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Magazine Volume 3, Issue 5 l Fall 2013

A Mission-Inspired Community

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Leading in Singapore

Heather Bunge of Adell, Wis., receives her Marian University pin from Interim President Robert Fale during the Opening Pinning Ceremony on Friday, August 23.

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A Mission-Inspired Community: Marian University alumni reflect on the impact of the Mission and Core Values

The Marian University experience has been inspiring students, faculty, staff and alumni for more than 75 years, and continues to do so through Marian’s mission-focused community.

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Leading in Singapore: Doctoral student shares passion with students around the world

A lifelong educator, Dr. Darin Fahrney, ‘04/‘13, shares Marian’s Mission through his role as a principal at the Singapore American School.

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Transitioning to campus: Orientation Weekend helps introduce Marian community Hydration centers aid in sustainability efforts Trustees member inspired by the future Inspired to comfort, donating to heal Marian in the News Student News Organizations partner to improve facilities Marian inducts four to Athletic Hall of Fame

Alumni News 17 Alumni Spotlight: Eric Sanchez ‘04 26 Fifth Annual Alumni and Friends Golf Outing 27 Alumni reconnect at Wrigley Field Supporting a good cause: Fond du Lac Habitat for Humanity 28 Class Notes

Annual report 30 33

Financials Donor Report

On the cover: Students enjoy the fall leaves on Marian’s campus. Photo by: Jason Jones

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President’s Message Dear Friend of Marian University, Thank you for your continued support of Marian University! I think you will find the mission inspired stories within the pages of this edition of the Marian Magazine compelling, and evidence of our commitment to offer excellence in education. My own story is that I am inspired by the Gospel to serve. Having served and retired as President and CEO of Agnesian HealthCare in Fond du Lac — another institution sponsored by the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes — it has been easy for me to adopt as my own the Mission and Core Values of Marian and to embrace this ministry of education. In the coming year, I will focus on a few vital areas as directed by the Board of Trustees. Working collaboratively with the staff and faculty, we will work to move forward in the following areas: student experience, strategic plan implementation, paying careful attention to our finances, preparation for our accreditation reaffirmation visit in 2015–16 and building relationships across the university community. The Trustees will also be engaged in a national search for the new president of Marian University through a process which will include broad participation of the university constituencies. Our mission is to educate; simple to say, but tough to do without your commitment. For that commitment, we are grateful. Enjoy your copy of the Marian University Magazine. Sincerely,

Marian University Magazine chronicles this university’s commitment to community, learning, service, social justice and spiritual traditions across the generations. Marian University was founded and is sponsored by the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, Fond du Lac, Wis. Interim President Robert Fale Vice President of Enrollment Management Stacey Akey ‘92/’96 Office of University Relations Lisa Kidd, Director Angie Mies, Desktop Publisher Kim Schuenemann ‘12, University Writer Editorial Contributors Luke Pattarozzi Contributing photographers Jeff Kernen Lisa Kidd Luke Pattarozzi Kelsey Beine ‘13 Jordan Dykstra ‘13 Miles Qualmann ‘16 Contact us: Office of University Relations Marian University 45 S. National Ave. Fond du Lac, WI 54935-4699 (920) 923-7602 universityrelations@marianuniversity.edu Share your news! alumni@marianuniversity.edu

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Transitioning to campus

Orientation Weekend helps introduce students to Marian community The fall season marks a time of new beginnings, new experiences and the transition into colorful autumn days before the cold winter sets in. At Marian University, the beginning of the academic year is filled with excitement and new transitions, especially for this year’s Class of 2017 during orientation weekend held August 23–26. “From the first moment on campus, new students are welcomed into the Marian family and engage in the Mission and Core Values — it’s what makes the Marian experience unique,” said Jennifer Krueger, director of the First-Year Studies program. “The transition to an independent college lifestyle for some students is difficult, yet orientation weekend is centered on making students feel at home and part of the community.”

Learning the Campus Although coming to campus for an academic purpose, orientation weekend seeks to inspire students to learn about Marian’s academic resources, student engagement opportunities and its valuesbased community.

a deeper connection to the community,” said Krueger. “Through this immersion experience, students recognize a greater purpose and are able to invest their talents into the future.” Through service, students bridge the gap between Marian University and the opportunities that await them in the greater Fond du Lac community, especially as they look ahead to success in their first year of college life.

First-Year Success With the orientation weekend behind them, students begin to engage in the Marian community through the Mission and Core Values. “The First-Year Experience plants the seed for the future leaders of Marian and our world,” said Krueger. “They may not know it on the first day, but Marian students continue to live the Mission and leave a legacy of success in their wake.”

“Marian’s Core Value of Community is a significant part of orientation weekend. Student leaders emulate the mission of the university and engage first-year students in making a smooth transition through community-building activities,” said Krueger. “Orientation sets the stage for making lifelong connections.” For the four days of orientation, students are assigned a student mentor who leads them throughout orientation, and accompanies them throughout their first year at Marian. The First-Year Studies Program, with support from the Residence Life staff, works to make the campus come alive for first-year students, whether through finding classrooms or assisting with a question about classes, financial aid, housing contracts or Marian’s dining options.

Service to the Community Apart from team building activities, students engage in a service project within the local community and serve several organizations and agencies in Fond du Lac. “Students are able to live the mission, as they make 5

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Inspired by Conservation The phrase “Going Green” is one that resonates with individuals from around the world, as we hope to make our time here on earth as good and beneficial as we can. Marian University has implemented several environmental initiatives to reduce its impact on the natural world, including the newly installed hydration centers around campus. The Sustainability Committee has been working to reduce Marian’s carbon footprint, and promote green, sustainable efforts in all facets of campus life. In an effort to conserve, the hydration centers around campus aid in this goal of reducing the plastic waste of water bottles, while increasing access to quality filtered water. “Marian has taken the initiative to do what we can to be more sustainable,” said Kate Candee, vice president for mission and student engagement. “The new hydration centers are retrofitted to the previous water fountains and even count the number of plastic water bottles that

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have been saved. These efforts are truly aligned with our Mission and Core Values, as well as with Catholic Social Teachings.” Currently, Marian has four hydration centers located in the Administration Building, Sadoff Science Building and Cardinal Meyer Library. “Our work has saved more than 25,000 bottles and counting since their installation last fall,” said Candee. “We hope to install more hydration centers in the near future, so as to continue to meet our goals of becoming a sustainable community.” In addition to the new hydration centers, Marian has implemented a variety of sustainable actions, including new recycling bins, energy-saving lighting options, battery recycling programs and campus beautification projects.

Hydration centers around campus aid in the goal of reducing the plastic waste of water bottles

The Sustainability Committee is continuing to incorporate new efforts to make Marian more conservative and sustainable, and to educate the community in how each of us can do our part to take care of our world. “The Marian community strongly supports these efforts,” said Candee. “We are inspired to conserve and make a difference for generations to come.”

Board of Trustees member:

JOHN KORB

Leading with passion, inspiring the future With more than 50 years of leadership experience in investment banking, John Korb, of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, and a member of the Marian University Board of Trustees, has been inspiring the Fond du Lac community through his passion for leadership and development. “I enjoy being involved in the Fond du Lac community, with Marian University and St. Mary’s Springs,” said Korb. “I’ve always been close with the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, especially being an alumnus of St. Mary’s Springs High School.”

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In his ninth year on guided by its Mission and Core Marian’s Board of Values, which can directly be Trustees, Korb’s experience and passion seen through its students, for Marian University staff and alumni. stemmed from his interest in academics, athletics and the mission-centered approach to higher education. “Marian University and its Board of Trustees lead with the Mission, which I strive to incorporate into my own leadership objectives,” said Korb. “During my tenure, I’ve seen the university make great strides in its academics, especially with faculty working to provide students with hands-on learning and networking opportunities. In addition, Marian’s athletic program has prospered through quality student–athletes and coaching staff, the addition of state-of-the-art facilities, and pride for the community.” For Korb, the future of Marian will be guided by its Mission and Core Values, which can directly be seen in the work of trustees, faculty, students, staff and alumni. “The future of Marian is in its people. Marian is a great organization that keeps moving forward in offering a quality, all-around educational experience, creating alumni who can apply their experience to quality positions around the world,” said Korb. “Marian will continue to remain a valuable institution within the Fond du Lac area that inspires students to reach their potential and make a difference in our world.” 7

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Profile Name: John Korb Company: Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Fond du Lac, Wis. Hometown: Fond du Lac, Wis. Education: Bachelor’s degree from Marquette University On the Job Duties: As a Wells Fargo advisor, Korb assists clients with financial services and resources that meet their goals, while utilizing financial strategies to provide the greatest benefit with their investments. Volunteerism: “Since 1961, I’ve been heavily involved in the Fond du Lac community, ranging from committees within different service organizations, to being on the Board of Trustees at Marian University.” Years of service to Marian University: “I’ve been a part of the Marian Board of Trustees for the past nine years, and have served as chair of several committees. Currently, I am assisting with the national presidential search.” Hobbies: “I’m an avid sports fan, and enjoy watching the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers. I enjoy playing golf in the summer, as well as spending time with my family in Florida during the winter months.” Inspiration: “My father. Although a dentist, he was always interested in investments, and that is what made me want to go into investment banking. His passion for banking led me to return to school and finish my degree after serving in the Marine Corps. I’d also have to say the sisters from CSA have inspired me, mostly because of their hard work ethic and passion for helping others.” FALL 2013

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Inspired to comfort, donating to heal Nursing student donates kidney to near stranger

We are all connected. Our lives intersect with others for a specific reason or purpose, despite the immensity of the world and the numerous possibilities within it. For one Marian nursing student, her personal mission to comfort and heal others went beyond her nursing duties and resulted in an organ donation. For Amy Fay ’14, donating her kidney to someone wasn’t about her passion as a future nurse or even receiving external fulfillment, but was something she felt she could physically do to comfort someone and give the gift of a second chance at life. “I have two perfectly healthy kidneys, when I only need one,” said Fay. “Why shouldn’t someone have one of mine?” Though Fay’s willingness may be of an uncommon mindset, helping others who have health issues is what led Fay to consider the nursing profession. Fay’s passion for nursing came when her mother was diagnosed with cancer, and Fay felt called to be the person who comforts and heals others. This passion for service to others found Fay when her aunt was in need of a donor. “The first time I had offered to donate my kidney was when my aunt was experiencing kidney issues,” said Fay. “Unfortunately, I was too young to donate, even though I was a match. I knew from that moment on that I was here on this earth to help others. That’s why I chose to be a nurse and achieve my goals at Marian.” 8

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criteria and was considered a rare match. The overall evaluation was a success and Fay was approved as a kidney donor.

Fay enrolled at Marian and was accepted as a member of the Working Families Grant program for single parents, where she was eager to achieve her goal, support her family and be a role model to her three children. After a violent home experience in 2012, Fay’s world was turned upside down. With her family out of state, Fay turned to others to help — and ended up being welcomed into the home of Suzie Fishbaugher, of Beaver Dam. “When Amy came to live with me, I was in pretty poor health, and it was nice to have her help and support — we grew to be like mother and daughter,” said Fishbaugher. “I was going through double bypass heart surgery, when I found out I needed a kidney transplant.” Fishbaugher’s family was tested as potential donors, but they did not qualify as potential kidney donors. “I knew I wanted to help,” said Fay. “Suzie had taken me into her home, supported me and never asked for anything in return.” Following medical tests, Fay matched three of the

“I kept asking, ‘How did this wonderful woman — a stranger to me only months ago — happen to be a match?’” said Fishbaugher. “Amy has shared her life with me, and a small part of her will always be with me too.” Following months of kidney dialysis, Fishbaugher will be receiving the kidney she needs this fall. Both Fishbaugher and Fay are looking for a quick recovery and the ability to continue living in service to others.

Former professor celebrates 70th anniversary as Capuchin brother Father Ron Jansch, a former professor and chaplain of Marian, is celebrating his 70th anniversary Diamond Jubilarian as a Capuchin brother. With a passion for education, Father Jansch began his teaching ministry in 1953, serving at St. Lawrence Seminary and Marian University. For more than 40 years, Father Jansch was a professor of ethics, natural theology, Christology and history at Marian, while also serving as the chaplain from 1968–1984. Father Jansch is currently retired and resides at St. Lawrence friary, where he continues his work on historical Capuchin projects.

New online Thanatology program first in Wisconsin Inspired to offer innovative, quality programs, Marian University is now offering a new online master’s degree program in thanatology. The Marian’s master’s degree in thanatology is 100% online, and can be completed within 36 credit hours. Marian’s graduate program in thanatology is the only one of its kind in Wisconsin, and is the only fully online graduate program in the U.S. that is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Marian ranks no. 12 as “Best Lifetime Return on Investment”

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Father Ron Jansch

Affordable Colleges Online (ACO) has identified Marian University within the top 15 of the Greatest Lifetime Return on Investment (ROI) in Wisconsin Colleges list. Marian University ranks no. 12 among all public and private colleges and universities in Wisconsin. The criterion of Affordable Colleges Online for a “High ROI College” includes being fully accredited; a private or public institution; a four-year, degreegranting institution; and based upon the ROI according to PayScale’s 2013 College Value Report. Graduates from these schools enjoy the largest earnings gap between them and non-degree holders over a thirty-year span. The complete listing of Wisconsin colleges and universities is available at www.affordablecollegesonline.org/ online-colleges/wisconsin. Potential students and other interested parties can compare the Marian experience to other private Wisconsin colleges at www.marianuniversity.edu/ qualityinvestment.

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Captain Roy Surita shakes his son Andrew’s hand during the School of Nursing’s Pinning Ceremony.

Sr. Deb Golias

Sr. Deb Golias earns Vatican II Award Sr. Deborah Golias, CSA, is among fifteen individuals receiving the Archbishop’s Vatican II Award for Service to the Church for outstanding service and contributions to the Church and community. Established in 1991, the Vatican II Awards honor men, women and young adults who exemplify the vision of the Catholic Church set forth in the Second Vatican Council. Sr. Deborah Golias, who will be receiving the award for Service in Education, has had a long history of service to Catholic Schools beginning in 1960, and has been part of the Marian University community for more than 38 years. Sr. Deborah Golias currently serves as a Professor in the School of Education and has played an integral role in advancing the education of all students, especially through Marian’s Strengths-based campus initiative. The prayer service and awards ceremony will be presented by Archbishop Listecki on October 22 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee.

