35-year Reunion • Class of 1984

See a list of your classmates who have already signed up to attend!

Attend your Class of 1984 Friday-night Party

FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 2019
8 - 11 p.m.
Good City Brewing | Downtown, Good City Commons, Second Floor, 333 W. Juneau Ave.

Located in the heart of the new entertainment block in downtown Milwaukee, this new location features a taproom, an open kitchen with a stone hearth oven and Good City Commons, a large private event space on the second floor for your class. $40 per person includes heavy appetizers, beer, wine and soda from 8-10 p.m. Please note that $10 of the registration cost for your class party will be considered a non-refundable donation to the Scholarship Fund. Register by Friday, Sept. 27, to secure your early-bird pricing: Class party prices will increase by $5 at the door.

Attire: Casual/Marquette spirit wear

Make a gift in honor of your 35-year reunion

Let’s do something special in honor of our reunion and present Marquette with a gift that truly embodies our pride and love of this university by helping current and future students.

Class of 1984 goal is 350 class gift donors.

Share your Marquette memories

Share a few of your favorite memories and photos from your time as a Marquette student. We may use your photos and stories in Reunion + Homecoming promotion.

Reunion + Homecoming volunteering

A reunion celebration is only a success if your classmates come back to celebrate with you. We need a strong group of volunteers who are willing to help create a buzz leading up to Reunion + Homecoming. No matter the amount of time you are able to commit, we have an opportunity for you! Visit the volunteering webpage for more information.

Alice Bimrose, Arts '84
Allen Chouinard, Bus Ad '84
Richard Duplantier Jr., Sp '84

Scott Evertz, Arts '84

Rosemary Guidinger, Arts '84

"I'm pleased to be a reunion volunteer as I realize now how quickly time flies by. I marvel at still having a close connection with my Marquette friends 35 years later! Nurturing those friendships by staying in touch, celebrating life’s milestones, and attending reunions, has made this possible."

Brian Hill, Eng '84

"Marquette means a friendly community that I will always be a part of, whether I am near or far. I have many fond memories of my classmates. I volunteer for my reunion and support Marquette because I value those experiences and friendships I made, and look forward to reminiscing with many friends."

Kevin Ingram, Bus Ad '84, Grad '02
Carol Maher, Sp ‘84
James Meier, Bus Ad '84
Thomas Melby, Arts '84
Mary, Nurs '84, and
Thomas, Arts '84, Nolte
Katherine O'Keeffe, Sp '84

Gregory Rusk, Bus Ad '84

"Many of my closest friends grew from relationships that began in 1980 as a freshman at Marquette. Volunteering for the reunion committee was important as a way to give back to Marquette and to reconnect with the Marquette community. I look forward to the stories, the laughter and the friendships."

Catherine Sullivan, Arts '84