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1940s

John Frank ’43 is expecting the arrival of his fourth great-grandchild this year.

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1950s

Ruth (Weidler) Lehmkuhl ’53 has downsized and moved to an apartment. She enjoyed directing a reunion choir recently at Faith United Church of Christ in Davenport, Iowa.

Karen (Gulbrandsen) Casper ’54 and Ward Casper ’54 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on July 30, 2014. They regret that they were unable to attend their 60th Class Reunion, and hope their classmates had a wonderful time.

Walter Brueggemann ’55 recently published Ice Axes for Frozen Seas: A Biblical Theology of
Provocation
(Baylor University Press). After graduating from Elmhurst, Walter went on to earn his M. Div. from Eden Theological Seminary, his Th.D. from Union Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from St. Louis University

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1960s

Rev. Donald S. Sabbert ’60 and his wife, Anne Ward Sabbert, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 29, 2013, at a party hosted by their four children at Eden Theological Seminary, where Don and Anne met in 1961. Don, who also recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination, has been named pastor emeritus of St. John United Church of Christ, Collinsville, Illinois, after having served as senior pastor there for 35 years.

Jacques Paul Klein ’61, Honorary Doctorate ’02, was inducted as an Honorary Citizen of the City of Osijek in Croatia in 2013. The Mayor of Osijek, Ivan Vrkic, presented Klein with the Certificate of Citizenship and the City’s golden medallion. Mr. Klein was appointed by UN  Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali to serve as Chief of the United Nations Mission to implement the Erdut Agreement, and fully reintegrate the region within the Republic of Croatia.

Eva (Augustin) Rumpf ’61 announces the publication of her fourth book, the historical novel In Liberty’s Name (Knox Robinson Publishing). The book was inspired by her French ancestors, who lived in Haiti during the slave insurrection and settled in New Orleans in 1809. Eva currently lives in Milwaukee with her husband, Bill Rumpf ’60.

Wayne Hoffman ’62 retired from State Farm 10 years ago after a 35-year career. Now a pastoral supply preacher in the St. Louis area for organizations including the Illinois Southern
Conference and Eastern Association of UCC, Wayne also serves on numerous church boards and committees. He and his wife, Chris, are celebrating 32 years of marriage this year.

Dr. Vinni Maria (Wheeler) Hall ’64 was recognized for her exceptional service to public education with the National Association of State Boards of Education’s 2014 Distinguished Service Award. Vinni serves as board secretary for the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and as the ISBE liaison to the Illinois Board of Higher Education. An adjunct professor of special education at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Roosevelt University, she has served as a consultant to Chicago Public Schools and other school districts to support the inclusion of students with disabilities. She also is a member of the Illinois Early Learning Council.

Hal Brueseke ’65 retired as a practicing Indiana attorney at the end of 2013. After being admitted to practice in 1968, he served as a Legal Services attorney, worked as a deputy prosecutor, maintained a private practice and served the St. Joseph Probate Court as a judicial officer. Over some 40 years with the court, he was active in the Indiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, including serving as president. Hal graduated from the Indiana Judicial Center’s graduate program and served on various Indiana Supreme Court committees. In  retirement he continues to serve on that court’s Records Management Committee.

Susan (Schnell) Ford ’66 is currently chairman of the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players, a community theater company. Her last directing project was The Fox on the Fairway, a golf comedy by Ken Ludwig.

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1970s

Harry Augensen ’73, professor of physics and astronomy at Widener University in Pennsylvania, has been named the first director of the Widener Observatory in recognition of his dedication to astronomy education. Harry initiated public stargazing sessions at the university in 2002 using portable telescopes. Today, he organizes viewings of the night sky using the observatory’s 16-inch computerized Meade Cassegrain reflecting telescope and several smaller 12-inch telescopes.

John C. Helt ’73 has retired from active ministry in the United Church of Christ. Over the course
of his career, John served congregations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri and Indiana as well as serving as Chaplain and Director of Church Relations at Elmhurst College. He and his wife, Cindy (Cordes) Helt ’74, remain in their home and congregation near Milwaukee. They recently became grandparents.

