Class Notes: September 2021
September 20, 2021
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Vince Arceno '40
and his wife Leona celebrated their 100th birthdays together.
A bridge in West St. Paul was dedicated in honor of Private Joseph Marthaler '42
who was killed in action at Iwo Jima on February 20, 1945. Fr. Patrick Kennedy '69
gave a blessing at the dedication earlier this month.
Bill Reiling '50 and his wife Joan helped Catholic Charities acquire the land for Dorothy Day and the Glenwood Residence 40 years ago. Last month, they were honored by the renaming of the Glenwood and Evergreen Residence as the new “William and Joan Reiling Residences” in recognition of their service, generosity and commitment to Catholic Charities.
Bill Robertson '79 was named President and Commissioner of the United States Hockey League (USHL) in mid-June and is based in Bloomington. The USHL is the premier Tier I Junior hockey program in the United States. Robertson spent the past seven-plus years as President and Men’s Commissioner of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA.) Robertson has also worked with the NHL’s Minnesota Wild, NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, MLB’s Anaheim Angels, NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and USA Hockey in his 30-plus years in the sports administration world.
Brigadier General Paul D. Moga '91 is the Commandant of Cadets, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. He commands the 4,300-member Cadet Wing and more than 200 air force and civilian personnel. He guides military, leadership, and character development, Basic Cadet Training, and Expeditionary Skills Training for the wing, in addition to providing facilities and logistical support.
Joe Mollner '97 received his Doctorate of Education from Winona State University in May 2021. He is an Industrial Engineering professor at Dakota County Technical College.
Joe '11, Kevin '12
, and Mary Kate Miley '16
, along with their parents, Frank and Kathy Miley, were featured in the Catholic Spirit
for their personal and professional commitment to Catholic education.
and Anabelle Barona '18
were featured on MPR
as part of their family's long-standing presence at the Minnesota State Fair.