Pictured above: ’68 David Van Lieshout (EHS) and ’69 Connie Van Lieshout (EHS), of Green Valley, Arizona, met with fellow alumnus ’73 Craig Culver (LS) when he was in town to honor the local Culver’s restaurant for its outstanding service.
’71 Fred Zaug (LS), of New London, is retired and serves on the Waupaca County Board and the New London City Council.
’72 Gordon Spark (LS), of Peyton, Colorado, co-authored the book The Untold AMC Stories, featured in Hemmings Muscle Machines magazine.
’81 Beth Wyman (B) and ’93 (MBA), of Oshkosh, was elected to the Oshkosh Area School Board.
’86 Thomas Armstrong (EHS), of Sheboygan, is retiring after 30 years as track coach and social studies teacher at Plymouth High School.
’86 Karen Gibson (EHS) and ’90 (MA), of Menasha, published her debut novel Pieces of Grace. Gibson is retired from teaching at UW Oshkosh.
’86 Ron Jungwirth (B), of Omro, is a second-grade catechist at St. Mary Parish. Jungwirth was able to apply his technology skills to assist with virtual religious offerings through the pandemic.
’87 Rob Kleman (B), of Oshkosh, joined the New North‘s NEW Digital Alliance Executive Committee. Kleman is senior vice president of economic development for the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce and lead staff person for Amplify Oshkosh.
’87 Teri (Russell) Frailing (EHS), of Menomonee Falls, retired after 30 years teaching first through fourth grade in the School District of Menomonee Falls.
’89 Todd Woulf (B), of Appleton, is the Northeast Area vice president for Airgas. Woulf has 33 years of diverse experience including his most recent role as a district manager.
’91 David Farin (EHS), of Appleton, will retire from teaching in the Neenah Joint School District in June.
’92 Renee (Drohman) Torzala (LS), of Appleton, is the vice president of marketing and investor relations at New North, Inc. Torzala will lead marketing and branding initiatives, manage investor relations and coordinate events.
’94 Jason Hilger (B), of the Town of Rolling, is the Langlade County manager. Hilger previously worked for Vilas County.
’95 Mike Bertello (MBA), of Sherwood, joined the New North‘s NEW Digital Alliance Executive Committee. Bertello is vice president for business technologies at Faith Technologies.
’99 Shannon Schuren (EHS), of Sheboygan Falls, authored her second novel Where Echoes Lie, a ghost story that will be published in October. Schuren is married to ’97 Joshua Schuren (EHS).
’03 Tracey Brewczynski (EHS), of Pulaski, received the Pulaski Community School District’s (PCSD) team-teaching Golden Apple Award for her excellence in teaching during the pandemic. Brewczynski is a teacher in the PCSD’s full online learning second grade team.
’03 Kristopher Karns (LS), of Oshkosh, was elected to the Oshkosh Area School Board.
’03 Tasha (Freier) Naylor (B), of Lake Mills, is the director of business services for the Lake Mills Area School District.
’06 Michele (Sankey) Green (EHS), of Willard, was named the Wisconsin Educational Media and Technology Association (WEMTA) Professional of the Year. Green is the Greenwood School District’s 4K-12 library media technology director.
’08 Chris Wright (LS), of Oshkosh, was elected to the Oshkosh Area School Board.
’09 Kristine Grill (LS), of Saint Paul, Minnesota, received the Emerging Leaders Award of Excellence from the American Society for Public Administration’s Center for Accountability and Performance. Grill is the open data coordinator for Ramsey County.
’09 Bethany Lerch (LS), of Oshkosh, is a domestic violence services psychotherapist with Agnesian HealthCare/SSM Health.
’10 Gregory Jones (B), of Brookfield, is a project manager with MetaLocator. Jones and his wife are expecting a baby girl in June.
’11 Lori (Hoover) Palmeri (LS), of Oshkosh, was elected to a second two-year term as mayor of the City of Oshkosh.
’11 Erin Tyink (EHS), of Appleton, is the vice president of development for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay. Tyink previously worked for ThedaCare Family of Foundations.
’13 Jessica (Sosnoski) Carr (B), of Neenah, is the marketing and communications director for the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh. Carr has spent the last several years working in marketing and event planning in the Fox Cities.
’15 Katelyn Wendt (N), of Evansville, is a registered nurse on an abdominal transplant floor with UW Health. Wendt graduated with her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in 2020.
’18 Susan Warner (OCE), of Augusta, is the Eau Claire County Register in Probate and Clerk of Juvenile Court.
’19 Taylor McCabe (B), of Valparaiso, Indiana, is an operations planner with Bulkmatic Transport.
’20 Danielle Mayer (EHS), of Grafton, was elected to the Port Washington-Saukville School Board.