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Class Notes Archive — 1980s

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Dan Flannery ’80 communication, of Gannett Media, was a featured panelist at the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and Associated Press convention.

Ronald Erdmann ’81 regional analysis, is deputy director of research for the Office of Travel & Tourism in the federal Department of Commerce. He co-presented at an international conference on tourism involving the United States and Africa.

Bill Lindmark ’81 business administration, is keeping busy as coach of the up-and-coming Phoenix men’s golf team and as a private lesson and junior golf instructor. He retired earlier this year as manager of the campus Shorewood Golf Course.

Ann (Brandner) Westenberg ’81 communication and the arts, is a K-5 music teacher for the Green Bay Area Public Schools.

Steven Kubalak ’82 science and environmental change, is an associate professor at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Greg Wanner ’82 science and environmental change, is a faculty associate and director of the Capstone Certificate Program in Actuarial Science for the UW-Madison School of Business.

Brian Kiraly ’85 urban studies, is a strategic account manager at New Horizons Computer Learning Center of Tampa Bay.

James O’Neil ’85 regional analysis, is the owner of O’Neil Law Office in Green Bay.

James Hewitt ’86 mathematics, is an IT consultant for Omni Resources Inc., in Green Bay.

DeAnne Massey ’86 humanistic studies, is a consultant with Perfect Event Management, Madison.

Associate Prof. Melasutra ’86 environmental planning and urban studies, is a scholar of land use, sustainability and urban recreation with the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She holds a doctorate from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and has published and presented widely in her field. (She publishes as Melasutra Binti Md Dali, as guided by Malaysian cultural conventions, with “binti” signifying “daughter of” and Md an abbreviation of the common name Mohammad.)

Connie (Hackl) Meulemans ’86 communication and the arts and communication processes, is an interlibrary loan specialist for St. Norbert College, De Pere.

Jeanne (Barta) Stangel ’87 business administration, is president of the advisory board for Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay. She is development director for UW-Green Bay’s advancement office.

Michael Cuene ’89 business administration, is owner and managing partner of Broadway Enterprises, Inc. in Green Bay.

Col. Paul Goymerac ’89 chemistry, has been promoted to his “dream job,” director of the Personnel Proponent Directorate for the United States Army Medical Department in Houston. The position is a mix of administrative and human resources duties involving officers, soldiers and civilian workers.

Don Haen ’89 business administration, is a logistics manager for ZT Netherlands BV in Zieuwent, the Netherlands.

Joel Sass ’89 theatre, directed the provocative play “Venus in Fur” for The Jungle Theatre, Minneapolis, this past spring. Sass has worked as director, associate artistic director and designer for companies including the Guthrie Theater and California Shakespeare Theater.

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