Where are they now?
This list, culled from college records, is a sampling of alumni who majored in economics and business.
Warren DePrenger ’55 is president of Matman Wrestling Co., Tacoma, Wash.
Thomas LaMotte ’56, Cleveland, retired from Fairview Hospital nine years ago and is now an executive-in-residence in the graduate program in health care administration at Cleveland State University
Noel Neu ’57 is on the board of directors for CAT Scale Company in Walcott, Iowa.
Terry Gibson ’59 is senior vice president of alumni and college advancement at Cornell College.
Gary Jorgensen ’60 is chairman of the board of VJS Construction Services, Pewaukee, Wis.
William Keck ’60 is president of Parking, Inc., Des Moines, Iowa.
Lee Swanson ’60 is chairman and CEO of State Bank of Cross Plains in Cross Plains, Wis.; director and audit chair, ex-commission and compensation committee of Madison Gas & Electric Company; and director and chair, finance committee, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Jack W. Sunderlage ’61, Salt Lake City, Utah, is president and CEO of Content Watch, Inc. and chairman of the board of the World Trade Center Utah.
Tom Davies ’62, Milwaukee, retired last year from Carpenter Brothers, where he was executive vice president. He still consults with the company.
John Urheim ’62 was vice chairman and CEO, Atrix Laboratories, Fort Collins, Colo., prior to retiring in 1999 following heart surgery.
Robert M. Jones ’63 retired a little over a year ago. The company he started, Mimco, Inc., Troy, Mich., was absorbed by Magna International, Inc. Prior to his retirement, he was vice president, pension investments and administration.
Richard L. Chambers ’65, Chicago, is the managing principal and founder of Hart Capital Management, a registered investment adviser and a division of Arbor Research & Trading, Inc., where he manages the bond portfolios of municipal police and fire pension funds. He also manages investment funds at Brookshire Raw Materials Group.
Jay Pieper ’65 is vice president of corporate development and treasury affairs, Partners HealthCare System, Inc., Boston.
Don A. Aripoli ’67 spent most of 2007, at the request of the president, as the vice president for university advancement, Missouri State University, Springfield, Mo. He is now back in the role he fi lled for 13 years as vice president for student affairs.
Richard J. Glasier ’67, Alton, Ill., retired two years ago as president and CEO for Argosy Gaming Corporation. For many years, he was chief financial officer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. He is a Cornell trustee.
Jim Hunzelman ’67, Fort Worth, Texas, is president of Hunzelman & Co., an actuarial consulting fi rm. He specializes in pension plans for small- to medium-sized companies.
Thomas M. Steinberg ’67 owns T. M. Steinberg & Assoc., a consulting fi rm that assists companies in the hospitality business. He has offices in both Chicago and Naples, Fla., and has published several articles in the Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals journal Bottomline. He also served on the International Board of Directors of the HFTP.
Thomas Brown ’68 is president of Brown Nationalease in Des Moines, Iowa
Doug Shuman ’68, Hoffman Estates, Ill., retired in 2004 from Sears Roebuck & Company, where he was vice president.
Stephen C. Beilke ’69 is an attorney-shareholder with Murphy Desmond S.C., Madison, Wis.
Sydney Smith Hicks ’69 is chief executive officer for SSHICKS Advisors in Plano, Texas.
Blaine Shaum ’69 is vice president, Wells Fargo Bank, Los Angeles, Calif. He is a Cornell trustee.
Gary Dohrn ’70 is president of Dohrn Transfer Company, Rock Island, Ill.
Andrew Applebee ’71, Jacksonville, Ill., is chairman of the Jacksonville Savings Bank.
David Johnson ’71 is an attorney and partner with Johnson and Lane in Knoxville, Iowa.
William Travis Jr. ’73, Minneapolis, is a CPA and partner at McGladrey & Pullen.
Mearl Bergeson ’74 is vice president, senior financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Seattle.
Charles Wallman ’75, Madison, Wis., is general partner for Wellman Investments LP.
Michael K. Carr ’76 is vice president tax and treasury, AAR CORP and Subsidiaries, in Wood Dale, Ill.
David Korslund ’76 is an executive vice president with ABN AMRO Bank NV based in Amsterdam. He is working on the integration of the Western Europe corporate banking portion of ABN AMRO with Royal Bank of Scotland, and he is on the board of directors of ShoreBank Corporation in Chicago.
Samuel Lou ’76, Chicago, is managing director of TransPacifi c Capital Funding, LLC.
Helen Manich ’77 is chief corporate development offi cer for Current to Current Corporation in Burlington, Mass.
Carol Ridder Thompson ’77, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is director, Marion and Resource Centers, for Kirkwood Community College.