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Soldier surprises son during Pinning Ceremony In addition to pinning the more than 100 student nurses and sending them off to inspire the community, the May 2013 School of Nursing pinning ceremony was treated to a special surprise. Captain Roy Surita of the United States Army and father to Marian nursing graduate Andrew Surita ‘13, of Steilacoom, Wash., made a surprise appearance for his son’s graduation weekend. Originally unable to attend, Captain Surita received permission to take a furlough leave and was able to make arrangements to attend his son’s graduation and present him with his School of Nursing pin. The School of Nursing faculty and staff and Hillary Arnoldussen ‘13, Andrew Surita’s fiancé of Fond du Lac, were able to coordinate the evening and assist Captain Surita in surprising his son during the pinning ceremony. Captain Surita has been deployed to the Middle East three times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq in 2006–2007, and twice to Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2008–2009 and in 2012–2013. Captain Surita is a soon-to-be recipient of his third Bronze Star for exemplary actions supporting the global war on terrorism during combat operations.

Following an institutional assessment by CREDO Student Success ACE, Marian University gained insights into how to enhance the student experience and promote student success, both through resources and support services, campus engagement opportunities, and the joining of Mission and Retention and Student Life. The Office of Mission and Student Engagement was created as a result. The following individuals are serving in the student engagement area:

Paul Krikau Dean of Student Engagement

Krikau earned his Bachelor of Science in English from Central Michigan University and his Master of Science in Education in Counselor Education from UW–Platteville. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Indiana State University.

Pennie Reis Director of Student Engagement

Reis earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications from Carthage College, and a master’s degree in college student personnel from Bowling Green State University.

Severa Krueger Director of Residence Life Krueger earned a Bachelor of Science in Family Consumer Education and a Master of Science in Home Economics Education, both from UW–Stout.

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Office of Student Engagement welcomes new personnel

Sean DeTolve Residence Hall Director

DeTolve earned a Bachelor of Science in History at Northern Michigan University and has several years of experience in residence life leadership.

Anna Morgen Residence Hall Director Morgan earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Sociology and Social Welfare and a Master’s degree in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education, both from UW–La Crosse. Susan Pankratz Department Secretary Pankratz has been employed by Sodexo at Marian University since 2008, and earned her bachelor’s degree from Marian University.

Marian University welcomes new faculty and staff In addition to the Office of Student Engagement staff, Marian University welcomed new faculty and staff to campus. Teresa Abler, Program Specialist, UBMS Hillary Anderson, Coordinator of Special Events Ashley Boehlen, Early Childhood Center Beth Briese, Support Specialist III, Office of the Registrar Moreen Carvan, Director of Assurance for Learning Celina Chesney, Circulation Assistant, Library Christopher Durkin, Program Coordinator, UBMS Mary Fischer, Assistant Professor, Nursing Hui-Ya Han, Assistant Professor, Psychology Debra Kneser, Assistant Professor, Institute of Professional Development Jeffrey Koob, Professor, Social Work David Leichter, Assistant Professor, Philosophy Ronald Lewis, Instructor, Criminal Justice

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Melissa Luedtke, Project Director, TRiO/SSS Grant Jana McAulffe, Assistant Professor, Philosophy Susan Osteen, Assistant Professor, Nursing Gregory Reed, Science Learning Specialist Thomas Richter, Associate Director of Institutional Research Ann Salm, Assistant Professor, Biology Ryan Schroeder, Track and Cross Country Coach Quintin Sullivan, Associate Professor, Social Work Breanna Sutfin, Assistant Professor, Nursing Goran Trajkovski, Executive Director of Adult and Graduate Studies *The names included on this list are those faculty and staff members who were hired between January 1, 2013 and August 22, 2013.

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A Mission-Inspired Community Marian University alumni reflect on the impact of the Mission and Core Values

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ach moment matters. Every hour, minute and second is an opportunity to live, to serve, to succeed and to inspire positive change in our own lives and in the lives of others. It is our purpose — and mission —to make a difference in our world through each of these moments. To some, a mission is just another statement or saying. To others, it’s a personal reflection of one’s values, a call to action and a guiding light for the future.

“The development of our core values really changed the landscape and future of the university,” said Schmidt. “They are our belief system. The foundation of Marian and CSA is focused on our spiritual heritage and our calling in life. These values all are interwoven together — you cannot have one without the other. We all need them, not just here at Marian, but as we go out into the world and live out our calling.”

For Marian University, the Mission and Core Values go hand in hand with the impact and value of the Marian experience, especially since inspiring more than 14,000 alumni to make a difference in their own lives and leave a mission-inspired legacy in their path.

A Quality Learning Environment

Spiritual Traditions at the Heart With strong convictions and passion for service, the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes set out more than 75 years ago to create and develop a quality educational environment at Marian University. For Sister Judith Schmidt, CSA ’63, Marian and its mission have always had a spot in her heart. Schmidt’s 22 years of service to Marian were filled with passion, and she continues to be a supporter of the university’s purpose in the community. “After graduating from Marian with my education degree, I took 13

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“The Mission and Core Values are what drive us to success. Marian will continue to grow, as will the community’s passion for living our Mission and Core Values.” — Sr. Judith Schmidt ‘63

all that I learned and applied it to my teaching and leadership within the schools I worked in and through CSA,” said Schmidt. “From my role with Marian’s adult and continuing education department to serving in mission development, the Marian community is one that I treasure deeply.” Throughout her time at Marian, Schmidt felt called to serve in as many areas as she could, and was an integral part in the development of the Mission and Core Values.

As an academic learning environment, the focus and value of learning is central to the success of the university, illustrated by how Marian’s academic support and attention to a personal, applied experience inspired James Goodfellow ‘09, to achieve more. “I knew Marian’s learning environment was what I needed,” said Goodfellow, a native of Naperville, Ill. “After graduating high school, I wanted to continue my education while still feeling the camaraderie with an athletic team. Marian allowed me to do both.” For Goodfellow, learning did not always come as easy as making a goal or a home run, but because of his hard work, determination and support from Marian’s faculty and staff, his dreams became a reality. “Marian’s faculty want students to succeed, and through the EXCEL

program, I was able to do it. As a two sport athlete in hockey and baseball, I appreciated all of the support and resources that Marian provided for me,” said Goodfellow. Goodfellow continues to live the value of learning, both through professional development opportunities in his role as a Client Services Consultant with Hibu, as well as through his service to Marian as an assistant baseball coach. “Students — and student– athletes — at Marian have the opportunity to make an impact after graduation,” said Goodfellow. “Living the Marian experience, I enjoy mentoring student–athletes and sharing the ‘student first, athlete second’ mentality, and how lifelong learning helps you succeed in the future.”

“Learning is at the center of the University, and can be seen through its Mission and Core Values.” — James Goodfellow ‘09

Service to Others Although the campus landscape and scenery has changed over the years, Marian’s focus on service has not, especially as Lindee (Graff) Kimball ‘83 continues to serve the community. “Growing up in the Fond du Lac area, I always knew of Marian’s reputation for success,” said Kimball. “As a psychology major and now as a licensed social worker, I know my Marian experience played a significant role in who I am today.” For Kimball, attending Marian was an easy decision, as she wanted to attend a university that centered on a service and faith-based experience. 14

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“My experience at Marian wasn’t just about learning, but was how I could use what I learned to help others,” said Kimball. “Many of my professors were part of CSA. They instilled in us these values — even though they weren’t even written when I was a student. My experience allowed me to develop the mentality that we do not get anything by ourselves, but we need to work together to make a difference in our world and shine a positive light on the future.” Kimball currently serves as the Executive Director of the Solutions Center, and strives to provide safety, support and hope to individuals affected by domestic abuse and homelessness. In addition, Kimball is a member of Marian’s Alumni Association Board, and serves as a member in several other local organizations. “Service is a part of me,” said Kimball. “Marian’s focus on service and hands-on experiences allowed me to do more through working with others to make a positive difference for the future of our community.”

“Marian’s focus on service and hands-on experiences allowed me to do more through working with others to make a positive difference for the future of our community.” — Lindee Kimball ‘83

A Focus on Social Justice With a Mission centered on welcoming individuals from varied experiences, Marian’s focus on social justice continues to transform individuals to help others and embrace integrity in our world, much like Doug Edelstein ’06, who serves Winnebago County as the Assistant District Attorney.

Mission Statement

Inspired to spread our Mission, the Marian University community recently reviewed the Mission Statement to reflect Marian’s goals for the future. In doing so, Marian’s Mission Statement maintains our legacy of success, and opens doors for an inspired future.

Marian University is a Catholic applied liberal arts community that welcomes diverse spiritual traditions. Sponsored by the Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, Marian University engages students in the education of the whole person. We embrace justice and compassion and transform lives for professional service and leadership in the global community.

“It’s not hard to live the Mission at Marian — both in the classroom and in organizations. Through both of these facets, your character and values are illuminated...” — Doug Edelstein ‘06

“Marian is accepting of all types of people, and I learned that from an early point in my college search,” said Edelstein. “Social Justice has always been at the core of my upbringing. It’s not our place to discriminate or make poor choices that affect others and our world — we’re here to be of service and to move toward a common goal.” Edelstein’s dedication to justice began at Marian, where professors assisted him in gaining the foundational skills in order to reach his goal of becoming a lawyer. “It’s not hard to live the mission at Marian — both in the classroom and in organizations,” said Edelstein. “Through both of these facets, your character and values are illuminated, and Marian’s professors want to support your goals and what you want to do in life.” 15

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Core Values

The five core values of Marian University inspire everything we do at Marian University — in the classroom, in activities, in service to others and in our relationships with each other.

Community

Respecting our diversity as individuals, we encourage, challenge and nurture one another, joining together to accomplish our shared mission and vision.

Learning

We engage in a collaborative lifelong process of seeking truth and appropriating knowledge and values to transform the individual, our communities and the world.

Service

Through active service and ministry, we support one another and seek to meet the needs of the larger community.

Social Justice

We work to create individual and societal change which supports the value, dignity and opportunity of every person.

Spiritual Traditions

Valuing Marian’s Catholic religious heritage, we respect each individual’s freedom to explore a diversity of spiritual beliefs. FALL 2013

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For Edelstein, Marian’s Mission and the Core Value of Social Justice are carried with him through his role as an assistant district attorney, as well as an adjunct professor in Marian’s School of Business and Public Safety. “It’s all about doing what’s right under the circumstances,” said Edelstein. “During my more than four years of practicing law, I have strived to represent the values and beliefs of society. It’s my job to go beyond and make a bigger difference, while setting an example for the future.”

“Community at Marian is about all the elements of your experience — the classroom, the residence halls and the social and athletic activities. It’s about your whole experience,” said Lampereur. “As an educator, I believe this sense of community is necessary for a positive learning experience, and I strive to do my part to welcome others, join together and lead our community into the future.” With more than nine years of serving as an educator, Lampereur currently serves her own local community through several organizations.

Whether in the court room or back on Marian’s campus, Edelstein continues to appreciate these values and takes responsibility in serving to better our world. Inspiring Community Continually inspiring students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Marian, the Mission and Core Values serve as the fabric that holds together the Marian University experience. For Caroline (Coughlin) Lampereur ’93, the strand of community is a key component of success at Marian University.

“Marian is truly about the people. Whether in the 1990s, or when I visit the campus today, it’s the people — faculty, staff, students and alumni — who make the experience and the community so vibrant with possibility.” — Caroline Lampereur ‘93

“Marian is truly about the people,” said Lampereur. “Whether in the 1990s, or when I visit the campus today, it’s the people who make the experience and the community so vibrant with possibility. Each individual is his or her own color and is a part of the fabric that is Marian.” Inspired to get involved, Lampereur served as a Resident Assistant in Regina Hall and as a member of one of the first cross-country teams, all while earning a degree in education. 16

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“Each individual within the community can be thought of as a strand of color that is woven together to make a beautiful tapestry — each one playing a significant role in its future,” said Lampereur. “With the fabric of the Mission and five Core Values, the Marian experience can be seen as a vibrant tapestry of success that will remain solid and strong for many years to come.”

Living our Mission-Inspired Legacy Marian University, like many forward-thinking organizations, places its Mission and Core Values as the vision for the future. As a community of learners, Marian students, faculty, staff and alumni have been given an incredible opportunity to take the lessons learned from the Marian University experience and share them with the world, allowing the mission to be shared and to inspire positive change. n

Alumni Spotlight: Eric Sanchez ‘04 specific values in its students — including coming together as a community in order to serve others.”

As we go through life, we think back on those memories and moments that brought us the most happiness. For some, they may be plentiful, with many days basking in the sunshine of happiness, love and positivity, both in their own lives and in the community. For others, those moments may be few and far between — but what if one individual could help change that? For Eric Sanchez, ’04, those negative thoughts and portrayals of negative lifestyles only empowered him to make a change and embrace a “Love All, Smile More, Be Human” philosophy through his new business, Positive Bob. “The idea for Positive Bob started one evening when I became frustrated with the news,” said Sanchez, who now lives in Milwaukee, Wis. “Story after story was focused on only the negative, and yet there are so many people and organizations doing great things in this world. I asked myself, ‘where is the positivity and happiness?’ From there, Positive Bob came to fruition.” Joining this positive mentality and Sanchez’s talent for silk screening, Sanchez opened his Positive Bob business in January 2012. Through selling Positive Bob t-shirts and gear, he hoped to start a movement of positive change and send a more powerful message of optimism and hope. “I have been silk screening tshirts since my junior year of high school, and I felt this was a great 17

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Inspired to make a difference, Sanchez lives Marian’s Mission through partnering with organizations in order to give back to the community, including the Playing for Change Foundation, Kaizen Studios, Silver Cup Disc Golf, Discovery World of Milwaukee and The Kingfish, a Chicago-based band that was established by several Marian University alumni.

