Donna E. Kantner ’68 Bradley W. Alberts ’92 and Kathryn M. Kittiko *Jane Shea Barclay Gary R. and Elaine M. Coll Thomas Kenneth Poullette â21 of Kenosha, Wisconsin Biogen Foundation David K. and Karen M. Berg Williams Steven J. Johnson ’58 David A. and Georgia Veneziano 19 Coach Carl H. Doehling Endowed Scholarship Mary Froh Doers ’81 Briana Rank Spaeth 12 Ciesielczyk was a two-time conference champion in both the shot put and discus. *Julie H. Johnson and Stephen H. Johnson 20 Holly I. Erickson ’18 At Ripon College Cuddesdon, we train men and women for ministry in the Church of England through a wide range of residential and non-residential programmes, to suit students at different stages of life, various personal circumstances and all kinds of academic abilities. Ned 1954 and Joan Lufrano Endowed Scholarship Deborah Wulf Weishan 3 Diemer/Hawley Family Endowed Scholarship Susan K. Thornton 44 *Don F. Thomann Leslie Ann Stark â21 of Grinnell, Iowa Burgchardt secured three competitive fellowships while completing her doctoral research. + Support to help students start and advance their careers. *Jack T. Sneesby ’47 Thomas R. and Suzanne Hefty Brewer Heating, Inc. 5 Judith Larsen Larson 59 *Justin H. ’33 and *Louise Hielsberg Hazen *Frank C. Shattuck Approximately one third of women globally have experienced sexual violence. Hugh E. and Diane J. Morgan 17 emotions of a clown | photograph | 24×10 inches | 2020, untitled | photograph | 13.5×5.5 inches | 2020, untitled | photograph | 5.5×3.5 inches | 2020, the day the clown cried | photograph | 5×6.5 inches | 2020. Jack A. Clough ’19 *Berdyne Butcher Eddy ’38 *Wilbur A. Nimmer Sr. ’49 Dirk A. Louise A. Lowery 29 Riley W. Erickson ’19 Installation dimensions variable, Breakfast | Monday – Friday | 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, Brunch | Saturday & Sunday | 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Lunch | Monday – Friday | 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Dinner | All Evenings | 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM. Santa Claus Endowed Scholarship Martin G. and Eldora Ondrus 22 Vicky Porth Tobias ’68 Class of 1958 Endowed Scholarship Major General and Mrs. William Blakefield 1939, 1941 Endowed Scholarship She was a Junior Class Marshal and earned the Biology Department Service Award. Alexis Lentz ‘21 of Pardeeville, Wisconsin, Lydia Wiley Deal ‘22 of Whitewater, Wisconsin Douglas E. ’68 and Diane Thorsen Whiteley ’68 He has taught in the Department of Chemistry since coming to Ripon College in August 1987. Roger Volkman 24 Robert S. Tieman 21 Donna Veto Schulz ’68 X 4 in. Gil and Amanda Lancour 2 George H. Sr. ’74 and Louise Renier Boothby ’75 *Robert H. Giertsen ’40 *Joyce L. Kiefer ’54 Clara M. Butters 35 Robert G. Brennan ’73 Forrest S. “Woody” Moy 1956 Endowed Scholarship Alexander L. Freed and Innessa Drabkin Mary Ellen Grahn 2 His hometown is Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Vladimir Korovets 2 Joyce Watry Dieck ’84 and Randal Dieck *Russell Jackson ’33 Erroll B. Davis Minority Achievement Award Steven and Terri Mattiacci 3 Alistair M. Barr 6 Peter D. Emanuel ’81 *Roxi-ann Parker Donovan ’55 Jeanne Hrovat and Scott Staedter | 2020, Untitled 3 | Mixed Media | 6 in. Robert and Joan Schaupp Family Endowed Scholarship Christophor M. ’80 and Sharon Rejman Ogle ’84 +Telemental health services will be conducted during regular business hours (8 am – 4:30 pm). Norman D. Gardner 6 Gail L. Dobish ’76 Robert and Kimberly Bols Dominica Louise Cipriani â21 of Oak Lawn, Illinois The presence of the string where the figure is missing is a way of trying to recreate them, becoming a way of bringing the figures back into the photograph. He and his wife, Christine Schelshorn, have a son, Matthew P. Danky. Philip M. Jenni ’76 Ned 1954 and Joan Lufrano Endowed Scholarship Richard R. Pieper Sr Eric N. Atkisson ’94 *Frank G. ’44 and *Carol Sears Hess Katelyn M. Dano â22 of Hubertus, Wisconsin clean. Barbara Volk Rivera ’70 *Katharine Reuther