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In the Spotlight
Rich Daniels (MUS ’83), composer, arranger, saxophonist and musical director of Chicago’s renowned City Lights Orchestra, has added TV to his list of credits.
Daniels wrote the music for a scene in the pilot episode of Starz Network’s acclaimed series “Boss,” directed by Academy Award nominee Gus Van Sant. The show stars Kelsey Grammer, who won a 2012 Golden Globe award for his depiction of a thinly disguised Richard J. Daley. “Boss” also features DePaul alumni Karen A. Aldridge (THE MFA ’01), who plays Dr. Emma Harris, and Nic Jones (THE ’08).
Before this show, Daniels served as musical supervisor for the short-lived NBC drama “The Playboy Club” and hired on-screen musicians for the series.
The City Lights Orchestra is known for its tight, exuberant renditions of everything from Big Band to Broadway. They perform at parties and charity and corporate events around Chicago and have backed up the likes of Ray Charles, Mel Torme and Garth Brooks. The group’s nonprofit arm, The City Lights Foundation, funds and presents musical programs in underserved communities.
Mary E. Eiler (CER ’29, BUS ’32, MUS ’33) celebrated her 100th birthday on Nov. 22, 2011, at the Victory Centre of Bartlett senior living community with a special party to celebrate her becoming the center’s first centenarian. She has lived there since December 2007.
Donald C. Draganski (MUS ’58) composed “Overture with Fanfares” to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Evanston Symphony Orchestra. He recently stepped down as composer-in-residence of the Pilgrim Chamber Players, a post he held for 13 years.
'70sReunion Years: 1970 and 1975
Richard T. Crowe (LAS ’70, MA ’73), creator of Chicago Supernatural Tours, spoke about “Resurrection Mary” and other local ghosts at the 100th anniversary celebration for Justice, Ill. He also presented his “Ghosts of the Civil War” lecture to the Lincoln-Davis Civil War Roundtable.
Nancy W. Sindelar (LAS ’70) recently published her third book on educational assessment, “Using Test Data for Student Achievement: Answers to No Child Left Behind and Common Core Standards” (Rowman & Littlefield, 2011).
John C. Staley (JD ’70) was appointed non-executive chairman of Hospira Inc. He is also a member and former chairman of DePaul University’s Board of Trustees.
Jo Bechtel (EDU ’72) accepted the position of office manager at an H&R Block on Chicago’s South Side. Since graduating from DePaul, she became a licensed CPA and earned an MBA.
Paul Gregory (THE ’73) and Joshua Spitzig (THE ’01) designed the architectural and exhibit lighting for “Science Storms” at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. It has won 16 industry awards for lighting excellence.
Mark J. Horne (JD ’73) of the Chicago office of Quarles & Brady LLP was selected for inclusion in the 2012 Illinois Super Lawyers list.
Joseph M. Gagliardo (BUS ’74) was named Chicago Best Lawyers Litigation– Labor & Employment Lawyer of the Year for 2012 by Best Lawyers magazine. He is managing partner of Laner, Muchin, Dombrow, Becker, Levin and Tominberg, Ltd.
Robert T. Schneider (LAS ’74, MBA ’79) has a new business, Desert Adventures, which provides eco tours and corporate events in the Coachella Valley in California. DePaul alumni who visit can ask for the Blue Demon Discount.
Gregory G. Thiess (LAS ’76) recently spoke at several continuing legal education seminars, including the International Association of Defense Counsel and the University of Chicago Business School International Roundtable. He is vice president and assistant general counsel at Robert Bosch LLC.
Edward J. Blanco Jr. (CSH ’79) was featured in a Northwest Indiana Times article about the role chess has played throughout his life. He recently started the ACME Pawn Pushers, a free, all-ages, all-abilities chess club.
Cynthia D. Schaffer (EDU MA ’79) wrote “Mollie’s War: The Letters of a World War II WAC in Europe” about her mother’s service in the Women’s Army Corps. The book placed third in the Stars and Flags Book Award contest and was a finalist in the 2011 Chicago Writers Association Book of the Year competition.
80'sReunion Years: 1980 and 1985
Mathias W. Delort (CSH ’81) serves on the Circuit Court of Cook County in Illinois. He was a candidate of the Cook County Democratic Party for an appellate court position in the March 2012 Cook County primary election.