“Marian’s mission translates into my own personal call to action, and has allowed me to create such a successful business.” way to share my message, create change and help others realize their call to action,” said Sanchez. “Positive Bob is more than just a product — it’s a movement. It’s a message that speaks to who we are and what we believe.” Sanchez, who was an active member of Marian’s campus through athletics, credits his Marian University experience with his ability to build this business venture and further a personal mission. “Marian’s professors really had an impact on me. They helped me see who I could be and what I am capable of,” said Sanchez. “But it’s also about how Marian instills

“Marian taught me that I can use my interests and talents to do what I love — helping others,” said Sanchez. “Marian’s Mission translates into my own personal call to action, and has allowed me to create such a successful business.” Since its establishment, Positive Bob’s versatile message has taken off, with individuals and organizations sharing the Positive Bob philosophy through fundraisers, mission trips and everyday lifestyle changes both in the United States and around the world. Furthering the message, Sanchez hopes to incorporate inspirational seminars and motivational speaking into his business. “Education and engagement is just another way that I personally want to share the Positive Bob message and Marian prepared me to do that,” said Sanchez. For more information about Positive Bob, or to order Positive Bob gear, visit www.positivebobtees.com. FALL 2013

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Leading in Singapore Doctoral student shares Marian Mission through leadership at the Singpore American School

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ur educational journey does not end after high school, or even at the collegiate level; rather, it is a lifelong process that takes different forms and goes beyond our foundational years. For Dr. Darin Fahrney, ‘04/‘13, his educational journey inspired him to utilize his Marian experience and transform the lives of students at the Singapore American School.

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impact the lives of his young learners through making the school setting a fun, engaging experience.

Curiosity for learning Fahrney’s own yearning for knowledge and his love of learning led him to continue his educational goals even further, through pursuing his leadership skills in Marian University’s Ph.D. program.

“The doctoral program at Marian had the With a passion for At Marian, the Mission is the foundation same impact on me helping others, the as when I attended for teaching profession of the community, and speaks to the my masters — I felt at has always been purpose of being an effective educator, home,” said Fahrney. Fahrney’s calling. “The professors and my After graduating with both in the classroom and beyond. fellow cohort members a bachelor’s degree were open to sharing in biology education their experiences and from a public univerknowledge, and really sity, Fahrney took to allowed me to learn from multiple perspectives. It teaching within the Wisconsin public school system was beneficial to be challenged on both my way of as a high school biology teacher. teaching and the values that I hold — Marian truly made me reflect on who I am and why I’m here.” “I first encountered Marian University when I was looking to learn more and develop my skills through Fahrney’s passion for teaching was renewed, a master’s degree,” said Fahrney, a 2004 graduate especially through the Mission and Core Values of of the master’s degree program in educational the University. leadership. “The Marian community really struck a chord with me, with its small class sizes and focus “It’s not every day that a college classroom of on applied learning.” principals focuses on the ‘who am I?’ question,” said Fahrney. “At Marian, the Mission is the foundation of Eager to make a difference through his role as a new the community, and speaks to the purpose of being principal, Fahrney’s desire to share his love for the an effective educator, both in the classroom and learning process certainly inspired his students, as beyond. Since my first class, I’ve taken the Mission he continued to incorporate creative life lessons and

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with me with each experience and take the Core Values into consideration in my leadership style.” Fahrney’s education and life journey expanded with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to serve as a deputy principal at the Singapore American School located in Singapore, a Southeast Asian island city-state. After hearing of an overseas principal opportunity through networking with a fellow Marian alumnus, Fahrney and his family took on this new exciting adventure at the Singapore American School. A K–12 international school, the Singapore American School serves more than 4,000 students and offers a quality educational experience for children of missionaries, business families, U.S. military personnel and members of the U.S. government and U.S. embassy. “The school is really a melting pot of students, with more than 50 nationalities represented,” said Fahrney. “The school has been around since the 1950s, and continues the legacy of success for its students, especially for students with special learning needs.” Through his experience in the Singapore American School, Fahrney completed his doctoral dissertation on the “Voice of Struggling Adolescent Readers in a Secondary School Response to Intervention (RtI) Based Reading Program.” Fahrney’s research and educational experience at Marian University supported his passion for development and leadership in the Singapore American School.

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Developing a Global Perspective The Singapore American School offers additional resources and support for students with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) in order to help all students receive a quality educational experience and reach their fullest potential. “My Marian education helped me support students and teachers in the school in how to make accommodations and incorporate differentiated learning strategies in the classroom,” said Fahrney. “This is definitely a unique quality of the school, and I’m even part of the startup group, Next Frontiers Inclusion, where we are working to support the inclusion of all students in the learning environment.” “Educators certainly have a rewarding role, but being able to change students’ lives in a foreign country and help bring these resources to them, it’s really meaningful work,” added Fahrney. “It really speaks of Marian’s mission of educating the whole person and transforming one’s professional and global perspectives.” In addition to quality academic resources and support, Fahrney has assisted in furthering the school with its 21st century learning initiatives, both through incorporating technology and hands-on learning experiences. “We are working on making our school cutting edge, and driving it toward the future of the educational system,” said Fahrney. “Culture certainly takes on a new meaning here, as our quality educators are

incorporating travel and service-oriented trips in order to reinvent our school. Through combining our traditional methods of success with travel and hands on experiences, the Singapore American School has transformed. Our mission is to offer a quality American education with an emphasis on global perspective — and we are doing it.” Knowing the importance of a hands-on learning experience, Fahrney has led and continues to organize immersion trips to several countries during school breaks, including trips to the Himalayas, India, Burma and even a special meeting with the Dalai Lama in Tibet.

Living the Mission As an educator, Fahrney strives to make the most of each day, using his talents and skills to better the lives of students at the Singapore American School. “It is my hard work, motivation and inspirational Marian experience that has brought me such success here in Singapore,” said Fahrney. “This opportunity is certainly a reflection of my call to live out my personal values and the Mission of Marian and to do all that I can to be the quality educator and person that I have grown to be.” n

For more information about the adult and graduate programs at Marian, visit www.marianuniversity.edu/admission today, or contact the Office of Adult and Graduate Admission at admission@marianuniversity.edu or (920) 923-7650.

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Student News

Marian graduate student featured in Connections Newsletter Marian University graduate thanatology student Stefanie Dziedzic ‘14 was recently featured in Connections, a newsletter that is for the “Gifts of Hope: Organ and Tissue Donation Network” team members, in an article that celebrated her recent achievements. Dziedzic’s achievements include her paper on cultural bereavement practices being cited in the book Do Funerals Matter by Billy Hoy, published on March 10. The article also talked about her presentation at the International Transplant Nurses Society in September. It will discuss how hospitals and the Organ Procurement Organization work together “to make [organ] donation a safe and realistic option for grieving families”and will also “dispel some myths about donation.”

Miles Qualmann ‘16

Inspiring blog connects Australia culture to Marian University Expanding one’s education options, two Marian University students will be heading around the world, as they begin a semester-long study abroad experience in Australia. Miles Qualmann ’16 of Fond du Lac and Katie Sroka ‘14 of Fond du Lac will be studying at Bond University in Robina, Queensland, Australia. Bond University, a private university of more than 5,000 undergraduate students, is located on the Gold Coast of Australia, a 21 hour flight from Wisconsin.

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The Lost Trailers featured for annual Big Band Concert Marian University welcomed country band The Lost Trailers to campus on May 2 for the 2013 Big Band Concert. The band performed songs from their 2012 album American Beauty. The concert also featured country singer Clayton Anderson as the opening act. The Lost Trailers is the music project of Stokes Nielson and Jason Wyatt, who were discovered by Willie Nelson after releasing their first album The Story of the New Age Cowboy in 2000. MARIAN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE MAGAZINE 22 22MARIAN

“After travelling abroad in high school, I knew I wanted to look into studying abroad while at Marian,” said Qualmann. “As a graphic arts major, Australia has much to offer for art, culture and technology.” Although travelling to an English-speaking country, Qualmann and Sroka will still have to transition to Bond University’s campus life and coursework. They will have an opportunity to experience the vibrant culture of Robina, and the authentic fares of Australia, while also having fun on weekend excursions and field trips throughout the country. Qualmann will stay connected to the Marian University community through his blog, “Miles Away,” available at: www.marianuniversity.edu/blogs/milesaway. Stay connected through his weekly post and photo gallery!

Student News

Pink Heals participants (L to R): Samantha Austin, Ashley Behnke, Chelsie Block, Elizabeth Elbe, Jennifer Johnson, Rachel Keehan, Andrew Pulda and Megan McGrath. Austin Massey ‘15

Radiologic Technology students support breast cancer awareness through Pink Heals Tour Inspired to serve, Marian University radiology technology students participated in the Pink Heals Tour, as it made a stop at the Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh on July 23. The Pink Heals Tour, led by several pink fire trucks and police cars, travels across America in an effort to support breast cancer awareness and raise donations for breast cancer research. In addition, participants signing the pink fire truck are able to leave messages of support to individuals and families affected by breast cancer. The nine Marian University students who participated include: Samantha Austin of Crystal Falls, Mich.; Ashley Behnke of Crivitz; Chelsie Block of Ogdensburg; Elizabeth Elbe of Neenah; Jennifer Johnson of Fond du Lac; Rachel Keehan of Manitowoc; Megan McGrath of Fond du Lac; and Andrew Pulda of Kaukauna.

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Student featured during internship with Lakeshore Chinooks Austin Massey ’15 of Hustisford was featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for his summer internship with the Lakeshore Chinooks. Truly a hands-on, real world internship experience, Massey had an opportunity to experience every aspect of the Lakeshore Chinooks and Kapco Park. Although he had several roles, Massey’s priority was to serve as the official scorer, where he charted every hit, run and error while watching the game from the press box. “I would love to work in the front office of a Major League Baseball team,” said Massey, as stated in the Journal Sentinel article. Massey is double majoring in sport and recreation management and finance, and is a member of the Marian Sabre’s baseball team.

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Organizations partner to improve facilities by Luke Pattarozzi, Director of Athletic Communications It has already been a successful start to the 2013–14 year as Marian Athletics continues to expand its number of corporate partners. In 2012–13, Sabre athletics secured numerous sponsorships, including Holiday Automotive, Pepsi, Domino’s, Gustman Automotive, Backyard Grill and Whispering Springs. Moving forward, the department was able to renew sponsorships with all the above listed partners while adding some additional community businesses. Lenz Truck, Holiday CDJ, Coliseum Sports Bar and Grill and Printing Express among others have all agreed to sponsorships in 2013–14. While all of the Sabre Athletic partners have helped the department grow, one recent agreement allowed for the purchase of two new scoreboards for Smith Fields. Korneli’s Wisconsin, Express Convenience Centers and ServiceMaster of Fond du Lac partnered with Sabre Athletics to purchase and install two brand new scoreboards that will improve the fan and student–athlete experience during game days. Additionally, the businesses will offer different

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promotions throughout the entire academic year to students, faculty and staff of Marian University. “The agreement with Korneli’s, Express Convenience Centers and ServiceMaster was a unique and extremely important partnership with Sabre Athletics,” said Rich Eckert, assistant athletic director of external relations. “This partnership allowed us to improve Smith Fields with the purchase of the scoreboards, while expanding our outreach within the community. I’m extremely thankful for the support the Fond du Lac business community has granted us over the last year and am excited to continue to build on the success.” Sabre Athletics is still currently seeking new partners for the 2013–14 academic year. No business is too small or large and we hope you will consider helping us inspire hundreds of young adults academically, athletically and professionally this year. If interested in a Sabre Sponsorship, please contact Rich Eckert by email at rgeckert93@marianuniversity.edu or by phone at (920) 923-8639.

Marian inducts four to Athletic Hall of Fame by Luke Pattarozzi, Director of Athletic Communications

Marian University Athletics celebrated the induction of the 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Class on Saturday, September 28. Family, friends, students, staff and alumni gathered to honor four of Marian’s most decorated student–athletes of all-time. The class of 2013 was the second annual class to be inducted into the Marian Athletics Hall of Fame and included: Cindy (Berres) Twohig (softball), Paul Gloede (baseball), Scott Jaeger (men’s basketball) and Dan Odegard (men’s hockey).

CINDY (BERRES) TWOHIG ‘01 (softball) was a four-time All-Lake Michigan Conference selection, twice named LMC Player of the Year and two-time All-Region choice in leading Marian softball to two regular season and conference tournament titles for the Sabres from 1998–2001. Cindy continues to rank among the all-time top 10 in numerous statistical categories, including as Marian’s hits leader after totaling 199 career hits in 149 career games. Cindy was the first Marian Female Student– Athlete of the Year.

PAUL GLOEDE ‘92

(baseball) was a threetime All-Lake Michigan Conference selection and earned the rare honor of being named AllConference and All-District as a shortstop and pitcher for Marian baseball from 1988–91. Offensively, Paul ranks second all-time in RBIs and total bases, third all-time in hits, runs scored, doubles, triples and seventh in home runs. Paul was a member of the first fouryear class for Marian baseball and his teams compiled an all-time record of 100-60-1 in the first four seasons of the program.

SCOTT JAEGER ‘02

(men’s basketball) was a four-time All-Lake Michigan Conference selection and 2002 First Team Academic All-American for the Marian men’s basketball team from 1998-2002. Scott currently ranks fourth on the all-time scoring list with 1,333 points in 102 career games, all of them starts, which ranks third all-time. Scott’s teams won two LMC regular season titles and the 2000–01 tournament championship to mark the program’s first NCAA tournament appearance. Scott was a two-time winner of the Marian Male Student–Athlete of the Year award.

DAN ODEGARD ‘03

(men’s hockey) was a three-time All-Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association selection, including being named the 2002–03 MCHA Player of the Year, a four-time All-MCHA Academic recipient and three-year captain for the Marian men’s hockey team from 1999–2003. Dan went on to play professional hockey for Rio Grande of the CHL after his collegiate career as a Sabre.

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Alumni Recap Alumni Association hosts fifth annual Alumni & Friends Golf Outing With more than 80 golfers, Marian University’s Alumni Association, its board and a core group of sponsors ensured another successful golf outing fundraiser for the Marian University Alumni Scholarship Fund during the annual Alumni & Friends Golf Outing on June 21. An ever-growing event in the Fond du Lac area, the fifth annual golf outing raised more than $21,000 for the Alumni Scholarship Fund. Stay connected with the Alumni Association for more information about next year’s golf outing!

Upcoming Alumni Events Want to take a trip down memory lane? Ever miss the days at Marian University that were shared with friends and the memories of class projects, presentations and campus events? Join fellow alumni and current students in connecting to the Marian University campus through events hosted by the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations. For more information on how to connect with Marian University, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at alumni@marianuniversity.edu or at (920) 923-8937. 26

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More than 30 alumni reconnected for a Brewers vs. Cubs game at Wrigley Field.

Chicago welcomes Marian alumni for Brewers vs. Cubs game Experiencing a rain delay and a loss for the Milwaukee Brewers, more than 30 Marian alumni members came together to cheer on the Brewers vs. Cubs at the July 31 game in Chicago. Reconnecting with old friends, alumni of Marian gathered at the Goose Island Brewery and took in some old-fashioned baseball entertainment at Wrigley Field.

