Pictured above: ’13 Rachel Pociask (in yellow), of Kaukauna, received the St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Award for Positive Influence by St. Mary Catholic Schools. ’92 Matthew Schoultz (in blue), of New London, received the St. Anne Award for St. Mary Catholic Schools Spirit.
’80 Dan Bartelt (B) of Beaver Dam, retired after more than 40 years as an accountant with Parent Dott CPAs.
’80 Marshall Sneen (B), of Franklin, retired from Lutze Inc. as the top regional sales manager in North America.
’87 Scott Bartol (EHS), of Berlin, retired as principal at Berlin Middle School. Bartol has been with the Berlin Area School District for 34 years and served as principal since 2004.
’92 Matthew Schoultz (B), of New London, received the St. Anne Award for St. Mary Catholic Schools Spirit. Schoultz is the athletic and activities director at St. Mary Catholic High School in Neenah.
’00 Nate Carroll (LS), of Winneconne, set a new world record for the most pushups done in a year, while raising money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation’s Fallen First Responder Home Program. Carroll broke the 32-year, 1,500,230 pushup record in front of first responders in MetLife Stadium in New Jersey at the 48th Fun City Bowl.
’00 Mike Draheim (LS), of Menasha, owns XLR8 Sports Training, a company that assists athletes of all ages reach their full athletic potential. XLR8 has worked with close to 125 Division I and professional athletes in the Fox Cities.
’00 Bonnie Nickasch (N) and ’06 (MSN) and ’14 (DNP), of Appleton, is the interim dean of the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing. Nickasch is a faculty member and the director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) family nurse practice program.
’02 Corey Baumgartner (EHS) and ’05 (MS), of Kaukauna, is the incoming Brillion Area School District superintendent. Baumgartner was principal at Kaukauna High School since 2017.
’07 Jessica (Rowland) Seyfert (LS), of Mequon, is a paralegal with Sensient Technologies Corporation.
’08 Heather (Merten) Thompson (EHS), of North Fond du Lac, is the economic support supervisor for Fond du Lac County Department of Social Services. She is married with a three-year-old son.
’10 Nicole Kibichka (B), of Malone, was promoted to the director of finance and administration at the Boys and Girls Club of Oshkosh. Kibichka has been with the organization for 10 years.
’13 Travis Adams (LS), of Weston, is an athletic trainer with Ascension Wisconsin. Adams has been married to ’12 Alyssa (Gustke) Adams (N) for nine years. They have three children.
’13 Rachel Pociask (EHS), of Kaukauna, received the St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Award for Positive Influence by St. Mary Catholic Schools. Pociask is a seventh-grade religion and social studies teacher at St. Mary Catholic Middle School in Neenah.
’14 Andrew Kreigh (LS), of Sun Prairie, is the director of music and liturgy at Saint Bernard Catholic Church in Madison. Kreigh maintains an active organ concert schedule throughout the United States.
’14 Matt Wolfert (EHS), of Oshkosh, is the incoming principal at Rosenow Elementary School in the Fond du Lac School District. Wolfert is currently dean of students and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) internal site coordinator at Franklin Elementary School in the Appleton Area School District.
’15 Jennifer DiMatteo (EHS), of Appleton, is the Parent Education Program coordinator for Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin. DiMatteo has experience doing case management for a homeless shelter, working in child protection for Outagamie County and enjoys working to educate people to prevent, intervene and recover from family hardships.
’15 Dylan Wurtz (B), of Appleton, a former Titan basketball player, is the head boys’ basketball coach at Menasha High School. Wurtz is a senior financial analyst at BMO Harris Bank.
’17 Aarron Van Buren (LS), of Chicago, Illinois, is marrying Tina Roberts in October 2021.
’18 Timothy “Ti” Windisch (LS), of Oshkosh, co-hosts the Gyro Step Podcast Network, which covers Milwaukee Bucks basketball. Windisch has been a contributor since June 2015. He also is a coordinator for Blue Wire network.
’19 Chelsea Higley (OCE), of Mondovi, is the owner and founder of Essential Healing, a company that makes all-natural products, jewelry and art. Higley and her husband Matt bought a 10-acre hobby farm last year.
’19 Kate O’Hara Pogorelec (MS), of Fond du Lac, is the principal of Sabish Middle School in the Fond du Lac School District. O’Hara Pogorelec was the interim principal during the 2020-21 school year.
’21 Andy Baltadano (LS), of Menasha, is a police officer with the Oshkosh Police Department.
’21 Brooke Belter (LS), of Seymour, is a proud May graduate who shared memories of spending time on campus as a child with her father while he was a student at UWO.
’21 Matthew Krier (B), of Sheboygan, is a para-planner with Mersberger Financial Group where he assists financial advisers with creating customized financial plans and investment analysis.