Craig E. Sodaro, Jour ’70, published his anthology of one-act mystery plays Make It Mystery! Recent full-length plays published include Tapestry, Woman in White, High Spirits and Hickory, Dickory, Dead.
Dr. Susan M. Mountin, Jour ’71, Grad ’94, was named Alumna of the Year by the Father Danihy Alumni Club of Alpha Sigma Nu.
1972 Reunion Year
Marilyn (King) Hankins, Grad ’72, retired as an award-winning fund raiser and producer for PBS & NPR stations in Kentucky and Florida. She teaches humanities at Valencia College in Orlando, Fla.
Mary Alice (Tierney) Dunn, Sp ’72, received the 2007 TEMPO Mentor Award in recognition of mentoring contributions to individuals and the community. TEMPO is a networking organization for Milwaukee’s professional and business leaders. She is vice president of communications at Aurora Health Care and chairs the public awareness committee for the United Way Teen Pregnancy Initiative.
Dr. Michael E. Stevens, Arts ’72, is president-elect of the Association for Documentary Editing and was elected to the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers Board. He is a division administrator at the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Jeffrey M. Dalebroux, Arts ’73, joined the executive board of Dykema, a legal services and public policy consulting firm, where he is assistant practice group leader for the corporate finance practice group.
Philip R. Zwieg, Grad ’73, was featured in the Money Magazine article “Best Jobs 2007 … 7 steps for a successful solo career” (April issue).
Dr. Carol (Olson) Long, Nurs ’74, received the 2006 Gerontologist of the Year award from the Arizona Geriatrics Society for outstanding contributions to geriatric education. She also edited the book Palliative Care for Advanced Dementia Guidelines and Standards.
Jacqueline (Moore) Bowles, Bus Ad ’75, is president and CEO of Creative Marketing Inc., a full-service advertising and public relations firm specializing in marketing to urban audiences. She is president of Jack and Jill of America, a cultural enrichment organization for African-American children and their parents.
Fahada (Anthony) Saad, Nurs ’75, is a sales associate at Coldwell Banker’s residential real estate’s Naples North office and member of the Saad Team.
Howard J. Bichler, Law ’76, was selected by the Center for International Legal Studies in Salzburg, Austria, to serve as a visiting professor at the Institute of Comparative Law in Szged, Hungary. He is tribal attorney for the St. Croix Indians of Wisconsin.
Gary L. Oberlander, Eng ’76, returned from a four-month assignment in Vietnam where he supervised the construction of the largest steel mill in the country and conducted management seminars. He is manager of construction services at Butler Manufacturing in Kansas City, Mo.
1977 Reunion Year
William F. Botel, Jr., Arts ’77, received his master of business administration from the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas.
Susan (Eshelman) Ela, Nurs ’77, Grad ’88, received the Peak Performer Award from the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame. She is senior vice president of Aurora Health Care and president of Aurora Health Care Metro Region.
Lawrence M. Rich, Sp ’70, Grad ’77, was executive producer of Lives for Sale, a documentary on immigration and human trafficking airing on PBS nationwide. Previously he produced My Americas, a 13-part series for PBS.
Jeffrey E. Struve, Arts ’77, was named executive vice president and managing director at JobFlex’s St. Louis, Mo., office.
Anita M. Gulotta-Connelly, Arts ’78, was named Milwaukee County Transit System managing director. She serves as a member of the Wisconsin Urban and Rural Transit Association Board of Directors.
William R. O’Toole, Sp ’79, was elected president of Catholic Knights. He has served on the finance committee and as a board member.