Marian alumni partnered with Habitat for Humanity in June.

Alumni Association assists Fond du Lac Habitat for Humanity Inspired to serve the local community, several members of the Marian Alumni Association contributed their time on June 25 to helping the Fond du Lac Habitat for Humanity. Their work included building the home and sponsoring a lunchtime meal for the Habitat for Humanity volunteers. 27

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Class Notes

Want your update featured? Email alumni@marianuniversity.edu with your latest news! Births Sara (Roberts) Kolakowski ‘00/’06 and her husband Matt are expecting their first child in December.

Katie (Razner) O’Hearn ‘11 and her husband, Riley, are expecting a child in January. Sarah Fester ‘12 and her husband Dustin welcomed their daughter, Scarlett Carol, on March 23, 2013.

Jobs/Promotions Doug Holvick ‘95 recently accepted the position as the Director for the MidwestWisconsin Region for Youth for Understanding USA (YFU). Amanda Galaviz ‘05 accepted a position as the Superintendent of the Youth Services Center in the Rock County Human Services Department in Janesville, Wis. Doug Edelstein ‘06 serves as the Assistant District Attorney in Winnebago County. Lori Highby ‘07 currently serves as the President of Keystone Click in Milwaukee, Wis. Maranda (Barth) Abitz ‘08 accepted a position as the secretary for the School of Business and Public Safety at Marian University.

Henry and Raina Peterman Blakely and Reece Ter Beest

Jolene (Birschbach) Peterman ‘00 and her husband, Kyle, welcomed twins, Henry and Raina, on February 22, 2013. Chris Haessly ‘01 and his wife welcomed their fourth child, Jackson William. Jackson joins brothers Joey (7), Jake (5) and sister Mia (4). Mike Manders ‘01 and Amanda (Gorte) Manders ‘03/‘11 welcomed their second daughter, Adelyn, on June 6, 2013.

Nicole Ter Beest ‘13 welcomed the birth of her second daughter, Blakley, on April 9, 2013.

James Goodfellow ‘09 serves as a Client Services Representative at Hibu in Appleton, Wis. Kelsey (Mace) Lenz ‘09 serves as a Registered Nurse at the CHN Medical Center.

Marriages/Engagements Sara (Roberts) Kolakowski ‘00/’06 married her husband, Matt, in October 2012. Ashley Haelfrish-Ash ‘10 married her husband Brandon Ash in July 2012. Ashley Beske ‘11 is engaged to Brad Fischer. They are set to be married in December 2014 in Appleton, Wis. Leah (Marty) Higgens ‘12 and her husband Ryan were married on May 25, 2013 in Appleton, Wis. They currently reside in Savage, Minn.

Hunter and Ryland Zabojnik

Ashley (Buchner) Zabojnik ’08 and her husband Brooks welcomed their second son, Hunter on August 10, 2013. Sarah (Lawler) Pigman ‘10 and her husband T.J. are expecting a child in late September.

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Lindsey Freund ‘13 is engaged to Russell Schneider. Lizzie (Hutter) ’13 and Tyler Guell ’13 were married in May 2013. Taylor (Hozeska) Larson ‘13 married her husband, Chad, on July 20, 2013.

Diane Abraham ‘10

Diane Abraham ‘10 serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation. Ashley Haelfrish-Ash ‘10 currently serves as a registered nurse at Holy Family Memorial Hospital in Manitowoc, Wis.

Josh Gier ‘10 recently accepted a position as a database administrator for the law firm of Michael Best & Friedrich in Milwaukee, Wis. Lee McClendon ‘10 currently serves as the Brand Coach at Qdoba of Fond du lac, Wis. Ashley Beske ‘11 accepted a new position as a DMC representative with Alta Resources in Neenah, Wis. Sean Brown ‘11 serves as a Customer Contact Specialist at Runzheimer International in Milwaukee, Wis. Kim Kriese ‘11 serves as the women’s assistant soccer coach at Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wis. Elizabeth Stafford ‘11 works in the housing and human resources office at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colo. Kyle Heinze ’12 accepted a position as a high school social studies teacher at Vernon Hills High School in Vernon Hills, Ill. Leah (Marty) Higgens ‘12 currently serves as a radiologic technician at the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) in Minnesota. Brent Johnson ‘12 serves as a marketing and sales support specialist at Audiology Management group in Sarasota, Fla.

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Jordan Dykstra ‘13 serves as a third grade teacher at Wilson Elementary School in Neenah, Wis. Ellen Eickhoff ‘13 recently accepted a position as a sixth grade language arts teacher within the Beloit School District in Beloit, Wis. Ryan Fisher ‘13 serves as a Correctional Officer at the Oshkosh Correctional Institution in Oshkosh, Wis. Kim Koenig ‘13 accepted a position as a Registered Nurse at Theda Care in Oshkosh, Wis. Jory Lawson ‘13 serves as an intern with the Campus Crusade for Christ International organization (Cru). Joelle Lillge ‘13 serves as a child care attendant for the Milwaukee Brewers, as well as a substitute teacher at Beaver Dam Unified School District in Beaver Dam, Wis.

Lori Highby ‘07 was awarded a Bravo! Entrepreneur Award through Biz Times. Lee McClendon ‘10 graduated from Moraine Park Technical College with an associates degree in Culinary Arts. Kim Kriese ‘11 recently graduated with a master’s degree in counseling from Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wis. Christopher Kauer ‘12 graduated from the Law Enforcement Academy in May 2013 from Madison College in Madison, Wis. Anthony Porcaro ‘12 is pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz. Tiffany Van Sambeek ‘13 is pursuing her Master of Science degree in Midwifery at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis.

Corv Qualmann ‘13 is a programmer at Wisnet in Fond du Lac, Wis. He started full-time in May 2013. Felicia Rodriguez ‘13 accepted a position as an admission counselor at Ripon College in Ripon, Wis.

Christopher Kauer ‘12 serves as a deputy with the Dane County Sheriff Office in Madison, Wis.

Carlos Romo ‘13 serves as a seventh grade geography and science teacher within the Beloit School District in Beloit, Wis. In addition, he serves as the head soccer coach and one of three technology coaches.

Sara Wavrunek ‘12 serves as a Registered Nurse at St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, Wis.

Olivia Smolarek ‘13 serves as a Certified Nursing Assistant for Prairie Home Assisted Living in Menasha, Wis.

Cori Whipple ‘12 serves as a police officer with the City of Hartford Police Department in Hartford, Wis.

Janessa Stoegbauer ‘13 accepted a position as a kindergarten teacher in the School District of Westfield in Westfield, Wis.

Hailey Wisner ‘12 serves as a nurse at St. Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac on the orthopedic/cardiac unit.

Jace Unrein ‘13 serves as a group and season ticket sales associate with the Miami Dolphins organization in Miami Gardens, Fla.

Sienna Compton ‘13 accepted a position as a sixth grade math and eighth grade American history teacher at the New Holstein Middle School in New Holstein, Wis.

Emily Young ‘13 accepted a position as a Registered Nurse for the Fond du Lac County Community Program.

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In Memorium Clare Herro, d. 3/4/13 Michael Doyle, d. 3/29/13 John Cetnar, d. 3/30/13 Christine Robinson ’94, d. 4/6/13 Katherine Keppert, SASN ’55 d. 4/13/13 Patrick Kennedy, d. 4/18/13 Patricia Douglas ’60, d. 4/20/13 Mary E. Daly SASN ’50, d. 4/23/13 Lucille Neuwirth SASN ’42, d. 5/1/13 Donna Schultz ’94, d. 5/11/13 Diane M. Gremminger ’73, d. 5/18/13 Betty J. Capelle SASN ’48, d. 5/22/13 Dr. Daniel Maloney, d. 6/3/13 Norma Witkowski SASN ’52, d. 6/20/13 Howard Brown ’01, d. 6/23/13 Annice Herman ’54, d. 7/7/13 Dolores Freund SASN ’55, d. 7/15/13 Mary L. Solberg, d. 7/29/13 Shirley Beltz SASN ’47, d. 8/2/13

Fiscal Year Review Condensed Statement of Activities — Unrestricted Revenues Expenses

Net Assets

011–12 2 $ 32,914,000 $ 31,759,000

2012–13 $ 31,116,000 $ 32,337,000

$ 1,155,000

($ 1,221,000)

Condensed Statement of Financial Position

2011–12 2012–13 Assets Cash, Cash Equivalents, & Investments $ 12,959,000 $ 13,228,000 Accounts and Notes Receivable (Net) $ 4,587,000 $ 4,739,000 Other Assets $ 288,000 $ 204,000 Net Property, Plant, & Equipment $ 26,916,000 $ 26,654,000

Total Assets

$44,750,000 $44,825,000

Liabilities & Net Assets Current Liabilities $ 4,400,000 $ 5,812,000 Long Term Liabilities $ 8,229,000 $ 7,529,000 Net Assets $ 32,121,000 $ 31,484,000

Total Liabilities & Net Assets $44,750,000

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Revenue $31,116,000

2%

Auxiliary Enterprises

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Investment Income

Other Revenue

7%

Gifts, Grants, Bequests and Contributions Released from Restrictions

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Plant Operations

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Instruction

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Donor Listing Trustees’ Associates $2,500 and more Agnesian HealthCare Anthony and Linda Ahern John and Susan Ahern Tripp and Colleen Ahern Anonymous donors Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation, Inc. Richard and Karen Baker Baker Family Foundation Bernice Bown ’56 Ralph Breit Sarl Chromagar Joel and Terry Cohen Columbia Pipe & Supply Co. Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes CSA Sponsorship Ministry Lance A. and Susan Ehrke Ron and Terri Emanuel ’86 Robert and Ann Fale First Supply LLC Fond du Lac Area Foundation Fond du Lac Rotary Charities Inc. Dr. Fred J. Frigo GE Foundation The Grande Foundation Green Bay Packers Foundation Bob Heltzel Holiday Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM David J. Hornung Gretchen Hornung SASN ’48 John and Cathy Korb Michael and Stephanie Korb Korb Family Foundation Inc. Brian and Kristen Lenz Lenz Sales & Service, Inc. Marian University Alumni Association Marian University Faculty and Staff Wayne and Mary Matzke Estate of Elaine McCarthy William H. & Lois McEssy Foundation Mercury Marine Susan Mischler John and Margaret Nelson Francis & Ruth Oberrerich Foundation Ewa and Gerald Pane The Printing Express, Inc. Dr. R.G. Raymond & Sarah Raymond Foundation Nicholas C. Revello Trust Gary and Amy Sadoff Sadoff Family Foundation Dr. Frederic G. Sanford Angelo and Jane Santinelli Joan Schilke ’65 Mark and Charlotte Schwabero James B. and Kathleen Simon ’64 Adam and Jill Stone Eric and Kendra Stone Peter and Barbara Stone Stone Foundation, Inc. Dr. Darold and Dorothy Treffert Dr. James van Dyke

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Kevin Voelker ’84 Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities S. Clay Willmington

President’s Club $1,000–$2,499 J. F. Ahern Co. Jeff Clark and Stacey Akey ’92/’96 Ariens Foundation, Ltd. Mary Ann Austin Badger Liquor Company, Inc. Nancy Birschbach ’07/’09 Kate Candee Dr. and Mrs. Henry Chang Don and Carey Gardin Thomas and Doris Gilles Dr. Larry and Debra Heller ’01 Carol Henrichs ’73 Robert and Lori Hornung Claudia Huettl Kevco Pipelines Ltd. Dr. Julie Luetschwager Tim and Cathy Mathweg Fund Myra Manser Mayville Engineering Co., Inc. Dr. Janet S. McCord Mary McNamara Milwaukee Valve Helen B. Perry A. Charles Pierce Dr. Mary Polchert Porter Pipe & Supply Co. Shirley Putman ’64 Erin P. Rademann Corrine Reichert Dolores Roberts SASN ’50 Matthew and Joretta Shinners Sodexo Katherine and Michael Spaude John and Sally St. Peter Dr. Michael and Mary Strigenz Dr. Chris Tangen Dr. Tim and Mary Twohig John and Donna Weir Dr. Nicolette Weisensel ’96 Joseph and Ann Sheridan Wenzler ’65 Wisconsin Energy Corporation Zurn Industries LLC

Founder’s Club $500–$999 Advanced Tooling Incorporated Alliant Energy Foundation Baker Cheese Factory, Inc. BCI Burke Company, LLC Commonwealth Construction Corp. DDW Enterprises Evergreen Festival Foods Flood Homes Inc. Fond du Lac Arts Council, Inc.

