Alumni Outlook Magazine


Label Peter Fulcer BS ’60, MS ’66, Leesburg, Va., was recently recognized by the Virginia Senate for his work with the Loudoun County Public Schools and the Loudoun Education Foundation. Fulcer retired in 2000 after 40 years in public education, the last 29 for Loudoun County Public Schools.


Richard Erickson BS ’67, MS ’69, Chicago, has retired as president of the Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In honor of his long history and service to the organization, a wing and outreach program will be named for him. It will be known as the IPMR Erickson Center for Sports Therapy.

Anthony Schwaller BS ’67, MS ’68, Nisswa, Minn., is retired from teaching and has started a new company, Streetrod 101. He has developed the company website, and its purpose is to explore the many aspects of building a street rod.

Michael Coomer BS ’68, MS ’72 is retired from teaching and resides in Fond du Lac. He and wife, Lois, spend their winters in Titusville, Fla. In their spare time, they continue to work on their stained glass business.

Paul Kriz ’68, Carlsbad, Calif., retired from Oracle Consulting in Nov. 2011. He continues part time as an interim executive for technology startups and also as an adjunct business professor.

Alan ’68 and Roberta Sachse Schimek ’68 reside in Laramie, Wyo. Alan is a math teacher at Laramie Junior High School; Roberta supervises internship students, teaches ProStart and family and consumer sciences and serves as the career technical education department chair at Laramie Senior High School.

Connie Bonnell Hanson ’69, Sun Prairie, has retired as a dietitian from Central Wisconsin Center.