James McCluskey ’76 of Batavia, a partner in the law firm Momkus McCluskey LLC in Lisle, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Illinois Bar Foundation (IBF), the charitable arm of the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). Long active in the ISBA, McCluskey previously served as a member of its Assembly and as chairman of its Agenda and Practice Committee, and has served on its Civil Practice & Procedure Council and its Allerton House Committee. In 2013, he was elected secretary of the 33,000-member organization. McCluskey, who concentrates his practice in the trial of professional and commercial liability cases, has been active in several other state and local organizations, including the DuPage County Bar Association. He also is a past president of the DuPage County Bar Foundation.

Fran (Urbanciz) Roberts ’76, Ph.D., R.N., has been named the inaugural Kate Aurelius Visiting Professor in Integrated Care by Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care and the University of Arizona College of Medicine–Phoenix. “This is an opportunity to introduce a more efficient system of  care to future physicians, who are critical to the integrated care,” said Fran, who has spent more than 30 years in health care and higher education leadership. “This can only improve how we take care of all patients, bringing together behavioral health and physical health to treat the mind and body. It is an idea whose time has definitely come.”

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1980s

Patty Martin ’81 stepped down from her position as program director of 97.1 FM WDRV The Drive after helping to launch the radio station 13 years ago. After 34 years in radio, she’s exploring new directions. In the meantime, she’s overseeing the renovation of a South Loop condo, enjoying time with her husband, attending lots of live concerts and getting ready to discover what it’s like to have some down time.

Stacey (Walgreen) Magnusson ’82 has decided to retire after 31 years of teaching general music and drama. She began her career as a music teacher and choir director in Elmwood Park
District 401, then spent 27 years teaching general music and drama in Community Consolidated School District 62 in Des Plaines, her home town. Stacey writes that she’s  especially thankful to Doug Beach and Paul Westermeyer for the excellent training she received at Elmhurst. Her next step is to pursue sales directorship in her Mary Kay business and enjoy being a new grandma.

Christopher Hayden ’83 is now a partner in the technology division of Sikich, a top accounting
firm in the United States.

Steve Klenke ’83 is a musician whose recently released CD can be heard on jazz stations across the country. A TV and film composer, he recently sold 22 jazz tracks to Teletunez Inc., a TV music buyer for shows including Two and a Half Men and Person of Interest. He also has a full-time job as a computer programmer. Steve lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with his wife, Susan.

Linda (Vomacka) Cervenka ’84 and Deanna (Jaconetti) Tyrpak ’85 co-founded Soaring Eagle Academy, a nonprofit school in Burr Ridge for children ages 5-21 with autism and related disorders. It is the first school in the Midwest to integrate Developmental Language Models and DIR/Floortime approach principles.

Dwayne Wojtowicz ’85 had a short story published in the 2014 edition of The Griffin, a literary journal sponsored by Gwynedd Mercy University. The story is called “Does the Devil Really Count?”

Sean Sheridan ’86 is currently a trainee with the Chicago Conservation Corps (C3), a program of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum that recruits, trains and supports a network of volunteers who work together to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods and schools through environmental service projects.

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1990s 

Ivan Figueroa ’99 recently resigned his seat as a City Council member for the City of Johns Creek, Georgia. One of the original seven officials elected in the City’s first election in 2006, Ivan was re-elected twice. He recently relocated to south Georgia.

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2000s

Daniel Fries ’00 was recognized by Barron’s as one of its Top 1,200 Financial Advisors. For the past 15 years, Daniel has helped clients plan for their family’s future as a wealth management advisor and managing director with Merrill-Lynch in Chicago.

Julie Miller Sheehan ’00 was elected chairman of the Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce board of directors in November 2013. She first worked for the Chamber during her student days through the Elmhurst College JobPath Student Intern Program. She is the first intern to be elected to the chamber’s board of directors and to rise through the executive board to the chairman position.

Gabe Murcia ’02 landed a position as an assistant service manager with MicroTrainTechnologies in Lombard. The position fits within his training background and he is enjoying this new career opportunity.

