Class Notes

Class Notes

The Class Notes section is dedicated for alumni to share information about their accomplishments and milestones. Class Notes are a way for alumni to spread the word about a promotion, award/honor received, career move, wedding, birth announcement, etc. All Class Notes are posted online and are considered for publication use in all alumni relations publications. Click here to submit a class note!

'19
Lorren Rahn received the Marquis Who's Who Award for Music Education.
'19
Emma graduated from Midland University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with Concentrations in Marketing and Management (Go Warriors!). She then went to work as Director of Communications & Marketing at the Fremont Area Chamber of Commerce where she discovered her...
Midland alumnae and Tri Phi sorority sisters from the class of '85 celebrated the wedding of alumna June Andriano's son, Nick. Celebrating the newlyweds were Penny Banks Sander '85, Jill Deines Hedlund, June Mundy Andriano, Tara Knudson-Carl, and Susan Pfabe-Wiggans!
'66
Larry L. Sydow has written a science fiction series. The Parallel Missions series reveals that violence begets violence and peace begets peace. Through a series of worldwide adventures, two couples from parallel universes share experiences beneficial to both worlds. As they travel across the globe...
'70
Rudy retired after 35 years in education as a secondary principal in the St. Paul Public Schools in St. Paul, MN. After graduating from Midland, Rudy was drafted and served in Vietnam as Naval Officer and retired as a Navy Captain (2006). He attended the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN (...
'92
Brad Hamilton retired from head coaching after 22 years as the Head Baseball Coach at Bondurant-Farrar to have more time with his family.
'90
In 2021, Gerald Otte-Blair Middle School was awarded the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Award. The award was presented to Sustainability teacher Scott Flynn in Washington D.C. by Deputy Education Secretary Cindy Marten In August 2019, OBMS began composting all cafeteria food...
'63
Bill Nelsen and Darrell Jodock, professor at Gustavus Adolophus College, have been working over the past two years on a book concerning the growing diversity in America and how communities and congregations can come together in love of neighbor and embrace diversity and not fear it. The book,...
'94
Christopher M. McMahon has accepted a position as Deputy Prosecutor for Douglas County, in the juvenile division. He previously worked at TD Ameritrade for 23 years providing oversight of information security for the Institutional Retirement division. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from...
Brett and Melissa are pleased to announce the birth of their second daughter Carly Marie born on February 1, 2021.

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