Fox Valley Savings Bank Pam George ’73 Virginia Gilmore ’98 Tom and Julie Ann Gnewuch Grande Cheese Mathew Gustman ’06 Amy Hennings Holiday Automotive Hydro-Flo Leslie Jaber-Wilson ’91 JP Morgan Jim and Marsha Klinke Mary Kosmer ’11 Kathryn Kunkel ’13 Nina and Robert Lesch Michels Corporation National Exchange Bank & Trust Dr. Edward and Annalisa Ogle R.W.E. Goldsmith LTD., Inc. Emily Ries Ripples Project Foundation Katherine Schuessler Mathew Spaude ’05 Dr. Sue Stoddart Dr. Nancy L. Stuever Swanson & Youngdale Catherine Vande Hei Viega LLC Sylvester Wargula Nathan Wolf Agnes Ziegert Estate Ashley Zumbrock

Naber Society $250–$499 David M. Ahern Ahern-Gross, Inc. Julie Balson Erika Bognar ’96 Catherine Boyle Heidi Bremer ’05 Maureen Burke ’66 C&R Horticultural Services Capelle Bros & Diedrich Culligan Water Quality Improvement, Inc. Mary Delfosse ’81 Thomas DePaoli Edgarton, St Peter, Petak & Rosenfeldt Law Firm Excel Engineering, Inc. Catherine Flood ’07/’11 Robert and Dorothy Fuelling ’68 Terry and Jane Gaffney ’72 John and Kathleen Gellings ’04 Dr. Mary Gross Joan Hanson SASN ’47 HSA REP LLC Huberty & Associates Kathleen Hughes Jack Twohig Carpet One Jackson Kahl Insurance, LLC Larry Jacobson

Lindsay Karlin ‘05 Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc. Kondex Corp William Maegli ’97 William McIntosh Sharon C. Miklavcic Dr. John Morris and Paisley Harris David P. Moser Jason J. Murphy Paul M. Neuberger ’08 Dr. Jonathan Nicoud Nielsen Company LLC Dian Polly ’78 Sarah Ponath Rademann Stone & Landscape Co. Ray Alderman & Sons Inc. Sager & Colwin Law Offices, S.C. Saint Mary’s Springs High School Horacio Sanchez ’95/’98 Jennifer and Michael Schaible ’94 Rick Schumaker Virginia Sitter ’55 John and Rachael Smith Tim Steger Dr. Anthony and Diane Strigenz Harlan Swift ’75 Rose Vickery ’82 Lorette Wambach ’SASN ’47 Phil and Mary Wegmann Dr. John and Marlys Welsch William C. Mauthe & Associates, D.D.S., SC Youngstown Tube Company Zehren Electric

Sabre Society $100–$249 Seymour and Shirley Abrahamson Edward and Bonnie Anderson Julie Anding Andrew Law Offices, S.C. Marianne Ariens SASN ’58 Badger Soft Water, Inc. Amy Baier ’05 Dr. Josefina Baltodano Karen and Donald Bassett Eileen Baus ’87 Kathleen Baus ’63 Mary Jo Bednarek ’78 Suzanne Boudreau Louise Bowen ’70 Richard J Brachman, II Jean Braun Lena Brogno Bucher Law Group Richard Budzinski ’02 Melissa Buechel ’00 Ann Buechel Haack ’03 Gisele Burnett Renee Busse ’99 C.D. Smith Construction Richard A. Candee Sally and Chris Candee

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Donor Listing Rees Candee Mary Cappellari ’63 Patricia Casetta ’66 Patricia Caspary ’90 Melanie Chars ’03 Tamala Christian ’03/’06 Bonnie Clark ’73 Kathleen Clay-Groothousen ’82 Mary Ann Cody ’68 Compass Partners Jeanne Courneene ’08 Mary Danhauer ’97/SASN ’61 Tom Davis Ellen and Richard Dehnel ’97 Rick Dittberner ’99 Jane Doherty Sharon Donovan ’76 Therese Drake Colleen D’Souza ’04 Tom and Nadine Duffy ’63 James P. Duley Julie Duley ’79 Robert Duley ’90 Gerald Dunphy Norma and Michael Eagan Christine Erickson ’89 Katherine A. Falk Keith Falk Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Lynda Fields ’91/’98/’08 Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce Dorothy Ford ’71 Julie and Donald ’00 Fortney Lillian Fox ’52 Anthony Franzen ’95 Nanci Fredrich ’80 Arlene Funk ’60 Lori Garbisch ’06 Scott E. Geyso Giddings and Lewis Legacy Fund Ed Gillen Gary and Suzanne Gillen Mary St. Peter Gilmore SASN ’60 Amy Goebel ’12 Patrick and Mary Goebel Goldstein and Taylor Psychologists and Consultants Audrey Gorwitz SASN ’59 Margaret Grabowski ’80 Theresa and Todd Grannis Judy and Harlan Grubb Shirley Guelig ’75/’94 Darlene Hanke SASN ’63 Denise Harmsen ’06/’08/’09 Cheryl Hartwig ’04/’06 Jody Hartzell Priscilla Hauri Burleton ’70 Patricia Hawig ’65 Dr. Darrell and Cheryl Hay Colleen Hayes ’80 Dennis and Crystal Hechimovich Joel J. Heim Jim and Ruth Heiser Tom and Sally Herre

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Thomas and Sue Hierl Hierl Insurance Sharon Hilbert ’72 David Hoffman ’92 Sharon Hsu ’75 Cheryl L. Hucke Mary Jacobs ’65 Norine Janzen ’65 JEL Holdings LLC Angelica Jimenez ’04 Barbara Jordan Elizabeth Kahl ’65 Long Kaiser ’80 Debbie Kane ’81 Karen Karbowski ’64 Larry Karlin Craig and Kari Keller Julia A. Kerrigan Marguerite Keys ’52 Lisa Kidd Mary Klein Michael Francis Klich ’94 Mary Klink ’73 Rosalie Koenen ’69 Harold Kohal ’07 Jim Koslowski John and Tracey Koslowski Susan Kratz ’80 Jean Kroupa ’76 Patricia Kugler ’72 L&S Insulation Co., Inc. Ron LaBorde Liberty Mutual Group Peter and Joyce Ludovic Bonnie Luhmann ’72 Lutheran Homes and Health Services, Inc. Kristine Lyon ’00 MAG Manowske Welding Corp Marquette University Lois Masche ’88 Stephen Matz ’01 Lisa McArthur ’08/’09 E. Michael McCann William A. McCarthy Dorothy McClellan Jackson ’65 Debra McMorrow Sean and Paulina McPhillips Theodore Menge ’95 Mentore Thomas J. Merckx ’96 Janice and Gary Meyer Lisa M. Michels Strebe ’91 Mid-States Aluminum Corp. Michele Mieczkowski ’95 Julie Miehe ’98 Steven and Mary Millin James and Diane Miner Luciya A. Miner Donna Mleczek ’68 Garry Moise ’05/’08 Charles Moser, Jr. Mary Moser ’71 Roger Mueller ’88

Judith Musolf ’61 Ed Musuras Mark and Rhonda Nelson Vicki Nelson Mike Neuberger Arleen M. Neuman Nancy and Kelly Noble David and Barbara Nosella Jane Novak ’80 Stephanie and Thomas Nurdin Catharine Nuss Richard Nuss Jeffrey Ogle ’80 Lisa and Douglas Olig ’94/’05 Darla J. Orton Margaret Pamenter ’69 Cheryl Ann Passel Jessie Pearson ’92 Pencoff Services, Ltd. Aimee Petersen ’99 Stephen Peterson Thomas and Anne Petri Richard Pieper H.J. and Barbara Pollei Judith Pomeroy ’87 Mark Queripel James Race ’87 Glenna Rackow Patricia Redman ’64 Jeffrey and Slyvia Reed Thomas Richardson Dr. Richard and Leslie Ridenour Lori Rieth ’77 Dr. Nancy Riley Karen Roberts ’82/’04 Donna Roggentine ’75 Nancy Rossenthal-Forest ’66 Roger and Sharon Roznowski Gail and Robert Rubel Robert and Marilyn Rucks Diane Ruhland ’70 Dr. James and Shirley Rupple Joanne Rusecki ’83 Julie Sabish SASN ’61 Mehdi and Karolyn Samman Karen Schaefer ’68 Joe Schechtel Dr. Joan Schilling ’64 Ann Schlaefer ’80 Kerri Schmidt ’81 Daniel and Laura Schreiner Theresa Schulte ’94 Thomas L. Schuppe Christine Mary Schwenck ’90 Alex K. Scull Linda Seefluth ’95 Mary Shafer ’03 Sandra Shafer Myer ’99 Thomas Silbernagel ’98 Slim McGinn’s West Donald T. Smeaton Steve ’10 and Joyce Smith ’10 Pauline Smith ’68 Charlotte Snow ’93 Carol Solverud ’75

Juanita Starr SASN ’40 Christine Stautz ’74 Strategies, LTD Kerry Strupp ’04 Sunset Bank Raymond and Rebecca Susnik Dr. Matt Szromba Heather Taylor ’04 Cheryl Teichmiller ’93/’04 Lindee Thill-Kimball ’83 Jerry Tighe Tim Vanden Heuvel Agency Joan Timm Sally Tomcheck ’82 Ann Tomhave SASN ’55 Lori Tritz ’85 Patricia Twohig ’49 Twohig Family Dentistry, LLC Michael Tyson US Bancorp Foundation Matching Gift Program Joseph and Donna Voccaro Rozanne Van Deurzen ’59 Therese Vega-Stromberg ’78 Kay Vogel ’87 Jacqueline Vollmer SASN ’59 Joyce and Earl Vorpagel Vozar Appraisal Service, Inc. James Wegmann ’00 Holly Welk ’92 Mary Ann Welp ’61/SASN ’54 West Bend Mutual Insurance Co. Judy Wickert Sandra Will ’07 Nancy Willard ’70 Mr. John Wiskerchen ’94 Rosemarie Witczak ’70 Norma Witkowski SASN ’51 Edward and Margaret Woytych ’46 Mary Zande ’66 Sharon Zima Dr. Matthew Zimmerman ’99

Friends $99 and under Greta Rens Aberg ’74 Maranda Abitz Barth ’08 Timothy and Catherine Abler ’84 Mike Adelbush Amy Ahlstrom ’10 Kimberly Albrecht ’11 William Albrecht Irene Alderman SASN ’60 Anna Alfoldi ’11 Ann Anders ’78 Corinne Anderson ’05 John and Julie Anderson Kolb Anderson ’06 Michael Anderson ’10 Corey Ansfield ’08 Terence Arnold ’93 Esteban Arreguin ’10 Jill Auchtung ’95

Donor Listing Lois B. Augustson Sandra L. Aumann Donna Baenen ’87 Cynthia Bailey ’01 Jordan Baitinger Steven Baitinger Bruce and Laura Balfe Joanne Ball ’06 Mary Balthazor ’79/’03 Karl Bancker ’07 Michael and Terri Barber Kristen Barger Steven and Cynthia Barger Archie Barribeau ’98 Jane Barton ’82 Emily Bates ’10 David Battenberg ’96 Bauer Chiropractic Bauer Physical Therapy, LLC Elizabeth Baurichter ’80 Baxter International Foundation Beth Bayless David and Kathy Beauchamp Verna Bechard ’58 Alexander Becker ’11 Andrew Beckmann Diane Behm ’98 Gilbert and Penelope Beine Bob ’99 & Jean Beinemann ’78 Peggy Bellin ’86 James Bender ’75 Karen Bennett ’95 Kathleen Bennot ’92 Robert Benson ’89 Cynthia Benzing Charley Bergs ’06 Mitchell Berman ’10 Kathleen Bernard ’01 Alice Bernhard Sandra Bernier ’05 Mary Kay Bertagnoli Esther Bethke SASN ’54 Connie Betz ’00 Janice Beyer ’68 Connie Birschbach ’70 Patricia Birschbach ’02/’11 Lawrence E. Bislew Maggie Blaha ’64 Allisha Blachette ’10 Victoria Olson ’09 Sandra Blatz ’96 Marguerite Blazkovec ’80 Ryan J. Blick Blinds R Us LLC Bernadine Blise Brigett Blise Patricia Boelhower ’73/’95 Todd Boelter Dr. David Boers Mark and Lori Bogacz Diane Bogenhagen ’79 Aaron Bohnsack ’01 Joanne Borck ’71 Gary L. Borgardt ’96 Joyce M. Borndahl SASN ‘49/’68

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Deborah Bornick ’12 Dr. Susan Bornstein-Forst Shamina Boseman Mark and Sue Bosworth Audrey Boudjou ’11 Dennis Bowman David Braasch ’11 Julie Brabbit Theo Bralick Leonard and Karen Braunling Larry Bray Mary Bray Alice M. Brennan Angela Brill ’10 Mary Brinker ’95 Jodi Brockman ’04 Barbara Brown ’13 Joe Brown Janice Brownell ’64 Katie Sue Bruckner ’98 Carl and Mary Jane Bruss Joseph Bryan ’95 Laurie Buchber ’99 Jill Buchinger ’00 Barbara Buechel ’72 Rosemary Buelow ’90 Joan Buerger ’91 Mary Burger ’69 Dr. Marilyn Bugenhagen Debra Bukowski ’08 Bonita Burner ’01 Dr. Jerry Burns Patricia Burns Shirley M. Burton Margaret and Gary Buss Anne and Mike Buss ‘92 Holly Busse ’11 Kristine Butke Flamont Butler ’97 Sharon Buttke ’70 Colleen Callaway ’01 Gerald ’94/’99 and Erin Cameron ’97 Dan Candee Paula Cardinal-Winkel ’94 Joseph P. Carlino Mary Ellen Carlson Rebecca Carpenter ’07 Bette Carr ’01 Michael Carroll ’96 Sherry Caves Donald and Marilyn Cayen ’64 Eric Cera ’08 C.Edward ’85 and Lisa Cerney ’85 Karen Cerny ’88 John and Laurie Cetnar Ruth M. Chaslavsky SASN ’46 Wesly Chery ’11 Edith Chiappetti ’06 Tabitha Chizek ’11 Walter Cholewa Esther Christian ’71 Kimberly Cinnamon ’10 Ernst Clarenbach ’10 Kay Coates ’00 James and Beverly Coenen

Maria Cole ’12 Hilda Colp Janet Coon ’92 Gregory Copeland ’09 Jean M. Copple Amanda Cords ’09 Ann Corenblum ’75 Christine Costello Caroline Coughlin ’93 Melanie Cowling ’96 Judith Cretens ’92 Mary Cudnohfsky ’80 Roger and Margaret Curtiss Ryan ’01 and Amy Czyzewski ’02 Jana Dahms Judith Dahnke ’92 John L. D’Amato ’06 Amy Daniels ’96 Kathy Daul ’78 Susan Davies ’11 Mary S. DeBruin ’70 Anthony and Mary De Guelle Jeffrey Dean ’09 Barbara Jean Deer ’73 Suzanne DeGroot ’11 Pamela A. Deguelle Scott Dell Mary Denzin ’81 Nancy Desotell ’82 Amy Dettman ’80 Bob Diener Connie Diener Dr. Steven and Eileen DiSalvo Mary Ditter SASN ’51 Kristen Doedens ’01 Jerald and Karla Donohue Dawn Drach ’69 Christine Dreger Dolores Du Pont SASN ’45 David Dukish ’09 Charlene Duley ’81 James and Mari Dunphy Dr. Jim Dunphy Richard Dunton ’78 John Dupies ’09 Juliet Durdin Teri Ann Durkin Richard and Linda Dykstra Kenneth and Tara Ebben Rich Eckert and Ashley Kuhlmann Donna Edlund Diane Edwards ’96 Susan Egnarski ’00 Ellen Eickhoff ’13 Lisa Eisner ’03 Alexandra Elliott Heather Elsinger ’09 Georgina Ennis David Erickson ’10 Jennifer Esp ’93 Brian Evans Ryan Falke ’00/’11 Marilyn Faris ’61 Christine Feldhusen ’94 Gina Felker

