Pictured above: ’14 Maggie Nett (B), of Oshkosh, is a marketing specialist at UW Oshkosh. Nett (in light green shirt) and her two alumni cousins, ’14 Andrew Nett (LS) and ’19 Katie Nett (LS) rode unicycles in the Mt. Calvary Firemen’s Parade in July.
’65 David Rykken (MST), of Anoka, Minnesota, and his wife Jan celebrated 68 years of marriage.
’70 Jay Anosov (LS), of Milwaukee, celebrated Titan pride and reminisced with thirteen fellow UWO alumni at the cottage of ’72 Dan Wautlet (LS) in August.
’72 Thomas Kolpin (EHS), of Berlin, founded the Berlin High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
’73 Alan Freitag (LS), of Denver, North Carolina, is a retired Lieutenant Colonel with the U.S. Air Force and professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina Charlotte.
’73 Darleen Kadulski (EHS), of Eagle River, was inducted into the Eagle River/Northland Pines High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Kadulski taught in the middle school for 40 years and was instrumental in developing the middle school intramurals girls’ volleyball program. Kadulski coached girls high school volleyball for two years, middle school girls’ intramural basketball for four years, and worked the book and time clock at high school basketball games for almost 40 years.
’85 Gary Dodge (LS), of Neopit, is celebrating 27 years as an attorney and owner of the Dodge Law Office.
’86 Karen Gibson (EHS) and ’90 (MA), of Menasha, released her third novel, Standing Still.
’89 Monica (Ritschke) Nichter (N) and ’92 (MSN), of Manitowoc, is a COVID vaccination coordinator for Holy Family Memorial Hospital, a member of Manitowoc’s Sun Rise Rotary, a director on the Shady Lane, Inc. board and member of the Lakeshore Technical College board of trustees.
’96 Linda Bodden (LS), of Green Bay, is the production director for O’Connor Connective, a strategy and marketing communications company.
’96 Amy Heutmaker (LS), of Rochester, New York, and her podcast co-host Sarah Cannon are hosting two comedy shows titled The Queer AF Comedy Showcase in the Rochester Fringe Festival in September.
’98 Michael Pica (EHS), of Wautoma, is in his 23rd year of teaching in the Wautoma Area School District. Pica is a varsity assistant baseball coach for the 2022 conference-winning team.
’02 Stephan Wucherer (LS), of Waupaca, is the music director and symphony orchestra conductor of the Central Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra Program (CWYSOP). Wucherer is the director of string orchestras at Bay Port High School.
’06 Jenny (Rabas) Damask (EHS), of Sun Prairie, is the assistant director of high-risk drinking prevention at UW-Madison. Damask is married to ’06 Kevin Damask (LS), a writer and editor for the Madison VA Hospital’s program My Life My Story.
’08 Justin Lancaster (EHS), of Freedom, is a physical education teacher and wrestling coach at Holmen High School.
’11 Heather Barkholtz (LS), of Sun Prairie, is an assistant professor at the UW-Madison.
’14 Maggie Nett (B), of Oshkosh, is a marketing specialist at UW Oshkosh. Nett is married to ’13 Dylan Bram (LS). Nett and her two alumni cousins, ’14 Andrew Nett (LS) and ’19 Katie Nett (LS) rode unicycles in the Mt. Calvary Firemen’s Parade in July.
’15 Dan Brosman (B), of Oshkosh, is the director of the Small Business Development Center at UW Oshkosh. Brosman and his wife, ’16 Sarah (Borkowski) Brosman (N), launched Oshkosh Brew Bike, a 14-passenger peddle bike people can ride to tour downtown Oshkosh.
’15 Garrick Garvens (EHS), of Little Suamico, is the Little Chute School District’s grade 9-12 instructional coach and literacy interventionist. Garvens has been an English teacher and interventionalist for the past seven years at Winneconne High School.
’16 Eric Milburn (LS), of Denver, Colorado, is a sustainability-focused home builder who works with Hempcrete, a natural alternative to replace insulation, drywall, siding, and other toxic by-products of construction. This summer Milburn collaborated with other builders to erect the second hemp house in Howard, Colorado.
’18 Allison Johnson (LS), of Fayetteville, Arkansas, presented her disability inclusion workshop at the Moebius Syndrome Conference in Atlanta. Johnson was born with Moebius Syndrome and was honored to present on behalf of the Moebius Syndrome Foundation.
’18 Donnie Otto (LS), of Lafayette, Indiana, is the assistant director of Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life at Purdue University. Otto was awarded the 2019 Advisor of the Year Award through the National Order of Omega Headquarters.
’18 Matt Zavada (MS), of Fredonia, is the assistant principal at Homestead High School in the Mequon-Thiensville School District. Zavada was previously a physical education teacher, athletics and activities director and community services director in the Kohler School District.
’19 Heather Tice (LS), of Schofield, is a project coordinator for Ampersand, a strategic marketing advertising and growth agency.
’21 Lauren Nicholls (EHS), of Oshkosh, is the middle school coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club of Oshkosh. Nicholls has been part of the team since 2013 and currently plans programming for members ages 10-12.