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(Pictured above:) ’72 Gordon Spark (right in picture) (LS), of Peyton, Colorado, and ’73 Pete Williams (middle in picture) (LS), of Sheboygan, were guest story tellers at the American Motors Owners Association’s international convention in Colorado Springs. Spark and Williams spoke about their book The Untold AMC Stories and more.

’73 Dave Forman (LS), of Cincinnati, Ohio, retired from a 25-year career at NBC News in Washington D.C.

’74 James DeYoung (LS), of Whitefish Bay, retired as the senior conservator at the Milwaukee Art Museum in 2019 where he received a National Endowment for the Arts professional fellowship to receive advanced training in conservation of works on paper. DeYoung is the principal owner of DeYoung Art Conservation.

’78 Debra Daubert (LS), of Butte des Morts, is the curator of exhibitions at the Oshkosh Public Museum. Daubert is currently working on the Titanic: The Wisconsin Connection exhibit, on display through Oct. 13.

Michael Jacquart book cover

’86 Michael Jacquart (LS), of Iola, authored a new book, Green Bay’s Greatest: Profiles of the Packers in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jacquart is a publisher at Write it Right LLC.

’93 Trina (Schlude) Anderson (EHS), of Oshkosh, is the Oshkosh Area School District’s principal on assignment, responsible for development of principals and oversight of the district’s eAcademy.

’98 Andrea (Napralla) Reichenberger (EHS), of Kaukauna, is the director of teaching and learning for the Fond du Lac School District. Reichenberger is married to ’97 Tim Reichenberger (LS) and ’17 (MPA).

’99 Theresa (Lang) Cain (N), of Sylvania, Ohio, is a patient safety specialist with Michigan Medicine.

’00 Chris (Bruns) Mand (LS), of Middleton, is the Waunakee School District’s student-services director. Mand was formerly the assistant student-services director.

’01 Daniel Grady (MBA), of Abbotsford, is the Ashland County administrator. Grady was previously the city administrator, clerk and treasurer for Abbotsford.

’04 Nicholas Scholz (LS), of Madison, is a music therapist at St. Croix Hospice in Baraboo. Scholz adapts his music sessions to his patients’ needs to ease pain, bring back memories, provide emotional and spiritual support and ease anxiety.

’05 Bruce Karnitz (B), is the owner of Titan Property Management with over 1,500 rental units and 20 employees, many of whom are UWO alumni. As a student, Karnitz was a member of the Titan baseball team. Karnitz’s wife, ’07 Lauren (Mareno) Karnitz (LS) and ’13 (MSE), is the head women’s gymnastics coach at UWO.

’06 Rosangela Berbert (MSE), of Oshkosh, received the 2021 Difference Maker-Nonprofit Award at the Insight’s Women of Influence in the New North Region Awards event. Berbert is the executive director of the Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley.

Nick Jaworski

’06 Nicholas Jaworski (LS), of Indianapolis, Indiana, owns and operates Circle Social Inc, the leading marketing and consulting firm for behavioral health providers in the country. Jaworski founded his company in 2016 after a varied career including building a bilingual immersion school near Hong Kong, school administration in the U.S. and providing executive training in diversity and inclusion.

’08 Amelia Compton Wolff (LS), of Princeton, is the marketing manager for Town Square Community Center in Green Lake. Compton Wolff was formerly the senior editor of Fox Cities Magazine.

’09 Nicholas Brock (MSE), of Clintonville, is the Clintonville Middle School (CMS) principal. Brock has been serving as the CMS associate principal since 2018.

’09 Jessica Gauger (EHS), of Oshkosh, is the marketing coordinator with Blue Door Consulting.

’11 Jake Koellermeier (EHS), of Neenah, is an assistant principal at Webster Stanley Middle School in the Oshkosh Area School District. Koellermeier was formerly a special education teacher in the Weyauwega-Fremont School District.

’11 Ben Schmidt (OCE) and 18 (MS), of Oshkosh, is the Berlin High School assistant principal. Schmidt was formerly the dean of students and special education teacher in the Kaukauna School District.

’12 Ryan Zak (EHS) and ’16 (MS), of Fond du Lac, is the Sheboygan Falls Middle School associate principal. Zak was most recently the dean of students at Berlin Middle School.

’13 Cori (Gumz) Wickesberg (B), of Dublin, California, is an assistant manager of domestic operations for The Clorox Company.

’15 Dan Brosman (B), of Oshkosh, is the director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW Oshkosh. Brosman has been with UWO since 2018 as the director of the Alta Resources Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and as a business consultant with SBDC. Brosman is also the faculty adviser for the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization at UWO.

’16 Aubriana (LeFeber) Donahue (EHS), of Fond du Lac, is the administrative assistant for Envision Greater Fond du Lac. Donahue is the former Special Olympics and Healthy Lifestyles coordinator for the Arc.

’18 Alex Kelly (LS), of Plymouth, is a seventh and eighth grade science teacher at Cedar Grove-Belgium Middle School. During the summer, Kelly is a senior camp counselor at the Feith Family YMCA day camp.

’20 James De Broux (MS), of Saukville, is the middle school/high school principal for the Gibraltar Area School District. De Broux was formerly a social studies teacher and activities director at Random Lake High School.

’21 Jarrett Lieder (LS), of Oshkosh, swam two and a half miles across Lake Winnebago in five and a half hours. Lieder is a former Titan swimmer.

’21 Ian McDonald (LS), of Oshkosh, founder of Republic Film Company, is a professional videographer. McDonald’s company provides video for weddings, business promotions, house tours and recaps of the Wisconsin Glo professional women’s basketball team.