Pictured above: ’13 Mayur “Mo” Ranpara, pictured with his family, is the director of internal audit for Vita Coco in New York City.
’64 Michael Deiters (LS), of Oostburg, wrote and published his first novel, Rim Shot. The book, although fiction, is based on Deiters’ basketball background which included playing at all levels as well as officiating high school and college games for 18 years. Deiters was inducted into the Marinette High School Hall of Fame in 2019.
’75 Jane Daugherty (LS), of Oshkosh, authored Shadow in the Night, a nostalgic memoir looking back on her early life in Northeast Wisconsin and later travels to Australia and the Aleutian Islands. Daugherty retired from a 31-year career with the federal government.
’81 Dean Rogers (B), of Omro, is co-owner of Taylor & Associates CPAs in Ripon and Markesan. Rogers also operates a family farm and specializes in farm tax accounting and planning.
’84 Mark Wollemann (LS), of Natchitoches, Louisiana, is an editor for The Athletic, a sports media startup. Wollemann has 30 years of experience as a newspaper editor and spent four years teaching journalism at American University in Bulgaria.
’87 Rob Kleman (B), of Oshkosh, is president and CEO of the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce. Kleman was previously the Chamber’s senior vice president of economic development.
’91 Lisa (Baker) Gruszynski (EHS) and ’95 (MS), of Abrams, was presented with the Lena Lions Educator Award in appreciation for all the time and hard work that she has given to her students. Gruszynski is the librarian at Lena Elementary, Middle and High School.
’93 Rick Gilgenbach (LS), of Fond du Lac, is a site manager with International Paper. Gilgenbach recently celebrated the five-year anniversary of his heart transplant.
’96 Sarah Barry (LS), of Madison, is the deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
’96 Cory Colvin (B), of Milwaukee, is the executive market director at Baird.
’02 Willie Jude (LS), of Kenosha, was named one of Wisconsin’s 52 Most Influential Black Leaders by Madison365. Jude is the vice chancellor for advancement at UW-Parkside.
’04 Andrew Selgrad (EHS), of Beaver Dam, was named Wisconsin Associated Press High School Football Coach of the Year following Columbus High School’s Division 4 state football title and an undefeated season.
’05 Jim Collins (LS), of Mequon, is the director of strategic marketing for Weigel Broadcasting’s CBS 58 WDJT-TV Milwaukee.
’09 Stacey Shurpit (B), of Neshkoro, is co-owner of Taylor & Associates CPAs in Ripon and Markesan. Shurpit has previously worked in corporate and public accounting.
’10 Beth Waukechon (EHS), of Keshena, is the College of Menominee Nation’s Indigenous wellness director. Waukechon previously taught in the Menominee Indian School District and Menominee Tribal School.
’10 Vincent Wittig (LS), of Cottage Grove, was appointed to the Cottage Grove Village Board. Wittig is an Air Force veteran and the vice president of I.T. products for WPS Health Solutions.
’12 Jessica Gray (MSW), of Watertown, is a social worker at Rainbow Hospice Care and First Sergeant in the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
’13 Mayur “Mo” Ranpara (B), of Clifton, New Jersey, is the director of internal audit for Vita Coco in New York City. Ranpara and his wife have two children.
’15 Kricket Koehn (LS), of Rhinelander, received the 2022 Alumni of the Year by the Wisconsin Technical College System District Boards Association. Koehn owns and operates Northwoods Family Dental.
’15 Addela (Marzofka) Sampel (LS), of Grand Forks, North Dakota, is the coordinator for fraternity and sorority life at the University of North Dakota.
’15 Jean Schroeder (MSN), of Waupaca, is the director of quality for Edgerton Hospital and Health Services. Schroeder has 35 years of nursing experience and served the last seven years as an instructional academic staff in the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing.
’16 Kayla Lauderdale (LS), of Lake Geneva, is the program director at Tree House Child and Family Center, an organization whose mission emphasizes preventing child abuse and improving life skills for clients from young children through adult caregivers.
’18 Katie Kleman (B), of Oshkosh, is a Fox Cities Future 15 Award recipient. The Future 15 Award is given to a dedicated professional with a strong sense of vision for the future of the Fox Cities. Kleman is a product specialist with Miller Electric.
’18 Robbie Kleman (EHS) and ’17 Brittany (Grohskopf) Kleman (EHS), of Oshkosh, were married on August 6, 2022. Kleman is a real estate consultant with Dallaire Realty.
’19 Taylor Ambrosius (LS), of Charleston, South Carolina, graduated from the Charleston School of Law in May and passed the Uniform Bar Exam in South Carolina. Ambrosius is an attorney with Rosen Hagood.
’20 Abby (Reich) Novak (LS), of Green Bay, is the marketing director for Appleton Downtown, Inc.
’20 Colan Treml (LS), of Oshkosh, is the economic development director for the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce. Treml was previously a realtor with First Weber.
’20 Ilsa Strough (LS), of Beaver Dam, is teaching English in South Korea as part of the International TEFL Academy (ITA) which focuses on teaching English as a foreign language.
’21 Lisa Marone (LS), of Oshkosh, is the community development planner for Vierbicher.
’21 Marisah Miller (N), of Rochester, Minnesota, is a registered nurse at the Mayo Clinic. Miller and her fiancé just returned from a trip to Iceland.
’22 Zachary Krueger (DNP), of Green Bay, is a nurse practitioner in Prevea St. Mary’s Urology Department.