Entries tagged with ‘1999’

Marshall Lichty ’99

Marshall Lichty ’99 is a Editor in Chief at Lawyerist.com in Minneapolis, MN. Lawyerist.com is a tribe of small-firm lawyers building sustainable law practices focused on client-centric services, future-oriented technology, profit-oriented business models, and access to justice. Marshall has joined Lawyerist.com as its Editor in Chief and a member of its executive team.

Matthew Grussing ’99

Matthew Grussing ’99 is a Officer, IT Systems Engineering at The Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, DC. The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. They are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons […]

Kristin (Lorentz) Klassert ’99

Kristin Lorentz Klassert ’99 is a owner at Nordiska in Poulsbo, WA. She opened a Nordic housewares and gift shop in historic Poulsbo, WA in October 2017.

Kari (Smith) Cena ’99

Ralph Cena and Kari Cena ’99, 10/07/2017, Las Cruces, NM.

Wade Gustafson ’99

Tate Oscar, born to Wade Gustafson ’99 and Cara Gustafson, on 09/27/2017.

Wade Gustafson ’99

Daughter, Quinn Bernice Sophia, to Wade Gustafson ’99 and Cara Germain Gustafson on 01/28/2017

Jessie (Johnson) Robinette ’99

Jean-Marie Elizabeth to Jessie Johnson Robinette ’99 and Michael Robinette, was born on June 8, 2017, in Merriam, Kansas, and is welcomed by brother Samuel, age 22 months.

Megan (Halvorsen) Peterson ’99

Girls from Gustavus class of 1999 gathered for an annual cabin weekend in St. James, MN. We stopped at the bookstore on the way down and found these great shirts on sale! Back row (Left to Right) Sara Leadholm Retka, Kristin Miller Prestegaard, Jill Peterson Johnson, Bobbi Miest Baumann, Megan Halvorsen Peterson, Brita Johnson Schemmel, […]

Erin Schadt ’99

Erin Schadt ’99 is a senior communications manager, Membership and Research Division at OCLC. OCLC is a global library cooperative that provides shared technology services, original research and community programs for its membership and the library community at large.

Gerald Huebschman ’99

Brooklyn will soon get its first museum which will present the history of the Holocaust with special emphasis on the values and perspectives of religiously observant communities. The Amud Aish Memorial Museum is founded by Elly Kleinman, and it is scheduled to open somewhere between late 2016 and early 2017. The rebranded museum will include […]