James S. Frey, Arts ’60, Grad ’67, president of Educational Credential Evaluators Inc. in Milwaukee, received the first award for excellence in international education from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
John A. Enright, Eng ’61, and John W. Orth, Eng ’62, led a crew of volunteers from Ozaukee County, Wis., to build three homes for Habitat for Humanity in Beaumont, Texas.
1962 Reunion Year
Edward J. Klein, Arts ’62, Grad ’68, was commissioned through the Army ROTC into the Military Police Corps. He later returned to Marquette to complete his master’s degree and then taught at West Bend High School for 11 years. He left teaching for a position in Federal Protective Service, which provides security at U.S. government buildings, and worked as a physical security specialist in Detroit, Chicago and Milwaukee. Last year, he was granted a lifetime designation as a certified protection professional. Although he retired from the government in 1997, he still advises on security matters.
Francis J. Podvin, Bus Ad ’63, Law ’65, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., attorney and long-time cranberry grower, was elected chairman of the board of Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. He was chosen unanimously by his peers to lead the grower’s board.
Linda (Riso) Locke, Arts ’64, is director of public relations for the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, N.Y.
1967 Reunion Year
Noreen (Hengen) Cichocki, Nurs ’67, was nominated by her peers for each of the 2006 Mission Hospital Values in Action Awards — Dignity, Excellence, Service and Justice — and she received the Justice Award. The south Orange County, Calif., hospital presents the awards to citizens who demonstrate their stewardship through vocation, volunteerism, avocation or philanthropy.
Dr. Terry L. Lawrence, Dent ’68, is splitting time between Litchfield Park, Ariz., and Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Retired due to health difficulties, he enjoys watching Marquette basketball games.
Michael D. Sullivan, Jour ’68, former news director at WJCL-TV in Savannah, Ga., was honored to be invited by Nigerian King Ese Sir J.Q. Muruako for a ceremony in Nigeria honoring him as a chief. The recognition came for his service in covering and hosting the king’s inaugural celebration during a visit to Savannah and Tybee Island, Ga., last summer. He also wrote a poem for the king to carry back to Nigeria. He writes for the monthly The Tybee Breeze and manages real estate on the island.
William H. Evans, Arts ’69, began a second career as head of marketing for a French-American private business college, the MBA Institute, in Paris, following a 30-year career in international business.
Sister Mary Ellen Paulson, OP, Grad ’69, received the Excellence in Education Award from the Milwaukee Public Schools Board of Directors.