Joan Ferguson ’73 Ms. Genevieve Feyen SASN ’52 Sharon Fialkowski SASN ’66 Barbara L. Fischer ’76 Doris Fischer ’54 David and Paula Fisher Delores Fisher Ryan Fitch ’06 Joyce Flader ’71 Janet Flaherty ’75 Joanne Flanders ’65 Brad J. Flannigan Donna Foote ’96 Lisa Forbes Jason Ford ’10 Sandra Ford ’80 Marjorie Foster ’02 Philip Foti ’94 Catherine Fowler ’76 Rose Mary I. Francis ’58 Elizabeth Frank SASN ’51 Robert Frank ’05 Michael Franke ’97 Martha Franz Sharon Freiberg ’91 Jason Freismuth ’11 Charles and Gail Frentzel Sharon Freund Sherry L. Friedel Mary Fritz-Wagner ’82 Kristin Frydryk ’06 Mary Fuhrmann Jean Gabor ’66 LuAnn J. Gaertner Donna Galik ’08 Gannett Wisconsin News Group A. Darlene Ganz Ashly Garner Rita Garvin ‘64 Joyce Gau ’72 Lara Gauthier ’02 Sarah Gebhardt ’10 Donald Geenen ’92 Cory Gelhausen ’09 Justin Gerlach ’07 Patricia Gerlach ’82 Carole Gescheidle ’84 Sally Giebel ’57 Amy Giese-Zabolski ’10 Randy and Linda Gifford Nicole Gifford ’04 Andy Gitter ’00 Kevin Gitter ’94 Sue Gius Judy Glander Julie Ann Gniewek Terrina Goeden ’01 Kristin Goehler ’09 Scott Goetsch ’02 Dolores Goggins SASN ’50 Deborah Golias, CSA ’66 James Goodfellow ’09 Kelli Goodsir ’99 Kathleen Gormican ’70 John and Mary Ellen Gormican ’71

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Donor Listing Mary Gould ’61 Kristy Gourlie ’04 Gail Graczyk ’07 James Graff Jacquelynn Grahn ’08 Kerry Grant ’94 Thomas Grant ’06 Dr. James T. Gray Deanna Grimm ’70 James and Therese Gronemeyer Allen Gross Darcy Gross ’03 Julie Grosshuesch ’04 Corinne Grover ’10 Stephen Groves ’08 Robert Gudates ’08 Kimberly Guderski ’01 Rebecca Guelig ’09 James and Claudette Guell Pamela Guess ’82 Tom and Jeannine Guilfoile SASN ’56 Evelyn Gunderson ’69 Todd Gundlach Jane Gurno ’92 Stefanie Gutermann Laurette Guy ’71 Joanne M. Guzik Jenny Guzman Wayne Habbert Michael A. Hacker Monica Hady ’07 Steven and Margaret Haessly Maureen Halfman Therese Halfmann ’70 Phil and Kelly Hammen Leanne Hanagan ’98 Dean and Christi Hansen Parker Hansen ’04 Scott Hansmann ’92 Jeffrey Harbridge ’07 Wayne Hass ’91 Sallyanne Hassert ’96 Mary Hatlen ’07/’10 Margaret Haupt ’76 Andew Hayes ’11 Mark Heck ’01 Marc Heimerl ’11 William Heinzelman ’92 Georgia Helfen ’66 Jennifer Helmbrect ’97 Clara Henning ’62 Holly Hensler ’01 Fred and Karen Herman Aminda Hernandez ’03 Scott Hernke Lisa Herrmann ’02/’08 Marcia Herzfeldt ’07 Elaine Hessil ’62 Andrew Heup Karen Heup Joanne Higgins SASN ’57 Victoria Hildebrandt Tracy Hiller ’88 Cindy and Mark Hillesheim Erin Hills ’10

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Deborah Hilscher ’96 Kristine Hilt Jeanne and Ward Hinz ’98 Ryan Hitchcock ’10 Marcia Hletko ’58 Maureen Hoelzel ’69 Malia Hoffmann ’07 Lauren Holly ’05 Dennis Holm ’96 Patricia Holszchuh ’81 Gary Holtman ’95/’97 Gerald Holz Greg Holz Lindsay Homan ’09 Leann Hopp ’94 Donna G. Houg Joseph Howard, II ’11 Gretchen Huberty SASN ’66 Vickie Huck ’93 Michael and Amy Huebner Sandra Huebner ’98 Dawn M. Huffman ’09 Andrew Hughes ’09 Jennifer Hughes ’96 Christine Hundertmark ’75 Jennifer Hughes ’96 IBM International Foundation Mathew Immel ’02 Suzanne Immel ’00 Donna Innes, CSA ’67 Michael Iorio ’02 Clemens Jacak ’95 Thomas and Lana Jacobs Gene M. Jacquet Kathleen Jadin ’95 Susan Jaeger ’06 Anne Jagodzinski ’96 Gerald Jankiewicz ’75 Stefan Jankowski Phyllis Janowski ’06 Joyce Jaques Jerome and Kim Jenrich Nancy Jezo ’91 Kim Jodarski ’93 Tammy Johnsen ’87 Kathryn Johnson ’72 Lashaunda Johnson ’10 Randall and Shawna Johnson Stacy Johnson ’97 Helen Florence Jones SASN ’46 Jean Richard Joseph ’09 Mrs. Marilyn J. Juckem ’73 Melisa Junk ’99 Kathleen Jurecki ’06 Jerome K. Kaczkowski Connie Kahl ’97 Kathryn Kaiser ’11 Susan Anne Kalmerton SASN ’62 Dr. Carl Kalwaitis Mary E. Kamins Brian and Linda Kaminski Andrea Kamphuis ’11 Richard and Patty Kandiko ’99 Lois Karlin, CSA Patricia Karls

Stella Karls, CSA ‘62 Thomas Karls ’89 Benjamin Kastein ’09 Carrie Kasubaski ’97 Jason Kaufman Jean Kedinger ’73 Kathryn Kedinger ’75 Barbara Keehn ’70 Cindy Keitel Diane Keller ’78 Fred and June Keller Shawn Kelly ’04 Susan Kelly-Kohlman ’72 Timothy Kemmel ’05 Renee Kempfer ’84 Gloria Kennedy ’02 Dr. Michael Ketterhagen Joshua ’97/’02 and Sally Ketterhagen ’97 Paula Kiel ’86 Alan J. Kietzmann Rhonda Kimmel ’93 Kara K. Kinas Joan Kintz SASN ’61 Dianne Kircher, ’01 Anthony H. Kirsch ’88 Kirsch Unlimited Design Wallprinting Gayle Kiszley ’01 Sandra Klabunde ’67 John Klapoetke Diana Klapperich ’07 Theresa Klapperich ’10 Alicia Klaus ’09 Terena Kleckner Kathleen Klegin ’67 Jennifer Klein ’04 Monica Kleinhans ’10 Janet Klemm ’00 John Klopotek ’94 Ann Prening ’07 Jaimesue and James Knowlton ’99 Marie Koch ’80 Mary Koczan ’05 Kathryn Koenig ’99 Sue Koenigs ’90 Jill Koenitzer ’98 Susan Koepsel Janet Koester ’08 Mary Koester Cynthia Koffman Patricia Kohler Nicole Kohlmann ’11 Lucas Klaus ’09 Mary E. Komlo Helen Komplin ’71 Margaret Konopka ’80 Karen Rose Kordick SASN ’64 Kevin Korn ’00 Evelyn Korth SASN ’42 Greta Kostac Mary Kotek ’84 Mark and Julie Koth Helen Kozak Kathie Kraemer ’73 Dawn Krance ’04

Sofia A Krans Carol Kratcha ’60 Cheryl Krebs ’73 Dana Krejcarek ’00 David Kremer ’00 Jason Krings ’09 Christine Krizenesky ’94 Joe Kroetz Jennifer K. Krueger Kyle Krueger ’08 Linda Krueger ’71 Linda Krueger Chris Kruel Jessica ’00 and Jake Fakes ’03 Christina Kubasta Mary Kuchenmeister ’58 Thomas Kuenzi Amy J. Kuerschner Stephen J. Kuhnen Jeri L. Kukurich Casey and Linda Kulinski Gary and Susan Kulinski William Kurer ’91 Christine Kutnink-Richards ’10 Lori Lacey ’04 James ’97 and Shannon LaLuzerne ’95/’02 Gaylord and Lois Lambries Joyce Lamers ’69 Kristine Lamp ’07 Alice Lampereur ’82 Nan Lee Langan SASN ’63 Andrea Langenfeld ’03 Barbara Langman ’06 Ray Lapierre Andrea Larson ´06 Mark Larson ’82 Rebecca Larson Christine Laurent Robert LaViolette ’95 Kathleen Lazarewicz ’11 Amy Leahy ’07 Loretta Lechner ’78 Edwin Lee ’05/’07 Terry ’07 and Susan Leininger Debra Leitner ’00 Pat Leker Jennifer Lemense ’00 Angela J. Lemke ’04 Tanya Leonhard ’97 Dennis Levenhagen ’89 Mary Elizabeth Lidral SASN ’52 Marilyn Lienke ’72 Mary Lindborg ’72 Linda Lindgren ’03 Kathleen Lis ’96 James Lisbeth ’06 Marsha Lisowe ’72 Julie Llewellyn ’02 Sarah LLoren ’81 Robert Paul Lloyd ’87/’99 Tim Lloyd Sandra Lobner ’96 Susan Lohmann ’69 Robert and Lori Lohry

Donor Listing Heather Longworth ’09 Janet Lownik ’66 Joan Lucas-Moore ’05 Karen Luedtke ’89 Ann Luker ’92 Belinda Lyons Lisa Mader ’05 Nancy Mahnke ’81 Janet Mahoney ’95 Pat Majerus ’77 Dr. Michelle Majewski Theresa Makowka ’09 Mary Mallien ’01 Andrew R. Mammel Jean Mandel ’85 William Manis ’84 Becky Manthei ’00 Timothy Manzke Marjorie Marchant SASN ’50 Theresa Marcone Marine Insurance Services, LLC Julie Marks ’81 Kathleen Marsh ’91 Cory Martin ’12 Kelly Marwitz ’04 Dan Marx Tracey Marx Pamela Maschke ’06 Timothy and Jaimie Massey Mark Mason ’02 Tim and Cathy Mathweg Mae and Vernon Mathwich Marian Matoska SASN ’61 Angie Mattheis ’90 Robert ’77 and Margaret Mattice ’78/’94 Jamie Mau ’11 Dawn Maxwell ’94 Mary May ’88 Irene Mayer ’62 Mindy McAllister ’10 George and Carol McArthur Lisa M. McBride Frances McClurkin SASN ’48 Kathleen McCord ’83 Terry and Julie McCoy Mary McDonald ’74 Jeff and Patti McGovern Mary McHugh ’66 Patricia McLaughlin ’76 James McLure ’07 McNeilus Steel Inc. Louis and Ellen McVeigh Angela McVitty ’99 Debra Mecca ’79 Jeannie Mehling-Smith ’02 Donna Meinke ’69 Kathryn Memenga ’91 Connie Merrick ’74 Bill Merzlicker Scott ’02 and Victoria Merzlicker ’03 Jessica Lynn Metko ’08 Bruce Meyer ’00 Emily Meyer ’07 Michelle Meyer ’95

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Margaret Michael ’94 Joanne Michaels ’69 Trista Michels ’06 Matthew Mielke ’08 Kate Millan ’97 Anthony Miller ’96/’02 Carol Miller ’90 David ’91 and Kathleen Miller ’77 Kathleen Miller ’65 Kurt Miller ’05 Mary Miller ’70/’02 Colleen Miller-Stowell John Milotzky ’08 Denise J. Mims Michelle M. Morris Elaine Muehlins SASN ’49 Dan Mueller Tracy Mueller ’85 Rodney Muenster ’88 Patricia Mullooly SASN ’63 Brandon Mumm Lucille C. Munizzi Tod Munyon ’99 Alice Murphy ’64 Judith Murphy Jeff and Laura Murphy Mark Murphy ’08 Susan E. Murphy Joan Murray ’58 Patrick Murray ’94 Rick Murray Jacqueline Myrhum ’03 Tony Nass Mary Navin ’61 Terry Needham Mary Nelson ’87 Victoria Nelson ’09 Sarah Neubauer ’08 Mary Neumann Pauline Newhouse Christine Newman-Brehmer ’94 Alice Newton-Eggers ’87/’97 Amy Newton ’94 Danielle Newton ’88/’04 Mary Nick ’84 Susanne Nickolai-Mays Margaret Niederhe ’76 Debbie J. Ninfo ’02 Wendy Ninmann ’11 Wendy A. Nipko Janis Norem ’01/’08 Mary Jo Norgel Christopher and Cynthia Nowak Judith Nugent ’83 Andrea Nuss ’02 Lucille A. Nuss ’63 Janice O’Brien ’65 Pat and Marilyn O’Brien Mary O’Brien ’76 Rosita O’Connell ’58 Jane O’connor ’75 Patricia O’Connor ’77 Dianne Olson ’70 Jennifer O’Malley ’94 Kathryn Omernik ’72

Joanne and Harry Onderwater Patricia Ontko ’96 Jonathan Ortega ’02 Debra Ortiz ’00 Denise Osier ’88 Norma Osterndorf David Otis ’94 Gary Ott Christopher and Carolyn Otters Christopher ’03 and Carolyn Paine ’03/’07 Greg Palecek ’93 Larry Pabulicki ’05 Linda Pankow ’80 Cindy Parker ’82 Dawn Parker ’00 Reginald Parson ’13 Amanda Paruch ’07 David Pasewald ’95 Aaron Paul ’06 George and Anna Paul Garry and Debra Paul Cynthia and Martin Paulsen Peace By Piece Co. Bret and Cathy Pearson Karen Ann Pearson ’92 Robin Peeters ’87 Doris Peitz ’97 Kristeen Pelot ’10 Darryl Pepin ’73 Paul and Patricia Peraino MaryLee Pergande ’64 Brian K. Perry Nicole Peters ’09 Amelia Petersen ’05 Anne Marie Peterson ’99 Eric Peterson ’07 Lloyd Peterson ’91 Ryan Peterson ’96 Jerry Pevonka William Pflum ’11 Marcella Pfund SASN ’48 Donna Pieper ’90 Kenneth Pieper ’11 Jamie Pittmann ’10 Kathleen Plaisance Rockers ’65 Jane Plamann ’91 Diane Kohlman Ploederl ’71 Larry Pluim Brett Plummer Maureen Poch ’06 Susan J. Poepl ’68 Thomas and Denise Gornick Melanie Polaski ’95 Kristen Polifka ’11 Dr. Kathryn N. Polmanteer Nancy Polsin SASN ’56 Debra Pontow ’74 Timothy Poock Mrs. Ann Porath Jason Pothoff ’10 Heidi Potts ’08 Marian Potts ’95 Joanne M. Powell Mary Prall ’72

