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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 67, Number 2 (Nov. 1965)

Alumni news,   pp. 19-23

Page 22

  Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River, N. Y.
based division of American Cyanamid
Company, has appointed John H. Rose '50
manager of the sales training department.
He began his Lederle career in 1950 as a
medical representative.
  Derry W. Wagner '50 is assistant man-
ager of the insurance division of B. C.
Ziegler and Co., West Bend, Wis.
  Gerald H. Mundinger '50 has been ap-
pointed associate dean of men at the Uni-
versity of Colorado, where he has been
Lutheran campus pastor for two years.
   The Bucyrus-Erie Company, South Mil-
waukee, recently announced the election
of William B. Winter '51 as vice presi-
dent-manufacturing for the Erie-Evans-
ville plants. He has been with the organi-
zation since 1953 and directs the com-
pany's manufacturing activities abroad.
  Richard L. Huff '51, partner in Electric
Utilities Television, Madison, has formed
a second firm which will produce indus-
trial films, television commercials, and
audio-visual training materials for Madi-
son and area businessmen.
   Samuel G. Cannon '51 is industrial
sales manager for the southwestern region
of the Quaker Oats& Company, and is
based in St. Joseph, Mo., where he was
transferred from Los Angeles.
   Karl F. Heimke '52 is vice president of
the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where
he has been chief of audits.
   Maj. Richard K. Bastian '53, now at
Command and General Staff College, Ft.
Leavenworth, Kas., received a Certificate
of Achievement for his work at the U.S.
Army Aviation Materiel Command, St.
Louis, Mo. He was cited for exemplary
accomplishments in the procurement of a
new type of light observation helicopter
for the Army.
   Robert Nass '53 has accepted a position
as industrial engineer with the Fisher
Body division of General Motors at the
new Chevrolet assembly plant under con-
struction at Lordstown, Ohio.
   Del Desens '53 has been promoted to
 equipment engineer in the Wisconsin Tele-
 phone Company and will move from
 Madison to Milwaukee where he will work
 in the chief engineer's headquarters group.
 He will live in Brookfield with his wife
 (Mary Lindow '53) and daughter, Denise.
   Les Miskowski '54 is manager of the
 programming department with Ford Mo-
 tor Company. Mr. and Mrs. Miskowski,
 whose first child was born in August, live
 in Dearborn, Mich.
   Mrs. John E. Cole, Jr. (Lois Frank '54)
 is not teaching at the Footville School as
 was reported in the last issue. She has
 been living in Wilmington, Del. for the
 past 5% years.
   Dr. Leon Rosenberg '54 has become
 assistant professor of medicine in the Yale
 School of Medicine. Since 1959 he has
 been associated with the National Cancer
 Institute at the National Institutes of
 Health, Bethesda, Md.
  Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Sabroff '55 are
living in San Pedro, Calif., where he is
on the technical staff of Space Tech-
nology Laboratories. Their third child, a
daughter, was born August 21.
  Dr. Daryl Ostercamp '55 is teaching at
Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn. He
and his wife recently returned from a year
in Mosul, Iraq, where he taught on a
Fulbright grant.
  Frank N. Elliott, formerly director of
the division of arts and sciences at New
York State University at Cortland, is now
acting dean of the university.
   Wayne A. O'Neil, specialist in the his-
tory and structure of the English lan-
guage, is an associate professor in the
graduate school of education at Harvard
  James D. Stoner is an account execu-
tive of Miles Laboratory International,
developing markets at Robert Otto-Intam
advertising agency, which is associated
with the London Press Exchange. Adver-
tising Age recently carried an article on
his spring trip to England and Africa.
The Stoners announce the birth of their
first child, Pamela Jane, on July 15.
   Irene Forman Bernstein is living in
Levittown, N. Y. and teaching French in
Rockaway Beach.
   Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnum (Donna
Roehm '58) announce the birth of a
daughter, Ann Marie, August 7, 1965, in
Wausau. They have another daughter,
Kay, age two.
   David 0. Ehlers, his wife, and four
children are living in Lantana, Fla. He is
in the sales department of Riter and Com-
pany, members of the New York Stock
Exchange, in Palm Beach, and was for-
merly with an investment firm in Detroit.
   Koret of California announces the ap-
pointment of Gerald Greenberg as mar-
keting executive. He has been with the
company since 1960, and will work out of
San Francisco.
   William B. N. Schultz recently joined
the Public Works Department of the city
of Fond du Lac as civil engineer.
   Roger Gaumnitz has returned from his
 work with the Aerojet-General Corpora-
 tion in California and is on the staff of
 the First National Bank, Madison.
   Frances Myers is spending the year in
 England as project assistant in graphic
 arts for Warrington Colescott, UW art
 professor working in London on a Gug-
 genheim grant.
   DeWayne E. Durst is on the staff of the
 Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Cen-
 ter, Cincinnati, Ohio. The center is oper-
 ated by the Public Health Service as a
 national research laboratory for environ-
 mental health problems.
  Ronald H. Reinholtz is working in the
investment division of the trust depart-
ment of the First National Bank, Madison.
  Jerold Last received his Ph.D. degree
from Ohio State University in August.
  Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Bailey (Jane
Schroeder), Freeport, Ill., announce the
birth of their first child, Carolynn Lee,
March 30, 1965.
  Navy Lt. Robert P. Pike is working for
a master's degree in international relations
at American University, Washington, D.C.,
under the Navy postgraduate program.
  Two members of the Class of 1960,
David Obey and William Steiger are serv-
ing their second and third terms, respec-
tively, in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
  Mr. and Mrs. Roland D. Blanchett
(Mary Ellen Demet '57) announce the
birth of their fourth child, Jay Christo-
pher, on June 28. Mr. Blanchett is bac-
teriologist for Green Giant Co., LeSueur,
  Gerald Dahl has been transferred by
the AiResearch Corp. of Los Angeles to
Cape Kennedy, where he will work on the
Apollo space capsule environmental con-
trols system.
  Dr. Christian Gulbrandsen is Research
Fellow in Medicine at the Harvard Medi-
cal School and its associated teaching
  Mary Jane Leiterman is part of the
first group of Peace Corps volunteers to
serve on the West Indies island of Barba-
dos. She left for Barbados Sept. 7 after
nine weeks of training at Lincoln Univer-
sity, Pa.
  After receiving his Ph.D. from Michi-
gan State University, David G. Topel
joined the faculty of Iowa State Univer-
sity in the department of animal science.
He and his wife are living in Ames.
   Attorney Richard Westring has opened
his own law office in Green Bay, where
he lives with his wife and daughter.
   Mr. and Mrs. Charles Y. Yang (Pauline
Chen '63) are at the University of Ken-
tucky, Lexington, where he is assistant
professor in the department of plant path-
ology and she has a research position in
the department of biochemistry at the
medical center.
   Donald Clemens is director of services
for the Wood County (Wis.) children's
board. He joined the state department of
public welfare in 1961.
   Douglas D. Doonan, who joined the
Bausch and Lomb Company in 1961, is
head of the instrument section, and lives
with his wife and two children in Roches-
ter, N. Y.
   Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dutton (June
Thaler '64) are living in Mercer Island,
Washington, while he serves his medical
internship  at King County Hospital,
   Sharron H. Egstad is supervisor of col-
lege relations for the Trane Company,
La Crosse.
                   Wisconsin Alumnus

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