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!

Don and Pam were married in Las Vegas on July 4, 2018.
Robert Dorr and Joan (Hembd) Dorr, college sweethearts, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on August 10, 2016.
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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...
Dr. Troy Brainard ('90) of Brainard Chiropractic in Fremont was recently appointed president of the board of directors at the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association’s (NCPA) annual membership meeting. Brainard, who will serve a two-year term, will lead board activities and provide general...
David recently graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D). He currently works as a researcher for Marzano Research in Centennial, CO.
After completing required coursework through Midland to renew her teaching license, Teresa moved home and recently became the 6th grade classroom teacher.
Brian Bagger ('86) lives in Norfolk, Neb., where he continues to do volunteer work for the Orphan Grain Train, which provides humanitarian relief and aid both locally, nationally and around the world.
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!
Dale Johanson ('85) has been elected to the office of Central Region Vice President of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC). The Central Region includes the eight states: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Johanson’s...
Ann retired from the Air Force Reserves after 24 years at the rank of Lt. Colonel. She currently works at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix as Team Lead RN.

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