global director of the global analytics team for Kimberly-Clark, Neenah.
Robert Alverson ’92 environmental policy and planning, is a regulations specialist for Labelmaster, Kenosha.
Tony Bennett ’92 humanistic studies, will bring the Virginia Cavaliers to the Resch Center to play his alma mater on Dec. 7. Bennett spent the summer helping coach the USA Basketball U19 team to a gold medal in the FIBA world championships in Prague. He and VCU coach Shaka Smart assisted Florida’s Billy Donovan.
Alisa (Cook) Eichhorn ’94 French, is an administrative assistant for the Grafton (Wis.) School District.
Rich Leick ’94 mathematics and computer science, is a lead systems analyst with the Foth Companies, Green Bay. He and his wife, Jaime, won 2013 volunteer of the year honors from the Brown County Human Services Department. Active in the Pals program, the Leicks became foster parents — and eventually guardians — of a young boy whose mother was unable to care for him.
Kiar Olson ’94 communication and the arts, is owner and self-described “big nerd” of Kiar Media, a Wisconsin-based firm specializing in creative interactive, advertising, social media and public relations.
Jill Neuendorf ’95 German, is a visiting assistant professor of Russian at Georgetown University in Washington. D.C. She earned her doctorate in second-language acquisition and Russian studies at Bryn Mawr College and is seeking an additional master’s, in English-as-a-second language, from Georgetown.
UW-Green Bay alumni calling themselves the Royal Order of the (Painted) Buffalo collaborated for a summer exhibit of landscapes, abstract pieces, acrylic, ink and illustration at the Art Garage gallery in Green Bay. The artists are Joel Nimocks ’95, Steve Wysocki ’96, Matt Bellisle ’97, Chris Garrity ’97 and Ryan Priebe ’97.
Lee Riekki ’95 human development and psychology, is a self-employed academic and career adviser in Iowa City, Iowa. He completed his master’s in academic advising at Kansas State University in August.
Holly (Terrien) Rottier ’95 music and secondary education, the assistant superintendent for the Kimberly Area School District, completed her Ph.D. at Cardinal Stritch University.
Patrick Vander Sanden ’96 master’s in administrative science, assumed new duties in May as city administrator for the City of Columbus (Wis.).
Graphic designer Molly Schreiber ’96 communication and the arts, is a staff member with the Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies at UW-Milwaukee.
Keith Walters ’96 Spanish, is an administrative support staffer with Western International University in Phoenix. In September 2012, he published the book So You Want to Learn Spanish? with tips, tricks and advice for those just starting out.
Neil Derkowski ’97 environmental sciences, is a network engineer for Time Warner Cable in Milwaukee.
Nathan Erickson ’98 computer science, is a senior compliance officer with Baird Wealth Management in suburban Milwaukee.
Michael Loser ’98 individual major, is a senior systems analyst with Associated Bank in Green Bay.
Erik Losby ’99 communication and the arts, is the senior brand manager for Milwaukee Electric Tool. Losby and his wife, Sherri, own and operate The Pet Outpost, a natural pet food store in Shorewood.
Ma Manee Moua ’99 philosophy, is the founder and owner of Moua Law Office, with offices in Roseville, Minn., a Twin Cities suburb, and Appleton. She delivered the May commencement address at her alma mater and challenged graduates to “never doubt yourself... but don’t forget to do your homework.”
Lynn Brandt ’00 interdisciplinary studies, is a career counseling and internship coordinator for the Adult Degree Program at UW-Green Bay.
Kari Moody ’00 communication, is the new president of the Rotary Club of Green Bay. Alumni relations director for UW-Green Bay, she was also recently named one of YOU Magazine’s “20 Women to Know” for 2013. Other alumni recognized were Nicole Hoffmann ’99 communication, director of development for Aspiro, and Heather Trevarthen ’00 computer science, owner of Ellipse Fitness Center.
If you have any questions, please contact Kari Moody, director of Alumni Relations, at 920-465-2226 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.