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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Vol. 73, Number 1 (Oct. 1971)

Alumni news,   pp. 24-31


Page 25


31/40 WILLIAM H. TAMM
'38 has been named chief of the engi-
neering division of the Norfolk district
Corps of Engineers, United States Army.
He was recently awarded the Department
of Army decoration for meritorious civil-
ian service.
ARTHUR D. HASLER '37 and Mrs.
Hatheway Minton Brooks were married
July 24 in Madison. Prof. Hasler is on the
faculty of the Department of Zoology at
the UW.
NORMAN HANKIN, M. D., '40 has beenr
named assistant professor of clinical pedi-
atrics at Washington University School of
Medicine, St. Louis.
41/50 BERNARD A. KAS-
SILKE '43 has moved to Madison where
he is superintendent of the South Central
district of the United Methodist Church,
Wisconsin Conference.
Col. 0. W. MARTIN, JR. x'44, has been
awarded the Meritorious Service Medal
for outstanding performance of duty as
editor of ARMR Magazine from 1967 to
1971. He is now associate editor of Mili-
tary Review published by the US Army
Command and General Staff College, Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas.
Newly elected as president of Wine and
Spirits Wholesalers of America is LAU-
RENCE A. WEINSTEIN '45. He is presi-
dent of General Beverage Sales Co., Mad-
ison and of T & S Sales Co., Oshkosh.
DONALD R. KORST, M. D., '46 has been
named assistant dean for educational ad-
ministration at the UW Medical School.
Dr. Korst is also coordinator for extra-
mural programs in the UW department of
medicine and director of education in in-
ternal medicine at Madison General Hos-
pital.
  WEINSTEIN '45         SFICOS '51
Federal Judge John W. REYNOLDS '47
married Jane Conway on Aug. 1 in Eagle
River. He was governor of Wisconsin in
1963-64.
HARVEY M. MEYERHOFF '48 has been
elected president of the board of trustees
of Park School in Baltimore. He is presi-
dent of Monumental Properties, Inc., a
subsidiary of Monumental Corporation of
Baltimore. He lives in Owing Mills, Mary-
land.
ROSS PACKARD '49 is agricultural at-
tache in the Republic of the Congo.
Appointed vice president of Shearson,
Hammill & Co., nation-wide investment
banking and securities brokerage firm is
MORTON J. WAGNER '49. He lives in
Manhattan.
RALPH M. GIBSON '50, and Ann Rose
Fauerbach were married July 9 at Nellis
AFB Chapel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
R. L. SAN SOUCIE '50 has been ap-
pointed president and chief executive offi-
cer of DLJ Capital Corp., a subsidiary of
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, Inc., Wall
Street investment bankers. He and his fam-
ily live in Short Hills, New Jersey.
51/60WILLIAM J. sIOS
'51 has moved to New Orleans where he
will be manager of the new Marti's Res-
taurant in the French Quarter. He was
formerly manager of the Pyrenees Restau-
rant in Skokie, Ill.
Newly appointed as acting chairman of
the Department of Nursing, UW Univer-
sity Extension is MAY SHIGA HORN-
BACK '54, Madison.
MARK SILBER '54 is one of the found-
ers of Hume, Mansfield & Silber, organi-
zation psychologists, Chicago. He is an as-
sociate professor of Loyola University of
Chicago and chairman of the Industrial
Psychology Assoc. of Chicago.
    GOLEN '57            DAVIS '63
ED DRAGER '56 is associated with the
law firm of Law, Nagel and Clark, in
Denver.
FRED H. GOLEN '57 has been elected
president of Stineway-Ford Hopkins Drug
Co., one of the large drug store chains
in the Chicago area. He and his family
live in Highland Park.
SUZANNE SUELTMANN '58 was mar-
ried to Herbert C. Dornfeld on July 3.
They are living in Madison.
One of sixteen young men and women
appointed by President Nixon to serve as
White House Fellows for 1971-72 is
MICHAEL S. NOLING '60. He will work
with the Office of Management and Budget.
He and his family are living in Bethesda,
Maryland.
61/71 WILLIAM J. DAVIS '63
has been promoted to vice president of
the American National Bank and Trust
Co. of Chicago. He and his wife and three
children live in Clarendon Hills.
New public relations director of the Flor-
idians team in the American Basketball
Assoc. is RUDY MARTZKE '64, who is
living in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES H. McATEER
III '64 (LINDA J. LEWIS x'66) announce
the birth of their second child, Charles H.
McAteer IV, on June 30. They live in
Middleton, where he is a C.P.A. with
Dairyland Insurance Co. of Madison.
JEFFREY B. BARTELL '65 Madison, is
chief staff counsel for the Governor's Citi-
zens Study Committee on Judicial Organi-
zation in Wisconsin. His wife, the former
ANGELA BALDI '69, is a law clerk for
Federal Judge James Doyle.
DOUGLAS W. PORREY '65 has been
named manager of industrial development
with Cryogenic Engineering Co., Denver.
     GREEN '69           LANDA '70
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October, 1971


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