Mark E. McNabola (CMN ’81, JD ’85), a founding partner at Cogan & McNabola in Chicago, received the 2011 Award for Trial Excellence from the Jury Verdict Reporter for receiving five jury verdicts of $5 million or more. He was selected to the 2012 Illinois Super Lawyers list and was featured in Super Lawyers Magazine and Chicago Magazine.
Janet S. Baer (JD ’82), a partner at Baer Higgins Fruchtman LLC, has been appointed to serve on the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the northern district of Illinois.
James Carlini (MBA ’82) was elected chairman of the Rolls-Royce Owners Club’s Lake Michigan Region. He also spoke at the annual Building Industry Consulting Services International Winter Conference.
Christopher R. Johnston (JD ’82) was elected to the board of directors at Querrey & Harrow Ltd. in Joliet, Ill. He has been with the firm for nearly 30 years.
Stephan D. Blandin (LAS ’83, JD ’86), a founding principal and partner in the Chicago personal injury law firm of Romanucci & Blandin LLC, has been named a 2012 Super Lawyer on the magazine’s latest list.
Keith A. Hebeisen (JD ’83), a partner at Clifford Law Offices in Chicago, was inducted as a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers in 2011. He was recently recognized by U.S. News-Best Lawyers and was also named a 2012 Illinois Super Lawyer and Illinois Leading Lawyer.
Eve M. Holton (CSH MA ’84, PHD ’87) published a new book, “Stages of Biracial Identity Formation: Positive Findings by a Multiracial Doctor,” based on research she conducted on black and white interracial families.
Donna Naranjo (BUS ’84) climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in October 2011 with a team of 14 women, raising more than $85,000 for the American Foundation for Children with AIDS.
Fred Silberberg (JD ’85) received an award from the State Bar of California for 20 years of certification as a specialist in family law. He recently began practicing assisted reproductive technology law, helping prospective parents have children through surrogacy and egg donation.
Kenneth W. Bult (LAS ’86) published his first book, “Glenwood,” through Arcadia Publishing. He is working on a second book for Arcadia.
Scott Arkenberg (MUS ’87) celebrated his 10th anniversary of performing the Holiday Pops Chicago annual Christmas concert. Joe Labozetta (MUS ’07) was assistant chorus master for the concert.
Natalie A. Jaresko (BUS ’87) is a founding partner and CEO of Horizon Capital, which manages investments in mid-cap companies in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova. She was featured in fall 2011 in Forbes Woman Ukraine magazine for “A Day with a Leader.”
Paul C. Konrad (THE ’87) has been chosen Best Local TV Weatherman by Chicago’s Newcity magazine. He is the weatherman on WGN-TV’s weekday morning news show and is a professional associate on The Theatre School Board.
Jeffrey J. Kroll (BUS ’87, JD ’90) has been recognized by “The Best Lawyers in America” for the second year in a row. For the eighth consecutive year, he was named one of the top plaintiff personal injury attorneys by Leading Lawyers.
Louis Sandoval (CSH ’88) was named chairman of the 104th and 105th Race to Mackinac, an annual sailing competition from Chicago to Mackinac Island, Mich. Also, he received the highest council-level honor for the Boy Scouts of America, where he serves as Chicago Area Council Commissioner.
Kenneth N. Traisman (LAS MA ’88, MED ’09) recently completed the Cayman Islands Marathon. He has run 16 marathons.
John T. Bannen (LLM ’89), a partner at Quarles & Brady Trusts & Estates, recently received his master’s degree in foreign language and literature in Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is fluent in Spanish and uses that skill in his legal work.
Mark M. Brennan (LAS ’89, MA ’90), a partner at Cassiday Schade LLP in Chicago, has been named to the firm’s executive committee. Also on the committee is firm partner Catherine L. Garvey (JD ’90).
Diane K. Corbett (JD ’89) was named a partner at Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen P.C. in Chicago.
Dale J. Young (THE ’89) has received tenure as an assistant professor of theatre at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania and was elected chairman of the performing arts department.
