Geraldine Rassbach Luepke ’64, Hudson, was named 2008 Home Economist in Business by the Twin Cities HEIB organization. Each year a member is honored for service to the HEIB organization as well as leadership in the profession. Luepke joined in 1970 and has served as a board or committee member at least 17 times.

Ruth Waidelich Linse ’65 has retired as a middle school family and consumer sciences teacher in Billings, Mont.

Ronald Hull ’66, Houston, Texas, has published his fourth novel “American Mole: The Vespers.” Previous books include “The Kaleidoscope Effect, Alone?” and “War’s End.”

Jon Moberg ’66, Mountainside, N.J., has retired from teaching, but still runs his home-remodeling business.

Richard BS ’67, MS ’69 and Nancy Karaus Johannsen ’67 reside in Grayslake, Ill. Richard is a part-time supervisor of student teachers at Illinois State University; Nancy retired in 2008 after 18 years with the University of Illinois Extension.

Harold Thiele ’67, Kingston, Tenn., is the owner and president of Blue Ridge Connection Inc., a real estate investment and online marketing business.

John Wesolek BS ’67, MS ’68 retired in 2008 as dean of UW-Stout’s College of Human Development, now named the College of  Education, Health and Human Sciences.

William Hock ’68, Eau Claire, is enjoying retirement after 35 years of teaching.

David Fox ’69, West Bend, is retired after 35 years of teaching graphic arts, photography, woodworking, building construction and driver education.

David Glenz ’69, Cadott, has retired after 35 years as a dairy farmer and 13 years as a teacher.

Summer Outlook 2012