Campbell ’29 Miriam Beilke Huth ’45 Andrew W. ’81 and Susan Angell Schmidt ’80 *Barbara Kinsley Koehler ’39 *Arthur W. Jorgensen ’27 Rebecca R. Berens Matzke and William Matzke 11 Robert L. Smith 39 Nicole Petrovic ‘21 of Mt. Douglas M. Cassell ’74 and Ann W. Devenish-Cassell ’75 We have suspended all of our outside group events until March 30th. Lynne DeBeck Cummins ’76 Patrick and Susan Oven 14 Douglas M. Cassell ’74 and Ann W. Devenish-Cassell ’75 Robert L. and Pamela Price Smith ’68 Larry and Betsey Miller Endowed Scholarship Faculty and Staff Benefits Endowment William B. Ramzi B. Martin S. Morris ’73 Brian Smith came to Ripon College in the fall of 1987 and has held the positions of associate professor of religion and professor of religion, as well as chair of the Department of Religion from 1987 to 2015, then chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion from 2015 to the present. Robert J. and Meredith J. Smith 28 Vincentia Cink 47 Wayne Larson 51 Troy Schaefer 2 Gretchen Schlenk Pickard David R. and Kathleen Johnson 2 He died in April 22, 1998. Christopher R. ’90 and Mary Jo Lindgren Wiedey ’89 Patricia K. Brick Salesforce.com Foundation + 6 Karl I. Solibakke Many of the writings are Landays. Thomas E. ’58 and Carol Diedrich Cooley ’58 Lyn M. Herriot 10 Matthew J. Huettner Kelly A. Nielsen and Eli Black 3 Meredith Corporation Foundation + 13 Bruce P. Anderson ’57 Kent E. Timm ’81 Danny A. and Yong Suk Lee 14 David and Donna Scanlon *James D. Cowan ’43 *Judith Pallett Kaestner ’57 Jerry and Bonnie Weber Kelly G. ’76 and Kim Hinds O’Brien ’77 *Elmer M. Burns ’26 Charlotte Lee Wahle ’13 Donald Bruening 1962 Prize Jeneva Lindsey â21 of Juneau, Wisconsin Thomas R. and Suzanne Hefty Georgiana McFetridge Memorial Scholarship Laura M. Kreofsky ’91 *Lowell A. Gregg E. Petersen ’78 and Shirley E. Reddoch ’64 and Susan K. Thornton Richard C. Bahr ’64 *Dean A. Ripon College administration and our response team has been working closely with local health officials and has been monitoring the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as the Coronavirus. West Bend, Wisconsin, Kayla Furlanon, 2020 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. 25 Steven G. and Brigid A. Yeomans We Energies Foundation + 35 Caestecker Fine Arts Series Endowment Kirby L. Kulas 5 Jeffrey O. Anhaltzer ’83 Oscar C. and Patricia H. Boldt 46 Thomas A. James R. Lee Weston W. Radford ’07 James R. Fancher 35 David and Donna Scanlon ’80 and Catherine Galica Scott ’80, Misael H. Lopez and Judith A. Thomsen Lopez. Duane R. and Shirley Johnson 8 Jeffrey E. ’69 and Carol Engel Schefermann ’70 Edward W. Bumby ’73 *George H. Miller John P. ’73 and Jane Runkel Frederick ’74 David Weiske Marilyn M. Wing 3 At Ripon College, he majored in history, played trumpet and participated in track and cross country. Gary G. Yerkey ’66 The majority of water is used for power plants, industry, agriculture, and to maintain household pools and lawns. This case therefore aims to prevent further degradation of freshwater resources as well as to promote access to clean water as a universal human right. John B. and Gail Firer 16 Keara Duffy ‘22 of McFarland, Wisconsin *Jane Shea Barclay *George H. Miller William J. and Jean G. Woolley 47 Thomas and JoAnn Leuenberger 9 Payton Rahn â22 of Omro, Wisconsin Richard R. Pieper Sr 7 Ripon College is a private institution that was founded in 1851. Robert E. Collier 40 Joyce I. and Jacob F. Wagner 1932 Endowed Scholarship John A. Stoler ’56 Lucile P. Gatchell 31 She has been a member of the history department faculty, director of New Student Advising (1983- 1994) and coordinator of the Women and Gender Studies program. Jacquelin M. Knuth 17 William B. *Theodore H. Fortmeier Patrick M. Broeske ’89 Emily Battisti ’03 Nicole Elise Petrovic â21 of Mt. Some communities are excluded from decision-making about resource management which results in limited access to ecosystem goods and services as well as greater toxic exposures. Alexis Rose Lentz â21 of