Matthew Fuchsen ’03 & ’05 has been promoted to vice president of tax for the Middleby Corporation, a global leader in the food service equipment industry. In his new role, he is responsible for managing the global tax function along with supervising all income tax compliance, planning, accounting and reporting. He also collaborates globally across Middleby offices and countries on the income tax effects of business acquisitions, strategies and  operations.

Kelly Stone ’03 accepted the role of chaplain and associate dean for religious life at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, this past summer.

Karol Abercrombie ’04 has been promoted to senior tax manager at Deloitte Tax LLP, where she has worked since March 2007. As part of the Tax Management Group, she is responsible for helping clients transform processes and technology to enhance efficiencies, align data and improve transparency from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems all the way through the reporting and documentation process.

Jessica Vogt ’04 earned a master of science degree in nursing from South University with a focus on nursing education. She has worked full time at Alexian Brothers Medical Center since 2000 and taught at William Rainey Harper College School of Nursing since 2008. Jessica is the daughter of Michael Blohm Sr. ’86.

Keith DuBose ’05 recently released Godzilla: Battle Royale, a feature film that pays homage to monster movies in the tradition of Godzilla vs. Monster Zero/Invasion of Astro-Monster. In its first month on YouTube, the film received more than 130,000 views.

Scott Tharp ’05 was recently appointed to serve a three-year term on the National Advisory Committee for the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE).

Erin (Young) Salberg ’06, a first-grade teacher at Rockton Grade School in Rockton, was named a Golden Apple award winner by the Golden Apple Foundation of Rockford. The Rockford  Golden Apple award honors teachers from Winnebago and Boone counties who are making a   difference in their communities through their commitment to educational excellence.

Lisa Finkral ’07 graduated from Seattle University School of Law in May. She passed the Washington State Bar Exam, and is now a licensed attorney.

Erin (Joyce) Jackson ’07 graduated from law school in May as the top-ranked student in her class. After seven years in New Mexico, she recently returned to the Chicago area to practice law.

Brian Chenowith ’08 earned a master of divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School in May 2014.

Edward Breitweiser ’09 recently presented an art installation at the Threewalls gallery in Chicago. An audio-visual-textual feedback network, the installation used LEDs and light-sensitive electronic circuits to create a symphony of light and humming sound.

Arik Borstad ’10 graduated from Eden Theological Seminary in May 2014.

Leo Congenie ’10 received his doctorate in veterinary medicine in May 2014 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he helped launch an animal science/ veterinary  medicine student association. He recently started a DVM position at Banfield Pet Hospital, where he continues his passion of caring for small animals. His goal is to establish his own veterinary medicine practice.

Emily Labrecque ’10 graduated from Pacific School of Religion with a master of divinity degree in May 2014.

Tracy McDonald ME ’10 won the 2014 Davidson Award, a prize given to one teacher annually by the Chemical Industry Council of Illinois and the Illinois Chemical Education Foundation in  recognition of outstanding high school chemistry teaching. A science teacher at Hinsdale South High School, McDonald currently teaches chemistry, anatomy and physiology. She earned a master’s degree in teacher leadership from Elmhurst College in 2010.

Carly Notorangelo ’10 graduated from Chicago Theological Seminary in May 2014 with a master of sacred theology degree. She also holds a master of arts in religious leadership from the same institution.

Jessica Greene ’12 graduated from Purdue University with a master’s degree in speech pathology.

Jamie Hasken ’12 works as a senior intelligence analyst.

Kelly Johnson ’12 works as an accounting clerk for JVM Reality. She graduated from Aurora University in 2014 with a master of science degree in administration.

Jessica Petges ’12 is a certified speech-language pathologist at a middle school.

Sarah Wojnicki ’12 graduated in April 2014 from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids,  Michigan, with a master’s degree in college student affairs leadership.

Liliana Gomez ’13 is pursuing a master of social work (MSW) degree at UIC Jane Addams College of Social Work. The MSW program prepares students for advanced social work practice in four concentrations: mental health, child and family services, community health
and urban development, and school social work practice.

