Entries tagged with ‘1999’
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 […]
Elin Ahldén ’99 is a senior consultant and founding partner of Lennox Public Relations, a Stockholm-based firm currently employing six people.
London Louise, born to Chad ’99 and Stephanie Winter on 08/05/2016.
Cory Mehan ’99 observed 9 year anniversary as Senior Business Analyst for UnitedHealthcare operations, a subsidiary of the UnitedHealth Group Fortune 14 company.
Jessie Johnson Robinette, ’99, and Michael Robinette of Mission, Kansas, welcomed a son, Samuel Edward Joel, on September 24, 2015.
Several Gusties gathered in November 2015 to celebrate Kyle Landon’s induction in the Gustavus Athletics Hall of Fame. From left are: Shawn Gudahl ’99, Chad Gustafson ’01, JP Prenevost ’00, Kyle Landon ’99, Carrie Nelson Sundberg ’99, Jeff Thompson ’00, Rob Trenda ’01, Meggie Thompson Trenda ’01, Alyssa Malinski Erickson ’99, and Steve Erickson ’99.
Cory Weinrich ’00 and Molly Juntunen Weinrich ’99 welcomed their third child, Henry Walter on 2-22-2015.
Joshua Rysted ’99 has moved from Montana to Maine.
Cecilia born on 3/25/14 to Caitlin Christensen Miller ’99 and Nick Miller. Caitlin is Account Supervisor at Nina Hale Inc.
Four Gustavus alumnae who now all work at the same middle school returned to campus with a group of their students in April. Kelly Etzel Barnholdt ’03, Allison Berry Stapley ’99, Cassandra Quam ’13, and Annika Torkelson ’08, staff members at Laura Jeffrey Academy, a girl-focused public charter school in St. Paul, brought some young […]