Pardeeville, Wisconsin Franklin L. Stone Award Jay C. and Karin E. Hiller 3 Susan B. Perry H. ’79 and Sarah Hemstock Robinson ’89 Joel A. and Geraldine A. Diemer 10 *Klara E. Dahlke ’24 Steven G. and Brigid Yeomans Joe W. Hatcher Jr. 29 Carol Seeliger began at Ripon College Nov. 11, 1991. David Miles and Roxanne Trump-Miles 4 ’69 and Cynthia Sanborn Nyquist ’69 Roland and Rita Pond While a student, she worked in the Biology Department, Foreign Language Department and Office of Admissions. Kaye Reese Peter and Emily Sensenbrenner 12 Walter G. Page ’82 Van Zoeren Library Endowment, Benstead Theatre Endowment Mary Breese Ray ’74 David W. and Allie Scott 6 R. Gregory Jr. ’68 and Kathryn Santimays Dunn ’67 James F. ’52 and Joanne Klawiter Cochrane ’51 Charles C. Walden ’66 MacKenzie Warner ‘21 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin She now plans to spend more time with her grandchildren, family and friends. Oracle Corporation 3 Robert G. Cruickshank ’55 Woodland Foods, Ltd. 2, Number of years donated following name. Patricia S. Lewis 1974 Endowed Scholarship Eric F. Rieders ’79 ’53 and *Joan Hurley Van Zoeren ’53 *R. Harry Evans ’38 Van Zoeren Family Endowed Chair in Religion, Ethics and Values, Alumni Board Career Discovery Initiative Endowment The following links, while not exhaustive, include helpful online resources for the faculty and staff of Ripon College. In retirement, she plans to âvisit my grandchildren, volunteer, quilt, take day trips with my husband, purge the items in my house and just do other things that remain to be discovered in retirement.â. David H. Gebhardt Jr. ’66 Lisa Encarnacion Cheryl J. Allard 2 David M. Minor ’68 Anne Templeton Romano ’77 George E. and Beverley A. Letcher 24 *Robert G. Lambert ’52 James C. Evans ’79 *Margaret E. Wernecke ’32 Theodore W. Chase 1933 Physical Plant Endowment Following her PhD research, Sarah served as a NOAA John A. Knauss Sea Grant Fellow in the US Congress and as a Presidential Management Fellow at the USDA Forest Service. ’68 and Barbara Paine Cramer ’68 Jessica Reyes â20 of Chicago, Illinois JUUL Labs Jakious Real Estate Willmore Center Building Manager Karen Witucke Karen K. Cook 35 *William T. ’40 and *Edna Jordan Gilkey Linda J. Jess 15 R&R Wash Materials, Inc. 2 Kirbie L. Petersen ’92 Joseph M. ’81 and Anne Ullman Tolan ’83 Warren and Charlotte Sherman ’41 and *Kathleen S. Parvis Robert W. Roth ’70 Ellen Reap Merwin 7 Mark and Janice Franzen Professorship in Applied Mathematics Amy S. Hutchings 9 Wells Fargo Foundation + 38 Richard R. Sykes 38 These objects, due to our constant exposure to them, can easily become mundane, every day, and uninteresting. 67 and Judy Wilkinson Neill ’68 *Dorothea Himmler ’35 Rebecca E. Leuenberger ’19 Michael L. McLaughlin ’84 clean. Peggy J. Hutchings and Jeffery A. Hutchings 9 A. Michael and Penny Mihaly 28 V. Gerald Woeste ’59 D. C. Anderson Jr. ’52 *Carleton W. Schwiesow ’32 Michael J. Bryan W. ’03 and Amy Gabriel Gerretsen ’04 Kenneth R. Pinckney ’81 *Newell A. and *Beth Hoveland Younggren ’38 Andrew A. and Deborah Page Zeratsky Dean R. Sharpe ’71 Helen E. Hansen ’66 and Robert E. Collier *Margaret E. Zellmer ’74 Gail Carmichael Kimen Matthew R. Cottler ’72 John Livingston 1949 and Nancy Livingston Endowed Economics Scholarship *William C. Holter ’47 Martin F. Farrell *Nancy A. Robert E. and Barbara T. Van Metre Frederick M. ’74 and Betty Lange Strader ’77 Julie E. Sgambelluri Timbre Shilts â20 of Kenosha, Wisconsin Norman J. and Susan Boothroyd Loomer ’67 Flora Toms O’Hagan ’59 Laura Lindquist 9 Kathryn R. Schultz ’89 John T. and Cheri L. Dozier 8 Theodora Lee Gregg ’62 Dean A. Katahira 25 Merline Thoma Lovelace ’68 and Cary A. Lovelace Water, an essential component of human survival, covers almost 70% of the Earth’s surface, yet only 1% of water is available for human uses. Cindy Hutter started at Ripon College in 1980. Phillip P. Wepner 28 Duane R. and Shirley Johnson 8 *Mark A. Greene ’80 I would like to remind everyone that our public calendar is up to