Mary Grills Broadhurst (Engl) has written a number of short stories and reminiscences. One of her recent stories was featured in the book World Wars - Memories and Reflections of Boca Grande Families, which was published by the Boca Grande Community Center in Florida. Mary lives in Denver.

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David W. Geyer (ElEngr) has moved to Santa Fe, N.M., from Carlsbad, Calif. He is still working in support of the United States Air Force Mission Assurance Team and performing independent risk assessments on rocket launches of national interest. He enjoys Santa Fe, where he lives just five minutes north of the plaza downtown.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

In February, Irv Bailey (Fren) was elected to Save the Children’s board of trustees. Irv has 40 years of business management experience and currently serves as a senior advisor for Chrysalis Ventures, a private equity and venture capital firm. He and wife Cathy, the former U.S. Ambassador to Latvia, live in Louisville, Ky.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

Sandra Fuchs Stein (Edu) was named Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year for Pueblo, Colo. Sandy will be honored by the Women’s Foundation of Colorado at their annual fundraiser in June. She has been active as president or founder of more than 50 organizations in the community and was previously named to the Pueblo Hall of Fame, among numerous other honors. She and husband Marvin Stein (Bus’62) have two daughters and five grandchildren. The couple resides in Pueblo, Colo.

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Joyce Earickson (Ital; MA’71) has worked as a high school teacher, hospital chaplain and pastoral counselor, and also with autistic and disabled children. Joyce, who was featured in CU’s Arts and Sciences Magazine, has lived in California, Australia, Italy and Guatemala, embracing life as a wanderer.

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In March CU Regent Linda Shoemaker (Jour) was the keynote speaker at the CU Women Succeeding Symposium at CU Colorado Springs. She has spent more than 20 years advocating for public education in Colorado and has worked as a journalist and attorney. Linda is president of the Brett Family Foundation, which invests in organizations working for social justice and advocates for disadvantaged teens. She and husband Steve Brett live in Boulder. The couple has three children and five grandchildren.

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Samuel Paul Cummins (Edu) has now retired from both of his jobs. He simultaneously worked as a plant manager at Akzo Nobel Coatings in Matteson, Ill., for 36 years and for the Tinley Park Illinois Fire Department, where he was assistant chief for 40 years. He achieved the designation of chief fire officer and served for 25 years on the MABAS 24 Hazardous Materials Response Team that responded to all HAZMAT calls in the southern suburbs of Chicago. Samuel writes that he and wife Marcia have retired to Myrtle Beach, S.C., and are enjoying the weather.

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After working for the Chemithon Corporation, an industrial gas supplier in Seattle, Wash., for 38.5 years, Brian W. MacArthur (ChemEngr) retired last August. Following his retirement, he vacationed in Maui.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

For the past seven football seasons, Phil Caragol (Comm), known to many Folsom Field attendees as Buffalo Phil, has run through the stadium on game day with a furry horned buffalo helmet adorned with a mullet and CU beer koozies. It all started after his return to Boulder seven years ago, when, during his first game back in Folsom, Phil watched disheartened students and alumni in the stands and decided he wanted to do something about it. He writes that he’s proud to serve as the Buffs’ positive and friendly 64-year-old superfan and cheerleader. He and wife Susan Blickhahn Caragol (Jour, Psych’75) live in Boulder.

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Susan Chandler (MAnth) has been elected to serve as the president of the Society for American Archaeology from 2017 to 2019. She and husband Alan Reed (Anth’76; MA’78) are retired from Alpine Archaeological Consultants, the cultural resource company they founded in 1987. Two of Alpine’s new owners are also CU alums: son Charles Reed (Anth’05) and Rand Greubel (Anth’84).

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Mark Busby (PhDEngl) published a book of poetry titled Through Our Years: Occasional Poems 1960- 2017. Many of the poems reflect Mark’s years in Boulder.

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Timothy Cooper (MMus) has retired after more than 20 years as a music director and composer on the Las Vegas strip, but he remains a part of the city’s vibrant arts community. He maintains a recording studio and is currently musical director at temples Bet Knesset Bamidbar and P’nai Tikvah. The choir he directs and accompanies at First Christian Church, Las Vegas, has been selected to sing at Carnegie Hall on Nov. 19, 2017.

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Boulder County district attorney Stan Garnett (Hist; Law’82) has decided not to make a second run for Colorado Attorney General. He ran unsuccessfully in 2010. Stan is now in his third term as Boulder’s DA. In March, he and his wife, Brenda, celebrated their 39th anniversary. The couple lives in Boulder.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

At the Lippin Group, a brand communications firm, Pamela Ruben Golum (Comm) has managed notable client accounts, including Dick Wolf and his Law & Order franchise, various projects for the Disney Channel and the Emmy Awards. Previously Pam worked as a journalist with Fairchild Publications and at radio station KBOL in Boulder. She and husband Rob live in Los Angeles, Calif., with their two daughters, Caroline and Jennifer.

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After 16 years as media relations manager for Ball Aerospace, Roz Brown (Mus) has returned to her radio roots as a news producer for Boulder’s KGNU and a member of the station’s board of directors. She proudly watched her youngest daughter, Grey Grimm (Art’16), graduate from CU last year.

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Thomas Walek (Jour) is a senior consultant of strategic public relations at Meyer Capital, a marketing agency in New York. Tom began his career as a financial journalist covering global development at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He is a member of the National Press Club and on the information advisory board for CU Boulder’s College of Media, Communications and Information. The Pennsylvania native grew up in Connecticut and now lives in New York with wife Nobuko and their son, Andrew.

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Dennis Mann (EPOBio) works as an emergency room doctor in Dayton, Ohio. He also teaches in Wright State University’s emergency medicine department.

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John Alsup (Math), professor of math education at Black Hills State University in South Dakota, has received the university’s Distinguished Faculty Award, the highest honor it bestows on faculty. John has taught math to middle, high school and college students. He’s also visited six continents in five years, after being inspired while teaching math in rural Tanzania. 

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Susan Fox-Wolfgramm (Bus) is a professor of management in the college of business at Hawaii Pacific University. The Organization Studies Research Network named one of her 2016 articles winner of the International Award for Excellence. The article, “Towards Strategically Sustaining Business Students’ Careers in a Globalized Workplace: The Importance of Being Responsible and Accountable,” appeared in the International Journal of Knowledge, Culture & Change in Organizations.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

Lawyerist, an online magazine for small-firm lawyers, named the website of criminal defense attorney Patrick Mulligan (PolSci; Law’87) as a top 10 law firm website in the nation. Patrick’s son, CU junior Colin Mulligan (Econ’18), designed the site for the Denver firm, Mulligan Breit.

Posted Jun. 1, 2017

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