Marina Anderson ’14 debuted her dragster in the annual Detroit Autorama show and won first place in her category. Following that, she hopes to qualify for the National Hot Rod Association  A/Fuel, the high-speed class for the governing body. Marina developed a serious interest in the sport of drag racing as a teenager and spent the past four years building her own 4,000-horsepower rear-engine dragster.

Uchenna Ebiringah ’14 has been accepted into a master’s program in occupational therapy at Stanbridge College in Irvine, California.

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BIRTHS

Deborah (Ripper) Silic ’93 and Steve Silic welcomed their first child, Hazel Kathryn Silic, on August 21, 2013.

Kirsten (Carlson) Cecchin ’95 and her husband, Jerry, welcomed their first child, Crystal Rose Cecchin, on March 5, 2014.

Melissa Smith ’03 and William Smith ’04 welcomed their daughter, Melody Joy Smith, on March 17, 2014.

Matt Ticknor ’03 and Monica (Milton) Ticknor ’05 welcomed a son on May 12, 2014.

Tamara (Frank) Condon ’04 and her husband, Mike, welcomed their first child, Lydia Marie Condon, on March 5, 2014.

Kimberley (Schmidt) Serio ’04 and James Serio, welcomed their first child, Charlotte Joy Serio, on January 30, 2014.

Brad Zimmerman ’06 and Amy (Spiliotis) Zimmerman ’08 welcomed their son, Logan Michael Zimmerman, on February 23, 2014.

Melissa Allen ’07 and Donata Wonsowicz MS ’12 welcomed their son, Walter Keith Allen, on August 13, 2014.

Thomas Gilligan ’07 and Katherine Gilligan welcomed their daughter, Annalise Katherine Gilligan, on July 27, 2014.

Alex Kefaloukos ’08 and Catie Kefaloukos welcomed their son, Alexander “Zander” Michael Jr., on May 15, 2014.

Laura (Hertenstein) Mignerone ’08 and her husband, Jeff, welcomed Gabriel Isaac on September 8, 2014.

Sade Bryant Clark ’09 and Duane Clark welcomed their daughter, Zaya Nacole Clark on July 14, 2014.

Sara (Williams) Ranger ’09 and her husband, Brian, welcomed their daughter, Emma Lynn Ranger, on April 9, 2014.

Christine (Shore) Walsh ’09 and her husband, Patrick, welcomed their daughter, Fiona Elizabeth Walsh, on February 10, 2014.

Katie (Sulita) Benes ’10 and her husband, Joshua, welcomed twin boys, Caleb Christopher Benes and John Marshall Benes, on September 3, 2013.

Katie (Rothlisberger) Johnson ’10 and her husband, Jeff, welcomed their daughter, Finley Harper Johnson, on March 28, 2014.

Marisa Lach ’11 and Alex Kaufman welcomed their daughter, Emerie Rose, on November 15, 2013.

Christina (Reed) Tiplea ’11 and her husband, Julian Tiplea ’10, welcomed their daughter, Olivia Rose Tiplea, on June 23, 2014.

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MARRIAGES AND ANNIVERSARIES

Marie Lorden ’82 married Tom Graff in New Orleans on April 11, 2014. Marie and Tom met through Tom’s brother, Dave Graff ’79.

Jason Churchill ’03 married Craig Newman Larimer on December 7, 2013.

Cathleen Kimble ’03 married Erik Anderson on March 3, 2013.

Lewis Polcanco Webb ’03 married Erika Sanders ’08 on July 18, 2014.

Katie Bequette ’04 married Reuben Burnley on August 31, 2013. The wedding party included  Michelle (Lynch) Schultz ’04, Christy (Barone) Kersbergen ’04, Lisa (Denman) Sligh ’04 and Johanna (Anderson) Benavides ’04.

Phaedra Wells ’04 married Chris Studt on April 25, 2014.

Angela Kulacz ’05 married Josh Rogers on June 6, 2014.

Shay Batcheller ’07 married Jim Brooks on September 20, 2013.

Jennifer Chiappe ’07 married Kyle Schmidt on May 17, 2014.

Tiziana Di Benedetto ’07 married Neptali Figueroa Jr. on June 21, 2014.

