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Pictured above: ’83 Cheryl Neill (N), of Cedar Falls, Iowa, retired after a 40-year career in nursing and home health. Recently, Neill (left) visited former UWO nursing faculty member Dorothy Riley during a trip to Arizona.

’65 William “Bill” Gay (EHS), of Menomonee Falls, and his wife, Susanne have collected nearly 1,000 nativity sets throughout their travels. The Gays have donated several of their sets to various churches in Wisconsin. Gay purchased his first nativity at Woolworth’s while he was a student at UWO.

’70 Michael Tomczyk (LS), of Collegeville, Pennsylvania, helped launch two new businesses, Fintech Ecosystem Development Corporation, a publicly traded company, and a private venture.

’72 Richard Flocker (B), of Kenosha, and his wife Barbara celebrated 50 years of marriage.

Terry Teske

’72 Terry Teske (LS), of Wauwatosa, was honored at Nicolet High School for 50 years of coaching youth in the Milwaukee area from 1972-2023. Teske has coached every year since graduating from UWO and is currently an assistant varsity boys basketball coach at Nicolet.

’73 Marilyn Leiser Stigler (EHS), of Waukesha, is a retired teacher. Leiser Stigler enjoys living on the family farm, has been married 50 years, and has five children and 12 grandchildren.

Pam Corcoran

’76 Pamela (Senn) Corcoran (LS), of Custer, is a puppeteer who performs for schools, libraries, festivals and artist-in-residence programs. Corcoran and her husband, ’75 Timothy Corcoran (LS), have been married for 47 years and spend their time working their land.

’83 Brian Glocke (LS) and ’83 Jody (Pirlot) Glocke (LS), of The Villages, Florida, are retired.

’83 Cheryl Neill (N), of Cedar Falls, Iowa, retired after a 40-year career in nursing and home health. Recently, Neill visited former UWO nursing faculty member Dorothy Riley during a trip to Arizona.

’88 Craig Dickman (MBA), of Green Bay, was named one of Wisconsin’s 275 Most Influential Business Leaders by BizTimes Media. Dickman leads TitletownTech, an innovation fund formed out of a partnership between Microsoft and the Green Bay Packers that builds and funds early-stage, high-growth startup businesses.

’88 Grant Gibbons (LS), of Harcourt, Iowa, is publisher of The Journal in New Ulm and The Independent of Marshall. Gibbons was previously a regional circulation manager for the Fort Dodge Messenger.

Carrie Jarosinski

’88 William Sennholz (B) and ’93 (MBA), of Marshfield, is in his 18th year as CEO at Forward Bank.

’90 Pat Zietlow Miller (LS) and ’00 (MS), of Sun Prairie, will release her new book, A Girl Can Build Anything in April.

’96 Sarah Barry (LS), of Madison, is the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources deputy secretary. Barry has more than 20 years of experience in public organizations and spent 15 years as chief of staff to several state senators.

’97 Julian Gladney (LS), of Milwaukee, has revived the wrestling program at Brown Deer High School. Gladney is a retired firefighter with an extensive wrestling and football coaching background. The Brown Deer team has grown from just three participants to a team of 28 wrestlers.

’00 Joshua Smith (LS), of Mount Pleasant, Michigan, earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy at Ohio State University and is a professor at Central Michigan University.

’01 Jason Ledvina (B), of Luxemburg, is the president of Packer Fastener. Ledvina has served in many leadership roles with the company in the past 13 years.

’02 Abigail Hanna (EHS), of New Berlin, is the vice president of administrative planning and innovation and chief organizational development officer at Carthage College in Kenosha.

’03 Carrie (Engelbright) Jarosinski (N), of Stevens Point, is a faculty member at Mid-State Technical College. Jarosinski published her first health and wellness book, Reclaim Your Story: Renew Your Health and Wellness Through the Power of Storytelling.

Matt Diederichs

’06 Timithy Ziegler (LS), of New York, New York, is an editor and colorist with RadicalMedia. Ziegler has edited many Netflix presentations such as Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street, Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffery Dahmer Tapes and Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.

’09 Krustal deLeon Judah (LS), of Whitewater, is this year’s recipient of the YWCA Rock County’s Racial Justice Award which recognizes people who are actively trying to eliminate racism and promote racial equity. Judah is a therapist at her own private counseling practice and through the Rock County Youth Services Center where she counsels mainly boys between the ages of 12 and 17 as part of Rock County’s ACTIONS program.

’15 Troy Winkelman (LS), of Appleton, is a master recruiter for TotalMed Staffing.

June Brown (left)

’16 Matt Diederichs (B), of Green Bay, is a human resource reporting services leader with General Mills. Diederichs and his wife welcomed daughter Harper Grace to their family in October.

’16 Justin Guagliardo (B), of Mukwonago, is the chief financial officer at Sussex Injection Molding.

’16 Jay Olson (AS), of Coon Valley, is a self-employed photographer and videographer. Olson just received his commercial drone license.

’19 Taylor Ambrosius (LS), of Charleston, South Carolina, is an associate attorney at Rosen Hagood. Ambrosius received her Juris Doctor degree from the Charleston School of Law.

’20 June Brown (AS), of Rockland, became a living kidney donor with her grandmother as her recipient.

’20 Brett Wilson (B), of Nashville, Tennessee, is a territory sales representative with Coremark.

’21 Colleen Huebner (MBA), of Appleton, is a client advocate in the employee benefits program at McClone Insurance. Huebner previously worked in client services roles in the finance and insurance industries, recently with Johnson Insurance, part of the Johnson Financial Group.

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