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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 82, Number 1 (Nov. 1980)

Member news,   pp. 26-27


Page 27


You are invited to submit names of
UW-Madison alumni for consider-
ation as recipients of Wisconsin
Alumni Association's 1981
Distinguished
Service Awards.
Winners are chosen by our Recogni-
tion & Awards Committee. Criteria
are professional achievement and
credit to this University through
Alumni Association citizenship.
Awards are presented on Alumni
Weekend.
Please give reasons for nominations.
(Attach additional sheets if neces-
sary.)
Signed-
Continued
tember. He was previously with Beatrice Foods
as director of corporate planning. The Williams'
residence is in Downers Grove, Ill.
In August the Milwaukee firm of Towers, Perrin,
Forster & Crosby announced that Robert D.
Shapiro '64 has accepted a position as director of
national life insurance consulting.
Joseph A. Mollica '65, '66, New York City, has
been elected to serve on the 1980-85 committee
of revision of the U.S. Pharmacopeial Conven-
tion, which sets national standards for manufac-
tured drugs. He is executive director of pharma-
ceutical R&D of CIBA-GEIGY.
Navy Seaman David Riedemann '65 has gradu-
ated from Personnelman School at the Naval
Technical Training Center, Meridian, Miss.
The Northern Trust Company of Chicago named
Lois Hoyer Palucki '66 an officer. She has been
at the bank since 1973 and is division manager of
software services. The Paluckis live in Hanover
Park.
In May Arnold W. Messer '69 was made senior
vice-president of studio legal affairs at Columbia
Motion Pictures and Television. He and his wifQ
Sharon (Kreblein '70) live in Encino.
Gregory W. Schultz '70 has joined Benefit Serv-
ice Company, a financial consulting firm in
Westfield. N.J. He and his wife Sharon (Gile '73)
reside in Fanwood.
James L Charne '72 writes us he has co-founded a
law firm, Hutzler and Charne, in New York City,
specializing in music and entertainment matters.
The New York County Lawyer's Association
made him chairman of its committee on com-
munications and entertainment law.
Madison's CUNA Mutual Insurance Group an-
nounced that the Casualty Actuarial Society has
awarded the Fellowship designation to Mark M.
Cis '72, an actuary at the company.
After completing his residency at Oxford Uni-
versity, Theodore A. Gill Jr. '72 has taken a posi-
tion as director of University Christian Ministries
at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
He welcomes Badgers in the vicinity to pay him a
visit.
The degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine was
conferred on Kenneth L. Hobs '72 in May by the
Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine of Chi-
cago. He is now in residency at the V. A. Medical
Center in Topeka.
The Trane Company of La Crosse announced
the promotion of William A. Mudge III '73 to
manager of communications for its consumer
products division.
In July the U.S.S. ROANOKE retumed to its home
port of Alameda from a Western Pacific tour
where Navy Lt. Robert D. Dietz '74 served as an
electrical officer.
Donald S. Greenebaum Jr. '78 has moved to
Muscatine, Iowa as a project engineer for Grain
Processing Corporation's process development
department. He was formerly with General Nu-
trition Mills in Fargo.
Oscar Mayer's Madison plant has promoted Ja-
mes K. Becker '79 to a project engineer on
energy conservation and support design.
Tell'em
who your
team is...
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School
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  school, now you can tell the world in a
  big way! All you need is Your School
  Horn! It attaches easily to any car,
  van, truck, boat or RV - anything
  with a 12-volt electrical system.
  Simply activate the electronic horn
  and it comes alive with 16 bars of your
  school song. All major school songs
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  invited.
  Send check or money order to:
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    1731 Nottingham
    Lansing, MI 48910
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  School Song desired:
  NAME
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  CITY, STATE & ZIP
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Nov. / DEC. 1980 / 27
Distinguished Service Awards
650 N. Lake St.
Madison 53706


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