90'sReunion Years: 1990 and 1995
David A. Berek (BUS ’90) is a partner in the advanced planning and family office practice group at Handler Thayer LLP in Chicago. He also is an adjunct professor at DePaul University in the Master of Science in Taxation program.
Timothy P. Knight (JD ’90) has been named chief executive officer of Sun-Times Media Holdings Inc., owners of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Christopher J. Reckamp (MBA ’91, JD ’91) has joined the intellectual property team at Baker & Daniels LLP as a partner in the firm’s Chicago office. He brings more than 20 years of intellectual property experience.
David G. Roeder (MBA ’91), a senior vice president with Green Campus Partners, was elected to the board of directors of the Association for Governmental Leasing and Finance.
Bradley A. Balduf (CMN ’92) is president of BY YOUR SIDE, an Illinois organization that provides speech and occupational therapy for children and adults with autism.
Peter V. Mierzwa (JD ’92) has been promoted to group vice president of the newly formed Legal Information Group at the Law Bulletin Publishing Company in Chicago. Previously, he served as a general manager of the company.
Regina Baiocchi (MM ’95), a composer and author, received a $15,000 3Arts Foundation Award in 2011 for her musical contributions.
Asim S. Raza (JD ’95) has been hired as the chief legal counsel/director of real estate and marketing for the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis.
Anna Chapman (LAS MA ’96, JD ’05) and Constance R. Murdock Sherrod (JD ’05) opened their Chicago personal injury and plaintiff’s law firm, Sherrod Chapman LLC, in January.
John R. Gorey (JD ’96) founded the Gorey Law Group P.C., a plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Chicago.
Brendan H. Kevenides (JD ’96) opened the Law Office of Brendan H. Kevenides P.C., a personal injury practice with a strong emphasis on bicycle law. He also runs The Chicago Bicycle Advocate blog.
Gracia M. Shiffrin (JD ’96) was appointed chief operating officer of Catholic Charities Housing Development Corp., where she oversees the real estate development of affordable housing in Cook County.
Judy Greer (THE ’97) plays Ashton Kutcher’s ex-wife on “Two and a Half Men.” She voices Courtney in “Glen Martin, DDS” and Cheryl in “Archer.” She has now been in more than 40 feature films, including “The Descendants,” “Peep World” and “Jeff, Who Lives at Home.” Greer married Dean Johnsen, co-executive producer of HBO’s “Real Time With Bill Maher,” on Dec. 17, 2011.
Jennifer K. Maconochie (CSH ’97, JD ’05) and Ryan Maconochie (LAS ’97) published a modern baby journal, “This Is Your Book,” in fall 2011. The book, inspired by their daughter, Ava, is available online and in bookstores.
James J. Maza (CDM MS ’97) was named chief technology officer for Officite LLC, a leading website and Internet marketing company for health care practices.
Frank A. Sommario (BUS ’97, JD ’00), an attorney at Romanucci & Blandin LLC in Chicago, was named a 2012 Rising Star by Super Lawyers. He is on the Illinois State Bar Association board of governors and is the 2011-12 secretary of the Justinian Society of Lawyers and vice president of the Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association.
John A. Stefani (LAS ’97, JD ’04), an attorney with Joseph, Lichtenstein & Levinson in Chicago, was named a 2012 Rising Star by Super Lawyers.
Michael T. Del Galdo (JD ’98), founding attorney and managing member of Del Galdo Law Group LLC, was named a 2012 Rising Star by Super Lawyers for the third year.
Marlo Johnson Roebuck (JD ’98), a partner at Jackson Lewis LLP in Detroit, was named a 2011 Michigan Super Lawyer.
Brian C. Thomas (JD ’98) was named one of Forty Illinois Attorneys Under 40 to Watch for 2011. He is a partner at Whiting Law Group.
Robin Toewe (BUS ’98) completed a master’s degree in urban planning and policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is project manager at IFF, a nonprofit lender and real estate developer.
Anthony P. Steinike (LAS ’99, JD ’03), a partner at Quarles & Brady in Chicago, was named a 2012 Rising Star by Super Lawyers for business litigation. He is a member of the Leading Lawyers Network.
00'sReunion Years: 2000 and 2005
Jonathan D. Irabagon (MUS ’00) won the DownBeat Alto Saxophone Rising Star International Critic’s Poll award for 2011. He also played with Michael Buble’s band on a recent tour.
