Though his name is in lights, David Rasche ’66 retains the humility of a Midwest preacher’s son.
Anthony DeLuca’s experience running his family’s waste hauling business was good preparation for representing Chicago’s far south suburbs in Springfield.
August Molnar '49 started a foundation to celebrate Hungarian thought and culture.
Al Biancalana ’82 has never had a losing season, but wins aren’t all he’s after.
Charles Guengerich '70 of Wright College is a leader on the front lines of higher education in America.
Hard work and a cool head helped former cashier Denise Jones ’90 rise to senior vice president.
Bill Johnson '68 made history as the first openly gay man to gain ordination to the mainstream Christian ministry.