Archive for Gustavus Alumni

Annie Berger Barlow ’09

Annie Berger ’09 and Justin Barlow ’08 were married on April 23, 2016 at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Moorhead, MN. Annie is a Physician Assistant at Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo, ND and Justin is a Sourcing Specialist at Bobcat Company in West Fargo, ND.

Karen Lind Brazas ’68

Seven Gusties from the class of 1968 reunited at the home of Karen Lind Brazas at Channel Islands Beach, California. From left are Jane Dornfeld Zenk, Janice Nelson Napier, Karen Lind Brazas, Pam Richardson Allen, Donna Widstrom Dunn, Eileen Peterson Lund, and Judy Opheim Schwakopf.

Joy Reese ’02

Joy Reese ’02 and Josh Drinkall welcomed a son, Shay, on February 27, 2016.

Jessica Sussman ’09

Jessica Sussman ’09 recently married Brendan Cummins. Though the groom is not a Gustie alum, there were several guests from the class of 2008 and 2009, including three bridesmaids.

Julie Musser Johnson ’88

A family of three generations of Gusties cheered on the Gustavus Tennis team at the Swanson Tennis Center on 4/23/16. From left are Kent Musser ’56, Carol Lindberg Musser ’56, Maddie Johnson ’17, Chase Johnson ’19, Julie Musser Johnson ’88, and Dan Johnson ’88.

Adam Langenfeld ’06

Adam D. Langenfeld ’06 completed his dual MD/PhD degrees at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on 5/8/16. He will begin residency in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin/Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee this summer.

Adam Langenfeld ’06

Katrina Eileen, born 4/8/16 to parents Emily Ayers-Johnson ’05, Adam Langenfeld ’06, and big sister Erin.

Neil Fenske ’69

Neil Fenske ’69, Professor and Chair of the USF Health Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery, was recently presented with the Distinguished Service Award by the Florida Society of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery in recognition for his “Outstanding Leadership, Dedication and Extraordinary Contribution to the FSDDS and the Dermatology Profession in Florida.”

Anna Lenz Sammelson ’97

Anna Lenz Sammelson ’97 is working part-time as the delivery coordinator for The Downtown Farm Stand, an all-organic grocery store, in Muncie, IN while continuing as full-time family manager.

Bernard Edward Powers ’72

Bernard Powers ’72 is co-authoring We Are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel. The book is being published by HarperCollins Publishing 6/14 around the one-year anniversary of the Mother Emanuel shooting in Charleston. The book is a multi-layered exploration of the tragic events as well as a deep dive into the “why” this church […]