James M. Vasselli (JD ’00, MBA ’00), chair of the real estate and public finance practice group at Del Galdo Law Group LLC, was named a 2012 Rising Star by Super Lawyers.
Hilary C. Ward (LAS ’01) is the development sponsorship manager for Donors Forum. She previously was director of development for the Chicago Urban League.
Jason A. Wick (MUS ’01) was one of the music composers for “Order Up!!” and “Order Up!! To Go,” games available on Sony PlayStation3, Nintendo Wii and iPhone/iPad/iPod.
Denise Baer (LAS ’02) released her first novel, a dark, psychological suspense story called “Net Switch.”
Patrick A. Clisham (JD ’02) has been promoted to partner at Engelman Berger P.C. in Phoenix.
Christina M. Stevens (THE ’02) moved to Connecticut to be an actor/stage manager with the National Theatre of the Deaf. She will be touring with the company for the next year.
Brian M. Begley (JD ’03) was elected to the position of shareholder at Querrey & Harrow Ltd. in Joliet, Ill.
Michael J. Borree (JD ’03) was named a partner at Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC in Chicago.
Linda J. Courtenay (SNL ’03, MS ’06) was promoted to human resources director at Concordia Place, where she has served as business manager for the past five years. Previously, Courtenay was an assistant director at DePaul University’s Rolling Meadows Campus.
Dominic J. Nakis (MBA ’03), chief financial officer of Advocate Health Care, was recognized as CFO of the year, not-for-profit sector, by the Chicago chapter of Financial Executives International.
Alexander Rozenblat (JD ’03) was elected to partner at Jenner & Block in the litigation department of the firm’s Chicago office.
Crystal Mary Willingham (CDM ’03) is on contract assignment as human resources coordinator at Blue Man Productions in New York. She is the secretary for DePaul’s Alumni Board and is active in the New York regional alumni chapter.
Kim E. Ferraro (SNL ’04) was appointed water and agricultural policy director at the Hoosier Environmental Council in Indiana. Previously, she was executive director of the Legal Environmental Aid Foundation, which merged with HEC in 2011.
Ernest A. Nolan (THE MFA ’04), producing artistic director at Emerald City Theatre, will take part in the Kennedy Center’s “New Visions/New Voices 2012,” a workshop of new plays and musicals for young audiences.
Amol A. Parikh (JD ’04) was promoted to partner at McDermott Will & Emery LLP in Chicago. He also was named a 2012 Illinois Rising Star in Intellectual Property by Law & Politics magazine.
John Redlingshafer (JD ’04) was named to the 2011 class of the Peoria, Ill., 40 Leaders Under Forty by InterBusiness Issues magazine for his leadership in various professional, philanthropic and political organizations.
Dustin H. Shunta (JD ’04) was named partner at the law firm of Warner, Norcross & Judd LLP in Grand Rapids, Mich.
David M. Buddingh (JD ’05) joined Baker & Daniels LLP as an associate. He will practice construction law and real property litigation from the firm’s Chicago office.
Reed C. Nolan (CMN ’05) won two Emmys at the 53rd Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards for his work as a photojournalist with Fox affiliate WITI-TV in Milwaukee. He currently works at CBS’ KIRO-TV in Seattle.
Evelyn L. Gentry (LAS ’06) is an associate with Baker & Daniels LLP in the firm’s Indianapolis office. She served as the firm’s summer associate in 2006, received its diversity scholarship in 2009 and worked as its law clerk during her final year of law school.
Kyle A. Gibson (THE ’06) opened his made-to-order cupcake business, Kyle’s Cupcakery, in Chicago.
Aaron Kubey (THE ’06) is working on an American Sign Language dictionary app for multiple computer and mobile platforms and ASL videos about Medicare for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He is president of Sign Performing Artists Inc., a small nonprofit for theatre interpreting in Washington, D.C.
Danny R. Lewis (CMN ’06) joined Conlon Real Estate as a licensed real estate broker in Chicago. His specialty is the Lincoln Park area, and he works with buyers, renters and sellers.
