Class Notes: October 2020
October 28, 2020
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Mary Alice Mullerleile '55
was honored with an Endowed Chair in English
at St. Catherine University where she is a faculty emerita and trustee emerita. Notably, she was the founder of the university's continuing education program.
Archbishop Emeritus Robert L. Carlson '62 has retired from the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Mo., where he served as the Archbishop for 11 years.
Dennis Denning '62 was honored with his photo behind home plate at the Twins' first playoff game. Denning had an exceptional coaching career for more than thirty years.
Claudia Wilkin '67 is a Senior District Judge for the Northern District of California. One of her cases was recently featured in Bloomberg.
Scott DeLisi '71
has recently written a book, “The Ambassador’s Dog,” about a very special encounter on a remote trail in what was once the ancient Kingdom of Lo near the Tibetan border in Nepal. It’s available for pre-order now.
A three-time American Ambassador and career diplomat for over three decades, Scott now runs a charitable foundation called Engage Nepal
dedicated to the people of Nepal, works as a consultant for the State Department, and is an honorary professor of Military Science for Old Dominion University.
Jim Landwehr '79
is happy to announce his third memoir, Cretin Boy
, was recently accepted for publishing by Burning Bulb Publishing. The book details his days in the '70s as a Raider, both inside and outside the walls of Cretin High School. The book should be available in late 2020 or early 2021. For more on Jim's work, visit his website.
Colleen Stephens ’90 is an Academic Counselor at University of St. Thomas. In addition to her work advising, she was selected to teach Foundation for College Success to First-Year UST students. "It’s been so enjoyable and rewarding to spend time in the classroom setting teaching college students," she said.
Ryan McDonagh '07 won the Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightening.
Anne Alter ‘09 received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford this past June. She did her doctoral work on micro sensor systems, and is now working for the Apple Motion Sensing Hardware Team at their headquarters in Cupertino California.