Alumni in the News

Alumni in the News

We love to see stories about our alumni in the news! If you would like to share a story with us, please email alumni.midlandu.edu.

December 8, 2019
Allen Beermann says he’s graduated from being kiddingly known as the “state fossil” to being officially declared “the state’s oldest living relic.” But after nearly five decades in the public eye, the 79-year-old is about to take on a new title: “retired.” Beermann, who served as Nebraska secretary...Read more
December 3, 2019
After one season as Bishop Neumann’s head football coach, Doug Lanik has announced that he intends to retire from teaching and coaching at the end of the current school year. Lanik, a Neumann graduate, was an assistant coach under Nebraska High School Hall of Fame coach Tim Turman at Neumann from...Read more
November 23, 2019
Brandon McElroy, credit analyst for First State Bank & Trust Company, recently completed the 2019 Principles of Commercial Lending School. This school was held Oct. 21-25 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Read the entire story here .Read more
November 18, 2019
The Main Street 7 Theatre, located in the Fremont Mall, will rename to Fremont Theatre after being sold to Geof Rau and his family. Rau, who was director of operations for Main Street Theatres, helped open the theater in 1995. Read the entire story here .Read more
November 13, 2019
The Suhrs recently celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary. A couple days before that, he turned 96. She is 94 years old. They share lots of memories. Read more about their story here .Read more
November 8, 2019
Although young, Jonah and Montana Renter have lots of history at The Hope Center for Kids in Fremont. Both Midland University students when they met, the Renters worked together at the center — and even married here. Now, they plan to leave their jobs at the center to embark on new opportunities...Read more
October 8, 2019
The Nebraska Soybean Board has hired Scott Ritzman as associate executive director. As associate executive director, Ritzman will work on behalf of the state’s soybean farmers to contribute to the mission of the board, which is to effectively invest and leverage soybean checkoff resources to...Read more
October 4, 2019
Midland University welcomed five new members into the Warrior Athletic Hall of Fame during Homecoming 2019. Clint J. Eikmeier, ’04, was a standout in Football and Baseball at Midland from 2000-2004. On the football field, Clint set an all-time Midland record for total tackles in a career with 387,...Read more
September 27, 2019
Cindy Menzel, a teacher at St. Mary’s Catholic School, was named the Metro Educator of the Year — Elementary by the Archdiocese of Omaha. She was honored Sept. 12 at the 2019 Archbishop’s Dinner for Education. Read the entire story here .Read more
September 22, 2019
The Lincoln Community Foundation (LCF) welcomed Brenda Davis to the staff as a senior accountant. Read the entire story here .Read more

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