Randi Lewis ’78, a Denver attorney, was a managing principal with Buck Consultants, a global human resources consulting firm, for19 years. She took early retirement in 2007 and currently enjoys being a stay-at-home mom for their 10-year-old son. Her former career involved equal parts law and business management.
Mark Robinow ’78 is chief financial officer of the Kona Grill, Phoenix.
Paul Doxsee ’79 is president and chief operating officer of Sentry Life Insurance Company of New York.
Dean Riesen ’79 is the managing partner for Rimrock Capital Partners, LLC, Phoenix.
Kevin Riordan ’79 is audit partner, banking and capital markets for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Chicago.
John Scoville III ’79 owns JSL, SA de CV, a commodities trading company located in San Salvador, El Salvador, from which he handles the exportation of coffee from Central America. He is also a broker for Price Futures Group/ LIT in Chicago.
John Young III ’79 is president of Burd & Fletcher Company, Inc., Kansas City, Mo.
James Dorwaldt ’82, Birmingham, Ala., is senior vice president, managing director of Synovus Securities.
Richard Long ’82 is director of private placements for Principal Global Investors, Des Moines, Iowa.
Thomas O’Kane ’82 is controller for Michael Foods in Lenox, Iowa.
Michael J. Burk ’83 is executive director, strategic development, MBM Corporation, Rocky Mount, N.C.
Peter Avildsen ’84 is executive vice president of ImageSpan Inc. in Sausalito, Calif.
Barry Boyer ’84 is president and CEO for Van Meter Industrial, Inc., in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Curtis Brown ’84, Detroit, is senior vice president, global marketing for Comerica Bank.
Eileen Quigley ’84 is vice president of operations at Merrill Lynch Capital in Chicago.
Yves Saad ’85 has been a volunteer firefighter since 1986 and ex-fire chief since 1998. He is an EMT for North Bergen Emergency Medical Service and lives in Stewartsville, N.J.
Thomas Pate ’86 is U.S. Geographic Services executive director for Accenture Foundation, Inc., Chicago, where he’s responsible for the management of human resources, facilities, and other back office duties.
Peter Stachow ’86, Eagle, Wis., is principal/ co-owner of Liquid Process Equipment, Inc. The company has facilities in Eagle and Little Chute, Wis.
Brett L. Denker ’87, Mt. Prospect, Ill., is senior vice president of Midwest Bank & Trust Company.
Thomas Davies Jr. ’88 is regional vice president of HUB International, Avon, Colo.
David Hanses ’88 is director of major gifts at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry.
Jeffrey A. Miller ’88, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is senior vice president, Heartland Investment Associates.
Gus Pasquale ’88, West Palm Beach, Fla., is executive vice president and co-founder of Element Funding, a residential mortgage lender licensed in Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Diane Sergeant Ramsey ’88 is a commercial banker and part-time credit manager at Wells Fargo Bank, Bloomington, Minn.
Thomas Soseman ’88, an attorney, is a partner at Thiedmann & Edler in Chicago.
Steven Szpytek ’88, Downers Grove, Ill., was executive vice president, chief operations officer, for Encore Credit Corporation prior to the company buyout by Bear Stearns.
Jim Wilmot ’88 is vice president, sales and lending, at Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union, Tucson, Ariz.
Jeffrey Clark ’89, Cedar Falls, Iowa, is a board certified orthopedic surgeon at Cedar Valley Medical Specialists and the team physician at the University of Northern Iowa.
Carter A. White ’91 is senior vice president, head of trading, at AWAS (Ireland) Limited in Dublin, Ireland.
Steven Knier ’91, Milwaukee, is senior vice president/COO of Red Edge Labs, an integrated marketing services agency providing marketing strategy and consulting, optimization of marketing operations, and execution of targeted communication campaigns.
Martin Morris ’93, Chicago, is director, Chicago Equity Partners, where he is one of a team of six quantitative portfolio managers with responsibility for managing around $12 billion in institutional U.S. equities.
Scott Russell ’94 is chief strategy officer and vice president of sales and marketing for Cloverdale Foods Company, Mandan, N.D.
Scott Smiley ’96 is based in Singapore where he is sales coordinator key accounts, Asia/Pacific, for JAS Forwarding Worldwide Asia.
Daniel Timmer ’96, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is director of strategic marketing for GreatAmerica Leasing Corporation.
Miguel Zarate ’96 is senior consultant/vice president of The Marco Consulting Group, Chicago.
Rogene Pendleton Pejanovic ’97 is vice president, product management, for MasterCard Worldwide, Purchase, N.Y.
Erik Murray ’98 is a financial analyst for Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.