Friday, December 19, 2014

Alumni Update: Kathleen (Brice) Patrick ’70

Kathleen (Brice) Patrick ’70 retired in 2011. She is currently a volunteer driver for a free transportation service for the elderly and disabled,  SAINT (Senior Alternatives in Transportation), in Fort Collins. She is also on the Board of her county's genealogical society and continues to research her Canadian and Polish ancestors.

Alumni Update: Michelle Mattner Pride ’87

Michelle Mattner Pride ’87 is working as a field services specialist at Feed My People Food Bank in Eau Claire, WI. She writes, "after 23 years in corporate health insurance, I'm pleased to be working for a not-for-profit agency distributing food to programs feeding hungry people in 14 WI counties."

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Alumni Update: Linda Burcham, MA ’12

Linda Burcham, MA ’12 is program director of Health Information Management at National College in Louisville, KY. 

Alumni Update: Lynn Scotch ’91

Lynn Scotch ’91 is the director of Human Resources for Community Care Connections of Wisconsin in Stevens Point. 

Friday, December 12, 2014

Alumni Update: Josie Johnson ’10

After teaching High School Math in Colorado and working on a cooperative farm in Hawaii, Josie Johnson ’10 moved down to La Esperanza, Honduras to learn Spanish and teach math and science at a bilingual school. While used to making the minimal salary, she is very much enjoying the slower pace of life and the great culture that is found in Central America. She welcomes any and all visitors who happen to pass through Honduras!

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Alumni Update: Cele (Jewell) Pohle ’70

Congratulations to Cele (Jewell) Pohle ’70 on her upcoming retirement. Cele will be retiring as Powell County Commissioner on Dec. 31, 2014. 

Monday, December 8, 2014

Alumni Update: Janice Marie Smrekar Albuquerque ’63

Janice Marie Smrekar Albuquerque ’63 is a professor at Catholic University in Recife, Permanbuco, Brazil.

Janice and her husband, Bento, during the presentation of the book she participated  in called “Mosaico Religioso”or “Religious Mosaic.” It is a collection of articles by the graduates of the Science of Religion  Master’s Program at Catholic University. Janice's thesis was about women  of the Catholic Church today being considered of extraordinary excellence.