Kathy and Paul Pratt Linda Priebe ’89 Marlene Priewe ’81 Barbara Pritzl ’78 Mary Pritzl ’76 Ralph Propson Dale and Sara Prosser Maria Putzer ’08 Tracy Qualmann ’00/’02/’12 Mrs. Bette Quandt SASN ’52 Lee Maynard Rabas Cheryl Rabe ’71 Brent and Sandy Raben Bobbie Radocha ’71 Jeffery Raflik ’03 Patricia Ramczyk ’02 Ricardo Ramirez ’97 Mary Raml ’95 Brian Rammer ’01 Deborah Ramthun ’00 Mary Raupfer ’70 Elaine Mary Rebek ’72/’99 Mark Recker Barb and Tom Redding Jennifer Redding ’03 Robert Reese ’00/’06 Lois Reible ’71 Denise Reichert ’09 Catherine Reil ’77 Terri R. Reis ’08 Kurt Reising ’01 Kathleen Reitz ’05 Jacqueline Rentmeester ’92 Denise Resop ’11 Deanna Respalje ’04 Elizabeth Reyburn SASN ’57 Cynthia Reynolds ’11 Lillian Reynolds ’65 Gavin Rice ’03 Rebecca Richards ’94 Heidi Riebe ’73 Amanda Rieder ’05 Nicholas ’86 and Anne Riegert ’88 Cynthia Riha ’01 Andrew Rinke ’11 Helen Rippinger SASN ’43 Robert Ristow ’87 Heidi Riter ’08 Evelyn Rivard ’SASN ’55 Karilyn E. Robinson Perry Robinson Steven Roelse ’09 Yaqueline Roman David and Kimberly Romenesko Nick Romenesko Lara Romportl ’10 Mary A. Roper Matthew Rose ’13 Melissa Rose ’02 Dr. Abbey Rosen Tim Roskopf Gretchen Ross ’71 Eileen Rottscholl ’09 Ruth Ellen Round ’61 Michelle Rowell ’11

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Donor Listing Elizabeth Roy ’68 Glenda Rueter Dick Rupiper Elizabeth Russell ’97 Ann Rutkoski SASN ’66 Jean Marie Ryan Michelle M. Ryan Beverly Sabel ’02 Pamela Saffert ’74 Cheryl Sainer ’73 Annette Salm Mary Ann Salter ’72 Susan Salvo ’82 Jesse Sambs ’11 Susan Sands ’93 Michelle Sandford ’10 Leo Sapala, Jr. ’04 Philip and Gina Sarge Tony Satori Jelaine Scannell ’82 Mary Schaefer ’78 Carla Schaefer Mannigel ’85 David Schlafer ’97 Patti Schegetz Katherine Scheier Richard and Shari Schermetzler Sandra Schierland ’61 Shannon Schill Dr. David Schimpf Ginger Schinktgen ’00 Laura Schlaak ’07 Carol J. Schlaefer Theresa Schlatter ’08 Katie Hampton Schleis ’91 Sheila Schlines ’93 Colleen Schmidt ’81 Lisa Schmidt ’95 Annabelle Schmidtke ’61 Bernadette Schmitz ’68 Jo Ann Schmitz ’70 Douglas and Lois Schmuhl Natasha Schmuhl ’10 Joseph R. Schneider ’78 Marcie Schneider ’70 Amy Schoenborn ’11 Michael T. Schoenborn Germaine Schommer ’57 Mary and Richard Schoofs Jodie Schoonover ’92 Kassondra Schoonover ’10 Gerald ’87 and Jennifer Schraufnagel ’82 Adam Schreiber ’99 Jolene Schry ’76 John Schubert ’10 Mary Schueller ’80 Diane Schuh ’79 Mary W. Schuh Judith Schultz ’64 Margaret Schultz Susan Schultz ’59 Nancy Schumaker ’82 Lucy Schwartz ’68 Pamela Schwarz ’03 Susan Schweiter ’79

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Mary Schwiner ’06 Heather Schwoerer ’05 Marie Scott, CSA ’84 James ’95 and Amie Sebert ’94 Tomas Sebranek ’00 Melanie Seehafer ’08 Kyle Seifert Carol Seim SASN ’60 Clint Selle Jacqueline Sevallius ’98 Melissa Sexton ’99 Beth Seymour A.G. Shaw ’97 Karen Shaw Brad Shefchik ’06 Suzanne Shinnick ’78 Monica Siebarth ’05 Martha Sierra Erica and Michael Siewert ’84 Silica Appliance, TV & Hardware Joseph V. Simon ’85 Susan Simonsen ’92 Peter Sippel ’00 Sandra Sitzman ’97 Jordan Skaletski ’05/’07 Mary Skinkis ’84 Keith and Mary Skubic Raymond Skubic Lois Slemp ’66 Lucinda Sloan ’09 Bryan Smith ’00 Carol Smith ’71 Krisitie Smith ’08 Charlotte Smits ’69 Gretchen Smolarek Richard Sobczak ’02 Sandra Soda ’09 Michael Soffa ’88 Sven Solvik Benjamin ’01 and Noel Soman ’03 Corine Sommer Cheryl Sommers ’04 Lorraine Klinke Sonnenberg ’67 Debra Sosinski ’80/’95 Margie Spradau SASN ’50 Lee Spude ’09 Katelyn Sroka Debra Sromalla ’11 St. Francis Home Diana Stadler ’97 Karthryn Staerzl ’72 James Stark, Jr ’93 Keith Stark ’97 Victoria Statz ’09 Garry and Betty Staub Judith Staub David Stecker ’10 Romaine Stecker-Bruggink Mary Ann Steffes ’68 Chris Steinert Jason and Kerri Steingraber Rick and Jean Stelsel Dawn Stephan Lorna Stephany ’75 Eria Stevens ’96

Brenda Stobb Angela Stoddard ’92 Christopher Stolarski ’02 Lorna Stopper ’71 Mary Stortum Gregory Strehlow ’00 Rebecca Strenk ’97 Mary Stricker ’73 Mary Shelia Suhr Patti Supple ’81 Anna Suscha ’11 Ellen J. Swan Dean Swoboda ’99 Sonia Szemorski ’03 Gary Tagliapietra ’92 Ritu Tannan Nathan Tapio ’11 Connie Taylor ’83 Penny Ten Pas ’09 Stacie Theys ’06 Janet Thielman SASN ’63 Carol Thome ’85 Stanley and Barbara Thompson Terrance and Cheryl Thompson Chris Thompson Marlene Thomas ’70 Tami Thompson Traci A.Thompson Tammy Thornton Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Jeanold Thuecks ’91/’94 Sarah Thurow ’11 Bonnie Timler ’69 Evelyn Timm ’90 David and Pat Tisler Frances Tokarski ’99 Jean Toloph ’06 Dorothy Tomasi ’68 Judith Torphy ’92 Michelle Tortelli ’08 Maureen Toshner ’95 Chique Tousey-Tabor ’98 Christine Tower Raeanna Treleven ’09 David Tremmel Andrew Trewyn ’06 Edward and Patricia Trost Maylean Tryon ’10 Kathryn Tuggle ’00 Russell A. Turk Leslie Tuthill ’04 Teri J. Twohig Pamela Tyson ’75 Rebecca Tyson Mary Ullmer ’80 Noreen Ann Umbreit ’12 Thomas and Julianne Umentum ’88/’04 Terrie and Chris Unrein Curtis Urlakis ’11 Kathleen Valenta ’71 Michael Valentyn Debera Van Boxtel ’89 Travis Van Dyn Hoven Richard and Joan Vande Leest

Emily Vande Slunt ’08 Tom and Ellen Vanden Heuvel David VandenHeuvel ’05 Christine VandenHouten ’86 Wayne Vanderploeg ’92 Amanda VanEss ’10 Sue VanHouten ’03 Patrick VanLieshout ’07 Gary and Kathleen Vater ’96 Brenda Veldboom ’99 Paul Veldman ’92/’94 Mark R. Verburgt ’09 Keith Versluys ’99 David Vierthaler ’90 Debra Vollmer ’96 Samantha Vollmer ’06 Diane Wachdorf ’69 Paul and Arla Wagner Barbara Wagner ’91 Ray Wagner Mr. Robert Wagner Jodi Lynn Wagner-Angell Edwin and Kathy Waigand Karen Walber ’02 Kristin Waldenberger ’01 Mark Walecka ’94 Patrick Walsh ’86 Neil and Janilee Walters Sandra Wangard ’71 Nikole Warner ’10 Lynda Washkoviak ’71 Audrey Watry ’09 Deborah Watry ’02/’08 Peter Watry ’98 Lt. Col. Darnell Waun ’77 Mitchell Weber ’01 Deanne Webster ’86 Patricia Wegehaupt SASN ’64 Emily Wegner ’07 Anne Weiland ’74 Diane Weiland Wendy Weinberger ’92 Jeffrey Weinert ’02 Harriet Weisenberger SASN ’44 Burnell and Sandra Weisensel Marie Weishoff Corrine Wendland ’86 Jennifer Wendt ’12 Melanie Wentler ’82 Vicky Wenzel ’92 Janet Wermes Nancey Werwie Naef ’69 Mary Wesner ’62 Mary Wessing ’78 Jeffrey West ’05 Dr. Richard Whaley Tom Whibbs Keith and Laurie Whipple Burke White Mindy Whitehouse Lisa Wier ’02 Stefanie Grace Wiese ’06 Dr. Ray and Carla Wifler Melissa Wild ’98 Mercedes Willarson ’93

Donor Listing Daniel Wille ’00 Jerry Wille Jeffrey Wills ’09 Daniel Wilson ’05 Jerid Winkler ’06 Michael Winkler ’90 Linda Winter ’71 Thomas and DeAnna Winters Emma Winters Hailey Wisner ’12 Suzanne Wiza ’67 Jill Wolf ’04 Joshua Wolter ’07 Brooke Wondra ’03 Nancy Wooster ’63 Teri Wulff ’90 Maria Wurtz ’97 Diane Yunk ’02 Diane Zancanaro ’86 Patricia Zander ’71 Lisa Zedler Darrel Zeman ’97 Travis Zielinski ’09 Emily Zillmer ’07 James Zitta Donna Zittel ’78 Barbara Zoschke ’84 Roger and Lori Zumbrock George and Juliann Zuniga

Corporations and Organizations Advanced Tooling Incorporated Agnesian HealthCare J. F. Ahern Co. Ahern-Gross, Inc. Andrew Law Offices, S.C. Badger Liquor Company, Inc. Badger Soft Water, Inc. Baker Cheese Factory, Inc. Bauer Chiropractic Bauer Physical Therapy, LLC BCI Burke Company, LLC Blinds R Us LLC Bucher Law Group C&R Horticultural Services C.D. Smith Construction Capelle Bros & Diedrich Columbia Pipe & Supply Co. Commonwealth Construction Corp. Compass Partners Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes CSA Sponsorship Ministry Culligan Water Quality Improvement, Inc. DDW Enterprises Edgarton, St Peter, Petak & Rosenfeldt Law Firm Evergreen Excel Engineering, Inc. Festival Foods Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Supply LLC

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Flood Homes Inc. Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce Fond du Lac Arts Council, Inc. Fond du Lac Rotary Charities Inc. Fox Valley Savings Bank Gannett Wisconsin News Group Goldstein and Taylor Psychologists and Consol Grande Cheese Hierl Insurance Holiday Automotive Holiday Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram HSA REP LLC Huberty & Associates Hydro-Flo Jack Twohig Carpet One Jackson Kahl Insurance, LLC JEL Holdings LLC JP Morgan Kevco Pipelines Ltd. Kirsch Unlimited Design Wallprinting Kondex Corp. L&S Insulation Co., Inc. Liberty Mutual Group Lutheran Homes and Health Services, Inc. MAG Marian University Faculty/ Staff/Students Marian Office of Mission & Student Engagement Marian University School of Business Marine Insurance Services, LLC Marquette University Mayville Engineering Co., Inc. McNeilus Steel Inc. Mentore Mercury Marine Michels Corporation Mid-States Aluminum Corp. Milwaukee Valve National Exchange Bank & Trust Nielsen Company LLC Peace By Piece Co. Pencoff Services, Ltd. Porter Pipe & Supply Co. R.W.E. Goldsmith LTD., Inc. Rademann Stone & Landscape Co. Ray Alderman & Sons Inc. Sager & Colwin Law Offices, S.C. Saint Mary’s Springs High School Silica Appliance, TV & Hardware Slim McGinn’s West Sodexo St. Francis Home Strategies, LTD Sunset Bank Swanson & Youngdale The Printing Express, Inc. Tim Vanden Heuvel Agency Twohig Family Dentistry, LLC Viega LLC Vozar Appraisal Service, Inc.

