1962 Reunion Year
Dr. Ricardo R. Fernandez, Arts ’62, Grad ’65, was named board chair of the American Council on Education. He is president of Lehman College at City University of New York.
Gregory G. Gorak, Sr., Comm ’62, owns Gaits Aviation Seminars Inc., which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. He was named Flight Instructor of the Year for the United States in 1975 and is accredited as a master flight instructor.
Peter J. Mihelich, Eng ’62, was elected to the Kiwanis International Board of Directors and is serving the third year of a three-year term. The Kiwanis is an organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and community at a time.
Gregory F. Huyette, Bus Ad ’63, published the book The Mouse and the Grouse. It is one in a series of 10 illustrated children’s poetry books in the Happy Books series.
Richard P. Jozwiakowski, Arts ’66, wrote the book I Love Gray: Making Change Happen after retiring as vice president and general manager at Pitney Bowes. The book teaches managers how to embrace change to build their businesses.
John R. Kuhnmuench, Jr., Bus Ad ’66, Law ’69, was named vice president of Human Resources at Arandell Corp., a catalog production company in Menomonee Falls, Wis.
1967 Reunion Year
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Jeffrey P. Aiken, Arts ’69, Law ’72, was named a top construction lawyer by the Wisconsin Law Journal. He is a senior shareholder at Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek SC.
Guerrino T. Rich, Arts ’69, was named to the National Honor Roll’s list of outstanding American teachers 2005-06 and Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers 2006. He is an English teacher at Walsh Jesuit High School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.