Jamie L. Pfeiffer (JD ’06) joined Bullivant Houser Bailey PC, a nationally recognized business and complex litigation law firm, as an associate in the Portland, Ore., office.
Michael C. Crawford (MBA ’07) joined Fifth Third Bank’s Strategic Planning Group and relocated to Cincinnati with his wife in November 2011.
Sandra R. Fleck (MBA ’07) is senior vice president and market leader for Heartland Bank and Trust Company for the Shorewood, Plainfield and Elwood, Ill., markets. She has more than 12 years of banking industry experience.
Kim M. Groshek (CDM MS ’07) is director of operations for Milwaukee Arts Partners, supporting six arts organizations. Groshek will help develop a strategy to expand future support to additional arts organizations in the Milwaukee area and beyond.
John M. Schneider (CDM ’07, MS ’08) is now recognized as both a Certified Ethical Hacker and a Certified Hacking Forensic Investigator.
Michael J. Kueker (BUS ’08) began pursuing his MBA at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He will take classes while working full time with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago as a bank examiner.
Cary Mele (MED ’08) is program manager at Open Books, a nonprofit that operates a bookstore and community programs to promote literacy in Chicago. She manages programs that help students develop reading and writing skills.
Diane Alexander (SNL ’09) was named 2011 Member of the Year for the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. She received the award at the group’s Chicago chapter holiday reception.
Jessica D. Arbour (JD ’09) devotes her law practice to representing victims of sexual abuse. In November 2011, she won a landmark multimillion-dollar verdict from a Miami-Dade, Fla., jury in a sexual abuse case involving a member of the clergy. According to Bloomberg, it was the 18th largest verdict in the country in 2011.
John Martinez (LAS ’09) has been a Houston police officer since March 2010.
Nhung T. Nguyen (MBA ’09)’s first book, “The Networking Diary,” debuted in March and features a forward by DePaul University Associate Professor D. Joel Whalen. Nguyen owns Sweet T Salon in Raleigh, N.C.
Rachael Smith (MM ’09) is the principal flute for the Northbrook Symphony.
Oswaldo Solares (MBA ’09) was promoted to senior manager of global brand management at Avaya.
Jennifer N. Castello (THE ’10) is the head of Omaha North High School’s drama department in Omaha, Neb. She is an editor for WriteLife Publishing and has signed a contract with Flying Pen Press to publish her story, “The Tragedy of King Lear’s Mighty Wonders.” She will marry her fiancÚ, Jeff Scott, in July 2014.
Brian J. Easley (LAS ’10) founded Bracken Films, an Austin-based production company. He recently began production of an independent feature film, “Past Hondo,” which he wrote while deployed to Al-Basrah, Iraq, with the 1st Cavalry Division.
Heidi L. Gosen (CMN ’10) is creative director at Smart Owl Creative, and Martin F. McGovern (BUS ’10) is social media manager and designer. They founded the Chicago-based interactive marketing and design agency with James R. Haluczak (BUS ’10) in 2011.
Ashley K. Greene (MBA ’10) wrote a book, “The Joy of Single: An Inspiration Guide for the Single Gal,” now available online.
Jonathan P. Hammer (CDM ’10) was promoted to senior production operations engineer with Groupon in the company’s Chicago and Palo Alto, Calif., offices.
Harry H. Faur (MED ’11) teaches a fine arts course at Malcolm X College in Chicago. He also teaches German at Addison Trail High School in DuPage High School District 88.
Azar Kazemi (THE MFA ’11) founded The Blind Owl Theater Company.
Alexis Links (THE ’11) is The Theatre School’s new production coordinator, after serving as the interim box office manager during summer 2011.
Marriages & Engagements
Richard J. Jakes (MBA ’76) married Kimberly Gamauf in Palos Heights, Ill., on Oct. 2, 2011. He is a self-employed CPA and Certified Financial Planner celebrating his 33rd year of business.
Justyna K. Jerzewski (BUS ’04) and Marat Fleytlikh (BUS ’05) were married on Sept. 3, 2011, in Chicago. Marat is a project director at Maritz Research, and Justyna is a senior medical sales specialist at Bayer HealthCare. They reside in Wheeling, Ill.
Kathleen G. Von Ohlen (LAS ’04) married Justin LeVeque on July 8, 2011, in Sonoma, Calif.
