North Central College - Naperville, IL
Adam J. Schafer was named Montana’s deputy commissioner of securities and insurance and chief of staff for Monica Lindeen.
Johnel Muczynski was honored with the Joliet Area Great Teachers Award from the Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry on March 15.
Jeff Davis was elected president of the Naperville Public Library Board.
Curt Vollman is currently host of the morning show on WRJN News-Talk 1400 AM in Racine, WI.
LeAnn Snyder Gonzalez M ’98 has accepted a position as interventionist at Hill Middle School in Indian Prairie School District 204.
Judith Treece Childress was named controller at Shamrock Specialty Packaging in Elgin, IL, in November 2011.
Michael D. Oldenettel was installed as the 2012 president-elect of the Illinois Association of Realtors.
Jim Rausch accepted a call in November 2011 to become pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Muskegon, MI.
Jim Bartelson is senior vice president and general manager of the database strategies division of Farm Journal.
Pablo Araya spoke at the Aurora Navy League Council 247 March dinner meeting in Montgomery, IL.
Dan Palmer led the Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team to a second University Athletic Association (UAA) title.
John Krutzler is head of Marsh USA’s Columbus, Ohio, office.
Charles W. Pautsch is managing partner of Arnstein & Lehr’s Milwaukee office.
Daniels Jr. received the 2012 Spirit of Excellence Award from the American Bar Association Commission on Racial and Ethnic Diversify in the Legal Profession.
Len Haug is a member of ARTSWorcester, the Falmouth Artists Guild, Princeton Arts Society, Leominster Art Association and the Gardner Area League of Artists.
Steve Lacey published a book titled “The Poems of S.E. Lacey.”
Wayne Schimpff participated in the Second Environmental International Teachers Convention as a keynote speaker.
George J. Picha was inducted as a Fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers class of 2012 in San Antonio, TX, earlier this year.
Frank Jen was credited with creating a “seminar culture” at the University of Buffalo in New York 40 years ago.
Rogene A. Buchholz wrote a book titled “Reforming Capitalism: The Scientific Worldview and Business.”