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Your fellow alumni readers want to know want what you're up to these days. Share your news about job changes, promotions, awards/recognition, retirement, and family milestones with us. Class notes are featured in our Outlook email newsletter and annual magazine. 

Here are some common reasons to send us a class note:

  • A new job or promotion 
  • A baby or adopted a child
  • You got married or entered into an official union 
  • Published a book
  • A fellow alumni has passed away

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Career News

Danielle and Nate Goss

Danielle `13 and her husband, Nate `13 Goss, launched a new beverage company called KUL MOCKS.

Career News

Escobar

Su-Nui Escobar `99 is in private practice and a dietetic internship director at Larkin Community Hospital.

Career News

Jeff Van Zeeland

Jeff Van Zeeland `96 is part owner of Fox Valley Wood Products. His company received the 32nd Annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Grand Award on Feb. 20, 2020.

 

 

Career News: new jobs, promotions, awards and retirements
  • Tery Thomas `68 retired from part time position as advance placement program coordinator for the Fond du Lac. School District and as a site supervisor for ACT Examinations at Fond du Lac High school. Currently president of the Fond du Lac Area Retired Educators Association.
  • Eric Bloohm `71 received advocate for children award from Lomira School Dist. for his volunteer work teaching math to 3rd and 4th graders.
  • Duey Fimreite `85 the R&D manager at South Chicago Packing LLC, the largest processor of animal fat in the U.S. and recently was the guest lecturer for Dr. Mitra's food innovations class.
  • David Holling `87, retired as the director of Buchanan Pastoral Counseling Center, Indiana University Health, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Jeff Van Zeeland `96 is part owner of Fox Valley Wood Products. His company received the 32nd Annual Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Grand Award on Feb. 20, 2020. 
  • Su-Nui Escobar `99 is in private practice and a dietetic internship director at Larkin Community Hospital.
  • Larry Graves `01 is serving as the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Designee on the Governor’s Task Force on student debt.
  • David Hanson `04 was promoted to senior project manager at JE Dunn Construction.
  • Danielle `13 and her husband, Nate `13 Goss, launched a new beverage company called KUL MOCKS.
  • Krissa Fisher '13 is a Financial Aid Advisor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
     
Life events: births, marriages, anniversaries and deaths

Passing:

  • John Clyde Williams `77, May 24, 2020, Freeland, Wash. 
Faculty/Staff News: awards, retirements and deaths

Faculty Passing:

  • Steven P. Terry, of Menomonie, passed away on June 2, 2020. Steve retired from UW-Stout in 2015 as an associate professor of health and physical education. He served as athletic director from 1994 to 2007 and started at UW-Stout in 1980. 
  • Eunice I. Freeberg, 87, of Colfax, passed away May 29, 2020. She started in 1982 at the UW-Stout Purchasing Department, retiring in 1997.
  • Roger H. Klukas, 87, of Menomonie, passed away June 7, 2020. He worked in the maintenance department at UW-Stout for about 25 years, retiring in 1997.

Our Outlook Magazine is an annual printed publication highlighting alumni success stories from across the country.

If you would like to submit an Outlook magazine story, please email alumni@uwstout.edu

 

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