Rebecca E. Fleming (EDU ’05) and Patrick W. Smith (BUS ’05) were married Nov. 26, 2011, in St. Paul, Minn. Rebecca is an elementary school teacher at the Arlington Science Focus School in Arlington, Va., and Patrick is a director at the public affairs consulting firm DCI Group in Washington, D.C.
Krista D. Luzio (JD ’08) and Evan M. Smola (JD ’08) announced their engagement. A spring 2012 wedding is planned in Chicago.
Miranda K. Pollak (JD ’10) and Conn Q. Davis (JD ’10) were married on Oct. 15, 2011, in Lemont, Ill. They reside in St. Louis.
Births & Adoptions
G. Allen Barbee (MM ’86) would like to announce his adoption of Casey Glenn Barbee on Nov. 28, 2011. Casey was born in January 2002 and lives with his dad and big brother, Donald Allen Barbee, in Marietta, Ga.
Nicole A. Bryant Stephens (THE ’92) and her husband, Michael, welcomed Lucy Brit Stephens, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, on Nov. 3, 2011. Lucy joins older brothers Michael and Oliver.
Danielle R. Butts (LAS ’97) and her husband, AJ, would like to announce the birth of Emmerson Grace Hull on May 13, 2011. Emme was welcomed home by her big brother, Jack.
Jennifer A. Devenyns (THE ’97) and Andrew M. Finley (THE ’97) welcomed their third child, Keaton Joshua, on Feb. 1, 2012.
Erin Kanagy (EDU ’98) and Brandon A. Kanagy (BUS ’97, MBA ’07) are pleased to announce the birth of their third child, Jack Gallen Kanagy, on Dec. 6, 2011. Jack was welcomed by big sisters Emma and Kate.
Ernie L. Pinkston Jr. (CSH ’98) and his wife, Shaun, announce the arrival of their fifth son, Emir Lee Pinkston, who was born in October 2011.
Wai Lun Ng (CDM ’00, MS ’08) and his wife, Wen, proudly announce the birth of their son, Kingsley Heinaam Ng, on Sept. 8, 2011. He was 7 pounds and 15 ounces.
Fr. Sotirios P. Malamis (CSH ’01) and his wife, Stefanie, welcomed their son, Nikolas Arsenios Malamis, on Oct. 7, 2011. Big sister Maria is excited to have a little brother.
Nick R. Romo (BUS ’05) and his wife, Samara, announce the birth of their son, Nicolas Fernando Romo, on Oct. 27, 2011.
Tanya A. Barnard (LAS ’06) and her husband, Shawn, welcomed their daughter, Zoe, on Jan. 11, 2011.
John T. McGowan (CDM MS ’08) and his wife, Molly Meade, welcomed daughter Flannery June McGowan on Oct. 15, 2011. Flannery comes from a long line of DePaul graduates, including her father, an aunt, a grandfather, a great-grandmother and two great uncles.
Claret M. Carvalho (CDM MS ’10) and his wife, Roshini, welcomed a baby boy, Justin Raphael Carvalho, on June 8, 2011.
Kristin L. Nowak (MBA ’10) and her husband, Dan Nowak, welcomed their first child, Lillian Elizabeth Nowak, on June 12, 2011.
Lord, we commend to you the souls of our dearly departed. In your mercy and love, grant them eternal peace.
