Celebrating 50th Anniversary On Campus.: Lawrence Kahn and Roberta Kahn

Lawrence “Larry” Kahn, BBA ’67, JD ’70 and Roberta “Bobbi” (Nicolai) Kahn, BS ’68, MS ’70, lifetime members of the WAA, were back on campus this September to celebrate their 50th anniversary.

William M. Tuttle, Jr. Receives Honorary Doctoral Degree

Bill Tuttle MA’64, PhD’67 was awarded an honorary degree (Doctor of Humane Letters) from his alma mater, Denison University on May 19, 2018.

Three Generations of UW Madison Grads: Dennis Lee Mullen

On May 12th, 2018 I attended my grand daughter’s graduation from UW Madison. I thought back to when I graduated from UW Madison 51 years ago(Master’s Degree in Counseling & Behavioral Studies, 1967).

Paul Nelson retires as professor emeritus

Paul A. Nelson, MS’67, MA’72, PhD’74 retired as Professor Emeritus of Economics at Michigan Technological University after 45 years of service.

Jan Elizabeth (Roncke) Mooney graduated in 1967 with a degree in Speech and Drama/Art History

Attending UW/Madison in the first half of the 1960s was extremely difficult. It was just so massive that a freshman, such as me, was totally overwhelmed by it.

Recovering Academic: James Paradiso

James Paradiso ’67 is a recovering academic in the process of refreshing himself as a street photographer and an EXperiMENTAL writer.

Neil Dorman April 9, 1941-November 4, 2017

DORMAN – Neil of Sands Point, NY passed away suddenly on November 4th in Tucson, AZ. A devoted husband to Monika, loving father to Keith and Randi and her husband Rob, and adoring grandfather to Skye.

Death Notice: Phyllis Ann Konar Finn

Phyllis Ann Finn, 70, born in Stuttgart, Germany to Holocaust survivors Sam and Ida Konar, passed away Wednesday night at home. She is survived by her husband of 51 years, Sidney, two daughters, Lisa Connor (Jeff) and Julie, her sister, Ellen Konar (Steve Goldband), brothers and sisters in law, nieces and nephews. Her parents and Holocaust victim, Penina, a half-sister, predeceased her.

Freedom: James Paradiso

Timeless state of mind during the mid-60s at UW-Madison.

Bob Kniaz, Madison ’67 passed away 31 Aug 2017

Robert John “Bob” Kniaz passed away peacefully on August 31, 2017 in Little River, South Carolina. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Laura Elizabeth Kniaz of Ocean Isle Beach, NC and his son Robert K. Kniaz of London, England.