Eric Hodges ’07 married Lindsay Young ’11 on August 1, 2014.

Erin Joyce ’07 married Darius Jackson on March 21, 2014.

Paige Mason ’07 married Damian Kudej on August 23, 2014. The father of the bride is Tom Mason ’77.

Ashley Suzik ’08 married Paul Brunner on August 16, 2014.

Patrick Kelly ’08 married Kimberly L. Schneider ’08 on August 30, 2014.

Billie Risley ’08 married Kendra Salyers on May 2011.

Heather Deering ’09 married Joel Rosales on September 26, 2014.

Chris Kudyba ’09 married Angie Caputo ’10 on May 31, 2014.

Luis Lara ’09 married Vanessa Garcia on May 30, 2014.

Christine Shore ’09 married Patrick Walsh on May 25, 2013.

Nicolas Ayala ’10 married Hannah Walton ’12 on September 16, 2014.

Ellyse Cudone ’10 married Tom Gould ’10 on August 11, 2014.

Caroline Cummings ’10 married Matt Procik ’11 on September 22, 2014.

Glen Gomez ’10 married Lauren Waryjas ’11 on September 6, 2014.

Sonia Pedapati ’10 married Christoph Bakke on August 30, 2014.

Sarah Sheen ’10 married PJ Celaya on June 28, 2014.

Nicole Spizzirri ’10 married Clay Plumtree on May 25, 2014. Stephanie Ferrini ’10 and Pam Economos ’09 were in the bridal party.

Robert Strzemp ’10 married Shay Green on October 28, 2013.

Stacey Boykin ’11 married Patrick Tretina on September 27, 2014.

Mitch Collins ’11 married Mary Bross ’12 on June 1, 2013.

Juliet Feifar ’11 and Anthony Longano ’11 were married on June 21, 2014. The wedding party included Sarah Coffelt ’12, Stephanie (Hemedinger) Lighthiser ’11, Haley Wittenburg ’13, Erin O'Loughlin ’13 and Spencer Battersby ’12. Guests included Hannah Walton ’12, Nick Ayala ’10,  and Jessica (Wilson) Wozniczka ’10.

Allison Korbel ’11 married Greg Stephens on August 2, 2013.

Jackie Schramm ’11 married John Fabian on June 28, 2014.

Kimberly Seger ’11 married Adam Ristich on June 26, 2014.

Alexandra Engle ’12 married Chris Nor on August 9, 2014.

Nicole Lascelles ’12 married Daniel Grant on July 7, 2014.

Matt McHugh ’12 married Whitney Roth ’13 on August 1, 2014.

Romison Saint-Louis ’12 married Brittney Rost on March 20, 2014.

Matt Staudenmayer ’12 married Cristen Suchy ’13 on July 12, 2014.

Seccoyah Williams ’12 married Rodney Dale on June 8, 2014.

Tricia Wilk ’13 married Ryan Parker on July 12, 2014.

Brittany Olenek ’14 married Gregory Sebesta on September 6, 2014.

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DEATHS

Eunice F. (Buck) Plass ’34, of Addison, on March 26, 2014

Helen E. (Medin) Sholand ’39, of Monument, Colorado, on March 2, 2014

John C. Bockoven Jr. ’42, of El Paso, Texas, on May 4, 2014

Gilbert P. Wawak ’42, of Lake Barrington, on February 23, 2014

Marichris S. (Smith) Golden ’44, of LaGrange, on October 2, 2014

Catherine C. (Witte) Droege ’45, of Dillsboro, Indiana, on August 7, 2012

Dr. Paul W. Meyer ’45, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on July 29, 2013

