*indicates member of the Alumni Association
John Annan (B.S., ’55; M.E.D., ’67) received the 2018 Master Builder of Men award from FarmHouse Fraternity. The award is the highest honor FarmHouse Fraternity may bestow upon an alumni member. The award recognizes and publicly acknowledges the member’s unselfish leadership and service to his fellow men, both within the Fraternity and beyond.
Stephen Hopkins (B.A., ’67) retired as a payroll auditor for the State of Wyoming Workers Compensation Division. He recently returned from his 43rd Boy Scout Summer Camp as a leader and has been awarded the Silver Beaver by the Longs Peak Council, BSA. He has also been installed as the 1st Vice President of the Frontier Lions Club of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
John (B.S., ’68) and Carolyn (“Brownie”) Schoenbauer (B.S., ’69) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on May 25, 2018. They visited family in Ft. Collins and attended services at the church in town in which they were married in 1968 where they were recognized along with another couple who were also celebrating their 50th anniversary. John is a retired insurance agency owner and Brownie is retired as a senior health care facility manager. They reside in Florida and New Hampshire.
“My Name Is Meggie,” a sequel to Barbara Fleming’s (B.A., ’67; CERT, ’67; M.A., ’70) historical novel, Journeying, comes out in July, 2018, published by Penstemon Publications. Her most recent publication with Arcadia Publishing/The History Press, Hidden History of Fort Collins, is a collection of columns selected from among several hundred published by the Fort Collins Coloradoan over the last five years. She continues to write a weekly column on local history for the newspaper.
Daniel Patrick Brown’s (M.A., ’73), “The Third Reich’s Legacies,” examines the myriad of ways the Third Reich has impacted the United States from Nazi Germany’s origins to the present.
Ron Miriello (B.F.A., ’75) recently founded a non-profit community cycling center in San Diego. He directs a design agency, Miriello Grafico, based in San Diego and Siena, Italy where his 100 Worlds sculptures and Soviet Poster Show projects will be exhibitions in 2019.
Cory Gardner (B.A., ‘97) received the 2018 Master Builder of Men award from FarmHouse Fraternity. The award is the highest honor FarmHouse Fraternity may bestow upon an alumni member. The award recognizes and publicly acknowledges the member’s unselfish leadership and service to his fellow men, both within the Fraternity and beyond.
Michael Woodbridge (B.S., ’99) was named District Ranger for the Tahoe National Forest’s American River Ranger District in Foresthill, California. He has been with the U.S. Forest Service since 2014.
Dana Turse (B.S., ’02), director of Space Deployable R&D programs for Roccor, recently accepted the role as chair of the High Strain Composites Technical Subcommittee of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Prior to joining Roccor in 2016, Turse served as manager of deployable space structures and senior mechanical engineer at Composite Technology Development (CTD) in Lafayette, Colorado.
Kelsey Martinez (B.S., ’15) is a strength and conditioning assistant for the Oakland Raiders and is the first female assistant coach for the NFL team. She joined the staff after working at Tom Shaw Performance at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla. Martinez grew up in Pueblo and was a softball standout in high school. She was recently profiled in a story in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Lindsay Dykstra (D.V.M., ’16) earned a Facebook shout-out from the Parker Police Department in August, when she helped save a horse after a frightening traffic accident. The animal was in a trailer that detached from a pickup and flipped off the road with the horse inside. Dykstra, a veterinarian with Littleton Equine Medical Center, was on scene to provide care for the horse, which survived.
*Larry Edwards, founder of The Light Center in Fort Collins, was given a Lifetime Achievement Award by Lighting One, a membership cooperative program that exists to support lighting stores and showrooms around the country. Larry and his wife, Kay (B.S., ’60; M.S., ’79), are life members of the CSU Alumni Association.
*indicates member of the Alumni Association
Harold C. Copeland (B.S., ’42)
*COL Althea E. Williams (B.S., ’48; B.S., ’49)
*Harvey W. Miller (B.S., ’50)
*Robert E. Williams (B.S., ’50)
William C. Bashor (B.S., ’52)
Wyvonna J. McClelland (B.A., ’53)
Fred E. Rilling (B.S., ’54)
*Yvonne E. Schallenberger (B.A., ’55)
Charles L. Ward (B.S., ’53; M.S., ’57)
Phillip F. Brown (B.S., ’59)
Alvin R. Saeger (M.Ed., ’59)
Brad E. Johns (B.S., ’60; CERT, ’62)
John S. Seely, Sr. (B.S., ’62)
Pamela E. Andrew (B.S., ’63)
Joseph L. Brittelli (B.S., ’67)
Patricia A. Melton (B.S., ’69)
Albert Rango (Ph.D., ’69)
Floyd L. Jones (B.A., ’71)
*Montie M. Orgill (Ph.D., ’71)
Karen L. Newman (B.S., ’72)
Richard W. Winter (B.S., ’73)
Diane L. Nein (B.S., ’75)
Lyle R. Wonderlich (B.S., ’73; D.V.M., ’75)
Nancy Caruso (B.F.A., ’77)
Lisa K. Bohm (B.S., ’82)
Jerome P. Woomer (B.S., ’86)
Jeffrey D. Schmitt (B.A., ’88)
Jack M. Peterson (B.S., ’90)
Megan D. Schissler (B.A., ’97)
Jill S. Armstead-Cronin (B.S., ’99)
Abigail N. Rediess (B.A., ’11)
*Zachary J. Domenico (B.S., ’12)
Thomas A. Tyler, Jr. (MAIOP, ’12)
Reece B. Laudick (B.S., ’13)
Giovanni A. Andreini
George D. Greenberg
Robert W. Lee, Sr.
Dorcas M. Murray
Harold E. Wilt
Faculty & Staff
Ronald B. DeWaal
Adeline Kyoko Kano
George R. McMurray
Herbert A. Schroeder
Philip D. Harman
Samnang T. O’Brien
Jeffrey C. Voiles