Alumni Outlook Magazine



Class Notes 1990s-2006

1990s

Philip Burley MS ’90 is president-elect of the Wisconsin School Counselor Association. He is currently a school counselor at Lakeland Union High School, Minocqua.

Kristina Freund Fischer ’90, Napa, Calif., is an account manager for Young’s Market Estates Group, a fine wine wholesaler.

Molly Bourgeois Kuhn ’90, Glenview, Ill., has joined Triangle Printers as account executive. She brings with her more than 15 years of creative and production experience, including five years as a graphic designer and 10 years as a business development representative for some of the nation’s leading paper manufacturers and merchants.

Lynn Schomisch Lane ’90, Athens, Ala., is human resources manager for Electricfil Corp.

David Vincent ’90, Wauwatosa, is the founder and CEO of National Material Handling Products, a distributor and supplier of industrial warehouse products and equipment. For more information, go to the company Web site at www.materialhandlingproducts.com.

April Frelke BS ’91, MS ’93 is author of the book, Romantic Distractions, which was released in July. It is a nonfiction poetry journal that spans a decade. Each poem captures the experience of romantic love. The book is available at www.barnesandnoble.com, www.amazon.com, or www.publishamerica.com.

Christina Kier Steder ’91, Menomonee Falls, recently won two awards for her marketing work on behalf of client O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong, one of Milwaukee’s largest law firms. The “Women Inspiring Women” program won a National Law Marketing Association Award and a Milwaukee Business Marketing Association Bell Award. Steder is the owner of Clear Verve Marketing, which provides marketing communications services to service providers, manufacturers and other companies that provide custom-made products or services.

Todd Cordes ’92 is a senior consultant with Manhattan Associates, Atlanta.

Brian ’92 and Lisa Killingsworth Watermolen ’93 reside in Appleton. Brian is the owner of Hitman Charters that specializes in salmon and trout fishing charters on Lake Michigan. Lisa earned an associate degree in nursing from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and is a pediatric registered nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.
2000s

Donald Stuckert MS ’00 is a senior training specialist with Plexus Corp., Neenah.

Kimberly Dunisch ’01, Milwaukee, has earned a master’s degree in business administration from Concordia University.

C. Thomas Pagel ’01 was promoted to assistant project manager at CG Schmidt, Milwaukee, where he will assist with cost control, expediting and scheduling of major construction projects.

Alisa Casmey ’02, is a project manager for Samuels Group, Wausau.

Nicole Norgard ’02 is a high school marketing teacher at Roseville High School, Roseville, Minn.

Rachel Bachmann Schmidt BS ’02, MS ’04 is a school counselor for Eden Prairie High School, Eden Prairie, Minn.

Rebecca Du Bois-Zeck ’02, West Allis, is a technology education teacher with the West Allis and West Milwaukee School District.

Richard Michi ’03 is the general manager of Amerisuites Milwaukee Airport.

Christopher Campbell ’04 was recently promoted to the position of project specialist with Carlson Hospitality Worldwide, Minneapolis.

Mary Roehning Castaneda ’04 is a corrections officer at Washington County Jail, Stillwater, Minn.

Matthew ’03 and Andrea Miller Koeppel ’03, Oconomowoc, are the owners of O Creative Design Studio, a graphic Web site design and Web hosting company.

Jay ’04 and Katie Rogge Rideout MS ’05 reside in Hugo, Minn. Jay is a superintendent for Pulte Homes. Katie is the director of staff development and education at Cerenity Senior Care, White Bear Lake, Minn.

Andrea Merry Rineck ’04, Menomonie, is a community living specialist with Lutheran Social Services.

Daniel Hoyord ’05 is an industrial designer for RAVE Sports Inc., Vadnais Heights, Minn.

Holly Reynolds MS ’05 is a social worker and counselor at Miles Bluff Medical Center, Mauston.

Jamie Sturke ’05 is group sales coordinator for Tundra Lodge Resort and Waterpark, Green Bay.

Norah Knudsen ’06 is a family court advocate for Cornerstone Advocacy Services.

Aaron Kodesh ’06 is a production supervisor for Weyerhaeuser Co., Belleville, Ill.

Sam Smelter ‘06 was named one of three finalists for an international Adobe Design Achievement Award in the category of interactive design during his final semester at UW-Stout. Finalists received a trip to Toronto in July to participate in the awards event and to attend studio tours. Award entries were judged on overall impact, design execution and technical capabilities. More than 1,800 students from 24 countries competed in the annual program.