Helen L. (Chandler) Rich ’45, of Cassadaga, New York, on September 12, 2012

Phyllis (Kelley) Stare ’45, of Denver, Colorado, on May 31, 2014

Rev. Walter E. Vonderohe ’45, of Waverly, Ohio, on February 15, 2014

Wilfred H. Weltge ’46, of Oakwood, Ohio, on August 6, 2014

Rev. Donald E. Stuart ’48, of Claremont, California, on March 5, 2014

Harry J. Dagley ’49, of Wausau, Wisconsin, on August 19, 2013

Joseph Degi Jr. ’49, of Fort Collins, Colorado, on January 1, 2014

Robert A. “Bob” Varney ’49, of Lombard, on March 16, 2014

Rev. William F. “Bill” Behr ’50, of Saint Peters, Missouri, on March 10, 2014

Rev. Robert M. Dohm ’50, of Saint Charles, Missouri, on September 28, 2014

Dorothy K. (Joens) Glasby ’50, of Elmhurst, on August 1, 2014

Harold E. Bendigkeit ’51, of Palo Alto, California, on April 26, 2014

James F. Gehlert ’51, of St. Louis, Missouri, on July 9, 2013

William M. MacVeigh ’51, of Aurora, on January 15, 2013

Vernon Richard “Dick” Smith ’51, of LaGrange, on June 20, 2014

Rev. Edward H. Reinhardt ’52, of Faribault, Minnesota, on October 22, 2014

Carmen F. Sturm ’52, of Cleveland, Ohio, on August 2, 2012

Albert G. Vandermar ’52, of Richmond, Indiana, on November 3, 2014

Lois E. Conrady ’53, of Lincoln, on July 23, 2014

Don E. Bezold ’54, of Lombard, on February 20, 2012

Margaret A. (Kennedy) Ford ’54, of Vernon Hills, on July 11, 2014

James H. “Jimmy” Kohler ’54, of Elmhurst, on March 4, 2014

Gloria J. (Smith) Luecke ’54, of Beecher, on February 22, 2013

Rev. Kurt W. Simon ’54, of Ottawa, on July 20, 2014

Conrad J. Spitek ’54, of Wilmette, on November 15, 2014

Dr. Gerard R. Daily ’55, of Naperville, on April 4, 2014

Ralph E. Forgue ’55, of Dixon, on May 10, 2013

James H. Hudson Jr. ’55, of Viroqua, Wisconsin, on October 13, 2014

Irene (Kalman) Lenhart ’55, of Clifton, New Jersey, on October 14, 2014

Neil F. Currens ’56, of Sanford, North Carolina, on May 29, 2014

Rev. Henry D. Gittler ’56, of Redlands, Florida, on March 1, 2014

Rev. Charles F. Mayer ’56, of Chicago, on October 26, 2014

Marguerite “Rita” (Kienle) Plankey ’56, of Phoenix, Arizona, on July 13, 2014

Janet R. (Gastel) Grikmanis ’57, of Hickory Hills, on October 17, 2014

John C. Eickhacker ’58, of Indianapolis, Indiana, on August 21, 2014

William Gallagher ’58, of Sandy, Oregon, on December 18, 2013

Rev. Lowell R. Schrupp ’58, of Farmington, Michigan, on September 14, 2014

Wayne B. Carlson ’59, of Sycamore, on November 30, 2013

Carol “Jan” (Brown) Cowley ’59, of Fort Worth, Texas, on June 6, 2014

Richard E. Cross ’59, of Stratford, New Jersey, on December 22, 2012

Jack P. Peaslee ’59, of Lombard, on May 13, 2014

Thomas E. Lease ’60, of San Francisco, on April 13, 2013

George A. Olson ’60, of Sandy Level, Virginia, on May 13, 2013

Lorene E. Burrichter ’62, of Eitzen, Minnesota, on March 9, 2014

Samuel S. Caltagirone ’62, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on June 6, 2012

