Entries tagged with ‘2009’
Becky Carlson ’09 completed her Masters of Science in Higher Education in May 2013 and began as a Career Development Specialist at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO at that same time.
Lindsay Boldt Norgaard ’09 and Charles Norgaard ’09 were married on January 11, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN.
Kayla Ricksham ’09 and Dan Foley ’09 are engaged to be married on September 13, 2014 in Minneapolis, MN.
Heidi Larson ’09 began working at the American Swedish Institute as the Annual Giving Manager in October 2013. She is active in her community and volunteers her time to local nonprofit organizations. This year marks her 3rd season singing with VocalEssence.
Kiersten Supina Sward ’09 married Ian Sward in Shoreview on September 7, 2013.
Shawn Rancourt, a 2009 graduate, since graduation has had a career as a Loan Officer. He was with TCF Bank for roughly 4 years, then moved onto Wells Fargo for 7 months, and now Shawn is with Minnesota Bank and Trust! During his time at Gustavus, Shawn majored in History with a minor in Political […]
Andrea Astrup Becker ’08 and Jeremiah Becker ’07 were married June 8, 2013 in Austin, MN in front a big group of Gusties! (Front: Kelly Bottenberg ’07, Kara Knutson ’07, John McMahon ’07, Kelly Sing ’08, Sarah Tracy Letich ’08, Abby Wunderlich Bubna ’08, Chris Lowry ’07, Jeff Heilman ’07, Paul Cahoy ’07, Kalley Sikich […]
Tony Spain ’09 began working as an IT Functional Analyst at Cargill in Hopkins, MN in October 2013. He is currently in his 3rd season singing in the tenor section of the National Lutheran Choir.
Callie (Christensen) Ruff ’09 and Nate Ruff ’09 were married on August 11, 2012.
Peace Corps volunteer Sara Scholin of Pine City, Minn., recently collaborated with two teachers from the local primary school in her Macedonian community to host a three-day Halloween celebration for nearly 500 students in grades five through eight. During the celebration, students learned about the basic history of Halloween and participated in traditional Halloween activities. “A […]