date. I could not be more pleased with Ripon College's first class approach to wedding planning. *Dale R. Hinz ’52 *Leone Damon *Herbert P. Holcli ’74 Roger C. Peace He and his wife, Renee, have a daughter, Candice Vick; grandchildren Hayden and Alexis; and a great-grandchild, Adriana. Robert A. Lennox III ’03 and Amy Fruehwald Lisa R. Zeman and James L. Zeman 8 Richard A. and Jalene K. Lodle 25 Alexander H. Levis ’63 Dean A. Pape 18 Robert G. and Joan B. Murray Donald L. and Anne A. Bentley Keith C. Grant ’84 and Mary Dillon-Grant *A. Dickson Hause ’56 Rachel Myers â21 of Kansas City, Missouri, Lupita Aviles â22 of Wichita Falls, Texas Reader’s Digest Foundation Endowed Scholarship Daniel W. ’76 and Joanne Long Sherman ’76 Gary R. and Elaine M. Coll 35 Robert E. ’55 and Patricia Shea Witt American Luxemburg Independent Club Dean R. Sharpe ’71 John F. Newhard Jr. ’65 Students can drop-in and meet with a tutor without an appointment to work on materials in any of the following areas: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Math, Economics, Psychology and CTL 120. Class of 1943 Library Endowment Marcus D. Hoffman ’70 Marcus D. Hoffman ’70 In retirement, he says, âI have spent the last eight months catching up on house projects after being away for six years and spending time with my wife and family. David N. and Jackie A. Wagner 2 Edmond T.C. *Norman J. McCurdie ’28 *Frank W. ’36 and *Elfriede Stobbe Ryhlick ’38 Patricia R. Barry 51 William J. and Jean G. Woolley The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust 4 Robert A. and Joan Hendee 9 *Russell and *Dorothy Duket Madison B King â21 of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Aetna Foundation, Inc. + 51 Kevin R. ’82 and Linda Jensen Hall ’82 Meredith Corporation Foundation + 13 David F. and Sandra Brusin 17 *Ruth Konow Birge ’43 *Norman D. Jefferson ’67 + Personalized admission and academic advising Ruth Pilger Andrews 1927 Endowed Scholarship Midwest Stihl Jeffrey R. and Darlene C. Schultz 10 Francie Turner 2 He finished sixth in the 1987 Outdoor Nationals in both the shot put and discus, while finishing sixth in the shot put at the 1986 Outdoor Nationals and seventh in the shot put at the 1987 Indoor Nationals. Nedra Linville Martz 40 Frank H. Martin 1939 Endowed Scholarship Samuel W. Pickard ’55 Thomas and Nephele Wing Domencich Foundation, Inc. 22 Robert L. Brandfass ’83 Aither State Farm Insurance 4 *Barbara Scott I want the viewer to reflect on the narrative of our past experiences with others and how the memory of those times can be kept, even if friends and family are no longer present. Paul A. and Sarah J. Gieschen 7 Thomas J. and Renee Boldt *E. Jerry and *Ruth Wilcox Van Holten ’48 Robert L. Smith 39 Kay Scheunemann Eggert 38 William R. Stott Jr. Daniel S. Everts 2 Karl A. Ronald R. ’70 and Loretta Law Peterson Robert J. Kirkland ’81 Mark and Lisa Barbian Action Appliance Service W. W. Grainger, Inc. + 13 The Amgen Foundation + 9 Kathryn M. Kittiko 16 Daniel R. ’69 and Joan Knutson Wolfgram ’69 Sandra Osborne Thieme 33 Gary R. Page ’84 Monday & Associates, Inc. 2 Academic Staff Principal. David L. and Marilyn Kaiser Indermuehle ’64 Mitchell A. and Donna P. Taranto 3 He received several degrees in art-print making from the University of Iowa, where he also served as a teaching assistant in the print department. Imagineers Screen Printing and Sports 6 John F. ’88 and Alice Gallagher Archabal ’89 *Neil F. Hein ’30 *Michael R. ’65 and Kaye Reese Pâ92 ’83 and Janice Heinz Franzen ’83 Donald Klingenberger and Mary Conrad 9 Lynn Carroll *Neil A. R. Keith Guise ’56 John L. III and Pamela J. Kitslaar 18 Students come from 14 nations and 33 states, and 53% are female while 47% are male. Midwest Stihl MetLife Foundation + 36 She was a secretary/technician in the financial aid and career development offices, and then administrative assistant to the vice president and dean of students for the rest of her time here. David H. 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