Lilyan G. Nash (BUS ’34)
Michael J. Campbell (LAS ’36)
Cecelia M. Duffy (LAS ’36)
Joseph L. Breger (LAW ’38)
Anthony W. Rosinia (JD ’38)
John P. Healy Sr. (JD ’40)
Anabel M. Strong (EDU ’41)
Nello V. Ferrara (JD ’42)
Allan L. Zimberoff (LAS ’43, BUS ’47)
Donald Dwyer (BUS ’44)
Peter J. Gilligan (JD ’45)
Ann M. Hollenhorst (LAS ’45)
William F. Hartnett (EDU ’47)
Walter H. Jones (LAS ’48)
Theodore A. Lapka (JD ’48)
Chester S. Bolek (BUS ’49, MS ’73)
Raymond J. Carroll Sr. (JD ’49)
William O. McDermed (LAS ’49)
Robert J. Roback (BUS ’49, MBA ’52)
Bernard J. Brille (LAS MS ’50)
Gerald L. McCarthy (BUS ’50)
Paul A. McLennon (LAW ’50)
Robert H. Stone (LAS ’50, MA ’61)
Frederick R. Urbanus (LAS ’50)
Calvin Whitmore Jr. (MUS ’50)
Patricia A. Christensen (LAS ’51)
Elliot H. Gage (JD ’51)
Irene K. Rohan (LAS MA ’51)
Joseph B. Cesena (EDU ’52)
James J. Ahern (LAS MA ’53, EDU ’57)
Frank W. Gardner (MED ’53)
Eugene L. Grabinski Sr. (BUS ’53)
C. Felix Shuman (THE ’53)
Virginia M. Walsh (EDU MA ’53)
Sister Mary Odile Cahoon (CSH ’54, MS ’58)
Gayle F. Hufford (MUS ’55, MM ’56)
Leo E. Palen (BUS ’55)
Jack W. Rosen (JD ’55)
Robert J. Mogley (LAW ’56)
Capt. Fildres F. Runez (MED ’56)
Sister Marie E. Grunloh (LAS MA ’57)
Raymond F. Lefevour (BUS ’57)
Joyce A. Seguin-Hockett (LAS ’57)
Edward A. Swiech (CSH ’57)
Donald Ulias (LAS ’57)
Rev. Charles Walker (MUS ’57, MM ’59)
William T. Brannen (CSH ’58)
Sister Petra Daschbach (LAS MA ’58)
Roy H. Goetschel Jr. (CSH MS ’58)
Florence M. Helmetag (LAS ’58)
Joanne C. Shea (LAS ’58, JD ’60)
Joseph E. Sheehy (BUS ’58)
Earl L. Washington (JD ’58)
William F. Rickelman (LAW ’60)
Thomas L. Slattery (CSH ’60)
Marshall Rosenthal (BUS ’61)
Henry J. Ellis (LAS ’66)
John P. De Salvo (CSH ’67)
John D. Cologna (BUS ’68)
Sister Claveria Horvath (EDU ’68)
Sister Rose M. Galligan (EDU ’69)
Michael J. Byrnes (LAS MA ’70)
Ronald M. LaReau (BUS ’70)
Robert A. Koza (EDU ’71, CSH MS ’74)
Brian C. Silverman (JD ’71)
Russell A. Churchill (MBA ’72)
Thomas B. O’Toole (BUS ’72)
Michael P. Ryan (BUS ’72, MBA ’75)
Gale K. White (LAS ’72)
Robert W. Galvin (DHL ’74)
Richard P. Eickhoff (JD ’75)
Charles R. Goerth (JD ’77)
Kenneth P. Hoffman (BUS ’79)
William F. Jones (CSH MS ’79)
Lionel F. Alonzo (MST ’80)
Joseph A. Blanco (MBA ’80)
Terrence J. Kearney (MBA ’80)
Earl P. Fisher (JD ’81)
Dudley D. Larson (MBA ’82)
Karen J. Stec (EDU MA ’82)
Joan W. Coleman (CSH ’83)
Virginia M. Dowling (JD ’83)
Katalin E. Kutasi (MBA ’84)
James T. Cogdill Jr. (MBA ’85)
Regina A. Gately (CSH MS ’86)
Charles D. White (MBA ’87)
James M. Jennings (CDM MS ’96)
John P. Hanlon (MST ’97)
Jacob A. Roedl (MED ’02)
Gretchen A. Loeber (BUS ’03)
Nathaniel Upshaw Jr. (CDM MS ’05)
Bennett C. Hiner (CSH ’08)
Brendan B. Gormley (CDM ’09)
Fred W. Breitbeil III
Edward M. Cummings
Margaret C. Daley
Richard J. Houk
Jeanne Deevy Larmee
Shirley T. March
Mary Jane Miller
Brian D. Oleary
John E. Price
Robert A. Pritzker
Stanley E. Schmidt
Carmela B. Stern
Editor's Note: Due to space limitations, this memorial list includes only those alumni and friends who our offices have confirmed have passed away since the previous issue was printed.