Charles M. Blachut ’63, of Elk Grove, on August 30, 2014

Antonia K. (Posevicz) Grune ’63, of Carol Stream, on August 18, 2014

Linda A. (Tschopp) Kauffman ’64, of Round Lake Park, on December 19, 2013

David N. Kremer ’64, of Louisville, Kentucky, on February 19, 2014

Dorothy (Votava) Bogen ’65, of Westminster, Colorado, on March 18, 2014

Evelyn G. (Gagliardo) Thompson ’65, of Anaheim, California, on April 11, 2014

Curtis H. Bevington III ’66, of Barre, Vermont, on August 30, 2014

David H. Kinsman ’66, of Lauderdale Lakes, Florida, on September 22, 2014

Carol G. Steben ’66, of Bella Vista, Arkansas, on January 24, 2012

Gary L. Bricker ’67, of Advance, North Carolina, on May 9, 2014

Barry M. Pava ’67, of Palm Coast, Florida, on June 6, 2013

John J. Farrell ’68, of Geneva, on February 4, 2014

Mae Collene Reid ’68, of Bakersfield, California, on August 4, 2013

Linda (Ficklin) Weber ’68, of Lombard, on February 4, 2014

Robert Allender ’69, of North Wales, Pennsylvania, on September 25, 2014

Betty J. Laurino ’69, of Franklin, North Carolina, on September 23, 2013

Susan (Stoker) Cummins ’70, of Tucson, Arizona, on January 24, 2014

Michael W. Gallagher ’70, of Lynbrook, New York, on February 13, 2013

Garry L. Horwarth ’70, of Altamonte Springs, Florida, on October 11, 2013

Kenneth J. Lussie ’72, of North Port, Florida, on September 12, 2013

Karl D. Millhauser ’73, of Owings Mills, Maryland, on December 28, 2013

Mary C. (Gerlach) Zielinski ’73, of Saint Charles, on November 8, 2014

Thomas J. Arnold ’74, of Elmhurst, on May 20, 2014

Charles C. Fredenburg ’74, of Princeton Junction, New Jersey, on March 7, 2014

Thomas A. Norini ’74, of Oak Brook, on September 2, 2013

Sally (Maynard) Driscoll ’75, of Anchorage, Alaska, on May 28, 2014

Steven M. Wright ’75, of Plover, Wisconsin, on April 14, 2014

Frank E. Hirsch ’76, of Mars, Pennsylvania, on November 17, 2012

Bryan L. Pearce Jr. ’76, of Jarretsville, on July 4, 2012

Charles F. Barnes ’77, of The Villages, Florida, on December 23, 2013

Anthony F. “Tony” Papoccia ’77, of Sterling, on April 13, 2014

Elaine M. Brim ’78, of Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, on September 26, 2014

Ruth E. Blomquist-Stanbery ’79, of Rochelle, on August 1, 2013

William J. “Bill” Rohn ’79, of Elmhurst, on April 22, 2014

Michael Kirchhoff ’81, of Craig, Colorado, on October 23, 2014

Margaret (Ahnert) “Meg” Aldrich ’82, of Elmhurst, on May 26, 2014

Lucita (Somcio) Gomez ’82, of Elmhurst, on March 26, 2014

Maureen H. (Siwak) Sapinski ’82, of Elmhurst, on July 3, 2014

Richard J. “Dick” Fontecchio ’83, of Bonita Springs, Florida, on September 8, 2014

Arthur J. Paterson III ’83, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on September 2, 2014

Dennis L. Grossman ’84, of Wheaton, on May 4, 2014

Rev. Deborah Griffin Celley ’86, of Mankato, Minnesota, on February 14, 2014

Mark E. Morovich ’86, of Western Springs, on June 28, 2014

Odessa L. (Bynum) Wynn ’87, of Forest Park, on August 14, 2012

Howard J. Pegel ’88, of Woodridge, on July 25, 2014

Anthony J. “Tom” Tempelman ’90, of Naples, Florida, on March 22, 2014

Dorothy L. “Dottie” (Nash) Estep ’91, of New Holland, Pennsylvania, on May 12, 2014

James R. Szyplik ’93, of Lombard, on September 19, 2012

Lee R. Townsend ’93, of West Chicago, on January 16, 2013

Anthony N. Stanfa ’95, of New Lenox, on November 15, 2012

Patricia M. Cleary ’96, of Chicago, on September 1, 2013

Roger A. Baron ’97, of Elgin, on May 19, 2012

Darlynn F. Szczepaniak ’99, of Lombard, on September 29, 2014

Lawrence R. “Larry” Pedrigi ’02, of Elgin, on April 14, 2013

Mary L. (Santi) Thornton ’03, of Elmhurst, on July 25, 2012

Gregory C. Kmoch ’04, of Lombard, on February 20, 2014

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