Wisconsin Association Independent Colleges & Universities West Bend Mutual Insurance Co. William C. Mauthe & Associates, D.D.S., SC Wisconsin Energy Corporation Youngstown Tube Company Zehren Electric Zurn Industries LLC

Foundations Agnesian HealthCare Alliant Energy Foundation Ariens Foundation, Ltd. Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation, Inc. Baker Family Foundation Baxter International Foundation Matching Gift Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fond du Lac Area Foundation GE Foundation Giddings and Lewis Legacy Fund The Grande Foundation Green Bay Packers Foundation Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc. IBM International Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation Korb Family Foundation Inc. Francis & Ruth Oberrerich Foundation Dr. R.G. Raymond & Sarah Raymond Foundation Nicholas C. Revello Trust Ripples Project Foundation Sadoff Family Foundation Stone Foundation, Inc. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans West Bend Mutual Insurance

Annual Scholarships Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation Adult Education Frank G. and Frieda K. Brotz Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Henry T. Chang Citizen’sFirst Credit Union Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Fond du Lac Noon Kiwanis-Robert Waffle Memorial - Fond du Lac Rotary Charities - Ramona Schumacher Krueger Memorial - Leonard Lewis Fund Marian University Academic Achievement Marian University Alumni Association Marian University Faculty/ Staff/Students Marian University Naber Marian University Sr. Mary Mollison Legacy Marian University Trustee

Marian Verette Pierce Award Joseph & Michael Mathweg Dr. R.G. Raymond and Sarah Raymond Foundation The Elizabeth Tangen Faith & Nursing Award Patricia Wargula Memorial Adrian & Joan Weisensel Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities - American Family Insurance Community Involvement - CR21 - Rath Distinguished Scholarship - Sentry Insurance Foundation - United Parcel Service Foundation Jeanne Zimmerman Nursing Scholarship

EndowMENTS George P. and Helen B. Andrew Mary Ann and Frank Austin George J. and Mary C. Becker Ruth Nettekoven Becker Leon and Asella Biederman Sr. Cletus Blochlinger, CSA Bernice Hansen Bown Ralph Breit Sr. Dorlora Brogan, CSA Dr. & Mrs. Henry T. Chang Award Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes Consultants Laboratory Nursing and Medical Technology Harry and Paschaleen Coonradt Lou and Kathy Christian CSA Legacy Sr. Digna Desch Rita Hewitt DiFrances Giles Doherty Mary M. Brandl Draheim Memorial Dr. William and Elsie Egan Fond du Lac County Medical Alliance Nursing Angeline Jakovec Fritz Nursing Ross and Viola Galbreath Memorial Elizabeth & Walter Goebel Nursing Dorothy Guelig Jeanette and Harry Heeb Gretchen Verbeten Hornung Claire G. Hutter Jordan-Brunswick E.C. Kiekhaefer Memorial Helen Mary Dore Koehn and Joseph Koen Sr. Irene Kohne, CSA/ St. Francis Home Dr. Michael A. and Dolorosa O’Brien Korb Family Michael J. Kraus Memorial Marian University Cabinet Marian University School of Education Belen Sanchez Mayorga

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Donor Listing Dale R. Michels Family Clarinda T. Mischler and Sister Adalbert Nursing Scholarship Dr. Robert and Alice Moser National Exchange Bank & Trust James E. Nintzel Marian University Alumni Association Mildred and William O’Connor/ Thomas Schevers Mary O’Rourke Dr. Ewald and Dorothy Pawsat Robert N. and Alice M. Promen Ira A. Ridenour Memorial Lori K. Rieth Nursing Ellen and Rachel Ritchie Gertrude H. Rodenkirch Gladys Salter Sargento Foods, Inc. Elizabeth Schevers-Tangen Memorial St. John Baptist Shaja Memorial James B. and Kathleen M. Simon Brother Bob Smith Urban Social Work Program Dorothy Theisen Sr. Mary Agreda Touchett, CSA Dr. Edward W. and Myrtle Vetter Dr. Ruth Willmington Agnes Ziegert

Gifts-in-Kind Action Advertiser/FDL Reporter Alliant Energy Anonymous Applebee’s Arbonne-Sharman Moser Backyard Bar & Grill Badger Liquor Bill Peters Blanck’s Supper Club Blue Harbor Resort Blue Line Family Ice Center Bob & Bonnie’s Marilyn Bugenhagen Donuts & Cakes Botanicals Carey Frameworks Casa Del Tequila CheeseCake Etc. Citizens First Credit Union Country Inn & Suites Cujak’s Wine Market & Wine Bar Culver’s Domino’s Pizza Dutch’s Trading Post EAA End of Trail Candy Shoppe Ernie Von Schledorn Fastsigns Fat Joe’s Flood Oil Company Floor Quest Fond du Lac Bumper Exchange, Inc. Fond du Lac Police Department

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Fondy Sports Park Forest Mall Fox Cities Embroidery George Burr Gallery Gilles Frozen Custard Gino’s Italian Restaurant Amy Goebel John and Mary Ellen Gormican Green Bay Packers Habitat for Humanity ReStore Haentze Floral Hidden Hollow Garden Art Holiday Inn Hoppers Jack’s Team Sports Jet Stream Car Wash KFIZ Ledgeview Lanes Lillian’s Loehr’s Meat Market Mancino’s Marian University — Women’s Soccer Marian University Marian University — Baseball Marytown Tap Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club Milwaukee Bucks My 31 Open Road Harley-Davidson Personal Touch Flowers & Gifts Petit National Ice Center Philly’s on 4th Preferred Properties Pretty Nails Quick & Smart Photography Record Entertainment DJ Service Redbox - Coinstar, Inc. Renaissance Spa Art and Donna Roggentine R.W.E. Goldsmith Ltd., Inc. Sanopelo Aramology Salon Sargento Foods Inc. Scentsy-Meredith Medina Schwarz Supper Club Sister’s Nail Salon South Hills Golf & Country Club Stampin’ Up! Stephen and Julia Sutcliffe Taco Bell US Bank Walt Disney World Wells Fargo Advisors Whispering Springs Golf Course Ray Wifler THELMA (formerly Windhover Center for the Arts) Wright Brothers Paper Box Company, Inc. YMCA Yummy Chinese

Memorials Sr. Digna Desch, CSA SASN ’49 Patricia Douglas ’60/’62 Sue Rowe Fritz ’72 Cecilia M. Halbach Ron Herr Meghan Graff Richard Jordan Dr. Daniel Maloney Joan Nelson Sr. Imogene Palen, CSA Michael Polsin Robert V. Rupp Caitlin Scannell Vincentia Steffes Sr. Mary Agreda Touchett SASN ’42 In memory of deceased classmate(s): Bernice Bablitch SASN ’54 Shirley Beltz SASN ’47 Donna Boehlein SASN ’61 Frances Faris Brandmeier SASN ’52 Marcia Cape SASN ’61 Elaine McCarthy ’67/’88/SASN ’60 Catherine Schmit SASN ’61

Honorariums The Anderson Family Sr. Francis Assisi, CSA Kate Candee Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes Marian University Nursing Class of 1992 Sr. Margaret Lorimer, CSA SASN Class of 1947 SASN Class of 1949 SASN Class of 1958 SASN Class of 1961 SASN Class of 1963 Mary Ann Petrie William’s SASN ’44 for her 90th Birthday Cori Whipple

SABRE CLUB MEMBERSHIP Ray Alderman & Sons Inc. Julie Anderson Bruce Balfe Andrew Beckmann Mary Kay Bertagnoli Blinds R Us LLC Bernadine Blise Brigett Blise Lori Bogacz Sue Bosworth Suzanne Boudreau Mary Bray Alice Brennan Lena Brogno Shirley Burton Margaret Buss Walter Cholewa

Beverly Coenen Hilda Colp Jean Copple Margaret Curtiss Tom Davis DDW Enterprises Anthony De Guelle Pamela Deguelle Gerald Dunphy Norma Eagan Tara Ebben Rich Eckert Brian Evans David Fisher Delores Fisher Gail Frentzel A. Darlene Ganz Linda Gifford Ed Gillen Gary Gillen Jaimie Glock-Massey Todd Grannis Judy Grubb Matthew Gustman ’06 Maureen Halfman Crystal Hechimovich Mark Hillesheim Donna Houg Cheryl Hucke Gene Jacquet Joyce Jaques Kim Jenrich Mary Kamins Cindy Keitel Fred Keller Kari Keller Kevco Pipelines Ltd. John Klapoetke Jim Koslowski John Koslowski Julie Koth Helen Kozak Chris Kruel Amy Kuerschner Casey Kulinski Susan Kulinski Lois Lambries Robert Lesch Tim and Cathy Mathweg Fund Mae Mathwich Carol McArthur Julie McCoy Debra McMorrow Louis McVeigh Sharon Miklavcic Diane Miner Luciya Miner Lucille Munizzi Judith Murphy Laura Murphy Susan Murphy Rick Murray Ed Musuras Tony Nass Arleen Neuman

Donor Listing David Nosella Thomas Nurdin Joanne Onderwater Darla Orton Anna Paul Garry Paul Martin Paulsen Peace By Piece Co. Bret Pearson Pencoff Services, Ltd. Patricia Peraino Brian Perry Denise Pokora-Gornick Timothy Poock Joanne Powell Kathy Pratt The Printing Express, Inc. Ralph Propson Sara Prosser Lee Rabas Sandy Raben Glenna Rackow Rademann Stone & Landscape Co. Perry Robinson Mary Roper Tim Roskopf Gail Rubel Michael Schaible ’94 Joe Schechtel Douglas Schmuhl Mary Schuh Alex K. Scull Sven Solvik Garry Staub Judith Staub Romaine Stecker-Bruggink Kerri Steingraber Jean Stelsel Rebecca Susnik Barbara Thompson Cheryl Thompson Tami Thompson Traci Thompson Pat Tisler David Tremmel Donna Vaccaro Richard Vande Leest Ellen Vanden Heuvel Tim Vanden Heuvel Agency Joyce Vorpagel Sandra Weisensel Tom Whibbs Nathan Wolf James Zitta Juliann Zuniga

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ATHLETIC AND EVENT SPONSORSHIPS

Working Families Grant Program

3 Fish Entertainment LLC Agnesian HealthCare Ahern-Gross, Inc. Andrew Law Offices, S.C. Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Backyard Grill Badger Soft Water, Inc. Badger Sporting Goods Baker Cheese Factory, Inc. Bauer Chiropractic Bauer Physical Therapy, LLC Kate Candee and Janet Koester ‘08 C&R Horticultural Services Capelle Bros & Diedrich Columbia Pipe & Supply Co. Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes Culligan Water Quality Improvement, Inc. Domino’s Pizza Edgarton, St Peter, Petak & Rosenfeldt Law Firm Evergreen Excel Engineering, Inc. Festival Foods First Supply LLC Flood Homes Inc. Fox Valley Savings Bank Terry and Jane Gaffney Grande Cheese Hierl Insurance Holiday Automotive Holiday Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Huberty & Associates Hydro-Flo J. F. Ahern Co. Jack Twohig Carpet One Jackson Kahl Insurance, LLC JEL Holdings LLC Kollegetown Marian University Alumni Board Mayville Engineering Co., Inc. Michels Corporation Milwaukee Valve National Exchange Bank & Trust Nielsen Company LLC PBC Bottling Group LLC Porter Pipe & Supply Co. Rustique Emporium Sager & Colwin Law Offices, S.C. Shafer Family Sodexo St. Francis Home Strategies, LTD Sunset Bank Swanson & Youngdale Twohig Family Dentistry, LLC Viega LLC Whispering Springs Golf Course WISCO Hotel Group Youngstown Tube Company Zehren Electric Zurn Industries LLC

Julie Anding Barbara Brown Dan Candee Kate Candee and Janet Koester ’08 Rees and Sally Candee Jeff Clark and Stacey Akey ’92/’96 Richard Candee CSA Sponsorship Ministry Dr. Michael and Jane Doherty Therese Drake Rich Eckert and Ashley Kuhlmann Fond du Lac Area Foundation Carey Gardin John and Kathleen Gellings ’04 Virginia Gilmore ’98 Allen and Connie Gross Dr. Mary Gross Cheryl Hartwig ’04/’06 Jody Hartzell Amy Hennings Holiday Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Lisa Kidd Kirsch Unlimited Design Wallprinting Mary Koester John and Cathy Korb Mary Kosmer ’11 Susan Leininger Andrew R. Mammel Dr. John Morris and Paisley Harris Jason J. Murphy Dr. Jonathan Nicoud Dr. Edward and Annalisa Ogle Shirley Putman ’64 Mark Queripel Dr. Jeffrey and Sylvia Reed Ripples Project Foundation Sadoff Family Foundation Annette Salm Joan Schilke ’65 Thomas Schuppe Alex K. Scull Beth Seymour Ellen Swan Dr. Matt Szromba Maureen Toshner Dr. Darold and Dorothy Treffert John and Donna Weir

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Board of Trustees 2012–13 Officers JOHN K. NELSON, Chairperson Managing Partner, Belle Harbor Advisors, Ltd. and former Chief Executive Officer, North America ABN Amro Bank N.V. Chicago, Ill.

ERIC P. STONE, Vice Chairperson & Treasurer President, NEB Corporation, Fond du Lac

DAVID J. HORNUNG, Secretary President, Graphic Center, Inc., Fond du Lac

Trustees ANTHONY J. AHERN — Executive Vice President of Fabrication & Operations, J. F. Ahern Co., Fond du Lac RICHARD J. BAKER — President, Baker Cheese Factory, Inc., St. Cloud MARY NOEL BROWN, CSA — Executive Leader of Sponsorship, CSA Sponsorship Ministry, Fond du Lac JOEL I. COHEN — Retired Private Banker, New York, NY LANCE A. EHRKE — Chairman & CEO, Neurendo Pharma, Brookfield TERRI L. EMANUEL ’86 — Co-Owner/Operator, The Goldsmith, Fond du Lac ROBERT A. FALE — Interim President, Marian University JOHN M. KORB — Wells Fargo Advisors, Fond du Lac WILLIAM B. LAMB — Chief of Police, Fond du Lac Police Department, Fond du Lac HERTHA LONGO, CSA ’71 — General Treasurer, Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes, Fond du Lac WAYNE E. MATZKE — President & CEO, Grande Cheese Company, Lomira THOMAS E. PETRI — Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 6th District of Wisconsin, Fond du Lac ERIN P. RADEMANN — Co-Owner, Partners by Design & Fine Furnishings, Inc./Wisconsin Registered Interior Designer, Fond du Lac LACEY A. SADOFF — Vice President, Corporate Development, Badger Liquor Co. Inc., Fond du Lac ANGELO J. SANTINELLI — Founder & Owner, Dakin Management, LLC, Sudbury, Mass; Lecturer, Babson College, Babson Park, Mass. MARK D. SCHWABERO — President, Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac JEAN STEFFES, CSA ’65 — Chancellor and Director of the Office of Religious, Diocese of Phoenix, Phoenix, Ariz. DAROLD A. TREFFERT, M.D. — Author and Psychiatrist, Behavioral Health Services, St. Agnes Hospital, Fond du Lac

Trustees Emeriti JOHN E. AHERN — Chairman, J.F. Ahern Co., Fond du Lac RICHARD C. KLEINFELDT — Retired Vice President–Finance & Chief Financial Officer, Giddings & Lewis, Inc., Fond du Lac RALPH C. STAYER — Chairman & CEO, Johnsonville Sausage, LLC, Sheboygan Falls PETER E. STONE — Chairman & CEO, National Exchange Bank & Trust, Fond du Lac

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Marian Flashback

Centered on personal attention, former Marian professor emeritus Sr. Imogene Palen, CSA, works one-on-one with Amy Graff ‘03.

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